|Located ten minutes west of Boston, Fessenden is a Pre-K - Grade 9 day and boarding school for boys. Enrollment at the School is 491 including 100 boarders in the upper grades from thirteen countries and many states in the U.S. A faculty and staff of over 100 provide a challenging educational program with a unique level of support for maturing boys. The school motto, “Labor Omnia Vincit” (work conquers all), reflects the objective of the School: boys are challenged to do their best, to take risks as learners, and to reach their full potential. In addition to intellectual diligence, a Fessenden education is based on high standards for personal behavior. The core values of the School underscore a strong academic, athletic and arts program designed specifically for boys. We seek qualified and experienced faculty and staff who support the objective of educating boys to become responsible young men of character and who are interested in contributing to a vibrant school community both in and outside of the classroom.|
|Ice Rink Manager|
The Fessenden School seeks a Rink Manager to oversee the year-round operation of the School’s ice hockey rink and its part-time staff. Responsibilities include monitoring and managing the building systems and ice surfacing equipment; maintaining the overall interior and exterior of the facility, including the overall safety and security of the rink; preparing the ice and facility for School teams and rental groups; and overseeing the skate shop and vending machines.
- 3-5 years work experience
- Knowledge of building maintenance and cleaning practices and ability to carry out tasks in these areas
- Basic understanding of building mechanical systems
- Ability to work independently and to be flexible in meeting needs of facility
- Personnel management experience preferred
- Ice making experience preferred
- Hours vary. Must be available some nights and weekends.
- Must be on-call 24 hours during the rental season.
Physical Demands and Requirements:
- Majority of day is spent standing or walking
- Working conditions include exposure to cold and noise
- Some lifting and carrying required of objects up to 100 lbs
- Climbing of stairs, ladders, and other objects is often required, along with the need to bend, reach and kneel
Please send resume to:
Chief Operations Officer
The Fessenden School
|Medical Director/School Physician|
The Fessenden School seeks a Medical Director/School Physician to work in collaboration with the Fessenden Health Center Team to provide the guidance and expertise necessary to maintain the health and wellness of the community. This is accomplished through direct patient care, clinical consultation, policy consultation, student advocacy and the maintenance of current standing orders, policy and procedures. The Health Center Team includes the Health Center Director/Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse(s), School Psychologist, Athletic Trainer, Student Support Team and Administrative Assistant.
Licensed as a Board Certified Physician in Massachusetts (Pediatrics, Family Medicine with expertise in pediatrics)
Current DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) and Massachusetts Controlled Substance Registration
Knowledgeable in sports medicine, communicable disease management, school immunization requirements, well-child care including behavioral and developmental topics
Experience in school-based health and/or public health preferred
Shan Stoffolano M.S., C.P.N.P.
The Fessenden School Health Center Director
Fessenden Inclusion Statement
At Fessenden inclusion means building a community whose spirit and purpose is based on mutual respect and care. It is vital that each member feels recognized and valued. Inclusion is an essential part of our mission to cultivate each student’s potential and develop each boy’s mind, character, and heart. We believe that differences of backgrounds, perspectives and cultures are integral to preparing boys to be successful young men in a global community. Ongoing, mindful practice of inclusion requires both individual and institutional commitment to self-examination and learning. We further our mission to be a joyfully inclusive community by aligning policies, curriculum, and decision-making to support diversity and inclusion. Inclusion is at the heart of how we treat each other in our daily interactions.
We are guided by and are committed to the following community principles:
- Treat others with honesty and respect
- Practice compassion; make an effort to understand and care for others
- Honor diversity; promote a healthy respect for individual differences and affirm commonalities
- Celebrate individual potential; nurture the many ways boys learn
- Reject prejudice, bullying, and elitism; renounce behavior that excludes others
- Engage in open, trusting dialogue; seek to learn from those who have differing opinions
- Serve to strengthen our inclusive community