Eaglebrook School seeks to attract, retain, and support faculty and staff who embrace the mission of our school: Eaglebrook School's role is to help each boy come into confident possession of his innate talents, improve the skills needed for success in secondary school, and establish values that will allow him to act with thoughtfulness and humanity. Eaglebrook School offers competitive salaries and benefits in a rewarding family atmosphere working with boys in grades six through nine.

Staff Openings

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  • Associate Director of Admissions & Financial Aid

    Eaglebrook is a school for boys in the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. In a warm, caring, structured atmosphere boys learn more than they ever thought possible, discover inner resources, develop self-confidence, and have fun along the way. Eaglebrook welcomes boys of any race, nationality, sexual orientation, or religion, and all share the same privileges and duties.
     
    Eaglebrook’s role is to help each boy come into full and confident possession of his innate talents, to improve the skills needed for the challenges of secondary school, and to establish values that will allow him to be a person who respects individual differences and acts with thoughtfulness and humanity.
     
    At the heart of the school is the shared life of teachers, their families, and boys working together. Teachers make learning an adventure and watch over each boy’s personal growth. They set the academic tone, coach the teams, serve as dormitory parents, and are available for a boy when he needs a friend. They endeavor to motivate boys to reach beyond the easily attained and help them realize that mistakes can lead to progress.
     
    Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
    • Greet and welcome families to Eaglebrook and describe all aspects of our learning environment and life on the hill
    • Interview students and report on each student’s attributes, capabilities, and potential to grow and develop
    • Serve as the main contact person and information provider for families that are going through the admissions and financial aid processes
    • Review other student files and serve on selection committees to help in the selection process
    • Maintain effective relationships with educational consultants and other industry professionals to help further the exposure to new students
    • Execute various projects and report to the director with information that can improve the functioning and effectiveness of the office.
    • Analyze and prepare financial aid documents and reports  
    • Take part in admissions and financial aid committee decisions during selection time.
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in education and experience
    • 1-3 years admissions and/or financial aid experience *middle school a plus
    • Familiarity and/0r comfort working in a CRM (preferably Blackbaud)
    • Outstanding oral and written communication skills
    • Strong, self-motivated work ethic, high energy, and competitive spirit
    • Appreciation for the value of diverse cultures, backgrounds, and experiences
    • Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively as a member of a diverse community
    • Valid driver’s license required and pass a CORE background check
    • Willingness to travel at the times to attend school fairs and conferences 
     
     
    Other standard duties may include coaching sports, participating in school events, fulfilling weekend duties, and attending meals.  Since Eaglebrook is a private boarding school, faculty also contribute to school life and act as a role model and mentor for the students throughout the day. Experience in any position in a school/academic setting including supervision of residential life a plus. Place of employment: Deerfield, MA. Send resume and cover letter to David Gagnon, Director of Human Resources, at david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org.
  • Communications Assistant

    ABOUT EAGLEBROOK SCHOOL
    Eaglebrook is a junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine, located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Founded in 1922, Eaglebrook’s vision is to help each student develop his unique gifts during the important middle school years, and our mission is to meet boys where they are in their development and to encourage them to build self-confidence through success. Eaglebrook offers a rich and diverse curriculum geared toward the learning styles of middle school boys.

    THE POSITION
    Can you tell a compelling story? Create communications that would entice prospective families to attend Eaglebrook School or inspire potential donors to take action? This position requires a dynamic, detail-oriented self-starter with strong writing, editing, and communications skills.
    The Communications Assistant will support the admissions, marketing, academic, and development departments.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Contribute to School’s marketing strategy
    • Write weekly compelling content for Eaglebrook School marketing, admissions, development, and academic channels
    • Write long features for the School magazine
    • Manage the School’s social media accounts using all active social media channels
    • Produce and edit video content for the School website and YouTube account
    • Keep the data and information on the School website accurate and up-to-date
    • Build special event forms and landing pages
    • Create and produce appropriate special event and marketing materials, postcards, invitations, and publications
    • Edit and post all photo albums to the School’s Flickr page & website
    • Gather content and write newsletters sent to employees, parents, students, and alumni on a weekly and bi-weekly basis
    • Review and edit content in publications, bulk email, website, and other communications from the School to ensure brand consistency in all School publications
    • Collaborate with the School’s videographer, designer, printer, and other vendors
    • Assist with managing vendors, including off-site designers, printers, and mail houses, for various print projects.
    • Assist with Newsletters and other Communications
    •  Serve as backup to the Director of Communications
    • Assist with Crisis Communications
    • Willing to work with students teaching an elective or coaching
    • Additional related duties as assigned
    REQUIREMENTS

    •  Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 2-5 years experience; or commensurate work-related experience
    • Experience in news, web, and long feature writing
    • Experience in movie and photo editing programs
    • Effective written and oral communicator, organized and must be comfortable working/interacting with people of all ages and levels
    • Similar work with an independent school or college/university is a plus
    • Appreciation and enthusiasm for Eaglebrook School’s mission and values and the ability to incorporate them in communications across media types
    • A warm, empathetic demeanor and a collaborative and flexible nature
    • Excellent organizational and time management skills
    • Strong work ethic and integrity
    • Experience with diverse cultural populations
  • Kitchen Staff

    The Position
    Prepare and serve meals to Eaglebrook students and faculty by following recipes while observing regulated sanitation protocols and standards. Responsible for proper processing or disposing of returned food. Clean and sanitize food prep stations and surfaces. Maintain a sense of urgency and understanding of when tasks must be complete. When necessary aid in all other areas of the dining services. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends.

