Andrews Osborne Academy is seeking to fill the position of Head of House in the area of Residential Life for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Head of House is responsible for monitoring and supervising boarding school students living in their house. Top candidates for HOH should be patient, empathetic individuals who are good communicators and enjoy working with young people. Possessing a global perspective and having experience living/travelling abroad are encouraged by not required.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Being responsible for the House while ‘on duty’
‘On duty’ three nights/week (3:15PM – 8:00AM the following morning)
‘On duty’ every other weekend (3:15PM Friday – 8:00AM Monday)
Ensuring students are following proper residential procedures
Working in a professional relationship with an Assistant Head of House
Conducting a House Meeting once per week
Monitor weekly chores/Ensuring the House remains “tour ready”
Administering student medication as needed
Supervising a Student Proctor (a student leader who also assists)
Attending a bi-weekly Residential Life Team meeting
Assisting the Director of Residential Life in coordinating student travel plans
Working during ‘Snow Days’ and other weekdays when school in not is session
Supplemental duties as required by the Director of Residential Life
Contributing to a dorm culture that is respectful, fun, and safe
Develop appropriate relationships with students in the dorm so they feel known and cared for
Contact info: Please send a cover letter, resume and 3 references to Scott McNevan, Director of Residential Life, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Housing: Apartment provided at no cost in assigned house
Meals: Provided full meal plan in AOA dining hall
Other: Wi-Fi and utilities are provided at no cost
Andrews Osborne Academy is an equal opportunity employer committed to cultural diversity in our workforce.
Additional Salary Information: Apartment provided at no cost, full meal plan in AOA dining hall, Wi-Fi and utilities are provided at no cost.