Director of Auxiliary Programs is responsible for overseeing the coordination and administration of all aspects of Upland’s summer programs, After School Care programs, facility rentals, and public/private partnerships including planning, budgeting, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling program activities.
Responsibilities of the Director of Auxiliary Programs include: • Developing, implementing, overseeing, and growing sustainable, revenue-generating programs on Upland’s campus during the school year and in the summer • Developing and managing the Auxiliary Programs budget
• Attaining program revenue and net profit expectations • Administering program registration and working with the business office to ensure timely and accurate billing • Hiring and supervising Auxiliary Programs personnel while working with the business office regarding the administration of payroll, background clearances, etc. • Managing and developing summer programs and ensuring compliance with governing authorities • Managing and developing After School Care and vacation programs • Identifying and coordinating rental opportunities for school facilities and grounds • Assessing the effectiveness of existing programs and the viability of new ventures • Maintaining strong working relationships with other key administrators, including the Directors of Facilities, Athletics, Admissions, and Marketing
Qualified candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five to seven years of administrative leadership experience in marketing and program development. He/she must have excellent written and oral communication skills, along with exceptional organizational skills. The ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial approach and enthusiasm for creating and guiding startup ventures, and a commitment to maintaining and growing the School’s existing programs.
About Upland Country Day School
Founded in 1948, Upland Country Day School is a non-sectarian, independent day school
educating boys and girls in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Nine. Within a nurturing and fully participatory environment, we develop children as independent and lifelong learners. Upland’s program prepares students for success in their secondary education and beyond through a balance of academics, the arts, athletics and citizenship. Our students graduate as developing adults with a strong sense of community, respect for others, strength of character, and self-confidence.
Upland employs adults, and admits students, of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, or sexual orientation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, national and ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, or administration of its educational policies, employment policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, or other school administered programs. Upland seeks and supports diversity in its professional faculty and staff. Teacher certification is not required for consideration.