Inspiring the Next Generation
Hyde School is dedicated to the development of character and leadership in students and families. Hyde is not just a great place to be a student; it’s also a great place to work. When you become a Hyde employee, you gain the opportunity to work in an environment that supports your efforts to pursue your individual best and discover your potential. We wish you the best in your pursuit to become a member of the Hyde team!
Our campus in Bath, Maine provides a picturesque setting in which to work.
Academic Support Program Coordinator
The Hyde School model of academics is represented through the Learning Triangle: student, teacher, and subject at the core of our intellectual pursuits. The triangle recognizes the powerful relationships of discovery formed through learning. This approach forms a bond between the student and the teacher at the base of the triangle, in pursuit of a catalyzing subject. This catalyst serves to strengthen the bond between teacher and student through mutual investigation. When optimized, this powerful triangle becomes truly conscience-centered in its quest for knowledge.
The school’s belief about teaching is that it should be student-centered rather than content-centered. We believe learning is strongest when it is a synergistic experience rather than isolationist. Therefore, we strive to differentiate to meet students where they are and to allow for choice. Additionally, we work to create collaborative, cooperative classrooms full of small and large group work.
Our Academic Support Program is looking for someone to oversee the program under the supervision of the Director of Studies and Head of School. This person will have a strong belief in students individual unique potential and will work with students and faculty to best support the individual learning styles and needs of the students.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Oversee the Academic Support Program and all of its functions.
- Supervise academic support tutors and staff.
- Work closely with and oversees the coordinator of evening Guided Study program.
- Communicates closely with the business office to ensure proper contract paperwork and appropriate program fees are billed.
- Teach executive function class(s) and work with students enrolled in academic support during scheduled periods of the day.
- Manage academic services for students enrolled in the support program.
- Communicate IEP and 504 recommendations to faculty and support them in accommodating learning for students.
- Support the School counselor and Admissions Team in evaluating potential students evaluations and testing.
- Design and lead professional development training for faculty regarding the needs of diverse learners, accommodations and modifications.
- Work with the Director of Studies and Dean of Instruction to meet program objectives.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education, or related field.
- Minimum of 3 years of experience working with students with IEPs and/or psycho-educational evaluations.
- Fluent with Microsoft Office, Google Suite products.
- Ability to learn scheduling and grading software programs such as Senior Systems.
- Flexible attitude and strong commitment to follow through.
- Strong organizational skills.
In addition, be willing to coach, oversee a Discovery Group and work with a class Curriculum Group, live in a dorm and provide oversight for its residents.
To Apply: Email your resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement
Hyde School seeks an energetic, results-oriented, and experienced development professional for the position of Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement. Reporting to the Director of Advancement, the Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement will be responsible for developing and implementing the annual strategy, messaging, and timeline to maximize annual giving and alumni engagement, using direct mail, email, phone, social media, events, and personal visits. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3-5 years of direct fundraising experience and enjoy the creative autonomy and collaboration that small shops afford. This is a full-time, year-round position with benefits package.
- Develop and implement a comprehensive annual giving strategy focused on donor acquisition, reactivation, and retention to achieve fundraising and participation goals.
- Grow the major gift prospect pipeline by researching, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding annual fund donors.
- Generate and prepare reports and analyses to monitor annual giving and regularly report progress to the Development Team.
- Recruit, train, manage and thank volunteers (current parent, alumni parent and alumni volunteers) to assist with fundraising and engagement initiatives.
- Lead faculty and staff giving campaign.
- Lead the matching gift program.
- Lead the Alumni Hall of Honor program.
- Develop relationships with students, faculty, parents, and alumni to gather stories of impact and use them to create segmented donor-centric appeals and stewardship touches.
- Plan, organize and implement regional gatherings, as needed.
- Plan, implement, manage and track stewardship efforts for scholarship donors.
- Generate, produce and distribute in a timely manner an accurate and comprehensive Annual Report.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- A minimum of 3-5 years of related fundraising experience; independent school experience a plus.
- Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
- Detail oriented.
- Demonstrated ability to make connections and communicate effectively with donors, students, parents, faculty, and staff.
- Strong organizational, project-management, and time-management skills – must have the ability and desire to multitask, prioritize and meet deadlines in a fast-paced work environment
- Experience with events management – planning, implementation, oversight and follow-up is a plus.
- A good sense of humor and a positive attitude.
- Proficiency in working with a variety of software – fundraising databases (Senior Systems a plus), Microsoft Suite and Google applications.
- A commitment to mission, programs, and future aspirations of the school.
- Willingness and ability to travel and work nights and weekends, as required.
Hyde School, founded in 1966, is an independent secondary boarding school situated on 145 acres in Bath, ME. At Hyde School, family-based character education has been central to the School’s approach for over 50 years. The curriculum at Hyde School is founded on character education including academics, athletics, performing arts, and community service.
Please submit your cover letter, resume, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head Athletic Trainer
Hyde School is seeking a Head Athletic Trainer. The Head Athletic Trainer will be responsible for:
- Impact testing of all athletes
- Communication with the school nurses and health center staff regarding injury status
- Proper documentation
- Field set up
- Assisting in scheduling appointments as needed
- Provide coverage for all home events
This is a full-time position and could be designed to include teaching one class of Anatomy and Physiology. The position comes with free housing and dining hall admittance. A Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training is required, and candidates must be licensed or be eligible for a license in the State of Maine.
To apply: Email your resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
Part Time/Seasonal Food Service Employee
Hyde School operates a full service dining program on the Bath Campus, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner to approximately 170 students, as well as residential faculty and staff. Our school year runs from September through May. The program services smaller groups during the summer months of June through August.
- Preparation of salad bar items to include fruits, vegetables and composed salads
- Setting up, breaking down and cleaning of salad bar and fruit bar
- Ability to follow recipes
- Customer service oriented
- TEAM Player
- Prior Food Service Experience Preferred
Friday 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Saturday 5:30 AM to 2:00 PM
To apply: Complete the Employment Application (PDF) – P
Hyde School is seeking RNs to work in our on-campus health center. We have daytime, evening and weekend hours available. Our school nurses assess/treat students, administer medications, partner with our Sports Trainer around sports injuries and interact with faculty in a community setting.
A School Nurse Certificate from the Maine Department of Education is required. Ideal candidates will have 5+ years of nursing experience working with adolescents. Full and part time positions available.
To apply: Email your resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hyde School is an equal-opportunity employer.