    Responsibilities and Duties
    • Maintains a clean and orderly work station in the kitchen to the standards set by the department.
    • Aware and capable of addressing special dietary needs properly.
    • Receives and stocks inventory, rotates products and alerts of products to order.
    • Follows standardized recipes to prepare and expedite food for meal service’s.
    • Washes dishes, cleans and sanitizes food surfaces, empties trash and cleans the floor after every service.
    • Aids in dining hall setup/cleanup. 
    Qualifications
    • Three years experience in a high volume food service establishment.
    • Knife skills and knowledge of commercial kitchen equipment.
    • Basic baking concepts.
    • Works well with others and has the ability to follow direction with competence and understanding.
    • Displays an attention to detail and a sense of urgency.
    • Provides a current Servsafe certificate.
    • Ability to lift thirty pounds.
    • Valid driver’s license.
    • Fully vaccinated for Covid-19.
    • Ability to Pass a CORI Background Check

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org
  • Part Time Safety & Security Officer

    The Position
    Eaglebrook School actively seeks a part-time employee to work in the Department of Safety & Security. Reporting to the Director of Safety & Security, Security Officers at Eaglebrook School implement a community-based support model to safety and security, while acting as first responders to campus emergencies.

    The vacant position will staff Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 p.m.-6 a.m. when school is in session and Saturdays from 8 p.m.-8 a.m. when school is both in session and not in session. The successful candidate will also be available to assist with shift coverage, campus events, and other special details on an as-needed basis.

    Responsibilies 
    Emergency Response
    Officers are required to respond to and assist with all emergency calls, including but not limited to fire alarms, security alarms, door alarms, medicals, and 911 emergency calls. Officers are required to investigate any reports of suspicious activity. When necessary, officers are required to activate the campus emergency notification system.
    Safety & Security Functions
    Officers are required to proactively patrol the campus by foot, bicycle, and vehicle, answer all calls for service, ensure the physical security of buildings, unlock/lock buildings by schedule and request, conduct fire and safety code inspections, monitor security cameras, alarm, and disarm security alarms, direct traffic, cross pedestrians, and promote the safety and well-being of all the community members on campus.
    Community Relations
    Officers are required to provide support to the campus community by establishing positive and collaborative relations within the community. Officers are encouraged to engage in appropriate conversation with community members, to proactively assist with problem-solving, and to educate community members about campus safety and security. While working, officers are required to attend all-community events such as, but not limited to mealtimes, assemblies, and sporting events.
    Administrative Functions
    Officers are required to document all campus activity through a daily activity log, and to complete incident reports or fire alarm reports as necessary in a timely manner. Officers are also required to document and report findings of all fire code and safety inspections. Officers are required to attend training on or off-campus as scheduled. Officers are required to assist with the completion of other office duties as assigned.
    Conduct
    Officers are required to behave in a professional, respectful, and ethical manner at all times. Officers are required to comply with all Eaglebrook School policies, in addition to Safety & Security departmental policies. Officers are to maintain the confidentiality of all daily activity logs and all completed reports. Further, officers are required to maintain the security of any other confidential knowledge that may be shared with the department. Officers are expected to work any part-time shifts, events, or details that they are assigned.

    Desired Skills
    • 1-3 years of customer service-based experience
      Have the ability to effectively interact with adults, adolescents, and children
    • Ability to demonstrate reliability and work as a team member
      Competence with Microsoft Office applications
    • Ability to learn and operate internet and mobile-based applications
    • Ability to effectively work in high-stress situations
    • First Responder and CPR/AED preferred
    • Valid driver’s license required
    • High school diploma or equivalent required

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to
    phillip.snow@eaglebrook.org

Faculty Openings

For all faculty positions, both classroom and athletic, Eaglebrook seeks caring, thoughtful candidates who are dedicated to fostering the growth and learning of middle school boys in grades 6, 7, 8, and 9. We seek faculty who want to be fully engaged in all aspects of school life: academics, athletics, residential and extra-curricular. At the heart of all teaching, coaching, and advising at Eaglebrook are the Core Skills & Values, competencies that we seek to teach and nurture in all facets of our student's lives. The school offers many opportunities for professional growth within a close-knit, supportive community for educators.

Learn more about Teaching at Eaglebrook School.

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  • English Teaching Position

    ABOUT EAGLEBROOK SCHOOL 
    Eaglebrook is a junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine, located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Founded in 1922, Eaglebrook’s vision is to help each student develop his unique gifts during the important middle school years, and our mission is to meet boys where they are in their development and to encourage them to build self-confidence through success. Eaglebrook offers a rich and diverse curriculum geared toward the learning styles of middle school boys.

