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An exceptional independent boarding and day school for girls grades 8-12

Career Opportunities

Oldfields School is committed to the intellectual and moral development of young women. In a culture of kindness and mutual respect, we encourage each student to make the most of her academic and personal potential. We seek to guide each student to grow in character, confidence, and knowledge by encouraging her to embrace the values of personal honesty, intellectual curiosity, and social responsibility.

Our motto – Fortezza, Umilitade, e Largo Core - Courage, Humility, and Largeness of Heart, are the core values and beliefs that define our school culture.

Oldfields School is an equal opportunity employer, and is constantly seeking to provide our students with the best faculty and administration available. We seek applicants who are open to professional growth and are committed to our mission and motto.

Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter and references in pdf format to Human Resources, The Oldfields School at employment@oldfieldsschool.org. Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. 

Substitute Learning Support Specialist

Date: May 10, 2019

Report: Assistant Director of the Academic Strategies Program 

Oldfields School, an all-girls international boarding and day school, grades 8-12, in northern Baltimore County, Maryland, is looking for an experienced Learning Support Specialist to begin at the end of August 2019 and continue through November 2019. This is an outstanding opportunity for a person with a high degree of integrity and a keen interest and deep commitment to the value of single-sex independent school education. As an international school community, Oldfields is committed to teaching a diverse group of students, including English language learners. Consequently, the ideal applicant is someone who is versatile, energetic, engaging, and eager to inspire and support young women in a residential educational setting.

The Substitute Learning Support Specialist will work under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Academic Strategies Program and will work collaboratively with the teaching faculty and advisors to provide academic coaching, support and guidance for students identified with specific learning needs as well as other students who would benefit from academic coaching. Candidates must have knowledge of and be able to implement best practice strategies to support students with mild to moderate learning disabilities. 

Responsibilities will include:

  • Teach students one-on-one or in small groups study skills/strategies, test-taking skills, time and materials management, and critical reading and writing skills. 
  • Communicate regularly with parents and student advisors via detailed weekly reports highlighting outcomes of the student’s academic coaching sessions.
  • Communicate regularly with teachers to collaboratively meet students’ needs.
  • Observe students in classes in order to further evaluate their learning needs.
  • Work with Assistant Director of the Academic Strategies Program to provide professional development for faculty and staff through workshops and resource materials.
  • Attend academic departmental team meetings as needed.
  • Perform other learning support duties as required by the Assistant Director of Academic Strategies Program.  

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Learning Disabilities, or other closely related fields. Further professional or graduate experience in special education and/or working with students with learning disabilities is preferred.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Appreciates and embraces the all-encompassing and interactive culture of a boarding school community
  • Respects the traditions and purpose of an all-girls secondary school education
Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, and references in PDF format to employment@oldfieldsschool.org. Please reference the position being applied for in the subject line. Onsite interview is required.  Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires.  Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. Oldfields School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

School Nurse

Date:  July 18, 2019

Report:  Director of Health Services 

Oldfields School, an all girls’ international boarding and day school, grades 8-12, located in northern Baltimore County, is looking for a licensed registered nurse.  This is a full-time, 10 month, residential or non-residential position. 

Responsibilities will include:

  • Daily clinic and on-call hours.
  • Provide medical assessment and care for students.
  • Administer prescription and over-the-counter medication.
  • Maintain all health records.
  • Arrange appointments for students with local physicians, which may require the transportation of students.
  • Work with athletic trainer to manage sports related injuries.
  • Act as a liaison between school personnel, family, health care providers, and the school community.  
  • Administer Magnus Health Tracker software, which allows for electronic management of all health and immunization records of all students.
  • Promote a warm and nurturing environment in the Health Center.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all health-related information.
  • Have knowledge of standard emergency policies and procedures.
  • Maintain consistent communication with faculty, staff, students, and parents.
  • Enforce all School policies and procedures.
  • If residential position, be willing to possibly accept additional responsibilities.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Licensed Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and perform multiple tasks with little or no supervision.
  • Willingness to work within a boarding school schedule, including evenings and weekends.
  • Experience with adolescents encouraged.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office software; Excel, and Word.
  • Experience with Magnus Health Tracker or similar software.
  • Must be able to respond to onsite emergencies.  
  • Must be able to exert up to 35 pounds of force to lift, push, pull, carry, or otherwise move objects.

