FACULTY POSITIONSWe aggressively seek applications from candidates who will promote our commitment to hiring diverse faculty members who are eager to live among and teach young men and women from all over the world. Co-educational and fully residential, St. Paul's School offers an educational experience that extends well beyond the classroom, as faculty members serve as advisers, coaches, mentors, and friends.
We are currently seeking applicants for the following opportunities:
Although we may not have immediate opportunities for other faculty members to join our community at this time, we welcome you to submit your materials for future consideration. Please complete our online application or send your materials to email@example.com.
Substitute Teachers: From time to time, we are in need of substitute teachers for as little as one week to as long as a 10-week term. If you are interested in being a substitute teacher for any one of our academic divisions listed below, please complete the online faculty application or submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you in the event of an opening.
Click on the links below for a general description of each of our major faculty departments.
STAFF POSITIONSMembers of the St. Paul's School staff are an integral part of the community, supporting the needs of the School's 500 students and 100 faculty members. The School offers a competitive benefits package, including health insurance, and an excellent retirement plan.
As a member of the St. Paul’s School Communications Office and reporting directly to the director of communications, the marketing communications manager’s primary responsibility is to create, curate, and publish accurate, creative content that encourages interest in the School. She or he will think strategically, write persuasively, and work closely with admission colleagues, alumni relations representatives, faculty, staff, students to help plan, develop, create, and execute campaigns that inspire deeper engagement with the School.
The Network Technician is a broadly-experienced and flexible technical generalist who provides a variety of services to document, manage, monitor, and troubleshoot the campus network infrastructure, datacenter, and endpoint devices. The ideal candidate will be a competent, reliable self-sufficient individual with the ability to work as part of a team. They are passionate about technology, willing to continue their education, good communications skills, motivated to take on additional tasks, and considerate to those around them. An analytical mindset will be essential for effective troubleshooting. All St. Paul’s School IT staff members play a role in supporting the academic program and our diverse end user’s community.
St. Paul’s School, one of the nation’s leading coeducational independent boarding schools, is seeking an individual with exceptional financial, operational, and management capabilities to lead as the School’s next Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer (CFO/COO). Reporting to the Rector (head of school), the CFO/COO provides institutional direction and leadership for the School’s financial management and business affairs, endowment operations, legal affairs, human resources, physical plant, and information technology.
St. Paul’s School is seeking a Registrar. This is a full-time, full-year, exempt staff position. A strong candidate will have excellent communication, interpersonal and problem solving skills. They will also be highly organized and able to prioritize tasks and take imitative.
St. Paul's is seeking a Custodian. This is a regular, part-time, full-year staff position with a weekly schedule of 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. This individual will be responsible for performing a variety of building-related custodial and cleaning maintenance tasks.
St. Paul’s School seeks a full-time counselor beginning mid-August 2018. This position is a school year, staff position and will report to the Director of Counseling Services and the Medical Director. This position does not provide school housing and applicants should plan to live within 30 minutes of the school.
St. Paul's School is seeking an Advancement Services Specialist. This is a full-time, full-year, non-exempt staff position. The Advancement Services Specialist will provide operational support for reporting, stewardship, events, and gift processing at St. Paul’s School. Critical tasks include running and publishing Alumni & Development scheduled and ad-hoc organizational reports, producing and delivering stewardship materials, preparing event materials, and performing gift processing and related tasks.
St. Paul's School is seeking a Senior Accountant. This is a full-time, full-year, exempt staff position. This position will have the primary responsibilities associated with analyzing and accounting for the School's numerous investments including the following: endowment fund investment, special funds, pooled income fund, gift annuities, CRUT/CRAT's and pension assets. This position will be responsible for preparing a monthly performance report "Flash Report" for the School's unitized endowment investments. In addition, this position will reconcile monthly investment reports from our custodian to individual investment managers and create necessary monthly journal entries to the general ledger.
St. Paul's School is seeking a dynamic team player to join our Alumni Giving and Relations team. This position contributes directly to the annual fundraising successes of St. Paul's School and requires a collaborative and detail-oriented person who can bring a fresh perspective to our work.
In this full-time, full-year staff General Counsel will ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Analyzes all risk related issues affecting college preparatory, coeducational boarding schools. Manages School-wide enterprise management, legal, compliance, and safety risks while maintaining an advisory and solutions-oriented approach to the School’s business and legal issues. Supports and trains the School community with regard to these areas. Provides advice on a wide spectrum of legal, commercial, contractual and compliance issues. The General Counsel works directly with the Rector, Vice Rectors, and Board Committees as appropriate and works collaboratively with the Vice Rector for Operations & Finance on insurance and contract issues, the Director of Human Resources on personnel matters, the Dean of Students on reporting issues, the Director of Off-Campus Programs on domestic and international program matters, and the Director of Information Technology on privacy laws and best practices in data retention and privacy. The General Counsel also works in collaboration with various Department heads to identify risk exposures, formulate plans for mitigation, including scope and magnitude, making recommendations for mitigating policies and/or controls to the Vice Rector for Operations and Finance.
The LNA assists students in all aspects of their stay while they recover from an illness. Working under the guidance of the nursing staff and Medical Director, acts as an integral part of the health center team integrating medical knowledge, patient care, custodial work, and nursing assistance to serve our student population. The focus of this position will be on the inpatient side of the health center, but during quieter times may be called up on by nursing staff to assist with acute visits. During times when school is not in session, the LNA may assist the custodial staff ingeneral upkeep and cleaning of the facility. There are 2 part-time hours available with potential job share. The scheduled hours will be Monday - Friday, 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Penn Boarding School Teaching Residency (BSTR) program is a groundbreaking collaboration between the Graduate School of Education of the University of Pennsylvania and a consortium of the nation’s leading boarding schools. With an innovative and comprehensive curriculum designed specifically for the boarding schools’ unique setting, the program provides aspiring teachers a two-year opportunity to receive a Master’s in Science of Education in concert with the exceptional fellowship program offered by St. Paul’s School.
The regular workload for a Teaching Fellow at St. Paul’s is:
To be involved with two classes each term.
To coach, or assist, an interscholastic team for two terms.
To live on campus and be affiliated with a residential house and carry out all the duties and responsibilities of house advisers.
To meet with the other BSTR Teaching Fellows once a week and with their mentors, formally, at least that often.
The workload from Penn for the MSEd is:
Summer work at Penn for one week each year.
Online work with the cohort of Fellows from the other schools.
One weekend a term at one of the consortium schools with faculty from the schools and from Penn.
Coursework with a mentor at St. Paul’s.
Regular reading and writing assignments from the BSTR at the Penn Graduate School of Education.