Dublin School, an intentionally small, independent boarding and day school in Dublin, New Hampshire seeks an inspirational Nordic ski coach and math teacher to help build up its Nordic program and support its excellent math department. Located at the trailhead of Mount Monadnock in southern New Hampshire in one of the highest towns in the state, Dublin School has over 300 acres of land with developed trails and potential for expansion of its current trail system.
Dublin School is a community oriented school where students thrive in our small classrooms and dormitories. With a staff of 60 adults and a student population of 125 kids, close collaboration between faculty and students has been a hallmark of the school’s enduring culture. Every Saturday the faculty and students work for three hours improving the campus, cutting ski trails, and learning the value of meaningful work. With our motto, “Truth and Courage,” students are challenged to become responsible young adults who embrace challenge and take risks in a supportive atmosphere.
Interested applicants are encouraged to visit our website at www.dublinschool.org. Applicants should be willing and eager to work collaboratively in a residential school that expects faculty to participate actively in weekend events. This position involves teaching four high school math classes (with a combined total student load of approximately 35 students), coaching Nordic skiing and one other sport, serving as a dormitory parent, and helping build a Bill Koch League program. The successful candidate will receive a competitive salary, housing, food, and benefits.
Dublin School has a long and storied history of skiing, but its current teams are purely recreational. Former ski racer and new Head of School Brad Bates hopes to build the team up to a more competitive level, develop a racing venue, and support local junior skiers in the Monadnock Region. Interested applicants should contact Brad and send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.