Employment Opportunities

Life at Dublin School does not end at the end of the academic day. Teachers are also responsible for coaching, dormitory supervision, advising and overseeing a variety of extracurricular activities such as work gang and clubs.

Dublin School is a small community dedicated to the education of adolescents, with high quality academics, a strong commitment to the arts, and a love of the natural world and athletics.

Dublin School believes that equal opportunity for all employees is important for the continuing success of our community and school.

Dublin School celebrates the diversity of our school and its wider communities, including celebration of diversity in race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We welcome candidates representing the diversity of the world in our educational program, admission policies, athletics program, student life program, financial aid program, staff hiring, and other school-administered programs.

Dublin School will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis including, but not limited to: veteran status, marital status, physical or mental disability, race, age, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or national origin. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, benefits and training.

Dublin School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Employment Application

Please email application to jobs@dublinschool.org or fax to 603-563-7121. (If you are applying for a faculty position, the job application is not necessary until employment is offered.)

 

Current Openings

Dublin School, an intentionally small college preparatory boarding and day school located in southwestern NH, is currently looking for the following positions.


Controller

Dublin School, an intentionally small 9-12 co-ed college preparatory boarding school located in beautiful, rural southwestern NH, seeks a Controller to join our community. 

Working with the Business Manager and other senior administrators, the Controller:

  • Maintains the financial integrity of Dublin School;  

  • Directs and coordinates all financial operations including accounting and reporting;

  • Monitors and maintains systems of internal control and safeguards the School’s assets;

  • Provides, both internally and externally, reports of fiscal operations; and, 

  • Promotes a service-oriented process while exercising prudent fiscal judgment. 

The Controller is responsible for maintaining accurate accounting records and performing accounting procedures in accordance with standard accounting rules and regulations for all the of the school’s financial activity. 

Dublin School celebrates the diversity of our school and its wider communities, including diversity in race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We welcome and encourage candidates representing the diversity of the world in our community.  Experience in a boarding school environment is not essential.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plan, coordinate and oversee the annual financial audit, ensuring audit timeliness and completeness.

  • Manage annual preparation and filing of Form 990.

  • Prepare and monitor periodic departmental budget reports and forecasts, assist the Business Manager in the annual budget preparation and working with administrators and department chairs regarding budget performance.

  • Provide support for the Business Manager in preparation for Finance Committee and/or other Board-related meetings.

  • Serves on the Finance, Audit, Building and Investment Committees.

  • Prepare annual and interim financial statements, including balance sheet, income statement and all supporting schedules and notes to the statements.

  • Ensure accurate and timely financial information and reporting, cash and variance analyses, all balance sheet reconciliations and revenue and expense account analysis.

  • Monitor and assist accounts payable, student billing and other accounting personnel in the Business Office as needed, including conducting follow-up account receivable calls as necessary.

  • Manage finance functions including general ledger journal entries, payroll, accounts payable, budgeting, accounts receivable, and student billing.

  • Prepare, post and reconcile all investment activity and related accounting entries, and prepare all associated spreadsheets and analyses.

  • Prepare all periodic surveys and compliance reports for various school industry organizations, as well as other internal and external information requests for financial data.

  • Reconcile all cash, stock and in-kind gifts from Raiser’s Edge module of the Blackbaud accounting system, working in conjunction with the Advancement Office.

  • Ensure accurate and appropriate coding and/or approval of all revenue, expenditure and journal transactions to their proper accounts, including unrestricted, temporarily restricted and permanently restricted funds.

  • Maintain accurate and appropriate general ledger chart of accounts.

  • Provide support in the hiring, training, and review of accounting department staff.

  • Communicate accounting policies to employees and ensure compliance with such policies.

  • Actively stay current on new regulations in GAAP and relevant non-profit accounting issues.

Qualification Requirements  

Four-year degree in Accounting and Certified Public Accountant (CPA Required, MBA optional). Must have strong knowledge of accounting software systems. Experience with Blackbaud software products preferred but not required.

Excellent analytical, verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to prioritize, organize, and manage multiple projects efficiently.

Must have strong attention to detail.

Must have strong mathematical skills and reasoning ability.

Benefits 

As a residential school, Dublin School is committed to attracting and retaining the highest quality faculty and staff through a substantial compensation plan, including competitive salary, TIAA-CREF retirement benefits, full medical coverage, and optional dental, life insurance and long-term disability, on-campus housing (as available) and tuition remission to Dublin students of faculty/staff members.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 

Certified public accountant. Proof of authority to work in the United States, full time.

