Career Opportunities

Come and work at the highest ranked private school in the State of Iowa and the Quad Cities area. Rivermont is a unique learning community guided by the core values of Intellect, Character, and Creativity. Our students come from throughout the greater Quad Cities to explore unique opportunities, programs, experiences, and challenging curriculum in a supportive, family-like atmosphere. Our students are free-thinking individuals who design their own Rivermont Experience. Rivermont is a remarkable place to work and go to school!

Rivermont Collegiate is an independent, nondenominational, college preparatory day school for preschool through twelfth grade students.

Rivermont Collegiate does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, age, gender, or national origin. Rivermont Collegiate is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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We're Growing!

Rivermont Collegiate is looking for good people to join our team. Opportunities exist for support staff, teachers, substitutes, and classroom aides.

Please email your résumé to or mail it to:

Rivermont Collegiate
1821 Sunset Drive
Bettendorf, IA 52722
Attn: Beth Heaney

Visit us at the MBAEA Teacher Job Fair
Tuesday, April 18th, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Mississippi Bend AEA, 729 21st Street in Bettendorf

School Care Aide - Monday - Friday, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Rivermont Collegiate, an independent, nondenominational, college preparatory day school for preschool through twelfth grade students, seeks an aide for its afternoon and daycare programs. Hours are Monday-Friday 3:00-6:00 p.m. Rivermont Collegiate follows a traditional school calendar.

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Substitute Teachers - Ongoing

Rivermont is currently accepting applications for substitute teachers in all grade levels. Rivermont offers challenging curriculum, small class sizes, and motivated students – all in a warm, supportive atmosphere. In addition, substitutes at Rivermont enjoy a flexible schedule, competitive pay, and a weekly pay schedule. Qualified applicants should possess a Bachelor’s degree in addition to a passion for working with children, exceptional interpersonal skills, an energetic personality, and a positive attitude. First Aid, Mandatory Reporter, and/or Bloodborne Pathogen training is preferred and applicants must pass a background check.

Interested candidates should contact Nikki Hildebrand, Early/Lower School Director, at or 563-359-1366 ext. 307. or Monica Weeks, Middle/Upper School Director, at or 563-359-1366 ext. 355.

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