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At Bryn Mawr, you'll be part of a team known for inspiring a passion for intellectual curiosity, helping students discover the delights and demands of their own learning, and nurturing the full potential of young women to be responsible and confident participants in the world.  Bryn Mawr is nationally recognized for its academic excellence and personalized approach to teaching and learning.  Diversity of experience, thought, and ideas is not only a pillar of the School, but is also an integral part of the teaching and learning process and the Bryn Mawr experience.
The Bryn Mawr School values a diverse workplace. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, national or ethnic origin, or disability in administration of its hiring, educational, and admissions policies.

The Bryn Mawr School has been recognized as a Baltimore Sun Top Workplace and as a Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace by the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition.

Current Job Opportunities

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  • Upper School English Teacher

    The Bryn Mawr Schools seeks a full time, growth-minded Upper School English teacher to begin August, 2024.  Responsibilities include teaching  4 sections of English, serving as an advisor to a group of 10 - 12 students and collaborating on both departmental and divisional faculty teams.  Successful candidates must have a proven record of engaging students in class discussions and performance, fostering critical reading, writing and speaking skills, and inspiring a love of learning.  The ideal candidate is an excellent communicator who is comfortable using a variety of pedagogical strategies and enjoys working creatively and collaboratively to develop and plan curricula.   An interest in teaching highly motivated girls in a school that values not only intellectual pursuits but also building strong relationships and community is essential.
     
    We welcome the perspectives and experiences of people from diverse backgrounds and consider a diverse faculty essential to offering our students an outstanding educational experience. 

    Coaching and other extracurricular opportunities are available.

    Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, a resume and a list of at least three current references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org Please enter, US English as the title.
  • Full and Part time Music Teaching Opportunities

    The Bryn Mawr School has Music openings to begin August 1, 2024 in the following areas:
    • Early Childhood Music teacher (Little School + Lower School PreK and K) 
    • Middle School General Music Teacher and advisor 
    • Musical Director for the Upper and Middle School productions 
    • Director of Music School 
    • On-Campus pianist for events
    Depending on interest and expertise, opportunities can be combined for a full time position and/or stand alone as part time positions.
    Our Little, Lower and Middle School girls are active music makers! The music curriculum reflects the philosophies of the Orff-Schulwerk approach, which is based on things that children naturally love to do: sing, chant rhymes, dance and play instruments. Language is used as a bridge to musical rhythm, and active participation and creativity are emphasized. The Orff-Schulwerk approach is fully child-centered, and it takes advantage of the natural stages of a child's development. Throughout the year, the girls showcase what they have learned by performing in the winter and spring concerts, International Bazaar and various assemblies.

    Click here for information about our Music School.

    Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply and will be welcomed into a community that celebrates the uniqueness of each faculty member and student. Opportunities to lead extracurricular programs (arts, athletics, after-school care) are available.

    Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, a resume and a list of at least three current references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “Music” in the subject.
  • Dorothy Clayborne Fellowship for Aspiring Teachers of Color

    The Bryn Mawr School, an independent, college-preparatory school in Baltimore for girls grades PK – 12, seeks applicants new to teaching for a 1 - 2 year-long teaching fellowship program to begin August, 2024.

    Named in honor of a true expert in her field who inspired confidence and a love of learning in her students for over 60 years, the Dorothy Clayborne Fellowship will include mentoring, professional development and experiential learning for aspiring teachers of color. 
    In this program, the Clayborne Fellow will be selected for the 2024-25 school year to co-teach with a mentor teacher while engaging fully in the life of the school. Fellows will be integral and active members of the faculty through participation in athletics, arts, clubs, DEI training, and service learning. Individual interests, both in the classroom and beyond, will help shape each fellowship experience. 
    Bryn Mawr is committed to mentoring teaching candidates of color in experiencing the delights and demands of both teaching and learning. Through observation, practice, and study groups the fellows are introduced to teaching while exploring the wide range of opportunities a career in independent education can offer. Fellows explore teaching in a setting where education is both a profession and a passion.

