Employment

Employment

Nobles seeks candidates who desire ongoing professional growth and demonstrate a dedication to young people. We have long been committed to diversity, and take pride in attracting and supporting faculty and staff from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences.

 

Our employee culture hinges on the belief that we best serve our students when we ourselves are professionally challenged and physically, emotionally and financially well. We encourage balance through on-campus initiatives: a fitness center and classes, healthy challenges, professional development, counseling about topics from finance to nutrition, team-building events, counseling/mental health resources, a book club, mindfulness, gym and retail discounts and a community garden.

Current Job Openings

Teaching and Administrative Positions

Ceramics Teacher: Part-Time

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

The Nobles Visual Arts Department is seeking a part-time ceramics instructor for the 2019-2020 academic year. Applicants should have extensive working knowledge or a BFA in ceramics, an interest in teaching high school students, a proficiency with gas and electric kilns and an interest in being part of a vibrant and engaged department. Candidates are expected to be able to teach a foundations level ceramics class that covers wedging, hand building and the wheel as well as general conversations around aesthetics and studio upkeep. In addition, a successful candidate will be able to assist in the teaching of our AP level course where students engage in a year-long exploration of materials in the pursuit of a coherent body of work that culminates in a group show in May.

This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic department whose members are passionate about ideas, teaching, and developing positive student-teacher relationships and engaged, ethical citizens and leaders.

While an ability to contribute significantly to the life of the school in at least one non-academic area (athletics, community service, admissions, or performing arts) is not required, candidates able and willing to do so should please let us know during the application process.

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please complete the online application and upload a resume with cover letter addressed to:

Michael Denning, Head of Upper School
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026

Director of Academic Support

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

Nobles seeks a Director of Academic Support. This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic faculty whose members are passionate about developing positive student-teacher relationships and fostering the growth of engaged, ethical citizens and leaders.

The role of Director of Academic Support is multifaceted. The person in this role will lead a department of learning specialists and manage the day-to-day operations of this area of the school. The Director of Academic Support works closely with faculty, counselors, college counselors and administrators to coordinate support systems for students, educate faculty on best practices with regards to teaching and mentoring students with learning profiles and challenges, and promote professional development. The Director of Academic Support is a member of the department heads, class deans and student life groups. The Director of Academic Support also interprets educational testing reports and coordinates the implementation of reasonable accommodations for students with learning profiles and diagnosed learning challenges. In addition, the Director of Academic Support helps students to apply for accommodations with international testing agencies, e.g., the College Board and the ACT.

General Responsibilities:

  • Oversee team of learning specialists
  • Work with students, parents and guardians, classroom teachers, advisors, class deans, and college counselors to meet the needs of the students receiving support
  • Manage and maintain the educational testing database online (Axiom)
  • Read, interpret and synthesize educational testing reports and develop in-house education plans based on testing
  • Organize and facilitate accommodations for midterm and final assessments
  • Oversee team meetings with a student’s teachers to review testing results and support strategies
  • Maintain records of student progress
  • Work with Admissions office (i.e. reading folders and talking with prospective families during the admission process)
  • Write for parent newsletter (quarterly)
  • Oversee student use of private tutors
  • Coordinate strategy and information-gathering meetings for teachers of students with learning profiles and challenges
  • Work collaboratively with classroom faculty to provide in-house professional development around learning issues
  • Educate and train faculty and advisors in terms of how to support struggling students (and students with particular learning needs)
  • Meet with families to discuss academic concerns and potential need for educational testing
    • Connect families with evaluators
    • Communicate with evaluators and function as liaison between the evaluators and faculty
    • Meet with families and students to review evaluation results and educate families through the process of how accommodations at Nobles will work in the long term
  • Apply for standardized testing accommodations for appropriate students
    • Coordinate and host untimed standardized testing on campus when necessary and appropriate for our students and/or for other specialized testing accommodations
    • Work with students and families to apply for and secure accommodations post high school

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please complete the online application and upload a résumé with cover letter addressed to:

Michael Denning, Head of Upper School
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026

Learning Specialist and Academic Support Coordinator

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

Nobles seeks a Learning Specialist and Academic Support Coordinator. This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic faculty whose members are passionate about developing positive student-teacher relationships and fostering the growth of engaged, ethical citizens and leaders.

