Employment

We’re counting down to the magical days of D-E 360° Summer Connections (SC) 2020, and we’re looking for energetic and talented people to join our SC Team.  Applications for employment to D-E 360° SC 2020 are now being accepted. We are proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA)! Our programs, which run from June 29  – August 7, 2020, serve about 700 students annually. We are successful because of the wonderful talent and commitment that our faculty and staffers bring each summer. If you’d like to join our team in serving BOLD learners, fill out an application to become a faculty member, volunteer, teaching assistant or camp counselor.  

Priority consideration is given to applicants who apply early as well as to those who can commit to the full length of the program to which they are applying.  For first-time D-E 360° SC applicants, an interview is required. We have scheduled group staff interviews for the following dates: Tuesday, March 10, and Wednesday, March 11, 2020.  Appointments for faculty one-to-one interviews will be made directly.

The following Summer Connections teaching positions are open:

  • Adventures: Art Teacher – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Adventures & Discoveries: Bodies in Motion Teacher (Phys Ed) – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Adventures & Discoveries: Floater (Lead Teacher Sub) – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Adventures & Discoveries: Sounds of Summer (Music) – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Adventures: Lead Teacher – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Discoveries: Lead Teacher – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Immersives: Chess Teacher – Weeks 2 & 6 /Grades 5-9 (July 2 – July 6) &  (August 3 – August 7)
  • Immersives: Entrepreneurs Academy – Week 3 (July 13 – July 17)
  • Immersives: Wall Street & You – Week 4 (July 20 – July 24) 
  • Immersives: Violin Teacher – 1 Week  (June 28 – July 2)
  • Jr. Scholars: Adventures in Math Teacher – Weeks 1-5 / Grades 5-8 (Jun 29 – July 31)
  • Jr. Scholars: Introductory Algebra Teacher – Weeks 1-5 / Grades 5-8 (Jun 29 – July 31)
  • Scholars: Advancement Biology Teacher  – Weeks 1-5 /Grades 9-12 (Jun 29 – July 31)
  • Scholars: Computer Science Teacher – Weeks 1-5/ Grade 8-10 (Jun 29 – July 31)
  • Scholars: Organic Chemistry – Weeks 1-5 /Grades 9-12 (Jun 29 – July 31)

The following Summer Connections staff positions are open:

  • Adventures & Discoveries: Bodies in Motion TA (Phys Ed) – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Operations Team  – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 

NOTE: Inquiries for positions should be made only by applicants.  We cannot negotiate terms for employment/volunteer positions with third parties, including parents.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THE APPLICATION PORTAL:

Our online database system is CampBrain.  This is the link to our application system/database: https://de360staff.campbrainstaff.com/.  If you are a returning applicant, please sign in and follow the application instructions.  New applicants will need to create an account. You can save your progress and continue later if necessary.  

If you have specific questions about the application or programs, please contact our D-E 360° SC 2020 HR Coordinator, Amy Marciano, at marcia@d-e.org.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK AND FINGERPRINTING

All new faculty and staff must complete all Criminal Background Check and Fingerprinting requirements before employment can commence.

Note: All minors under the age of 18 who work in New Jersey must have an employment certificate also called “working papers.”

INTERVIEWS

All applicants who are new to D-E 360° SC are required to have a live interview to be considered for any position they are seeking.  Once the application is submitted, potential candidates will be notified and an interview will be scheduled. 

Note: Candidates for teaching faculty and professional staff positions are expected to provide a resume and references.


TEACHING POSITIONS AVAILABLE

 

Scholars/Junior Scholars – Weeks 1-5 

The following teaching positions are open:

  • Math/Science*
  • Advancement Biology
  • Adventures in Math
  • Computer Science
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Pre-Algebra

*seeking a NJ certified teacher with demonstrated experience in preparing students for statewide tests.

Scholars Teacher Description

The Scholars Program offers students in grades 9 – 12 a more intense academic option. The offerings in this program are mostly credit bearing and can be taken in place of courses during the academic year. Other courses can be taken to build the skills and confidence necessary for students to succeed in advanced courses the following year. A number of students register for scholars classes use the summer coursework as an opportunity to build a bridge/review for AP classes and SAT Subject Tests.

