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GET TO KNOW US

Episcopal offers the best of both professional worlds, a tight-knit and inclusive community where over 90% of faculty and 100% of students live together 24/7 on campus, nestled in historic Alexandria, Virginia, and less than eight miles from the heart of the nation's capital of Washington, D.C. 

At Episcopal High School class sizes are small, typically 10 to 12 students, allowing teachers to actively involve students in discussions, draw out their thoughts, and focus on special areas of interest or need. EHS faculty members usually teach four sections, or a total of 40 to 50 students at any given time. They have time to get to know each student's special gifts and needs and provide extra support or opportunities as warranted. Faculty members interact with students in a number of different roles. They are not only teachers, but are also coaches, advisors, and members of a dorm team. All provide mentoring relationships and support for students.

OUR COMMITMENT

Episcopal's dedication to valuing different perspectives and backgrounds is central to its mission to foster moral and intellectual courage. As such, the school actively seeks candidates who can bring unique perspectives that support this mission.

Episcopal High School is committed to providing a highly-competitive employee benefits package for faculty and staff. In addition to excellent salaries, benefits, and professional development opportunities, EHS offers a number of programs, amenities, and conveniences for employees, including a comprehensive health and wellness program.

JOIN OUR TEAM

As positions at Episcopal become available, they will be listed below. However, if you like what you see in Episcopal's mission to "prepares young people with the intellectual and moral courage to pursue lives of ethical leadership and service as citizens of an increasingly connected world," then send us your resume regardless of whether there is an opening that matches your background and expertise. 

For faculty employment inquiries, contact Assistant to the Assistant Head for Academics Jeannie White.
For staff employment inquiries, contact Director of Human Resources Jordan Christensen.

Faculty Opportunities

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  • Academic Support Center - Learning Specialist

    Episcopal High School is looking for a full-time learning specialist for the Academic Support Center beginning in the fall of 2021. Students who work with the academic support center have wide ranging needs and may or may not have a diagnosed learning disability. Students work in small groups or one-on-one with learning specialists to strengthen their executive functioning or increase their content knowledge. Learning specialists read psycho-educational reports and summarize the strengths and challenges as well as accommodations for each student into formal learning plans. Learning specialists also work closely with families to ensure the best accommodations for each student and navigate the application process for accommodations on standardized tests. Ideal candidates would have several years of experience working with students with learning disabilities. Masters in Special Education preferred.

    We seek dynamic candidates who will participate eagerly in the broad life of the School, and those who will actively advance the School's mission, including its diversity, equity, and inclusion plan. References should speak to the candidate’s capacity and willingness to work creatively and effectively in a boarding school environment. The salary offered will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:

    Ms. Jeannie White
    Executive Assistant Episcopal High School
    jbw@episcopalhighschool.org
  • Assistant Dean of Students

    Episcopal seeks an Assistant Dean of Students for the 2021/22 school year to begin in August 2021.

    The Assistant Dean of Students will work directly with the Dean of Students and Associate Deans of Students to implement the School’s extensive student life program. The Assistant Dean will gain valuable experience in a variety of areas of student life, and especially in the operations of a Dean of Students Office.

    The successful candidate is patient, encouraging, and enthusiastic in their work with students, faculty and families. The position requires someone who is hardworking, humble, self motivated, and eager to solve problems. The candidate must have a commitment to detail, be well organized, work collaboratively with others, enjoy the daily excitement of life at a school, and be eager to learn and grow in this role.

    Daily Tasks:
    • The Assistant Dean will serve as the initial contact for many students, faculty and parents who come to the Dean of Students Office for support and information.
    • The Assistant Dean will be a consistent presence in the office for students and faculty who drop in, and will be a consistent presence on the Deans Office email account and phone for those who email or call.
    • The Assistant Dean will manage the Blackbaud attendance system. The Assistant Dean will update the system with approved absences through the Deans Office and will work with faculty to accurately account for all students throughout each day.
    • The Assistant Dean will wake up students who have been reported as absent from first and second period to ensure they are safe and well.
    • The Assistant Dean will refer all reported class absences to the Associate Dean for follow-up conversations.
    • The Assistant Dean will generate the roster for the 7:00pm study halls in the evening based on student infractions.
    • The Assistant Dean of Students will work with students who have had a low level infraction, such as lateness to class, out of dress code or on their phone in a public space. The Assistant Dean will refer students with larger infractions or patterns of infractions to the Associate Dean and/or Dean.

