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Manlius Pebble Hill has a long-standing commitment to the principles of equal employment opportunity. In keeping with this commitment, we will continue recruitment, employment, compensation, terms, conditions, and privileges of employment of qualified persons without regard to gender, race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. Individuals shall be judged solely on their job-related aptitude, training, skills, and performance. 

This policy also prohibits employees from harassing any other employees for any reason including, but not limited to, race, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disabled status.

 

1. AP Economics Teacher

Manlius Pebble Hill School is seeking an innovative, dynamic, and student-centered part-time instructor to teach one section of Advanced Placement Economics. The class meets every other day for eighty minutes. The AP Economics curriculum requires the instructor to be well prepared with content knowledge and eager to implement and experiment with innovative teaching methods. At Manlius Pebble Hill, bright, inquisitive and motivated students collaborate with creative teachers throughout the learning process.

Applicants should have an academic background in economics, business education and/or related professional experience. A bachelor’s degree is required, a master’s degree and familiarity with Advanced Placement curriculum are strongly preferred.

Send cover letter, resume, statement of teaching philosophy and two letters of recommendation to Juhee LaHaye at jlahaye@mph.net.

 

2. Math Teacher

Manlius Pebble Hill School is seeking an innovative, dynamic, and student-centered full-time mathematics teacher. Courses include a combination of middle school math and lower-level upper school math (algebra, geometry & trigonometry). At MPH, our rigorous mathematics instruction challenges students to solve problems in multiple ways and to communicate about their solutions through discussion and written language.

MPH students are bright, inquisitive and motivated. MPH teachers eagerly share their enthusiasm for learning with their students and enjoy partnering with students and parents and collaborating with fellow teachers across disciplines. A bachelor’s degree is required. Graduate studies in mathematics, education, or a related field, and evidence of innovative teaching are strongly preferred. 

Send cover letter, resume, statement of teaching philosophy and two letters of recommendation to John Stegeman at jstegeman@mph.net.

 

2. English Language Learners Teacher

Manlius Pebble Hill School is seeking an innovative, dynamic, and student-centered part-time English Language Learners (ELL) teacher. The position includes teaching two sections of ELL to international students to prepare for and support their achievement in American high school and college academic settings. 

MPH’s international student program supports approximately thirty students from China in the Upper School (grades 9-12). All new and some returning international students are required to take ELL. The combines instruction in the four modalities of language competency (reading, writing, speaking & listening) with academic support in other MPH classes. The ELL teacher collaborates closely with the International Student Coordinator and classroom teachers to maintain a network of academic as well as social-emotional support. 

A bachelor’s degree is required. Graduate studies and/or related professional experiences are strongly preferred. Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume, statement of teaching philosophy and two letters of recommendation to John Stegeman at jstegeman@mph.net.

 

3. Advanced Placement Biology teacher (part-time)

Manlius Pebble Hill School is seeking an innovative and student-centered teacher for one section of Advanced Placement Biology. The class meets every other day for eighty minutes, with an additional eighty-minute laboratory block once in each six-day cycle. Students in the course have completed an introductory biology course as a prerequisite.

Applicants should have an academic background in education, laboratory science and/or related work experience. A bachelor’s degree is required and a master’s degree or higher is strongly preferred. Manlius Pebble Hill students are bright, inquisitive, and motivated and are accustomed to working together with creative teachers. The AP Biology curriculum prepares students for a standardized exam and requires the instructor to be well prepared with content knowledge and eager to implement and experiment with innovative teaching methods.

Send cover letter, resume, statement of teaching philosophy and two letters of recommendation to Juhee LaHaye at jlahaye@mph.net.

 

4. Alumni Relations and Advancement Associate

The Alumni Relations and Advancement Associate is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive alumni engagement program for the School and providing leadership to the alumni constituency.

 Responsibilities include:

  • Overseeing all alumni reunions and events, including Clambake (Reunion) Weekend
  • Assisting in production of the alumni magazine, Reflections
  • Cultivating and stewarding existing relationships with alumni
  • Establishing metrics to track and assess alumni engagement and setting annual goals for the program’s growth
  • Recruiting alumni volunteers for leadership positions including Alumni Association Board, Alumni Board sub-committees, Young Alumni Advisory Council, reunion class chairs, event chairs and class agents
  • Ensuring MPH is maximizing alumni relations to assist in advancing the strategic goals of the School and the Advancement Office
  • Managing a portfolio of prospects in support of the School’s major and annual giving programs
  • Educating current students, families, and MPH faculty and staff about the alumni program in an effort to build relationships and create opportunities for engagement
  • Serving as staff liaison to the Alumni Association Board
  • Working with the Director of Development to establish goals in the stewardship of special alumni prospects
  • Developing a core set of high impact alumni engagement initiatives and a comprehensive alumni engagement strategy (reunion events, social media efforts, newsletter, etc.)
  • Developing a system of archiving important School documents and photos, and maintaining an assortment of alumni memorabilia throughout campus
  • Ensuring that all of the alumni relations expenses are within budget
  • Maintaining the accuracy of the alumni database by capturing personal profiles, career information, correspondences, etc.
  • Collaborating with colleagues to increase philanthropic support from alumni
  • Working to connect current students and alumni through innovative and strategic programming
  • Assisting with other Advancement Office projects and events as needed

Qualifications:

  • A minimum of two years working in alumni relations or development in an educational setting
  • A demonstrated ability to foster productive relationships with volunteers
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Strong computer skills, including knowledge of social media
  • Ability to manage several tasks simultaneously, with attention to detail
  • Availability to travel and work weekends/evenings/early mornings as needed
  • A Bachelor’s degree

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to Kelly Gillis-Rose, Director of Development - krose@mph.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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