Scholars teachers are expected to be particularly skilled at delivering a traditional semester’s worth of course content in compacted five-week term.  Student teaching assistants are provided as a support for teachers. Introductory classes: 8:20 am – 10:30 am AND/OR 10:40 am – 12:50 pm Advancement classes: 8:20 am – 1:35 pm.  Specifically, the responsibilities of a Scholars Teacher include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Attending up to two Open Houses upon request
  • Scheduling time before the program begins to set up the classroom and other spaces
  • Communicating with the director on a regular basis
  • Preparing and delivering lessons
  • Preparing materials for daily lessons
  • Observing and evaluating students’ performances and development
  • Assigning and grading class work, homework, tests and assignments
  • Maintaining accurate and complete records of students’ progress and development
  • Preparing progress and final reports which include grades and comments
  • Interacting with parents
  • Representing the Enrichment Program, Summer Connections, and Dwight-Englewood School according to the mission
  • All faculty members are expected to read, understand, and adhere to the guidelines and policies set forth in the Dwight-Englewood School employee handbook

The following teaching positions are open:

  • Business
  • Entrepreneurs Academy
  • Wall Street & You

Enrichment/Immersive Teacher Description

Enrichments/Immersive courses are modular offerings designed specifically for motivated learners in Grades 5-10. SC 2020 Enrichment allows students to pursue personal interests, to explore new subjects or to strengthen basic academic skills. These courses cover many disciplines including athletics, visual arts, acting, robotics, technology, history, and other topics. Students may take as many courses as they wish. Each Enrichment course challenges participants with age- and grade-appropriate problem-solving tasks in a variety of settings and disciplines. Drawing upon a wide range of human and technological resources, students are encouraged to develop the skills of working productively in both small and large groups. Some Enrichment courses are specifically for students in grades 5 and 7, while others are for students in grades 8, 9 and 10. The nature of some of these Enrichment courses allows for students to participate cooperatively since some students may have the necessary skills at a younger age to complete the curriculum being introduced.

Enrichment teachers are expected to be particularly skilled at delivering course content in 120-minute classes. Successful teachers will find ways to engage a wide range of abilities and interests and to help students to have a fun and educational experience. Enrichment courses will have an academic foundation, but students will learn in a hands-on environment and learn to appreciate the ways that the topic can spark curiosity and fun. The Enrichment teacher is expected to create a course outline with an outline of topics and objectives. The Enrichment Teacher will be expected to provide his or her subject area expertise and to design daily lessons and activities. Student teaching assistants are provided as a support for teachers.  

D-E 360° Summer Connections Immersives are for students in Grades 2-12. Our Immersives provide experiential learning with students having close collaboration with master level faculty as well as peers who are equally passionate about the topic. Immersives generally range from one week to two weeks in length with the lead teacher expected to work with the students for the duration of the program. The students’ immersion in the topic of study over the course of a day is long enough to provide a depth of knowledge and skills building in the targeted areas. We have some exciting offerings this year that range the gamut.  The experiences include areas like art, space exploration, and coding to a ten-day workshop in theatre production. We are delighted for the return of popular offerings such as STEM Challenge, Wall Street & You, and String Society, which is in its thirteenth year. 

Immersive teachers are master-level instructors particularly skilled at engaging students  course content in particular areas of study that run for a full day. Successful teachers will find ways to engage a wide range of abilities and interests and to help students to have a fun and educational experience in a particular area. The Immersive teacher is expected to create a course outline with an outline of topics and objectives. The Immersive teacher will be expected to provide his or her subject area expertise and to design daily lessons and activities. A field trip and/or guest speakers are encouraged.  Student teaching assistants are provided as a support for teachers.  

