Employment Opportunities

Working at Boston College High School means joining a dynamic community of educators and staff, committed to forming young men into compassionate and caring citizens of the world. Our administrators, faculty, staff and coaches are deeply invested in our mission, and find being a part of this community rewarding, both professionally and personally.
As employment opportunities become available, they will be listed below. If you are interested in pursuing an opportunity to work at Boston College High School, submit your resume as directed in the specific posting:

Current Openings

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  • Assistant Director of Enrollment Management

    Assistant Director of Enrollment Management
    General Overview          
    Reporting to the Director of Enrollment Management, this full-time position will partner with the Enrollment team to implement a comprehensive strategy that meets institutional targets while recruiting, enrolling, and retaining talented students.  Integral to that work, s/he will build essential relationships with prospective families, school leaders, current families, alumni, and community-based organizations.  S/he will serve as the primary point of contact for families in a portfolio of assigned towns within BC High’s enrollment catchment area, leading applicants from inquiry through annual re-enrollment.  S/he will be responsible for meeting inquiry, application, and enrollment targets that are pre-determined for each town.  Given the nature of the office, s/he will be involved in all main functions of the Enrollment Office including responding to inquiries, interviewing and touring families, reviewing applications, and representing BC High at on- and off-campus events.
    • Serving as the primary point of contact in assigned towns, s/he will be knowledgeable about all aspects of these towns, including, but not limited to: town budget, school budget, school-aged child demographics, middle and high school programs, currently enrolled students from that town, past students enrolled from that town, and influential parents and alumni.
    • Lead families through the full enrollment cycle including admission application and financial aid application (if necessary).
    • Provide personalized communication to assigned families being responsive to their motivations in considering BC High for their son.
    • Participate in the coordination and implementation of all on- and off-campus enrollment events, including but not limited to: Open House, Information Nights/Sessions, Community Receptions, Accepted Student Programs, and new events as they evolve.
    • Respond to phone/email inquiries, conduct interviews, provide tours for prospective families, review applications, and travel to assigned towns representing BC High and/or the Enrollment Office at on an off-campus forms.
    • Implement the departments newly designed personalized outreach to accepted students. This will include engaging appropriate members of the BC High community, tracking interactions, and conducting necessary follow-up.
    • Record daily interactions with students and families in the department’s database.
    • Five to ten years of professional enrollment or transferable experience providing direct customer support in an educational setting.
    • Demonstrated ability to meet goals and prioritize work according to deadlines and department priorities.
    • Ability to work independently and troubleshoot inquiries from prospective students and families.
    • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
    • Ability to be a team player by sharing information and offering assistance to colleagues. Ability to offer thoughtful contributions at meetings and the ability to respect others regardless of differences
    • Ability to build rapport with families and students and to provide timely, accurate information about BC High and the application process
    • Experience managing competing priorities while providing the highest level of internal and external customer service.
      Experience and comfort working with database systems and the desire to learn, navigate and manage the departments system with timeliness and accuracy.
    • Belief in the value of a Jesuit education and the capacity to articulate those beliefs to all constituent groups.
    • Enthusiasm, energy, and a desire to work with students and families.
    • Commitment to culturally responsive practices.
    • Bachelor’s degree.
    Please send letters of inquiry and resumes to Charlie Drane, Vice President for Enrollment Management, drane@bchigh.edu.
  • Biology Teacher

    Biology Teacher
    Boston College High School, a Jesuit, college preparatory school in Boston, MA is looking for a full-time Biology teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.  We are committed to hiring diverse and talented educators to join our community.  Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to John Sullivan, Science Department Chair, jsullivan@bchigh.edu.
  • Human Resources Manager

    Title: Human Resources Manager
    Department: Finance and Accounting
    Reports To: Senior Vice President Administration, Finance & Strategic Planning
    The Human Resources Manager (HR) will report to the Senior Vice President Administration, Finance & Strategic Planning, and for issues surrounding faculty, will report directly to the Principal. The HR Manager is responsible for designing and implementing strategy, oversight and day to day management to ensure that BC High’s mission is upheld in its culture, practices, and people. Responsibilities include full-cycle recruiting efforts from drafting job descriptions, to managing the recruiting pipeline and candidate experience, coordinating interviews and facilitating feedback. In addition, this leadership role will include design and oversight of employee wellness programs and relations, compensation, benefits, federal and state law compliance, adjudicating policies and procedures, and advising employees and the school leadership on all human resource matters.

