Employment at CH-CH

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Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is a college-preparatory day and boarding school that embraces differences in learning style and culture in a small, supportive community. If your answer is yes to the following questions, you should consider joining our faculty.
  • Are you in search of a school that supports your work as someone who understands that students don't all learn in the same ways or at the same rates?
  • Are diversity of culture, ethnicity, and learning style qualities you value in a school setting?
  • Does the idea of teaching small classes appeal to you?
  • Are you interested in working in an environment in which you are encouraged to build strong, positive relationships with your students and their parents, with your colleagues, and with administrators?
  • Would you like to be involved in developing and implementing curriculum that reflects an outcomes-based educational approach?
  • Would you enjoy easy access to both a thriving metropolitan area and the beautiful New England countryside?
We begin each year with an extensive orientation for new teachers aimed at introducing them to the school, to our students, and to what we consider to be the best teaching practices based on current educational research. New faculty learn to successfully address a range of student learning styles in the classroom. Teachers begin the year with a practical knowledge of methodologies appropriate to the multiple intelligences, learning modalities, and learning differences to be found in their classes.

Classes are small, rarely larger than fourteen. The student/teacher ratio is 5:1.
"I work in a progressive environment, one that actively incorporates differences… Students have the luxury of interacting with different cultures, races, ethnic backgrounds, and learning styles every day in the classroom. Women occupy administrative positions, a typically male arena. Faculty are promoted from within, and there are real opportunities for advancement. Staff and faculty are involved in significant discussions of real issues. These are the hallmarks of an open-minded environment, where people work hard, but all are valued."

#8 Kindest Place

"It's one of the kindest places I've ever worked."

-Cindy Ludlam, Former Dean of Faculty, Gallery Director and Visual Art Teacher

Faculty Open Positions:

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  • Visual Arts Teaching Fellow

    The Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is seeking a creative, progressively minded, and hard-working individual in visual arts to participate in the CH-CH Teaching Fellows program.  As a school dedicated to Multiple Intelligences philosophy and differentiated instruction pedagogy, we seek aspiring teachers who want to develop their ability to reach all learners and believe, as we do, that it is not “how smart you are” but rather “how you are smart.”  Working closely with an experienced faculty member, their department chair, and our Dean of Faculty, this Fellow will observe and teach a class section, meet weekly with the Dean of Faculty for on-going professional development, participate in the residential life program as houseparents, and work with students in our co-curricular program.  Through this immersion in and reflection on independent school life, CH-CH Teaching Fellows will grow as both teachers and learners and emerge from the program ready to take on full roles as educators in the years to come.
    Successful candidates for this position will have:
    • A creative and progressive mind-set
    • Willingness to work hard and have fun
    • An academic background, preferably a major, in their teaching discipline
    • Experience working with children, preferably adolescents
    • Demonstrated ability to contribute positively to our co-curricular program
     
    To apply for this position, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to: Josh Bubar, Assistant Head of School, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, 785 Beaver Street, Waltham, MA 02452.  Email at jbubar@chch.org. No phone calls please. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is an equal opportunity employer.
     

Staff Open Positions:

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  • Athletic Trainer/ Assistant Athletic Director

    The Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is seeking a collaborative and hard-working individual to serve as the Athletic Trainer and Assistant Athletic Director.  As a school that embraces Multiple Intelligences philosophy and utilizes differentiated instruction pedagogy, we seek an athletic trainer who works diligently to reach all student-athletes and believes, as we do, that it is not “how smart you are” but rather “how you are smart.”   The Athletic Trainer/Assistant Athletic Director will work closely with our student-athletes, coaches, nurse, and parents.  This position reports directly to the Athletic Director. On-campus housing may be available.
    Successful individuals will possess:
    • Experience and interest in working with high school students
    • Willingness to work hard and have fun
    • Flexibility
    • Strong communication skills
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • NATABOC Certification, State Licensure, and CPR Certification
    Primary responsibilities will include:
    • Providing evaluation, treatments, and preventive services to injured student-athletes
    • Communication with parents, guardians, medical professionals, coaches, and residential staff regarding the student-athlete’s injury and overall health
    • Coverage of all home athletic events (including limited weekends)
    • Maintaining accurate records
    • Maintaining athletic team uniforms and protective equipment
    • Oversight of the Fitness Center in conjunction with the Athletic Director
    • Serving as an advisor on a grade level team
    For more information about Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, please visit our website at www.chch.org.
    Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to: Josh Bubar, Assistant Head of School, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, 785 Beaver Street, Waltham, MA 02452.  Email at jbubar@chch.org. No phone calls please. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is an equal opportunity employer.
  • Parent Relations Officer

