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Nashoba Brooks School seeks candidates for the 12-month, full-time position of Director of Development. The director of development reports to the head of school and is responsible for the overall vision, leadership, strategic orientation, and results for the development team, The director of development is responsible for providing leadership and day-to-day management of the development team, budget, existing projects, and new initiatives, including annual giving, major gifts, campaigns, estate planning, donor cultivation, and stewardship.  

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Lexington Christian Academy is accepting applications for a Bible position for the upcoming 2018-2019 academic school year that will include teaching upper school Bible and theology courses. This position may also include coordinating school chapels. Candidates for LCA teaching positions should be:

·         Experts in their academic field

·         Excited about teaching teenagers

·         Happy and positive in their dealings with others

·         Good listeners who desire to help students solve problems

·         Respected and trusted by students and parents

·         Known for setting high standards and coaching students to success

·         Interested in joining a professional learning community that seeks excellence as a team

·         In addition, all teachers are expected to coach or mentor a significant co-curricular activity.

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August Scholars is a three-week, tuition-free, academic summer program for children from lower-income families in Boston who need summertime academic support to avoid serious learning loss. 

The program dates are Monday, July 9th to Friday, August 3rd (includes a training week) and is hosted at The Learning Project Elementary School in Back Bay.  See link below for more information.


We are looking for experienced teachers as well as high school and college students who have experience working with children to join our staff.  If you are interested, please email your cover letter and resume to Lane Dussault at ldussault@learningproject.org.

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Nashoba Brooks School seeks candidates for the full-time, 11-month position of Library and Transliteracy Integration Specialist for the 2018-2019 academic year. A Nashoba Brooks School employee models the mission of the School and creates student-centered, mission-driven learning environments for students. Reporting to the director of educational technology and innovation, the successful candidate will work closely and collaboratively with all members of the IS team to model creative problem solving, critical thinking, and flexibility necessary for success in our diverse and changing world. The primary function of this role is to support Nashoba Brooks’ vision for dynamic transliteracy integration throughout the School. Nashoba Brooks is committed to using innovative instruction, including mobile technology and design thinking theory, to equip our students with the tools, resources, and skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century. 

Nashoba Brooks School seeks candidates for the 12-month, full-time position of Director of Alumni and Community Engagement beginning July 1, 2018. The director of alumni and community engagement is responsible for alumni relations and working with the Parents’ Association and parent volunteers. Through a variety of programming, events, volunteer opportunities, and communications, the director of alumni and community engagement will work to deepen alumni and community connections. The director of alumni and community engagement is a member of the advancement team. During the first year, the director of alumni and community engagement will work directly with the head of school to develop a comprehensive alumni engagement program.

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Gordon School is seeking a Learning Support Coordinator who is responsible for developing and implementing the academic support systems for students in fifth through eighth grades who have diagnosed learning differences, and supporting fourth grade teachers who have students with learning differences. Has direct responsibility for teaching several sections of academic support in the Middle School.

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Lesley Ellis School seeks a full time Science/Math/Engineering & Homeroom Teacher for the 2017-18 school year. Responsibilities include teaching science to cohorts of both upper elementary (grade 3 & 4 students) and lower middle school (grade 5 & 6 students), leading 5th grade math groups, implementing STEAM activities for 5th and 6th graders, and running a fifth and sixth grade homeroom. Candidates may also be asked to offer additional academic support to small groups of students in grades 5 - 8.

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The Roxbury Latin School is seeking a highly skilled and creative design professional as its new Director of Digital and Graphic Design. This individual will report to the Director of External Relations and will work on a wide variety of print- and web-based projects, extending the brand of the School and advancing its mission. He or she will be responsible for helping to identify distinctive features of the School and to communicate the “RL story,” articulating the School’s program and vision—with an in-depth understanding of its mission and traditions—through a robust, multimedia design approach, engaging both external and internal constituencies through print and web.

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The Director of the Fay Fund will join a collaborative team of advancement professionals to lead, manage, and grow the School’s annual giving program, which raised over $1.7 million during the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Currently, a significant portion of the Fay Fund is composed of contributions from parents and alumni; the Director of the Fay Fund will develop and implement outreach programs focused on increasing participation and giving among all of the School’s constituencies.  

