For more information, please contact:
Assistant to Head of School, Jim Dunaway
315-446-2452, ext. 120
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3 listings at this time
1. Lower School Assistant Division Head
Manlius Pebble Hill School seeks a Lower School Assistant Division Head for school year 2016-17. The Lower School Assistant Head is a part time (60%) position. Duties include:
- Mapping the PK-5 curriculum in each subject area through Rubicon Atlas.
- Aligning the curriculum vertically and horizontally.
- Implementing new curricular initiatives to support the mission of MPH as a whole.
- Determining and organizing division-wide professional development activities.
- Working with individual classroom teachers to implement programs such as guided reading and Singapore math.
- Working with admissions to assist in outreach to prospective families.
- Assisting the Lower School Division Head in Lower School operations.
The successful candidate must be an organized, motivated, and dedicated educator who is passionate about students, embraces cooperative effort and productivity across all disciplines, and will work to develop the Lower School into an integrated component of the overall academic program. A Bachelor’s degree is required (advanced degree encouraged) as well as at least five years’ experience working in a school setting.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume or CV, statement of teaching philosophy, and list of three references to Juhee LaHaye, Assistant to Division Heads at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. 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.
- 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 programing
- Assisting with other Advancement Office projects and events as needed
- 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 - email@example.com
3. Visual Arts and Design Instructor
Manlius Pebble Hill School seeks a passionate and enthusiastic teacher of Visual Arts and Design for school year 2016-17. Duties include advising a small group of students, supervising extracurricular activities, keeping abreast of emerging technologies and methodologies, and fostering student interest and enthusiasm in the visual arts. The successful candidate must be a dedicated educator who is passionate about students, embraces cooperative effort and productivity across all artistic disciplines, and will work to develop the visual arts and design curriculum into an integrated component of the overall academic program. Candidates must embrace teaching students at most grade levels. A Bachelor’s degree in art education is required (advanced degree encouraged) as well as experience working in a school setting.
Manlius Pebble Hill School (www.mph.net) is a non-sectarian, coeducational day school located in suburban Syracuse, neighboring New York’s acclaimed Finger Lakes Region. Established in 1869, MPH is the area’s only prekindergarten through grade 12 independent school. MPH offers the opportunity to teach in a rigorous and caring learning community. The School gives strong support to students who are deeply engaged in the visual and performing arts.
Send cover letter, résumé or CV, statement of teaching philosophy, two or three letters of recommendation, and 10-20 images in one PDF file of current student work with an image list including media and grade level to:
Amy Critz, Executive Assistant to the Head of School
Manlius Pebble Hill School
5300 Jamesville Rd.
Syracuse, New York 13214-2499