Employment

Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, PreK - Grade 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.

The Baldwin School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual identity or orientation or disabilities in the administration of its employment policies. Candidates are selected by their qualifications to meet the specific needs of each position. The Baldwin School is an equal opportunity employer.

Thank you for your interest in employment at The Baldwin School. Current employment opportunities can be found below.

Administration Positions

Faculty Positions

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  • Extended Day Program Teachers

    The Baldwin School is seeking to hire part-time qualified candidates for our after-school program. Extended Day Program Teachers will work directly with students in an after-school setting, leading small groups in the area of arts, sports, academics, and mentorship. The hours for the position are Monday to Friday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Plan and implement the daily after-school program with appropriate developmental experiences for a group of children from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5.
    • Use a wide range of teaching methods and activities (indoor or outdoor games, stories, art, homework supervision, etc) to engage children.
    • Create and implement activities, workshops and events for students based on their interests and with their involvement.
    • Arrange and maintain a physical environment conducive to children’s growth and development and optimal program functioning, including daily setup and cleanup.
    • Assist the Manager of Auxiliary Programs with administrative tasks related to running the program.
    • Interact professionally with all community members.
    • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
    • Maintain the upkeep of supplies.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    Qualification, Skills and Knowledge Requirements:
    • High School diploma or equivalent; Bachelor's Degree preferred
    • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
    • Two years experience working with young children
    • Passion for working with children
    • Must be able to engage and motivate students
    • Patient, flexible, positive, consistent, dependable and cooperative with a sense of humor
    • Sufficient insight and judgment to handle crisis situations
    • Ability to take supervision and correction constructively
    Contact
    Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter and three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.


  • Middle School Music Teacher

    The Baldwin School seeks applicants for the position of a full-time Middle School Music Teacher for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year. All Baldwin teachers participate in the life of the School and support the School’s mission. This position will include directing the Middle School chorus and select vocal ensembles, teaching Grade 6 and 7 general music classes, and potentially an Upper School elective class. The successful candidate will have experience in both music education and choral conducting. She or he will possess a passion for music, effective classroom management skills with a knowledge of how to assess and grade students’ progress, the ability to develop educational programming, and a willingness to work with other teachers across disciplines. The successful candidate will possess excellent content knowledge; a love of working with students and creating a joyful learning environment; creativity and a thirst for innovation; a high level of energy and flexibility; a reflective and growth-oriented mindset; and a sense of humor. She or he will be able to inspire and empower students to learn; collaborate and engage in daily conversations and experiences with students and colleagues; possess excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; and commit to ongoing professional development and lifelong learning. Successful candidates will have an understanding of and appreciation for girls' education.

    Responsibilities:
    • Develop and teach Middle (and potentially Upper) School music curriculum in support of The Baldwin School’s Mission Statement.
    • Differentiate instruction and materials to meet the diverse academic, social and emotional needs of learners in the classroom.
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design interdisciplinary and project-based learning curricular experiences.
    • Collaborate with Lower and Upper School Music faculty to maintain a spiraling curriculum across divisions.
    • Assess student progress and adjust teaching plans accordingly; provide students with regular and timely feedback about their progress.
    • Attend regular department meetings  as well as faculty meetings and professional development days.
    • Maintain strong communication with colleagues, families, and administration.
    • Maintain professionalism, positivity, and good humor in the face of challenges and change.
    • Participate as a full member of the faculty and demonstrate a willingness to engage actively in The Baldwin School community in an appropriate and visible way
    • Other duties as assigned
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree and course work in related field; Master’s Degree preferred.
    • 3-5 years teaching experience.
    • Knowledge and experience in music technology is strongly encouraged.
    • Experience with student-centered teaching, project-based learning, interdisciplinary curriculum planning, and authentic measures of student learning.
    • Experience integrating technology, including Google applications, laptop/iPads, SMART Board, etc., into teaching practice to support learning and deepen projects.
    • Enthusiasm for embracing the independent school model of mentoring, advising and supporting students outside the classroom.
    • A commitment to creating an inclusive classroom community that allows for a multitude of perspectives to be heard and respected.
    • Positive attitude towards students, staff and faculty.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication (written and verbal).
    • Comfortable transitioning to remote learning environments, if necessary.
    Contact
    Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with 3 references to jobs@baldwinschool.org
  • Middle and Upper School Science Teacher

