The Associate Headmaster is primarily responsible for ensuring mission consistency, strategic alignment, and overall effectiveness across The Hill’s academic departments and programs while also being the primary driver of innovation in the School’s curriculum, teaching, and administrative practices. Working closely with the Headmaster, two Assistant Headmasters, the Chief Strategy Officer, and the Chief Financial and Operations Officer, the Associate Headmaster oversees a senior program team of 11 deans and directors. In the absence of the Headmaster, the Associate Headmaster serves The Hill community as acting Headmaster.
Advise the Headmaster on all school policies, programs, and activities.
Mentor, support, and manage direct reports.
Guide and foster a healthy, collaborative, and vibrant school culture.
Provide oversight of academic programs, strategic design, and coordination for curriculum development and innovation.
Lead numerous committees and task forces and serve as Board liaison for the Education Committee.
Manage faculty retention, recruitment, performance review, and professional growth.
Oversee student support services including college advising, academic technology, learning center, experiential education, service and place-based learning, and sustainability.
Be active in school activities and maintain an open-door policy with all constituents.
Represent the Headmaster when he cannot be present.
Other duties, as necessary, assigned by the Headmaster.
Dean of Faculty
Dean of Students
Dean of the Shirley Quadrivium Center
Director of Athletics & Co-Curricular Programs
Director of the Center For The Arts
Director of College Counseling
Director of Sustainability
Director of Residential Life
The Hill School seeks a dynamic and innovative leader with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills. The successful candidate will offer a broad and contemporary perspective to The Hill, will be a highly creative problem-solver, and will have a demonstrated track record of successfully leading diverse constituencies. Qualified candidates will have an extensive history of excellence in organizational management, program/project implementation, and demonstrated competence working through complex strategic issues. Although non-traditional candidates will be considered, previous experience as a master teacher or administrator in an educational setting (especially at a boarding school) is indispensable. Ambition, drive, and attention to detail, balanced with patience, integrity, and a healthy sense of humor are essential qualities. Excellent salary and benefit package includes attractive on-campus housing and a sliding-scale tuition remission policy for faculty children.
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