Auxiliary Programs Coordinator
  • Auxiliary Programs

Belmont Hill School, Belmont, MA

Accredited by NEASC

Apply here by sending a cover letter and resume via email with the subject line “Auxiliary Programs Coordinator” to Jay Bounty, CFO and Director of Operations.

Belmont Hill School is seeking an Auxiliary Programs Coordinator to help oversee and support all of the School’s non-tuition, revenue-generating programs. The Auxiliary Programs Coordinator will administer Belmont Hill’s summer school and sport camps offerings, manage the on-line textbook program, provide administrative support for facilities rentals, and process all gifts from the Development Office. This is a year-round, full-time position that will report to the Controller.

Qualified candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree and should have three to five years of administrative leadership experience preferably in a non-profit setting.  He/she must have excellent written and oral communication skills together with exceptional organizational skills.  The ideal candidate will have some familiarity with marketing and an enthusiasm for supporting a variety of programs.  

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email with the subject line “Auxiliary Programs Coordinator” to Jay Bounty, CFO and Director of Operations at Salary commensurate with experience. Non-smoking campus. EOE 

Belmont Hill School is a non-denominational school for boys in grades 7-12 situated on 29 acres in Belmont, MA, a suburb 20 minutes northwest of Boston. Primarily a day school, Belmont Hill also maintains a five-day boarding program for approximately 30 students in order to serve students from a broader geographic region. The School seeks to build a diverse and inclusive community of teachers and students as it pursues its timeless mission of “developing young men of character.” A faculty of 65 men and women work together to offer the 440-member student body a challenging, college preparatory curriculum grounded in the School’s deep commitment to character education and relational learning. Beyond a strong history of athletic competition as a key component of character education, Belmont Hill is also proud of its burgeoning programs in the fine arts, music, and theater. The School’s deep sense of community is evidenced by its passionate alumni body and cherished traditions including weekly chapel gatherings, sit-down family style lunches, and a daily pause for milk and cookies. A founding member of the International Boys’ School Coalition, Belmont Hill is a worldwide leader in boys’ education. Having welcomed a new Head of School in 2018 as the School looks towards its centennial in 2023, it is an exciting time to join Belmont Hill as the School seeks to embrace both its time-honored traditions with a broad commitment to innovative thinking and teaching. For more information about our school, please look at our website at