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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.

Available Positions

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  • Administrative Assistant to the Health and Wellness Center

    
    Employment Category:  Full Time 
    Permanent/Temporary:  Permanent
    Reports to:  Director of the Health and Wellness Center 
    Exempt/Non-exempt:  Non-exempt 
    Schedule (hours and weeks):  Academic year, 8 hours per day, Monday thru Friday 10:00AM-6:00 pm, with some flexibility preferred 
    Benefits Eligible:  Yes 
    Date:  March 2017

    SUMMARY DESCRIPTION
    The Administrative Assistant will manage phone and electronic communications; set up student appointments on and off campus; manage files, interface with the pharmacy to obtain prescriptions, gather and record required student information, obtain necessary authorizations, and assist with general office management and housekeeping duties as needed.

    The Assistant is expected to be able to follow prescribed policies and procedures, and work independently with a minimum of supervision.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND KEY OBJECTIVES
    • Manage phone and electronic communications in a discreet and confidential way answering questions and resolving or referring calls to the appropriate parties promptly and efficiently
    • Arrange student appointments with health care providers on and off campus; arrange for transportation if necessary
    • Manage electronic and paper student health records
    • Communicate with student health insurance providers regarding coverage
    • Assist with finding coverage for open nurse shifts
    • Process requisitions and invoices according to procedures established by the Business Office
    • Maintain department supplies, inventory and equipment
    • Take initiative to identify and perform other duties to help the Health Center run as smoothly as possible including, but not limited to obtaining meals for students, running errands, making beds, or driving students to medical appointments
    QUALIFICATIONS
    Experience
    • Experience working in the health care field is desirable
    • Microsoft Office data base expertise required
      • 2 years of relevant experience preferred. Experience in another healthcare environment helpful, but not required.
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and collaboration skills
    • Comfort working with adolescents and their families
    • Energetic and well-organized initiative-taker
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a constantly changing set of demands
    • Ability to perform the work with attention to and respect of the need for confidentiality
      • Current driver’s license
      • Successful completion of a criminal background investigation check
     
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    • Ability to lift 40 pounds
    • Ability to bend and twist to make beds
    • Ability to sit for 3 hours at a time at a computer
    • Ability to drive a car with a passenger in the back seat 
     
    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • Assistant Crew Coach

    Title: Assistant Crew Coach
     
    Supervisor: Director of Athletics/Director of Rowing
     
    Start Date: March 2017
     
    POSITION SUMMARY:
     
    The Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting the Director of Rowing and Head Coach (girls or boys) in all aspects of the rowing program. This includes developing and mentoring athletes on and off the water, 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.   Coach will have direct daily interaction and primary supervision of up to two coxed fours.  

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Assume responsibility for safely and effectively coaching Brooks School crews on Lake Cochichewick Monday through Saturday from late March to late May. Practices are typically in the late afternoon.
    • Communicate and collaborate daily with other coaches on topics of technique, training plans and dynamic boat lineups throughout the season
    • Encourage and motivate students individually, as a boat and as members of the Brooks Crew
    • Assist the Director of Rowing with the administration of practices, regattas and trips, including attending rowing events throughout the season
    • Attend to First Aid requirements, escalating any problems as necessary
    • Possess and maintain a coaching philosophy that is in accordance with the mission of Brooks School
    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE:
    • A positive outlook with enthusiasm for the sport of rowing
    • A college degree with relevant experience coaching at the high school or college level and/or a successful personal background in competitive rowing
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with secondary school students
    • Experience (or readiness to learn) in operating launches with outboard engines
    • A strong commitment to the student-athlete concept
    • Strong technical understanding of the rowing stroke
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills
    • A valid driver’s license and ability (or readiness to learn) to haul a boat trailer
    • Pass background check and other references, as needed
    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org 
  • Chinese Teacher

    Brooks School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative Chinese Teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate should be able to teach language, literature, and culture, and have native or near-native fluency in Mandarin. This part-time faculty position will include teaching two sections of Chinese.