The role of the Learning Specialist and Academic Support Coordinator is multifaceted. The Learning Specialist and Academic Support Coordinator works closely with faculty, counselors, college counselors, other learning specialists and administrators to coordinate support systems for students, educate faculty on best practices with regards to: teaching; learning; and mentoring students with learning profiles and challenges.

The Learning Specialist and Academic Support Coordinator also interprets educational testing reports and coordinates the implementation of reasonable accommodations for students with learning profiles and diagnosed learning challenges. In addition, the Learning Specialist and Academic Support Coordinator helps students to apply for accommodations with international testing agencies, e.g., the College Board and the ACT.

General Responsibilities:

  • Work with students, parents and guardians, classroom teachers, advisors, class deans, and college counselors to meet the needs of the students receiving support
  • Manage and maintain the educational testing database online (Axiom)
  • Read and interpret educational testing reports and develop in-house education plans based on testing
  • Help organize and facilitate accommodations for midterm and final assessments
  • Maintain records of student progress
  • Work with Admissions office (i.e. reading folders and talking with prospective families during the admission process)
  • Help oversee student use of private tutors
  • Assist in the coordination of strategy and information-gathering meetings for teachers of students with learning profiles and challenges
  • Work collaboratively with classroom faculty to provide in-house professional development around learning issues
  • Educate and train faculty and advisors on best practices regarding how to support struggling students (and students with particular learning needs)
  • Meet with families to discuss academic concerns and potential need for educational testing:
    • Connect families with evaluators
    • Communicate with evaluators and function as a liaison between the evaluators and faculty
    • Meet with families and students to review testing results and educate families through the process of how accommodations at Nobles will work in the long term
  • Apply for standardized testing accommodations for appropriate students:
    • Coordinate and host untimed standardized testing on campus when necessary and appropriate for our students and/or for other specialized testing accommodations
    • Work with students and families to apply for and secure accommodations post high school

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please complete the online application and upload a résumé with cover letter addressed to:

Michael Denning, Head of Upper School
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026

School Nurse and Associate Director of Health Services

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

Nobles seeks a registered professional nurse certified with the Massachusetts Board of Nursing for a position as School Nurse and Associate Director of Health Services. This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic faculty whose members are passionate about developing positive student-teacher relationships and fostering the growth of engaged, ethical citizens and leaders.

The role of school nurse at Nobles is multi-faceted. The school’s nurses support the physical, mental, emotional, and social health of a diverse community, including students, faculty and staff. The school nurse develops relationships of trust built on respect, adherence to the highest ethical standards, professionalism, and effective communication with the school physician, counseling staff, athletic trainers, student advisors, faculty, and families. In addition to clinical work, the school’s nurses develop, implement, and evaluate school health programs. The school nurse works collaboratively using a team approach to support student health, prevent illness and disability, and achieve early detection and treatment of health-related issues.

Traditionally at Nobles, the school nurses have been vital members of the Student Life Team, collaborating closely with faculty to support the whole child. A school nurse who has become a part of the “Middle School Core” of faculty, with various duties and responsibilities included, has served the school exceedingly well. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving as Middle School advisor and as a chaperone on trips.

Responsibilities of the School Nurse are to:

  • Provide healthcare for approximately 625 students, ages 12-19 years, as well as faculty and staff;
  • Coordinate a comprehensive health program consistent with Massachusetts statutes, regulations and guidelines governing nursing and school health;
  • Manage and communicates student health needs, including medication administration, allergies, health issues, episodic care, wellness needs and associated documentation;
  • Maintain current physical and immunization records electronically for all students;
  • Collaborate with other team members and community providers to coordinate students’ health-related needs;
  • Partner with parents/guardians and students to develop and implement individualized health care plans as needed;
  • Communicate with parents/guardians regarding any health concerns requiring follow-up monitoring, evaluation or treatment;
  • Develop and implement health education programs to promote the health and wellness of all members of the community;
  • Coordinate care of students with physicians, parents/guardians, counselors, and other school staff;
  • Respond to acute illnesses and injuries and provide emergency care;
  • Work to maintain a safe campus environment by monitoring supplies and equipment;
  • Perform weekend and night responsibilities to support the life of the school, community and the academic program as required by the position or requested by the school.

