Employment

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  • 3rd Grade Associate Teacher

    Duties and Responsibilities
    Curriculum Development

    1.     Plan and teach Language Arts/Third Grade writing curriculum
    2.     Create daily lesson plans for reading and math in conjunction with the grade level team
    3.     Plan and teach social emotional learning groups
    4.     Regularly evaluate lessons and units with teaching to revise instructional strategies in order to meet each student’s needs
     
    Student Support

    1.     Lead Morning Meetings
    2.     Create learning goals, expectations, and standards for student work
    3.     Provide students with an emotionally safe environment
    4.     Demonstrate a variety of strategies for maintaining student motivation and interest
    5.     Arrange, establish and support effective classroom management routines.
    6.     Maintain positive personal relationships with all students and their families
     
     Assessment

    1.     Engage in focused, detailed evaluation of student work and behaviors
    2.     Utilize various means of student assessment
    3.     Assess student work and record daily observations to use to write clear and thorough reports
     
    Communication with Parents

    1.     Communicate regularly with parents
    2.     Help maintain class website in Canvas
    3.     Assist Head Teacher in preparing for Parent Teacher conferences and writing reports
     
    Professional Development

    1.     Establish a positive, working relationship with Head Teacher
    2.     Attend meetings, including:
       a.     Regular meetings with administrators
       b.     Weekly team meetings among teachers of the same grade level to prepare lesson plans and discuss student progress. 
       c.     Weekly faculty meetings
    3.     Continue to acquire new knowledge and implement best practices
    4.     Share ideas and skills with colleagues while being willing and open to their different, ideas and/ or points of view
    5.      Establish and maintain cooperative, positive relationships with colleagues
    6.     Carry out other duties as assigned by the Head of Lower School and Assistant Head of Lower School

     
     Compensation and Benefits
    • Salary and benefits are competitive with Head Teacher salaries in many peer NYSAIS schools
    • Opportunities to apply for funds for graduate school work
     
     Qualifications
    1. B.A.
    2. Working towards M.A. or M.S. (preferred)
    3. Minimum of two years appropriate teaching experience
  • Director of Development

    The Allen-Stevenson School announces a search for a Director of Development, reporting directly to the Headmaster. This high-profile position will lead the School’s Development Office, work closely with the Headmaster and the Trustees to oversee the conclusion of a current $50 million capital campaign for a new townhouse construction and athletic facility, develop and steward current major donors, and cultivate a sustained leadership gift program for the future. The Director will work closely with the Headmaster and the Trustees on the planning, design, and leadership of Allen-Stevenson’s continued major gifts initiative that will support the current construction and grow the School’s endowment in the future. The annual operating budget of The Allen-Stevenson School is $23 million and the School’s endowment is currently valued at approximately $26 million. Over the last three years, Allen-Stevenson received an average of $2.6 million in annual giving. Over the last ten years, parent participation has been an average of 97%.

    The Director of Development will be responsible for the leadership and day-to-day planning, coordination and management of the multi-member Development Office, which includes Director of Alumni Relations, Director of Annual and Parent Giving, Campaign Coordinator, Database Manager and Alumni Liaison. The role entails working collaboratively with members of the Allen-Stevenson Development staff, the Board of Trustees, Communications Department, parent and alumni volunteers as well as providing fundraising counsel on all matters related to alumni relations, annual giving, capital campaign, planned giving and major gifts. The position is both strategic and tactical, incorporating all components of the Capital Campaign. The Development Department is immersed in many aspects of school life, leads planning for some school events, including Grandparents & Special Friends Day and the Ninth Grade Dinner, among others—and is instrumental in building a sense of community. The position requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 10–15 years of experience in alumni relations, annual giving, major gifts, capital campaigns, and community building. Familiarity with NYC philanthropy and independent school experience are strongly preferred.

    The Allen-Stevenson School, approaching its 135th anniversary, is an independent school for boys in New York City, serving 420 boys, grades Kindergarten through Grade 9.
     
    Our Mission
    Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen. In the belief that there are many ways to be a boy, the School offers an ongoing commitment to each student and uses the best insights and tools available to understand him as a whole person. We inspire in each boy an appreciation of responsible citizenship and a lifelong love of learning.
     
     
    Specific responsibilities include:
    • Lead, mentor, manage, and support development operations, and shape the development office into an integrated and coordinated team
    • Work closely with the Board of Trustees, including the Trustees and Development Committees, and other volunteers
    • Identify and research prospective donors from all constituencies, including parents, alumni, grandparents and past parents, and develop individual donor strategy at every step of the process - cultivation, briefing, solicitation, closing and stewardship
    • Work with the Headmaster and other members of the community to solicit and close major gifts for the School’s Annual Fund and Capital Campaign
    • Develop and maintain fundraising documents, including cultivation brochures, donor profiles, briefing materials and solicitation tools
    • Draft, review and approve proposals for major donor prospects and foundations
    • Oversee robust stewardship plan, including donor acknowledgements, gifts, and updates
    • Schedule and staff Development and Trustee Committees meetings
    • Direct the process for soliciting the 800+ donors to the School’s Annual Fund, including managing and supporting the parent and alumni volunteers
    • Responsible for annual development department budget
    • Identify, implement and evaluate research tools and donor databases
    • Design and execute fundraising strategic plan with Board Development Committee
    • Set and benchmark fundraising goals for all programs
    • Identify and research potential candidates for the Board of Trustees and manage the nomination and selection process with the Chair of the Trustees Committee
    • Oversee donor communications, including the Annual Report and donor appeals
      
    Please visit The Allen-Stevenson School website at www.allen-stevenson.org for additional information.  Excellent compensation and benefits package. The position is available as of August 1, 2017. To explore this excellent opportunity, please contact hr@allen-stevenson.org

Employment Opportunities

The Allen-Stevenson School is an urban elementary day school for boys from Kindergarten through Ninth Grade. The School was founded in 1883 by Francis Bellows Allen. An Allen-Stevenson education helps to foster a boy's natural intellectual curiosity about the world, about himself, and about the various communities of which he is part.

Qualifications for teaching at Allen-Stevenson include: BA required, MA preferred; strong background and knowledge of the desired discipline; ability to work well with a range of able, highly motivated children; ability to work well with a team; strong organizational skills and high energy and creativity.

Send all cover letters and resumes to hr@allen-stevenson.org

Updated July 12, 2017
Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.