    Weekly Tasks:
    • The Assistant Dean will generate the weekly report of all student infractions from that week to be reviewed with the Associate Dean and Dean at the end of the week.
    • The Assistant Dean will attend the weekly Student Health Review meeting to share information on student behavior and conduct in collaboration with the Health Center, Counseling, Academics, and Residential Life.
    • The Assistant Dean will organize the weekly work program including communicating with the students, sharing a list of jobs with the faculty supervisor, and processing the attendance.
    • The Assistant Dean will process the weekend leave requests on Boardingware.
    • The Assistant Dean will draft announcements to be included in the weekly parent newsletter.
    • The Assistant Dean will attend the weekly scheduling committee meetings, will maintain and update the online portal master calendar and daily schedule, and will communicate any possible schedule changes with the community.

    Yearly Tasks:
    • The Assistant Dean will work with the Associate Dean and Dean to draft and send the end of the marking period student review letters to communicate concerns about patterns of student behavior.
    • The Assistant Dean will oversee the initial set up of Boardingware and ensure that parents and guardians are connected to their students for leave approval.
    • The Assistant Dean will oversee the creation and approval of Boardingware leaves for all major school vacations ensuring that all students have shared their travel plans with the School.
    • The Assistant Dean will assist the Office of Community and Equity by serving as the International Student Travel Coordinator.
    • The Assistant Dean will coordinate all school shuttles to local airports and travel hubs for the School’s four major vacations (Thanksgiving, Winter Break, March Break, and summer).
    • The Assistant Dean will communicate with We Drive Smart in the beginning of the year and will work with them to schedule class offerings that work with the School’s calendar.
    • The Assistant Dean will support the Director of Activities with logistics associated with the two Family Weekend programs.

    Other Responsibilities:
    • Teach two sections or serve in another capacity at the school
    • Coach at least one season
    • Advise students
    • Serve as a member of a dorm team

    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:
    Ms. Jeannie White
    Executive Assistant Episcopal High School
    jbw@episcopalhighschool.org
  • Assistant Director of Admissions

    Episcopal High School seeks a full time Assistant Director of Admissions to assist with all aspects of the admission and recruitment process. The successful candidate will have a genuine interest in and passion for working in an independent boarding school environment. The Assistant Director is a member of the admission committee and reports directly to the Director of Admissions.

    Responsibilities and Duties:
    • Engage in significant travel for recruitment and other related admissions events.
    • Help plan and coordinate on campus open-houses and revisit programs.
    • In collaboration with the admissions team, develop, execute, and evaluate the vision for recruitment of students for the school including goal-setting and attainment.
    • Identify trends in independent school demographics and collaborate with internal departments and external consultants to create long and short term recruitment strategies.
    • Effectively communicate and build relationships with prospective families, feeder schools, educational consultants, international agents, etc.
    • Participate in all facets and phases of the recruiting process, including fielding inquiry calls, conducting on/off-campus candidate interviews, and traveling domestically and internationally.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Admissions in managing the inquiry to enrollment process. As a member of the admission committee, recommends and selects applicants for admission.
    • Exercise a working knowledge of the strategic relationship between the roles of admission, marketing, and financial aid and achieving enrollment objectives.
    • Contribute significantly to the life of the School outside of the Admissions office through extracurricular activities and residential life.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    • Interpersonal skills, organization, a strong work ethic, and a willingness to work a boarding school schedule, which includes weekends and evenings, are all vital to the success of working at Episcopal High School.
    • Cultural competency with a wide range of people of all backgrounds and nationalities.
    • General understanding of standardized testing and academic credential evaluation.
    • Experience in marketing and communications.
    • Possess strong communication skills, an enthusiasm for working with young people, a desire to travel domestically and internationally, the ability to connect with a diverse group of students and families and the ability to work collaboratively and enthusiastically with a team of admissions professionals.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree.
    • Minimum of two years of experience in independent school or higher education admissions.
    • The energy and ability to travel overnight, both domestically and internationally. Flexibility to work weekends, early mornings and evenings at various campus events.

