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.

Athletics

Physical Therapist/Athletic Trainer

Along with four certified/licensed athletic trainers, provide sports health care for all Academy students. The physical therapist/athletic trainer will spend approximately 50% of their time providing physical therapy services during scheduled physical therapy appointments, and approximately 50% of their time providing athletic training services (rehabilitation, sideline injury care, game day coverage). Generally, the schedule will be Mon-Sat, depending on the needs of the department and athletic schedule. This is an academic year position, .80 FTE.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Certificates/License: Certification by the NATABOC to qualify for a Massachusetts State License to practice.

Advanced Degrees in Physical Therapy and Athletic Training; three to five years preferred experience working as an Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist, preferably with adolescents.

The candidate should be detail-oriented, not only in developing appropriate rehabilitative plans, but also keeping meticulous records of patient progress. The PT/AT should demonstrate strong interpersonal skills while working one-on-one with patients on a regular basis. This position requires compassion for the injured student while employing sound communication skills in communicating with patients and parents alike. The candidate must have the physical stamina and strength to work on their feet throughout the day, lift patients, as well as carry athletic training equipment.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Communications

Senior Writer/Editor - Half-Time

Reporting to the Director of Advancement Communications, the half-time (.50 FTE/20 hours per week) Senior Writer/Editor is responsible for developing content in support of the Tang Institute and other external facing programs at Phillips Academy, including those related to Outreach and Museums. A member of the Office of Communications, the Senior Writer/Editor works collaboratively to develop communication strategies and produce compelling, timely content across print and digital platforms. The Senior Writer/Editor will ensure work remains on pace, deadlines are met, and deliverables achieve the highest quality standards.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

● Conduct research and writing for the Tang Institute and other PA programs, such as those related to community-based Outreach, the Addison Gallery of American Art, and the Peabody Institute of Archaeology.

● Craft announcements, talking points, newsletters, and blog posts; develop social media content; create donor appeals, philanthropic reports, and other Advancement/Development content in collaboration with the Tang Institute and the Office of Academy Resources.

● Work with the Director of Advancement Communications and campus partners to develop key messages and themes targeted to distinct audiences.

● Develop effective and innovative communications based on best practices, metrics, and audience trends.

● Embrace Andover’s mission and be well-versed in all elements of PA’s strategic goals and fundraising priorities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

The successful candidate will be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and create compelling content under deadline. They will be able to move nimbly between print and online production and must be skilled at managing multiple projects alongside both administrative and academic partners.

The successful candidate will also be conscientious, attentive to detail, and results-oriented. They should possess a keen understanding of philanthropy and the expectations of a sophisticated audience and show a commitment and ability to articulate the values and mission of Phillips Academy.

Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of five years development or foundation communications and project management experience required; educational setting preferred. Experience creating and customizing communications for print, web, and social media campaigns required.

The Office of Communication offers a fun, collaborative, and dynamic work environment. The team is mission-driven and aligned with the goals of Phillips Academy, and the success of our community is always clearly in mind. Some night and weekend work is necessary to complete the requirements of the role.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

General Counsel

Coordinator, Community Conduct Council (CCC)

Under general direction by the Academy’s General Counsel, Phillips Academy is seeking a CCC Coordinator to work closely with residential life to foster a safe and supportive environment that is conducive to the academic pursuit and healthy development of the Academy’s student community.

The CCC Coordinator oversees and coordinates investigations into student concerns about bullying, hazing, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct. This role will also help to develop and implement educational programs regarding bullying, hazing, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct prevention, ensuring faculty and students understand the Academy’s policies and, where applicable, responsibilities under the law.

Candidates must be willing to work on a part-time basis (estimated .50 FTE) and have the ability to work remotely.

