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Career Opportunities

Oldfields School is committed to the intellectual and moral development of young women. In a culture of kindness and mutual respect, we encourage each student to make the most of her academic and personal potential. We seek to guide each student to grow in character, confidence, and knowledge by encouraging her to embrace the values of personal honesty, intellectual curiosity, and social responsibility.

Our motto – Fortezza, Umilitade, e Largo Core - Courage, Humility, and Largeness of Heart, are the core values and beliefs that define our school culture.

Oldfields School is an equal opportunity employer, and is constantly seeking to provide our students with the best faculty and administration available. We seek applicants who are open to professional growth and are committed to our mission and motto.

Qualified candidates can submit their resume electronically to humanresources@oldfieldsschool.org or mail to:

Oldfields School
Attn: Human Resources
1500 Glencoe Road
Sparks Glencoe, Maryland 21152

Current Opportunities:

Director of Admission

Description of Qualifications:
  • A minimum of five years of admission/financial aid experience; a master’s degree or higher preferred
  • Strong analytical and decision-making skills
  • Skilled in promoting a vision, communicating a strategy, and implementing goals
  • Knowledge of and experience working with varied learners; the ability to interpret testing and neuro-psych evaluations; the experience to predict excellent matriculation matches
  • A track record of working successfully with a variety of constituents, including parents, students, referral professionals, and faculty and staff
  • Experience successfully training, managing, and mentoring a motivated staff
  • The ability to maximize technological tools for information and database management to reflect, project, and forecast enrollment opportunities
  • Experience determining the appropriate role of financial aid in optimizing enrollment management
  • A broad-based understanding of marketing that allows one to further an organization’s brand using varied methods including social media and inbound marketing
  • A work history that includes speaking publicly on behalf of an organization to large audiences and in intimate settings
  • The ability to travel broadly on behalf of the School

Description of Duties:

The Director of Admission will be responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of a vibrant office, with three admission officers. The Director will be responsible for working with the entire Oldfields community to aid in the admissions and retention process. As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Admission will not only be an advocate for enrollment, he or she will also be engaged with issues that influence school life and have an impact of faculty/staff, students, and their families. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Oversee the program of admissions of new students to the School
  • Present the School to prospective students and parents, which includes systematic and efficient handling of applicants and communication with candidates and their parents; interviews with candidates and their parents; arrangements for educational testing; securing of necessary student credentials; and communicating final decisions to appropriate individuals
  • Oversee the admission office, create admissions budget and appropriate admissions and marketing materials, mailings, and publications
  • Advise and consult the Head of School on all aspects of admissions and school life
  • Develop new programs and initiatives to attract and retain qualified and mission-appropriate students
  • Organize and oversee the Financial Aid Committee with the Head of School and the CFO/Business Manager
  • Work in conjunction with the Marketing and Communications office to evaluate and redesign where appropriate all aspects of the admissions and marketing program with the goal of maintaining a capacity enrollment of mission-appropriate students and a wait-list of qualified applicants
  • Personally demonstrate the persistence, insistence, and consistence necessary to inspire positive behavior
  • Actively promote and teach the faculty and staff about the school admissions and the admissions process
  • Proactively communicate with prospective and current parents
  • Have a regular presence on campus and in classrooms, dorms and on playing fields in particular
  • Keep relevant statistics on all aspects of the admission and re-enrollment program and ensure the Head of School is regularly updated on enrollment issues
  • Represent the School at various gatherings and conferences
  • Act as a member of various ad hoc and standing committees as necessary
  • Support the School and its leadership
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head of School

Director of Learning Support

The Director of Learning Support coordinates and manages all campus resources utilized by students with learning differences. This person will also coordinate the Academic Strategies Program, a one-on-one fee-based learning support program that is provided to our Oldfields families. The Director of Learning Support provides support for teachers and parents regarding students’ specific needs. Knowledge of best practices supporting students with mild to moderate learning disabilities and a master’s degree in Learning Disabilities, Special Education, or related field with a minimum of 2 years of experience is required.

Responsibilities:

  • Review psycho-educational assessments and generate Oldfields Accommodation Plans (OAPs) and Academic Strategies Plans (ASPs) for each student. Review plans with students, parents and appropriate faculty/staff.
  • Work with students on a drop-in or scheduled basis depending on need and schedule. Teach effective learning strategies, test-taking skills, organizational and time management skills.
  • Communicate regularly with parents, according to each student’s plan (i.e. weekly or bi-monthly to report the results of one-to-one student tutoring session).
  • Communicate regularly with teachers to cooperatively meet students’ needs.
  • Maintain a current list of educational evaluators and provide appropriate information to families needing this service.
  • Coordinates, plans spaces for, and communicates with adult tutors and peer tutors on campus.
  • Observe students in classes in order to appraise their learning needs.
  • Offer faculty workshops and resources.
  • Attend academic departmental team meetings, as needed.
  • Arrange special testing accommodations on class tests and trimester exams for students with OAPs. Inform students and teachers of accommodations.
  • Collaborate with Admissions Office concerning prospective students and meet perspective families as requested.
  • Help seniors apply for college accommodations as warranted.
  • Oversee AP exams in May – ordering, scheduling rooms and proctors, etc.
  • Assist the accommodations request process for college admissions standardized testing and the administration of these tests for school-based testers.

