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Faculty members at Millbrook School are teachers in all facets of their daily lives. Our faculty is committed to participating fully in the development of adolescents as whole people. Faculty members must be committed to one another as colleagues and to the health of the community as a whole.
 
Millbrook School’s faculty consists of approximately 80 members, most of whom live on campus. Our faculty is diverse in life experience, age, and race/ethnicity. We seek educators who have high energy, passion for the life of the mind, patience, flexibility, a sense of humor, and empathy and optimism towards the issues that our young people face.
 
A full-time faculty member at Millbrook School embodies the boarding school model known as the “triple threat.” Traditionally, this includes the roles of teacher, coach, and dorm parent. Each role requires energy and commitment to the unique life in a boarding school community. The following outlines most, but not all, of the job a Millbrook School teacher is expected to do.
 
Teaching: A full-time faculty member will teach four sections per term as assigned by the department head and Dean of Faculty. The average class size is 13 students. Teaching faculty participate in weekly department meetings, collaborate with teachers in and outside of their department, and have a voice in decisions about the curriculum. In addition, faculty members will serve as academic advisor to one to six students per year and be responsible for supervising a community service.
 
Coaching: Each full-time faculty member is expected to participate in the physical development program during two of the three terms at Millbrook. Most fulfill this responsibility by coaching or assisting interscholastic sports; some supervise recreational sports or “zoo squad”, some direct drama groups.
 
Residential Life Duties: Many faculty members are housed in dormitory apartments and supervise the boarding students on weeknights and weekends. Each dorm is staffed with at least two resident faculty members, as well as one or two affiliates, who together participate in a supervisory rotation of the students. Others participate in residential life through supervision of evening programs.

Open Faculty Positions

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  • English Teacher

    Millbrook School seeks a full-time English teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year, likely teaching grades 9, 10, and 12. The department focuses on developing skills of critical reading, clarity of thinking and written and oral expression, creativity, and appreciation of literature as a means to discuss the human condition. The department is highly collaborative and deeply committed. Applicants should have at least three years of relevant teaching experience.
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  • Humanities Instructor

    Millbrook School seeks a part-time humanities instructor who will work in our Academic Center. Competence in all aspects of the writing process is required. Additinal content knowledge in English and history curricula is preferred. Candidates must be willing to familiarize themselves with the materials used in each applicable subject area, and should also have the ability to recognize the needs and learning style of each student, as well as be proficient in adjusting their teaching style for each individual student.
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  • Media Specialist/Academic Technology Integrator

    Millbrook School seeks an assistant librarian/media specialist and academic technology integrator.
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  • Girls JV Lacrosse Coach

    Millbrook School is seeking a girls junior varsity lacrosse coach for the spring of 2017. Collegiate playing experience is required, and coaching experience is preferred. Responsibilities include running practices Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Game days are generally Wednesday and Saturday. The girls lacrosse season starts March 28, and runs through May 27. Housing may be possible with this position, or candidates can live locally. Letter of interest and resume should be sent to Athletic Director Billy Thom at wthom@millbrook.org.

Open Staff Positions

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  • Mill Attendant

    Millbrook School seeks a Mill Attendant for The Mill, which is a part of Millbrook's Trevor Zoo. The Trevor Zoo is one of the smallest zoological facilities accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and has a strong history of meeting the standards of education, conservation, research, and recreation that are required by the AZA. The ideal candidate should strive to maintain an atmosphere of professionalism, respect, and courtesy towards all those who visit and work at the Trevor Zoo.
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  • Mill Operations Manager

    Millbrook School seeks an Operations Manager for The Mill, which is a part of Millbrook's Trevor Zoo. The Trevor Zoo is one of the smallest zoological facilities accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and has a strong history of meeting the standards of education, conservation, research, and recreation that are required by the AZA. The ideal candidate should strive to maintain an atmosphere of professionalism, respect, and courtesy towards all those who visit and work at the Trevor Zoo.
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Open Administrative Faculty Positions

  • Employment Application
    All applicants must complete the Employment Application form. This fillable PDF can be completed electronically and printed, or printed and completed by hand. It should be mailed or faxed to the appropriate person at the school.

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  • Professional Development & Benefits

    Millbrook School is committed to the professional development of its faculty. The school encourages faculty to be life-long learners; to that end, it awards approximately $45,000 each year to faculty to support graduate study, workshops, travel, and curriculum development. In addition, through a new faculty orientation program, professional development days and bi-weekly faculty meetings, Millbrook supports faculty members in their teaching, coaching, and developmental work with adolescents.

     

    Millbrook offers competitive salaries and a benefit package that includes a retirement plan through TIAA/CREF (once eligible to join, the school and the employee both contribute toward this plan on a tax deferred basis), a medical plan for employees and eligible family members paid for by the school, and after one year of employment, a long term disability plan paid for by the school.

  • Faculty Applications

    Candidates who wish to apply for a teaching position should have the following qualifications:

    • A bachelor’s degree in the discipline you wish to teach; an advanced degree is desirable (state certification is not required) 
    • Prior teaching experience is preferred, but not required
    • Ability to coach one or more athletic teams and/or advise an extracurricular activity
    • Good communication skill, both oral and written
    • Commitment to professional growth
    • A sense of humor and a genuine interest in working with adolescents

    Interested candidates may apply by submitting the following information to:
    Katherine M. Havard
    Millbrook School
    131 Millbrook School Road
    Millbrook, New York 12545
    khavard@millbrook.org
    • A letter of introduction summarizing your reasons for wanting to teach at Millbrook
    • A current resume, college transcript and, if applicable, graduate school transcript (need not be official) 
    • Two letters of recommendation
    • Completed Employment Application form from our Employment page

    "As an equal opportunity employer, Millbrook School does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Moreover, Millbrook School recognizes the value of a diverse faculty and staff, and actively seeks candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds."
  • Staff Applications

    The school has additional staff including those working in offices and in the buildings and grounds area. Salaries are competitive and benefits, once eligible, include a retirement plan, medical plan for employee and families, and a long term disability plan. Completed applications should be sent to:

    Ms. Virginia Connolly
    Human Resources
    Millbrook School
    131 Millbrook School Road
    Millbrook, New York 12545
    gconnolly@millbrook.org

    ARAMARK provides the food service for Millbrook School and is responsible for all hiring in that area. Applications should be made to:

    Mr. Vinay Swarup
    Director, Food Services
    Millbrook School
    131 Millbrook School Road
    Millbrook, New York 12545

    "As an equal opportunity employer, Millbrook School does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Moreover, Millbrook School recognizes the value of a diverse faculty and staff, and actively seeks candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds."
  • Administrative Faculty Applications

    Candidates interested in an administrative faculty position may apply by submitting the following information to:

    Ms. Virginia Connolly
    Millbrook School
    131 Millbrook School Road
    Millbrook, New York 12545
    gconnolly@millbrook.org

    • A cover letter summarizing your interest in the position and Millbrook
    • A current resume
    • Completed Employment Application form from our Employment page

    "As an equal opportunity employer, Millbrook School does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Moreover, Millbrook School recognizes the value of a diverse faculty and staff, and actively seeks candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds."
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