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Assistant Head of School

  • Master’s degree required.
  • Five to ten years of leadership experience is required.
  • At least five years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is required.
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The Assistant Head of School is a visible presence in all areas of the school and works toward a resolution of all problems – both routine and unique – as they arise. The Assistant Head of School works in partnership with the various department heads to provide leadership relating to the day-to-day operations of the school. Under the general supervision and guidance of the Head of School, the Assistant Head of School is responsible for matters relating to school procedures, communications, planning, and the overall day-to-day operations of the school. The AHOS keeps the Head of School informed and makes recommendations with regard to the school’s programs, activities, problems, and concerns. The AHOS not only maintains processes and protocols consistent with NEIA’s mission and culture but mentors staff and serves as a resource for parents. The Assistant Head of School also works closely with the Head of School and School Leadership Team to prioritize, manage, and implement NEIA’s strategic initiatives.

Design Teacher

  • Bachelor's Degree Required; Master's Degree a Plus.
  • At least three years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is a plus.
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New England Innovation Academy seeks an inspiring educator who will teach students integrated design and entrepreneurship, using human-centered design as a fundamental process to develop students’ empathy, passion, and curiosity. This role will help students think deeply about the world through various lenses of human needs, positive societal impact, environmental sustainability and enable them to take action through real-world, hands-on projects.

The position requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advocate to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student life activities. We seek a dynamic teacher who inspires students and works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions. Candidates should be passionate about teaching middle and high school students.

Music Teacher

  • BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIRED; MASTER’S DEGREE PREFERRED.
  • AT LEAST THREE YEARS OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN A RESIDENTIAL OR DAY SCHOOL SETTING IS PREFERRED.
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The Music Teacher inspires, instructs, and develops middle and high school students’ passions and curiosities and introduces them to a wide range of music courses and fundamentals In Choir and Voice.  The Music Teacher is responsible for creating and implementing NEIA’s music program, as well as, designing and teaching the music curriculum.  In collaboration with the Theater Arts Teacher, the Music Teacher directs the annual musical.

The position requires a passion for music, a love of sharing music with a diverse group of middle and high school students, and the ability to design and implement excellent vocal — and over time, instrumental — music programs. The position also requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advisor to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student and residential life activities. The Music Teacher works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions.

Science Teacher

  • BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIRED; MASTER’S DEGREE PREFERRED.
  • AT LEAST THREE YEARS OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN A RESIDENTIAL OR DAY SCHOOL SETTING IS PREFERRED.
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The Science Teacher inspires, instructs, and develops middle school students’ passions and curiosities and helps them think deeply about the world through various lenses of experimentation, observation, and research. Students will analyze and apply information acquired through field study, hands-on projects, a variety of media and work with experts in the field.

The position requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advisor to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student and residential life activities. The Science Teacher works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions.

NEIA encourages collaborative teamwork in the classroom, teaching students to communicate effectively and thoughtfully, justify their reasoning, and consider multiple perspectives when solving problems. Teachers invest in the life of the school by participating in the advising program, social and emotional learning, weekly team meetings, anti-bias training, student and residential life, and any aspects that support the student experience.

Math Teacher

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • At least three years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is preferred.
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The Math Teacher inspires, instructs, and develops middle and high school students’ passions and curiosities and helps them think deeply about the world through various lenses of numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis, and probability. The Math Teacher uses an integrated math curriculum to instruct with an interdisciplinary, real-life application approach.

The position requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advisor to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student and residential life activities. The Math Teacher works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions.

NEIA encourages collaborative teamwork in the classroom, teaching students to communicate effectively and thoughtfully, justify their reasoning, and consider multiple perspectives when solving problems. Teachers invest in the life of the school by participating in the advising program, social and emotional learning, weekly team meetings, anti-bias training, student and residential life, and any aspects that support the student experience.

Humanities Teacher

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • At least three years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is preferred.
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The Humanities Teacher inspires, instructs, and develops middle and high school students’ passions and curiosities while studying U.S. and global societies and cultures. Utilizing a diverse array of literature, nonfiction, and media, the Humanities Teacher helps students think deeply about the world through a variety of reading, writing, and public communication tasks.

The position requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advisor to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student and residential life activities. The Humanities Teacher works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions.

NEIA encourages collaborative teamwork in the classroom, teaching students to communicate effectively and thoughtfully, justify their reasoning, and consider multiple perspectives when solving problems. Teachers invest in the life of the school by participating in the advising program, social and emotional learning, weekly team meetings, anti-bias training, student and residential life, and any aspects that support the student experience.

Theater Arts Teacher

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • At least three years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is preferred.
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The Theater Arts Teacher works to establish NEIA’s drama program featuring both curricular drama classes and extracurricular theater opportunities for students. The Theater Arts Teacher designs and teaches the theatre arts curriculum, introducing middle school students to the fundamentals of acting, improvisation, and scene creation and providing high school students with advanced study in those and other theater arts. The Theater Arts Teacher also directs two full-scale, extracurricular productions each school year and collaborates with arts faculty and students on smaller-scale curricular and extracurricular productions. The Theater Arts Teacher manages “The Space”, one of the school’s signature facilities designed by Theater Projects to function as a high-end theater and for programming flexibility.

The position requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advisor to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student and residential life activities. The Theater Arts Teacher works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions.