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree in relevant field preferred (e.g., JD, HRM, MSW, etc.)
  • 3-5 years of experience investigating claims involving bullying, hazing, harassment, and/or sexual misconduct. Investigating within an educational setting or for education clients preferred.
  • Trauma informed training preferred.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversee, coordinate, and ensure investigations of reports of bullying, hazing, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct are adequate, timely, confidential, and impartial.
  • Work with Human Resources, Dean of Students, and/or General Counsel to identify and provide appropriate education for faculty and staff regarding bullying, hazing, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct.
  • Maintain comprehensive and organized files including a case management system.
  • Be available as needed during the evening and on weekends to accommodate student and faculty schedules and the academy’s residential setting.
  • Maintain appropriate home office and technology to effectively communicate with students and colleagues outside of normal business hours.

· Travel to campus to conduct interviews and attend meetings as needed.

· Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Familiar with federal and state laws related to bullying, hazing, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct.
  • Knowledge of and experience with mandatory reporting laws and process in Massachusetts.
  • Ability to investigate and analyze information, draw conclusions, and summarize those conclusions clearly and effectively.
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills, including being an excellent listener.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
  • Conflict resolution and/or mediation skills.
  • Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart confidential information.
  • Ability to communicate and relate well with adolescent/young adult students, their families, and Phillips Academy faculty and staff.
  • Must be comfortable with face-to-face interaction regarding sensitive/personal topics.
  • Superior organizational skills and ability to effectively manage time and competing demands and deadlines.
  • Experience with committees and teams to achieve complex tasks and projects.
  • Attention to detail. Does not let important details slip through the cracks or derail a project.
  • Honesty and integrity. Earns trust and maintains confidence.

If interested, please apply online by June 30, 2019.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Office of Academy Resources

Director of Annual Giving

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Director of Annual Giving leads Phillips Academy’s effort to raise restricted and unrestricted current use support of approximately $12 million and to grow donor participation. He/she/they 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 of the Director of Annual Giving:

  • Oversee a class-and-reunion based program that solicits gifts annually through volunteers and staff;
  • Lead Andover’s strategies to increase the Andover Fund, meeting and/or exceeding both unrestricted and restricted current use goals;
  • Provide strategic direction to segmentation and messaging directed toward growing donor count through acquisition of new donors and retention of current donors;
  • Participate in leading the development initiatives of Phillips Academy under the direction of the Director of Development and in partnership with key colleagues;
  • Manage and mentor Annual Giving Team: including skill development, professional development, goal setting and collaboration;
  • Provide 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;
  • Demonstrate effective front line fundraising by working a portfolio, demonstrating full understanding and implementation of the process, qualification through stewardship;
  • Lead all aspects of volunteer management: creating and managing to expectations, effective communication, goal setting and efficient support;
  • Produce compelling and strong communications;
  • Night and weekend work is required for events and donor engagements, both on campus and off;
  • Travel—including overnight travel—is required, both locally off-campus as well as out of state.

View the full job description. Kindly send nominations or expressions of interest to:

Lisa Byala
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T: (212) 547–9536
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Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Assistant Director, Gift Planning

The Gift Planning team at Phillips Academy is comprised of three staff members, focused on increasing future and current support for the Academy’s core priorities. This includes revocable and irrevocable gifts, using estate and retirement planning to accomplish a donor’s intention. The gift planning program typically identifies $7M - $15M a year in new expectancies and typically administers $5M+/year in matured gifts.

The Assistant Director of Gift Planning will play a key role in generating planned gifts for the Academy. The ideal candidate will balance an active external presence with alumni, managing his/her own portfolio, with proactive volunteer management of a class leadership program. Additionally, the assistant director will bring a strong collaborative skill set in order to work closely with key reunion gift efforts and colleagues on both the major and annual giving teams.

The assistant director will help to elevate the number of external conversations that include gift planning across the department’s development team. The pro-active assistant director will work with the director of gift planning to realize program targets and with the development team to build confidence and skill in moving their prospects toward blended gifts.

Minimum job qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combined with continuing professional development in the areas of fundraising, gift planning, and financial and wealth advising; and

Three to five years of work experience, inclusive of fundraising for planned gifts or other related work experience, with some knowledge of the tax and legal benefits of charitable giving.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Excellent attention to detail; high level of communication and organizational skills, as well as proficient computer and database skills. Self-motivation with the ability to prioritize, take initiative and work independently is highly valued.

