Administrator and Staff Positions

Please visit our application portal to view all open positions. If you are interested in multiple positions, please apply separately for each. Human Resources will acknowledge receipt of resumes through email and will contact qualified applicants directly.

Full background checks are required for all positions including fingerprinting, as required by MA State Law. Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.

Addison Gallery of American Art

Associate Curator of American Art

The Associate Curator of American Art will serve as a key member of the curatorial team and aid the Mead Curator of Photography and Senior Curator of Contemporary Art in the development and implementation of curatorial projects, including exhibition planning and installation, publications, and the maintenance, research, presentation, and growth of the collection, with a particular focus on American art from 18th century through the 1940s. The Associate Curator will assist with researching future exhibitions; develop focus exhibitions for travel domestically and internationally; plan and install permanent collection installations; and act as a venue curator for traveling exhibitions. The Associate Curator will also share in the general responsibilities of the department, including reviewing exhibition proposals and potential acquisitions; researching the collections as part of an ongoing review of the holdings; and work with the Education department for collaborations with students and faculty at Phillips Academy and in schools in the region.

Essential Functions/Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Contributes to the long-term curatorial vision for the museum;
  • Work with fellow staff to ensure the best available standards of care and protection for all works in the permanent collection and borrowed art works;
  • Conducts and disseminates research on the collection through oral, written, and other means of communication to provide the widest possible access to the Phillips Academy community and the public;
  • Develops and shepherds an ongoing and dynamic exhibitions program that includes monographic and thematic shows, permanent collection and loan shows, and related publications;
  • Coordinates with and supervises guest curators in area of specialization, consultants, and support staff including curatorial assistants, and interns as required;
  • Prepares a broad range of public programs and partnerships, internally and externally;
  • Works in close partnership with Education to contribute to programs related to the collection and special exhibitions for Phillips Academy and the public, including, but not limited to, lectures, workshops, gallery presentations, and other in-gallery interpretation efforts;
  • Serves as an ambassador for the Addison Gallery of American Art locally, nationally, and internationally, being an active member in the field as well as with the general public;
  • Assists in exhibition and collection related fundraising by providing necessary project and object information and participating in grant writing and personal solicitations to potential donors including corporations, foundations and individuals; and
  • Perform additional duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities Required: 

  • Minimum of three (4–6) years prior curatorial experience
  • Knowledge of American art, with a historical focus between the 18th century and 1940.
  • M.A. required, Ph.D. degree in art history preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including public speaking and writing
  • Excellent working relationships with collectors, artists, the art market, and scholars
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain the highest ethics as they relate to all aspects of curatorial endeavor, and to understand and maintain the highest levels of confidentiality

Head of Education

The Addison Gallery of American Art seeks an experienced, creative, and collaborative Head of Education to provide leadership, strategy, and direction for the Addison Gallery’s Education department. Under the supervision of the director of the museum, this position promotes the Addison’s collection as an important resource for learning across the many disciplines taught at Phillips Academy and in the K–12 schools of the region; develops partnerships with Phillips Academy and public school faculties, afterschool programs, and campus and community organizations; advocates for visual literacy and other sensory experiences as vital forms of learning in the arts; and organizes and participates in projects and programs related to the museum's collection and its exhibitions including lectures, workshops, and tours for audiences of all ages.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Provides the pedagogical and philosophical vision of education for the museum;
  • Manages day-to-day department operations including budget, personnel, schedules for the department;
  • Supervises a staff of two, including the Manager of Curriculum Initiatives for Phillips Academy and the Education Associate for School and Community Collaboration;
  • Coordinates with the Curator of Contemporary Art to provide opportunities for interaction for the students at Phillips Academy and at K–12 schools in the region with the Edward E. Elson Artist-in-Residence;
  • Prepares a broad range of public programs and proactively fosters partnerships in the community;
  • Works in closely with the Curatorial department to develop to programs related to the collection and special exhibitions for Phillips Academy and the public, including, but not limited to, lectures, workshops, gallery presentations, and tours;
  • Serves as an ambassador for the Addison Gallery of American Art locally, nationally, and internationally;
  • Assists in related fundraising for the educational program by identifying philanthropic sources and contributing substantively to grant applications; and
  • Performs additional duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: 