    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:

    Ms. Jeannie White
    Executive Assistant Episcopal High School
    jbw@episcopalhighschool.org
  • English Teacher

    Episcopal High School is looking for a full-time English teacher beginning in the fall of 2021. Candidates must be prepared to teach students at every level in this four-year boarding school. This specific assignment will comprise four sections, plus residential, extra-curricular, and advising duties. We seek dynamic candidates who will participate eagerly in the broad life of the School, and those who will actively advance the School's mission, including its diversity, equity, and inclusion plan. References should speak to the candidate’s capacity and willingness to work creatively and effectively in a boarding school environment. The salary offered will be competitive and commensurate with experience.
     
    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:
     
    Ms. Jeannie White
    Executive Assistant
    Episcopal High School
  • Math Teacher

    Episcopal High School is looking for a full-time math teacher beginning in the fall of 2021. Candidates must be prepared to teach students at every level in this four-year boarding school. Specific assignment will comprise 3-4 sections, plus residential, extra-curricular, and advising duties. We seek dynamic candidates who will participate eagerly in the broad life of the School, and those who will actively advance the School's mission, including its diversity, equity, and inclusion plan. References should speak to the candidate’s capacity and willingness to work creatively and effectively in a boarding school environment. The salary offered will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:

    Ms. Jeannie White
    Executive Assistant Episcopal High School
    jbw@episcopalhighschool.org
  • Ninth Grade Dean and Dorm Head

    Episcopal High School seeks a Ninth Grade Dorm Head (Anderson dorm)/Grade Dean for the 2021-22 school year.

    Welcoming the freshman class into life at Episcopal is a major responsibility. Providing the care, support, and structure needed by our youngest and newest students requires a particular brand of warmth, work ethic, and organization. The successful candidate will have the desire to commit time and energy to supporting the ninth graders socially, emotionally, residentially, and academically, and will understand the importance of creating a culture that celebrates and respects the diversity of our student body. This role is envisioned as a component of a full time role which will include teaching or administrative duties, depending on the strengths and interests of the successful candidate.

    Responsibilities:
    • Acclimate ninth grade girls to boarding school life in collaboration with advisors and dorm team, including planning events, helping students connect with each other, and providing an open door for those who need extra support.
    • Create a positive, warm, welcoming, and inclusive culture in Anderson dorm.
    • Establish clear expectations for community behavior on dorm.
    • Collaborate with Director of Residential Life and the dorm heads group on all residential life policies.
    • Lead Anderson dorm team members and co-lead ninth grade advisor team; act as point person when issues arise, collaborating with the appropriate administrator when necessary.
    • Establish and maintain communication with students living in the dorm through individual contacts, weekly meetings (by floor and/or dorm), and discussions.
    • Serve as a mediator when interpersonal conflicts between students and/or roommates.
    • Collaborate with co-ninth grade dean/boys dorm head on residential, academic, and SEL programming for ninth graders.
    • Collaborate with Director of Academic Support Center and Assistant Head for Academics on students with academic concerns. Contribute to regular Academic Review Committee meetings.
    • Host family meetings at opening of school and on family weekends.

    Required:
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Ability to hold a teaching or administrative position at EHS
    • Leadership experience with groups of students and/or with teams of adults
    • Cultural competencies: understanding the nuances of building a diverse living community
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
    • Understanding of and desire to commit to the sometimes unpredictable nature of boarding school schedules
    A cover letter, résumé, and list of reference contacts should be emailed to:

    Ms. Jeannie White
    Executive Assistant Episcopal High School
    jbw@episcopalhighschool.org

Staff Openings

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  • Accounts Payable Clerk

    Episcopal High School is seeking an Accounts Payable Clerk (part-time; 30 hours per week) responsible for ensuring that all requests for payment including but not limited to check requests, invoices, and petty cash requests comply with the School’s accounts payable policies and procedures. The Accounts Payable Clerk will also verify check requests, vendors’ statements, invoices, and other accounts payable for accuracy and correct and/or report discrepancies to the Controller prior to processing request for payments.  The Accounts Payable Clerk will generate a weekly check run, weekly cash distribution, monthly student payrolls and monthly reconcile purchasing card statements.
     