Additionally, the responsibilities of an Enrichment/Immersive Teacher include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Attending up to two Open Houses upon request
  • Scheduling time before the program begins to set up the classroom and other spaces
  • Communicating with the director on a regular basis
  • Preparing and delivering lessons
  • Preparing materials for daily lessons
  • Observing and evaluating students’ performances and development
  • Interacting with parents
  • Representing the Enrichment Program, Summer Connections, and Dwight-Englewood School according to the mission
  • All faculty members are expected to read, understand, and adhere to the guidelines and policies set forth in the Dwight-Englewood School employee handbook

Adventures & Discoveries – Weeks 1-6

The programs offer age-appropriate activities that are carefully designed so that every child has a chance for observation and discovery. Academic courses include Math, Language Arts, and Science. We also believe that creative endeavors should be a part of a young child’s life. As a result, performing and visual arts like music, dancing, painting, and storytelling constantly find themselves in the curriculum. To balance these activities, physical exercise in the form of physical education and recess are also included in the schedule. Dedicated faculty and an animated staff complete the picture for the Lower School Programs by providing the children with a safe and fun atmosphere where children of all ages can grow. 

Our theme for the Summer Connections 2020 season is ️2020 Visions of Greatness: Examining Greatness through the lenses of…

  • WEEK 1:  Literature (novels and poetry) (June 29 – July 2)
  • WEEK 2:  Justice (environmental and social justice) (July 6 – July 10)
  • WEEK 3:  Science (engineering, innovation and design) (July 13 – July 17)
  • WEEK 4:  History (Greatest Of All Time: GOAT explorations) (July 20 – July 24)
  • WEEK 5:  The Arts (creative expression in music, dance and visual arts) (July 27 – July 31)
  • WEEK 6:  Sports (Summer Olympics) (August 3 – August 7)

We’re providing lenses for our Discoveries and Adventures (Preschool – Grade 4) participants to examine what instills “greatness” each week during Summer Connections 2020. Campers will learn about literature, science, environmental and social justice, history, the arts as well as sports.  With an abundance of hands-on learning activities as well as on-campus and off-campus field trips, we will inspire curiosity about what it takes to be great. Campers will don lenses of discovery and adventure as they examine GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) moments, artifacts and structures. And it’s a Summer Olympics year; so we’ll end the camp experience with our own Olympic-style field games. Our fun learning experiences will build foundations for literacy, creativity, and academic exploration. Equally important, our campers will master life lessons from their time here with us: 1) the meaning of cooperative work; 2) the impact of the past and how culture and technology have played roles in today’s world; and 3) a sense of wonder such that they develop a lasting appreciation of all our worlds – real and imagined.

Adventures/Discovery lead teachers are expected to be particularly skilled at delivering course content related to the Summer Connections themes. Successful teachers will find ways to engage a wide range of abilities and interests and to help students to have a fun and educational experience. The camp will have an academic foundation, but students will learn in a hands-on environment and learn to appreciate the ways that the topic can spark curiosity and fun. The Adventures/Discovery lead teacher is expected to create a course outline with an outline of topics and objectives. The Adventures/Discovery lead teacher will be expected to provide his or her subject area expertise and to design daily lessons and activities. Student teaching assistants are provided as a support for teachers.  Working with Adventures/Discovery as a lead teacher requires a commitment to the full six-week program scheduled for Monday, June 29 through Friday, August 7.  Additionally, the responsibilities of an Adventures/Discovery lead teacher include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Attending up to two Open Houses upon request
  • Scheduling time before the program begins to set up the classroom and other spaces
  • Communicating with the director on a regular basis
  • Preparing and delivering lessons
  • Preparing materials for daily lessons
  • Observing and evaluating students’ performances and development
  • Interacting with parents
  • Representing the Adventures/Discovery Program, Summer Connections, and Dwight-Englewood School according to the mission
  • All faculty members are expected to read, understand, and adhere to the guidelines and policies set forth in the Dwight-Englewood School employee handbook

The following teaching positions are open:

  • Adventures/Discoveries Teacher Description
  • Art
  • Bodies in Motion (Phys Ed)
  • Sounds of Summer (Music)
  • Discoveries Lead Teacher
  • Floater

STAFF POSITIONS AVAILABLE

The following staff positions are open:

