St. Mark’s School seeks an Assistant Director of Admission. The Assistant Director of Admission is required to travel, both local and long-distance (within the United States); make school visits, and provide on and off-campus interviews. Saturday work is required along with occasional weekend fairs which may include Sundays. Extensive interviewing and campus tours required. The Assistant Director of Admission is expected to assist with greeting families in the Admission Parlor. The Assistant Director of Admission will serve as a member of the Admission Committee.
The Assistant Director of Admission reports to the Director of Admission.
Assists with student, faculty and parent participation in the campus visit program with an emphasis on training, evaluation, and accountability
Travel to fairs, feeder schools and receptions as assigned by the Director
Cultivates special interest markets and communicates with academic, athletic, and/or arts departments according to student interests.
Interviews and evaluates prospective candidates and meet with their parent/parents.
Completes interview notes in a timely manner and enters them into the admission database.
Assists in planning and participates in all admission related special events including but not limited to new student Orientation, Open House, and Admission Revisit Days.
Assists in the evaluation of admission applications
A key member of the Admission Committee and responsible for reading and evaluating admission files
Participates, as deemed appropriate, in other duties of the school community, including but limited to, advising, coaching, dorm duty, dorm head and teaching
Resides on campus
Supports administrative staff with special projects as deemed necessary by the department, including but not limited to, data entry and campus visit scheduling.
St. Mark’s School seeks to reflect the increasingly diverse world in which we live. We provide our students with a superior education in a caring community of students, parents, faculty, and staff that represents a variety of racial, ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. We strive to ensure opportunities for all students regardless of gender, race, religion, color, ethnicity, sexual preference, gender identity or economic background. In support of our objective, St. Mark’s School will:
continue to give special importance to the inclusion within our student body, our faculty, and our staff of persons from all groups within our society, including those who have experienced prejudice and disadvantage,
provide all members of the School with a range of appropriate opportunities to develop skills for living in a diverse community and integrate diversity initiatives throughout the School program.
empower all members of the St. Mark’s community to share their differences as well as their common experiences to enhance their education.
St. Mark's School is a coed, private boarding high school of approximately 360 students with a strong, college preparatory curriculum located 22 miles west of Boston and 12 miles east of Worcester. The small size of the community, its ideal location, and its rigorous intellectual atmosphere make St. Mark’s a great place to live and work. The School offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package including retirement plan, paid vacations and medical insurance.
No emails or calls, please. Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About St. Mark's School
St. Mark’s, founded in 1865, is a coeducational college-preparatory school, educating students in grades nine through twelve, 80% of whom board. Nested upon 200 acres in the picturesque suburb of Southborough, Massachusetts, the school is only 25 miles from the abundant cultural and social opportunities in Boston.
The school’s outstanding faculty — 70 in number — leads 360 students through a rigorous curriculum and a full program of athletic, artistic and spiritual activities, fostering a close and supportive community. With classes meeting six days a week, Monday through Saturday, St. Mark’s engages and motivates talented students of diverse backgrounds from around the country and around the world (20% of student body is international), emphasizing excellence, values, character and service to the larger community. Class size averages 12 students, with a student–faculty ratio of five to one.
Dr. John Warren, a graduate of the Class of 1974, was appointed in July 2006 as the fifteenth Head of School for St. Mark’s School.
St. Mark’s School provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, ...national origin, gender, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability or genetics, and any other characteristic or status protected by law.