    The Baldwin School seeks applicants for the position of a full-time Middle and Upper School Science Teacher for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year. All Baldwin teachers participate in the life of the School and support the School’s mission. This position will include three sections of 8th grade Earth Science/Chemistry and one section of Environmental Science in 12th grade.
     
    The successful candidate will possess excellent content knowledge, effective classroom management skills and a knowledge of how to assess and grade students’ progress. The candidate will possess a love of working with students and creating a joyful learning environment where students are inspired and empowered to learn; creativity and a thirst for innovation; a high level of energy and flexibility; a reflective and growth-oriented mindset; a commitment to ongoing professional development and lifelong learning; an understanding of and appreciation for girls' education; and a sense of humor.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Develop and teach Middle and Upper School science curriculum in support of The Baldwin School’s Mission Statement.
    • Differentiate instruction and materials to meet the diverse academic, social and emotional needs of learners in the classroom.
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design interdisciplinary and project-based learning curricular experiences.
    • Collaborate with Science Department colleagues to maintain a spiraling curriculum across all divisions.
    • Assess student progress and adjust teaching plans accordingly; provide students with regular and timely feedback about their progress.
    • Attend regular department meetings as well as faculty meetings and professional development days.
    • Maintain strong communication with colleagues, families, and administration.
    • Maintain professionalism, positivity, and good humor in the face of challenges and change.
    • Participate as a full member of the faculty and demonstrate a willingness to engage actively in The Baldwin School community in an appropriate and visible way
    • Other duties as assigned
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree and course work in related field; Master’s Degree preferred.
    • 3-5 years teaching experience.
    • Experience integrating technology, including Google applications, laptops, SMART Board, etc., into teaching practice to support learning and deepen projects.
    • Enthusiasm for embracing the independent school model of mentoring, advising and supporting students outside the classroom.
    • A commitment to creating an inclusive classroom community that allows for a multitude of perspectives to be heard and respected.
    • Experience in ISEF-affiliated science fairs desirable.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication (written and verbal).
    Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with 3 references to jobs@baldwinschool.org
  • Substitute Teachers

    The Baldwin School is seeking substitute teachers for the 2022-23 school year. Qualified applicants should be flexible and enthusiastic about working with students in Grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. The teacher will have clear written lesson plans to execute in the absence of the regular teacher.

    Duties will include but are not limited to:
    • Implementing curriculum in Lower, Middle or Upper School classrooms.
    • Providing whole group, small group and individual instruction in the classroom.
    • Fostering a positive and nurturing learning environment.
    • Assisting students at lunchtime and recess.
    • Maintaining a clean and well-organized classroom space.
    • Other duties, as assigned.

    Qualifications:
    • Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in education. 
    • 2-4 years of classroom teaching experience.
    • Strong collaboration and communication skills.
    • Understanding of the social-emotional development of girls.
    • Current clearances including; PA State Criminal Record Check, PA Child Abuse Certification, Federal Criminal History (fingerprints).

    Contact
    Interested candidates, please send a cover letter, resume and 3 references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.
  • Temporary Lower School Counselor

    The Baldwin School is seeking a temporary leave replacement for a School Counselor in our Lower School, anticipated from September 2022 - January 2023. The Lower School Counselor reports to the Director of Lower School and provides a robust, student-centered Lower School counseling program that supports the social and emotional well-being and development of all students in grades Pre-K to 5.

    The Lower School Counselor provides short-term individual and small group counseling and teaches school counseling lessons, which focus on social-emotional learning. The Lower School Counselor works in partnership with Lower School faculty and families to support students’ academic, social, emotional and behavioral development and needs at school. The ideal candidate will be experienced at providing counseling support in a diverse and inclusive school community.

