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Employment Opportunities

General Employment Inquiries

Details

If you are interested in a faculty position at Brunswick, please send your resume to Susan Amill, Assistant to the Head of School, using the address below. Please indicate the school level you are interested in teaching and the subject matter for Middle and Upper School. Your resume will be forwarded to the head of the appropriate division and/or the chairman of the academic department.

Brunswick School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in any phase of employment. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, or any other legally protected status.

Contact

Susan Amill
100 Maher Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
203.625.5800
samill@brunswickschool.org

Director of Stewardship & Donor Relations

Role

Director of Stewardship & Donor Relations (DOSDR) is responsible for helping design, implement, manage, and coordinate a comprehensive donor relations and stewardship system that appropriately and consistently promotes interaction with and recognition of donors at all levels within the Ever Stronger, Ever Brunswick Campaign and the overall fundraising operation for Brunswick School.

In addition, the position must sustain positive and mutually rewarding relations between the school and its donors, partner with Brunswick Development Directors to determine the best strategies for effective stewardship of donors, maintain ongoing and active networking with internal and external constituencies, and advise on the facilitation of recognition events and coordinate various activities for donor societies.

Organizational Relationships

The DOSDR primarily reports to the Director of Development and has a close working relationship with the Chief Advancement Officer as well, given the position’s importance to the Campaign. To effectively fulfill the responsibilities of the position, the DOSDR works closely with all of the Development Office staff and will also interact with other prominent and important Brunswick School leaders, faculty, and current students.

Essential Duties

The DOSDR helps lead the school’s efforts to enhance and strengthen our donors’ relationships with the school, improving retention and increasing the likelihood of continued contributions. There are multiple existing programs to build trust, communicate impact, and recognize and engage our donors, and the DOSDR coordinates their implementation to create a vibrant donor experience.

  1. Facilitates the communication of donor impact through the creation of a variety of customized reports for donors at all levels. These include (but are not limited to):
      1. Annual impact materials for our leadership donors, personalized for our top-end donors.
      2. Annual impact reporting and financial performance reporting for our endowed fund donors.
      3. Consistent communication with our Annual Fund donors through a variety of media — email, print, web, social media — regarding the impact of their annual giving.
      4. Consistent communication with Campaign donors to specific projects through a variety of media — email, print, web, social media — regarding the progress of these Campaign efforts.
      5. Personalized photobooks or other pieces for specific donors or a group of donors.

These communication pieces are created collaboratively with a variety of constituents within the Development and Communications teams at Brunswick School.

  1. Responsible for the creation, tracking, and installation of philanthropic and honorific naming opportunities throughout campus.
  2. Coordinates and monitors Brunswick School’s giving societies with the goal to help grow their affinity and membership.
  3. Proactively supports the stewardship responsibilities of the Development staff by assisting them in establishing and coordinating individualized stewardship plans for donors to the school.
  4. Maintains strong relationships with multiple departments throughout campus, including:
      1. Business Office to assist with the tracking of endowed and other specialized funds.
      2. Admission Office to assist with scholarship awards that meet donor requirements.
      3. The Head of School’s office to coordinate acknowledgments and stewardship for top donors.
      4. The Academic and Athletic Offices to be able to report the impact of academic and athletic programs, prizes, and other student and faculty-related initiatives.
  5. Oversees regular audit and reconciliation of our endowed funds to assure proper spend and distribution allocations annually.
  6. Develops and assesses policies and procedures across the Development Office and the school that are essential for a comprehensive donor relations program.
Additional Duties/Knowledge Requirements

Extremely important are the knowledge and ability to create, execute and/or support, and oversee a comprehensive school-wide donor acknowledgement and recognition plan, including advising on complex and carefully orchestrated cultivation events and programs for the school’s donors.

It is necessary for the incumbent to possess the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Being detail oriented, well organized, focused and goal oriented, with a high level of initiative and energy, is essential, as well as being adept at problem solving and using judgment in situations requiring independent initiative and tact.

The ability to interact comfortably, tactfully, and effectively with varied internal and external constituencies is essential. The incumbent will interact on behalf of the school with donors from all of its various constituencies — and must display a high level of maturity and personal integrity and the ability to understand, develop, and sustain resilient and dynamic relationships with donors, colleagues, and senior administration. Excellent organizational, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills are essential.

Education and Experience

A bachelor’s degree is required with experience (3-5 years), preferably in independent schools or higher education (or a comparably complex organization), in development, stewardship, advancement services, or related fields. Previous experience interacting with donors is pivotal. Experience with RE/NXT is preferred.

Submit Resume

Interested applicants should send a resume and a cover letter to:

Meghan Gould
100 Maher Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
203.625.5800
mgould@brunswickschool.org

Gift Records and Database Manager

Role

The Gift Records and Database Manager (GRDM) is responsible for the performance, integrity, and security of Brunswick School’s Raiser’s Edge/NXT database. The GRDM is an essential team member in utilizing the donor data and Raiser’s Edge/NXT to accelerate and enhance fundraising, engagement, stewardship, and reporting.