  • Operations Team  – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Adventures & Discoveries: Bodies in Motion TA (Phys Ed) – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7)
  • Scholars/Immersives: Science Counselor – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Discoveries & Adventures Counselors: Student Volunteers (ages 14+) – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Immersives: Student Choreographer – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Enrichment/Immersives/Scholars/Junior Scholars Teaching Assistants – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Teaching Assistants – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Technology Team – 6 Weeks (Jun 29 – August 7) 
  • Health Interns – 9 Weeks (June 8 – August 7)

VOLUNTEER & STAFF POSITION DESCRIPTIONS

▶︎ Discoveries Counselors (Grades Preschool and Kindergarten)

The Discoveries Program is designed to foster independence and creativity for children in Preschool and Kindergarten (ages 3 – 5). Teachers and qualified assistants provide a stimulating environment. Children are introduced to various elements of the classroom such as practical life, cooking, sensorial activities, arts, crafts, music, and movement.

Note: APPLICANTS FOR THE DISCOVERIES PROGRAM ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE.

Hours: 7:45 am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday

Specifically, the responsibilities of a Discoveries counselor include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Meeting with the director on a daily basis for important information, direction, and feedback
  • Supervising the campers throughout the day (in the classroom, during lunch, on the playground, etc.)
  • Assisting the lead instructors with organizing and cleaning up materials for class activities
  • Assisting the director with administrative tasks like copying, taking attendance, and keeping track of computers
  • Helping teachers provide material for the weekly newsletter
  • Accompanying children to the Health Center
  • Assisting the director and teachers with pick-up and drop-off time  Interacting with parents
  • MAKING STUDENTS FEEL RESPECTED, COMFORTABLE, AND CARED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROGRAM

ALL STAFF MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO:

  • Enjoy interacting with children
  • Participate in all activities
  • Use good judgment and act responsibly
  • Be present and arrive on time to all meetings and activities
  • Use electronic devices ONLY during breaks (cell phone and iPod usage when counselors are with the students is strictly prohibited and cause for dismissal)
  • Dress appropriately for the school atmosphere
  • Serve as a role model and set the tone of leadership
  • Be honest
  • Be considerate
  • Be courteous and use good manners
  • Respect the work of others
  • Respect and care for materials and property
  • Follow safety rules
  • Be responsible for their own actions
  • Respect the rights of the members of the community.

▶︎ Junior Summer Camp Counselor (Grades Preschool and Kindergarten)

The Junior Camp Program is designed to foster independence and creativity for children in Preschool and Kindergarten (ages 3 – 5). Teachers and qualified assistants provide a stimulating environment. Children are introduced to various elements of the classroom such as practical life, cooking, sensorial activities, arts, crafts, music, and movement.

NOTE: APPLICANTS FOR THE DISCOVERIES PROGRAM ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE.

Hours: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm, Tuesday – Thursday

Specifically, the responsibilities of a Junior Summer Camp counselor include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Meeting with the director on a daily basis for important information, direction, and feedback
  • Supervising the campers throughout the day (in the classroom, during lunch, on the playground, etc.)
  • Assisting the lead instructors with organizing and cleaning up materials for class activities
  • Assisting the director with administrative tasks like copying, taking attendance, and keeping track of computers
  • Helping teachers provide material for the weekly newsletter
  • Accompanying children to the Health Center
  • Assisting the director and teachers with pick-up and drop-off time
  • Interacting with parents
  • MAKING STUDENTS FEEL RESPECTED, COMFORTABLE, AND CARED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROGRAM

ALL STAFF MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO:

  • Enjoy interacting with children
  • Participate in all activities
  • Use good judgment and act responsibly
  • Be present and arrive on time to all meetings and activities
  • Use electronic devices ONLY during breaks (cell phone and iPod usage when counselors are with the students is strictly prohibited and cause for dismissal)
  • Dress appropriately for the school atmosphere
  • Serve as a role model and set the tone of leadership
  • Be honest
  • Be considerate
  • Be courteous and use good manners
  • Respect the work of others
  • Respect and care for materials and property
  • Follow safety rules
  • Be responsible for their own actions
  • Respect the rights of the members of the community.

