Employment at the Baldwin School

Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, pk-12, dedicated to a tradition of excellence in the education of girls. In a nurturing atmosphere, where the population reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes intellectual rigor, ethical integrity, and independence of thought.

Current employment opportunities can be found by reviewing the categories below.

Administration - No positions at this time.

There are no available positions at this time. Thank you for your interest.

Admissions

Manager of Enrollment Event & Student Visit Experience

Reporting to the Chief Enrollment Management Officer, the Manager of Enrollment Events & Student Visit Experience will oversee the daily operations and administration of all components of the Admission Office’s on-campus and off-campus event and visitation programming intended for prospective, accepted and enrolled students and families. This individual will also oversee the planning and execution of specialized programming designed to educate key influencers about the educational opportunities available at The Baldwin School. The Manager of Enrollment Events & Student Visit Experience serves as the primary point of contact for prospective students and families communicating with the Admissions Office. This position requires exceptional customer service and communication skills to serve all internal and external departments and/or constituents.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Serve as primary resource for the direction and successful execution of events from inception to assessment. Events include, but are not limited to, open house events, on- and off-campus recruitment, yield and retention activities, daily visitations and receptions. This position will also research and identify new initiatives to expand services offered.
  • Support the execution of communication plans designed to meet event registration and attendance goals. Manage follow up communication for event and visit registrants and attendees.
  • Manage planning and preparation for each event including the scheduling of planning meetings, campus facility review and site visits, planning calendar, budget and communication with institutional stakeholders.
  • Oversee all assessment activities including event evaluation and enrollment reporting, measuring student persistence through enrollment. Analyze and implement improvements based on evaluation response.  
  • Serve as primary point of contact for Admissions Office’s inbound telephone calls.  Address questions or route incoming traffic as appropriate. Provide hospitality and reception to all guests visiting Baldwin’s Admissions Office. 
  • Schedule all aspects of individual student and parent visits, including coordinating requested activities with campus departments and/or personnel, identifying student tour guides and hosts, parent and alumnae ambassadors, visitation confirmations and follow up communication. 
  • Manage student tour guide and host organization known as The Lamplighters.  Select, train and supervise active and engaged student organization who serve an essential purpose in the enrollment and retention of Baldwin students.  Coordinate all Lamplighter availability and assignments including daily tour and hosting responsibilities, outreach to prospective students, as well as attendance at open house events. Similar responsibilities required for Parent Volunteer Organization in support of enrollment events.
  • Perform other related job duties or responsibilities as requested.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • 2-4 years of experience in event planning, admissions/enrollment management or related field required.
  • Experience in a non-profit, educational or closely related setting is preferred.

Knowledge, skills, and abilities required:

  • Experience with event planning and execution.
  • Attention to detail and extremely organized.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and set priorities to achieve goals/objectives.
  • A strong commitment to customer service.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills. Confidence speaking in small/large groups and with people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Marketing, sales, public relations experiences helpful. Comfort engaging in recruitment oriented communication.
  • Collaborative, problem-solving skills; demonstrated ability to design and improve systems.
  • Ability to handle a high volume of high profile work.
  • Demonstrated ability to foster a cooperative, team-focused work atmosphere in a student-centered environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate volunteers.
  • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and various student information system technologies. Experience with Blackbaud preferred.
  • Knowledge of trends in enrollment event planning and an understanding of enrollment management preferred.
  • Availability nights and weekends for events as needed

Physical Effort/Environment:

General office and campus environment.  Duties require employee to interact with students, parents, faculty, staff and other internal and external constituencies.  Sitting, walking, standing, bending, twisting and occasional lifting required.  Computer usage involving repetitive hand/wrist motion necessary.

Miscellaneous:

A criminal background check is required.  

Manager of Enrollment Operations

Position:

The Manager of Enrollment Operations oversees all aspects of data entry and reporting for the Enrollment Management department at The Baldwin School.  This position is responsible for collecting data from numerous sources, developing reports, enrollment forecasts, and providing recommendations based on relevant data and enrollment/market trends.  The Manager is responsible for the processing of applicant information including data entry, status changes, as well as communication preparation and dissemination. This position will also participate in the preparation of targeted and personalized communication plans in support of enrollment initiatives.  This position plays a critical role within the Enrollment Management Office – a commitment to collaboration and cooperation is essential.   