Organizational Relationships

The GRDM primarily reports to the Director of Development and has a close working relationship with the Chief Advancement Officer as well, given the position’s importance to the Campaign. To effectively fulfill the responsibilities of the position, the GRDM works closely with all of the Development Office staff and will also interact with other prominent and important Brunswick School leaders, faculty, and current students.

Essential Duties

The GRDM helps lead the school’s efforts to securely and accurately oversee constituent records, gift/donor information, and the overall integrity of Brunswick School’s donor database.

  1. Manages the Raiser’s Edge donor database, including maintenance, global changes, gift entry, reporting, queries, and data cleanup projects. Continually provides current, consistent, and accurate data.
  2. Reconciles each month with the Business Office by providing gift summary and detail, account distribution, and cash receipts for all cash/check/credit card donations.
  3. In charge of processing online donations using Online Express.
  4. Implements data entry protocols and procedures, including consistent recording practices and updated contact information.
  5. Oversees switchover to new fiscal year.
  6. Processes all donations, capturing with exceptional accuracy all contribution and donor information.
  7. Develops and delivers clear and accurate campaign reporting and tracking vehicles, as well as instructions for reports, dashboards, and data exports. Reports include but are not limited to LYBUNT, SYBUNT, pledge schedules, mailings, donor lists, appeal tracking, and grants.
  8. Develops, runs, and reviews routine donor and gift reporting audits to ensure accurate gift entry and acknowledgment.
  9. Helps to update and maintain standard operating procedures for gift entry, queries, and reports as well as campaign, fund, and appeal codes and packages.
  10. Produces reports on active, inactive, and lapsed donors.
  11. Reconciles student information system with Raiser’s Edge.
  12. Ensures compliance with data policies.
  13. Assists with the production and distribution of publications, solicitations, and school-wide mailings.
Additional Duties/Knowledge Requirements

It is necessary for the incumbent to possess the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Being detail oriented, well organized, focused, and goal oriented, with a high level of initiative and energy, is essential, as well as being adept at problem solving and using judgment in situations requiring independent initiative and tact. The ability to interact comfortably, tactfully, and effectively with varied internal and external constituencies is essential. Excellent organizational, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills are essential.

Education and Experience

A bachelor’s degree is required with experience (3-5 years), preferably in independent schools or higher education (or a comparably complex organization), in development, advancement services, or related fields. Candidates must also have experience working with fundraising/development software platforms (Raiser’s Edge/NXT) and possess strong computer skills. The incumbent must possess a maturity of judgment, high level of accuracy, and close attention to detail when managing various data driven projects — as well as a strong ethical sense to handle sensitive donor information appropriately.

Submit Resume

Interested applicants should send a resume and a cover letter to:

Meghan Gould
100 Maher Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
203.625.5800
mgould@brunswickschool.org

Technical Support Specialist (Mac, ACMT)

Details

Brunswick School seeks a skilled Technical Support Specialist, offering an exciting opportunity to work in a technology-infused environment, providing Tier I and II support to our learning community and our 1:1 device program. The position reports to the Director of Technology.

Note: In-depth knowledge and experience supporting macOS and iOS platforms are required.

Job Requirements
  • Minimum two years of Mac-centric helpdesk experience, preferably in a K-12 school setting.
  • Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT) certification required.
  • Solid experience in troubleshooting and supporting all current macOS and iOS versions.
  • Experience supporting Microsoft Windows, Office, and Adobe applications preferred.
  • Triage problems, provide technical explanations, and recommend solutions to users.
  • Manage software and hardware inventory, licensing, and warranty tracking.
  • Requires superior analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, especially with non-technical users.
  • Exceptionally self-motivated and directed with keen attention to detail.
Role Summary

The Technical Support Specialist is a key point of contact for IT-related incidents and service requests, providing Tier I and II support to students, faculty, and staff — over the phone, via email, and in-person — speedily resolving support requests to the user’s satisfaction, amid continuous service-delivery demands. The TSS, along with the tech team, is responsible for the lifecycle management of 800+ Macs and iPads, along with ~50 desktops running Windows 10 as well as 80+ printers and copiers, troubleshooting basic network connectivity, printing issues, and software applications in an integrated (Mac and PC) environment.

Employment

A competitive salary is offered, contingent on qualifications and experience, besides health-and-wellness benefits, subject to plan parameters.

FLSA Job Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt, Salaried.

Pre-employment Background Screening: Required for all positions in the school.

COVID-19 considerations: To keep our community as safe as possible, all school employees must provide proof of vaccination, wear masks as/when recommended by CDC and Town/State guidelines, and practice recommended social distancing.

Please apply via email to jobs@brunswickschool.org with a copy of your resume (in PDF format). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis; position will remain open until filled.

Associate Teacher Program (Pre-K - 4th Grade)

*Applications are being accepted for the 2022-2023 Associate Teacher Program

The Associate Teacher Program at Brunswick hires approximately eight new associate teachers each year. It is an integral part of Brunswick’s Pre and Lower Schools. Generally a two-year program, it is designed for college graduates interested in becoming teachers in an elementary-school setting while attending graduate school.

