Administrator and Staff Positions - Full Time

Thank you for your interest in Phillips Exeter Academy.  To ensure we have received your application, resume and/or cover letter, please send to  Once received, you will receive an automated confirmation response.  Your qualifications and experience will be reviewed by Human Resources and the hiring department.  We will contact you within the next few weeks if there is an appropriate match with an open position and you are selected for an interview.  Due to the volume of responses received for each job posting, we are unable to provide individual status updates. 

PLEASE NOTE:  All submissions must include a completed PEA application with 3 business references. Please visit for a PEA application.  All materials must be submitted by the position close date to be considered.

The Human Resources Team

Current Full-Time Positions

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Director of Campus Safety Services - Position closed December 18, 2014
Reporting to the chief of planning and facilities and in close collaboration with the dean of students, the new director of campus safety services provides vision, leadership and administration for all safety, health, and related regulatory compliance programs that assist the campus community in maintaining order and ensuring safety.  Focus areas include uniformed safety operations, occupational and environmental health and safety, emergency and crisis management, and environmental compliance.  The Director will lead a 15-member team that patrols and provides safety 24-hours/365 days a year.  The Director will be responsible for building and fostering positive working relationships with the campus safety office staff, Academy community, local police, fire department and other community organizations.  The successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, environmental compliance or related discipline.  Master's degree preferred.

First Cook (Three Quarter) - Position closed November 21, 2014
This position is responsible for preparation of residential meals, ensuring consistent and timely production, quality, quantity and presentation of hot and cold foods.  This cook also leads co-workers in production. High school graduate or GED equivalent required; culinary arts degree preferred or equivalent experience/training in an institutional environment.  ServSafe certification preferred. Must be able to do simple math calculations and convert recipes. Demonstrated experience as a second cook in a similar size operation for a minimum of one year, with knowledge of quantity food production in accordance with current principles, practices, methods and materials