Ability to work with volunteers, one’s immediate team and advancement colleagues. Ability to be a contributing part of a positive work environment through collaboration and active partnership.

The successful candidate will have gift planning marketing experience in addition to a strong sense of how to tactfully engage individuals, couples and families on topics of financial planning and legacy giving. Those candidates who possess an interest and particularly a skill in finance and financial instruments are welcome.

Travel is required to engage donor prospects and to steward existing donors. Occasional night and/or weekend work is required to serve Academy and alumni needs.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Assistant Director, Annual Giving

The Assistant Director, under the supervision of the Associate Director of Annual Giving, is charged with developing a robust culture of philanthropy amongst a set of classes, including 4-6 reunions classes and surrounding classes. This position is focused on volunteer management with an emphasis placed on personally securing 4-5 figure gifts to the Andover Fund.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Develop volunteer network of Head Agents and Agents in support of assigned reunions and classes, with special attention paid to classes celebrating a reunion year. This includes recruiting volunteers, providing input on training materials for volunteers, communicating regularly with volunteers around results, and establishing and meeting goals in partnership with volunteers and colleagues in the Office of Academy Resources.
  2. Personally solicit between 40-50 Non Sibi level gifts from members of assigned classes, with special attention paid to securing multi-year pledges from reunion prospects. A minimum of 5 5-figure gifts/pledges must be secured each fiscal year
  3. Develop, lead, or participate in training opportunities for volunteers. This includes leading conference calls, developing webinars, and arranging regional cultivation/training events.
  4. Works with Major Gifts staff, Alumni Engagement, and Planned Giving to maximize dollars raised for the Academy.
  5. Participate in interdepartmental initiatives and projects as needed as a member of the Annual Giving team and the Office of Academy Resources.

Minimum Position Requirements: Bachelor’s degree. Three to five years experience working in a fast-paced institution/professional setting. Experience in nonprofit /education fundraising preferred, specifically volunteer management related. Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Skills Required: Excellent attention to detail, communication and organizational skills, as well as proficient computer and database skills. Self-motivation with the ability to prioritize, take initiative and work independently with minimal supervision is critical. Proficiency in excel, access, word and other computer programs.

Ability to collaborate with immediate team and OAR colleagues. Delegate and manage multiple time-sensitive tasks with little supervision. Respect the confidential nature of the work. Keen attention to detail in writing and database management. Commitment and ability to articulate the mission of Phillips Academy.

Behavioral Attributes: Highly collaborative and motivated to meet goals; energetic, respectful, service-oriented and enthusiastic; Ability to respect and maintain confidences. Good judgment & strong interpersonal skills. Flexible problem-solver.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Administrative Assistant, Annual Giving

Phillips Academy seeks a full-time Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support for members of the Annual Giving department. The Administrative Assistant will support 2 Assistant and 1 Associate Directors of Annual Giving. The Administrative Assistant will support all activities related to prospect management, travel, data needs, reporting, and basic administrative needs of the team.

The Administrative Assistant will help plan, organize and coordinate events for specific groups of donors and volunteers; compile invitation lists and manage responses; interface with other departments for producing invitations and arranging catering needs. Assist with post-event follow up. Prepare regular prospect and giving reports, thank you notes, donor reports, and other updates. Assist with communications, mailings, research, data entry, filing, and other administrative projects, including entering contact reports. Maintain both electronic and paper records/files. Participate in interdepartmental initiatives and projects as needed.

Excellent attention to detail, communication and organizational skills, as well as proficient computer and database skills. Self-motivation with the ability to prioritize, take initiative and work independently with minimal supervision is critical. Proficiency in excel, access, word and other computer programs.

Ability to collaborate with immediate team and OAR colleagues. Delegate and manage multiple time-sensitive tasks with little supervision. Respect the confidential nature of the work. Keen attention to detail in writing and database management. Commitment and ability to articulate the mission of Phillips Academy. Ability to build and maintain a positive work environment by collaborating and partnering with colleagues in Annual Giving, OAR, and through the campus. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required to meet deadlines as well as to collaborate with OAR colleagues to serve our campus, alumni, and parent constituencies.

