Admissions, Communications/PR, Director of Studies/Curriculum
The Summer Program Director/Admissions Officer is responsible for the enrollment of the Summer Academy, an ESL and Learning Strategies based program, as well as curriculum oversight, hiring, and all essential functions of a successful summer program. This position shares it’s time between Summer Programs and the recruitment of students for the academic year as an Admissions Officer. As an Admissions Officer, this position assists in all aspects of the admissions process. The position is responsible for assisting in the development of a recruitment program that helps the Admissions Office enroll students who advance Dunn School’s mission while staying within the admission and financial aid budgets. The position also assists the Director of Admission in articulating Dunn School’s values and mission in target markets and the recruitment and admission of students and families into the Dunn School community (6th-12th grade). Outreach efforts for both programs should be targeted at students who reflect a range of demographics, academic skills, personalities and backgrounds that support Dunn School’s mission. The position is a member of the Admissions-Marketing Committee, the Financial Aid Committee and reports to the Director of Admission.
Dunn School is a private boarding and day school located in the Santa Ynez Valley of California’s beautiful Central Coast. Dunn School is ideally suited for a candidate who seeks to offer a positive contribution to a residential educational community and build meaningful relationships with students and staff.
The mission of Dunn School is to educate the whole student to his or her fullest pote...ntial in preparation for a life of learning and responsible leadership in society. To accomplish our mission, we as students, teachers, staff, parents, trustees, and friends are committed to understanding and living by five core values: Academic Excellence, Emotional Wellness, Physical Readiness, Social Responsibility, and Moral Courage.