  • Minimum of 10 years prior museum education experience with at least 2–3 years at the senior management level
  • Master’s degree in art history, education, museum education, humanities, or a related field
  • Knowledge of American and/or contemporary art

This is a full-time, 11-month position with a schedule of Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm, with nights and weekends as needed to oversee programs and participate in other museum activities. Activities will require driving to schools and organizations in the region.

Full background check required.

Athletics

Coaching Positions

Phillips Academy seeks qualified candidates for the following sports:

  • Assistant Junior Varsity Field Hockey – Fall term
  • Girls Junior Varsity Soccer – Fall term
  • Varsity Boys Water Polo - Fall term
  • Swim Instructor – Fall and Spring terms (4 days per week, 1 hour per day.)
  • Boys and Girls Assistant Varsity Basketball - Winter term
  • Assistant Boys Varsity Ice Hockey – Winter term
  • Varsity Girls Water Polo - Spring term
  • Boys and Girls Junior Varsity Lacrosse – Spring term

Responsibilities include developing individual skills, teamwork and sportsmanship among student athletes.  Experience playing and/or coaching the corresponding sport as well as experience working with high school age students required.  Full background check required.  Commitment is approximately 10 to 18 hours per week, depending on game schedules and locations.  No benefits. Please send cover letter and resume to: hr@andover.edu

Assistant Athletics Equipment Manager/Laundry Attendant

Phillips Academy seeks an assistant athletics equipment manager/laundry attendant to assist in the athletics stockroom operations. Responsibilities include fitting of athletics equipment as well as inventory; launder and care for athletic uniforms.  Academic year position, 25-30 hours per week; Monday through Friday, 9:00am – 3:30pm with some flexibility required.  Dependability and strong customer service skills required.  Prorated benefits are offered.   

Investment Office 

Investment Analyst Position – NYC Endowment Investment Office 

Phillips Academy is a residential secondary school in Massachusetts, founded in 1778 to educate “youth from every quarter.” The school’s $1.1 billion multi-asset class endowment provides significant operating support to the Academy, much of which supports the school’s policy of need-blind admissions.  The NYC-based Investment office, which manages the Academy’s endowment, seeks an Investment Analyst for a 2 year position (with possible 3rd year extension).   

The Investment Analyst should have some prior experience, preferably as a financial analyst at an investment bank or investment manager, strong excel and quantitative analytical skills, interest in investing, a demonstrated track record of academic and professional success, intellectual curiosity and a collaborative approach.  

Day-to-day responsibilities are focused on quantitative and qualitative analysis and evaluation of investment managers, and reporting on the overall portfolio. A key member of the small investment team, the Investment Analyst will assist the Chief Investment Officer, and other team members in research and analysis.  This includes:

 -Preparing analysis on the performance and exposures of both individual managers’ portfolios and the endowment portfolio overall;

 -Acting as point person on specific investments, developing responsibility over time for coverage of, communications and meetings with such managers, and keeping the CIO and team abreast of any notable developments, as well as periodically more in depth reviews and assessments

 -Supporting team in sourcing, screening and analyzing prospective investment managers,

 -Ultimately drafting investment and redemption recommendation memos for the investment committee; presenting performance reviews and investment recommendations to the IC -Providing regular operational support for the portfolio       

Qualifications

  • One to four years of finance or business experience, within investment management, investment banking, consulting or another relevant field.
  • High degree of comfort with quantitative analysis. 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Power point; interest to master other relevant software.
  • Strong work ethic, organizational skills and attention to detail.  Ability to set goals, prioritize tasks, and manage simultaneous projects.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Interest in driving analysis to a well-reasoned/supported conclusion/recommendation.
  • Self-motivation and strong problem-solving skills; entrepreneurial approach to challenges.
  • High level of professional maturity, integrity and judgement. Dependability and a sense of personal ownership of responsibilities.
  • Track record of collaboration and the ability to work on a small team.
  • Strong Academic credentials, Bachelor’s degree, preferably in finance, economics, or a relevant subject area.