Bachelor’s degree required with 1-2 years’ experience working in a fast-paced institution/professional setting. Experience in nonprofit fundraising preferred.

Full background check required.

If interested, please apply online and include a cover letter and resume. Immediate review of applications.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.


SQL Programmer/Analyst

Reporting to the Associate Director of Analytics, Office of Academy Resources, Phillips Academy seeks a SQL Programmer/Analyst to support administrative databases utilized for the alumni engagement, fundraising and communication responsibilities of the Office of Academy Resources (OAR). The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years of Microsoft SQL programming experience, proficiency with reporting and data visualization tools such as SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) or Tableau, and strong problem solving and communication skills. Experience with fundraising, alumni engagement, and education databases and related software is strongly preferred. The duties of this position are fluid, and will include but not be limited to:

• Maintain and support the Microsoft SQL databases by writing queries; developing views for use in reporting; writing and running transact scripts, cursors, stored procedures; and scheduling overnight jobs

• Provide ad hoc reporting support and develop a suite of self-serve end user reports using SSRS and Tableau

• Partner with OAR operation staff to problem solve, support evaluate needs and options, and implement solutions. Maintain data interfaces between OAR and other campus databases as well as between software and outside vendors.

• Monitor daily processes.

• Assist with user account maintenance and administrative software security.

• Assist with administrative software upgrades.

• Partner and collaborate closely with colleagues in the Office of Information Technology; provide basic SQL database administration in conjunction with the Application Administrator and System Administrators.

• Perform other duties as required. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required to meet deadlines as well as to collaborate with OAR colleagues to serve our campus, alumni, and parent constituencies.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required:

1. Experience with practices and protocols for maintaining data security and integrity

2. Strong problem solving and communication skills

3. Keen attention to detail

4. Collaborative and positive attitude

5. Ability to make decisions and work independently, manage and prioritize several projects simultaneously, stay calm and work under pressure of deadlines, and respect confidentiality

Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher

Previous job experience: Two or more years transact-SQL programming experience, commensurate experience with reporting and data visualization tools such as Crystal Reports, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), or Tableau. Experience working with fundraising, alumni engagement, and education databases and related software is strongly preferred.

Salary to commensurate with experience.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

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.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Office of Information Technology

Associate Director of Network and Systems Services

With minimal supervision and under the general direction of the Director of Information Technology, the Associate Director of Network and Systems Services provides supervision and technical leadership to the Network and Systems Services (NSS) team. The NSS team is responsible for enterprise network and system technologies including, communication links, routing, switching, load balancers, wired and wireless networks, authentication, security, Windows and Linux servers, related infrastructure and cloud based applications and services. The Associate Director acts as a hands-on technical supervisor and is a resource for technology based projects and tasks touching multiple functional and technical areas. Works with technical and non-technical staff on a regular basis and is required to communicate in a clear and concise manner. Makes decisions and recommendations regarding enterprise network technologies. Manages upgrades, projects and technology R&D efforts with a focus on operational stability, timeliness, attention to detail and customer focus. Interacts with vendors and contractors to secure networking and systems hardware, applications and services.

As a member of the OIT leadership team, the Associate Director of Network and Systems Services contributes to the development and execution of OIT strategy and ensures its alignment with the needs of the campus. This role provides strong leadership and coordination, vision, strategy, broad-based planning and hands-on responsibility operating the Academy’s IT infrastructure.

The technical environment of oversight includes a fiber-optic network connecting 75-plus buildings, with 120 network switches, over 500 wireless access points, 125-plus servers (Windows,/Linux) running on a VMware infrastructure, Dell/EMC Storage Area Network, Azure/Office 365, Active Directory, Unit4, Agilon, SQL, Sharepoint, etc.

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, IT, Engineering or related field and history of progressive experience in IT.