    COMPETENCIES
    • Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching from a full immersion approach that includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, and culture
    • Ability to use technology as a vehicle for learning gains
    • Apply engaging and innovative student centered teaching practices
    • Work collaboratively with the members of the department
    • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
    • Committed to school-wide initiatives, campus involvement, and the lives of our students outside of the classroom
    • A sense of humor and patience and empathy for adolescents
    • Excellent communication skills
    RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Teaching two sections of Chinese, which may include introductory and advanced classes
    • Advising 4-6 students
    QUALIFICATIONS
    • Innovative teaching practices and a focus on skills-centered learning
    • Interest and practice of using technology for instruction
    • Native or near native fluency in Chinese
    • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the department to enhance our curriculum
    • Bachelor's degree required in Chinese education, literature and/or culture; Master's degree preferred
    • Minimum of 1-3 years of teaching experience in a 9-12 world language program (or applicable practicum experience)
    • Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents
    • Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
    • Strong writing skills
    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • French Teacher

    Brooks School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative French Teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate should be able to teach all levels of French language. This full-time faculty position will include teaching four sections and contributing to the campus community by coaching or the equivalent, supporting the residential life program, and being an advisor.

    COMPETENCIES
    • Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching from a full immersion approach that includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, and culture
    • Ability to use technology as a vehicle for learning gains
    • Apply engaging and innovative student centered teaching practices
    • Work collaboratively with the members of the department
    • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
    • Committed to school-wide initiatives, campus involvement, and the lives of our students outside of the classroom
    • A sense of humor and patience and empathy for adolescents
    • Excellent communication skills
    RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Teaching four sections of French, which may include introductory, advanced, and AP.
    • Advising four-six students
    • Serve as dorm parent with related duties
    • Coach or the equivalent of two seasons in the afternoon program
    QUALIFICATIONS
    • Innovative teaching practices and a focus on skills-centered learning
    • Interest and practice of using technology for instruction
    • Native or near native fluency in French
    • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the department to enhance our curriculum
    • Bachelor's degree required in French education, literature and/or culture; Master's degree preferred
    • Minimum of 1-3 years of teaching experience in a 9-12 world language program (or applicable practicum experience)
    • Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents
    • Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
    • Strong writing skills
    Physical Demands: 
    • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
    • The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance and stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • History Teacher

    Brooks School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative History Teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate will have flexibility and willingness to teach in all levels of the History program. This full-time faculty position will include teaching four sections and contributing to the campus community by coaching or the equivalent, supporting the residential life program and being an advisor.

    The successful candidate will
    • Have the ability to use technology as a vehicle to enhance instruction and student learning.
    • Apply engaging and innovative student centered teaching practices that adjusts to meet varying student needs
    • Possess a growth mindset in considering current pedagogical best practices and an understanding of adolescent development
    • Implement best learning practices and keep updated with developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods by engaging in conferences and other professional growth opportunities.
    • Work collaboratively with the members of the department to develop courses that are consistent and coordinated across the four-year History curriculum.
    • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
    • Committed to school-wide initiatives, campus involvement, and the lives of our students outside of the classroom
    • A sense of humor with patience and empathy for adolescents
    • Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues, and parents regarding student progress and achievement.
    Responsibilities:
    • Teaching four sections of History, which may include introductory and advanced History classes
    • Advising 4-6 students
    • Serve as dorm parent with related duties
    • Coach or the equivalent of two seasons in the afternoon program
    Qualifications:
    • Innovative teaching practices that balance the development of procedural skills, conceptual understanding of ideas, appropriate use of technology, and opportunities for critical thinking and problem solving.
    • Knowledge of relevant technology to improve instruction and student achievement
    • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the department
    • Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree preferred
    • 3+ years teaching preferred
    • Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
    Physical Demands: 
    • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
    • The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance and stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • Learning Specialist

    Brooks School seeks a supportive, organized, and encouraging Learning Specialist for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate will work with students, both directly and indirectly, to provide academic and emotional support. This full-time faculty position will include supporting students who are falling behind or struggling academically, contributing to the campus community by working with students in evening study hours and being an advisor.

