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Assistant Division Director

The Assistant Division Director reports directly to the Lower School/Middle School Division Director and is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day management relating to the internal functions of the Lower School (grades K-5) and Middle School (grades 6-8), including curriculum, scheduling, student discipline, and citizenship. The Assistant Division Director is also responsible for ensuring mission consistency across grade levels.

Roles and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

● Collaborate with the Division Director and other administrators to make strategic decisions that align with the school's mission and goals
● Lead by example and demonstrate professionalism and integrity in all interactions
● Assist the Division Director in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the school. This includes managing staff, students, and resources efficiently
● Participates in the admissions process, promoting the Lower and Middle School programs
● Supports classroom management by working closely with faculty to maintain a positive and safe learning environment, handle disciplinary issues, and enforce school policies consistently
● Partners with parents to ensure that students are engaged and reaching their potential
● Promotes and maintains faculty morale
● Collaborates with the Learning Support Coordinator and Academic Interventionists to serve a diverse student population with a variety of educational needs
● Supports the organization of student reporting and grading
● Works with the school counselor to create emotional support for students and communicates with parents about student’s needs
● Promotes a joyful community of learning.
● Stay informed about educational trends, best practices, and relevant policies. Participate in professional development activities to enhance leadership skills and knowledge.
● Collaborate with teachers to develop and implement effective curriculum strategies and ensure that educational standards are met and academic goals are achieved
● Conduct teacher observations and provide constructive feedback for professional development, offer support and resources to help teachers improve their instructional practices

● Work with faculty and staff to develop and implement safety protocols and emergency procedures; ensure that the school environment is secure and prepared to handle emergencies

The position’s preferred qualifications:

● Bachelor's degree required, Master’s in curriculum and instruction or school administration preferred

● Proven success in working collaboratively in educational leadership

● A dynamic instructional leader with a solid understanding of the developmental and curricular needs of students of the particular division

● Outstanding leadership skills

● Exceptional written and oral communication skills

● Excellent organizational and presentation skills

● Strategic thinker and empathetic problem solver

● Technologically savvy, specifically in Google Suite, Microsoft Office, and Student Information Systems.

Personal Qualities:

● Possess an innate ability to engage and inspire students through innovation and creativity

● Team player willing to work collaboratively with department, colleagues, and families

● Innovative mindset with a focus on student-centered learning and technology

● Attentive to details/conditions as they pertain to student whereabouts and safety

● Enjoy building relationships with students and their families

● Eager to participate in other aspects of school life


This position is a full-time position with a salary of $67,000 - $73,000 annually based on skills and experience. Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to

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