Requirements for the position:

  • Strong interpersonal, collaborative and organizational skills with an ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment
  • An ability to work independently, while being a strong team member
  • An ability to work with a diverse population
  • An ability to respond to medical emergencies campus-wide
  • Patience, sense of humor and flexibility
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing mandatory, Master’s degree preferred
  • Registered Nurse with Massachusetts license in good standing
  • Up-to-date credentials and certifications as expected of the position
  • Minimum of two full years of employment as a Registered Nurse in Massachusetts, preferably in community, pediatric or school-based nursing
  • Successful completion of a CORI/SORI check
  • Available 7:45am-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
  • This is a 10-month, 40 hours per week, faculty position.
  • Available to begin work Monday, August 19, 2019

Physical Demands:

Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work and will require the ability to lift and transport up to 25 pounds, walk the campus, go up and down stairs, lift and push objects as well as stoop, squat, bend, kneel, sit and stand for long periods of time. Finger dexterity is required to manipulate objects.

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please complete the online application and upload a résumé with cover letter addressed to:

Michael Denning, Head of Upper School
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026

Teaching Fellowship Program & Opportunities for Fall 2019

Overview of the Teaching Fellowship Program

Each year, Nobles seeks to hire Teaching Fellows in various academic disciplines for a one or two-year position. Designed for early-career educators and recent college/university graduates, a Teaching Fellowship is a full-time commitment that goes from late August until early June. Compensation is paid to Teaching Fellows on a twelve-month basis and includes a salary and health and dental insurance. Housing is often a part of the compensation package.

Fellows usually teach one course, work with a mentor teacher, become fully immersed in the academic life of the school and their academic department, as well as coach and mentor students in our afternoon and residential programs: athletics, community service, and the arts. Some Teaching Fellowships involve progressively increased teaching opportunities over the course of the year, depending on the Fellow’s qualifications and the needs of their department. Fellows are assigned a faculty mentor within their academic department and are also supported, observed and evaluated by a member of the Faculty Evaluation Team. Thus, while working in the classroom throughout the year as teachers, our Fellows are also students of education, learning not only from their faculty mentors but also from self-examination of their own work.

Former Teaching Fellows Perspectives

Thomas Bloom – Classics

The Nobles teaching fellowship is a great way to explore the world of education. Not only does Nobles offer fellowships in teaching various subjects, but it also offers fellowships in other areas of the school such as admissions and development. On top of this, many fellows become involved with planning and chaperoning school trips, coaching multiple sports, and running a school club. The opportunities are endless and diverse. The best part of the program is the continuous support one feels from everyone in the community, especially the support given by a mentor. It has been a pleasure to work with such intelligent and motivated individuals who strive to carry out the school’s mission on a daily basis.

Ashley Bradley – English

Fellowships at Nobles are an excellent opportunity for young professionals to dip their hand into the realm of education. My fellowship experience has alloted me a unique and special opportunity to work in different arenas of the school including diversity initiatives, teaching, admissions, coaching, leading trips, planning and organizing meetings and events, and working closely under the tutelage of a mentor teacher who provides advice and support. Additionally, the constant dedication, hard work and passion demonstrated by fellow teachers makes Nobles an atmosphere ideal for a young teacher to grow and succeed in a community very much committed to living out its mission.

Kelsey Grousbeck – Visual Arts, Photography

Being a Nobles teaching fellow allowed me to test many different positions in an independent school community while developing as a teacher and a colleague. Immediately, Nobles trusts you to take on a lot of responsibilities, including having your own classes instead of shadowing, but you are navigating these responsibilities under the mentorship of skilled and truly passionate faculty members. You are encouraged to find your own voice and seek out various roles in the community, and through coaching, teaching, chaperoning service trips, advising, and pursuing community initiatives, you can comfortably find your niche while receiving valuable feedback throughout the year. And though Nobles is known for its tight-knit community, the faculty and students all invite fresh ideas, personalities, and humor to the classroom and beyond, making teaching fellows feel immediately welcomed and respected for broadening our community.