    Essential Functions and Key Objectives

    Strategist: Support the strategic needs of BC High by articulating the School’s values, and contributing to the development and strengthening of a diverse, inclusive, positive, and supportive community.
    • Establish a presence on campus, developing relationships with senior leadership colleagues as well as faculty and staff throughout the school.
    • Design hiring and termination practices that fit the School’s mission and that conform with human resources best practices.
    Cultural Ambassador: champion BC High’s core values, mission and culture.
    • Collaborate regularly with the Mission, Diversity, and Inclusion Teams on issues related to diversity and inclusivity in the School as a whole, and specifically as these topics relate to recruitment, hiring, and retaining a diverse staff at the School.
    • Serve as a central point of contact for people, policy and process questions and assist team members in better understanding how to navigate the organization and where to go for answers.
    • Design employee wellness and employee engagement programs to be adopted school-wide.
    Talent Acquisition and retention: support full-cycle recruiting efforts from drafting job descriptions, to managing the recruiting pipeline and candidate experience, coordinating interviews and facilitating feedback.
    • Manage and participate in all hiring and termination processes.
    • Establish process to review hiring and retention success with particular focus on diverse members of the BC High community.
    On-Boarding/Off-boarding: as the first point of contact for our new hires, develop and deliver a best in class on-boarding experience for all hires and build effective cross-functional relationships with Finance, IT, Office Management and school leaders to ensure on-boarding training is effective and relevant.

    Performance management: Design and implement school-wide performance management review processes, implement personnel policies and procedures; update and continuously improve the Employee Handbook recommending new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in the efficiency of the department and the services performed. Work with managers and employees to manage and resolve employee relations matters; educate directors and supervisors on human resources best practices.

    Benefits and compensation: Manage the School’s benefits and leaves program including plan design, the introduction of new benefits, vendor relationships, enrollment processes, forecasting and analysis, claims resolution, fiduciary oversight, reporting requirements, and collaborate with Finance on payroll operations.

    Compliance: Ensure timely and accurate compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations.

    Other: Perform other duties as required and assigned.

    Qualifications and Core Competencies

    • Alignment with the mission of BC High as a Catholic, Jesuit, educational institution and the ability to articulate and steward the School’s core values.
    • A bachelor's degree, master's preferred.
    • Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or similar certification preferred.
    • 5-10 years of Human Resources experience with evidence of increasing responsibility and expertise implementing best human resources practices.
    • A strategic thinker who encourages collaborative work and measured progress toward goals.
    • • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion.
    • Adaptable and able to respond to various competing demands, with the highest level of customer/client service.
    • Ability to evaluate and implement appropriate human resources software.
    • Excellent computer and analysis skills; expertise in Excel.
    • The ability to cultivate and build superior relationships with all employees and applicants.
    • Demonstrated time management skills.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • A strong commitment to education and experience leading diversity and inclusion initiatives.
    • Sense of humor and ability to promote positivity.
    • A high level of integrity and an extraordinary work ethic.
    • Successful completion ofa criminal records background check.
  • Hyde Center Associate Director

    Job Title: Hyde Center Associate Director
    Department: Hyde Center for Global Education
    Reports to: Vice-President for Global Mission and Identity
    The Hyde Center Associate Director (HCAD) is responsible for the day to day management of the Hyde Center, and all associated travel offerings. Specifically, the HCAD is responsible for managing the BC High Experience for all visiting groups of faculty and students throughout the academic year. The HCAD will serve as the primary link between the Hyde Center and its partners to assure a successful visit to BC High. The HCAD will also serve as the primary parent liaison for all Hyde Center programming purposes. The HCAD will also work to develop and fine tune sustainable leadership practices for program leaders, and will make significant contributions to the overall implementation of a comprehensive global education program at BC High.
    Summary of Essential Job Functions

