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  • Communications Manager

    The Allen-Stevenson School, founded in 1883, is a K-9 independent school for boys with an enrollment of 415 students. The School seeks a Communications Manager to be a key member of the Communications Department, focusing primarily on writing and editing, social media, website, publications, online calendar, and photography. This is a full time position and is eligible for our complete benefits package. The position reports to the Director of Communications.
     
    Responsibilities include:
    • Managing social media for the School; 3 - 5 years of experience planning Facebook, Instagram and Twitter content;
    • Writing news stories, articles for the biannual Lamplighter magazine and educational thought pieces;
    • Assist in photography of daily classroom activities and events, as well as occasional special events in the evenings;
    • Create and maintain content for the website;
    • Manage the online Master Calendar for the school year;
    • Draft and edit pushpages/emails to constituent groups;
    • Create and provide support for online registrations for numerous events and programs, including Alligator Soup, Admissions, Summer Camp, and PA Events; and
    • Co-teach Upper School Yearbook Elective and assist with content and completion of the Yearbook.

    A successful candidate will also possess the following characteristics and experiences:
    • Bachelor’s degree and at least three (3) years of professional experience;
    • Excellent interpersonal, collaboration, and relationship building skills;
    • Ability to work as part of a team, as well as work well independently;
    • Proven strong writing and editorial skills with an ability to produce materials quickly and in a variety of styles;
    • Experience in website content management, messaging and social media;
    • Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks;
    • Resourceful and attentive to detail and accuracy;
    • Experience in photographing events; and
    • Willingness to fully embrace the Allen-Stevenson mission and culture.

    Selected candidates will complete a process that includes a phone interview, some group interviews and a visit to the School, which may require a writing sample.

    To explore this opportunity, please send cover letter and resume to hr@allen-stevenson.org. Your cover letter should explain in detail your qualifications for the position.
     
    The Allen-Stevenson School actively seeks to forward diversity goals through its process of hiring faculty and staff.
  • Science Department Head

    Science Department Head
     
    Founded in 1883, Allen-Stevenson is a K-9 independent school for boys with an enrollment of 415 students. Located in the heart of New York City’s Upper East Side, the School is a joyful, inclusive community. Our urban setting affords many educational and cultural advantages.
     
    For the 2019-2020 school year the School seeks a Science Department Head to lead its science program within the context of a broad, age-appropriate curriculum that incorporates Academics, Athletics and the Arts. Our approach to the education of boys fosters “many ways to be a boy” and offers them many ways to be successful. We look for a strong leader with a comprehensive vision, an authentic listener and bridge builder who can help science teachers collaborate, not solely in science but across our entire curriculum.
     
    We also look for ways to incorporate the principles of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) into our Science curriculum, especially the affirmation that science education should emphasize student outcomes and explicitly not curriculum. Current related K-9 program initiatives include social-emotional learning, guided inquiry, robotics and STEAM.  Also, Allen-Stevenson is fortunate to be able to incorporate up-to-date technology into its program, including a 1:1 laptop program for grades 4 though 9, interactive boards in every classroom, digital microscopes in science labs, and other such  resources where appropriate.
     
    The School
    Allen-Stevenson is in the midst of a very exciting period in its growth. Guided by our new 20/20 Vision, Building Boys Who Make the World a Better Place, a new vision statement that extends the School’s mission, we “help every boy achieve his best potential within an inclusive community of joyful learners and their families.” A small, select group of teachers is helping the administration to develop priorities that will achieve the Vision. In addition, the Board of Trustees has just launched a separate Strategic Planning  process that will recommend goals and priorities for the School’s future.
     
    Allen-Stevenson is also in the middle of a transformative building expansion project, which includes new flexible Science & Engineering classrooms, as well as a teaching greenhouse that will accommodate half-classes. As we look to integrate the many important components of the educational program, a new master schedule will also be developed to use our facilities and time resources most effectively and equitably.
     
    To explore this exciting opportunity, please submit a current professional resume, along with a cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications, to hr@allen-stevenson.org.
     
    Essential Responsibilities
    • Teach a range of science classes to elementary and middle school boys
    • Continue to partner with K-9 teachers to coordinate and align STEAM/science curriculum
    • Develop shared understanding of NGSS in relation to guided inquiry and project-based learning
    • Provide guidance and coaching to colleagues on inquiry, project-based learning and NGSS
    • Suggest and support professional development for all science teachers
    • Develop transdisciplinary connections to the science curriculum
    • Lead the department so as to increase collaboration with other disciplines
    • Support the School’s new vision statement for teaching and learning
    • Deepen departmental discussions as we explore new ways to measure student learning
    • Use technology where appropriate to enhance student learning
    • Seek opportunities for interdisciplinary connections between science teachers and colleagues in other departments
    • Oversee stewardship of the School’s new science facilities and resources, including the greenhouse
     
     
    Qualifications and Expertise
    • Minimum of 5 years of prior teaching experience
    • An advanced degree in science education
    • Background in supporting and leading curriculum development, innovation and new initiatives
    • Experience in developing skills for student-driven inquiry learning, critical thinking, deeper understanding and problem solving
    • Understanding of the value of the NGSS approach to K-9 science education and its innovative, three-pronged framework:  science and engineering practices; disciplinary core ideas; and crosscutting concepts
    • Ability to incorporate appropriate technology in science instruction
     
    The Ideal Candidate
    • Passionate about the teaching of science and committed to the science education of elementary and middle school boys
    • Recognizes that K-9 science education should reflect the real-world interconnections in science
    • Eager to foster innovation in colleagues and to increase department-wide commitment to the principles of NGSS
    • Willing to try new approaches and reflects a growth mindset, while encouraging colleagues to do the same
    • Shares our confidence that embracing collaboration is a pillar of robust professional learning
    • Attentive to building cultural competency in oneself and others
    • Enthusiastic for students to “develop an essential core understanding of the enterprise of science as a whole—the wondering, investigating, questioning, data collecting and analyzing.” (NGSS, Appendix H)
     
    We expect to begin to review submitted resumes by the beginning of February. Selected candidates will complete a process that includes a telephone interview, some group interviews, and a visit to the School which will include a sample teaching lesson.
     
    Allen-Stevenson School actively seeks to forward its diversity goals through its process of hiring faculty and staff.
  • Substitute Teacher

    Allen-Stevenson is looking for substitute teachers for all divisions and departments of the school. Candidates should have a minimum of a BA degree and some previous experience working with children ages 5 though 14. Please submit your resume to 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 February 5, 2019


Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.