       Full background check required.  Phillips Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Investment Associate/Senior Associate Position – NYC Endowment Investment Office

Phillips Academy is a residential secondary school in Massachusetts, founded in 1778 to educate “youth from every quarter.”  The school’s $1.1 billion multi-asset class endowment provides significant operating support to the Academy, much of which supports the school’s policy of need-blind admissions.  The NYC-based Investment office, which manages the Academy’s endowment, seeks an Investment Associate/ Senior Associate, with particular experience in Private Equity allocation.     

 

A key member of the small investment team, the Investment Associate will report to the Chief Investment Officer, with a particular focus on Private Equity allocation, manager assessment and pipeline development.  Responsibilities include:

  • -Performing and overseeing analysis on the return performance and exposures of both individual funds, aggregate sub-portfolios, and the endowment portfolio overall;
  • -Acting as point person on a set of specific investments, responsibility for the coverage of, communications and meetings with such managers, and keeping the CIO and team abreast of any notable developments, as well as periodically more in depth reviews and assessments. 
  • -Actively engaging with comments, questions and perspectives on the rest of the portfolio in team discussions.
  • Sourcing, screening and analyzing prospective investment managers. Conducting due diligence, undertaking reference checks, reviewing legal documents to understand business terms of manager engagement.
  • -Drafting and presenting performance reviews, as well as investment and redemption recommendations to the investment committee; contributing to creation of board meeting materials.
  • -Recruiting, supervising, mentoring and developing investment analysts

 

Qualifications

  • 5-8 years of relevant investment or related experience, preferably with meaningful experience in PE allocation and research.
  • High degree of comfort with quantitative analysis. 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Power point; interest to master other relevant software.
  • Strong work ethic, organizational skills and attention to detail.  Ability to set goals, prioritize tasks, and manage simultaneous projects.
  • Ability and comfort in driving a full process and bringing analysis to a well-reasoned/supported conclusion/recommendation, highlighting pro’s and con’s, but concluding with a clear-cut well-supported recommendation.
  • Self-motivation and strong problem-solving skills; entrepreneurial approach to challenges.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • High level of professional maturity, integrity and judgement. Dependability and a sense of personal ownership of responsibilities.
  • Self-starter with track record of collaboration and the ability to work in a small team.
  • Strong Academic credentials, MBA or CFA (or progress toward CFA) preferred, but not required.

  Full background check required.  Phillips Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Office of Academy Resources

Director of Annual Giving

The Director of Annual Giving leads Phillips Academy’s effort to raise restricted and unrestricted current use support and to grow donor participation. He/she will provide strategic direction to annual fundraising efforts, including increasing leadership annual donor support, growing alumni donor participation, and leading a sophisticated segmenting and marketing effort.

The Director leads a department of eight professional and administrative staff and collaborates with colleagues in Development, Alumni Engagement and Academy Communications to achieve results.

Specific Responsibilities Include:

  • Overseeing a class-and-reunion based program that solicits gifts annually through volunteers and staff;
  • Leading Andover’s strategies to increase the Andover Fund, meeting and/or exceeding both unrestricted and restricted current use goals;
  •  Providing strategic direction to segmentation and messaging directed toward growing donor count through acquisition of new donors and retention of current donors; and
  • Participating in leading the development initiatives of Phillips Academy under the direction of the Director of Development and in partnership with key colleagues.
  • Management of Annual Giving Team: including skill development, goal setting and collaboration.
  • Comprehensive oversight of marketing and communications efforts to drive total annual fund support and donors, using industry best practices and analytics to drive decisions and strategy
  • Effective front line fundraising: full understanding and implementation of the process, qualification through stewardship.
  • All aspects of volunteer management: creating and managing to expectations, effective communication, goal setting and efficient support. 
  • Compelling and strong communicator and writer.