    Professional responsibilities:
    • Provide short-term individual and small group counseling as appropriate to address social and emotional needs which may impact learning at school
    • Create and teach school counseling lessons, which focus on social-emotional learning
    • Use evidence-based practices, research, and student needs to inform decisions and programming that support the social and emotional well-being and development of all Lower School students
    • Consult and collaborate with teachers, parents, and administrators regarding a student’s academic, social, emotional and behavioral development and needs
    • Provide guidance and support to parents around child development and issues related to mental health
    • Provide referral to, and engage in consultation with, appropriate outside providers
    • Collaborate with the Baldwin Academic Social Emotional Supports (BASES) team to promote student success
    • Additional responsibilities as required
    Qualifications:
    • Master’s Degree in School Counseling, Social Work or related field; current PA School Counselor Certification preferred
    • Three or more years of relevant experience providing counseling services to school age students, ideally within an independent school setting
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Ability to collaborate and work in a team environment
    • Exceptional attention to detail, with the ability to organize, manage and follow up on multiple priorities
    • Strong knowledge of the ethical and legal considerations related to school counseling practices
    • Commitment to creating an inclusive classroom environment
    • Commitment to the school’s mission, values and vision
    Contact
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to jobs@baldwinschool.org.
  • Upper School Graphic Arts and Digital Photography Teacher (Part-Time)

    The Baldwin School is seeking a Part-time Graphic Arts and Digital Photography Teacher. The successful candidate will teach three or four classes per semester, and will be able to teach the subject material effectively, engage students positively, and interact productively with colleagues and parents. We are seeking a candidate with an academic and/or professional background in the visual arts, or art education and/or teaching experience related to traditional and contemporary art-making. We seek candidates interested in working collaboratively on innovative curriculum design and development. In addition to the work in the classroom, all Baldwin faculty members are expected to engage in those duties typical of independent day school life (advising students, moderating clubs, chaperoning events, etc.). This position reports to the Upper School Director. Baldwin is an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage candidates of all backgrounds, genders and abilities to apply.

    Responsibilities:
    • Introduce students to foundational concepts and skills in design and digital photography.                                                
    • In partnership with the department chair and Art colleagues, develop appropriate curriculum and lessons to ensure a cohesive learning trajectory from year to year.
    • Create an inclusive and supportive classroom community, establishing routines and building relationships with students; use positive guidance, offering helpful feedback and exhibiting patience, empathy and respect.
    • Differentiate instruction and materials to meet the diverse needs and learning styles of all students.
    • Assess student progress and adjust teaching plans accordingly; provide students with regular and timely feedback about their progress.
    • Create and regularly update a digital classroom page, using our learning management system (LMS), as a primary means of communicating classroom activities to families.
    • Collaborate with colleagues in other content areas to design interdisciplinary and project-based learning experiences.
    • Demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and a commitment to growth for yourself and your students, by actively pursuing professional development in the teaching of graphic design and digital photograph and other topics relevant to your teaching practice.
    • Maintain an ongoing dialogue with parents about student progress, through emails, phone calls, report-writing and in-person conferences; maintain strong communication with colleagues, families, and administration.
    • Attend Upper School and All School Faculty meetings and find meaningful ways to contribute to the life of the Upper School.
    • Willingness to help lead the yearbook desirable.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    • B.A. in a relevant subject area, M.A. preferred
    • Demonstrated content and skill expertise in graphic design and digital photography
    • Expertise using Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, PhotoShop, and other relevant programs
    • 3-5 years of teaching experience at the Upper School level, preferred
    • Effective communication skills, including the ability to provide clear written feedback to students
    • Creative, energetic, and positive approach to teaching
    • Ability to use academic technology to enhance classroom instruction 
    Contact
    Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume and three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.

