Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, PK-12, dedicated to a tradition of excellence in all-girls education. In a nurturing atmosphere that reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes intellectual rigor, ethical integrity, and independence of thought. More information is available on our websitewww.baldwinschool.org.
The Baldwin School is seeking a dynamic and innovative educator to serve as our next Auxiliary Programs Coordinator. The Auxiliary Programs Coordinator provides vision and direction for after-school, and enrichment programming, which serves to supplement the admission process and produces additional revenue for the school through our programming. Baldwin is an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage candidates of all backgrounds, genders, and abilities to apply.
Essential duties and responsibilities include:
Oversee operations of after-school programs including hiring, scheduling, and overseeing staff, managing budget and materials, and coordinating with internal and external constituents involved in operations.
Develop and oversee the registration and enrollment process for all auxiliary programs.
Coordinate policies and procedures for the successful management of auxiliary programs and other related policies and procedures.
Collaborate with division directors to provide staff development, training, and team building in alignment with the School’s overall mission.
Provide regular communications to families in auxiliary programs throughout their time enrolled using email, social media, and other tools to keep families informed and engaged.
In coordination with appropriate stakeholders, develop new auxiliary programs that align with the mission of the school.
Partner with the communications office to advertise after-school and summer programs and schedules, including generation of marketing plan and materials.
Attend, as necessary, fairs and other events to promote auxiliary programs.
Consistently provide high levels of customer service in a positive and professional manner to internal and external members of the community.
Foster collegiality and positive morale among staff.
Serves as a point of contact and subject matter expert for auxiliary contract terms and questions.
Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
Ingenuity and inventiveness, capable of thinking on one’s feet and adapting to change
A disciplined, results-oriented, self-starter, demonstrating initiative and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision, while also being able to manage multiple responsibilities.
Persuasive communication skills in writing, in-person, and over the telephone.
Outstanding listening and analytical skills.
A creative, good-natured member of a team with demonstrated collaborative and proactive manners.
Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
Bachelors and a minimum of three (3) years of auxiliary program management experience.
2 years of direct experience working with children under 13. Teaching and curriculum development experience is expected, particularly at the Lower School (PreK-Grade 5) level, along with demonstrated knowledge about the varying developmental needs of young children and experience in positive discipline.
Ability to use a range of technical tools: e-newsletter software, web-based registration and enrollment software and basic content management tools in addition to basic office software such as word processing and spreadsheet software.
Ability to teach subject material effectively, engage students positively and interact productively with colleagues and parents, the successful candidate will have a knowledge of and strong facility in supporting students with reading, writing, research and technology skills.
College coursework in early childhood education, elementary education, or a related field.
Minimum of two years management experience required.
Must have the ability to work independently.
Able to meet an occasional flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends, and availability by telephone and/or cell phone.
About The Baldwin School
The Baldwin School founded in 1888, is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, pK-12, dedicated to a tradition of excellence in the education of girls. In a nurturing atmosphere, where the population reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes intellectual rigor, ethical integrity, and independence of thought. More information is available on our website at www.baldwinschool.org.