    Responsibilities and Experiences
    • Learn the art and craft of excellent teaching by observing and co-teaching with an experienced teacher.
    • Be an integral and active member of the faculty and the life of the school by participating in extracurricular programming. 
    • Participate fully in advisory, faculty meetings, department/grade level meetings and community professional development opportunities.
    • Learn through observation, study, mentoring, practice, and evaluation.
    • Pursue opportunities for personal and professional growth that come from working with engaged and intellectually curious students.
    • Develop a personal philosophy of teaching through experience and reflection.
    • Participate in Bryn Mawr’s Teaching Institute by attending sessions for all new teachers that address teaching and learning, assessments, classroom management, curriculum planning, single-sex education, multiculturalism, and independent school culture, among other topics.
    • Engage with departmental colleagues by bringing energy, vitality and an openness to sharing new ideas.
    • Take advantage of hands-on personal leadership development.
    • Attend the annual NAIS People of Color Conference
    If you are interested in the Dorothy Clayborne Fellowship for Aspiring Teachers of Color, please submit a resume, three references, and a one page statement of interest that includes what you hope to gain from the experience by May 1, 2024 to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School. Please enter “Clayborne Fellowship” in the subject line.



  •  Wilgis Teaching Fellowship Program

    The Bryn Mawr School, an independent, college-preparatory school in Baltimore for girls grades K – 12, consistently recognized for its outstanding teaching by its excellent faculty, seeks applicants new to teaching for a 1-2 year-long teaching fellowship program to begin August 2024.  Well-qualified and motivated college graduates who possess a passion for working with girls, strong communication skills, expertise in a subject or method area are encouraged to apply.
     
    The program offers training in education as well as first-hand experience in a highly supportive environment that includes mentoring from a master teacher.  Fellows teach a reduced load but engage fully in the life of the school as integral and active members of the faculty through participation in athletics, arts, clubs, and community service.
     
    Bryn Mawr is committed to mentoring young teaching candidates by supporting them in experiencing the delights and demands of both teaching and learning.   Through observation, practice, and study the fellow is introduced to teaching while exploring the wide range of opportunities a career in independent education can offer.  Fellows will learn to teach by teaching in a setting where education is both a profession and a passion.
     
    To explore the world of teaching and teachers at Bryn Mawr as a Wilgis Teaching Fellow, submit a letter of interest that includes what you hope to get out of a teaching fellowship, the contact information for three references and a resume by May 1, 2024 to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School at resumes@brynmawrschool.org   Please enter “Wilgis Fellow” in the subject line.  
  • Infant Teacher 

    The Bryn Mawr Little School is seeking an afternoon teacher for our infant program. The hours are from 11:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. We seek a nurturing, responsive, organized, and detail-oriented candidate. The candidate must clearly understand early childhood development, have strong communication skills, and enjoy being a member of a team of teachers. Preference will be given to candidates with a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Early Childhood Education, and experience working with infants and toddlers. 
    Qualified candidates should send a resume to Megan Brown, Little School Director, at brownme@brynmawrschool.org for immediate consideration.
  • Twos Teacher 

    The Bryn Mawr Little School seeks a full-time teacher for our Two-year-old Program. We seek a nurturing, responsive, organized, and detail-oriented candidate. The candidate must clearly understand early childhood development, have strong communication skills, and enjoy being a member of a team of teachers. The candidate must have a 90-hour certification or a degree in Early Childhood Education.
    Qualified candidates should send a resume to Megan Brown, Little School Director, at brownme@brynmawrschool.org for immediate consideration.
     
  • Director of The Fund for Bryn Mawr

    Overview
    The Bryn Mawr School has an immediate opening for a dynamic, detail-oriented advancement professional to support its Advancement team. The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated, team player with prior fundraising experience and the ability to make personal solicitations.
     
    This is a full-time, twelve-month position that reports to the Associate Director of Advancement and closely collaborates with the entire Advancement team.
     
    Position Description
    The Director of The Fund for Bryn Mawr is responsible for creating and executing a comprehensive, year-round fundraising plan for The Fund for Bryn Mawr. The fundraising plan includes developing goals, strategies, and programming to build and engage Bryn Mawr’s donor and prospect base.
     
    The Director of The Fund for Bryn Mawr identifies, solicits, cultivates, and stewards meaningful relationships with established and potential donors, securing annual contributions with a specific emphasis on building the pipeline for leadership giving and specialized gift efforts.
    The Director of The Fund for Bryn Mawr organizes and manages volunteer committees including but not limited to: The Senior Gift Committee Chair/Volunteers and The Fund for Bryn Mawr Chair/Volunteers. This role also works closely with The Director of Alumnae Engagement on reunion giving and reunion committees.
     