Please submit an application or any questions to pimhoff@dublinschool.org.


Communications Professional

Dublin School, an intentionally small 9-12 co-ed college preparatory boarding school located in beautiful, rural southwestern NH, seeks a Communications professional to join our community. 

Dublin School is seeking a communications professional with a significant background in writing to communicate the stories, strengths, and values of the school to both internal and external audiences.

Dublin School celebrates the diversity of our school and its wider communities, including diversity in race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We welcome and encourage candidates representing the diversity of the world in our community.  Experience in a boarding school environment is not essential.

This job opportunity may be a part-time or full-time position depending upon the qualifications and availability of the candidate.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Create content for print and the website reflecting the stories, strengths, and values of the school.

  • Manage day to day content publishing on the school's website, including external calendar.

  • Review the content on the website to ensure that it remains relevant and accurate.

  • Working with Dean's, Admissions, and Alumni office, manage special event and signup pages and forms on the school's website.

  • Manage social media accounts. Create content for the school's Instagram and Facebook accounts.

  • Work on special projects with the Head of School, Admissions and Alumni office.

  • Be an active member of the larger community.

Qualification Requirements  

Demonstrated experience and expertise in storytelling and writing for print/online publications.

Excellent analytical, verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to prioritize, organize, and manage multiple projects efficiently.

Must have strong attention to detail.

Background in print/web and social media is helpful.

Benefits 

As a residential school, Dublin School is committed to attracting and retaining the highest quality faculty and staff through a substantial compensation plan, including competitive salary, TIAA-CREF retirement benefits, full medical coverage, and optional dental, life insurance and long-term disability, on-campus housing (as available) and tuition remission to Dublin students of faculty/staff members.  

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 

Proof of authority to work in the United States, full time. Drivers license.

Please submit an application or any questions to jobs@dublinschool.org.


Learning Specialist and ESL Instructor & Evening Assisted Study Proctor

Dublin School, an independent and intentionally small 9-12 boarding school set in rural southwestern New Hampshire, is seeking a Learning Specialist, ESL instructor and Evening Assisted Study proctor for the 2019-20 academic year. As Learning Specialist the individual will work with students in a 1:1 capacity to support them in the development of effective learning skills, improved self-awareness and self-advocacy, and higher achievement. Another dimension of this position is 1:1 or 1:2 instruction in English as a Second Language for international students. As Evening Assisted Study proctor, the individual will work with a small group of students during evening study hall hours to facilitate effective homework production. 

To be considered for this position candidates must be familiar with learning differences and have the ability to individualize instruction based upon student profiles. A demonstrated ability to form positive relationships, serve as a role model for intellectual engagement, and work with adolescents in small group and/or 1:1 settings are essential. Candidates must display strong verbal and written communication skills, a commitment to ongoing professional growth and a willingness to collaborate with all individuals involved in a student's education. A Master's degree with background in special education is preferred. Individuals must be highly organized, diligent and display excellent follow-through. The position requires professionalism and confidentiality. Note: this position does not include on-campus housing.

Dublin School celebrates the diversity of our school and its wider communities, including diversity in race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We welcome and encourage candidates representing the diversity of the world in our community.  Experience in a boarding school environment is not essential.

 Interested parties should send a cover letter and resume to Jobs@dublinschool.org 


Part-Time History Teacher

Dublin School, an independent and intentionally small 9-12 college preparatory boarding school set in rural southwestern New Hampshire, is seeking a part time history teacher for 2019-2020.  The position involves teaching two sections of World History I or World History II following the school's dynamic history curriculum. 

 A demonstrated ability to form positive relationships, serve as a role model for intellectual engagement, and work with adolescents is essential. Applicants must possess background in and love of history, an ability to inspire students to to share that love, and the ability to vary class activities and assessments. All Dublin faculty members must display strong verbal and written communication skills, a commitment to ongoing professional growth and a willingness to collaborate with other faculty. Dublin School's class schedule rotates daily so applicants must be available at different times during the day.

Dublin School celebrates the diversity of our school and its wider communities, including diversity in race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We welcome and encourage candidates representing the diversity of the world in our community.  Experience in a boarding school environment is not essential.

Interested parties should send a cover letter and resume including three references to sdoenmez@dublinschool.org


Dishwasher

Dublin School has a great part time Kitchen dish washing position available. The hours are 7:30 till 3:30, (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday). Generous hourly wage, including delicious meals, year round employment. Limited benefits after first year. Come work with a great and fun team in a beautiful setting. Please respond by email sgreen@dublinschool.org or call (603) 563-1239.  Must be able to pass a background check.