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Careers at Andover

Phillips Academy is committed to establishing a community that encourages people of diverse backgrounds and beliefs to understand and respect one another and to be sensitive to differences. In its programs, the school seeks to promote a balance of leadership, cooperation and service, together with a deeper awareness of the global community and the natural world. Phillips Academy is committed to a policy of Equal Opportunity Employment and nondiscrimination in the treatment of employees or applicants for employment without consideration of race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, gender or gender identity or gender expression. This philosophy is practiced in, but not limited to, the following: recruitment or recruitment advertising; employment; assignment; performance evaluation; upgrading, demotion or transfer; rate of pay or other compensation; selection for training; discipline; and layoff or termination.

Phillips Academy's human resources office strives to:

  • Recruit, retain and develop a quality staff to support the academy's academic, athletic and residential program;
  • Foster a challenging and supportive work environment by promoting open, respectful dialogue and continuous improvement;
  • Encourage skill development, the attainment of new competencies, and professional growth  
  • Provide to faculty and staff highly competitive salaries and high quality benefits.

Our diverse workforce includes some 219 faculty members and 336 staff members employed in academic, support, and enrichment departments throughout the academy. Career opportunities are many and varied. Whatever you do at Phillips Academy, you are a valued member of the nation's oldest incorporated boarding school. For a listing of current employment opportunities, please click on the links in the left-hand menu.

Richard T. Greener, Harvard College's first African American graduate, graduated from Phillips Academy in 1865.

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