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Dana Hall values each faculty and staff member and the distinct expertise and perspective she or he contributes to Dana Hall community. Dana Hall employees are talented individuals who thrive in a setting that supports each individual’s learning style and encourages risk-taking. Working collaboratively, they guide each student to grow into the best possible version of herself.

Administrative

Faculty

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  • Computer Science Teacher and STEM Coordinator (Part-Time)

     
    This part-time, 3/5ths position supports computer science, academic technology, and STEM efforts for grades 5-12.

    Grades 7 and 8

    This position supports teachers of all subject areas in integrating computer science and design thinking into their classroom curricula and collaborates with teachers around the use of the Makerspace. The person in this role will build collaborative relationships with teachers, understand their curricular goals, and support their efforts at increasing the use of technology and resources for innovative, student-centered learning.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Supporting teachers in developing and delivering educationally sound technology projects within their classroom and in the Makerspace
    • Serving as a researcher, supporter, and collaborator to bring teachers’ new curricular STEM-based ideas into fruition
    • Co-designing and co-teaching lessons and classes, as needed, for the successful implementation of new and past STEM and engineering projects
    • Participating in the management of the Makerspace, including the upkeep of supplies, tools, and scheduling
    • Operating and helping others safely operate the Makerspace tools, including the laser cutter, 3D printers, robotics kits, electronics, vinyl cutter, hand tools, power tools, etc

    Grades 9-12

    This position is responsible for teaching 2 Upper School minor elective courses in the Computer Science and Engineering Department-- Foundations in Computer Science and smART Tech, a course focused on the creation of hands-on projects that merge computer science programming with the design of physical objects.

    Grades 5-12

    The STEM coordinator is responsible for providing support in the coordination and implementation of the School’s 5-12 STEM efforts, including but not limited to designing STEM units and lessons, providing content knowledge in STEM, and sharing best practices.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Overseeing the coordination, development, and delivery of the STEM program and related professional development opportunities for students and faculty in partnership with Department Heads, Division Directors, the Middle School Academic Technology Coordinator, the Director of Academic Technology, and the Academic Dean
    • Acting as a cross-departmental coordinator for STEM-related projects, activities, or events
    • Organizing, developing, and coordinating STEM events/activities, including all school presentations and assemblies
    • Serving as a resource in identifying appropriate research-based instructional strategies to improve STEM achievement for students in grades 5-12
    • Facilitating student participation in national and local math, science, and engineering opportunities and competitions
    • Serving as liaison to prospective or selected STEM programs and vendors to help determine the best resources and innovations that will optimize the learning experience for students and faculty
    • Attending professional development and training related to STEM programs and methodologies

    Dana Hall School seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and inclusive educational practices.
  • Middle School 6th Grade Math and Science Teacher

     
    Dana Hall is seeking an experienced Middle School math and science teacher beginning in the Fall of 2019.  

    Responsibilities will include teaching 2 sections of 6th-grade math and 2 sections of 6th-grade science,
    advising a small group of students, coaching two seasons or the equivalent, and participating as needed in the co-curricular life of the school.

    The ideal candidate will possess most or all of these qualifications:

    • Experience teaching Middle School math and science
    • Interest, experience, and ability to connect mathematical and scientific learning across disciplines
    • A post-secondary degree
    • Experience in employing a variety of pedagogical approaches for different learning styles
    • Interest in using technology thoughtfully and creatively to enhance teaching and learning (Dana Hall School is a 1-1 iPad school)
    • Commitment to fostering an inclusive learning environment
    • Flexibility and collaborative spirit in working with department members and colleagues across disciplines as a member of a small division

    Dana Hall School seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and inclusive educational practices.

Staff

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  • Residential House Assistant

    Dana Hall School seeks candidates for the position of Residential House Assistant for the 2019-2020 school year. The individual in this position will be accountable for:
     
    • Living in the dormitory
    • Serving as a role model and mentor, while providing a caring, supportive environment to residential students
    • Working closely with the House Director to oversee the day-to-day operation of the dorm and the well-being of the students
    • Maintaining close communication with faculty, staff, student, and parents, especially as it relates to boarding life
    • Overseeing dorm duty: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday (5:00 p.m. – overnight), and Sunday morning (8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.) 
    • Managing administrative work related to running the dorm (student permissions, maintenance requests, student travel forms, etc.) 
    • Participating in House Assistant meetings
    • Serving on a Weekend Duty Team, chaperoning weekend activities, and other similar activities (approximately) two times per year
     
    This is a part-time position for the academic year and it includes evening and weekend hours. House Assistants serve on the boarding life team and report to the Dean of Residential Life. Successful candidates will orient, nurture and provide support and encouragement to each individual student while helping to establish a sense of community that supports the School’s mission. 
     
    Candidates should have a college degree and prior experience working with adolescent girls in a teaching or supervisory capacity, ideally in a residential setting.  Other requirements include excellent communication skills, an ability to multi-task and maintain details, in addition to the flexibility to manage multiple and, at times, competing priorities, as well as the ability to be a team player who is held accountable for the overall quality of the program. 
     
    This is a ten-month, part-time position reporting to the Dean of Residential Life.  
     
    Dana Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices.


