Rock Point School is looking for Residential Educators to join our team! Our Residential Educators are vital members of our school staff, teaching our students life skills, taking them on adventures, and supporting them to form healthy relationships. We are looking for people with energy, patience, a sense of humor, and the desire to help guide our students through the challenges and joys of adolescence.
This is a full-time position, including weekend and evening hours. There is an option to live on campus, or live off-campus and be available for overnight shifts. This job requires working on a residence hall.
Positions start in August!
* Planning and supervising student activities, such as:
* Weekend and evening activities & trips
* Weekend meals
* Outdoor adventures
* Dorm floor and other meetings
* Student chores
* Sports class
* One-on-one advising
* Communicating with parents and families when necessary
* Overnight (live-in) supervision & on-call 3-4 nights/week
* Modeling and helping students follow CDC guidelines regarding COVID safety
The ideal candidate:
* Loves working with people, especially teens
* Is a creative problem solver
* Has patience, humor, and a driver’s license
* Is willing and able to get a commercial driver’s license if they don’t already have one (RPS will help with this)
* Has at least two years of college and two years of professional experience, or a Bachelor’s Degree.
Rock Point School is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Examples of our recent actions in diversity, equity, and belonging include our staff and students participating in the “Point Made Learning” program called “Look Deeper: Race.” Because of our connection to the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont, we also have been involved with the work Bishop Shannon MacVean Brown has done, grappling with the racist history of the Episcopal Church. Our Head of School is currently the head of the Antiracism Action Committee within the diocese. Due to this work, students and staff resolved to remove a large portrait of Bishop Hopkins from the school due to what we learned about his racist beliefs and hung a Black Lives Matter Flag in front of the school. In our school curriculum, teachers have worked to center the voices of people who are outside the dominant culture. For example in our U.S. history class, An Indigenous People's History of the United States is a central text, and this year students are reading and discussing pieces from 400 Hundred Souls, A Community History of African America, 1619-2019. We also have an active GSA club that participates in statewide events with Outright Vermont. This fall Pamela Schuller, an alumna of Rock Point and a disability activist and comedian, came to perform and give workshops to the community on inclusion. Our administrators recently attended a workshop by the Association of Independent Schools in New England on building inclusive hiring practices for the school and we continue to seek out ways to make our school more inclusive. Our efforts to incorporate anti-racism and anti-bias teachings into our curriculum and community are ongoing and crucial to the future of our school.