    Essential Functions and Duties:
    • Create and manage a multidimensional, segmented appeal schedule that utilizes a variety of mediums (e.g., direct mail, electronic, phone, and face-to-face solicitations) to communicate with potential and current donors.
    • Establish strategic dollar, participation, qualitative and quantitative goals for The Fund for Bryn Mawr in order to achieve annual giving goals. This includes but is not limited to managing, tracking, and analyzing donor renewal, acquisition and attrition, with an emphasis on donor performance and new strategies to maximize revenue.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Advancement Communications to produce copy for all solicitations and gift acknowledgments, with a focus on donor-centered fundraising and the impact of gift storytelling.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Advancement Communications to plan and execute successful Giving Day campaigns, including but not limited to Daisy Day (Annual Day of Giving) and Giving Tuesday.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Advancement Communications and the Communications team to utilize Give Campus to execute successful fundraising campaigns.
    • In partnership with The Director of Alumnae Engagement, orchestrate and oversee a collaborative and engaging Reunion Giving program.
    • Explore Affinity Giving programs as a way to increase giving across constituency groups.
    • Work collaboratively with the Advancement Services Team to produce weekly fundraising reports and Raiser’s Edge generated reports to ensure accurate gift entry, acknowledgment, and recognition of annual contributions.
    • Build relationships with managed prospects, and conduct at least 50 personal visits per year while moving prospects through the donor life cycle.
    • Utilize Raiser’s Edge to track visits, produce contact notes, conduct appropriate constituent follow-up, and generate fundraising progress reports.
    • Provide regular annual giving program updates for the Advancement Committee, Board of Trustees, Business Office, and Senior Leadership team.
    • Collaborate with the Advancement and Special Events Coordinator to support the planning and execution of stewardship, cultivation, and fundraising events.
    • Coordinate with Parent and Alumnae Directors to ensure alignment between annual giving goals and parent and alumnae engagement programming.
    • Manage the annual giving budget.
    • Recruit and manage volunteers across constituency groups.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    Recommended Employment Qualifications:
    • 3-5 years of experience directing or managing an annual fund with proven success in meeting fundraising goals
    • 4-year college degree
    • Self-starter
    • Excellent organizational skills
    • Raiser’s Edge experience, preferred
    • Give Campus experience, preferred
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and Google Suite
    • Familiarity with and endorsement of the School’s mission, culture, and values; interest in participating in the life of the school
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times.
    • Self-motivation, flexibility, problem-solving, and commitment to innovation
    • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
    • Excellent quantity, quality, accuracy, and timeliness of work produced
    • Ability to prioritize work and perform multiple tasks simultaneously while adhering to deadlines and maintaining a high degree of accuracy
    • Experience using digital tools and demonstrated use of data analytics to inform decision-making
    • Demonstrated commitment to participating in a diverse, equitable and inclusive work environment.
    Additional Information
    Evening and weekend hours may be required. Lifting and carrying of equipment is not typical but may be required on some occasions.
    The Bryn Mawr School is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state and local laws, which prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation and veteran status. We welcome the perspectives of candidates from diverse backgrounds.
    The Bryn Mawr School is a pre-kindergarten through grade twelve, independent girls school that inspires a passion for intellectual curiosity, emphasizes the delights and demands of learning and nurtures the full potential of our young women in mind, body, and spirit. To prepare our students for lifelong learning and leadership, we are deeply committed to academic excellence, ethical decision-making, and the dignity of all people. A Bryn Mawr education is grounded in the expectation that young women will be resilient in the face of complexity, ambiguity, and change; will become responsible and confident participants in the world; and will lead considered and consequential lives.
    Interested candidates should apply by submitting a resume, cover letter and three professional references to Cory Birdsall, Senior Director of Advancement, birdsallc@brynmawrschool.org.
  • Admission Office Administrative Assistant

    The Bryn Mawr Admission Office seeks an organized, warm, enthusiastic, and technology savvy Administrative Assistant who enjoys a fast-paced work environment. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, a genuine fondness for young children, a good sense of humor and a detail-oriented nature. 
     
