Berkshire's 2015-16 Annual Fund closes on June 30. Your gift, of any size, has a significant impact.
Be a part of this year's drive to hit a historic level of alumni participation – Go Bears!
If you have any questions, please contact Christine Pincelli, Director of Annual Fund Giving and Parent Engagement, at 413-229-1282.
Berkshire School is a boarding community dedicated to serving the best interest of the students and adults living within it. We hire proven leaders who recognize the benefit of hard work, building community and sharing success. While most full-time faculty will teach four sections, coach two seasons and work within the residential program, every successful employee working at the School understands and appreciates the twenty-four hour nature of a Berkshire education, which is why working at Berkshire is a way of life and not simply a job.
The ideal candidate will have an advanced knowledge of mathematics, capable of teaching all levels. S/he is expected to have relevant teaching experience with the affection for adolescents, capacity for teamwork, and disposition that life in a residential school demands. In addition to teaching, applicants should expect to be actively involved in all aspects of the School's programs, including evening duties and participating in afternoon athletic and/or co-curricular programs as a coach or program director. A bachelor's degree in Mathematics or a closely related field is required and a master's degree or higher is desirable.
Salary is competitive and includes meals when school is in session. Health and retirement benefits, including TIAA-CREF, are part of the compensation package. Funding exists to support advanced degree work, as well as participation in professional conferences, workshops, summer study, and travel. Berkshire School is an equal opportunity employer.