Essential Functions:

  • Serve as strategic member of Enrollment Management Team
  • Oversee Student Information System (SIS) and execute enrollment management reporting needs
  • Manage all aspects of admission and financial aid application processes including data entry, status changes, and communication preparation and implementation
  • Coordinate and prioritize projects including the identification of operational processes, development of a data plan, and a regular reporting and production schedule
  • Manage transfer of data from various sources and ensure integration with SIS
  • Maintain the integrity and security of enrollment and financial aid data
  • Manage all functions associated with targeted and personalized enrollment communication including implementation and management of communication workflows
  • Develop and analyze assessments to effectively evaluate outreach programs, enrollment initiatives, marketing initiatives, and financing strategies
  • Provide oversight and documentation for proper data collection procedures; report school statistics
  • Serve as primary training resource for SIS use by enrollment office
  • Assist with enrollment events; including preparation, participation and assessment
  • Serve as Designated School Official in support of international students
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a professional setting, educational setting preferred
  • Proficient in data collection, manipulation, reporting and statistical analysis
  • Facility with technology and databases, ability to adapt to new technologies
  • Highly motivated with strong communication and organizational skills; attentive to detail
  • Collaborative; problem-solving skills; demonstrated ability to design and improve systems
  • Ability and desire to support internal and external constituencies
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Desire to work in a student/family-centered educational environment
  • Availability occasional  nights and weekends
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel, database reporting software, student information systems, Blackbaud/onboard, preferred, NAIS/DASL database, Crystal Reports, and electronic communication systems

Physical Effort/Environment:
General office and campus environment.  Duties require employee to interact with students, parents, faculty, staff, and other internal and external constituencies.  Sitting, walking, standing, bending, twisting and occasional lifting required.  Computer usage involving repetitive hand/wrist motion necessary.

Miscellaneous:
A criminal background check is required.  

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Athletics/Coaches

Coaching Positions

The following coaching positions are available:

Fall Season

Asst Varsity Soccer
Asst. Field Hockey

Winter Season

There are currently no positions available.

Spring Season

Head Coach Varsity Lacrosse

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Advancement

Director of Alumnae Engagement and Reunion Planning

The Director of Alumnae Engagement and Reunion Planning will provide strategic direction and leadership throughout Baldwin’s contingencies to create programs designed to reach and maximize engagement. The Director of Alumnae Engagement and Reunion Planning will work with the Chief Advancement Officer implementing and growing a comprehensive development program to help Baldwin meet its strategic and fundraising goals. The Director will be directly responsible for managing alumnae engagement, programming and alumnae leadership boards.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides effective leadership to, guidance of and support for the Alumnae Association Executive Board and National Board of Advisors in its relationship to Baldwin. Works to ensure that the Board goals and strategies are aligned with advancement office goals and strategies.
  • Creates, envisions and plans for various programs and events for alumnae that will foster participation and giving of time, talent and treasure.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with a wider range of alumnae; locally, regionally and nationally. Develop and implement a focused cultivation program that involves traveling to meet them face to face.
  • Communicate daily with alumnae via letters, personal visits and email.
  • Responsible for the identification and recruitment of reunion chairs and reunion committee members, and for the development of those committees for maximized volunteer engagement and participation in reunions.
  • Ensure alumnae attendance is maximized for Alumnae Weekend/Reunions by using a multi-channel approach to recruitment and communication including but not limited to electronic communications, direct mail website, telephone campaigns, social media, regional engagement events.
  • Develop strategic and metric-driven alumnae engagement strategies in order to meet designated alumnae engagement goals.
  • Annually benchmark, monitor, and adjust as necessary, the assigned program areas as they related to defined goals, procedures, budgets, timetables, national trends and innovations in reunion programs.
  • Oversee the Alumnae Engagement budget, manage the department calendar.
  • Respond to alumnae requests in a timely manner.
  • Participate in the prospect management process in concert with department relationship managers.
  • Collaborate with the Admissions Office in an effort to support the strategic initiatives of both departments and to aid in the identification of potential donors and volunteers. Partner closely with new families in an effort to educate them regarding overall philanthropy and Baldwin giving traditions.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant development experience within an educational or non-profit setting
  • Strong commitment to the Baldwin School mission and full support of single gender education
  • Experience managing alumnae relations, alumnae groups and volunteers a plus
  • Solid relationship-building skills to promote effective work relationships with employees and Baldwin School constituents
  • Self-motivated to implement new procedures and ideas
  • Excellent organizational, communication and planning skills for balancing multiple projects and responsibilities, detail oriented
  • Experience in event planning and execution preferred
  • Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge databases a plus
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel with mail merge experience
  • Willingness to work nights and weekends as needed