This position requires excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and collaborate with others, and an understanding of private education. Additionally, applicants should demonstrate proficiency with common business productivity and analysis tools as well as familiarity with customer base segmentation techniques. A Bachelor’s degree is required.

The role requires 5 to 7 years of direct or transferrable experience; to succeed through team leadership and personal action in three key areas: managing fundraising volunteers, direct solicitation of leadership annual gifts, and growing donor participation.

The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker with the ability to execute in multiple channels simultaneously: direct and volunteer solicitation; print and electronic direct marketing; and social media. He/she will have a passion for innovation and risk-taking, balancing these qualities with an appreciation of the traditions that are the legacy of decades of Andover donors and volunteers.

Travel—including overnight travel—is required, both locally off-campus as well as out of state.
Night and weekend work is required for events and donor engagements, both on campus and off, including out of state.

The Director will manage a team of 8, including 5 front-line fundraisers, an administrative assistant and two data and program managers.

Full background check required.

Coordinator, Alumni Engagement

Reporting to the Assistant Director, the Coordinator provides a wide range of executive-level administrative support including: preparation of invitations for all regional events; regular attendance reports on all upcoming regional events; tracking of regional event invitations and reminder; serve as the liaison for Regional Team across the Office of Alumni Engagement and OAR, briefings and accurate and timely materials needed for regional events; management of the Assistant Directors’ calendars and budgets; prepare travel expense reimbursements; also provide general clerical support (filing, mailings, etc.) as required.

Requirements:  
Requires strong computer skills, flexibility, multitasking, excellent interpersonal skills, commitment to customer service, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of the Academy community.

Skills/Qualifications:
Microsoft Office Skills (Word, Excel, Power-point, Publisher); experience with fundraising software a plus; office machines experience (faxes, copiers, computers and printers); writing and editing skills, supply management, scheduling, organization, time management with an ability to prioritize, travel logistics, be a self-starter, dependable and perform at a high level of accuracy while maintaining confidentiality.  Must have a professional demeanor; highly industrious with strong work ethic and ability to be flexible in time of organizational transition.

Education/Experience:
Bachelor's degree in a related field; a minimum of three years' experience in an executive-administrative position, preferably in an educational environment, or related relevant experience; proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Database management experience using Razor’s Edge or Agilon experience a plus; excellent verbal and written communications skills; ability to organize and prioritize work in an ever-changing environment; ability to work independently with little supervision; excellent interpersonal skills; some evening and weekend work related to special events and meetings required; demonstrated interest in fundraising, alumni engagement or related fields preferred. 

Assistant Director, Donor Relations

The Assistant Director of Donor Relations plays a key role in executing the Academy’s high-profile, high-impact stewardship and recognition program, including managing narrative and financial stewardship projects, planning and executing donor relations events, preparing personalized gift acknowledgments on behalf of Academy leadership, implementing the Academy’s top donor recognition societies and other forms of recognition, producing creative institutional gifts and other meaningful donor experiences, and entering and maintaining accurate records and data in accordance with the Academy’s policies and best practices.

Minimum Job Qualifications: 
A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years of experience in donor relations in an educational or other non-profit setting, or related demonstrated success in non-profit development or communications, are required. The Assistant Director must have excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, proficiency in project management and with common business productivity and analysis tools, as well as with the design and presentation of both qualitative and quantitative reports, and the ability to take initiative and collaborate well with a variety of stakeholders in an educational setting. An understanding of private education and experience planning and executing high-touch events are strongly desired. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: 
The successful candidate will be a creative and polished writer with impeccable attention to detail, a strategic thinker with a customer service focus, and a high-performing project manager with the ability to execute at both the individual and large-scale levels within a sophisticated donor community.  He/she will match leading-edge best practices in donor communications with an appreciation of the traditions that are the legacy of decades of Andover donors and volunteers. Occasional night and weekend work is required for events and donor engagements, both on campus and off, including occasional travel out of state.

