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Currently, we are hiring for the following positions:

 

Advancement and Alumni Relations Officer
Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management
Substitute Teachers

 

Advancement and Alumni Relations Officer

Department: Advancement 
Reports to: Dean of Advancement 
Job Summary: The Advancement and Alumni Relations Officer reports to the Dean of Advancement and works with other members of Stuart Hall’s Development Office to implement the advancement plans of the school. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Advancement and Fundraising

  • Work with the Dean of Advancement to establish fundraising goals and to develop an operational plan that will meet goals annually;
  • Work with the Dean of Advancement to identify and cultivate constituents who are capable of making leadership gifts to the Annual Fund and major gifts for other purposes;
  • Plan and implement stewardship program for Annual Fund leadership and major gift donors;
  • Assist in the revision and editing of annual giving documents, acknowledgment letters, surveys, etc. with the Enrollment and Advancement Operations Coordinator;
  • Recruit, educate, and manage all volunteers and staff associated with the Annual Fund, Day of Giving, and related solicitations;
  • Plan, coordinate, and design all direct mail pieces for Annual Fund prospects;
  • Maintain a portfolio of donors and volunteers moving them through the pipeline of cultivation, engagement, solicitation, and stewardship;
  • Establish a reunion giving program; set goals for giving and participation for each class, in coordination with the Dean of Advancement, and oversee reunion giving programs for assigned reunion classes;
  • Create and manage a community culture of philanthropy including the Senior Gift Program, Parent Giving, and Faculty/Staff Support;
  • Participate in all Advancement Office meetings and assist other members in the office as needed for special events and project deadlines.

Alumnae/i Relations

  • Serve as staff liaison to the Alumnae/i Council, assist with committee management, meeting logistics, etc.;
  • Identify, educate, and cultivate key alumnae/i about events, volunteer opportunities, and financial support on behalf of the school;
  • Manage volunteers associated with all alumnae/i events and assist them by encouraging attendance, marketing, and staffing the event;
  • Initiate, set priorities, and assist with the coordination of all Alumnae/i Office communications, activities, and special events (e.g. Alumnae/I and Reunion Weekend, regional receptions, and other strategic alumnae/i events, etc.);
  • Draft and edit correspondence with alumnae/i volunteers and donors and promptly respond to alumnae/i who contact the school via phone and email.

Communications

  • Oversee and provide content for online and electronic alumnae/i communications via the school website, Alumnae/i Portal, event registration forms, surveys, and social media sites;
  • Assist with the planning and production of the Annual Report;
  • Manage alumnae/i social networking sites (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn);
  • Oversee the collection of milestones and class notes from the class correspondence for communications;
  • Relay all pertinent news (jobs, marriages, births, illnesses, deaths) about members of the school community to the Dean of Advancement and any other appropriate individuals in a timely manner.

General 

  • Participating in school-keeping responsibilities, such as serving as an administrator on duty, as assigned.
  • Attending all major school events, and connecting with students, faculty, and staff in small and large groups to understand school life and be able to discuss it with constituents.
  • Candidates who are interested in living on campus and being part of the School’s residential life program will receive strong consideration.
     

Position Requirements
You Must Have Everything On This List

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum of three years of experience in development, constituent relations, or advancement
  • Experience with face to face cultivation of donors and solicitation of gifts
  • Experience in managing multiple tasks or projects under deadlines
  • Strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

Additional Background and Experience
If you have any of the following skills or experiences, you are encouraged to highlight them in your application materials, but please know an absence of any of these will not negatively affect your candidacy

  • Previous experience working in development in an independent school setting
  • Experience using Raiser’s Edge or another advancement database
  • Demonstrated experience taking initiative and working independently
  • Demonstrated experience designing, implementing, and managing a program or initiative that involved leading others (this experience does not have to be advancement-related)
  • Critical listening skills
  • Experience or interest in developing an international alumnae/i and family engagement and donor program
  • Interest and enthusiasm for working with people and advancing the mission of an organization
  • An interest in being involved in other areas of school life, such as coaching, chaperoning weekend activities, or working with student groups

How to Apply

Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to the attention of Katy Datz, Dean of Advancement, at humanresources@stuart-hall.org. All applications will be confidential. References will not be checked without first notifying the candidate.