    Position requirements:
    • Reading and interpreting outside academic testing done on students and sharing this information with teachers and advisors;
    • Working with faculty, parents, and outside evaluators to identify strategies and teaching techniques that best help address the needs of identified students;
    • Helping teachers adopt successful teaching strategies for all students;
    • Serving as the liaison between the school and family on issues relating to a student's learning differences;
    • Counseling parents, faculty, and administration on the accommodations Brooks School can and cannot make for an individual student;
    • Assisting in the identification of students with learning differences;
    • Maintaining accurate records of students with educational evaluations on file and those who are granted accommodations;
    • Working one-on-one with students who are struggling academically;
    • Working closely with the learning center team;
    • Working with teachers, advisors and families to create support plans for students with learning differences and those who are struggling academically; and
    • Serving as liaison between school and outside testing organizations related to requests for special accommodations for standardized tests based on documented learning differences.
    This is a ten-month, full-time position reporting to the Director of the Learning Center.  
    Brooks School seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices.
     
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Education/Special Education
    • Master’s Degree preferred
    • 4-5 years’ experience in student support work
    • Experience with reading neuropsychological reports and creating individual student learning profiles.
    Physical Demands:
    • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
    • The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance and stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • Medical Assistant to the Health and Wellness Center

    Employment Category:  Full Time 
    Permanent/Temporary:  Permanent
    Reports to:  Director of the Health and Wellness Center 
    Exempt/Non-exempt:  Non-exempt 
    Schedule (hours and weeks):  Academic year, 8 hours per day, Monday thru Friday 10:00AM-6:00 pm, with some flexibility preferred 
    Benefits Eligible:  Yes 
    Date:  March 2017
     
    SUMMARY DESCRIPTION
    The Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible for assisting the nursing staff and students by providing information, services, and support. In this highly versatile role, the MA will be responsible for measuring vital signs, performing lab tests, securing medical records; maintaining medical supplies inventory; performing preventive maintenance to keep equipment operating. Additionally, the MA also will be responsible for greeting students, tracking student attendance, and scheduling appointments.

    This is an integral position for the Brooks Health and Wellness Center. The MA’s primary responsibility is to ensure that everything is working smoothly. In this role, you’ll communicate with doctors, nurses, students, parents, insurance representatives and pharmacists.

    The MA is expected to be able to follow prescribed policies and procedures, and work independently with a minimum of supervision.
     
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND KEY OBJECTIVES
    Medical Responsibilities
    • Verifies student information by interviewing student; recording medical history; confirming purpose of visit.
    • Prepares students for examination by performing preliminary physical tests; taking blood pressure, weight, and temperature; reporting patient history summary.
    • Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by establishing and following standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
    Administrative Responsibilities
    • Manage phone and electronic communications in a discreet and confidential way answering questions and resolving or referring calls to the appropriate parties promptly and efficiently
    • Arrange student appointments with health care providers on and off campus; arrange for transportation if necessary
    • Manage electronic and paper student health records
    • Communicate with student health insurance providers regarding coverage
    • Assist with finding coverage for open nurse shifts
    • Process requisitions and invoices according to procedures established by the Business Office
    • Maintain department supplies, inventory and equipment
    • Take initiative to identify and perform other duties to help the Health Center run as smoothly as possible including, but not limited to obtaining meals for students, running errands, making beds, or driving students to medical appointments
    QUALIFICATIONS
    Experience
    • Experience working in the health care field is desirable
    • Microsoft Office data base expertise required
      • 2 years of relevant experience preferred. Experience in another healthcare environment helpful, but not required.
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and collaboration skills
    • Comfort working with adolescents and their families
    • Energetic and well-organized initiative-taker
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a constantly changing set of demands
    • Ability to perform the work with attention to and respect of the need for confidentiality
      • Current driver’s license
      • Successful completion of a criminal background investigation check 
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    • Ability to lift 40 pounds
    • Ability to bend and twist to make beds
    • Ability to sit for 3 hours at a time at a computer
    • Ability to drive a car with a passenger in the back seat 
     
    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • Science Teacher

    Brooks School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative Science Teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate will have flexibility and willingness to teach in all levels of the Science program, with a specialized focus in Chemistry. This full-time faculty position will include teaching four sections of science and contributing to the campus community by coaching or the equivalent, supporting the residential life program and being an advisor.