Interested candidates should send résumé, cover letter and references in pdf format to employment@oldfieldsschool.org. Please reference the position being applied for in the subject line. Onsite interview is required. Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires. Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. On-campus housing is also available. Oldfields is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Technology Support Assistant (Part-time)

Updated: May 29, 2019

Supervisor: Director of Information Technology

Oldfields School, an all-girls international boarding and day school, grades 8-12, located in northern Baltimore County, is looking for an experienced Technology Support Assistant. This is an outstanding opportunity for a person with a high degree of integrity and a keen interest and deep commitment to the value of a single-sex independent school education.

The Technology Support Assistant’s role is to assist in the maintenance of computers, printer, phones and networking equipment and support the users with hardware and software issues.

This is a part-time, year-round position required to work between 20 to 30 hours per week.  Hours available to work may have some flexibility, but core hours are between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Provide technical support for administrators, faculty, staff, and students

  • Provide project support for all technology projects

  • Configure school computers, specific to the needs to the department/user it is being assigned to

  • Migrate data between devices

  • Conduct software upgrades on computers, networking equipment, and printers

  • Monitor the health of the network through the management console, and resolve issues in a timely manner

  • Monitor and maintain operating system security patches and virus policies for all computers

  • Help administer user accounts for all systems

  • Assist with configuring all student-owned equipment on the network

  • Troubleshoot and repair computers, printers, copiers, and network equipment

  • Respond to and work on special projects as needed or requested by department head

  • Assist in the implementation test environments for special software and lab images

  • Perform other assignments as necessary

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2 years of college.  Associate’s Degree in ISM or Network Management is preferred

  • Computer networking certificates in various categories is a plus

  • Experience troubleshooting and using Windows, Mac OS X, and Windows Server operating systems

  • Experience with Networking equipment and Firewalls

  • Knowledge of wireless networks implementations and configurations

  • Working knowledge of computer hardware, software, peripherals, and related technologies

  • Strong technology literacy

  • Ability to explain technical jargon to general audiences

  • Familiarity with LDAP, DNS, Active Directory, POP, TCP/IP, and HTTP is a plus

  • Effective, appropriate, and timely communication

  • Customer service driven is a must

  • Requires a high amount of professional confidentiality (due to the access we have to the school’s data)

  • Thorough documentation of processes in the Technology Department

  • Must be able to work with multiple distractions and changing priorities

  • Must be able to work occasionally during off-peak hours

  • Must be able to exert up to 35 pounds of force to lift, push, pull, carry, or otherwise move objects

Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, and references in pdf format to Oldfields School at employment@oldfieldsschool.org. Please reference the position being applied for in the subject line. Onsite interview is required. Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires. Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. Oldfields is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Registrar

Updated: June 17, 2019

Report: Director of Academics and Programmatic Affairs

Oldfields School, an all girls’ international boarding and day school, grades 8-12, located in northern Baltimore County, is looking for an experienced Registrar. This is an outstanding opportunity for a person with a high degree of integrity and a deep commitment to the value of a single sex independent school education.

The Registrar is a full-time, year-round position whose primary responsibility is to effectively and accurately manage the School’s student information systems, student attendance and course/classroom scheduling while supporting the Academic Office which includes the Director of Academics and Programmatic Affairs and the Director of College Counseling.

Responsibilities will include: 