    The successful candidate will possess:
    • An Associate’s Degree or higher in Business Administration, Accounting or equivalent experience
    • Three to five years of clerical accounting experience
    • Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills
    • Ability to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines
    • Ability to both work well independently as well as a team member
    • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office products
    • Experience with Blackbaud software a plus
    • Experience with Google Apps, including Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar, and Google Drive, is preferred
     
    Interested individuals who meet the requirements above should send a cover letter, resume, and references via email or fax to:
     
    Mr. Jordan Christensen
    Director of Human Resources
    (F) 703-933-3019
  • Health Center Liaison/Chaperone/Driver

    Episcopal High School is seeking several mature adults to serve as on-call Health Center Liaisons for boarding-school students in Alexandria, Virginia. Must be available for transporting and chaperoning students to/from EHS Health Center to health care appointments and urgent care in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. Liaisons must be available to drive students to appointments with advance notice, as well as to urgent appointments or emergency room visits on the same day. Appointments will not relate to a Covid illness. Liaisons would be on-call by telephone during several shifts that would cover Monday through Thursday, as well as Sunday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.; and Friday and Saturday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Liaisons would be expected to arrive at the School for transport of a student within 15 minutes of being called. Shifts can be split between day and evening or one full day and evening.

    Duties include: Picking up students from the EHS Health Center, driving students to appointments, accompanying students into appointments, obtaining information from the medical providers to relay back to the EHS Health Center staff, returning students to the EHS Health Center, communicating with EHS Health Center staff and on occasion with students’ parent/guardian, and providing professional appearance and excellent customer service as the chaperone to the student. There will be occasional need for multiple trips on the same day. Typical duration of a single trip is 1-4 hrs total time. Liaison will use his/her own vehicle. Compensation is a base hourly fee for on-call availability, and increased hourly wage when driving/chaperoning. Mileage will be reimbursed.

    Candidates must be/have:
    • English speaking with good communication skills
    • Comfortable in health care settings
    • Comfortable with adolescents
    • Clean driving record
    • Clean background check
    • Comfortable with driving directions, GPS
    • Professional presentation
    • Reliable, trustworthy, respectful of confidentiality

    Interested candidates should submit resumes to Danielle Donaldson, Health Center Office Manager, at dld@episcopalhighschool.org.
  • Health Center Staff Nurse (RN)

    Episcopal High School is seeking a skilled and dynamic full-time nurse to work in our busy, full service boarding school health center. Under the direction of the EHS Medical Director and Director of Nursing, the health center staff nurse will be part of a nursing team that performs and oversees the daily clinical operations and provision of care required for the Health Center to serve as an ambulatory care clinic, medication dispensary and overnight infirmary. He/she is required to work both independently and as part of a personable and closely collaborative nursing team, receiving regular support and supervision from both the Medical Director and Director of Nursing. He/she must be willing to work a variable schedule that would regularly include weekday day, evening and overnight shifts, as well as occasional weekend shifts.

    The ideal candidate will have a strong clinical background and solid assessment skills.  This person must be organized, able to work both independently and on a team, able to multi-task, willing to work under busy conditions and able to collaborate and communicate effectively.   Excellent customer service skills are essential. School based health care experience not necessary; comfort with adolescents a must. 

    This is a full-time position, beginning in July, 2020.  Excellent vacation with school calendar, full benefits package and a competitive wage/salary commensurate with experience.

    Minimum Requirements:
    • Nursing degree (minimum of an Associate’s Degree)
    • Commonwealth of Virginia RN license
    • Annual CPR certification
    • Proficient in the English language (reading, verbal, writing)
    • Strong computer proficiency

    Interested individuals who meet the requirements above should send a cover letter and resume via email to:

    Megan Fila
    Charge Nurse
    Episcopal High School
  • HVAC Technician

    Episcopal High School in Alexandria Virginia, is seeking a full-time HVAC technician to assist the HVAC Lead with troubleshooting, installing, repairing, servicing, and overhauling commercial and residential HVAC and associated equipment, and to perform journeyman level work. The HVAC technician assists the HVAC Lead with installing and repairing motors, motor controllers and associated electrical pilot control devices. Will assist the HVAC Lead with fabricating/installing sheet metal accessories and equipment, including air handlers, exhaust fans, fire dampers, louvers, pumps, VFD’s and VAV’s. Will assist in the maintenance and administration of water treatment as appropriate to HVAC systems; assists the HVAC Lead with performing chemical tests to maintain chemical control. Will be responsible to be available to work overtime as duties require, including weekends and possible shift work (i.e. after hours).