    • Oversee the BC High experience for all visiting groups; this includes, but is not limited to, developing the complete program for visiting groups, communicating with partner schools prior to arrival, coordinating the on the ground experience, and working with the HC Admin Assistant to execute the necessary logistics for a groups visit. The HCAD will directly manage half the visiting groups, and will assist in the management of other half.
    • Collaborate with Arrupe leadership to integrate a comprehensive global education program into both their current offerings, as well as developing new methodologies for implementing global education practices
    • Work with the Hyde Center Assistant Director to continuously develop the Hyde Scholars program and integrate global education into the classroom at BC High.
    • Create an Ignatian based evaluation tool for each HC program that allows the Hyde Center to gage the success of each program. This tool should allow the Hyde Center to annually review each program offering to assure it meets our standards.
    • Develop a reentry program for students that facilitates their continued growth and development as a result of their experience abroad.
    • Serve as the primary HC parent liaison for all communication purposes with parents regarding their sons Hyde Center experience. Be willing to serve as an emergency contact for both host families and families of traveling students.
    • Develop and manage a sustainable host family orientation practice, using successful best practices and lessons learned from each hosting experience.
    • Collaborate with current partner schools on collaborative programs to ensure the Hyde Center is professionally represented in these partnerships and exhibits strong and effective leadership.
    • Effectively communicate with all partner schools and institutions for the purposes of annual program maintenance and sustainable relationships.
    • Lead the Application Week execution process and ensuing decision making process for student applications
    • Provide leadership to the Hyde Center Office Manager
    Primary Skills Needed
    • Experience in multicultural settings, preferably with programs that involve student travel
    • Superior communication skills; both verbal and written
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to work in a collaborative team environment
    • Ability and willingness to travel abroad if needed
    This position supervises the following personal:
    • This position has no direct reports
  • Physics Teacher

    Physics Teacher
    Boston College High School, a Jesuit, college preparatory school in Boston, MA is looking for a full-time Physics teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.  We are committed to hiring diverse and talented educators to join our community.  Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to John Sullivan, Science Department Chair, jsullivan@bchigh.edu.
  • Director of Finance

    Title: Director of Finance
    Department: Finance and Accounting
    Reports To: Senior Vice President Administration, Finance and Strategic Planning

    The Director of Finance is responsible for directing the daily operations of the Finance & Accounting office and its staff members. This includes providing monthly and quarterly financial statements, budget vs actuals, cash flow, and other financial reporting. This includes oversight and maintenance of the general ledger and all subsidiary ledgers, as well as the fixed asset, accounts receivable, accounts payable and billing functions. In addition, the position has responsibility for the bookstore and summer programs. The Director will work closely with the Manager of Human Resources, Director of Information Technology and the Director of Facilities as part of the management team of Administration and Finance.