Library Assistant

  • BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIRED; MASTER’S DEGREE PREFERRED.
  • At least three years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is preferred. 
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The Library Assistant supports the Director of Library and Information Services, collaborates with all teaching staff, and serves all innovators. The Library Assistant will offer research and reference assistance as needed, help supervise library spaces, provide assistance to innovators in choosing reading materials, and teach information literacy classes. The Library Assistant must love reading middle-grade and young adult literature and have a knowledge of Follett Destiny library systems and Springshare’s LibGuides.

The position requires maintaining a full teaching load, serving as an advisor to a small cohort of students, and actively supporting various student and residential life activities. The Library Assistant works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and divisions.

NEIA encourages collaborative teamwork in the classroom, teaching students to communicate effectively and thoughtfully, justify their reasoning, and consider multiple perspectives when solving problems. Teachers invest in the life of the school by participating in the advising program, social and emotional learning, weekly team meetings, anti-bias training, student and residential life, and any aspects that support the student experience.

Head of Student Life

  • Master's degree required.
  • Five to ten years leadership experience required.
  • At least five years of teaching experience in a residential or day school setting is required.
  • The Head of Student Life manages and supervises the House Director, LearningWell Coach, BeingWell Counsellor, School Nurse, Residential Life Staff, and Explorations Staff.
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Reporting to the Head of School, the Head of Student Life works closely with the school’s leadership team to develop and oversee all student life, services, programs, and activities at NEIA. Duties include providing proactive leadership, structure, and support, and creating policies and processes in advising, health & wellness, and counseling services. The Head of Student Life is also responsible for creating, implementing, and facilitating after-school explorations, activities, and athletics.

The Head of Student Life supports student development and service learning and directs students to resources addressing academic concerns. The Head of Student Life works with other staff in an effort to respond to student needs and issues affecting student well-being. They assist with the restorative justice process and create initiatives, promoting student life experiences that align with NEIA’s mission and

vision. The Head of Student Life also assists with leading student orientation and is responsible for evaluating and further developing student programs and services as the school grows.

The Head of Student Life is a strategic, entrepreneurial thinker who excels at collaborating with others to realize a vision, a creative planner grounded in execution, and a team-builder eager to recruit, prepare and support an outstanding team.

NEIA employees are expected to embody NEIA’s principles of empathy, equity, personalization, authentic work, and collaboration in all work activities and actions.

 

Director of College Counseling

  • BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIRED.
  • ADVANCED DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION OR LEADERSHIP IS PREFERRED.
  • FIVE YEARS OF ADMISSIONS EXPERIENCE AT THE COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY LEVEL OR FIVE YEARS OF COLLEGE COUNSELING EXPERIENCE AT A PRIVATE, INDEPENDENT SCHOOL.
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New England Innovation Academy seeks its founding Director of College Counseling (DoCC) to create and oversee all aspects of the college counseling program and process.  The DoCC promotes NEIA and works to establish relationships with key admissions personnel at various colleges and universities throughout the country and around the world.  Under the general supervision and guidance of the Head of School, the DoCC provides leadership, counsel, and support to a diverse community during all phases of the college admission process.

The DoCC joins a dynamic team seeking to break the mold of traditional education and to become a model of what teaching and learning should look like to prepare students for this rapidly changing world.  As a new school, NEIA seeks team members who possess an entrepreneurial mindset.  The DoCC must be personable, professional, and keen on helping to create processes and protocols consistent with NEIA’s mission and culture.

House Director

  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • Previous experience in a supervisory role working with adolescents.
  • Experience living in a residential community.
  • Experience in a pastoral care role or environment.
  • CPR and First Aid certified.
  • Drivers license required.
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Under the supervision of the Head of Student Life, the House Director develops, implements, and oversees all aspects of the residential life program. Responsibilities include: managing and supervising the work of the house parent team and student house leaders, implementing curriculum within housing, running house meetings, attending house council meetings, managing student conduct, and addressing academic and living-well needs as required.

The House Director works to create a supportive, “family-like” atmosphere and is responsible for supporting students with their academics, well-being, and activities. They provide and maintain a comfortable, safe, and inclusive atmosphere in the houses. They are instrumental in defining the tone conducive to building a healthy and robust school home environment that builds community and

character. The House Director also partners with other staff regarding facility and security management.

The House Director fully understands and enthusiastically supports the mission and purpose of the Academy, both in talking and writing, and models the behavior and attitudes that build community, courtesy, and compassion in the houses and other areas of campus.

NEIA employees are expected to embody NEIA’s principles of empathy, equity, personalization, authentic work, and collaboration in all work activities and actions.

Registrar

  • BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIRED.
  • EXPERIENCE WITH BLACKBAUD, SCHOOLADMIN, LIFT, AND ORAH REQUIRED.
  • 1-2 YEARS OF ADMINISTRATIVE, SECRETARIAL AND/OR SCHEDULING EXPERIENCE IS HELPFUL.
  • CPR CERTIFICATION PREFERRED.
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New England Innovation Academy seeks a Registrar to maintain student information systems, records, and databases. The position requires excellent communication skills and advanced technical knowledge. The Registrar helps to create processes and protocols consistent with NEIA’s mission and culture. Responsibilities also include general office support and customer service-related tasks such as welcoming students, parents, and visitors. The Registrar shares responsibilities with other Administrative Assistants.

Equal Opportunity Employer

To provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at NEIA are based on merit, qualifications, and skills. NEIA is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, military service, application for military service, or any other status protected by applicable law. NEIA will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities or pregnancy-related conditions, in accordance with applicable law. This commitment is evident in all aspects of NEIA’s employment practices and policies, including recruiting, hiring, job assignment, promotion, compensation, discipline, discharge, benefits, and training.

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