Major Gift Officer 

Phillips Academy seeks candidates for the role of Major Gifts Officer (MGO.) The MGO will manage a portfolio of alumni and parent leadership gift prospects ($100,000+).

Reporting to the Director of Major Gifts, and working collaboratively and strategically with colleagues in the Office of Academy Resources, faculty, senior leadership of the Academy and volunteers, the MGO will secure resources essential to maintaining Andover’s place at the forefront of private secondary education. 

Minimum Job Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required.  Minimum 5-7 years of successful fundraising experience, in development or academic advancement fields. Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gifts is highly desired.  Ideal candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills. Knowledge of fundraising databases and Microsoft Office.  Strong organizational skills; attention to detail; ability to work independently with minimum supervision.  Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines. Excellent interpersonal skills and commitment to being a member of the OAR team. Travel throughout the United States is required. Full background check required. 

Office of Communications

Editorial Production Manager

Phillips Academy seeks a versatile communications professional to join a busy creative team as an Editorial Production Manager. 
Reporting to the Director of Editorial and Creative Services, the Editorial Production Manager is responsible for a portfolio of important Academy print projects, among them the weekly employee newsletter, the Andover Gazette; the annual Directory; the annual Parent Handbook, and the annual suite of Commencement materials. 

Additional responsibilities include proofreading/editing content for Andover, the Phillips Academy alumni magazine; producing small-to-midsize print projects for internal campus clients; and assisting the Office of Communication with other editorial and print projects as needed. 

The Editorial Production Manager also maintains the department budget, processes invoices, and provides overall administrative support. 

Applicants must be proficient in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop, Macintosh OSX, and Microsoft Office, must have prior experience producing/designing other commercial/professional publications and proofreading/editing experience, and must have experience working with editors, print vendors, mail houses, and creative consultants.

Bachelor’s degree preferred, or equivalent professional experience. Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail, the ability to manage multiple deadlines and work independently, and strong interpersonal skills are essential. 

Office of Information Technology

Technical Support Specialist

Phillips Academy seeks an experienced professional to join our support team to service faculty, staff, administrators and students in a Windows 7/10, Mac OS X, Active Directory, Exchange, Microsoft Office, Blackboard and Canvas environment.  Successful candidate will provide high quality customer service (both in person and on the telephone), provide tier 2-3 technical support, research, recommend, service and support computer software and hardware.  Expertise in computer imaging with Ghost, Windows 7/10, Mac OS X, Microsoft Office, Outlook/OWA required.  Experience with Trend Micro OfficeScan antivirus, basic network troubleshooting, and working in an academic environment desired.  Strong team focus, interpersonal and communications skills, a “can-do” attitude, ability to juggle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment, and lift 30lbs are essential. Two to five years work experience in IT support and a Bachelor’s degree preferred. Some nights and weekends may be required.  Full background check required.

Office of Physical Plant 

Facilities Operating Engineer 

Phillips Academy seeks a Facilities Operating Engineer to operate high pressure steam fire tube boilers, steam turbine, and auxiliary equipment with minimum supervision. The successful candidate will possess a Third Class Engineers license issued by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Safety.  Experience operating high-pressure boilers, steam turbines, diesel engines, electrical distribution equipment, auxiliary machinery, and building management systems are required. 

While the power plant is in operation (Late September-Early June) this is a 12-hour shift from 7PM to 7AM.  When the power plant shut down for maintenance, the shift is four 10-hour days, weekends off, and “on-call” status and overtime as required. When emergencies and/or extreme weather conditions occur, the functions of this job may be deemed essential and employee must report to work and/or remain on duty during their regularly scheduled work hours or the work hours designated by their supervisor. Supervisor will inform the employee when the functions are essential. 

