Williston is a diverse, inclusive community, where purpose, passion, and integrity are at the center of our work each day. Click the current opportunities below to learn about joining our team.

The Williston Northampton School is an equal opportunity employer.

Current Openings

  • Health Services Driver

    The Williston Northampton School is accepting applications for a Health Services Driver, Monday through Friday 2-5 PM, with some flexibility to work additional hours depending on student need during the academic year.

    The Health Services Driver is responsible for the supervision and safe transportation for all students requiring rides to and from medical/dental appointments one way and/or round trip. Other responsibilities include ensuring the vehicle used is in safe operating condition; assisting injured or disabled students as necessary; informing the Director of Health and Wellness Services of any issues resulting from transportation of students; maintaining the confidentiality of transported students.  Flexibility is required to work with others in a variety of circumstances. Other duties as needed or assigned. Full job description available.

    The qualified individual must possess a valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Must be responsible, dependable and also possess excellent communication skills and be able to work with students of diverse backgrounds effectively.  Must be able to sit, stand for extended periods of time.  Must be able to work in secondary boarding school atmosphere by successfully passing CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information), SORI, (Sex Offender Record Information) and fingerprint-based background checks. Covid vaccination is required as a condition of employment.

    Interested/qualified candidates may reply with cover letter and resume to Kathy Ouimette, Human Resource Director, via email to humanresources@williston.com  Non-smoking campus.  EOE.

  • Executive Assistant to the Office of Admission and the Dean of Enrollment Management

    The Executive Assistant to the Office of Admission and the Dean of Enrollment Management This position an integral member of the Office of Admission and is responsible for providing all levels of support to the Admission Directors and the Dean of Enrollment Management (DEM)

    Available immediately, calendar year, 40 hours per week Monday-Friday, some Class Saturdays plus occasional special event coverage such as Open House and Second Visit Days.  The primary responsibilities for this position are: Greet prospective families, students, visitors; Schedule appointments for interviews with Admission Directors; Manage and update the admission database daily; Process initial inquiries and applications for Admission to the School; Track statistics of inquiries, applicants, status changes, and visitors for Open House/Second Visit Days; Perform routine office tasks; Support all admission events; assist with Open Houses, consultant visits, and off campus events; coordinate staff attendance at events; Prepare all admission decision letters for newly admitted students; manage the return of important documents; Work closely with the Assistant Head of School on special projects; Serve as support for the Admission and Financial Aid Administrative Assistant and/or the Visit Coordinator/Admission Assistant; Assist with the preparation of Board of Trustee Reports, Enrollment Statistics, and Retention Reporting; Create and issue the initial I-20 for student VISAS within SEVIS; Work closely with DEM to achieve the strategic goals of the department; Screen all incoming calls and correspondence, directing those appropriate to the DEM and/or Admission Directors; Schedule appointments and manage daily calendar of the DEM and Admission Directors; Schedule and organize meetings and activities for the DEM to include, if necessary, reserving rooms, and coordinating catering services; Assist DEM with administrative; Implement various processes and procedures necessary to effectively support the Admission Office operation; Coordinate all travel arrangements and conference attendance for the DEM; Review, organize, and submit all requests for reimbursement for expenses, and track credit card charges.  Full job description is available.

    The qualified candidate will have 3-5 years similar experience preferably with direct experience/knowledge of independent schools. Must have the ability to work intuitively and independently as well as part of a team, demonstrated writing and interpersonal skills.  Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word and Excel; the Internet, knowledge of Veracross a plus. Strong database management experience a plus. Positive appearance, attitude and presentation with a strict sense of confidentiality. 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.

    Interested/qualified candidates may reply with cover letter and resume to Kathy Ouimette, HR Director via email to humanresources@williston.com Full benefit package, including medical, dental and 403b retirement plan. Non-smoking campus. EOE

  • Custodian/Housekeeper

    The Williston Northampton School, an independent co-educational boarding and day school located in Easthampton, MA, has a full-time, calendar-year opening for a Custodian/Housekeeper.