    Job Objective: The Parent Relations Officer is a frontline fundraising position for the Annual Fund. The individual will be charged with managing, growing, and developing the parent fundraising program with a focus on the $1,000+ Leadership Society level of the Annual Fund. Responsibilities will also include starting a new parent of alumni (POA) volunteer and fundraising program, and building upon the current grandparent program. He/she will also help staff the Parents and Guardians Association (PGA).
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  • Academic Technology Intern

    The Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is seeking a creative, progressively minded, collaborative, and hard-working individual to serve as an intern in our Academic Technology Department.  As a school that embraces Multiple Intelligences philosophy and utilizes differentiated instruction pedagogy, we seek teachers who work diligently to reach all learners and believe, as we do, that it is not “how smart you are” but rather “how you are smart.”  

    This position’s primary objective is to assist in the School’s efforts to integrate academic technology into teaching and learning as well as actively participate in academics through student clubs and interdisciplinary co-teaching with faculty. Additional duties will include troubleshooting faculty technology issues as part of the school’s Tech Help Desk and developing in-house professional development opportunities for faculty. Please note that this position has the flexibility to be molded to a candidate’s skills and interests.

    Potential Opportunities:
    • Create and run faculty workshops centered around academic technology
    • Assist robotics after school activity
    • Run a student technology club
    • Member of the Tech Help Desk
    • Co-teach lessons that seek to implement various forms of academic technology
    • Assist teachers in the classroom help raise the digital literacy of their students
    We are seeking individuals that possess the following:
    • Desire to work in education, particularly in academic technology
    • Working knowledge of iOS devices, Windows, Google Apps, Microsoft Office
    • Interest in developing teaching related skills through experiential learning
    • Interest in independent school practice and culture
    • Openness to the practice of differentiated instruction within a multiple intelligences framework
    Hours:
    • 10-15 hours per week with flexible scheduling
    • September through December and/or January through May
    If interested, please send cover letter and resume to jandruchow@chch.org

Electronic (PDF) Employment Application

Open submissions for future teaching positions may be sent to:

Josh Bubar, Assistant Head of School
Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School
785 Beaver Street
Waltham, Massachusetts 02452

e-mail: jbubar@chch.org

Summer Opportunities

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  • Running Brook Camps

    Please visit Running Brook Camps [www.runningbrook.org] to learn more about our summer and auxiliary programs. You may contact us at 781-314-0994 for further information regarding open positions.

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We Teach the Way Students Learn

Chapel Hill - Chauncy Hall School is a small, coeducational college preparatory school dedicated to teaching the way students learn. Our faculty, over 70% of whom have advanced degrees, offers instruction tailored to individual learning styles and strengths, empowering our students to achieve their potential. Our multiple intelligences approach to teaching and learning both values and addresses the different ways students learn. Our curriculum challenges and engages students, with support seamlessly integrated into the classes and culture of the School. All our students are accepted into college or university with an emphasis on finding the best fit for their ambitions and interests. Diversity thrives in a social climate of acceptance. A dynamic mix of day and boarding students energizes our campus and creates opportunities for students to engage with each other in the arts, athletics, campus activities and community service. Our alumni/ae describe their experience at CH-CH as truly transformational. Our private, independent school is located ten miles from Boston.