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The Pingry School seeks dynamic and intellectually engaging teachers to join a diverse academic community. While our hiring season tends to run from late January through early April, we are always excited to make connections with outstanding candidates. Teaching candidates should be committed to helping young people construct their understanding of the discipline in a student-centered classroom environment. We are searching for collaborative teachers with an eye for the teachable moment when moral and ethical questions arise in and out of the classroom. Subject area expertise and an excitement for sharing passions with young people are expected. A willingness to embrace additional duties typical of a “country day” philosophy such as advising students, coaching, or directing or supervising clubs and activities is also required. A Bachelor’s degree in the subject area is expected with a Master’s degree preferred. (Funding support for work towards a Master’s degree is available to faculty beginning in their second year at Pingry.) The school has a strong commitment to support on-going professional development, and an expectation that faculty members will actively seek professional growth opportunities.

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We invite applicants with diverse backgrounds and perspectives to reach out to Jon Leef, Assistant Headmaster of our Basking Ridge Campus (grades 6 through 12) at jleef@pingry.org, or Ted Corvino, Assistant Headmaster of our Short Hills Campus (K through 5) at tcorvino@pingry.org.


Digital Archivist [Posted: June 29, 2015]

The Pingry School is looking for someone to manage the creation of a school-wide digital archive.

Responsibilities

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Help the Pingry Tech Team identify and implement a database solution for storing digital content.
  • Oversee the digitizing of physical materials.
  • Organize existing digital content and develop system for tagging information.
  • Work with Pingry’s academic, communications, and development offices to identify materials to include in the digital archive.
  • Develop processes for adding to and maintaining digital archive.

Skills, Education, and Experience

  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with various school departments.  
  • Excellent technical knowledge of best practices for database organization and content digitization.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously to a successful conclusion within agreed upon time and cost parameters.
  • Experience managing digital archival projects.
  • Degree and/or significant coursework in a relevant discipline preferred.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Brian Burkhart, Director of Educational and Information Technology, at adminhiring@pingry.org


Admission Coordinator [Posted: June 16, 2015]

The Pingry School seeks a full-time, ten month, Admission Coordinator for the Admission Office at the school’s Basking Ridge campus (Grades 6-12). The Admission Coordinator manages the admission process for grade 6-12 applicants, oversees the K-12 admission database and provides support to four members of the Basking Ridge office. The Admission Coordinator is the first and main point of contact for families applying to our Middle and Upper Schools. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, patient, a team player, friendly, and excited to learn. Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage multiple details and tasks in a fast paced environment are essential. 
 

 
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Allie Brunhouse, Director of Admission & Enrollment by emailabrunhouse@pingry.org.


Associate Director, The Parent Fund [Updated: May 1, 2015] 

Reporting to the Director of The Pingry Fund, the Associate Director is responsible for raising 60% of The Pingry Fund each year from the parent constituency. The Associate Director also oversees grandparent and faculty and staff giving programs, and serves as the liaison with the Pingry School Parents' Association. This is a full-time, twelve-month position, renewable annually.

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Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Rob Schur, Associate Director of Advancement, at mhoffmann@pingry.org.


Director of Advancement Services [Posted: April 24, 2015]

The Pingry School’s Advancement Team is responsible for the outreach to the school’s internal and external constituencies.  Through community outreach, relationship building and general awareness activities, the department motivates Pingry’s constituencies and the community at-large to financially support the school.  By obtaining the financial resources required by The Pingry School to carry out its educational objectives, the department plays a vital role in contributing to the overall education and personal development of Pingry students and maintaining Pingry’s place as an outstanding educational institution. 

The Director of Advancement Services is responsible for the overall management and support of the Advancement Services area. This is a twelve-month position reporting to the Director of Institutional Advancement. 

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Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Rob Schur, Associate Director of Advancement, at mhoffmann@pingry.org.


Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, Community Engagement  [Posted: May 4, 2015]

The Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, Community Engagement reports to the Director of Alumni Relations and Senior Major Gift Officer for Athletics, and, in coordination with the Pingry Communications Team, is responsible for the concept, coordination, and dissemination of all Alumni Relations-based communications to our community. The Assistant Director will oversee, but is not limited to, the following: alumni announcements and notices, class notes, event programs and invitations as required, and Alumni Relations web, social, and electronic media and messaging. 

The Assistant Director, in coordination with the Director of Special Events, will also implement all Alumni Relations regional travel programming, manage all Alumni Athletics and Young Alumni events, and oversee all Alumni gift/merchandise design, procurement, and storage.

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Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Rob Schur, Associate Director of Advancement, at mhoffmann@pingry.org.


Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Mentoring and Engagement  [Posted: May 4, 2015]

The Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Mentoring and Engagement reports to the Director of Alumni Relations and Senior Major Gift Officer for Athletics, and, in coordination with the Director, is responsible for managing all PAA Board and Subcommittee programing, volunteer recruitment, organization, and support. The Associate Director will oversee and execute all aspects of Reunion and Homecoming programming, and will partner with Pingry’s Special Events Manager to ensure successful logistical coordination.

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Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Rob Schur, Associate Director of Advancement, at mhoffmann@pingry.org.


Upper School Coaches are needed for the 2015-2016 school year:

  • Assistant Varsity Girls' Soccer Coach
  • JV Football Coach, Varsity Position Coach 
  • Assistant Girls' JV Tennis Coach
  • Assistant Boys' JV Basketball Coach
  • Girls' JV Basketball Head Coach
  • Assistant Girls' JV Basketball Coach
  • Assistant Varsity Swim Coach
  • Assistant Boys' Lacrosse Coach
  • Assistant Girls' Lacrosse Coach
  • Assistant Winter Track Coach

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Carter Abbott, Director of Athletics, at cabbott@pingry.org 


Middle School Coaches are needed for the 2015-2016 school year:

  • Head Boys' Soccer Coach
  • Assistant Boys' Soccer Coach
  • Boys' Baseball Head Coach
  • Boys' Basketball Head Coach
  • Track and Field Head Coach
  • Assistant Field Hockey Coach (2)
  • Assistant Girls' Basketball Coach
  • Assistant Tennis Coach
  • Girls' Soccer Coach
  • Field Hockey Coach
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Gerry Vanasse, Director of Middle School Athletics, at gvanasse@pingry.org 


Employee Benefits


The Pingry School offers a comprehensive program of benefits to all full-time employees:

  • Medical and Prescription PPO plan
  • Dental
  • Employer paid and supplemental life insurance  and long term care coverage
  • Matching TIAA-CREF 403(b) retirement and supplemental plan
  • Tuition remission and professional growth opportunities

 

Short Hills Campus (Lower School)
50 Country Day Drive
Short Hills, NJ 07078
P (973) 379 4550 | F (973) 379 1861
Basking Ridge Campus (Middle & Upper Schools)
131 Martinsville Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
P (908) 647 5555 | F (908) 647 3703
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