Director of Advancement Operations

The Director of Advancement Operations serves as an integral member of the Advancement Office.  S/he effectively manages the day-to-day database operation while overseeing the areas of advancement services, research and report generation.  This position provides the essential infrastructure to support the entire Advancement team.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversees the day-to-day advancement database operations of the School.  The Director works closely with advancement staff to formulate, implement, and supervise collective strategies, polices, and procedures to support the fundraising operation and ensure continued support through effective gift recording, prospect development and stewardship.
  • Uses the database as an effective tool for prospect management, tracking and stewardship.
  • Oversees the creation and ongoing updates to development policies and procedures for the office environment, gift accounting, research and stewardship. 
  • Works closely with leadership giving, major gifts and annual giving.
  • Ensures productive research function through the ongoing discovery, engagement, and forward movement of prospects through the ongoing cycle of giving.
  • Manages the maintenance of accurate database records through creation and implementation of structures and systems.
  • Works with major gift team to design reports and present statistics on selected key fundraising challenges.
  • Streamlines production of campaign reports and presents statistics on selected key fundraising challenges.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:

  • Experience in fundraising systems, analysis, processes and/or prospect management
  • Progressive responsibilities in development, preferably in an academic, non-profit environment
  • An ability to effectively collaborate with colleagues
  • A clear understanding of and appreciation for the role of private single sex education
  • A solid understanding of a) strategic, synergistic approaches in fundraising and b)the role of research, stewardship and advancement services as key partners in a successful development operation
  • The ability to work independently and creatively within established guidelines; a self-starter
  • The ability to “manage up” to successfully support Chief Advancement Officer
  • Bachelors degree required 

Advancement and Special Events Coordinator

The Advancement and Special Events Coordinator is responsible for alumnae engagement and fundraising events annually. This position will also be the main support for the largest fundraising event of the year auction and gala. As a key member of the advancement team, the Advancement and Special Events Coordinator assists in class reunion planning and oversee the class secretary program.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Events

  • Assist with event material preparation including name tags, attendee list, seating plan, event agenda, and correspondence with attendees.
  • Coordinate menu selection with Meetings and Events.
  • Track and collect RSVPS.
  • Solicit research and distribute to staff.
  • Staff events and assist with guest registration.
  • Coordinate student group performances at receptions.
  • Manage post-event including data entry including emails and thank you correspondence.
  • Assist with event analysis and presentations.
  • Provide all applicable information to Head of School; add events to calendar and provide all necessary information prior to events.
  • Work with marketing and designers on invitations and other materials related to events.

Gala

  • Coordinate auction item donations, procurement, and follow-up.
  • Monitor gift tracking and reconciliation.
  • Assist with data input into Bid-Pal software, including entering auction item descriptions and packages, photos, and table guests and host information.
  • Coordinate auction and registration setup.
  • Assist with content and proofreading of Gala website and materials.
  • Provide general support for operational activities as needed.

Advancement/Reunion Planning

  • Serve as liaison for Class Secretaries
  • Collection and review of all class notes
  • Manage all reunion efforts for 5th, 10th and 15th year reunion classes annually, including committee recruitment, knowledge of reunion giving goals, managing class mailings and partnering closely with the Director of Advancement and Engagement on calls and planning as necessary for Reunion annually.
  • Work with other team members to build a robust volunteer program and identify new volunteers and pipeline for philanthropy

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Strong commitment to the Baldwin School mission and full support of single gender education
  • Minimum of 2-3 years of relevant event planning/fundraising experience preferably within an educational or non-profit setting
  • Solid relationship-building skills to promote effective work relationships with colleagues and Baldwin School constituents
  • Self-motivated to implement new procedures and ideas
  • Excellent organizational, communication and planning skills for balancing multiple projects and responsibilities simultaneously
  • Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge databases a plus
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel with mail merge experience
  • Willingness to work nights and weekends as needed

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Arts - Visual, Music and Performing - No positions at this time.

There are no available positions at this time. Thank you for your interest.

College Counseling - No positions at this time.

There are no available positions at this time. Thank you for your interest.

Finance/Human Resources

Controller

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Controller directs and manages the school’s accounting functions and activities.