    This is a part-time (7:15 a.m. – 3 p.m.), 8-month position (late August through late April) that includes occasional evening and weekend commitments. 
     
    Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
    • Assist the Senior Director of Enrollment Management and the Assistant Director of Admission in managing admissions and enrollment process for the Lower School
    • Answer phones and respond to email inquiries
    • Provide a warm and reassuring welcome to applicants visiting for their shadow days and assessments
    • Maintain stock of physical materials for prospective Lower School families (visitor folders, assessments, applicant gifts, etc.)
    • Maintain admission database and pull various reports
    • Schedule appointments for the Senior Director of Enrollment Management and Assistant Director of Admission, Lower School
    • Book shadow visits, individual assessments, and campus tours for Lower School applicants/families
    • Walk Lower School visitors around campus
    • Generate correspondence related to Lower School admission processes
    • Support the admission team in organizing and executing admission events (PK - 12)
    • Provide support and coordination for volunteer student and parent Admissions Ambassadors
    • Receive, read, and route incoming mail
    • Assist with inventory of admission materials and office supplies
    • Supervise young applicants/siblings while parents tour and/or interview
    • Maintain reception area
    Strong candidates will possess the following traits:
    • Minimum of a high school diploma required, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • Minimum of 2 years of administrative experience; experience in an independent school or admission office preferred
    • A fondness for and desire to work with young children
    • Excellent communication abilities including well-developed interpersonal, writing, and telephone skills
    • Ability to perform duties as part of a team with confidentiality, discretion, and good judgment
    • Solid technology skills, experience with educational databases and Google Drive preferred
    • Warm personality, positive attitude, sense of humor, and patience
    • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply
    Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to Rebekah Jackson, Senior Director of Enrollment Management, at jacksonr@brynmawrschool.org. Please use “Administrative Assistant” as the subject.
  • Lower School Counselor

    The Bryn Mawr School seeks a full time Lower School Counselor to begin August, 2024.  Our Student Services department supports the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional health and well-being of all students through individual, small group and school-wide programming.  The Lower School Counselor will provide social-emotional support to students to help them develop a strong sense of self-confidence, self-awareness, and self-regulation to be successful in school and beyond. The ideal candidate is able to serve as a team-oriented collaborator, skilled facilitator and strong advocate in support of student success and wellness. 
    Responsibilities:
    • Serves as a resource for students, faculty, administrators, and parents to understand and deal with the social, emotional, behavioral, and personal needs of students. 
    • Emphasizes preventive and developmental counseling to provide students with life skills needed to deal with challenges that may arise and to enhance the student’s personal, social, and academic growth.
    • Consults with and serves as a resource for teachers, staff, and parents regarding the developmental needs of students, which includes, but is not limited to the following:
      • Conducts and facilitates conferences with teachers, students, and parents as needed.
      • Conducts in-service programs for faculty and staff.
      • Maintains records to document interventions in alignment with departmental standards.
    • Conducts short term structured, brief, goal-oriented counseling sessions in response to identified needs relative to achievement and school success of individuals and groups of students.
    • Refers students and their parents to community agencies, programs, or specialists as appropriate. 
    • Support students in crisis. 
    • Facilitate conflict resolution/restorative practices support when needed.
    • Maintains a comprehensive list of community resources.
    • Works closely with both schoolwide and divisional members of student support services team on student related issues, and programmatic procedures/policies as appropriate.
    • Teaches character education classes to all students in the Lower School in alignment with comprehensive wellness curriculum benchmarks and student needs . 
      • Lessons address topics such as friendship skills, conflict management, respecting one another, and understanding feelings.
    Qualifications
    • Masters Degree in Counseling or related field (Required)
    • LGPC, LCPC, MSW, LSW-C  (Preferred)
    • Counseling Experience (3-5 Years Preferred)
    • Candidates applying for their LCPC can acquire supervision hours in this role free of charge.
    We welcome the perspectives and experience of people from diverse backgrounds and consider a diverse faculty essential to offering our students an outstanding educational experience. Opportunities to participate in extracurricular programs (athletics, arts, after school programming, etc.) are available.
    Qualified candidates should send a resume, personal statement, and contact information for three references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org  Please enter “LS Counselor” in the subject line.
  • Facilities Technician

    Core Responsibilities

    The Bryn Mawr School has an immediate position opening for a full-time, 12-month, Facilities Technician. The Facilities Technician is a key team member of the Operations Department. The Operations Department is responsible for maintaining all aspects of Bryn Mawr’s buildings and grounds. Bryn Mawr’s campus size is approximately 25 acres with 22 buildings. As a member of the Operations team, you will be responsible for completing various buildings and grounds maintenance tasks as assigned to you by the Senior Facilities Technician, Grounds Manager, and the Director of Operations.