    The schedule for the position is Monday – Friday 2:30 pm – 11:00 pm. Occasional extra hours possible due to special events.  This position requires the flexibility to be able to work the day shift during the summer months.

    Responsible for fulfilling the assignments for day to day campus housekeeping program to ensure clean, orderly, and attractive conditions through campus facilities by performing the following essential functions: all standard custodial/housekeeping tasks; sweeps, mops, scrubs, and vacuums hallways, stairs and office spaces; empties trash and garbage containers in campus buildings including dormitories, academic buildings, children’s center and administrative offices; notifies manager concerning the need for repairs, or an addition to lighting, and potential heating issues; submits to management recommendations for painting, repairs, furnishings, and supplies.

    The successful candidates must: have one to three years of institutional experience preferably in an educational setting; be able to work intuitively and independently as well as part of the Physical Plant team; have strong organizational skills for multi-tasking and prioritizing responsibilities as situations arise in fast paced environment; have the ability to understand written and oral instruction; have demonstrated  interpersonal and communication skills in order to successfully interact with diverse staff, faculty, students and other constituents of the School; have a working knowledge of commercial chemicals and cleaning equipment; be capable of performing repetitive tasks such as, bending, lifting (up to 30lbs.), pushing, stair climbing; be able to work in secondary boarding school atmosphere by successfully passing CORI, SORI and fingerprint based background checks; possess a valid driver’s license and be able to successfully pass a post offer employment physical. A complete job description is available.

    Dependable, energetic individuals with similar custodial/housekeeping experience may send their cover letter and resume via email to: Jennifer Lopez at physplantemployment@williston.com Full benefit package, medical, dental, life, disability and retirement. Non-smoking campus. EOE

  • Assistant Director of Alumni Giving & Engagement

    The Williston Northampton School, an independent, co-educational boarding and day school located in Easthampton, MA, seeks a full-time calendar year Assistant Director of Alumni Giving & Engagement.

    The Assistant Director of Alumni Giving & Engagement will work collaboratively with the annual giving team to secure support for the Williston Northampton Fund from graduates of the last 15 years. The Assistant Director will support the work of engaging Williston’s alumni community, with a focus on developing, implementing, and supporting programming aimed at graduates 15 years from graduation.

    Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Annual Giving: Assist the Director of Annual Giving to implement creative, strategies to grow donors and participation from the 15 most recent classes; oversee senior gift and student philanthropy programs; identify, recruit and manage a small team of volunteers; travel to engage, solicit and steward young alumni prospects; work with Director of Annual Giving as needed to create and implement targeted content for recent graduates; Assist in production and mailing of fundraising appeals. Alumni Engagement: Assist with creating targeted strategies and programming to engage young alumni personally; attend and promote attendance of recent graduates at campus and regional events; assist in production and mailing of alumni event materials; oversee transition of graduating class to alumni community; serve as the liaison to 5th, 10th and 15th Reunion classes; assist in all aspects of volunteer management. 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; and one to three years of advancement or related experience. Williston Northampton alumni strongly encouraged to apply. 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 needed on a 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 may not be limited to: provide assistance to students, staff and visitors in a courteous and professional manner; complete security and incident reports and ensure accuracy of documentation; patrol 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 security-related experience and/or 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, and organizational skills; strong computer skills are a must, preferably with Microsoft Office Suite, any security related software is a plus; CPR/AED and First-Aid certifications or the willingness to obtain certifications 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. Full job description available here.

    Dependable qualified candidates must include cover letter and resume to Anne O’Connor, Director of Security, preferably via email to aoconnor@williston.com   Non-smoking campus. EOE


The Williston Northampton School (the “School”) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The School offers equal employment opportunity to all applicants for employment and all employees without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, gender identity and expression, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, military service, application for military service, genetic information or any other status protected by applicable law.  An applicant who does not meet the minimum qualifications of the position(s) for which the applicant applies will not be considered for employment.  If you need a reasonable accommodation to complete this application, interview for the position, or otherwise participate in the hiring process, please notify us.