Essential Functions:

  • Manages all daily accounting functions including but not limited to; student billing, accounts payable and receivable, fixed asset accounting, 1099 preparation, tax reporting and other general accounting operations.
  • Supervises Business Office employees and maintains adequate staffing levels.    
  • Prepares reports that summarize and forecast school business activities and the school’s financial position in areas of income and expenses, based upon past, present and projected performance.
  • Develops and implements systems and processes to establish and maintain records and ensure accurate and timely financial information.
  • Insures that necessary supporting documentation and justification of budget proposals is maintained.
  • Coordinates the preparation of reports of disbursements, special analyses, and information reports for school administration and the Board; presents recommendations for changes and/or improvements, monetary control and adherence to the budget.
  • Coordination of the annual Financial Audit process, including the internal preparation of documents and records; the Controller will be the primary contact for the auditors during the audits and coordinates the audit schedules.
  • Develops financial reporting and tracking procedures for school events and fundraising campaigns, and periodically determines that Business Office records are in agreement with other school departments.
  • Reconciles all banking and financial accounts in a timely manner.
  • Establishes relationships with banks and other financial institutions.
  • Manages property accounting and inventory records.
  • Tracks and reports capital expenditures.

Qualifications:

  • BS degree in business or accounting, and a minimum of five years of relevant experience in a non-profit or independent school environment preferred.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with Excel and knowledge of Blackbaud, Education Edge or Raisers Edge or other accounting software required.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with a diverse group of faculty, staff, students, parents and other constituents.
  • Prior supervisor experience required
  • Knowledge of business accounting policies, procedures, and practices.
  • Ability to supervise and manage multiple functions and activities in a busy office environment while maintaining the highest professional standards.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to multi task will be necessary for success in this role.

Physical Requirements and Work Environment:

  • Occasionally lift up to 30 pounds.
  • Generally works in standard office conditions and climate.
  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Human Resources Intern

Description: The Baldwin School, an independent, all-girls school is seeking a Human Resources intern.  Job responsibilities include assisting with creating and implementing an Employee Database, Employee File maintenance, exposure to the hiring process and benefits, and handling confidential information.  This is an unpaid internship, but offers a hands-on opportunity to learn the various facets of Human Resources.

Dates:
10-40 hours per week; schedule flexible
October- December (start- and end-dates are flexible)
January-May (start- and end-dates are flexible)
June- August (start- and end-dates are flexible)

Requirements:
Applicants should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, proficient in Microsoft office (word, outlook, and excel).

S/he shall possess superior organizational skills and attention to detail.

Location:
The Baldwin School
701 Montgomery Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Application instructions:
Send a cover letter, resume and two references to: jobs@baldwinschool.org

Finance/Accounting Intern

Description:
The Baldwin School, an independent, all-girls school is seeking a Finance/Accounting intern.  Job responsibilities include assisting with Financial Database (Blackbaud) such as journal entries, account analysis, exposure to all aspects of Business Office (AR, AP, and Budgeting) and handling confidential information.  This is an unpaid internship, but offers a hands-on opportunity to learn the various facets of Finance/ Accounting.

Dates:
10-40 hours per week; Schedule flexible
October- December (start- and end-dates are flexible)
January- May (start- and end-dates are flexible)
June- August (start- and end-dates are flexible)

Requirements:
Applicants should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, proficient in Microsoft office (word, outlook, and excel).

S/he shall possess superior organizational skills and attention to detail.

Location:
The Baldwin School
701 Montgomery Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Information Technology

IT and Multimedia Specialist

The IT and Multimedia Specialist acts as a primary IT/AV resource, providing technical support to all administrators, faculty, staff and students.  Reporting to the Director of IT, the IT and Multimedia Specialist is an integral member of the School’s 3 person IT department, assisting in the support and development of the School’s administrative, academic and multimedia technology. The ideal candidate will be an experienced, self-motivated individual with strong customer service skills and the ability to troubleshoot and respond to the needs and abilities of a variety of end users.  The primary job responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Helpdesk & IT troubleshooting and support, including in-person, phone and email assistance and communication
  • Providing setup and support for audio and video needs for presentations and events, including recording and editing events on video
  • Flexibility to work after-school and weekend hours as needed for event set up and technical support
  • Assisting faculty, staff,  students and parents with hardware and software issues
  • Google, Active Directory & Blackbaud database organizing - creating & deleting of users
  • Organizing and maintaining classroom and office technology, including setups and moves
  • Maintaining the Active Directory list of users and computers
  • Supporting the School’s phone system - server and frontend assist
  • Maintaining  inventory of tech hardware and software
  • Keep network and storage closets organized, including recycling older tech
  • Support the wireless network, web filter, printers, copiers (Xerox, HP)
  • Installation of tech hardware (smart boards, projectors, network closet items, etc.)
  • Work with third party vendors regarding orders & servicing of Baldwin equipment
  • Responding to emergency after hour situations as needed