    Qualifications:
    • High School diploma or equivalent is required
    • Must have a minimum of ten years industry experience, with a strong working knowledge of the electrical trade and an ability to read shop and field drawings
    • Must have good working knowledge of computers and EMS systems
    • Must have good knowledge of parts inventories and warehousing
    • Must have the ability to communicate effectively, both verbal and written
    • Ability to lift 100 pounds
    • Must possess a valid state driver’s license
    • Successful completion of a criminal records fingerprint background check
    Work Environment:
    • Required to inspect crawl spaces, attics, laboratories, ventilation equipment, mechanical rooms, mechanical shafts, sub basements and confined, isolated areas, including steam tunnels
    • Will work as a team member responsible for the overall operation, safety and events coordination for a boarding school, will need to help with school setups and snow removal
    • Good work environment with a great team. Great benefits and vacation package.
    Interested individuals who meet the requirements above should send a cover letter, resume, writing samples, and references via email to:

    Jordan Christensen
    Director of Human Resources
    Episcopal High School
    1200 North Quaker Lane Alexandria, VA 22302 careers@episcopalhighschool.org

    The Episcopal High School provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, marital status, familial status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, disability or any other protected category in accordance with applicable Federal, State and local laws.

Coaching Availability

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  • Head Coach - Softball

    Episcopal High School is seeking a candidate to serve as the head softball coach for the 2021-22 school year. This role is envisioned as a component of a full time position to be combined with other significant school-related teaching or administrative duties, depending on the strengths and interests of the candidates. There is flexibility to consider an outstanding candidate in a part-time role, without other duties.

    The successful candidate will understand, appreciate, and capitalize on the role that athletics in plays in helping players learn to build together, work together, and achieve together from a range of backgrounds, perspectives, and identities; The successful candidate will also further develop that understanding and appreciation in their athletes.

    As a member of the IAC and ISL, Episcopal has a rich academic and athletic tradition and is deeply committed to seeing athletics as a crucial classroom in which our students strive for excellence and develop as healthy, determined, collaborative, and ethical leaders for the future.

    Specific responsibilities and characteristics will be to:
    • Offer positive leadership of the entire softball program, developing a plan to integrate fundamental teaching at all levels.
    • Bring a deep understanding of all aspects of softball as well as best coaching practices.
    • Encourage a sense of belonging for all players in the program and develop relationships with and among players.
    • Understand and support the academic responsibilities of the players
    • Value strength & conditioning, nutrition, and playing multiple sports in helping the players to realize their full potential as athletes.
    • Build a belief among players that achievement comes through hard work and teamwork.
    • Work in partnership with the admissions office both to communicate to prospective students and families the values and ideals of the entire Episcopal community and to attract students who aspire to excel in both the classroom and on the softball field at Episcopal High School.
    Required:
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Ability to hold a teaching or administrative position (waived for part time applicants)
    • Leadership experience within a competitive softball program
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skill
    • Understanding of the nature of boarding schools
    Please direct all inquiries to Girls' Athletic Director Jen Fitzpatrick at jsf@episcopalhighschool.org.
  • Head Coach - Squash

    Episcopal High School is seeking a candidate to serve as the head squash coach for the 2021-22 school year for both boys’ and girls’ programs. This role is envisioned as a component of a full time position to be combined with other significant school-related teaching or administrative duties, depending on the strengths and interests of the candidates. There is flexibility to consider an outstanding candidate in a part time role, without other duties.

    The successful candidate will understand, appreciate, and capitalize on the role that athletics in plays in helping players learn to build together, work together, and achieve together from a range of backgrounds, perspectives, and identities; The successful candidate will also further develop that understanding and appreciation in their athletes.