Hands-on technical experience in one or more of the following: Networking, Server Virtualization, Storage Management, Project Management, Telecommunications or IT Security.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provides leadership, design/architecture, installation and maintenance for the campus data network, enterprise technology infrastructure, and system administration.
  • Oversees and directs the work of staff; serves as mentor, coach and leader, and resolves complaints or issues.
  • Clearly defines performance expectations, ensures accountability, and provides ongoing informal feedback, coaching, and mentoring. Conducts formal performance evaluations
  • Develop, monitor and control infrastructure capital expenditure and operating budgets; review and approve expenditure requests.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently using sound judgment in technical knowledge and problem solving.
  • Work with management team to define goals, direction and overall strategic plan for OIT.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Working knowledge of at least two of the following:
    • Networks and Security - Switching, routing, wireless management, VOIP and related network protocols, and firewall/VPN technology.
    • Data center management - Servers, SANs, operating systems (Windows/Linux), enterprise virtualization technologies, preferably VMware.
    • Project Management
    • System related software such as: Active Directory, O365, ADFS, DHCP, DNS, Radius, Solarwinds, SQL etc.
    • Information Security
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, with the ability to explain complex technical concepts and requirements to a non-technical audience to effectively communicate needs.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with a wide variety of people and personalities and the ability to manage the same in a diverse community.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to develop and supervise staff by defining and prioritizing goals, assigning tasks, and providing guidance and direction; evaluates staff performance; promotes personal and professional development.
  • Ability to work outside normal operating hours to coordinate upgrades or troubleshooting.
  • Financial planning and budgeting experience

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Office of Physical Plant

Painter

Phillips Academy seeks a full time Painter in the Office of Physical Plant. Under general supervision, the Painter will primarily perform interior and exterior painting tasks on the wide range of campus buildings. As part of the Facilities Maintenance Team, they may be asked to perform other duties involving, but not limited to, carpentry, light plumbing, and other general maintenance work. Applicants must have basic computer skills, and experience in reading construction documents, shop drawings, layout work and material lists. Physical ability to perform all job functions as required in a facilities setting on a boarding high school campus. Overtime required as necessary. When emergencies and/or extreme weather conditions occur, the functions of this position may be deemed essential, and employees must report to work and/or remain on duty during their regularly scheduled work hours or the work hours designated by their supervisors. Must have and use personal vehicle while performing job duties.

Phillips Academy is pleased to offer a comprehensive benefits package to both full-time 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. Full background check required.

Please send a resume by June 14, 2019, to hr@andover.edu

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.


Grounds Person

Phillips Academy seeks a full-time grounds person. Qualified candidates must have at least three years of experience in land­scape maintenance; general knowledge of tree, shrub, and turf maintenance; and the ability to operate lawn-mowing equip­ment, assist in leaf and snow removal operations, work in all weather conditions, and lift 80 pounds. A Massachusetts Pesti­cide Applicators License, Hoisting License, and experience with turf management are a plus. This is a full-time position offering excellent benefits, 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.

A full background check, valid driver’s license and RMV check are required. If interested, please submit a resume to hr@andover.edu. Review of resumes to begin upon receipt. This 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 HSA/HRA for eligible employees, 403(b) plan, vacation/personal and sick time as well as many other benefits.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.


Oliver Wendell Holmes Library

Makerspace Coordinator of Engineering & Robotics

Reporting to the Director of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library, Phillips Academy seeks an individual to support a growing interest among students and faculty in Engineering. The position will work in a newly renovated library which includes a 4,500 square foot makerspace outfitted with state of the art fabrication and prototyping equipment, lab space for robotics, and high capacity computing. A person in this role should be well equipped to teach mechanical and electrical engineering design processes and robotics.