Qualifications

  • Experience with Apple OS 10.10 & higher, Windows 7, 8, & 10, Apple iOS, Google, JAMF, Aruba, Barracuda
  • Experience with setting up soundboards and running stage lights a bonus
  • Associate’s degree and a minimum of 2-3 years of relevant technical experience required
  • Ability to work independently and as an effective member of a team

On Campus Housing available. 

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Library Services - No positions at this time.

There are no available positions at this time. Thank you for your interest.

Marketing - No positions at this time.

There are no available positions at this time. Thank you for your interest.

Teaching Positions

Middle School DREAM Lab® Coordinator

The Middle School DREAM Lab® Coordinator serves as a teacher and facilitator within our unique STEAM focused Makerspace.

  • Teaches 4-5 sections of Middle School STEAM classes.
  • Prepares lessons, materials and tools for hands on lessons and activities.
  • Assesses student performance based on regular observation and student reflections
  • Manages Makerspace equipment and tools, regular maintenance, and repairs.
  • Maintains a safe, productive space accessible to all students.
  • Serves as Technology Student Association (TSA) advisor.
  • Works to assist colleagues with integration of technology and hands on learning throughout the Middle School.
  • Seeks to grow and develop more hands on and experiential learning within the Middle School as a whole.

Teaching experience is expected, particularly at the Middle School level.  In addition to the ability to teach the subject material effectively, engage students positively, and interact productively with colleagues and parents, the successful candidate will have a knowledge of and strong facility in supporting students with reading, writing, research and technology skills.

Qualifications

  • BA in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field, or related experience.
  • 1-5 years of teaching experience.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience in makerspace environments
  • Experience with a range of 3D design tools such as SketchUp, AutoCad, TinkerCad, etc.
  • Willingness to learn new skills as the field changes.
  • An understanding of Design Thinking and/or Project-based Learning.

Upper School Spanish Teacher

Beginning in the fall of 2017, we are seeking a full-time Upper School Spanish teacher who is qualified to teach four sections in grades 9 – 12.  In addition, this Upper School Spanish teacher will contribute to the advising and co-curricular programs in the Upper School, and engage in those duties typical of independent day school life. The most qualified candidates will also have the ability to teach French.

All Baldwin teachers are expected to actively participate in the life of the school and support the school’s mission. We seek candidates interested in working collaboratively on innovative curriculum design and development.  In addition to the ability to teach Spanish, to engage students positively, and to interact productively with colleagues and parents, the successful candidate will have a strong facility in developing students’ ability to express themselves in speech and writing with clarity and precision using relevant technology.

Qualifications:

  • B.A. in a relevant subject area, M.A. preferred
  • 3-5 years of teaching experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative, energetic, and positive approach to teaching
  • Experience teaching with technology is preferred
  • Interest in the development and continuation of travel programs

Co- Lead Teacher in Pre-Kindergarten

The Baldwin School is seeking a co-lead teacher in the Pre-Kindergarten program.  Responsibilities include working collaboratively with the other lead teacher to plan and implement a well-designed program that will nurture students socially, emotionally and academically. Job duties may include but are not limited to:

  • Planning, designing, and implementing curriculum collaboratively with other lead teacher.
  • Providing support for whole class, small group and individual instruction in the classroom.
  • Assisting students at lunchtime.
  • Help in maintaining a clean and organized classroom.
  • Performing car and bus duty.
  • Attend faculty meetings, and serve on committees as required.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications
Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in early childhood or elementary education.  This position is an opportunity for an experienced teacher who has strong collaborative and communicative skills.  We are looking for someone who is energetic, creative and loves working with young children!  Experience in Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten is preferred. 

Substitute Teachers

We are accepting applications for substitute teachers for all divisions and all areas of study.

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Wellness - No positions at this time.

There are no available positions at this time. Thank you for your interest.

