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Employment Opportunities

By passionately pursuing core teaching beliefs that set us apart, we create the extraordinary every day at PBS. We guide children to cultivate their individual talents, explore and dig deep while working and reflecting together. In the process they discover their best selves – they flourish.

Phillips Brooks School is an inspiring work environment where:

  • Understanding each student is at the heart of our work;
  • Faculty continually model and practice social learning skills and core values;
  • Dynamic, energized classroom environments are key;
  • Engaged student are invested in meaningful work;
  • Support and respect is given for each member of our expert faculty team;
  • Highly collaborative faculty are committed to integrated planning;
  • Growth mindset is prevalent: Research and best practice-driven, facilitated through ongoing professional development;
  • Receptive and supportive administrative leadership work closely with faculty;
  • There is strong alignment around approaches, standards and learning goals;
  • Each faculty member is appreciated and supported by families.

 

Faculty Positions

Elementary Lead Teacher: PBS announces a search for an elementary-grades lead teacher, beginning in August 2017.
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Art Teacher (K–5):  PBS announces a search for a full-time Art Teacher beginning in August 2017.
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Learning Specialist: PBS announces a search for a full-time Learning Specialist beginning in August 2017. The Learning Specialist will be responsible for the learning services program for Kindergarten through 5th-grade students. The Learning Specialist meets with teachers to discuss individual children; screens children for learning and developmental differences; recommends teaching strategies to meet individual needs; provides service directly to students individually, in small groups, and within the classrooms; and works with teachers and parents to recommend outside testing, tutoring, or other indicated special services. The Learning Specialist educates faculty, parents, and students about learning and teaching styles and strategies.
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Associate Teacher Program: Phillips Brooks School offers an Associate Teacher Program for individuals interested in exploring a career in early childhood and/or elementary education. For more information about this program, click here, or please contact employment@phillipsbrooks.org

Staff and Administrative Positions

Director of Educational Technology: PBS has created a new role, Director of Educational Technology, to lead its technology program. The Director will support the integration of technology, develop a new vision for innovation and design, and oversee IT support and operations. In addition, this new position will be responsible for uniting multiple aspects of the technology program, establishing an overall IT strategy, and creating a plan to lead/mentor teachers in delivering a first-class approach to technology integration into the curriculum.
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Director of Emotional Intelligence: PBS is building on its strength in social-emotional learning by creating and offering a new, cutting-edge, distinctive Emotional Intelligence (EI) Program. The Director of Emotional Intelligence is a new position that offers an opportunity for the successful candidate to lead this important effort. 
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Director of Facilities:  The Director of Facilities is a key leadership role that brings a strategic vision for facilities to the school and aligns this vision with best practices. The Director also connects this vision to daily operations by directing, guiding, and systematizing facilities work.
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