Current Faculty Openings

Adjunct Coaches

Northfield Mount Hermon, a secondary boarding school located in Western Massachusetts is actively recruiting adjunct coaches in the following areas:

  • Girls Varsity Assistant Volleyball Coach

  • Outdoor Program Assistant Coach

  • Varsity Assistant Swim Coach

  • Boys Varsity Baseball Coach

  • Girls JV Softball Coach

  • Girls JV Lacrosse Coach

The successful applicant will have substantial experience in athletics as a coach preferably at the secondary school level or higher education.  Candidates must have excellent organizational and decision-making skills and demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Familiarity with rules and regulations of relevant athletic associations required. As an adjunct coach you may be asked to be available to students, colleagues, and parents for the necessary and sometimes unpredictable contacts that are an integral part of a boarding school program.  

Candidates should have a demonstrated interest in making a positive impact on the lives of adolescents and embrace the opportunity to work with a diverse community in a boarding school environment.  To apply for this position, please stop by the office of Human Resources to complete an application, or send or e-mail a cover letter and resume to:

Human Resources

Northfield Mount Hermon

One Lamplighter Way Mount Hermon, MA 01354

Phone: (413) 498-3229; Fax: (413) 498-3240

E-mail: hr@nmhschool.org

**Screening will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled. **

Northfield Mount Hermon is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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