Employment Opportunities at Williston

Recognized as an exemplary secondary school by the United States Department of Education, the Williston Northampton School has been cited for its excellence in many areas, including "exemplary teaching, wide range of academic offerings, safe and attractive campus."

Williston is committed to the professional growth of faculty and to the development of a diverse, inclusive community. The school has been described as "warm, friendly, supportive and caring, as well as purposeful and challenging ... a model boarding school."

The Williston Northampton School combines the academic traditions of Williston Academy, founded in 1841, and Northampton School for Girls, established in 1924. The merger of these two schools in 1971 resulted in a 125-acre independent, coeducational boarding school with 510 boarding and day students including 80 day students in a 7th and 8th grade Middle School.

Students come to Williston from far and wide, from nearby neighborhoods and from countries around the world. Our graduates go on to pursue a broad range of disciplines at the nation's finest colleges and universities.


The Williston Northampton School is an equal opportunity employer.

Substitute Teachers - Children's Center

The Williston Northampton Children’s Center is looking for qualified substitute teachers.

Individuals should have experience, flexible hours and interest/experience working with young children. OCCS certification is a plus but not a requirement. Responsibilities include assisting teachers with the general supervision and management of the various classrooms and for maintaining the expectations of daily routine. Candidates will be independent, self-starters with demonstrated experience in working with children in a group care setting.

Interested/qualified individuals may send letters of intent/resumes to Keira Durrett, Child Care Director, via email to kdurrett@williston.com or to The Williston Northampton Children’s Center, 19 Payson Avenue, Easthampton, MA01027 or call: 413-529-3422. Non-smoking campus. EO

Special Events Coordinator

The Williston Northampton School, an independent, co-educational boarding and day school located in Easthampton, MA, seeks a full-time calendar year Special Events Coordinator. The Special Events Coordinator will work to develop, manage, and implement the School’s major alumni, parent, donor and prospect events held on campus, within the Greater Easthampton community and across the country to raise awareness for and interest in the Williston Northampton School.The Coordinator has responsibility for organizing Advancement’s event management schedule, publicizing events, consulting on the development of published materials, coordinating regional activities and reporting to internal constituents. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Plan events, both on and off campus, to include coordinating logistics, secure event spaces, prepare contracts, work with Communications for promotion; Oversee events such as Reunion, Family Weekends, Grandparents Day, Commencement, etc.; manage the events budget and produce reports; assist with miscellaneous administrative support as needed. A full job description is available here.

The successful candidate will have: excellent written and oral communication abilities and collaboration skills; a bachelor’s degree; three to five years of advancement or related experience, preferably in an academic environment. Must possess a valid driver’s license; must have the ability to work in a school environment by successful completion of all legally required and school required background checks including the state mandated CORI, Criminal Offender Record Information, SORI, Sex Offender Record Information and Fingerprint based criminal background check.

Qualified / interested candidates may submit letters of interest, resume, and references via electronic transmission to advsearch@williston.com. Non-smoking campus. EOE

Per Diem Security Officers

Security Officers - Per-diem basis as determined by the needs of the department to cover shifts for full-time officers, and/or to provide additional coverage for special events, etc. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: provide assistance to students, staff and visitors in a courteous and professional manner; complete security and incident reports and ensures accuracy of documentation; patrol the campus to observe and identify potential safety and security risks; perform building security checks; respond to all emergency situations arising on campus ranging from medical emergencies, fire alarms and other crisis situations.

Candidates should have some law enforcement or security-related experience and MA Municipal Police Training Committee training is a plus. Must have the following: flexibility and willingness to cover a variety of shifts as needed (days, nights, weekends and holidays); a valid driver’s license; excellent, written, verbal, computer and organizational skills; CPR/AED certification or the willingness to obtain certification upon hire; ability to sit, stand, walk, climb stairs, etc. for extended periods of time. Must also be able to successfully complete post-offer physical and the state mandated CORI, as well as SORI as well as a fingerprint based background check. A complete job description is available here.

Interested/qualified candidates may send their letters of intent & resumes to Anne O’Connor, Security Manager, preferably via email to aoconnor@williston.comor c/o The Williston Northampton School, 19 Payson Avenue, Easthampton, MA 01027.Non-smoking campus. EOE

Special Gifts Officer

FUNDRAISING / INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT – SPECIAL GIFTS OFFICER

The Williston Northampton School seeks a dynamic Special Gifts Officer responsible for building and enhancing relationships with approximately 150 – 200 donor prospects. Reporting to the Director of Advancement, the Special Gifts Officer plays a key role in securing leadership annual fund philanthropic gifts in support of the mission of the school, and will travel extensively to meet with donor prospects.

The successful candidate will have excellent written and oral communication abilities and collaboration skills. Two to three years of advancement or related experience, preferably in an academic environment, is desired. Must have the ability to work in a school environment by successful completion of all legally required and school required background checks. A full outline of the position profile may be found here.

Qualified / interested candidates may submit letters of interest, resume, and references via electronic transmission to advsearch@williston.com. Non-smoking campus. EOE

Chinese Teacher

The Williston Northampton School, an independent co-educational boarding and day school in Easthampton, Massachusetts, is seeking to hire a full-time Chinese teacher for the 2016-17 school year. Teaching assignments may include teaching at both the middle and upper school levels. Preference will be given to candidates who have teaching experience, ideally in independent schools. This position includes participation in our afternoon athletics and extracurricular program as well as student advising and residential responsibilities. Driving a school mini-bus is also an expectation of this position. Must have the ability to work in a school environment by successful completion of all legally required and school required background checks including the state mandated CORI, Criminal Offender Record Information, SORI, Sex Offender Record Information and Fingerprint based criminal background check.

It is important that candidates possess the flexibility, energy, commitment to teamwork and appreciation for adolescents that life in an independent school boarding community requires. Please direct all inquiries, including a cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three references, to Peter Valine, Dean of Faculty, 19 Payson Ave., Easthampton, MA 01027. pvaline@williston.com Non-smoking campus. EOE

The Williston Northampton School
19 Payson Avenue, Easthampton, MA 01027 | Phone: (413) 529-3000 | Fax: (413) 527-9494

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Founded in 1841, Williston is a student-centered, coeducational institution comprising a Middle School of day students and an Upper School of boarding and day students from 25 states and 27 countries.
Williston is a good fit for motivated students who want to be challenged by a variety of academic, athletic, and extracurricular opportunities. We look forward to hearing from you!
Williston classes are discussion based and collaborative, and we have developed outstanding programs that inspire students to excel. Our faculty members provide a model of critical thinking and enthusiastic engagement.

Williston offers the opportunity to pursue your passions and explore your independence in a community of adults there to guide you. Live and learn on a campus where leadership skills and lifelong friendships take root.

Williston offers an academic arts program complemented by parallel extracurricular arts activities—all taught by faculty members who are practicing musicians, actors, and visual artists.
Williston fields 67 interscholastic teams at the varsity, junior varsity, and beginner levels in 35 sports to give students a full range of opportunities to play. We also offer recreational options and fitness training.
Whether graduates of Williston Academy, Northampton School for Girls, or the Williston Northampton School, our alumni are an engaged and supportive part of the school’s family. No matter where they are in the world, our alumni believe in doing good well.
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