    Major Duties and Responsibilities

    • Execute campus work
      • Work orders are primarily assigned by the Facilities and Operations
      • Work orders consist of various buildings or grounds maintenance tasks or light construction tasks such as but not limited to:
    Painting, furniture repair, equipment repair, installing window blinds, installing whiteboards, installing shelving, repairing doors and door hardware, various carpentry tasks, light construction renovation type projects, light plumbing repairs, light electrical repairs, light demolition, and other tasks such as required to maintain a safe and operational school campus at all times.
    • Use maintenance software (School Dude) to track the progress and status of
    • Assist in maintaining campus equipment to ensure Bryn Mawr facilities are operating at their highest potential.
    • Assist in maintaining campus grounds to ensure Bryn Mawr property is well maintained and presentable.
      • Duties are varied but may consist of:
    Cutting grass with a riding mower, grass edging/trimming, installing plantings, mulching, tree removal, leaf blowing / removal, and other grounds tasks as required to maintain safe and presentable campus grounds at all times.
    • Assist in campus use set-up and break-
      • Bryn Mawr’s campus is frequently used for campus-related The Operations Team is responsible for setting up and breaking down temporary equipment and facilities for all events.
    • Assist in campus snow and ice removal to ensure clear and safe walkways, roadways, driveways, parking lots, and steps.
    • Maintain and clean all school-issued tools and equipment as
    • Assist in directing campus
    • Review and report any building, grounds, and/or equipment deficiency or
    • Review, inspect, and fix (if able)
    • May be required to secure buildings against vandalism, lock and unlock doors, turn off lights, and generally patrol buildings and grounds.
    • Work with the Facilities and Operations Manager or Director of Operations on various Buildings and Grounds maintenance or improvement projects as

    Primary Requirements

    • High School diploma or
    • Construction, maintenance, or grounds background is
    • Ability to work well in a team
    • Ability and knowledge of the use of general hand and power
    • General light landscaping/grounds
    • Ability to safely work in an occupied school
    • Willingness to work indoors and outdoors year-
    • Requires physical exertion to manually move, lift, carry, pull, or push heavy objects or materials.
    • Maintain a high standard of safety, cleanliness, and efficiency in all maintenance and repair projects.
    • Move equipment and materials within and between school
    • Work overtime when emergencies arise in order to prevent disruption of
    • Keep abreast of new information, innovative ideas, and
    • Excellent written and verbal communication
    • Proficient with general computer software such as email or Microsoft Suite (excel or word).
    • Basic mechanical aptitude for operation and the repair of
    • Have a cooperative personality, exhibiting a willingness to work and be a part of a
    • Must take initiative to see each assignment to
    • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage daily workload
    • Must pass both State and Federal background checks, along with a previous Employment History Review regarding workplaces with minors.
    • State-issued driver’s
    • Ability to operate a pick-up truck, van, tractor, utility cart and other motor-driven vehicles on campus.
    • Must wear Bryn Mawr School-issued uniform and maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance.

    Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to John Williams, Director of Operations, at williamsj@brynmawrschool.org  Please enter “Facilities Technician” in the subject line.
  • Upper School History Teacher

    The Bryn Mawr School is searching for a dynamic, growth minded, full time Upper School history teacher to begin August, 2024.  The position includes teaching four sections of history, leading an advisory of 10 - 12 students and serving on departmental and divisional faculty teams.  The ability to foster a comprehensive foundation in the political, economic, cultural and intellectual development of the world is essential, as is the ability to emphasize the historian’s tools – research, primary source reading, and verbal and written analysis.  Pedagogically, our department is committed to promoting student engagement, critical thinking, inclusivity, and skill development using student-centered techniques, including facilitating student-led discussion, role based simulations, writing/research development, and collaborative projects.  The ideal candidate welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from all departments to create personalized, meaningful learning experiences while sharing their own passion for research and critical inquiry. 