Staff Positions

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  • Assistant/Associate Director of Alumnae Engagement & Stewardship

    The Assistant/Associate Director of Alumnae Engagement & Stewardship helps foster lifelong relationships between and amongst Baldwin’s 4,000 alumnae and reports to the Director of Alumnae Engagement. The assistant director is responsible for the planning and execution of a yearly calendar of alumnae events, recruitment and management of alumnae volunteers (class secretaries and reunion volunteers), creating and managing an annual stewardship calendar and assisting with alumnae communications.  This role is also responsible for collaborative planning and coordination of the department’s stewardship and donor relations program, including recognition events, stewardship reporting and memorial gifts.  This position is the primary point of contact for all alumnae inquiries and requests. As a key member of the advancement team, this position will also assist the team with meeting the strategic and philanthropic goals of the School.

    Projects and Events
    • Plan and executes key alumnae events on campus (Homecoming, Thanksgiving Assembly Gathering, Young Alumnae Day, Legacy Luncheon, and Senior Luncheon). Oversee event communications, invitations/registration, reminders, guest lists and event briefings
    • Assist the Director of Alumnae Engagement in planning and executing Alumnae Weekend and serve as lead staff member for reunion planning committees
    • Work collaboratively with enrollment team to welcome and engage prospective legacy students and families
    • Work collaboratively with the Advancement Events Coordinator to plan and execute recognition events for donors to further affinity among all constituents
    • Lead donor recognition projects, including memorial gifts, plaquing and digital recognition activities
    • Provide logistical support for national and local alumnae board meetings
    • Assist with the planning and execution of local and virtual events as needed

    Volunteer Management
    • Manage all outreach and communications to current class secretaries/agents, while also recruiting new volunteers as needed
    • Assist with management of assigned reunion class volunteers, including committee recruitment, managing class mailings and partnering closely with the Director of Alumnae Engagement on calls and planning as necessary for Reunion annually  
    Stewardship 
    • Produce engaging donor reports in collaboration with front line fundraisers. Provide writing and communication support, including drafting high-level acknowledgments, impact reports, and other donor relations communications pieces as needed
    • Manage annual faculty staff professional development and enrichment grant, including application process, scheduling selection committees, collecting impact reports from award recipients
    • Manage scholarship donor reporting cycle and personalized stewardship process for scholarship donors, including programming support for any scholarship events.
    Communication
    • Assist with the development and preparation of alumnae newsletters
    • In partnership with the Marketing and Communications Office, assist with developing content for the bi-annual magazine, Echoes and collect and review class note submissions
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • Strong commitment to the Baldwin School mission and full support of single-sex education
    • Minimum of 2-3 years of relevant event planning/ volunteer management/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 technology related to the position including: Constant Contact, Raiser’s Edge, Zoom, and social media platforms a plus
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel with mail merge experience
    • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to jobs@baldwinschool.org.
  • Athletic Center Front Desk Assistant

    The Baldwin School seeks applicants for the position of Front Desk Assistant for the Athletic Center. As the face of our Athletic Center, the ideal candidate will have the ability to multitask in a busy environment while maintaining a welcoming, friendly and professional presence with students, parents, and colleagues. In addition, the Front Desk Assistant is expected to understand, accept and abide by the School’s philosophy and mission statement in all her/his school activities and work with courtesy, tact and diplomacy in dealing with others.

    The Front Desk Assistant for Athletics works Monday through Friday from 4:00-8:30pm, except for school holidays. The start date is August 22, 2022.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Greet visitors and members of the Baldwin community with a positive, helpful attitude
    • Assist visitors and community members in finding their way around the Athletic Center
    • Announce visitors as necessary to the appropriate coach or athletic administrator
    • Help to maintain workplace security by having visitors sign in at the front desk
    • Knowledge of the Athletic Center's emergency action plan, including how to report an accident/incident and who to contact
    • Assist with a variety of administrative tasks, including copying and emailing
    • Answer phone calls in a professional, courteous manner and route calls as necessary
    • Monitor spaces in the Athletic Center by frequently circulating the building
    • Knowledge of opening and closing procedures in the Athletic Center
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • High School degree; additional experience as an administrative assistant is a plus
    • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
    • Proficiency in G Suite applications
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work
    • Flexible and willing to learn new tasks as needed
    Physical Demands:
    • Physical capability to lift, move and carry athletic equipment weighing up to 30 lbs.
    Contact
    Interested candidates, please send a cover letter, resume and three references to jobs@baldwinschool.org.
  • Enrollment Assistant (part-time)