This role requires some local travel and attendance at evening events. This is a full-time, 12-month position that is eligible for benefits. Campus housing may be available. The Director of the Fay Fund reports to the Director of Development.

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The Dean of Residential Life works closely with the Head of Upper School to implement the philosophy and goals of the School’s Residential Life Program for boarding students in grades seven through nine. The Dean is responsible for the daily needs of the program to help boarding students develop independent learning and living skills. Candidates are expected to live in campus housing. This is a full-time, school-year position, and is eligible for benefits.

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The Assistant Director of Admission is a member of a collaborative team of professionals who implement the School’s plan to enroll a diverse group of well-matched students each year. The Assistant Director presents the School and its program to prospective families, recruiting day students in grades Kindergarten to grade nine and domestic and international boarding students in grades seven through nine. This is a full-time, 12-month position that is eligible for benefits. The position requires attendance at evening and weekend programs and requires domestic and international travel. Campus housing may be available. The Assistant Director of Admission reports to the Director of Admission.

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Newton Montessori School is seeking a dynamic, experienced middle school teacher who is excited by the opportunity to launch an innovative new program for Grades 7-8. NMS is an independent school with a current enrollment of 226 in toddler through Grade 6 programs.

You will be the primary teacher for a mixed age Grade 7-8 classroom, working with part-time specialists. Initial cohort will be quite small; we are looking for an educational leader who can help us grow enrollment by inspiring students, establishing credibility with parents, and helping to build off-campus partnerships that will provide new learning opportunities for students. In addition to a genuine love of working with middle school students, this position requires grades 7-8 teaching experience; deep knowledge of child development (ages 11-15); ability to collaborate in designing engaging and developmentally appropriate curriculum; and strong writing, public speaking, and technology skills. Experience in or knowledge of Responsive Classroom, Understanding by Design, executive function skills, interdisciplinary teaching and project based learning are key assets. Willingness to pursue Montessori certification for this age group required. 

Apply online. Resume and cover letter required. No phone calls, please.

Phillips Academy seeks applications from individuals interested in an adjunct instructor position in the Russian Department for the spring trimester of school year 2017-18 (March 20 – June 6).  Specific responsibilities may vary, but most likely will involve teaching two or three sections of Russian.  Bachelor’s degree required.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should submit electronically a cover letter, résumé, and two letters of reference (a single pdf is preferred) to Patrick Farrell, Dean of Faculty, at the following address: pafac@andover.edu.  Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.


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The Rashi School seeks a Chair of Hebrew Language to lead a department of nine Hebrew teachers. At Rashi, we teach modern Hebrew from kindergarten through 8th grade. The goal of our Hebrew language instruction is to support the joy of learning Hebrew, to promote students’ comfort with and proficiency in spoken and written Hebrew, and to deepen students’ connection with the culture and people of Israel.

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Nashoba Brooks School seeks candidates for the full-time, 10 month position of Learning Specialist and Director of Academic Support for Lower School. This position will support the School in meeting the learning needs of students in Preschool through Grade 3. Primary responsibilities will include conducting observations of students, preliminary on-site evaluations, referrals for more extensive evaluations, interpretation of evaluation reports, development of learning plans, oversight of learning plan implementation, support for teaching employees, and teaching 1-2 reading/language arts groups as needed.

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Concord Academy’s History Department exposes students to the diversity of the human experience across six continents and from the ancient world to the present, and fosters strong skills in reading, writing, research, and analysis. The successful candidate will have an undergraduate degree in history, or a related social science discipline with strong coursework in history.  A master’s degree is preferred, but not required. Primary 2018-19 responsibilities will include teaching three sections each term of courses which blend the candidate’s expertise with the needs of the curriculum.  Concord Academy is particularly interested in candidates who can complement and expand upon the department’s current offerings.

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Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks a dynamic and creative Director of Artistic Studies to further advance and collectively lead and expand all aspects of the school’s robust arts programs. This is a full-time, 12-month position for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Founded in 1893 and for over four decades, Walnut Hill School for the Arts has been a leader in the education and training of the next generation of artists and the school is searching for a collaborative visionary to continue that tradition.

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