  • Work with Admission Office, Director of Academics and Programmatic Affairs and Learning Support to ensure that transcripts/grade reports, assessments, and if available, psychological evaluations are received and processed appropriately.
  • Create and maintain student files.
  • Provide course of study letters and schedules to all students/parents at the beginning of each academic year. Update as needed when new students are enrolled.
  • Ensure that students are properly enrolled in each class, Advisory, Morning Meeting and after-school activities. Update as needed when new students are enrolled.
  • Provide proper access for faculty and designated staff (e.g., Health Center, Weekend Duty Office) to student schedules. Update as needed when new students are enrolled.
  • Maintain student attendance records and assist in locating students when absent from class, club or after-school activity.
  • Maintain communication with Health Center for students not able to attend class.
  • Coordinate the interim and term grading process with the faculty for posting and publishing to parent and student portals that includes comments, term grades and if needed, incomplete grades.
  • Produce First and Second Honor Roll and coordinate Academic Awards at the end of each term.
  • Provide enrollment, grade and attendance reports as requested by administration.
  • Provide transcripts/report cards for transfer, withdrawn or graduated students as requested.
  • Maintain and produce transcripts to upload to proper systems/applications for students applying to colleges.
  • Update and calculate cumulative GPAs for Junior and Senior transcripts each term.
  • Provide required documentation for college applications or other requests (Visa, Good Standing Letter, MVA, job applications, etc.)
  • Coordinate the textbook process for each academic year working with faculty and online textbook vendor.
  • Coordinate textbook buyback at end of academic year.
  • Coordinate scheduling of parent and faculty conferences for Fall Family Weekend.
  • Program and reprogram class bells for all school schedules.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of high school diploma and three years of related experience
  • Experience with Blackbaud Education Edge is a plus
  • Professional and collaborative approach
  • Effective, appropriate, and timely communication
  • Detail-oriented, ability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills are needed.

Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, and references in pdf format to Oldfields School at employment@oldfieldsschool.org. Please reference the position being applied for in the subject line. Onsite interview is required. Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires. Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. Oldfields is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Athletic Trainer (Part-time)

Report: Athletic Director

Oldfields School, an all-girls’ international boarding and day school, grades 8-12, located in northern Baltimore County, is looking for an experienced part-time Athletic Trainer.  This is an outstanding opportunity for a person with a high degree of integrity and a deep commitment to the value of single-sex independent school education.

The Athletic Trainer will provide athletic training services for all students. The Athletic Trainer will manage the day to day prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, maintain necessary supplies, be present at all home games/contest and practice times. The Athletic Trainer will maintain strong relationships with the School’s health services department, local physicians and emergency services as well as parents and advisors. The Athletic Trainer will attend all league meetings, when possible, maintain required continuing education units and work closely with the Athletic Director for game day operations.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Establish a working relationship with the school’s Health Services.
  • Provide athletic training services before, during and after practice times and all home games/contest.
  • Maintain a relationship with IAAM athletic trainers by attending league meetings when possible, communicating after games/contests as necessary.
  • Maintain communication with other members of the health services team, parents and all other necessary parties in the event of an injury.
  • Maintain adequate medical records on all injuries and rehabilitation procedures, using Magnus Software Program.
  • In conjunction with health services monitor annual physicals and other school health services requirements.
  • Establish open communication with Athletic Director regarding athletic training supply and equipment needs.
  • Work with the safety team to develop comprehensive venue and condition-specific emergency action plans.
  • Establish a working relationship with a designated team physician and community physicians.
  • Develop the coach’s professional development for CPR/AED, Concussion, Heat Illness, Sudden Cardiac Death, Sickle Cell, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Certification/Licenses: Must be BOC certified and/or qualify for Maryland state athletic training licensure.
  • Prefer experience in independent schools.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Strong analytical and decision-making skills.
  • Applied Knowledge: Athletic trainers must have knowledge about a large range of medical problems. Assessment and evaluation skills and working with other healthcare professionals will be needed.
  • Decision-Making Skills: Ability to think critically and make independent decisions regarding the assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and return to play decisions per state licensure guidelines.
  • Attention to Detail: Should be thorough and detailed with injury tracking and documentation.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Ability to communicate effectively in high stress/pressure situation when talking to patients, medical professionals, staff and families.
  • Must have the ability to organize, prioritize and perform multiple tasks with little or no supervision.
  • Physical work is heavy demand. Lifting 100 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects. Heavy strength is required to position patients for examination. May assist patients as needed, helping them on and off the exam table and/or bed.
  • Must be able to work in outdoor conditions.
Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, and references in pdf format to Oldfields School at employment@oldfieldsschool.org. Please reference the position being applied for in the subject line. Onsite interview is required. Criminal background checks are performed on all new hires. Oldfields School offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, competitive salaries, and a generous benefits package. Oldfields is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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