Phillips Brooks School (PBS) announces a search for an early-childhood educator in our Pre-Kindergarten program, beginning August 2019. Reporting to the Director of Preschool – 2nd Grade, the Early Learning Center Lead Teacher runs a classroom of up to 15 students with support from a dedicated associate teacher and several shared specialist resources.
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By passionately pursuing core teaching beliefs that set us apart, we create the extraordinary every day at Phillips Brooks School. 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.
PBS 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 students 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 mindsets are prevalent.
- Research and proven best-practices drive decision-making, facilitated through ongoing professional development.
- Receptive and supportive administrative leaders work closely with faculty.
- Approaches to teaching, professional standards, and learning goals are strongly aligned.
- Each faculty member is appreciated and supported by families.
Phillips Brooks School (PBS) announces a search for an elementary-grades lead teacher, beginning August 2019. Reporting to the corresponding grade-level director, the Elementary Lead Teacher is responsible for instruction in literacy, math, and social studies.
The Associate Teacher Program at PBS inspires people to be a part of the education community by deepening their experience as educators. We invite individuals who are excited to explore their future in the teaching profession to join our program.
Phillips Brooks School (PBS) announces a search for a full-time co-teacher in 4th grade, beginning in August 2019. Reporting to the Director of 3rd–5th Grades and Specialists, the Upper Elementary Co-teacher teaches alongside two lead teachers at their grade level.
The top goal for Phillips Brooks School (PBS) is the best education for all students. We are seeking a Special Programs Manager to elevate strategies that will drive the school’s co-curricular, enrichment, and special programs. This newly expanded role will lead our efforts to provide students with opportunities to explore their passions and interests outside of our classroom-based curriculum. A primary objective for the role and for the program is to increase each student’s self-awareness, collaboration, intellectual engagement, global citizenship, and empathy in ways that meet all of our current and future teaching and learning needs.
Under the direction of the Assistant Head of School for Advancement and Strategy, the Campaign Manager will support the execution of Phillips Brooks School's exciting new fundraising priorities. PBS has a wonderfully generous community and has had unprecedented success in both fundraising and volunteerism on campus, and we hope to continue that momentum with several upcoming new initiatives. The Campaign Manager is responsible for managing PBS’s capital campaign; supporting the efforts of the school’s leadership; and leading the Capital Campaign Committee to cultivate, solicit and steward campaign and leadership donors. This essential position will help support the school's mission to encourage joyful giving and enthusiastically celebrate the generosity of volunteers, donors, and other stakeholders.
Under the direction of the Assistant Head of School for Advancement and Strategy, the Advancement Services Associate will support the execution of Phillips Brooks School's fundraising, marketing, and communications efforts during a very exciting time for the school. PBS has a wonderfully generous community and has had unprecedented success in both fundraising and volunteerism on campus, and we hope to continue that momentum with several upcoming new initiatives. The Advancement Services Associate will work with the Director of Annual and Leadership Giving and the Director of Marketing and Communications to support the school's mission and vision, to enable curricular and program innovation and growth, to ensure effective engagement with the school’s various constituencies and our greater community, and to accurately and enthusiastically celebrate the generosity of volunteers, donors, and other stakeholders.
PBS is looking for substitute teachers who share our core values and have experience working with students. We offer competitive pay and a great work environment.