We are always looking for passionate, dynamic, and caring individuals to join our school community. Interested applicants should send a resume, (3) professional references, and a letter of intent to the person indicated in the job posts below:
Camp Glen Brook is seeking an experienced educator and leader to plan, organize, and operate our summer camp and school programs. This is a full-time, year-round position.
Job Title: Youth Program Director
Reports to: Executive Director
Plan, direct, supervise, and provide school programs for children. Help to train, support, and manage staff for Summer Camp, Winter Camp, and School Programs. Ensure that programs are safe and consistent with the camp mission statement and values.
Camp and School Programs:
- Plan and direct school programs for children, and help to plan and direct summer programs.
- Create and supervise schedules, procedures, and routines for these programs.
- Offer consistent leadership and hospitality to all camp program attendees and staff.
- Direct the day-to-day operation of the programs.
- Supervise the evaluation and continuous improvement of all school programs.
- Help design and implement staff trainings
- Create and implement a system to supervise, support, and evaluate school program staff.
- Help provide an atmosphere for developing good morale and well-being among the camp family.
Facilities and Equipment:
- Help to maintain the High Ropes Course, wilderness trip equipment, waterfront equipment and all other camp equipment in sound working order.
- Collaborate with the Executive Director and Facilities Director to ensure that all facilities used during programs are maintained in good working order
- Maintain program supplies and equipment inventory and purchase as necessary within the budget.
Safety and Compliance:
- Monitor safety and supervision procedures of students and program staff.
- Monitor, and teach as needed, Camp Glen Brook’s Emergency Management Plan, including emergency procedures and staff preparedness.
- Help ensure compliance with all governmental regulations, licensing and reporting; and maintain ACA accreditation.
Outreach and Development:
- Support efforts in promotion of camp programs.
- Limited travel for outreach, fundraising and camper recruitment as needed.
Glen Brook Team support:
- Be an enthusiastic and supportive team member
- Participate in interdepartmental collaborative work such as work parties and animal chore coverage
- Participate in regularly scheduled Director and Staff Meetings and meetings with the Executive Director.
- 3 years of teaching experience with a focus on outdoor and/or experiential education
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong work ethic, a consistent positive attitude, attention to detail, and a capacity for cooperative teamwork
- Valid driver’s license with clean record
- Ability to plan, originate, organize, and carry out daily and special programs
- Desire and ability to work collaboratively as a member of a multi-disciplinary camp team
- Current or willingness to gain certification in CPR, Wilderness first –aid, high ropes instruction, and lifeguarding
- Experience and competence in camping, navigating, hiking, and canoeing
- Wilderness First Aid or First Responder certification
- Musical and/or storytelling experience
- Farm and garden experience
Salary and Benefits
- Competitive salary commensurate with experience
- Four weeks paid vacation
- Health Insurance plan option
- Pension after one year
Visit www.glenbrook.org to learn more about Camp Glen Brook and our programs
To apply: send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Waldorf School of Garden City seeks a Full-Time Math Math Teacher for Grades 3-8 for the 2023-24 school year.
Salary Range is $54,250-$70,000 depending on experience.
About The Waldorf School of Garden City
The Waldorf School of Garden City educates children to meet the world with purpose, gratitude, and respect. We strive to be an environment where diversity is celebrated, and all students, educators, and families are valued for their unique gifts and contributions to our community. Our teaching community strives for an ever-expanding understanding of complex issues of race, equity, identity, and wellness.
Join our vibrant and diverse school community, where collaboration and creativity combine with our Waldorf curriculum to meet the needs of today’s students. We balance rigorous academics and form with creative expression and enthusiasm for learning.
Located on ten lush acres, we are situated between northern and southern beaches and yet only a 45-minute drive to the cultural offerings of Manhattan. Our 75+ years of experience and an innovative outlook toward the future make working at our School extraordinary.
Our teachers are supported through mentorship and ongoing professional development. This person must be interested and willing to learn Waldorf pedagogy and work collaboratively with colleagues.
To apply, please email a resume, three professional references, and a letter of intent to Faculty Chair Kelly O’Halogan at email@example.com.
The Waldorf School of Garden City seeks substitute teachers for the Early Childhood Program, Grades 1-8, and Grades 9-12 who can be available as needed for classes throughout the School year.
The pay rate for this position $175 for full day of substitution, $125 for half day of substitution, or $45 per lesson – depending on the length of the assignment.
If you or someone you know is interested and available, please contact Faculty Chair, Kelly O’Halogan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach a letter of interest and resume with your email.