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Ongoing Admissions

We are accepting applications for Fall 2017. For information, call or email Shelley Morgan, Director of Admissions.

About Waring

Employment

Employment Opportunities

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  • Alumni Relations and Event Coordinator

    Reports to: Director of Advancement

    Mission:  
    Waring School is a co-educational, college preparatory day school for Grades 6-12 in Beverly, MA. Waring’s mission is “To create and sustain a community of lifelong learners who are working together for the individual and common good.”

    Summary:
    This full-time position is responsible for the planning, management, and execution of alumni engagement and school-wide events.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Alumni Relations:
    • Plan and drive a comprehensive set of Waring alumni engagement programs that connect alumni to one another and to the school’s mission and priorities, including an annual alumni reunion.
    • Communicate with alumni through a newsletter, alumni Facebook page, emails, the alumni relations website, in conjunction with the Communications Manager.
    • Coordinate with the Development Officer for the solicitation and acknowledgement of alumni donors.
    • Maintain and update alumni contact information in the Raiser’s Edge database.
    • In partnership with the Director of Advancement, identify a pipeline of alumni prospects and donors for a capital campaign, including identification, research, cultivation, and solicitation of alumni.
    Events:
    • Lead event planning for major school events, including convocation, Grandparents Day, annual fundraising auction, Graduation, Baccalaureate, among others.
    • Coordinate with parent volunteers for all campus-wide events.
    • Recruit, train and supervise student volunteers as needed.
    Other Duties:
    As a member of the Advancement Team, this position is responsible for a variety of tasks that will arise through the year. This position is expected to be an inclusive member of the Waring community, and willing to help with tasks such as covering at the front office, aiding with admissions visitors, helping with faculty meetings, staffing Waring’s Downtown storefront, attending All School Meetings, etc.

    Position Requirements:
    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • 1-3 year’s job related experience in volunteer management, sales, marketing, and/or customer service. Volunteer service counts toward experience. Preference for experience in an education and/or fundraising environment.
    • Experience with Social Media outreach preferred.
    • Familiarity and/or affiliation with Waring School preferred.
    • Understanding of basic principles and ethics of donor relations and development.
    • Willingness to travel and work nights and weekends, as needed.
    • Ability to think critically, strategically, and creatively.
    • Ability to effectively interface with constituents in a school environment including faculty, staff, students, board members, alumni and parents. Skilled in diplomacy, tact, uses good discretion and has the ability to maintain confidentiality.
    • Excellent face-to-face, telephone, and written communication skills.
    • Meticulous organizational, project, and time management skills. Must have ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a highly collaborative atmosphere.
    • Experience with Microsoft Office required and experience with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, Photoshop or Desktop Publishing preferred.
    Salary is commensurate with experience. Comprehensive benefits package included.

    Application Process:

    Applications accepted until June 15, 2017. To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to:
    Laura Bitler, Director of Advancement
    Waring School
    35 Standley Street
    Beverly, MA 01915
     
    Waring School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • Part-Time ESL & Learning Skills Specialist

    Waring School, a co-educational, college preparatory day school for Grades 6-12 in Beverly, MA, seeks a Part-Time ESL & Learning Skills Specialist to work with International students as well as students with learning needs for the Fall of 2017. Additional duties are assigned according to the candidate’s background and interests. Speaker of Mandarin preferred but not required. Bachelor’s degree and background check required. Flexible hours.
     
    In considering candidates for this position, we seek people who are passionate about ideas and cultivating a love of learning, regardless of previous formal teaching experience. In the interest of equal representation in the teaching profession, we strongly encourage applications from candidates of color. Though all applicants will be seriously considered, this position is aimed to diversify the experiences and perspective of lifelong learners.
     
    Interested candidates are invited to send a resume and cover letter to positions@waringschool.org.
  • The Waring Teaching Fellowship

    Waring’s mission - to creating and sustain a community of lifelong learners - invites us to develop the next generation of excellent educators.

    This one-year fellowship offers recent graduates, at either the Bachelor’s or Master’s level, the opportunity to explore the profession of teaching. Fellows participate fully in the culture of learning at Waring, whether in the classroom or in the community.  Their responsibilities are threefold: they teach classes, coach sports or lead extracurricular activities, and assist with student enrollment and advancement. Opportunities for teaching range across our entire academic and athletic program, and are based on the needs of the school and the talents of the applicant.  

    In considering candidates for the fellowship, we seek people who are passionate about ideas and cultivating a love of learning, regardless of previous formal teaching experience. In the interest of equal representation in the teaching profession, we strongly encourage applications from candidates of color. Though all applicants will be seriously considered, this fellowship is aimed to diversify the experiences and perspective of lifelong learners.

    Fellows are paired with a faculty mentor, are provided professional development opportunities, and give voice to the direction of the school in faculty meetings. Waring gives freedom to educators to be creative in the classroom in every manner, from lesson plans to designing your own elective course. Fellows are also expected to participate in our annual school camping trip, and have the opportunity to collaborate in the design and teaching of a two-week experiential learning "endterm" course in June on varied topics of interest.

    Interested candidates are invited to send a resume and cover letter to positions@waringschool.org
Waring School actively seeks to increase the diversity of its faculty and student body, and does not discriminate in employment practice with regards to gender, race, color, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, religion, or national and ethnic origin. Waring offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.