    THE POSITION
    Eaglebrook School seeks an English Teacher.  Responsibilities: Develop curriculum; select materials; plan lessons; assess and grade students; communicate and meet with department chair, advisors, and parents; and design/implement individualized plans where needed. The teacher must also teach an elective; act as a dormitory advisor, and act as an advisor to a group of 6 to 10 students. Other standard duties include coaching sports, participating in school events, fulfilling weekend duties, and attending meals.  Since Eaglebrook is a private boarding school, faculty also contribute to school life and act as a role model and mentor for the students throughout the day. Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in English or related field; experience in any position in a school/academic setting including supervision of residential life a plus. Place of employment: Deerfield, MA. Send resume and cover letter to David Gagnon, Director of Human Resources, at david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org
  • French Teaching Position

    ABOUT EAGLEBROOK SCHOOL
    Eaglebrook is a junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine, located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Founded in 1922, Eaglebrook’s vision is to help each student develop his unique gifts during the important middle school years, and our mission is to meet boys where they are in their development and to encourage them to build self-confidence through success. Eaglebrook offers a rich and diverse curriculum geared toward the learning styles of middle school boys.

    The Position

    Eaglebrook School seeks a French Teacher. The French Teacher will teach three (3) academic classes per year at the Middle School level.

    Responsibilities
    Develop curriculum; select materials; plan lessons; assess and grade students; communicate with and meet with department chair, advisors, and parents; and design/implement individualized plans where needed. The teacher must also teach one (1) trimester of an elective; act as a dormitory advisor, and act as an advisor to a group of 6 to 10 students. Other standard duties include coaching sports, participating in school events, fulfilling weekend duties, and attending meals. Since Eaglebrook is a private boarding school, faculty also contribute to school life and act as a role model and mentor for the students throughout the day.

    Minimum requirements:
    • Bachelor’s degree in French or related field.
    • Experience in any position in a school/academic setting including supervision of residential life a plus.
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to
    David Gagnon, Director of Human Resources, at david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org

  • Latin Teaching Postion

    ABOUT EAGLEBROOK SCHOOL
    Eaglebrook is a junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine, located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Founded in 1922, Eaglebrook’s vision is to help each student develop his unique gifts during the important middle school years, and our mission is to meet boys where they are in their development and to encourage them to build self-confidence through success. Eaglebrook offers a rich and diverse curriculum geared toward the learning styles of middle school boys.
     
     
    THE POSITION
    Eaglebrook School seeks a Latin Teacher.  The Latin Teacher will teach academic classes. Responsibilities: Develop curriculum; select materials; plan lessons; assess and grade students; communicate and meet with department chair, advisors, and parents; and design/implement individualized plans where needed. The teacher must also teach an elective; act as a dormitory advisor; and act as an advisor to a group of 6 to 10 students. Other standard duties include coaching sports, participating in school events, fulfilling weekend duties, and attending meals.  Since Eaglebrook is a private boarding school, faculty also contribute to school life and act as a role model and mentor for the students throughout the day. Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in English or related field; experience in any position in a school/academic setting including supervision of residential life a plus. Place of employment: Deerfield, MA. Send resume and cover letter to David Gagnon, Director of Human Resources, at david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org
  • Science Teaching Position

    ABOUT EAGLEBROOK SCHOOL
    Eaglebrook is a junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine, located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Founded in 1922, Eaglebrook’s vision is to help each student develop his unique gifts during the important middle school years, and our mission is to meet boys where they are in their development and to encourage them to build self-confidence through success. Eaglebrook offers a rich and diverse curriculum geared toward the learning styles of middle school boys.
     
    THE POSITION
    Eaglebrook School seeks Science Teacher.  The Science Teacher will teach academic classes at the 6th through 9th Grade level. Responsibilities: Develop curriculum; select materials; plan lessons; assess and grade students; communicate and meet with department chair, advisors, and parents; and design/implement individualized plans where needed. The teacher must also teach an elective; act as a dormitory advisor, and act as an advisor to a group of 6 to 10 students. Other standard duties include coaching sports, participating in school events, fulfilling weekend duties, and attending meals.  Since Eaglebrook is a private boarding school, faculty also contribute to school life and act as a role model and mentor for the students throughout the day. Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Science or related field; experience in any position in a school/academic setting including supervision of residential life a plus. Place of employment: Deerfield, MA. Send resume and cover letter to David Gagnon, Director of Human Resources, at david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org.
Those applicants interested in applying for any position at Eaglebrook School should submit a letter of interest along with their resume to:

David Gagnon
Director of Human Resources 
Eaglebrook School
271 Pine Nook Road, P.O. Box 7
Deerfield, Massachusetts 01342
david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org

Equal Opportunity Employment

Eaglebrook School is an equal opportunity employer, and will not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any employee or applicant in any manner prohibited by law.
271 Pine Nook Road   |   P. O. Box 7   |    Deerfield, MA 01342   |   413-774-7411