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  • Prospect Researcher and Gift Coordinator

    Dana Hall School seeks candidates for the position of Prospect Researcher and Gift Coordinator. The individual in this position will be accountable for:
     
    • Researching high net worth donor prospects and gathering information regarding their philanthropic interests, giving capacity, connections, background, etc.
    • Working with the Database Manager, entering this information in appropriate fields in the Raiser’s Edge database
    • Preparing biographical profiles and research reports for use by staff and key volunteers involved in major gift work
    • Identifying potential sources of corporate and foundation support to match campaign initiatives
    • Searching for new prospects by scanning online and print resources for successful organizations and individuals who may have interests that align with Dana Hall’s strategic priorities
    • Ensuring information on donors and prospects is up-to-date, accurate, and properly documented
    • Maintaining, updating and facilitating a moves management system that drives cultivation and solicitation strategies for donors and prospect
    • Establishing and maintaining a process for allocation of new prospects
    • Entering all pledges and gifts into the database in a timely manner and delivering gift deposits, gift log and other necessary reports to the Business Office
    • Selecting appropriate acknowledgment letters to be printed and producing a gifts report to distribute to all staff members
    • Working closely with the Business Office and Database Manager to reconcile gifts and pledges entered into the system. 
    • Entering and tracking event registration for certain events throughout the year
    • Closing the Dana Fund and preparing funds and acknowledgement letters in Raiser’s Edge for upcoming fiscal year
    • Completing other duties as assigned
     
    The Prospect Researcher and Gift Coordinator is responsible for conducting online and print research in order to identify and qualify prospects (individuals, corporations, foundations) with the capacity to make major gifts. In addition, this position provides timely and accurate gift entry and gift acknowledgement.
     
    Candidates must have: a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred; 3-5 year of related work experience; technical knowledge of data management systems and processes; experience with relevant Blackbaud solutions preferred, such as Raiser’s Edge/NXT and Online Express; knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Apps.
     
    Successful candidates will possess: excellent problem-solving, technology, and customer service skills; superior time-management skills with an ability to manage many tasks and projects simultaneously, while adhering to deadlines and maintaining quality work products; excellent organizational skills with a strong attention to detail and an ability to create effective action plans to meet goals; strong analytical skills, including the ability to analyze and interpret business and financial data; effective communication skills, both orally and in writing; an ability to communicate complex issues, as well as to maintain open communication channels with relevant stakeholders.  
     
    This is a 12-month, full-time position reporting to the Database Manager.
     
    Dana Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices.

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  • Web Content Coordinator (Part-Time)

    Dana Hall School seeks candidates for the position of Web Content Coordinator (part-time). The individual in this position will be responsible for:
     
    • Working as part of a cross-departmental team responsible for the upkeep and improvement of www.danahall.org and related digital communications
    • Creating original editorial material and assisting a variety of content providers and internal stakeholders for the purpose of updating, enhancing and/or modifying content on the website
    • Upholding standards for design, navigation and user experience – including editorial style and accessibility – for the purpose of meeting Dana Hall’s communication goals and presenting consistent messaging within the community
    • Serving as the liaison for the School’s web service provider (Blackbaud) as well as all internal constituents with regard to web activities and digital communications. 
     
    Successful candidates will possess impeccable organizational skills; attention to detail; an ability to multi-task and consistently meet deadlines; the flexibility to manage multiple and, at times, competing priorities; excellent interpersonal skills; demonstrated effective written and visual communication skills; the ability to work independently and collaboratively.
     
    Candidates should have: a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 2-3 years of experience in communications, technology and/or education or related field; experience maintaining and creating website content in various mediums (text, images, video, multimedia); experience with digital communications platforms in a professional context, including content management systems (CMS), social media platforms, constituent communications providers (e.g., MailChimp or Constant Contact), editing tools (Adobe Creative Suite).  A working knowledge of HTML and web development software, as well as previous experience with Blackbaud’s OnProducts is preferred.
     
    This a 12-month part-time position (20 hours per week, though weekly hours may fluctuate depending on the time of year/needs of the School) reporting to the Director of Communications.
     
    Dana Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices.

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Coaching

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  • Varsity Softball Head Coach (Part-Time)

    Dana Hall School is seeking a varsity softball head coach for the 2020 spring season (from March through May). This is a part-time position with responsibilities on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 3:30 p.m., Wednesdays and Fridays starting at 2 p.m., and occasional Saturdays. Experience coaching girls at the youth, high school or college level is required, and teaching experience is preferred.

    Dana Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices.

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  • Varsity Volleyball Assistant Coach (Part-Time)

    Dana Hall School is seeking a varsity volleyball assistant coach for the 2019 fall season (from September through November). This is a part-time position with responsibilities on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 3:30 p.m., Wednesdays and Fridays starting at 2 p.m., and occasional Saturdays. Experience coaching girls at the youth, high school or college level is required, and teaching experience is preferred.

    Dana Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices.

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School of Music

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Dana Hall strives to provide employees access to opportunities for growth and professional development, and to enhance and expand our ability to hire, retain, develop, and promote a diverse workforce.

Dana Hall School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Dana Hall School seeks to reflect in its faculty and staff the diversity present within the student body.

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  • Area Studies Symposium

    Favorite Assignment
  • Blue Key Club

    Favorite Activity
  • Middle Eastern Studies

    Favorite Class

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  • Caroline

    "Middle Eastern Studies has been my favorite Dana Hall class because both the teacher and the discussions always kept me engaged and excited to learn more."
    -Caroline '18