    The successful candidate will
    • Demonstrate passion and expertise in the teaching of Science with a specific proficiency in chemistry.
    • Teach skills, knowledge, and scientific attitudes through courses in general science, biology, chemistry, and physics.
    • Combine critical thinking, reading, writing, and research in the curriculum and in instruction.
    • Be well versed in multiple areas of science and science education.
    • Be confident in the use of technology in the classroom to engage learners.
    • Apply engaging and innovative student centered teaching practices that adjusts to meet varying student needs
    • Possess a growth mindset in considering current pedagogical best practices and an understanding of adolescent development
    • Implement best learning practices and keep updated with developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods by engaging in conferences and other professional growth opportunities.
    • Work collaboratively with the members of the department to develop courses that are consistent and coordinated across the science curriculum.
    • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
    • Committed to school-wide initiatives, campus involvement, and the lives of our students outside of the classroom
    • A sense of humor with patience and empathy for adolescents
    • Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues, and parents regarding student progress and achievement.
    Responsibilities:
    • Teaching four sections of Chemistry, which may include, regular, honors, or AP.
    • Advising four-six students
    • Serve as dorm parent with related duties
    • Coach or the equivalent of two seasons in the afternoon program
    Qualifications:
    • Innovative teaching practices that balance the development of procedural skills, conceptual understanding of scientific ideas, appropriate use of technology, and opportunities for critical thinking and problem solving.
    • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the department
    • Bachelor's degree required with a concentration in Chemistry or related field; Master's degree preferred
    • 3+ years teaching preferred
    • Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
    Physical Demands: 
    • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
    • The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance and stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
     
  • Science Teacher

    Brooks School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative Science Teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate will have flexibility and willingness to teach in all levels of the Science program, with a specialized focus in Biology and/or Environmental Science. This full-time faculty position will include teaching four sections of science and contributing to the campus community by coaching or the equivalent, supporting the residential life program and being an advisor.

    The successful candidate will
    • Demonstrate passion and expertise in the teaching of Science with a specific proficiency in chemistry.
    • Teach skills, knowledge, and scientific attitudes through courses in general science, biology, chemistry, and physics.
    • Combine critical thinking, reading, writing, and research in the curriculum and in instruction.
    • Be well versed in multiple areas of science and science education.
    • Be confident in the use of technology in the classroom to engage learners.
    • Apply engaging and innovative student centered teaching practices that adjusts to meet varying student needs
    • Possess a growth mindset in considering current pedagogical best practices and an understanding of adolescent development
    • Implement best learning practices and keep updated with developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods by engaging in conferences and other professional growth opportunities.
    • Work collaboratively with the members of the department to develop courses that are consistent and coordinated across the science curriculum.
    • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
    • Committed to school-wide initiatives, campus involvement, and the lives of our students outside of the classroom
    • A sense of humor with patience and empathy for adolescents
    • Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues, and parents regarding student progress and achievement.
    Responsibilities:
    • Teaching four sections of Biology or Environmental Science, which may include, regular, honors, or AP.
    • Advising four-six students
    • Serve as dorm parent with related duties
    • Coach or the equivalent of two seasons in the afternoon program
    Qualifications:
    • Innovative teaching practices that balance the development of procedural skills, conceptual understanding of scientific ideas, appropriate use of technology, and opportunities for critical thinking and problem solving.
    • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the department
    • Bachelor's degree required with a concentration in Biology, Environmental Science or related field; Master's degree preferred
    • 3+ years teaching preferred
    • Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
    Physical Demands: 
    • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
    • The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance and stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
  • Senior Director of Facilities Management and Planning

    Employment Category:  Staff
     
    Permanent/Temporary: Permanent
     
    Reports to: Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
     
    Exempt/Non-exempt: Exempt
     
    Schedule: Full time
     
    Benefits Eligible: Yes
     
     
    Summary
     
    Brooks School is searching for an Senior Director for Facilities Management and Planning to be responsible for the leadership of all physical planning (including developing design standards and leading space planning efforts), new construction and renovation, and the efficient operation and maintenance of the campus buildings and grounds. This position works directly for the Chief Financial Officer and works closely with the Head of School, Human Resources, Director of Athletics, Dean of Faculty, Dean of Students, Academic Dean, Director of Auxiliary Program and others to meet the School’s day to day operational needs and support the overall mission of the School.
     
