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 The Fund for BC High

    Posted 8/10/17
    Department: Office of Institutional Advancement
    Reports TO: Director of Development
    Boston College High School is a Jesuit Catholic college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1863. The school enrolls approximately 1,600-day students in grades seven through twelve from over 100 communities in eastern Massachusetts.

    The Assistant Director of The Fund for BC High is appointed by the Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

    General Expectations
    The Assistant Director serves as a key member of the Advancement team in raising the profile and revenue of The Fund for BC High through strategic, targeted engagements based on a moves management model.
    The Assistant Director will work closely with all constituencies within the context of our strategic plan for The Fund for BC High. The Assistant Director will strategize with both the Director of Alumni Relations and the Director of Development on new ways to identify, renew, and expand young alumni donor involvement.

    Primary Responsibilities
    • Engage constituents as a frontline fundraiser, cultivating relationships and coordinating many one-to-one visits to solicit gifts and renewals.
    • Play a vital role in donor stewardship, thanking donors and asking them to renew their support of BC High annually.
    • Identify new major gift prospects and new loyalty donors.
    • Oversees the entire Young Alumni Loyalty Society program and the annual appreciation reception.
    • Manage events related to The Fund for BC High including, but not limited to, reunions, conference calls, and seasonal-specific events.
    • Create alumni connections and communities of interest through social media.
    • Oversee the class agent volunteer program and BC High Associates communication.
    • Assist with the school’s BC Hire program helping to secure job placements with more than 150 paid internships through BC High’s evolving network of parent and graduate employers and mentors.
    • Recruit, identify and strategically manage class agents, admissions ambassadors, and other alumni volunteers.  
    • Craft appeal letters, thank-you cards, email push pages, alumni correspondence, brochures and other related printed materials.
    • Coordinate student volunteers and develop the school’s Senior Class Gift committee.
    The ideal candidate will possess the ability to energize a variety of constituents about the mission of BC High and be able to speak and write persuasively. He/she should be highly organized, possess an understanding of advancement principles and best practices, and be conversant in peer-to-peer technologies.
    Perform other duties as assigned.

    Occasional night and weekend work, bachelor’s degree, and strong computer skills are required.

    A commitment to Jesuit, Catholic education and the goals and values of Boston College High School is critical.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via to Suzann Sweeney at ssweeney@bchigh.edu  
  • BC High Eagle Nest Early Childhood Education Teacher

    Posted 6/6/17
    Eagles Nest Daycare is looking for Early Childhood Education Teachers to work full time starting the end of August.
    We are a 10-month program and follow the BC High school calendar.
    • Loves working with young children
    • Can create age appropriate learning environment
    • Works well as a team 
    Degree in Early Childhood is helpful but not required.
    Please contact Mary Sweeney at msweeney@bchigh.edu.
  • Director of Technology

    Posted 6/2/17
    The Director of Technology leads a key function of the school and is responsible for setting a vision for the technology necessary to support the academic and other programs of BC High. The Technology team includes 4 ½ direct reports and 1 indirect report. The Director of Technology is responsible for creating a team to support faculty, staff and students and working across functions to serve the technology needs all departments.
    The Director of Technology will be responsible for developing a technology strategy for BC High for the next 10 years.
    Required Qualifications:
    BC High’s Director of Technology will lead a key department within the school. A strong candidate will have the ability to engage with both faculty, administrators and staff effectively and to earn the respect of all the major constituents of the school community. The candidate will also have excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and an ability to set a technology strategy which he or she can articulate to a large audience including those without technology experience.
    Setting a Vision for the Technology Department:
    • Sets a vision for the technology department which starts with supporting BC High’s academic and other student-centered programs. Partners closely with academic leadership to support innovations and other strategic initiatives in the classroom.
    • Leads discussions with academic leadership on how to leverage technology to support advancement in the school’s academic programs.
    • Creates a team to support the technology needs of the academic and other departments of the school.
    • Develops a cohesive plan to evaluate, acquire, install and maintain the information and communications technology software to support instructional and business needs of BC High.
    • Maintains an inventory of software utilized by the school and develops a strategic plan to ensure the software is integrated and leveraged to best serve the aggregate needs of all school departments.
    • Develops implementation strategies for new hardware and software implementations and upgrades that include timely communication and training with faculty and staff.
    Core Abilities:
    • Manages the technology team to ensure resources are allocated appropriately and that the team members are developed to meet emerging trends in the industry.
    • Works with appropriate academic and administrative departments to evaluate hardware, software, courseware.
    • Manages technical budgets, allocates resources, and determines appropriate project schedules.
    • Manages the overall acquisition of hardware and software. Maintains accurate inventories. Establishes guidelines for sharing equipment campus-wide.
    • Provides technical support as needed for all website activities.
    • Manages technology contracts with outside vendors, and agencies.
    • Meets and consults with school administrators on the development, maintenance, and effectiveness of data applications; and develops and maintains effective communication and working relationships with administrative divisions and schools.
    • Assures the security and validity of data and information through the development of security procedures. Stays abreast of data privacy issues and regulations ensuring the technology protocols at BC High are compliant.
    Preferred qualifications and characteristics of the ideal candidate:

    Knowledge of:
    • Data communications theory, protocols, and hardware.
    • Servers and server operating systems.
    • Personal computer hardware and software.
    • Database design and management.
    • Customer service design, organization and operation.
    • Internet and Intranet development standards.
    • Strategic planning and project management.
    • Instructional methods and techniques.
    • Organization, management, and control of complex computer equipment and data processing systems.
    • Principles and practices of personnel supervision and training.
    • Principles of budget preparation and administration.