    The part-time Enrollment Assistant is responsible for supporting the Manager of Enrollment Operations with the administration of the admission, enrollment and tuition assistance program at The Baldwin School. The part-time Enrollment Assistant will provide support to Enrollment staff, maintaining and communicating information on inquiry, applicant and current students and will serve as a point of contact for those applying for financial aid. The role coordinates and manages tasks associated with the collection of required documents for families applying for admission and financial aid, actively communicating with families, as well as internal stakeholders. The part-time Enrollment Assistant will provide support to the Manager of Enrollment Operations with the generation of daily and weekly recruitment, enrollment, and financial aid reports. In addition, the part-time Enrollment Assistant will 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:
    • Manage Student Information System (Blackbaud) and support enrollment management reporting needs.
    • Support all aspects of admission and financial aid application processes including collection of required credentials, data entry, status changes and maintenance of records for prospective and returning families.  
    • Maintain the integrity and security of admission, enrollment and financial aid data, including transfer of data from various sources. Liaise with internal stakeholders, maintaining credentials, records and reports. 
    • Maintain active communication with prospective and returning families seeking tuition assistance. 
    • Manage all functions associated with targeted and personalized enrollment communication.
    • Promote open communication with Database Administrator, Business Office, and other key school members to ensure system/data integrity, timely response to requests, etc. 
    • Assist with enrollment events
    • Other duties as assigned
     Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • Ability to work remotely and in-person, as needed
    • Proficient in data collection, manipulation, and reporting
    • Proficient in Google Workplace and Microsoft Office, specifically Word and Excel. Experience with Blackbaud, School and Student Services (SSS), Constant Contact preferred but not required 
    • Highly motivated with strong communication and organizational skills; attentive to detail; ability to work in fast paced environment and manage requests in timely manner, while maintaining quality control. Demonstrated commitment to customer service
    • Availability some nights and weekends for events as needed 
    • The ability to hold information in confidence and to set appropriate limits with families and colleagues
    • Demonstrated ability to foster a cooperative, team-focused work atmosphere in a student-centered environment
    • An understanding of and a commitment to The Baldwin School's mission and core values

    Physical Effort/Environment:
    • General office and campus environment.  Duties require employee to interact with parents 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.  
    Contact
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to jobs@baldwinschool.org.
  • Lower School Admissions Tester

    The part-time Lower School Admissions Tester assists the Director of Lower School Enrollment with the administration of admission and enrollment functions that contribute to the success of Lower School enrollment. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, administration of pre-admission student assessments and support for and attendance at Lower School enrollment events. This position requires excellent customer service and communication skills to serve all internal and external constituents.
     
    Essential Functions
    • Administer assessments to students applying to Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and Grades 1-6. The assessments are scheduled as part of group Play Sessions (PK-K) as well as individual student visits offered throughout the week.  
    • Create an environment where the student feels positive about her performance and comfortable with her experience. Ensure that rapport is established with the child as well as the parents prior to the assessment.
    • Provide written reports including specific information about the child’s abilities, issues of individual learning strengths and needs, academic performance, language, memory, attention skills, and behavioral/emotional/social functioning, to be completed within 24 hours of the individual testing date or Play Session. 
    • Assist the Director of Lower School Enrollment with the execution of strategies and tactics to generate interest from qualified families.
    • Assist with various activities in support of Enrollment including proctoring internal assessments, pre-event preparations, event execution and post-event responsibilities. 
    • Provide other duties as assigned
     
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in education or other related field required.
    • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and set priorities to achieve goals/objectives.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills. Confidence speaking in small/large groups and with people from diverse backgrounds.
    • Early childhood, elementary education experiences required.
    • Strong organizational skills; attentive to detail.  A demonstrated commitment to customer service. 
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
    • Demonstrated ability to foster a cooperative, team-focused work atmosphere in a student-centered environment. 
    • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office and various student information system technologies. 
    • Experience with educational testing preferred.

