罗克斯伯里拉丁学校吸引了以学术能力和多样性著称的学生群体,以及一个独特的敬业的教职员工。学校的学生、教职员工来自整个波士顿市和周边的许多城镇。

在Roxbury Latin工作

罗克斯伯里拉丁学校的规模约为300名男孩和70名成年人,这意味着我们享有一个亲密的社区。我们所有的人--学生、教师和工作人员--都很了解对方,并且合作地工作。这里的成年人和男孩们对自己和彼此的要求都很高,而这种集体事业的回报是丰富的,也是很多的。罗克斯伯里拉丁学校为其教职员工提供一流的工资和福利。除了对教职员工给予荣誉性的补偿外,学校还提供一系列的福利,包括全面的保险(包括由Cigna提供的健康保险)和退休计划;慷慨的带薪休假;强大而广泛的专业发展机会,包括校内和校外;每天提供午餐;以及充分使用校园健身设施。Roxbury Latin的公共交通很方便。

作为一个机会平等的雇主,学校 完全致力于吸引、保留和发展最合格的员工,而不考虑其种族、性别、肤色、年龄、原籍国、性取向、残疾或任何其他受法律保护的特征.

目前的职位空缺

  • Assistant Director of External Relations

    The Roxbury Latin School is seeking a skilled and creative communication and marketing professional as its new Assistant Director of External Relations. This individual will report to the Director of External Relations and will work on a wide variety of digital and print projects, extending the brand of the school, promoting awareness and goodwill, and advancing Roxbury Latin’s mission. This individual will be responsible for helping to identify distinctive features of the school and to communicate the “RL story,” articulating the school’s program, vision, and value—with an in-depth understanding of its mission and traditions—through a strategic, robust multimedia approach, engaging and informing both external and internal constituencies.

    Working closely with the Director of External Relations and colleagues throughout the school—including members of the development and admission offices—the Assistant Director will serve as primary writer and “reporter” of school news and events, and will lead or assist on various strategic institutional communication and marketing initiatives. This individual will contribute to developing creative, high-caliber, digital and print communications and marketing materials; ensure brand identity and messaging coherence across all channels; and manage production of articles and publications, web-based projects, social media content, and other related projects from concept through implementation. Those projects include the triannual Newsletter, school website, admission marketing materials, fundraising and development collateral, and all social media platforms.

    This individual will share responsibility for the user experience of the school’s website, ensuring—with the Director of External Relations, and Director of Digital and Graphic Design—that the site dynamically and accurately communicates the mission and program of the school to a variety of audiences, including prospective families, alumni, parents, and the general public.

    In addition to exemplary writing and editing skills, the Assistant Director should have knowledge of marketing campaigns, publicity and promotional practices, and social media marketing. The Assistant Director will be expected to attend various events throughout the school year (including occasional evenings and weekends) and will assist in event planning and execution, as related to external audiences.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, marketing, or a related field.
    • 2-3 years of professional experience in an integrated communications/marketing role.
    • An enthusiasm for education, people, and storytelling.
    • Exemplary writing and copy-editing skills, and an ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally.
    • Excellent organizational, time-management, and problem-solving skills.
    • A track record of effective, positive, and client-centric relations in a collaborative environment.
    • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
    • A detail-oriented approach with ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment.
    • Proficiency with Google suite applications, social media platforms, and social media management tools.
    • Experience working with outside vendors, and ability to complete projects with vendors on time and on budget.
    • Willingness to engage fully in the life of the school, embracing RL’s generalist spirit.
    • Experience with WordPress or other online content management systems is a plus.
    • Experience with basic digital design (including video and photo-editing) and graphic design software (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) is a plus.

    Experience working in a school, university, or nonprofit organization is preferred. There may be opportunities, despite a demanding schedule for the essential aspects of this position, for involvement additionally in the extracurricular life of the school.

    An independent day school for 300 boys in grades 7-12, Roxbury Latin was founded in 1645 and is located on a green, 117-acre campus in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. The school attracts a student body noted for its academic ability and its diversity, and it offers top salaries and benefits to its faculty and staff. An equal opportunity employer, the school is fully committed to attracting, retaining, and developing the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, age, nation of origin, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    Qualified applicants should send a letter of interest, résumé, and three writing samples via email to Erin Berg, Director of External Relations, at erin.berg@roxburylatin.org.

  • Technical Theater Director (Part-Time)

    The Roxbury Latin School seeks to hire a part-time Technical Theater Director for the 2024-2025 academic year, beginning in August 2024. Working in collaboration with the Director of Dramatics and other guest artists, the Technical Director will supervise all major technical elements for our fall play, winter musical, and spring play. Prior experience in a professional or educational theater setting is a plus. We are seeking a candidate who is practiced in their craft, detail-oriented, creative, and resourceful, and who is excited about working at a boys’ school (though many performances are co-ed) and interacting with students of that age group. 

    Most importantly, the Technical Director is expected to supervise the after-school tech crew, scheduling their meeting times, maintaining rosters of involved students each season, and guiding students in acquiring and growing competencies in their design area(s) of interest. These tech crew meetings should occur between three and five nights per week, depending on the needs of the production; that schedule will be set each season in collaboration with the Director of Dramatics. Tech crew meets for approximately two hours per evening, and those meetings can be scheduled at the discretion of the Technical Director as long as they fall between the hours of 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Once the schedule is set for a given season, however, it will be the standing weekly meeting schedule. 

    Other key responsibilities are as follows: 

    • Manage and maintain the scene shop, ensuring that the space is clean, that materials are organized and put away after daily use, and that any needed enhancements or improvements are proposed to the Director of Dramatics
    • Support three mainstage theatrical productions a year, supervising the overall design in all major areas (set design and construction, costumes, props, lighting, sound) and working in collaboration with guest artists
    • Serve as lead designer in at least two of the above design areas; three or more is preferred
    • Collaborate with the Director of Dramatics and guest artists to set a positive example for students in the program and ensure a mutually supportive working environment
    • Demonstrate a detail-oriented mindset, a willingness to solve problems proactively, and an understanding of the fact that no production is finished until strike concludes
    • Ensure that elements are ready for integration at the appropriate time, as agreed upon by the Technical Director and Director of Dramatics (typically after six or seven weeks)
    • Occasionally travel outside of tech crew meeting hours to purchase props or pick up furniture, costumes, or microphones
    • Work to ensure that the stage, audience area, and other surrounding spaces (pit, tech booth, wings) are well-maintained
    • Supervise run crew, board operators, and stage management team during productions; be present for the full run of each show to facilitate that effort
    • Work with the Director of Dramatics and Director of Music to imagine the yearly program calendar, season, and the growth of the program over time

    An independent day school for 300 boys in grades 7-12, Roxbury Latin was founded in 1645 and is located in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. The school attracts a student body noted for its academic ability and its diversity, and it offers top salaries and benefits to its faculty. An equal opportunity employer, the school is fully committed to attracting, retaining, and developing the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, age, nation of origin, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Qualified applicants should send a letter of interest and a résumé via email to matt.phillips@roxburylatin.org or by conventional post to Mr. Matt Phillips, Director of Dramatics, The Roxbury Latin School, 101 St. Theresa Avenue, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 02132.