    We welcome the perspectives and experience of people from diverse backgrounds and consider a diverse faculty essential to offering our students an outstanding educational experience and to preparing them to thrive in an increasingly global and multicultural community.
     
    Opportunities to participate in extracurricular programs (athletics, arts, after school programming, etc.) are available.
     
    Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, resume and a list of at least three current references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org  Please enter “Upper School History” in the subject line.
  • Middle School Spanish Teacher

    The Bryn Mawr School is searching for a part (.80FTE) or potentially full time, growth-minded Middle School Spanish Teacher to begin in August, 2024.  Depending on sign ups and placement this spring, this position may be full time. Whether part time or full time, this position comes with full benefits. Part time responsibilities include teaching three sections, serving as an advisor to a group of 10-12 students, and serving as a member of the grade-level and divisional faculty teams.  Candidates should have interest in teaching highly motivated girls in a school that values not only intellectual pursuits but also building strong relationships and community.  The ideal candidate has a bachelor's degree in a world language or language teaching.  This candidate should be an excellent communicator who is comfortable using a variety of pedagogical strategies, enjoys working creatively and collaboratively to develop and plan curricula, and can effectively leverage technology tools in a one to one laptop environment.
     
    Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply and will be welcomed into a community that celebrates the uniqueness of each faculty member and student. Opportunities to lead extracurricular programs (arts, athletics, after-school care) are available.
     
    Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, a resume and a list of at least three current references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “MS Spanish” in the subject.
  • Upper School Dean of Students

    The Bryn Mawr School seeks an Upper School Dean of Students to begin July 1, 2024.   The Dean of Students provides leadership and direction for co-curricular activities and special events in the Upper School. In this role, the Dean meets regularly with the Upper School Director and the Chief Advisors to formulate and implement policy on all issues affecting student life.  Reporting to the Upper School Director, the Dean serves as a liaison between the school administration and the students. The ultimate objective is to establish a positive, student-centered tone in the Upper School that encourages students to voice their opinions while simultaneously listening to the ideas of others.
     
    This is a twelve-month position including four weeks of vacation.
     
     
    Key Responsibilities
     
    Administrative
    • Establishing policy for Upper School students in regular meetings with Chief Advisors and with Upper School Director
    • Serving as school liaison for non-academic coordinate programs with Gilman and Roland Park Country School
    • Revising Upper School publications and materials, including the Upper School Handbook, Club Handbook, Advising 101 Handbook, and Chief Advisor resources 
    • Supervising student discipline; working with and serving on the Honor Council; administering disciplinary actions, including detentions
    • Overseeing the maintenance of accurate and up-to-date attendance records
    • Planning and organizing class and school-wide activities, including orientation and class retreats; consulting with appropriate faculty and staff to ensure the smooth functioning of the trips
    • Support planning and implementation of Upper School events, including student and parent information sessions
    • Maintaining open communication with parents
    • Managing community time, including advisory and assemblies, and working with Convocation Advisor and Chief Advisors to oversee convocation, class meetings, and division- and class-specific afternoon programs
    • Serving on Department Chairs, Upper School Administrative team, Students of Concern, and other committees of special focus as necessary
    • Maintaining certification in CPR and First Aid
    • Planning and organizing after-school activities program; hiring staff and maintaining records for student activities
    • Maintaining school and student accounts (Student Life, Assemblies, Orientation, Clubs, Activities)
     
    Students
    • Advising the Student Government Association (SGA) and working with school-wide organizations and faculty advisors
    • Supervising leadership training for students; developing and planning leadership programs; publicizing leadership opportunities; working with the faculty to identify students with leadership potential
    • Coordinating school dances and other special activities; arranging for faculty chaperones
    • Overseeing senior projects; communicating with seniors and their project supervisors
    • Identifying at-risk students; consulting when necessary with their advisors, the school counselor, or their parents
    • Scheduling clubs and other student organizations; working with students to find club advisors and to ensure the efficient functioning of their group
    • Keeping lines of communication open so that students have an ear and an advocate, when appropriate, in the Upper School administration
    • Serve as an advisor to a small group of Upper School students

    We welcome the perspectives and experience of people from diverse backgrounds and consider a diverse faculty essential to offering our students an outstanding educational experience. 
     
