The Director of Auxiliary Programs oversees three important elements of Rowland Hall: the Extended Day Program for grades 1-8 on two campuses, the Winter Sports program for grades 1-8, and the school’s summer camp, SummerWorks, for grades K-8. The Director is responsible for program leadership: developing, maintaining, and assessing educational, social, and recreational programs that are age appropriate, focus on experiential education, and support Rowland Hall’s mission. The Director hires, trains, mentors, and supervises a diverse staff for both the Extended Day and SummerWorks program. The Director also oversees all operational and financial aspects of the programs, works closely with administrators on the Lower and Middle School campuses, and is a member of the school’s Administrative Council. In addition, the Director represents the school as the primary point person for current and prospective parents after school and during the summer.
Candidates should have experience in the following areas:
Working with students from the ages of four to fourteen, either in a school or camp setting
Designing age appropriate and student-centered programming and assessing effectiveness
Hiring, training, mentoring and supervising after school and summer staff
Managing various programs at once
Managing a budget and payroll
Representing an organization positively in the larger community
Maintaining and seeking partnerships with local organizations
Working successfully with students and families from a range of cultural backgrounds or belief systems
About Rowland Hall
Rowland Hall is an independent school in Salt Lake City serving 950 students in preschool through twelfth grade. Driven by our vision of inspiring students who make a difference, Rowland Hall sets the standard for teaching and learning excellence in a warm, inclusive environment where students form meaningful relationships that cultivate confidence and self-discovery. Transformational academic and co-curricular programs including experiential learning opportunities, self-expression through the arts, and a competitive athletic program ensure students are challenged both inside and outside the classroom. We foster curiosity, compassion, and joy throughout the learning process and graduate young adults who know how to think critically and live with purpose.
Located near the base of the stunning Wasatch Mountain Range and adjacent to the University of Utah, a world-class research university and medical center, Rowland Hall attracts a diverse community of families. The school focuses on recruiting and retaining high-quality employees by offering extensive professional development opportunities, salaries that are competitive with local districts and market rates, and a close-knit, supportive community.