Michael Hoe – Science

Being a teaching fellow at Nobles is a great way to gain valuable and lasting experiences in the classroom, on the fields/courts, in the dorm, on stage, and a variety of other arenas in the world of independent schools. Not only does the teaching fellow program allow you to grow in a professional sense, but you are given the opportunity to develop personally in an intellectual, vibrant, and diverse community; furthermore, my colleagues at Nobles were always incredibly supportive and encouraging, even though I was a brand new teacher. My time as a teaching fellow provided me with the scaffolding to be well prepared for any situation that could arise as a teacher, coach, advisor, colleague, or mentor. Ultimately, it also made me realize that I wanted to stay in the field of education and I truly believe I would have not had this experience elsewhere. I am grateful for the invaluable opportunity I had as a teaching fellow at Nobles.

Michelle Huber – Modern Language, Spanish

The teaching fellow experience offered me a perfect match of my prior experience with a new level of challenge. Before working as a teaching fellow, I had a lot of experience assisting in the classroom, tutoring and working at summer programs, but I had never been a lead teacher. The fellowship provided a perfect next step with a significant amount of responsibility, without feeling too overwhelming. With mentoring from a language faculty member, as well as the dean of new faculty, we had ample opportunity to discuss problem-solving and concrete strategies. I remember very clearly during the first day of orientation when the head of school told us that we would be doing our job wrong if we never asked questions. The teaching fellow experience is about learning how to be a teacher, but we don’t just sit around and talk about pedagogy; we observe, experiment, and live it. I also found that Nobles trusts its employees. If you have an initiative or an idea you want to bring to the classroom, it is always possible. Although I was hired as a Spanish teaching fellow, I was also able to work in the dance afternoon program, which is another major passion of mine. Nobles will find ways to utilize your skills and passions, because as an institution it knows that passionate teaching makes for passionate students.

David Medina – Social Science and History, Diversity Office, Provost Office

Fellowships at Nobles are an excellent opportunity for young professionals to try out a career in education. My fellowship experience allowed me to garner a panoply of experience in different arenas of the school including diversity initiatives, teaching social science, admissions, coaching, leading trips through the experiential initiatives of the school, planning and organizing events, and working closely under the tutelage of a mentor teacher who provides advice and support. Additionally, the constant dedication, hard work and passion demonstrated by a talented bevy of colleagues makes Nobles an atmosphere ideal for young teaching professionals to grow and succeed in a community very much committed to living out its mission.

Staff Positions

Systems Support Specialist

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

Overview:
Under the direction of a director of technology, The systems support specialist is responsible for providing students, faculty and staff with technical support. Duties include addressing helpdesk tickets, keeping inventory up to date, maintaining equipment, creating and updating documentation, and day-to-day support related tasks in collaboration with the rest of the team members. The systems support specialist is a staff member of the information services and support team and this is a 12-month position. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a flex schedule to support events occurring after the school day, including some nights and weekends.

Qualifications:

Demonstrated proficiency in MAC and PC configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting;

  • Basic understanding of networks and willingness to learn;
  • Ability to prioritize and schedule work duties in an efficient manner;
  • Functional knowledge of the following:
    • Windows Operating Systems, Chrome OS, MAC OS and iOS, Web Browsers Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • Proven excellent customer service track record with outstanding communication skills;
  • Self-motivation and completion-orientated;
  • High level of integrity and confidentiality;
  • Preferred that the candidate must have 1-2 years of experience, including ability to connect and configure computers and peripherals to a network. Relevant college degree may be considered as a substitute for work experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide break/fix technical support for MacOS, iOS, PC and other devices;
  • Respond to calls for technical help in classrooms;
  • Assist senior technical staff as appropriate for troubleshooting of network infrastructure issues;
  • Aid faculty, staff, and students with basic computer use questions;
  • Google Apps for Education Support;
  • Apple School manager support;
  • Participate in large-scale hardware deployment projects;
  • Respond to, and participate in, technology support requests for on-campus events;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Other:
We are seeking a candidate who enjoys working with students and collaborating with our community of faculty and staff. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, along with flexibility and a sense of humor are required.

Physical Demands:

Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work and will require the ability to lift and transport up to 50 pounds, walk the campus, go up and down stairs, lift and push objects, reach overhead, as well as stoop, squat, bend, kneel, sit and stand for long periods of time. Must be able to climb ladders. Finger dexterity required to manipulate objects.