Necessary Qualifications:

· A degree in physical science, any field of engineering, computer science or a related field with a broad range of experience working with modern engineering tools and software OR

· Artist, educator, or maker with a portfolio of realized physical computing or electronics projects with an undergraduate degree in any field

· Love of learning and an eagerness to address any skills gaps

· Ability to work with a wide range of students and educators in a dynamic classroom environment

· Comfortable working with high school students

· Experience in design and fabrication using a range of materials and tools

Desired skills and experience:

· Experience with Arduino or other microcontroller platforms strongly preferred

· Theory and practical application of electrical circuits and components thereof

· C/C++ / Java

· 3D CAD modelling

· Use of 3D printer, laser cutter, vinyl cutter, and CNC router

· Other programming languages: Python, JavaScript, visual block languages (Scratch, AppInventor, etc)

· Robotics

· Basic theoretical concepts of computer science

· Teaching the use of tools including but not limited to laser cutter, 3D printer, CNC router hand tools, bandsaws, drill

· Shop management experience, and requisite certifications a plus

Job Requirements:

· Work closely with teachers to implement project based classroom curriculum

· Run weekly skill-oriented workshops

· Assist in curriculum development and testing

· Working knowledge of all local, state and national building and fire codes and other regulations applicable to area of responsibility including but not limited to NFPA, OSHA, EPA.

· Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with a diverse community of faculty, staff, and students

Experience:

· Prior experience in mentoring, organizing and managing design and engineering projects both at the individual level as well as a collaborative group.

· Engineering: 1 year (Preferred)

· Education: 1 year (Preferred)

Education:

· Bachelor's or Associate's degree (Required)

· Masters is Engineering preferred

Schedule

Generally the schedule of this position is Sunday-Thursday noon-8pm during the course of the academic year, 40 weeks per year (Sept. - May & July ) with breaks in December (winter break) and March (Spring Break) for a total of 1560 (.75 fte) hours per year.

In addition, to accommodate robotics program and associated travel, position may require a few Saturdays each year.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center

Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant

Phillips Academy seeks a certified nurse practitioner or physician assistant at the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center. This is an academic year plus Summer Session position. This is a full-time, .75 FTE, benefits-eligible position.

This position will have the following schedule:

The scheduled shifts include those listed below plus one additional per diem shift in a 4-week rotation:

Week 1: Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sat

Week 2: Sun, Mon, Thurs

Week 3: Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sat

Week 4: Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs

Daily hours are Monday through Friday 1:30pm-10:15pm and Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 10:15pm.

Applicants must be a graduate of Accredited Adult, Family, or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Program; hold current certification as ANP, FNP, PNP, or PA-C with licensure to practice in Massachusetts; hold current prescriptive privileges in Massachusetts; and hold a DEA license. Experience in pediatrics/adolescent medicine, urgent care, orthopedics, mental health, and reproductive health care preferred. Must feel comfortable using electronic health records for documentation. The successful candidate will maintain a strong commitment to wellness and quality health care for the students of Phillips Academy, with an emphasis on evidence-based approaches to care delivery and patient education. The ideal candidate is a professional looking for a positive work environment and works collaboratively as part of a team.

Key responsibilities, under the supervision of the Medical Director, include:

· provide high-quality clinical care to students seen at the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center for urgent care and observation/extended care visits;

· independently perform clinical/diagnostic assessments, provide care, and formulate treatment plans (including prescribing medications, ordering diagnostic tests, and referral to specialists, as needed) for students presenting to the wellness center for acute and chronic health care needs in accordance with best practice guidelines;

· provide reproductive health care and education for students, including access to contraception;

· maintain collaborative relationship with wellness team including nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, counselors, athletic trainers, physicians, and outside consultants;

· promote preventative medical care and health awareness/education through individual and group interactions with students, families, and the community.

Review of applications to begin immediately.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.


Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center

Registered Nurse

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, and 3: Sunday, Friday & Saturday 11:00pm-7:30am Week 2: Sunday 11pm-7:30am Week 4: Sunday & Thursday 11:00pm- 7:30am.

This position is a 0.5 FTE part time position. In order to reach 0.5FTE the position is expected to be a member of the per diem pool in addition to the scheduled shifts on the left in order to pick up an additional 3 shifts per month on average. These shifts can occur during any shift that is available.

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.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Robert S. Peabody Institute of Archaeology

Temporary Inventory Specialist

Reporting to the Curator of Collections at the Robert S. Peabody Institute of Archaeology, the Temporary Inventory Specialist is a 40 hour/week position that will last for 2 years. 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 pre-contact 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.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks as well as authorization to work in the United States.