▶︎ Adventures Counselors (Grades 1-4)

The Adventures Program is a full-day program that guides students through a variety of activities that focus upon building individual initiative and group participation. Each week, new themes lead children to discover and explore basic ideas in science, math, language arts, geography, and other academic areas. Hours: 7:45 am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday

Specifically, the responsibilities of an Adventures counselor include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Meeting with the director on a daily basis for important information, direction, and feedback
  • Supervising the campers throughout the day (in the classroom, during lunch, on field trips, etc.)
  • Assisting the lead instructor with organizing and cleaning up materials for class activities
  • Assisting the Director of Adventures & Discoveries with administrative tasks like copying, taking attendance, and keeping track of computers
  • Chaperoning field trips
  • Helping teachers provide material for the weekly newsletter  Accompanying children to the Health Center
  • Assisting the director and teachers with pick-up and drop-off time
  • Interacting with parents
  • MAKING STUDENTS FEEL RESPECTED, COMFORTABLE, AND CARED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROGRAM

ALL STAFF MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO:

  • Enjoy interacting with children
  • Participate in all activities
  • Use good judgment and act responsibly
  • Be present and arrive on time to all meetings and activities
  • Use electronic devices ONLY during breaks (cell phone and iPod usage when counselors are with the students is strictly prohibited and cause for dismissal)
  • Dress appropriately for the school atmosphere
  • Serve as a role model and set the tone of leadership
  • Be honest
  • Be considerate
  • Be courteous and use good manners
  • Respect the work of others
  • Respect and care for materials and property
  • Follow safety rules
  • Be responsible for their own actions
  • Respect the rights of the members of the community

▶︎ Enrichment Teacher’s Assistants (Grades 5-12)

This modular program of enrichment classes is designed specifically for motivated students in all grades. Each class challenges participants with age- and grade-appropriate problem-solving tasks in a variety of settings and disciplines. Drawing upon a wide range of human and technological resources, students are encouraged to develop the skills of working productively in both small and large groups.

Hours: 7:45 am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday

Specifically, the responsibilities of an Enrichment teacher’s assistant include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Meeting with the director on a daily basis for important information, direction, and feedback
  • Supervising the students throughout the day (in the classroom, during lunch, between sessions, etc.)
  • Assisting the teacher with organizing and cleaning up materials for activities
  • Assisting the director with administrative tasks like copying, taking attendance, communicating with the Summer Connections Office, and keeping track of computers
  • Helping teachers provide material for the weekly newsletter
  • Accompanying children to the Health Center
  • Interacting with parents
  • MAKING STUDENTS FEEL RESPECTED, COMFORTABLE, AND CARED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROGRAM

ALL STAFF MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO:

  • Enjoy interacting with children
  • Participate in all activities
  • Use good judgment and act responsibly
  • Be present and arrive on time to all meetings and activities
  • Use electronic devices ONLY during breaks (cell phone and iPod usage when counselors are with the students is strictly prohibited and cause for dismissal)
  • Dress appropriately for the school atmosphere
  • Serve as a role model and set the tone of leadership
  • Be honest
  • Be considerate
  • Be courteous and use good manners
  • Respect the work of others
  • Respect and care for materials and property
  • Follow safety rules
  • Be responsible for their own actions
  • Respect the rights of the members of the community.

▶︎ Athletics Assistant

Sports camps expose children in grades Preschool through 12th grade to a variety of athletic activities each week. Each camp is designed to give students the opportunity to develop the important skills of coordination and movement with carefully chosen physical exercises. Coaches teach skills, rules, and strategies for the sports offered each week. Students run through drills and play games. This year, the available sports are Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Flag Football, Lawn Sports, MiniGolf/Frisbee, Soccer/Kickball, Sports Medley, and Volleyball.

Note: Two (2)  of the positions are for tennis assistants. If you have tennis experience, please highlight that in your application when asked for skills.