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please complete the online application and send a résumé with cover letter addressed to:

Human Resources
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026
HR@nobles.edu

Writer / Content Manager

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

Nobles seeks a writer/content manager to work closely with the director and all members of the communications team to develop compelling content and contribute to the school’s strategic communications planning and execution. The ideal candidate is an exceptional writer and editor with a strong technology background. Qualifications include competence in WordPress and knowledge of information architecture, usability and analytics. Familiarity with digital photography, graphic design, social media and/or data integration are desirable but not required.

The writer/content manager should demonstrate an interest in tone, institutional messaging and consistency in support of mission; the writer/content manager will articulate these concepts and standards to other members of the community, overseeing digital workflow, internal training and recommending priorities for development. The writer/content manager will manage projects from concept to delivery, including participation in creative development, collaboration with colleagues across departments and with consultants. Additional duties may include day-to-day web editing, writing for print publications, scheduling photo or video shoots, general project management, assisting with the maintenance of the school’s digital assets, or other tasks.

Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in English literature, journalism, communications or related field. Flexibility, energy, humor, a strong work ethic and creative problem-solving skills are also required. Appreciation of independent school education is a strong plus.

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Please send 1-3 writing samples, along with a resume and cover letter (email preferred), to:

Heather Sullivan
Heather_Sullivan@nobles.edu
Director of Communications
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026

Assistant Director of Reunion Giving

Noble and Greenough School, an independent middle and high school located in Dedham, MA, seeks an Assistant Director of Reunion Giving to join its team.  This position reports to the Major Gifts, Director of Graduate Leadership Giving and will be responsible for promoting the continued growth, in both total dollars and in participation, of the Annual Nobles Fund with particular emphasis on leading reunion class giving.

Responsibilities and tasks for this position include:

Reunion:

  • Manage reunion planning and collaborate with all reunion managers, as well as members of the graduate affairs and operations teams.
  • Work closely with major gift officers who will be managing leadership giving for reunion classes; provide them with class fundraising updates and/or relevant class and reunion planning information.
  • Coordinate all aspects for 2-3 reunion classes including committee recruitment and management, class fundraising, and class specific reunion event needs.  Serve as the key point of contact between Nobles and reunion committee members.
  • Organize reunion manager and committee meetings including solidifying date, time and location, as well as preparing the agenda and following up with specific next steps.
  • Support each reunion committee as necessary to ensure dollar and participation goals are achieved and help with specialized programming as allowed.

Direct Fundraising:

  • Solicit Nobles reunion graduates on behalf of the ANF (for participation level gifts) as needed throughout the year via phone, email, and in person.
  • Support the ANF team and reunion team with stewardship, cultivation, and fundraising events.
  • Assist in fall “Nucleus Fund” fundraising push to secure over 70% of our ANF goal in gifts and pledges.
  • Assist in year-end solicitations to ensure ANF dollar and participation goals are met.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • At least 3 years of fundraising and/or alumni relations experience.
  • Strong verbal and written skills, and strong organizational skills with demonstrated ability in effectively handling multiple projects with extreme attention to detail.
  • Ability to motivate and manage staff and volunteers and set and achieve specific goals and priorities.
  • Proven leader with outstanding judgment and diplomatic tact relating to communications with donors and key constituents.
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Google Drive.
  • Database management experience (specifically Raiser’s Edge) preferred.
  • Must be able to maintain confidential and sensitive information.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Katie Coggeshall, Major Gifts, Director of Graduate Leadership Giving, at k_coggeshall@nobles.edu.  No phone calls please.

Coaching Positions

Head Boys Varsity Tennis Coach

Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a co-educational, non-sectarian, rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. Nobles is committed to creating a learning environment that represents diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, background, experience and perspective. Doing so is intrinsic to our mission and improves the educational experience for all.

Nobles seeks an experienced educator to lead our boys varsity tennis team. For this position, the successful candidate will have a strong background working as a tennis coach and educator and a passion for working with adolescents.

This full-time or part-time position is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic athletic department and faculty whose members are passionate about developing positive student-teacher relationships and fostering the growth of engaged, ethical citizens and leaders.

People of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, and members of other historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please complete the online application and upload a résumé with cover letter addressed to:

Michael Denning, Head of Upper School
Noble and Greenough School
10 Campus Drive
Dedham, MA 02026

 

Application Form

Employment application (to mail)

*Noble and Greenough School is an equal opportunity employer.

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