Participants gain significant classroom experience in two different grade levels over the course of two years, while pursuing a Master’s Degree in Education at a local university of their choice. Coupled with head teachers in grades Pre-Kindergarten through fourth, associate teachers learn all aspects of the teaching profession. With their mentor’s guidance, associate teachers share in lesson planning, teaching students, and record keeping in all areas of the curriculum. They gain experience communicating with parents and play a part in student evaluations and parent conferences.

In addition to mentoring they receive from their head teacher, associate teachers attend faculty meetings and scheduled teaching seminars to further their professional development. Regular supervision meetings with the head teacher and program director provide guidance for associate teachers with their work in the classroom. Associate teachers also play an integral role in Brunswick’s after-school program. This allows them an additional opportunity to work with children of varying ages outside the classroom.

Upon completion of two years, having usually earned a master’s degree and gained diverse experience, participants should be prepared for a career in teaching. Associate teachers go on to teach in both independent and public-school settings in different grade levels across the nation.

Brunswick School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in any phase of employment. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, or any other legally protected status.

Compensation

Associate teachers are offered a salary, partial reimbursement for graduate coursework, and a health benefits package.

Limited housing is available.

Submit Resume

Interested applicants should send a resume and a cover letter to:

Associate Teacher Program
Brunswick School
100 Maher Avenue
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
AT-Program@brunswickschool.org

Teaching Fellowship Program

Details

Brunswick’s Teaching Fellowship Program is a two-year program designed to prepare aspiring teachers for full-time positions in secondary-school settings (Grades 6-12). Over the course of two years, each Fellow will have the opportunity to work closely with a number of veteran teachers in a given academic department, gaining valuable experience in all areas of “teaching & learning,” including lesson-planning, assessment design, grading, comment-writing, and of course, classroom teaching.

In addition to learning and developing skills that lead to effective teaching, Fellows will have a chance to become involved in many other aspects of campus life, including coaching various sports, assisting with student-run clubs, taking part in community service projects, and advising a small group of students. The program offers a range of professional development opportunities, all geared towards training Fellows to become successful secondary-school educators.

By the end of the two-year experience, Fellows should be prepared for full-time employment.

Brunswick School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in any phase of employment. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, or any other legally protected status.

Compensation

Teaching Fellows are offered a salary, partial reimbursement for graduate coursework, and a health benefits package.

Submit Resume

Interested applicants should send a resume and a cover letter to:

Brendan Gilsenan, Fellowship Director
Brunswick Upper School
100 Maher Avenue
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
bgilsenan@brunswickschool.org

Horizons Nurse (Horizons at Brunswick)

Details

The Academic and Enrichment Program seeks a dedicated, nurturing, and experienced professional to provide health care and first aid for students and staff, overseeing the administration of medications, coordinating student health care needs with families when needed, monitoring health and cleanliness standards, organizing paperwork, and maintaining file organization. Requirements: Licensed as a registered nurse in CT and current first aid and CPR certifications. The ideal candidate has a minimum of three years working with children and teens ages 5-15 for this six-week summer enrichment program, June 28-Aug. 5, 2021, and six Saturdays during the school year. Reports to the Executive Director and the Program Coordinators. Salary commensurate with experience.

About Horizons at Brunswick

Horizons at Brunswick Student Enrichment Program is a six-week summer program, as well as six Saturdays during the school year, for low-income Greenwich public-school boys in Kindergarten through Grade 8. The program focuses on working with students for up to nine years to cultivate their love of learning, while guiding them to achieve their personal potential. The program includes math, language arts, STEAM, swimming, chess, arts, sports, and field trips. Horizons at Brunswick seeks a summer Nurse, and a Family Engagement Liaison.

Contact

Contact Executive Director Marianne Ho Barnum for more information or to apply: mbarnum@brunswickschool.org

Family Engagement Liason (Horizons at Brunswick)

Details

The program seeks a dedicated, nurturing, and experienced professional to create a space in which parents feel welcomed and become involved in their child’s education, including helping parents get the information, support, and help they need to ensure their child’s academic and social success in school. Requirements and qualifications: Associate’s degree or pursuing degree, two-plus years of experience in a related role, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and ability to establish positive parent and business relationships. The candidate must be proficient in English and Spanish, must have access to a vehicle and have a valid driver’s license, and would enjoy working with families part-time for this six-week summer enrichment program, June 28-Aug. 5, 2021, and six Saturdays during the school year.

About Horizons at Brunswick

Horizons at Brunswick Student Enrichment Program is a six-week summer program, as well as six Saturdays during the school year, for low-income Greenwich public-school boys in Kindergarten through Grade 8. The program focuses on working with students for up to nine years to cultivate their love of learning, while guiding them to achieve their personal potential. The program includes math, language arts, STEAM, swimming, chess, arts, sports, and field trips. Horizons at Brunswick seeks a summer Nurse, and a Family Engagement Liaison.

Contact

Contact Executive Director Marianne Ho Barnum for more information or to apply: mbarnum@brunswickschool.org