|Brooks School provides a co-educational, college preparatory program for roughly 380 students on a 251-acre campus overlooking Lake Cochichewick. |
Small classes allow students to work closely with teachers, fostering a relationship that is at the core of the warm, close-knit community. With a challenging academic curriculum that includes 17 advanced placement courses, Brooks also offers opportunities to study abroad in Africa, Europe and South America. A unique summer science program places fifth-formers in labs at Massachusetts General Hospital and Tufts Medical Center, as well as in the wilds of Tanzania and on the coast of Canada in Labrador. On the stage and in the gallery, visual and performing arts are an integral part of school life, while on the athletic fields, numerous teams have won New England or league championships in recent years.
The average faculty tenure of approximately 10 years reflects an atmosphere and culture that recognizes the importance of exceptional teachers. Brooks is a great place to work.
|Nondiscrimination Policy |
Brooks School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, sexual orientation, disability or religion in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, employment policies, financial aid and loan programs, athletic programs and other school administered programs and activities.
|Assistant Crew Coach|
Title: Assistant Crew Coach
Supervisor: Director of Athletics/Director of Rowing Operations
Start Date: April 2016
The Assistant Coach for Crew is responsible for assisting the Director of Rowing Operations/Head Crew Coach in all aspects of the Crew program and Boathouse Supervision. This includes coaching and mentoring athletes, the operation of the Boathouse, security of all equipment, supervising daily operations, maintenance of equipment, planning and arranging for travel for athletes and equipment, supervising storage, care, and inventory of all equipment and supplies.
- Assume responsibility for coaching with in the school’s crew program
- Design and implement training sessions aimed at improving confidence and technique in required areas.
- Assist the Director of Rowing with the administration of trips and races
- Accompany the students to rowing events throughout the season including any overnight stays.
- Act as a point of contact for any student or parent queries and escalate these to the Director of Rowing as appropriate
- Encourage and motivate students both individually and as a team.
- Attend to First Aid requirements, escalating any problems as necessary to Director of Rowing and the certified athletic trainers.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE:
- Prefer previous experience coaching at the high school or college level and/or a successful background in competitive rowing.
- Possess and maintain a coaching philosophy that is in accordance with the mission of Brooks School;
- A strong commitment to the student-athlete concept;
- Effective leadership and coaching;
- Good communication skills with players, parents, and the athletic department;
- A valid driver’s license (so that you can drive your team to away games, if possible).
If interested, please send resume to Lori Charpentier, Director of Athletics at: email@example.com or call 978-725-6210.
|Dining Services Generalist|
Position Title: Dining Services Generalist
Employment Category: Staff
Reports to: Director of Dining Services
Schedule (hours and weeks): Three available shifts. Total hours between 20-26. Nights and weekends a must
Benefits Eligible: Part time/No benefits
Prepared by: Mike Manos
Date: September 14, 2015
Under the supervision of the chef and food service director, the Dining Services Generalist performs duties necessary to prepare, serve, and clean up assigned meals and to set up and run the Snack Bar as assigned.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND KEY OBJECTIVES
- Help make and serve sandwiches on the deli line at lunch time.
- Prep the wok bar and the salad bar; cut vegetables and perform meal preparation tasks assigned by the chef
- Help set up and serve dinner
- Clean up after dinner
- Serve meals using proper sanitary skills.
- Clean –up of server and kitchen as needed; always check with chef on duty to ensure total clean-up of facility.
- Maintain appropriate safety and work habits including:
- Maintains an acceptable attendance record and be able to work some overtime, weekends, and holidays during school functions
- Maintains a functional awareness of the typical hazards of work place, as well as, OSHA regulations pertaining to work safety.
- Promptly reports accidents on the job, preparing and submitting accident report forms to the food service director.
- Be familiar and follow the regulations in “ The Brooks School Staff Handbook” with the concerns to “personal responsibility”
- Follow all ServSafe procedures
High School Graduate
Some experience in school or industrial quantity feeding experience working independently, showing creativity and initiative
3. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Maintain a positive and cooperative working relationship with members of the department and the campus community.
- Effectively communicate orally and in writing.
- Effectively performs in a service environment.
- Light to moderate lifting ( not more than 25 pounds )
- Ability to walk on cement floors for extended times.