    Other Qualifications:
    • Ability to maintain confidential and positive working relationships with administrators, faculty, staff, parents, students, school and community organizations, vendors, and the general public.
    • Experience working in a collaborative environment where leadership is shared and opinions of others are valued and respected. Demonstrated ability to perform as part of a high functioning team; preferably in a Catholic, Jesuit school.
    • Professional experience and proven success in coordinating, mentoring, and motivating a staff while holding everyone accountable and helping each grow professionally.
    • Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills; organizational and time management skills.
    • Candidates with an advanced degree are preferred (minimum of a bachelor's degree).
    • Minimum 10 years experience, preferably in an educational setting
    Interested candidates:
    Submit a cover letter, resumes, and references to:
    Eileen Phinney, Director of Human Resources, at phinney@bchigh.edu by June 23, 2017

    For more information about Boston College High School, please visit: www.bchigh.edu.
  • Religious Education Teacher

    Posted 5/11/17
    Boston College High School seeks a full-time Catholic Religious Education teacher for the 2017-2018 academic year. Ideal candidates will have an advanced degree in Religious Studies, Pastoral Studies, Theology and/or Divinity Studies, as well as experience teaching at the high school level.
    Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to:
    Margaret Scanlon
    Chair, Religious Education Department
    Boston College High School
    150 Morrissey Boulevard
    Boston, MA 02125

    or email to scanlon@bchigh.edu 
  • Coordinator of Special Events and Stewardship

    Posted 5/11/2017
    TITLE: Coordinator of Special Events and Stewardship
    DEPARTMENT: Office for Institutional Advancement
    REPORTS TO: Vice President for Institutional Advancement
    Boston College High School is a Jesuit Catholic college-preparatory school for boys founded in 1863. The school enrolls approximately 1,500 day students in grades seven through twelve from over 140 communities in eastern Massachusetts.
    General Overview
    Position reports to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and is responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of all Advancement events–constituent engagement, stewardship, and revenue generating, and other school-wide events as requested.   
    This person must have at least 2+ years of event planning experience and be a proven self-starter with strong project management skills, possess the ability to speak and write persuasively, work with attention to detail and an adherence to guidelines while multi-tasking. 
    Primary Responsibilities
    • Responsible for the planning and execution of all Advancement Office events on campus.  This person will work closely with all members of the Advancement Office, but specifically, the Director of Alumni Relations and Director of Parent Programs; it is critical that these positions work in harmony and collaboration with each other.
    • Responsible for the annual golf tournament including logistics, marketing, sponsorships, auction items and program.
    • Work with the Development Assistant and the Director of Alumni Relations to confirm all correspondence related to events in the Alumni/Advancement email account are answered.
    • Coordinate with the Director of Marketing and Communications on all event invitations, printing, mailings, event software, e-marketing, and web updates.
    • Oversight of event budgets, expense, and revenue reports.
    • Serve as the Advancement Office representative at the weekly facility meetings and addressing any concerns or issues that may arise.
    • Respond to phone calls and emails to alumni, parents and advancement@bchigh.edu regarding event inquiries and responses. Oversee all event preparation including securing locations, speakers, program, timelines, event briefings, RSVP tracking through online software and follow up phone calls.
    • Responsible for all stewardship events.
    • Responsible for driving and directing the scholarship book/event document process in conjunction with the Director of Marketing and Communications and the Development Assistant.
    • Responsible for stewardship and management of endowed funds and current year scholarships.
    • Work with the Senior Director of Institutional Advancement, the Admissions Office and Director of Financial Aid on Scholarship assignments in adherence with donor intent.
    • Track scholarship assignments in database, working with Director of Financial Aid, Operations Assistant and Database Manager, including current year scholarships and special funds. 
    • Manage student scholarship thank you notes process.
    • Ensure endowed fund criteria is recorded and current in database by working with prospect managers and Operations Assistant.
    Stewardship cont.
    • Responsible for annual endowed fund donor reports, coordinating with Director of Individual Gifts & Estate Planning for financials.
    • Assist with financial reporting and edits of stewardship documents for high level donors, collaborating with the Senior Director of Institutional Advancement and Director of Major Gifts and Strategic Partnerships.
    • Coordinate gifts to top donors as appropriate working with the President’s Assistant as necessary.
    • Assist with other BC High school-wide events as requested.
    • Assist the Vice President for Institutional Advancement in other areas of advancement as requested.
    • Occasional night and weekend work required, ability to travel.
    Skills & Knowledge
     Exemplary written and verbal communication and negotiation skills with demonstrated fundraising experience.
    Contribute to maintaining positive office morale, even in the face of high work volume and challenging periods.
    Must possess an ability to generate confidence, excitement, and energy with volunteers, donors, and co-workers.
    Self-starter with the ability to work both independently and in a collaborative team environment.
    Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion and to deal with internal conflict in ways that lead to enhanced teamwork.
    Proven ability to relate and communicate with a diverse audience.
    Exceptional planning, administrative and organizational skills, ability to take initiative, manage time efficiently, meet deadlines, and manage competing priorities.
    Flexibility, creativity, and attention to detail.
    Strong Microsoft Office skills required, proficiency in graphic design programs and database experience with Raiser’s Edge software preferred.
    Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years of event experience required. Project management experience preferred.
    Understanding of and appreciation for the philanthropic process and individual giving behaviors combined with direct solicitation experience.
    A commitment to Jesuit, Catholic education and the goals and values of Boston College High School is critical.
    Please send resume and cover letter to Eileen Phinney, phinney@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