Full background check is required.  Please send a cover letter and resume to hr@andover.edu  

Review of resumes will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Phillips Academy is pleased to offer a comprehensive benefits package which include group medical/dental, generous employer contributions to health savings account for eligible employees, 403(b) plan, vacation, personal and illness bank paid time off as well as many other benefits. www.andover.edu 

Phillips Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Night Custodian 

Phillips Academy seeks a full-time night custodian to clean and maintain Academy buildings. Valid driver’s license, personal vehicle for on-campus transportation and full background check required. Full-time position, Monday through Friday, 3:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. with “on-call” status and overtime as required. Prior floor care and cleaning experience preferred. When emergencies and/or extreme weather conditions occur, the functions of this job may be deemed essential and employee must report to work and/or remain on duty during their regularly scheduled work hours or the work hours designated by their supervisor. Supervisor will inform the employee when the functions are essential.


If interested, please send a resume to hr@andover.edu . Review of resumes will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled.


Phillips Academy is pleased to offer a comprehensive benefits package to both full-time (.75 FTE to 1.0 FTE) and part-time (.50 FTE to .74 FTE) employees which include group medical/dental, generous employer contributions to HSA/HRA for eligible employees, 403(b) plan, vacation/personal and illness bank paid time off as well as many other benefits.


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Phillips Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Oliver Wendell Holmes Library 

Makerspace Proctor 

The Oliver Wendell Holmes Library at Phillips Academy seeks a Makerspace Proctor.  Primary proctor responsibilities include maintaining a safe environment and an atmosphere conducive to study.  Additional responsibilities include miscellaneous makerspace related functions such as supply inventory. Excellent customer services skills, the ability to work effectively with adolescents and the ability to stand/walk for long periods of time are essential. Some library / makerspace experienced preferred.  

This is a temporary position.  During academic term of 2018-19, the commitment for this position is 12-8pm Each Sunday until June 1, with the exception of breaks between terms.

Applications to be reviewed as received.  If interested, please apply by September 28, 2018 at   http://www.andover.edu/employmentopportunities 

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.  


Public Safety 

Crossing Guard 

Part-time, 2018-2019 Academic Year Position  

Reporting to the Director of Campus Safety, the crossing guard will control pedestrian traffic during early morning classes four days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. during the academic year.   The ideal candidate will be someone who has experience working with adolescents and who is comfortable directing students and traffic. Competitive pay.  Full background check required.  

If interested, please send resume by August 20, 2018, to hr@andover.edu.  

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.  


Public Safety Officer  

Phillips Academy seeks candidates for the position of Public Safety Officer. Primary responsibilities include protecting members of the Phillips Academy community and its property. The Public Safety Officer responds to requests for assistance and will patrol the campus primarily by vehicle, bicycle and foot. This is a 40 hour per week, year round, benefits eligible position. Specific schedule is an overnight shift Thursday to Tuesday, 11pm to 7am.  Prior experience working overnight hours is desired.  

The successful candidate will possess a high school diploma. College coursework or degree is ideal. Five years solid security experience and current driver’s license with a clean driving record is required. Must be able to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions, must be able to perform all essential physical requirements of the position and enjoy working with adolescents. Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.  Various safety training certifications are compulsory and overtime may be required.  This is not a law enforcement position.  Full background check required.  

If interested, apply online and upload a resume by August 29, 2018.  

Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center 

Registered Nurse:  Night & Weekend Shifts

Phillips Academy seeks a registered nurse at the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center.  This is an academic year plus Summer Session position with the following rotating schedule:

Weeks 1, 2 and 3:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 11:00pm-7:30am Week 4:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 11:00pm-7:30am.   

Responsibilities include independent health assessment, nursing care and management of students seen in the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center, both on an urgent care basis and for those students staying in our extended care facility. Other potential responsibilities include chart review and ongoing clinical projects. Candidates must have strong assessment skills, be comfortable working independently, be able to manage a fluctuating census, and enjoy working with the adolescent population. Strong communication, organizational and time management skills are imperative. Computer skills are required and experience with electronic medical records is strongly preferred.  The ideal candidate is a professional looking for a positive work environment and works collaboratively as part of a team. 