Additional Opportunities

Part-time Event Rentals and Services Coordinator (32 hours a week)

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Serve as liaison between The Baldwin School and rental groups.
  • Actively contact prospective clients and partners to develop relationships and sales opportunities.
  • Ensure each outside event rental inquiry receives a personal response from The Baldwin School within one business day of the initial inquiry.
  • Coordinate event/meeting needs with other departments as appropriate (i.e. set up needs, catering, security, A/V, housekeeping, turn over for next function, etc.).
  • Manage event estimates, contracts and reservations for all external events held on campus, to include all Athletic Center contracts.
  • Document and track all leads, source of lead and outcome of rental inquiry.
  • Facilitate all set up needs with client and suppliers for each event and production of work orders, ensuring continuity for the client and total confidence in the management of the event.
  • Provide direct oversight for all set ups – coordination of staff, materials, vendors, sequence, logistics, etc. – and assist as needed.
  • Provide hospitality services day of event, act as a main point of contact for our clients throughout their stay and coordinate with all impacted departments to ensure rental space meets guests’ specifications.  Mediate and resolve any conflicts. Provide direction and coaching to ensure event expectations are met.
  • Develop standard operating procedures, forms and business flows for Event Service in alignment with best practice and monitors their compliance.
  • Provide regular analysis of rental pricing and revenue generation.
  • Evaluate and minimize risks to persons, facilities and the school’s reputation.
  • Identify and report campus maintenance needs. Conduct regular walk through inspections of buildings to identify high risk issues (i.e. broken furniture, set-ups, proper utilization).
  • Maintain constant interaction with the Director of Facilities and Operations.
  • Work cooperatively with other areas of the school to strengthen relationships by participating in meetings, committees, and providing positive division representation at various campus functions.
  • Perform other duties, responsibilities, or special projects as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Two years of events planning or related experience strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of accuracy, think analytically, and solve problems.
  • Firm understanding and commitment to serving and supporting the School’s mission.
  • Exemplifies the desired values and cultural principles of the School.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both internal and external constituents.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Knowledge of food and beverage regulations.
  • Experience in a customer service or guest relations role.
  • Exceptional organizational, prioritization, attention to detail and follow-up skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint.
  • Cooperative attitude with team-oriented disposition with the ability to effectively support colleagues.

Additional Employment Requirements:

  • Must have flexibility to work nights and weekends, according to event schedules and needs of the business.
  • Must have successful completion of criminal background record, driving record (as applicable), and reference checks.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and ability to meet driver safety standards.

Full-time General Maintenance Team Member

The General Maintenance Team Member is responsible for providing general routine, preventive and corrective maintenance of school buildings and campus grounds to maintain a safe environment for students, residents, staff and visitors while providing cost effective maintenance service.

Position Requirements: High School diploma or GED required. The ability to follow verbal and written instruction; to perform basic math calculations and to work efficiently without direct supervision are necessary. A valid PA driver’s license and the ability to operate all School vehicles and equipment are required. Must possess a general mechanical aptitude and a positive customer service approach. Some non-traditional hours on nights and weekends will be expected according to school events and the needs of the department.

Job Accountabilities:

  • Maintains all school grounds as needed to include:  mowing lawns, snow removal, etc.
  • Completes daily maintenance work orders as assigned, including but not limited to:  event set up and break down, painting, trash removal, minor electrical, plumbing and systems repairs, etc.
  • Participates in facility preventative maintenance programs
  • Accountable for and abides by the standards set forth in The Baldwin School Employee Handbook and Community Agreement.
  • Maintains confidentiality and rights of student, family, employee, and facility information in compliance with policies and applicable regulations.
  • Maintains a safe work environment and exhibits safe work place practices.
  • Interacts positively and cooperatively with students, families, visitors and other staff.
  • Performs all duties in compliance with all applicable Federal and State rules and regulations and facility policies and procedures.
  • Accepts assigned duties in a cooperative manner and willingly performs other duties as assigned

Physical and Environmental Requirements:  An individual in this position will be required to lift and carry objects up to 75lbs.  Maintenance Team Members work inside and outside and are exposed to varying environmental conditions.  The ability to stand for extended periods of time and climb a ladder are necessary. 

Van Driver

Description: The Baldwin School is looking for a part- time Van Driver to pick up and drop off students in Center City. Approximately 20-25 hours per week including mornings and afternoons.

Requirements:

Must have a good driving record. Must have all three current clearances (Criminal Background, Child Abuse, FBI Check –Fingerprints).

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

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