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ADMINISTRATIVE
  1. Executive Director, the National Center for the Development of Boys (posted 5/7)
FACULTY & STAFF
  1. Athletics Equipment Manager (posted 6/9)

Nestled in an up-and-coming Southern city, McCallie School offers competitive compensation and an appealing benefits package within a collegial school community.

Interested applicants should submit a resume and transcript, as well as additional information (e.g., background check authorization, letters of recommendation, philosophy of education) when requested. Most positions are announced in late winter and early spring.
ADMINISTRATIVE


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOYS

The search for an executive director for this newly announced endeavor, the National Center for the Development of Boys (NCDB), is underway. The job desciption is below:

Position Overview:
The Executive Director of the National Center for the Development of Boys serves to plan, coordinate, implement and advance the work of the center. The scope of the work may include, but is not limited to, developing and implementing the center’s agenda, research, programs and publications; attracting and engaging with outstanding educators, mentors and thought-leaders with expertise and experience in the development of boys, and connecting them to the efforts of the center; serving as a spokesperson for the center; managing the operations of the center; and securing necessary resources to advance its mission and work. The Executive Director reports to the center’s Board of Trustees.

Specific Responsibilities:
  • Review, curate and compile existing research on the development and education of boys and young men from early childhood through early adulthood.
  • Leverage the location and resources of McCallie as a living laboratory of boys and faculty to conduct research and gain insights into practices for educating and developing boys.
  • Share with and market to the broader public the work and mission of the center and the needs of boys and young men.
  • Devise, design and implement programs, workshops, seminars and other events that help to equip parents, educators and others who work with boys with research-based strategies and best practices for raising and educating boys.
  • Prepare and produce articles, publications, videos and other materials to be shared with the broader public about the education and development of boys.
  • Identify, recruit and coordinate the work of Fellows: a small number of outstanding educators, mentors, researchers and thought-leaders on the education and development of boys.
  • Oversee the center’s operations, broadly defined and including, but not limited to, its logistics, budgets, and staff.
  • Secure necessary resources, including volunteer and philanthropic support.
  • Implement the policies and direction of the center’s Board of Trustees.
Characteristics Sought:
  • Expertise and experience in studying and working with boys and young men.
  • A passion and belief that boys and young men need to be better understood and provided with opportunities that bring out their very best.
  • A national reputation and network of colleagues who have an interest in the learning and development of boys.
  • Strong communication skills, including in writing and presentation.
  • Proven leadership skills, including the ability to collaborate well.
  • Effective planning and management skills.

Other Information:
The center will provide a competitive compensation and benefits package. It is anticipated that candidates will be considered during the summer of 2015, with a likely start date for the Executive Director in the late summer or early fall of 2015.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of introduction and resume to Lee Burns, Headmaster, The McCallie School, 500 Dodds Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404

FACULTY & STAFF

ATHLETICS EQUIPMENT MANAGER
The equipment manager at McCallie School is responsible for meeting the equipment
needs of the school’s 43 athletic teams comprised from its 14-sport program. This
position is responsible for ensuring that all student-athletes and coaches are outfitted in
appropriate apparel, equipment and footwear.

The equipment manager will oversee and manage the operation of the equipment room.
This position will oversee the day to day purchase, distribution, maintenance, inventory,
collection and storage of practice and game equipment and apparel; manage all
equipment vendor relationships and contracts and ensure strong customer service,
fulfillment of orders, and adherence to contractual benefits for McCallie; plan, manage
and forecast accurate equipment budgets for each sports program with input from
coaches; manage and execute daily laundry needs; fit students for equipment according
to proper standards.

Other duties: monitor daily maintenance of equipment; perform minor repairs and
preventative maintenance and/or arrange for repairs as necessary; transport equipment
to and from all away football games; travel to athletic events as assigned; coordinate
and participate in the preparation and setup of facilities for team practices and games
and home events; properly store and care for equipment; maintain accurate records and
files regarding equipment check out; maintain equipment in accordance with McCallie,
TSSAA and other industry specifications; handle setup and maintenance of football
coaches’ sideline communications system; ensure needs of visiting teams are met.

Candidate with experience from a high school, college or professional athletic
equipment room preferred. Candidate should be a team player, work well with others
and possess strong organizational and management skills. Flexible work schedule
including nights and weekends and some travel should be expected.

Interested candidates should email resume and other pertinent information to Jeff
Romero, Dean of Athletics.
If no jobs are currently listed but you are interested in inquiring about a job or providing your resume for future consideration, please contact the following people:

  • Upper School faculty
    Kathy Posey
    Assistant to the Upper School Head

  • Middle School faculty
    Janet Best
    Middle School Administrative Assistant

  • Physical Plant
    Shannon Sewell
    Physical Plant Director

  • School Administration
    Theda Griffin
    Assistant to the Headmaster

McCallie is an equal opportunity employer.

School Information

McCallie is an All-Boys Private Boarding School and Day School, a Christian-based College Prep School.

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