Requirements: A Massachusetts RN license, with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher level of education preferred. Current CPR/AED certification is required. Five to seven years of experience in adolescent medicine, school health, ambulatory care and/or urgent care/ER experience is required. 

Full background check required. Review of resumes to begin immediately and position will remain open until filled.  If interested apply at http://www.andover.edu/employm...

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.  



Registered Nurse:  Orthopedic/Staff Nurse 

Phillips Academy seeks a registered nurse at the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center.  This is an academic year plus summer session position, with general nursing shifts as assigned below (which includes a weekend commitment). This position has the following rotating schedule during the academic year: 

Week 1:  Monday & Tuesday 9am-6pm, Saturday 7am-3:30pm  

Week 2:  Sunday 7am-3:30pm, Monday & Tuesday 9am-6pm, Wednesday 7am-4pm 

Week 3:  Monday & Tuesday 9am-6pm, Thursday 8am-5pm 

Week 4:  Monday & Tuesday 9am-6pm, Thursday 8am-5pm 

And the following rotating schedule during the summer session: 

Week 1:  Saturday 7am-3:30pm  

Week 2:  Sunday 7am-3:30pm, Wednesday 7am-4pm 

Week 3: Thursday 8am-5pm 

Week 4: Thursday 8am-5pm 

Responsibilities include independent health assessment, nursing care and management of students seen in the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center, both on an urgent care basis and for those students staying in our extended care facility. Other potential responsibilities include chart review and ongoing clinical projects. Candidates must have strong assessment skills, be comfortable working independently, be able to manage a fluctuating census, and enjoy working with the adolescent population. Strong communication, organizational and time management skills are imperative. Computer skills are required and experience with electronic medical records is strongly preferred.  The ideal candidate is a professional looking for a positive work environment and works collaboratively as part of a team. 

Case Management of Students with orthopedic issues: receive referral from provider or parental request; verify with provider that student’s parent has given permission for orthopedic clinic appointment; and serve as liaison for head Athletic Trainer who evaluates students each Monday for possible referral to orthopedic clinic.  Create weekly master schedule which minimizes missed class time for all scheduled students. Create paper chart for each student for consulting orthopedist to facilitate quick, easy reference. Copy all pertinent notes – i.e. reason for referral. Collect and copy imaging results. If MRI or other external imaging done – obtain report from imaging facility, make sure disc available. Attend Orthopedic Clinic with student and then communicate what was done and plan of care with the student’s family, often acting as a contact person between the student’s family and both the consulting orthopedist and trainers. Verify assessment, including any testing done, diagnosis and treatment plan. Ensure that follow up and outside specialty appointments are scheduled as needed.

Requirements: A Massachusetts RN license, with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher level of education preferred. Current CPR/AED certification is required. Five to seven years of experience in adolescent medicine, Urgent Care/Orthopedics and Reproductive Health Care preferred, school health, ambulatory care and/or urgent care/ER experience is required. 

Full background check required. Review of resumes to begin immediately and position will remain open until filled.  If interested apply at http://www.andover.edu/employm...

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.  

Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology

Temporary Inventory Specialist

Reporting to the Curator of Collections at the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology, the Temporary Inventory Specialist is a 40 hour/week position that will last for 6 months with the possibility of an extension.  S/he will contribute significantly to an ongoing collections inventory and rehousing project for the Peabody’s approximately 500,000+ archaeological and ethnographic objects from Native North America.  The Temporary Inventory Specialist will be the primary labor force to inventory and rebox the approximately 2100 drawers of material.  S/he will create detailed records and track thousands of artifacts.  The position requires a self-motivated, meticulous, and organized individual committed to assisting the museum reach its goals.  The successful candidate will have opportunities to broaden their collections management skill set while taking a deep dive into a long-term large-scale project.

The successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or an allied social science, or a degree in museum studies. Some background or course work in archaeology is preferred.  Knowledge of broad categories of American Indian material culture and at least 6 months of experience with archaeological material, preferably prehistoric objects.  Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and interest in working in a small team environment are essential.  Experience with PastPerfect museum software and Photoshop preferred.