Hours: 7:45 am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday

Specifically, the responsibilities of an Athletics assistant include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Meeting with the director on a daily basis for important information, direction, and feedback
  • Supervising the students throughout the day (in the gym, during lunch, between sessions, etc.)
  • Assisting the coach with organizing and cleaning up materials for activities
  • Assisting the director with administrative tasks like copying, taking attendance, communicating with the Summer Connections Office, and keeping track of equipment
  • Helping teachers provide material for the weekly newsletter
  • Accompanying children to the Health Center
  • Interacting with parents
  • MAKING STUDENTS FEEL RESPECTED, COMFORTABLE, AND CARED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROGRAM
  • *All staff members are expected to:
  • Enjoy interacting with children
  • Participate in all activities
  • Use good judgment and act responsibly
  • Be present and arrive on time to all meetings and activities
  • Use electronic devices ONLY during breaks (cell phone and iPod usage when counselors are with the students is strictly prohibited and cause for dismissal)
  • Dress appropriately for the school atmosphere
  • Serve as a role model and set the tone of leadership
  • Be honest
  • Be considerate
  • Be courteous and use good manners
  • Respect the work of others
  • Respect and care for materials and property
  • Follow safety rules
  • Be responsible for their own actions
  • Respect the rights of the members of the community

▶︎ Health Office Interns

Health Office Interns support the Health Director in providing health care oversight for all Summer Connections programs. This role requires high standards in all aspects of health and wellness. You will serve as a role model to campers and staff by your actions, appearance, manners, language, and general conduct.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain Health Office activity records including, but not limited to, treatment log, medication log, near miss/accident reports, and medical records documentation for all program participants.
  • Obtain and organize health and immunization reports provided by participants. Inform camp Health Director of relevant health information. Enter information in appropriate databases or other formats.
  • Act as a liaison between Resident Director and parents regarding health needs and relevant paperwork for campers.
  • Coordinate special dietary needs with Kitchen Staff.
  • Maintain cleanliness and sanitation of the campus water stations, Health Office treatment area and equipment.
  • Inventory and order medical supplies and equipment, and replenish First Aid kits for program staff as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned by Camp Health Director.

▶︎ Scholars Science Lab Assistant

The Scholars Program offers students in grades 9 – 12 a more intense option. The offerings in this program are mostly credit bearing and can be taken in place of courses during the academic year. Other courses can be taken to build the skills and confidence necessary to succeed in the following year.

Hours: 7:45 am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday

Specifically, the responsibilities of a Science lab assistant include but are not limited to:

  • Attending a mandatory orientation before the program begins
  • Scheduling time before the program begins to meet with the Science Department Chair
  • Meeting with the director on a daily basis for important information, direction, and feedback
  • Supervising the students throughout the day (in the classroom, during lunch, between sessions, etc.)
  • Communicating with science teachers to get a daily list of materials they will need
  • Organizing and cleaning up materials for activities
  • Assisting the director with administrative tasks like copying, taking attendance, communicating with the Summer Connections Office, and keeping track of computers
  • Helping teachers provide material for the weekly newsletter
  • Accompanying children to the Health Center
  • Interacting with parents
  • MAKING STUDENTS FEEL RESPECTED, COMFORTABLE, AND CARED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROGRAM

*All staff members are expected to:

  • Enjoy interacting with children
  • Participate in all activities
  • Use good judgment and act responsibly
  • Be present and arrive on time to all meetings and activities
  • Use electronic devices ONLY during breaks (cell phone and iPod usage when counselors are with the students is strictly prohibited and cause for dismissal)
  • Dress appropriately for the school atmosphere
  • Serve as a role model and set the tone of leadership
  • Be honest
  • Be considerate
  • Be courteous and use good manners
  • Respect the work of others
  • Respect and care for materials and property
  • Follow safety rules
  • Be responsible for their own actions
  • Respect the rights of the members of the community

OUR MISSION

The mission of D-E 360° SC  is to engage learners in the joy of discovery through a variety of experiences. These include:

While it is our priority to promote student learning by placing strong emphasis on faculty and staff excellence, we also strive to make your employment/volunteer experience a rewarding one. We provide faculty/staff orientations that introduce you to the culture of our community as well as Summer Connections tuition remission for faculty/staff with children who fit the eligibility for our summer programs. We are located on a 50+acre campus with right outside of New York City.  Our campus is accessible by both private and public transportation.  

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee may occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.

STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

Dwight-Englewood is a non-profit corporation accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Dwight-Englewood does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in its admissions or employment, or in the administration of any of its programs.