    Essential Functions and Key Objectives:
    • Leading development of strategies related to physical facilities operations and maintenance, including the landscape, buildings, utility infrastructure and the central utility plant, as well as overseeing sustainability and environmental health and safety.
    • As the department’s lead planner, design and lead a sustained planning function in the department and for the campus, establish design guidelines, produce and update long-range plans, including the financial plans to support them – and regularly monitor those plans during implementation through to completion.
    • Setting standards and providing leadership for the Facilities department to ensure proper functioning, superior condition and aesthetic excellence of the campus.
    • Developing and managing strategic partnerships to deliver campus renewal and evaluating optimal delivery methods for both capital renewal and facilities operations initiatives.
    • Utilizing her/his knowledge of the regulatory environment required for the physical plant, including construction permitting requirements, workplace safety requirements, and environmental regulations.
    • Oversee the Director of Facilities’ management of the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the campus, including custodial services, maintenance services (the trade shops), the central utility plant, grounds, and motor pool. Establish and monitor performance targets for operational effectiveness, financial efficiency, and continuous improvement.
    • Oversee the analysis, development, implementation, and monitoring of all facilities budgets, including operations, maintenance, and capital projects budgets, ensuring that the department is delivering services in the most cost-effective way. Deliver facilities’ budget targets and agreed financial performance objectives.
    • Deliver new construction and renovation projects that accomplish the agreed program and scope within, or below, budget and on schedule, with a level of quality that meets standards and enhances the campus.
    • Develop, build support for and execute a plan to address deferred maintenance and implement a comprehensive planned and preventive maintenance program.
    • Pro-actively identify and pursue new methods for delivering services at lower cost. Enhance the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of the entire Facilities Management department and its operations. Build a culture that seeks out new ways of achieving objectives at lower total cost and with greater efficiency. Reliably deliver (or come in under) agreed-upon operating and capital budgets. Strengthen the department’s procurement and supplier management processes and procedures.
    • Foster effective communication and collaboration within the Facilities department. Strengthen management and development of the entire department. Better leverage technology, knowledge and process management.
    • Works with the CFO to prepare and present board materials as needed.
    • Serves as contact person for emergency situations occurring on campus.
    • A strong understanding of OSHA and other government agencies.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.
    Education:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, Business or related field and equivalent work experience is required.
    • Relevant Master’s degree and/or applicable licensure or certification is preferred.
     
    Qualifications and Skills Required for Position:
    • Minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible experience in facilities management, design and construction, and/or real estate development.
    • Significant expertise in development, capital planning, design, and construction, and the ability to successfully introduce more efficient development practices from outside. Deep knowledge of regulatory environment, including construction permitting requirements, workplace safety requirements, and environmental regulations.
    • Experienced executive who can lead the development of complex projects and budgets, critically assess legitimacy of budgets and costs estimates, and can drive implementation of the most cost-effective methods for project delivery
    • High level of integrity and ethics.
    • High emotional intelligence 
    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org. 
  • Spanish Teacher

    Brooks School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative Spanish Teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The ideal candidate should be able to teach all levels of Spanish language. This full-time faculty position will include teaching four sections and contributing to the campus community by coaching or the equivalent, supporting the residential life program, and being an advisor.

    COMPETENCIES
    • Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching from a full immersion approach that includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, and culture
    • Ability to use technology as a vehicle for learning gains
    • Apply engaging and innovative student centered teaching practices
    • Work collaboratively with the members of the department
    • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
    • Committed to school-wide initiatives, campus involvement, and the lives of our students outside of the classroom
    • A sense of humor and patience and empathy for adolescents
    • Excellent communication skills
    RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Teaching four sections of Spanish, which may include introductory, advanced, and AP.
    • Advising four-six students
    • Serve as dorm parent with related duties
    • Coach or the equivalent of two seasons in the afternoon program
    QUALIFICATIONS
    • Innovative teaching practices and a focus on skills-centered learning
    • Interest and practice of using technology for instruction
    • Native or near native fluency in Spanish
    • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the department to enhance our curriculum
    • Bachelor's degree required in Spanish education, literature and/or culture; Master's degree preferred
    • Minimum of 1-3 years of teaching experience in a 9-12 world language program (or applicable practicum experience)
    • Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents
    • Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
    • Strong writing skills

    If interested, please send a short letter of introduction and a resume to hr@brooksschool.org
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