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 recruitment@exeter.edu.  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 www.exeter.edu/jobapplication 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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Female Lead Custodian/Set-Up Coordinator
Provides leadership and coordination for designated custodial service and event set-up functions and performs hands-on tasks as assigned.  High school diploma or GED preferred. Valid driver's license required.  Previous custodial experience required. Previous supervisory experience preferred. Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.

First Cook (Three Quarter)
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 

Lead Campus Safety Officer
Provides supervision for campus safety officers while providing safety services that assist the campus community in maintaining order and/or improving the personal safety of the students, faculty, staff and guests and ensures the security of Academy property. Patrols may be in vehicles, on foot or on bicycle, sometimes in adverse weather conditions.  Dispatch shifts are assigned in a climate-controlled office setting with multiple computer terminals, a multi-line switchboard, emergency telephones and alarm/camera monitoring equipment. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment which requires the ability to multi-task, sometimes under stressful conditions. The Lead Campus Safety Officer will wear assigned uniforms in accordance with Campus Safety General Orders. Smoking is not permitted in Academy owned buildings or vehicles or in the presence of students. Associate's degree required, bachelor's degree preferred.  Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States and be 21 years of age or older. A minimum of three year's experience as a campus safety officer is required. Prior supervisory experience is preferred. Computer experience required. Must be highly proficient with Microsoft Office products and internet-based software programs. Must demonstrate excellent judgment as well as strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Must be able to complete an in-house CPR/AED and First Aid certification program within 60 days of employment. Must possess and maintain a valid operator's license.

Lead Host
This position serves in a lead role in managing front-of-the-house operations in the dining hall, including all aspects of service and adherence to sanitation standards. High school graduate or GED preferred.  ServSafe certification preferred. Minimum of one-year food service required, including experience in a supervisory position.  Must be capable of doing basic math calculations.  Basic computer skills preferred.

Staff Assistant (Position closed: October 29, 2014)
Primarily responsible for assisting counselors, students and parents by performing office functions for the College Counseling Office and processing college application materials.  High School graduate or GED required.  College course work preferred.  Minimum 3 years administrative experience.  Proficient in Microsoft Office Systems.  Knowledge of Naviance Succeed, Datatel and Business Objects a plus.  Must possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as the ability to multi-task with efficiency in a fast paced environment. This position involves independent decision-making and professional judgment. A strict adherence to confidential policies is required.

TEMPORARY - Childcare Teacher
Co-teach in planning and implementing early childhood instruction in accordance with the Reggio Emilia philosophy.  The successful candidate will develop a well-rounded curriculum that meets the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of each child.  Associates or Bachelor's Degree with at least twelve credits in education/development including 3 credits in human growth and development and three years' experience working with infants and young children preferred. Must have CPR and First Aid training or be willing to get certification. Previous experience with infants, toddlers and/or pre-school age children required.  Must be able to communicate well with children, parents and other staff.  Proven ability to multi-task and shift priorities frequently.  Must possess the ability to teach in a team atmosphere with high energy, flexibility, and patience. 

TEMPORARY - Custodian - FT hours (accepting applications through 10/15/14)
Ensures that the assigned building and surrounding areas provide comfort, safety and a homelike atmosphere through effective cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance.  High school diploma or GED preferred.  Previous custodial experience preferred.  Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.