    Summary of Essential Job Functions

    • Oversee all journal entries posted to the General Ledger. Oversee the reconciliation of all bank statements, ledger accounts and subsidiary ledgers. Review the fixed asset ledger including asset additions, deletions and monthly depreciation reports. Ensure compliance with all financial and accounting system controls and standards.
    • Oversee monthly payroll activity.
    • Primary responsibility to work with the School’s auditors to prepare and complete the annual financial statement audit. This includes a vast array of reports, calculations, spreadsheets, reconciliations, etc. as required by the audit process in the creation of the School’s financial statements.
    • Provide leadership and guidance to Finance & Accounting Office staff, the Bookstore Manager, and the Director of Summer Programs including assisting with duties and preparing annual goals and annual performance reviews.
    • Oversee the distribution of all financial aid and scholarship money to student accounts.
    • Oversee the operation of the Bookstore and the School’s student debit card program. Serve as the liaison with the Advancement Office to maintain accurate accounting for all donations and pledges. Works with the Student Affairs Office on matters relating to student transportation and miscellaneous fees.
    • Assist SVP with the preparation and maintenance of the School’s annual budget. Create budget reports and work with department heads as necessary on individual budget questions/problems.
    • Assist the SVP with financial planning, forecasting and budget management functions. Work with leadership team to prioritize the needs of the school and allocate resources accordingly.
    • Recommend benchmarks for measuring the financial and operating performance of the school.
    • Monitor and analyze monthly operating results against budget
    • Manage the preparation of financial forecasts in coordination with the SVP
    • Work with department managers and academic leaders and chairs to develop five-year business plans
    • Strategic planning with the SVP in areas of enrollment, advancement and auxiliary services
    • Oversight and management of auxiliary services including Bookstore, Dining Services and Campus Rentals.
    • Assist in establishing short- and long-range departmental goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures
    • Design, establish, and maintain an organizational structure to effectively accomplish the departments goals and objectives
    • In coordination with the SVP, serve as a conduit to the Board of Trustees on matters of Audit, Finance, and Investment
    • Serve on planning and policy-making committees
    • Work closely with the Enrollment Management department to ensure we meet the enrollment objectives of the school, including financial aid strategies and targets.
    • Manage the internal reporting and activity of an $80 million endowment

    Skills and Abilities

    • Degree in Business, Accounting, or Finance or, 5 - 7 years experience in financial management, in a not-for-profit educational setting.
    • High level experience in independent schools, higher education, or non-profit organizations.
    • Ability to analyze data, create summary reports, models and forecasts.
    • Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including GAAP. Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, and projections.
    • Excellent management and leadership skills, with experience overseeing a large staff.
    • Requires professional verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with a wide range of individual styles.
    • Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems, experience specifically with Blackbaud preferred.
    • This position supervises the following personnel
    • Controller
    • Director of Summer Programs
    • Bookstore Manager
  • School Social Worker/Adjustment Counselor

    School Social Worker/Adjustment Counselor
    Boston College High School, an all-male, diverse, inclusive, Catholic, Jesuit, college prep school seeks candidates for an adjustment counselor position starting late August 2019. Some of the responsibilities include:
    -          Meeting with students individually and in groups to support their social and emotional well- being.
    -          Collaborating with guidance counselors, teachers, parents and administrators to assess the issues negatively affecting students and devising a potential plan of action to ensure academic success.
    -          Conducting safety evaluations and ensuring appropriate referrals for students with suicidal or homicidal ideation.
    -          Providing students and parents with referrals to area mental health providers, educational testing professionals and specialized tutors.
    -          Coordinating treatment with students’ outside caregivers.
    -          Helping to facilitate the reentry to school of students who have been absent due to mental health issues.
    -          Facilitating groups for students with shared issues (e.g. bereavement, anger management, and parental divorce.)
    -          Participating in weekly meetings with administrators to update them on specific students of concern and plan further interventions.
    -          Serving as a resource to the school community should a crisis arise involving students, faculty or staff.
    -          Helping counselors, teachers and parents better understand student learning challenges, including ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Learning Disabilities.
    Ideal candidates would have a Masters or advanced degree in social work, mental health counseling or clinical psychology. Several years of clinical experience is preferred. Interested applicants should send their cover letter and resume to newhire@bchigh.edu.

Our Commitment

We recognize the essential contribution a diverse community of students, faculty and staff makes, in an atmosphere of mutual respect, to the advancement of its mission. Accordingly, we are dedicated to maintaining a welcoming environment for all people, particularly those who may be vulnerable to discrimination.

BC High is committed to its Jesuit, Catholic mission and rejects and condemns all forms of harassment, wrongful discrimination and disrespect. Moreover, it is the policy of the School, while reserving its lawful rights to take actions designed to sustain its Jesuit, Catholic mission, to provide equal opportunity in employment regardless of a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, marital or veteran's status. This policy relates to all aspects of employment including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, transfer, discipline or termination.

Located in the City

Boston College High School is located within the city of Boston on Columbia Point a short walk from the JFK/Columbia MBTA and Commuter Rail station. 

150 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125