    Qualified candidates should send a resume, personal statement, and contact information for three references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org  Please enter “Dean of Students” in the subject line.
  • Bridges at Bryn Mawr Summer Institute Teachers

    Bridges at Bryn Mawr, a five-week summer institute for Baltimore City students, is searching for 4th through 7th grade teachers for the subjects of language arts, math, science, visual and/or performance art, and physical education.

    Please visit this Idealist link to read more about the opportunity and how to apply.
  • Preschool teacher

    The Bryn Mawr Little School seeks a full-time teacher for our Preschool/ 3-year-old Program. We are looking for a nurturing, responsive, organized, and detail-oriented candidate. The candidate must have a clear understanding of early childhood development, strong communication skills, and enjoys being a member of a team of teachers. The candidate must have a 90-hour certification or a degree in Early Childhood Education. 

    For immediate consideration, qualified candidates should send a resume to Megan Brown, Little School Director, at brownme@brynmawrschool.org.
  • Library Intern

    The Bryn Mawr School is in search of a graduate student in Library and Information Science or School Library Media to complete an internship in the Edith Hamilton Library.  The Edith Hamilton Library serves the Middle and Upper School students and faculty of the Bryn Mawr School.  Responsibilities could include reading and research outreach to Middle School students, collaboration with Middle School faculty, collection development for the Middle School collection, creating library subject guides, cataloging and processing of books, working at the library circulation/information desk and assisting with reserves. Hours between 7:45am - 4:00pm are negotiable.
    This is a non-paying position.  Our team is committed to communicating and coordinating with colleges/universities to ensure the intern receives college credit for services rendered during the internship.
     
    We welcome the perspectives and experiences of people from diverse backgrounds and consider a diverse faculty essential to offering our students an outstanding educational experience. A demonstrated commitment to equity pedagogy and cultural competence is essential.

    Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and the contact information for three references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, swyryne@brynmawrschool.org using “Library Intern” in the subject line.
  • Lower School Extended Day Teachers

    The Bryn Mawr School is seeking dynamic, self-starters to join our Extended Day team. Extended Day Teachers collaborate to create a seamless transition between the regular school day and extended day by providing enriching activities. Regular components of the job include recreation, interactive reading, math and science activities. Extended Day Team Members use their knowledge of the development of young children and the ways in which they learn to support the social, emotional and cognitive development of young children. Extended Day Team Members strive to model and deliver the Bryn Mawr School philosophy of “Whole Girl, Whole Day.”  Extended Day Teachers are part-time positions reporting to the  Director of External Programs.
    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Establishes rich and engaging physical extended day learning environments
    • Works with the Lower School Director and instructional staff to support extended day’s alignment with regular day curriculum and procedures
    • Creates safe, clean, attractive and engaging extended day spaces
    • Ensures the extended day contains sufficient supplies and materials for all children
    • Encourages children’s ownership and contributions to the extended day program
    • Plans collaboratively and shares ideas and resources with extended day team
    • Fulfills the standards of professionalism including appropriate dress, attendance and timeliness
    • Completes necessary paperwork (including, but not limited to lesson plans, accident and incident reports, supply requests)
    • Communicates regularly with parents and Lower School Director about student behavioral successes or concerns
    • Assists with supervision of students during enrichment activities
    • Assists with transitioning students to other after school programming such as Gateways, music lessons, and dance

    Requirements

    • Must be energetic, reliable, integrity driven and have strong communication skills to ensure effective, positive interactions with staff, parents and children
    • Previous experience developing and leading activities for young children aged 4-12 is preferred
    • Current college students or individuals with paraprofessional credentials are encouraged to apply

    Successful candidates must be able to demonstrate the ways in which inclusive and equitable practices inform their approach to instruction and supervision. As part of our mission and commitment to an equitable and just world, educators of all backgrounds and identities are encouraged to apply.

