Please see below for our current open positions.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advocate
Part-time position (.2 FTE)
This new position is an indication of School One’s commitment to ongoing growth in fulfilling our Mission Statement. The goal is to grow the position based on the intersection of identified opportunities and tangible results. Enlisting the support of students, parents, and colleagues committed to diversity, equity and inclusion will be a key determinant of the size of the ripples cast by this position.
- Advocate for the mission and values of the school and build pro-active relationships across the school community to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in various levels of operations and school culture. Communicate and collaborate transparently and inclusively with stakeholders.
- Support students
- Support on campus and connect students with support systems and resources beyond campus
- Educate community
- Facilitate or coordinate facilitation of trainings, workshops, affinity groups, guest speakers, orientation activities for staff, students, and families
- Access/Mobilize community resources
- Identify grants and funds to support this work and collaborate with development personnel to write proposals
- Document, track and evaluate progress
- Design system, including annual survey
- Policy development
- Review 2022 Root Cause Equity Analysis Equity Institute report and DEI Spring 2021 and 2022 reports and strategic planning goals
- Design preventative, proactive measures that set the tone and expectations for inclusive school culture
- Review and propose revisions to policies that reflect and address issues as they arise in the community
- Work in collaboration with stakeholders to ensure DEI lens across school operations including curriculum, behavior policies, admissions, hiring, ….
- Collaborate/liaise with DEI Strategic Planning/Advising committee for support and mobilization of resources
- Demonstrated success in equity-related advocacy
- Experience working with high school-aged youth and understanding of adolescent development
- Able and motivated to connect with and advocate for a broad range of students
- Strong communication skills including listening, speaking, and writing
- Multilingual is a plus
- Ability to meaningfully engage with all stakeholders in the community
- Understanding of School One community and alignment with mission statement (https://school-one.org/about-us/who-we-are/)
Please apply via email with a letter of interest and a resume to Head of School Christopher Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At School One, we believe that our staff should reflect the diverse community of students we serve. We encourage applicants from groups that have historically been underrepresented in the workplace, and we continuously strive to create an inclusive community for all. School One is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, color, disability or veteran status.
"I look forward to coming to School One every day because I know there will be humor, intellectual stimulation, high spirits and visible academic and social progress in a population that's diverse in every possible way.”
— Cary Honig, Assistant Head of School