Head Varsity Softball Coach

Date Needed: 2/22/17
Part-Time Position

Head Varsity Softball Coach

Oldfields School is currently seeking a Head Women’s Varsity Softball Coach for the 2017 Spring Season. We are a boarding school of 175 girls looking to build our very young program in the IAAM ‘C’ conference. Personal competitive high school and/or college experience preferred.
Responsibilities include:

  • Teaching, coaching and mentoring an exceptional group of female athletes.
  • Prepare each athlete individually while upholding a strong, positive team mentality.
  • Demonstrate a strong understanding of the rules, strategies and techniques of the game.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Availability for all practices, games, championships and award banquets.
    • Practice time: M – F (3:45 – 5:45pm)
    • Approximately 2 games/week
  • Ability to drive a 15 passenger vehicle – Training available.
  • Start Date – February 22nd, 2017
  • End Date – May 13th, 2017
  • We offer competitive pay for this temporary position.

Please send resume and cover letter to our Athletic Director, Keslie Tomlinson. TomlinsonK@OldfieldsSchool.org

Human Resources Associate

Oldfields School, all-girls’ international boarding and day school in northern Baltimore County, is looking for an experienced Human Resources Associate. This is an outstanding opportunity for a person with a high degree of integrity and a deep commitment to the value of a single sex independent school education.

Responsibilities:

  • Process payroll semi-monthly, including time and attendance tracking and calculating and submitting retirement contributions and health savings deposits.
  • Maintain all employment related paperwork for new and terminated employees.
  • Administer benefits for new enrollments, changes, and terminations directly with our benefit agency or provider.
  • Maintain payroll and benefit databases with third party vendors.
  • Administer leave of absence and workers’ compensation processes.
  • Assist in interview process, new employee orientations, employee development, disciplinary matters, and exit interviews.
  • Assist with keeping job descriptions up-to-date and implementing and maintaining a performance evaluation process.
  • Maintain background check and driving records review process.
  • Administer wellness, safety, and other educational programs.
  • Assist employees with benefit issues.
  • Assist with financial and benefit audits and benefits reporting.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all human resources information.
  • Adhere to and assist in enforcing all School policies and procedures.
  • Assist in maintaining policies, procedures and manuals.
  • Assist Business Office with administrative work and various projects.
  • Promote the mission of the School.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred (in human resources or related field).
  • 3+ years of direct human resource experience.
  • Knowledge of employment laws and regulations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • Self-motivated and ability to work independently.
  • Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously with close attention to detail.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office software, including Outlook, Excel, and Word.
  • Remain active for an eight hour shift and sit upright for long periods of time.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule during busiest time periods.
  • Must be able to exert up to 35 pounds of force to lift, push, pull, carry, or otherwise move objects.

Disclaimer:

The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and/or skills required of all personnel so classified. Therefore, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.

Classification:

Non-Exempt Part-Time

Learning Support Specialist

The Learning Support Specialist works under the supervision of the Director of Learning Support to provide tutoring, support, and guidance for identified students with specific needs or any student who requests organization or study skills assistance. Knowledge of best practices supporting students with mild to moderate learning disabilities and a master’s degree in Learning Disabilities, Special Education, or related field with a minimum of 2 years of experience is required.

Responsibilities:

  • Review psycho-educational assessments and help generate student educational plans (OAPs) and Academic Strategies Plans (ASPs). Review these with students and appropriate faculty.
  • Work with students on a drop-in or scheduled basis, depending on their need and program. Teach study strategies, test-taking skills, organizational skills, etc., per the job description in the Faculty Policies and Procedures Handbook.
  • Communicate regularly with parents, according to each student’s plan (i.e. weekly or bi-monthly to report the results of one-to-one student tutoring session).
  • Communicate regularly with teachers to cooperatively meet students’ needs.
  • Observe students in classes in order to appraise their learning needs.
  • Help coordinate faculty workshops and resources as needed
  • Attend academic departmental team meetings, as needed.

Health Center Nurse

Oldfields School, an all girls’ international boarding and day school in northern Baltimore County, is looking for an experienced Health Center Nurse. This is an outstanding opportunity for a person with a high degree of integrity and a deep commitment to the value of a single sex independent school education.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide medical assessment and care for students.
    • Arrange appointments for students with local physicians regularly.
    • On-call duties two nights a week and every other weekend, which may include overnight stays in the Health Center when students are sick.
    • Administer Magnus Health Tracker software, which allows for electronic management of all health and immunization records, including records for international students
    • Maintain confidentiality of all health-related records.
      • Maintain knowledge of standard emergency policies and procedures.
      • Assist with maintaining policies, procedures, and manuals in the Health Center.
      • Assist with health, wellness, and safety programs at the School, including education of faculty, staff, students, and parents.
      • Communicate in a professional manner with faculty, staff, students, and parents.
  • Administer prescription and over-the-counter medication daily.
  • Manage retention of all required student health records before and during the school year and review and communicate necessary information to appropriate faculty and staff.
  • Work directly with Athletic Trainers and athletic team coaches to manage diagnosis and treatment of student/athlete injuries.
  • Promote a warm and nurturing environment in the Health Center.
  • Adhere to and assist in enforcing all School policies and procedures.
  • Promote the mission of the School.
  • Additional responsibilities to be assigned for optional housing arrangement, based on availability.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Registration and certification as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Maryland.
  • Experience in a school environment preferred.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Availability to work alternate shifts from week to week.
  • Availability to work flexible schedule during seasonal illnesses on campus.
  • Availability for on-call duties as assigned and as needed.
  • Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously with close attention to detail.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office software, including Outlook, Excel, and Word.
  • Remain active for an eight-hour or more shift and sit upright for long periods of time.
  • Must be able to exert up to 35 pounds of force to lift, push, pull, carry, or otherwise move objects.

Disclaimer:

The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and/or skills required of all personnel so classified. Therefore, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.

Classification:

11-Month Exempt, Full-Time


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