    Interested candidates should submit a resume, letter of interest and three references to Leslie Feinberg, Director of External Programs, at feinbergl@brynmawrschool.org using “Extended Day Teacher” as the title.
  • Daily Substitute Teachers

    The Bryn Mawr School is seeking experienced educators to work as substitute teachers in our Little, Lower, Middle, and Upper School divisions (Infants – 12). Qualified candidates will be posted on our list of school substitutes and hired on a per diem basis as needed. A successful candidate should possess not only the ability to implement a teacher’s lesson plan, but also the ability to guide students while working collaboratively with a grade level team of teachers and facility using technology.

    Interested candidates should send a resume and the contact information for three professional references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School at resumes@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “Daily Substitute” in the subject line.
  • Preschool Substitute Teacher

    The Bryn Mawr Little School is seeking nurturing, creative, energetic substitute teachers for our Pre-Kindergarten and Infant/Toddler programs. The substitute teacher will be working with a team of teachers and will be responsible for caring for and teaching children while another teacher is out of school. The candidates must have a clear understanding of early childhood development, strong communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with the full-time classroom teachers. The Little School is open 5 days a week, 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. Substitute hours will vary depending on the needs of the school and your availability.

    For immediate consideration, interested candidates are encouraged to submit a resume to Megan Brown, Little School Director, Brownme@brynmawrschool.org.

Online Job Opportunities

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  • Online High School Faculty - Multiple Positions

    Bryn Mawr Online is always seeking qualified candidates who can teach in the following subject areas: History, English, Math, Science, French, Spanish, and Computer Science. 

    Successful candidates must be able to demonstrate the ways in which inclusive and equitable practices inform their approach to instruction, communication, and course design. Candidates should have an interest in teaching highly motivated girls in a community that values not only intellectual pursuits but also building strong relationships between students and teachers.
    The functions and responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:   
    • Provide live, synchronous instruction several times per week in addition to asynchronous student support
    • Provide support and guidance to manage the learning process
    • Adhere to communication procedures and policies for student success 
    • Provide timely grading, student feedback, and responses to student questions
    • Identify and focus on students' individual needs
    • Provide bi-monthly student progress reports
    • Monitor student progress and alert the school if a concern arises
    • Work creatively and collaboratively to develop and plan curricula
    • Work with and collaborate with mentor teachers
    • Adhere to the policies outlined in the Bryn Mawr Online Handbook
      The qualifications for these positions include: 
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher
    • Minimum of one year of online teaching experience preferred
    • Relevant credentials in the subject area(s) to be taught preferred
    • High School teaching experience preferred 
    • Part-time availability with flexibility in the timing of synchronous classes
    • Experience in developing lesson plans for high school students 
    • Knowledge of proven strategies for student success in the subject area
    • Comfort using a variety of pedagogical strategies    
    • Strong written, organizational, and verbal communication skills
    • Demonstrable use of technology necessary to be successful in an online learning environment
    Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply and will be welcomed into a community that celebrates the uniqueness in each faculty member and student. Qualified candidates should send a resume and a list of at least three current references to Elaine Swyryn, Associate Head of School, at resumes@brynmawrschool.org. Please enter, “Bryn Mawr Online Faculty” as the title.

Athletic Job Opportunities

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  • JV Volleyball Head Coach

    The volleyball season begins on August 15th and concludes at the end of October. This is a paid,part-time position and a background check is required. Interested candidates should send a resume and professional references to Tina Veprek, Director of Athletics, at veprekc@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “Head JV Volleyball Coach”in the subject line
  • Varsity Head Volleyball Coach

    The volleyball season begins on August 15th. This is a paid, part-time position and a backgroundcheck is required. Interested candidates should send a resume and professional references to Tina Veprek, Director of Athletics, at veprekc@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “Varsity Volleyball Coach” in the subject line
     
  • JV Soccer Head Coach

    The soccer season begins on August 15th and concludes at the end of October. This is a paid, part-time position and a background check is required. Interested candidates should send a resume and professional references to Tina Veprek, Director of Athletics, at veprekc@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “Head JV Soccer Coach” in the subject line
  • Middle School Softball Coach

    Practices are Tuesdays through Fridays from 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM. There are an average of 6-8 games a season. The softball season begins in mid February and concludes early May. This is a paid, part-time position and a background check is required. Interested candidates should send a resume and professional references to Tina Veprek, Director of Athletics, at veprekc@brynmawrschool.org Please enter “Middle School Softball Coach” in the subject line