The Director of Auxiliary Programs reports to the Associate Head of School/Chief Financial and Operating Officer and creates and oversees the full range of auxiliary offerings: after school care, after schools clubs, music lessons, vacation camps, and Summer in the City, Kingsley’s summer camp. The director has responsibility for program, personnel, and financial performance in a key school role that is creative and entrepreneurial. The director is the first point of contact for families and assists in community building, retention, and outreach. As the position works across the school’s two buildings and with numerous external partners, excellent relationship building and collaboration skills are essential. This is a year-round position and is eligible for benefits. Hours are typically 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday, with adjusted summer hours.
Bachelor’s degree required, master’s preferred. Three to five years of administrative leadership experience in a non-profit setting as well as experience working with children. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and impeccable attention to detail expected. Experience with Google Mail and Docs required. The ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial background, familiarity with marketing, and an enthusiasm for creating and guiding startup ventures. Kingsley seeks candidates who will add to the racial, cultural, and gender diversity of our school community.
About Kingsley Montessori School
The Kingsley Montessori School’s mission is to engage the mind, hands, and heart of each child to nurture resilient explorers, confident learners, and empathetic citizens.
Located in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay, Kingsley is an independent day school guided by a unique blend of Montessori philosophy and innovative programming. Kingsley offers an educational program tailored to the talents, curiosity, and growth of each student. We are committed to the health of our students and have put in place rigorous safety measures to operate in person, including cohorting, required mask-wearing, and advanced cleaning protocol. Our progressive, inquiry-based programs cultivate students’ social and academic development and prepare them to advance successfully to top public and independent middle schools. Our program’s commitment to knowing every child and to partnering with parents propels students to access their potential.