|Welcome to the Holderness School. Community forms the backbone of what we do here, and the people who work here – regardless of their position and/or responsibilities – become an integral part of that community, each working to educate our students as they prepare for college and for life. If you are interested in becoming a part of our community, please contact us.|
Holderness School is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any employee or applicant in any manner prohibited by law.
|Director of Events and Constituent Networks|
Holderness School seeks a dynamic and experienced professional to serve as Director of Events and Constituent Networks. This position works in collaboration with Advancement and External Relations staff to plan and coordinate fundraising events, donor relations events, and public relations events, and other select events for the school and the Head of School. Coordinates and manages volunteers and networking programs. Read or download the full position description.
|Managing Director of the Holderness Fund|
Holderness School seeks a dynamic and experienced professional to serve as the Managing Director of the Holderness Fund. This position provides leadership in designing, implementing, and evaluating programs whose purpose is to build a long-term base of support while also raising maximum support for Holderness School. The overall goal of the Holderness Fund Program is to raise unrestricted current-use funds for operations, scholarships, and other areas of greatest need within the school. The Managing Director will create, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive, multi-year plan to increase strategic solicitation of financial support from alumni, parents, and friends of the school.
Read or download the full position description.
|Faculty Positions, 2013-2014|
Holderness always loves to hear from outstanding educators who would be interested in becoming part of our faculty for the next academic year. A Master's degree is preferred but is not required. At Holderness, a typical faculty member teaches four classes (two preps), does dormitory or evening duty twice/week, and coaches, teaches arts, or oversees extra-curricular work in the afternoons.
School transcripts and letters of recommendation are not required at first, but will be required after preliminary screening.
Please email inquiries to George Macomber, Associate Head of School at firstname.lastname@example.org
. No phone calls please. We prefer electronic attachments rather than paper letters.
Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires.