After School Program Staff
Brimmer and May is looking for enthusiastic, creative, nurturing individuals to be part of our after school program. The Extended Day program is open to all currently enrolled students aged Pre-K-5th grade, and allows students to receive homework help, enrichment activities, and social interaction. Candidates should have relevant experience working with children, be available at least two days a week Monday-Friday from 2pm-5:30pm. There are many opportunities for extra hours if interested, including substitute teaching.
Staff members are expected to supervise and engage students both during indoor and outdoor play time, support students with homework, and work with coworkers to develop and implement fun, enriching, developmentally appropriate activities for students.
Brimmer and May is an inclusive, caring community committed to maintaining high academic standards while implementing innovative educational ideas. We uphold our core values of respect, responsibility, honesty, and kindness and embrace diversity and global awareness. Our objective is to develop informed, engaged, and ethical citizens and leaders for the global community.
Summer camp, childcare, or teaching/internship experience is a plus. An ideal candidate is able to think outside the box and improvise, comfortable leading activities with groups of 8-15 children, and is comfortable communicating students and their families.
How To Apply:
If interested, please send your resume and a brief cover letter to the Director of Extended Day, Ashley Mosley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 23, 2019
About this Organization:
The Brimmer & May School in Chestnut Hill, MA is a Pre-K
through twelve coeducational, independent day school located three miles west of Boston. We proudly serve a culturally and socio-economically diverse student body from more than thirty communities in Greater Boston and twelve foreign countries. Brimmer and May is committed to recruiting and retaining faculty and staff of color as the school recognizes that the entire community benefits from a diverse faculty and staff. Brimmer and May School is a nonsectarian institution and does not discriminate on the basis of any characteristic protected by law.