 

Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management

Department: Enrollment Management
Reports to: Dean of Enrollment Management
Job Summary: The Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management reports to the Dean of Enrollment Management and works with other members of Stuart Hall’s enrollment management team to implement the enrollment management plans of the school.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Implementing the school’s comprehensive vision and plan for recruiting, enrolling, and retaining students in partnership with the Dean of Enrollment Management.
  • Developing new programs and initiatives to attract and retain qualified and mission-appropriate students, including expanding into new markets and increasing presence in existing markets.
  • Representing the school locally, regionally, and internationally to pursue enrollment goals through attendance at school fairs, visiting individual schools, and meeting educational consultants and placement foundation representatives. Travel on behalf of the school may also include meetings and events with alumni and friends of the school.
  • Building relationships with prospective and current students and families, including regular communication and follow-up throughout the enrollment and re-enrollment process.
  • Guiding families through the application process, including campus visits, interviews, and submission of supporting materials.
  • Leading an area of the enrollment management office, such as open houses, student ambassadors, or financial aid.
  • Developing meaningful ways for students, faculty, and staff to interact with prospective and current families in support of enrollment and retention goals.
  • Planning and implementing on- and off-campus events to support recruitment and retention efforts. 
  • Living on campus in school-provided housing and participating in the school’s residential life program through evening and weekend involvement. 
  • Participating in school-keeping responsibilities as assigned.
  • Contributing to school life in other ways, such as coaching or advising student clubs, depending on school needs and the Assistant Dean’s skills and interests.
  • Attending all major school events, and connecting with students, faculty, and staff in small and large groups to understand school life and be able to discuss it with constituents.

Position Requirements
You Must Have Everything On This List

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum of two years of experience in admissions and enrollment management
  • Experience with recruiting and retention efforts including in-person events, virtual events, phone calls, and emails 
  • Experience recruiting and enrolling boarding students
  • Experience managing multiple tasks or projects under deadlines
  • Demonstrated cultural competency and a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

Additional Background and Experience
If you have any of the following skills or experiences, you are encouraged to highlight them in your application materials, but please know an absence of any of these will not negatively affect your candidacy

  • Previous experience working in admissions in a small boarding school
  • Demonstrated experience taking initiative and working independently
  • Demonstrated experience designing, implementing, and managing a program or initiative that involved leading others (this experience does not have to be enrollment-related)
  • Critical listening skills
  • Interest and enthusiasm for working with people and advancing the mission of an organization
  • Experience managing others
  • Experience clarifying and marketing a school’s brand, including through social media platforms, that resulted in increased engagement
  • An interest in being involved in other areas of school life, such as coaching, chaperoning weekend activities, or working with student groups

How to Apply
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to the attention of Tanya Farrell, Dean of Enrollment Management, at humanresources@stuart-hall.org. All applications will be confidential. References will not be checked without first notifying the candidate.
 

Substitute Teachers

Department: Academics
Reports to:  Academic Dean 
Job Summary: Stuart Hall School seeks Substitute Teachers for grades 6-12 who understand the demands of the classroom teacher and will work closely with the Academic Dean to assist with the execution of the School’s Mission and approach to educating children. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Substitute teachers are responsible for planning and carrying out every aspect of the daily schedule, provide instruction, encouraging student progress, and managing the learning environment in the absence of the teacher.  

Position Requirements

  • Implement lesson plans prepared by the regular teacher in a manner that ensures the integrity of academic time and motivates students to learn and participate
  • Follow procedures and achieve lesson goals
  • Assign and explain tasks and homework to students in accordance with the lesson plans
  • Oversee students outside of the classroom including in the hallways, dining hall and recess
  • Address the various learning styles of students 
  • Maintain a safe and organized classroom and hallway 
  • Demonstrate professional practices in teaching
  • Support the school’s mission and culture 
  • Adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Manual
  • For long-term assignments, substitute teachers may be required to develop lesson plans; create, administer, and grade tests/assignments; participate in parent-teacher conferences; and attend school related functions. Activities may occur outside of normal school hours

Classroom Management

  • Maintain classroom control that fosters a safe, positive environment for all students 
  • Provide supervision of students and the classroom environment that ensures the health, welfare, and safety of all students
  • Remain in classroom and monitor students during classroom time; supervise students in out-of-class settings (e.g., assemblies, dining room, recess) 
  • Take all reasonable precautions to protest equipment, materials, and school property
  • Report student injuries, accidents, illnesses, and discipline problems to the Academic Dean or Dean of Students 

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Collaborative professional
  • Passionate educator

Application Information
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to the attention of Katie Martin at humanresources@stuart-hall.org.
 

Stuart Hall welcomes candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in their teaching and learning and who will add to the diversity of our community.

Stuart Hall does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its hiring practices. The School is committed to providing an inclusive educational environment. We actively engage students, families, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our school community respects the differences in ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status.