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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  • Theater Coordinator

    The Position
    Eaglebrook School seeks a Theater Coordinator. The Theater Coordinator's main role is to develop and manage the fall, winter and spring theatrical productions and electives. Additionally, it is the Coordinator’s job to ensure that these productions are engaging and appropriate based on our population. The Coordinator will communicate opportunities for the students and faculty to participate in theater with enthusiasm and passion. Specifically, the coordinator will: 

    • Work with the Dean of School Life and Director of Studies at periodic meetings to implement scheduling.
    • Help schedule and coordinate the three main drama productions during the year.
    • Direct one but likely two of the productions.
    • Manage the props and equipment used in plays and help coordinate use of the assembly area.
    • Periodically offer theatre electives as the coordinator’s schedule permits.
    • Encourage student and faculty participation.  
    • Must be available and on campus from 4:00-8:00 p.m. four days per week during the school year. During productions, some weekend duty may be required. 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
    • Experience directing theatrical productions and working with children.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to

    David Gagnon, Director of Human Resources, at david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org
  • 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
  • General Maintenance & Grounds Staff

    The Position
    Maintain a safe, clean, and aesthetically pleasing campus with attention to detail. Provide support to all events/functions on campus and be professional & courteous at all times to all faculty, staff, students, & guests.


    Essential Duties & Responsibilities
    • Conduct routine inspections of premises and equipment.
    • Perform preventative maintenance.
    • Handle basic repairs and maintenance.
    • Oversee contractors when professional repairs are necessary.
    • Diagnosing mechanical issues and correcting them.
    • Repairing machines, equipment, or structures as necessary.
    • General groundskeeping including weeding, mulching, planting, and seasonal clean-up.
    • Snow removal.
    • Snowmaking and chair lift operations on ski hill.
    • Moves furniture and other items within a building, as directed, to ensure proper cleaning. Sets up tables and chairs in auditorium or hall.
    • Must attend training and development classes and/or sessions as directed by the Director of Physical Plant.
    • Maintains levels of attendance, punctuality, and appearance as required by departmental standards.

    Qualifications
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • Previous experience in buildings & grounds maintenance preferred, but not required.
    • Ability to work effectively with all members of the school community in a pleasant, cooperative manner.
    • Good verbal and written communication skills necessary.
    • Valid Driver’s License
    • Applicant must consent to a criminal background check.

    Education and/or Experience 

    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Must be capable of performing multiple tasks and able to function effectively in a fast-paced environment.
    • Must be able to successfully complete CPR & AED certified courses.

    Language Skills 

    • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and Material Safety Data Sheets.

    Reasoning Ability 

    • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to resolve problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

    Certificates, Licenses, and/or Registrations 

    • Valid driver’s license

    Physical Demands

    • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • Must be able to lift up to 75lbs.
    • Able to climb stairs and step ladders up to 10 feet high.
    • Pushing/pulling parking cleaning equipment, mopping or vacuuming up water spills, moving equipment.
    • The employee frequently is required to stoop, kneel, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance.

    Work Environment 

    • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to David Gagnon,
    Director of HR david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org and Wes Smith, Director of Physical Plant wsmith@eaglebrook.org.
  • Lifeguard

    The Position
    Reporting to the Director of Athletics and the Director of Aquatics, the Lifeguard will maintain constant surveillance of patrons in the Schwab Pool facility. Enforce pool rules and act immediately and effectively to secure the safety and well-being of patrons in the event of an emergency. As well as provide emergency care and treatment as needed until the arrival of emergency personnel.


    Primary Duties and Responsibilities
    • Monitor activities in and near the water through patron surveillance.
    • Identify and prevent injuries by minimizing or eliminating hazardous situations or behaviors.
    • Enforce facility rules and regulations consistently.
    • Inform and educate patrons about pool rules and regulations.
    • Recognize and respond quickly and effectively to all emergencies.
    • Administer first aid and CPR, including using an automated external defibrillator (AED) and, if trained, administering emergency oxygen.
    • Work as a team with other lifeguards, faculty, staff, and management.
    • Receives patron complaints, feedback, and suggestions and responds appropriately. 

    Secondary Duties

    • Assist patrons (assist with safety orientations, assist with administering swim tests, and fitting life jackets).
    • Cleaning or performing maintenance.
    • Performing opening duties, closing duties, and assisting with safety checks and inspections.

    Minimum Qualifications
    • Current Certification in Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED.
    • Ability to take directions.
    • Ability to manage and coordinate several activities using good communication interpersonal.
    • Public relations and administration skills.
    • Ability to work weekends, and evenings.
    • Self-motivated with the ability to work without supervision.
    • Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing; ability to create effective working relationships with employees and the public. 

    Physical Demands
    • Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work and will require the ability to remain standing for extended periods of time, go up and down flights of steps, lift and push heavy carts as well as stoop, squat, bend, kneel, crouch, and lift.
    • Ability and dexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather than with whole hands or arms.
    • Communication skills using spoken and written word.
    • Ability to see with normal parameters. 
    • Ability to hear within normal range.

    Working Conditions
    • The working conditions in the pool environment typically contain wet and slippery surfaces.
    • Days of week (some or all time slots to be filled)
    • Weekdays 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
    • Weekends 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. and 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    • Starting in September 2021
     
    Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills of personnel so classified.

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

    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 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.

    RESPONSIBILITIES
    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
    Job Type: Part-time

    Pay: $17.00 - $17.01 per hour
    Schedule:
    • 12-hour shift
    • 8-hour shift
    • Holidays
    • Night shift
    • Weekend availability
    COVID-19 considerations:
    The successful candidate will be required to adhere to an employee Code of Behavior, complete a daily health assessment, and complete COVID-19 testing when required.
    The successful candidate will be fully vaccinated unless otherwise exempted.

    Education:
    High school or equivalent (Required)

    Experience:
    Customer Service: 3 years (Preferred)
    Public Safety or Related: 3 years (Preferred)

    License/Certification:
    Driver's License (Required)

    Work Location:
    One location

    Company's website:
    No
    COVID-19 Precaution(s):
    Personal protective equipment provided or required
    Social distancing guidelines in place
    Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place


    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to

    phillip.snow@eaglebrook.org
  • Staff Nurse

    Great positions for energetic nurses looking for something different. Triaging skills essential. Emergency Room and experience working with middle school children preferred. Be part of a great team. Full and part-time positions available for all shifts including evenings, weekends and days.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to david.gagnon@eaglebrook.org

Faculty Openings

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  • Teaching Positions

    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.

    There are no openings at this time.

    Learn more about Teaching at Eaglebrook School.
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