    As a member of the Mid-Atlantic Squash Organization (MASO), Episcopal has a rich academic and athletic tradition and is deeply committed to seeing athletics as a crucial classroom in which our students strive for excellence and develop as healthy, determined, collaborative, and ethical leaders for the future.

    Specific responsibilities and characteristics will be to:
    • Offer positive leadership of the entire squash program, developing a plan to integrate fundamental teaching at all levels.
    • Bring a deep understanding of all aspects of squash from a tactical, learning, and best practices perspective, one that will result in sustained competitive excellence.
    • Encourage a sense of belonging for all players in the program by building relationships with and among the players that are based on the development of their character as well as their athletic ability.
    • Understand and support the academic responsibilities of the players.
    • Value strength & conditioning, nutrition, and playing multiple sports in helping the players to realize their full potential as athletes.
    • Build a belief among players that achievement comes through hard work and teamwork.
    • Build relationships with member schools in our league.
    • Work in partnership with the admissions office both to communicate to prospective students and families the values and ideals of the entire Episcopal community and to attract students who aspire to excel in both the classroom and on the squash courts at Episcopal High School.
    Required:
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Ability to hold a teaching or administrative position (waived for part-time applicants)
    • Leadership experience within a competitive squash program
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skill
    Please direct all inquiries to Girls' Athletic Director Jen Fitzpatrick at jsf@episcopalhighschool.org.
  • Head Coach - Varsity Football

    Episcopal High School is seeking a candidate to serve as the Varsity Head Football coach for the 2021-22 school year. This role is envisioned as a component of a full-time position to be combined with other significant school-related teaching or administrative duties, depending on the strengths and interests of the candidates. There is flexibility to consider an outstanding candidate in a part time role, without other duties.

    The successful candidate will understand, appreciate, and capitalize on the role that athletics in general, and football in particular, plays in helping players learn to build together, work together, and achieve together, from a range of backgrounds, perspectives, and identities. The successful candidate will also further develop that understanding and appreciation in their athletes.

    As a member of the Interstate Athletic Conference (IAC) and Independent School League (ISL) in the Greater Washington, DC area, Episcopal has a rich academic and athletic tradition and is deeply committed to seeing athletics as a crucial classroom in which our students strive for excellence and develop as healthy, determined, collaborative, and ethical leaders for the future.

    Specific responsibilities and characteristics will be to:
    • Offer positive leadership of the entire football program, developing a plan to integrate fundamental teaching at all levels.
    • Bring a deep understanding of all aspects of football and best coaching practices.
    • Encourage a sense of belonging for all players who are a part of the program through relationship-building that focuses on character as well as athletic ability.
    • Understand and support the academic responsibilities of the players.
    • Value strength & conditioning, nutrition, and playing multiple sports in helping the players to realize their full potential as athletes.
    • Build a belief among players that achievement comes through hard work and teamwork.
    • Build relationships with member schools in our league and work collaboratively to make the league stronger.
    • Understand the VISAA and IAC policies and rules and support the implementation of those policies and rules.
    • Work in partnership with the admissions office both to communicate to prospective students and families the values and ideals of the entire Episcopal community and to attract students who aspire to excel in both the classroom and on the football field at Episcopal High School.
    • Support players’ transitions to college, inclusive of establishing relationships with college and university programs in support of the recruiting process.
    • Pursue ongoing professional development and supervise assistant coaches in support of their professional development.
    Required:
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Ability to hold a teaching or administrative position (waived for part time applicants)
    • Leadership experience within a competitive program
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
    • Understanding of the nature of boarding schools
    Compensation will be competitive and relative to experience and responsibilities assumed upon employment.

    Episcopal has engaged The Finney Search Group to lead the search for our next head football coach. All interested parties should send a resume and cover letter to: https://www.thefinneysearchgroup.com/ehs-fbcoach-application

    Applications sent directly to the school will not be considered.

    Application Deadline: February 15, 2021

Equal Opportunity Employer

The Episcopal High School provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, marital status, familial status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, disability or any other protected category in accordance with applicable Federal, State and local laws.