Job Title: Community Partnerships Program Head (Faculty)
Department:Social Justice & Community Partnerships
Reports to: Dean of Social Justice and Community Partnerships
FLSA status: Non Exempt
To Apply: If you would like to apply for this position, please access the link to our online application management system at http://www.marlborough.org/about/employment
The Community Service Program Head is responsible for leading the Community Partnerships Program at Marlborough School, a co-curricular component of the academic program for students in grades 7 – 12. The Community Partnerships Program is part of the Social Justice & Community Partnership Department. The Program Head has responsibility for overseeing all volunteerism and service learning programs and directives.
The Program Head encourages students to participate in many activities supporting the Marlborough School community as well as local and national organizations and promotes service opportunities for students on and off campus. Service opportunities should include time for reflection so students examine the project and measure the impact of their service. The Program Head reports to Dean of Social Justice and Community Partnerships. The position is part-time with flexible work week hours as some events will take place on the weekends.
Essential Job Functions
Creates meaningful volunteer opportunities as well as support student initiated volunteer programs in partnership with student elected Community Outreach Council.
Create and facilitate a service reflection program that allows students to look back on, think critically about, and learn from their service experience.
Work collaboratively with student elected Community Outreach Council to identify and create innovative volunteer programs as well as maintain school wide service traditions.
Plans and executes class wide community service days in conjunction with class dean.
Plans and execute semi-annual parent-daughter service day in partnership with the Parent Association community outreach committee.
Organizes parent volunteers to help with various aspects of the program such as on-campus activities, transportation, and other needs as necessary.
Advises service clubs (more than 25 clubs are service oriented) throughout the academic year.
Works with students on an individual basis to find community service work around specific interests for summer and school year volunteer work.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is expected to perform some physical duties. For example, the employee is occasionally required to prepare volunteer events that require some lifting.
Position Qualifications and Knowledge
Bachelor's Degree required
Nonprofit organizational experience
Knowledge and experience in building community partnerships
Experience working and serving a diverse student body
Excellent organizational skills, with a high level of proficiency using technology efficiently as a time management and organizational tool; Google suite skills preferred.