    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.
    Contact: Interested candidates, please send cover letter, resume with 3 references to jobs@baldwinschool.org

Coaching Positions

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  • Fall Season 2022

    The Baldwin School is seeking a qualified coach for the following position:

    Head Field Hockey Coach
    Assistant Cross Country Coach

    The successful candidates will possess a genuine love and knowledge of their sport and understand how to teach, mentor and motivate student-athletes. In addition, the ability to lead collaboratively and creatively is essential. 

    A Baldwin Coach:
    -Is student-centered, embraces school life, and shows it through positive actions and interactions
    -Consistently maintains high standards for their work and motivates others to achieve the same
    standard of excellence
    -Fosters a positive culture by being collaborative, optimistic, approachable, selfless, and flexible
    -Embodies our core values of Learning, Respect, Responsibility, Compassion, and Honesty

    Qualifications:
    -Bachelor’s degree
    -Competitive background and previous experience in coaching are required
    -Knowledge of appropriate safety measures to ensure the well-being of student-athletes
    -Excellent interpersonal, communication, time management, and organizational skills
    -Ability to attend all team practices, meetings, and games
     
    Contact:
    Interested candidates, please send a cover letter, resume and three references to Meg Glascott-Birch, Director of Athletics.
  • Winter Season 2022-23

    The Baldwin School is seeking a qualified coach for the following position:

    Upper School Assistant Indoor Track Coach
    Middle School Assistant Swim Team Coach

    The successful candidates will possess a genuine love and knowledge of their sport and understand how to teach, mentor and motivate student-athletes. In addition, the ability to lead collaboratively and creatively is essential. 

    A Baldwin Coach:
    -Is student-centered, embraces school life, and shows it through positive actions and interactions
    -Consistently maintains high standards for their work and motivates others to achieve the same standard of excellence
    -Fosters a positive culture by being collaborative, optimistic, approachable, selfless, and flexible
    -Embodies our core values of Learning, Respect, Responsibility, Compassion, and Honesty

    Qualifications:
    -Bachelor’s degree
    -Competitive background and previous experience in coaching are required
    -Knowledge of appropriate safety measures to ensure the well-being of student-athletes
    -Excellent interpersonal, communication, time management, and organizational skills
    -Ability to attend all team practices, meetings, and games
     
    Contact:
    Interested candidates, please send a cover letter, resume and three references to Meg Glascott-Birch, Director of Athletics.
     
  • Spring Season 2023

    The Baldwin School is seeking a qualified coach for the following positions:

    Varsity Head Softball Coach
    Assistant Crew Coach
    Assistant Lacrosse Coach
    Middle School A Team Softball Coach

    The successful candidates will possess a genuine love and knowledge of their sport and understand how to teach, mentor and motivate student-athletes. In addition, the ability to lead collaboratively and creatively is essential. 

    A Baldwin Coach:
    -Is student-centered, embraces school life, and shows it through positive actions and interactions
    -Consistently maintains high standards for their work and motivates others to achieve the same standard of excellence
    -Fosters a positive culture by being collaborative, optimistic, approachable, selfless, and flexible
    -Embodies our core values of Learning, Respect, Responsibility, Compassion, and Honesty

    Qualifications:
    -Bachelor’s degree
    -Competitive background and previous experience in coaching are required
    -Knowledge of appropriate safety measures to ensure the well-being of student-athletes
    -Excellent interpersonal, communication, time management, and organizational skills
    -Ability to attend all team practices, meetings, and games
     
    Contact:
    Interested candidates, please send a cover letter, resume and three references to Meg Glascott-Birch, Director of Athletics.