Campus Monitors are responsible for monitoring and supporting students during meals, passing breaks and free blocks to ensure a safe, secure and comfortable environment conducive to student interaction and learning. Positions are seven days a week starting at 6:30 AM and ending at 7:00 PM though shorter shifts will be considered.
Experience working in a school setting preferred.
Possess energy, enthusiasm and dedication to working with adolescents.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in-person with students and follow school protocols that stipulate face coverings in buildings and maintaining distance.
Mature ability to use judgment and be dependable.
Maintain discipline among students in a courteous but firm manner.
Must be able to pass background checks.
Physically able to perform duties assigned at sufficient speed.
Functional skills in reading and writing English.
Interested candidates are asked to send a cover letter and resume to:
Ensure COVID-19 social distance protocols are followed.
Ensure that students are adhering to safety protocols during their free periods by monitoring buildings and grounds.
Manage students during meal service.
Oversee students as they go through the dining hall line in an orderly fashion and proceed to their tables.
Report any behavior problems to the Dean of Students.
Communicate with students and school staff in a positive and professional manner utilizing appropriate customer service and interpersonal skills.
Attends work regularly and is punctual.
Perform other duties as assigned.
About Concord Academy
Concord Academy, an independent college preparatory school for grades 9 through 12 located in Concord, Massachusetts, anticipates a full-time teaching opening in its Science Department beginning in the fall of 2019.
Founded in 1922, Concord Academy is a renowned independent high school for individuals who go on to make their mark on the world. In a caring and challenging atmosphere, students thrive in partnership with talented educators, encouraged to find their voices and discover and develop talents as scholars, artists, musicians, and athletes. With just shy of 400 boarding and day students, the CA community is vibrant, close-knit, and enlivened by a rigorous curriculum with wide-as-you-can-dream opportunities. This is a place where students love to learn, where creativity and trust are abundant natural resources, and where the history and literature of New England enrich us every day.
Common trust challenges students to balance individual freedom with responsibility and service to a larger community. Such learning prepares students for lives as committed citizens.