Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com for any of the noted open positions.
Learning Specialist (full-time)
The Learning Specialist is a critical member of the Academic Mentorship Program (AMP) at Darrow. Academic mentoring at the Darrow School consists of educational training sessions that enable students to produce superior academic work. Utilizing their expertise in Special Education or related field, the Learning Specialist assists the Director of AMP in effectively evaluating students’ learning profiles and support needs. Specifically, the Learning Specialist administers and interprets formal assessments for reading and math skills, and formulates and provides suitable support plan. The Learning Specialist personally conducts mentoring sessions with individual students and small groups, specifically around reading and other targeted skills.The Learning Specialist also collaborates with the Director of AMP in providing professional development supports to members of the mentoring team. Learning Specialist
Mathematics Teacher (full time)
The Darrow School seeks a Math Teacher who will demonstrate enthusiasm and creativity in teaching all levels of high-school math. Math learning at Darrow is modeled on the Exeter math curriculum, emphasizing student-centered problem solving and the teacher’s primary role as a coach. The successful candidate should be familiar with the Exeter approach, or be willing to learn it, and adhere to a teaching philosophy and practice that are harmonious with it. The Math Teacher will teach four to fives courses, and collaborate with colleagues in preparing materials and designing curricula. The candidate should have a degree in Mathematics or another closely related field of study, as well as expertise in teaching multiple levels of high school math. Mathematics Teacher
Associate Director of Athletics (part-time)
The Associate Director of Athletics works with the Director of Athletics to inspire the students and adults in the the Darrow School athletic program as individual athletes and as members of athletic teams. Additionally, the Associate Director assists in administering and developing the athletic program, improving programmatic outcomes and inculcating a culture of excellence and competitiveness in the program. The Associate Director of Athletics will have primary responsibility for guiding and improving the effectiveness of practice routines for coaches and players alike. The Associate Director of Athletics is expected to serve as head coach during the winter sports season, and to fulfill possible other coaching assignments. Associate Director of Athletics
French Teacher (part-time)
The French Teacher generates enthusiasm for the French language and Francophone culture at Darrow School. Must have an appreciation for students’ individual and cultural differences, an enjoyment in working with young people, and be committed to being fully engaged in a boarding school community, including the athletic and residential life programs. The French Teacher will strengthen Darrow’s World Languages department by establishing a program of study in the French language, and in teaching multiple levels of the language. The successful candidate will have a degree in French or related field, and at least three years of secondary school teaching experience. This is a part-time position, with the French teacher being expected to carry an average teaching load of two sections per semester. French Teacher
Residential Life Coordinator (part-time)
The Residential Life coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of a Residential Life curriculum. They will work with house parenting teams to assess student need and work with the Dean of Students and Health team to develop the curriculum that will address the needs identified. They provide training for all Residential Life faculty and will work closely with first year Residential Life faculty to support them and develop house parenting skills. Residential Life Coordinator
Schulz Artist-in-Residence Program for Comic and Cartoon Arts
The Darrow School is seeking an artist whose work is primarily focused in the comic and cartoon arts to supplement our current course electives with new, innovative offerings. The Artist in Residence Program offers the selected artist the opportunity, time, and space to further develop their artwork within a supportive community. The residency, which will begin mid-August 2019 and run until mid-June 2020, will also provide the guest artist with a studio space, teaching and exhibition opportunities, and includes a generous stipend. Full details on this opportunity can be found description. Artist-in-Residence
The Darrow School, an independent, co-ed, boarding and day school for grades 9-12, offers a comprehensive and individually focused college-preparatory curriculum that features a unique combination of classroom instruction, experiential learning, and environmental consciousness. The School is located on 365 acres in the Town of New Lebanon, located on the New York State side of the Berkshires, and is comprised of 26 buildings, 16 of which are Shaker-built and designated as Registered National Historic Landmark buildings.
Darrow offers a generous benefit package that includes retirement, health, life, and disability insurance plans, vacation, holiday and sick leave. Many positions are year-round; others offer an academic-year schedule. Given the residential responsibilities of a boarding school, housing is provided for numerous position either in a dormitory or residences on campus.
The Darrow School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, age, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation, in the administration of any of its employment practices, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, educational, athletic, recreational, and other school-administered programs.
Darrow is an equal opportunity employer boasting a beautiful work setting and a supportive community environment.