Boarding and Day · Co-ed College Prep · Grades 6–12 & Postgraduate · Hebron, Maine

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The Director of Learning Support is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations and systems for delivering student learning support and accommodations, with a focus on managing documentation, scheduling, and communications. Working in close partnership with the Director of Student Support, the director is expected to collaboratively develop and further the learning support framework for the school. In addition, the Director of Learning Support will manage a student caseload of their own.

Who are we?

Our beautiful school is located in western Maine on a 1500-acre campus with trails, ponds, and mountains. We are grounded in our purpose-driven approach as an independent boarding and day school serving students in grades 6 -12 and a postgraduate year. Learning is anchored in topics that are relevant -- to students and the world -- and we create space for students to drive their own learning with their own questions. Most importantly, we know real learning and belonging can only happen when all students are seen, valued, and engaged. Rooted in Maine, we cultivate trailblazers.

Who are you?

You are an enthusiastic person who is interested in working with adolescents in a residential school environment and have a particular passion for the visual arts. You are excited to contribute to a culture of awareness, understanding, and respect for all individuals and groups, with the ability to communicate in a culturally responsive manner. You seek a deeply relational and intentionally small community where you will be encouraged and supported to bring your full self to all aspects of your work.

What would you do?

Your most important duties are to:

  • Provide leadership and oversight of the day-to-day operations of the learning support program
  • Review neuropsychoeducational testing, documentation and reports, create and update Individual Academic Plans (IAPs), and maintain support plan files for students with documents/demonstrated learning differences and/or neurodivergent learning profiles.
  • Create an appropriate schedule for student support and academic coaching in consultation with the Director of Upper School, Director of Middle School, and the Director of Student Support.
  • Ensure accommodations for SAT and ACT when appropriate, documented and meet eligibility requirements
  • Manage caseload of students and provide direct student support
  • Serve as member of the administrative Student Support Team and Academic Affairs Committee
  • Works in collaboration with the Director of Student Support
  • Coordinate school-wide professional development in areas of learning differences and learning support for faculty; support faculty in differentiated instructional strategies
  • Collaborate with the admissions team to determine prospective students' academic support needs
  • Collaborate with Director of Student Support on all policy and protocols pertaining to supporting students and/or faculty
  • Remain current on relevant educational research and act as a resource to faculty and administration in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices, including the implications for the school's student life and residential life programs
  • Demonstrate professionalism and a strong work ethic and the ability to serve as a strong team member both inside and outside the classroom
  • Participate actively in after school, weekend, residential, and extra-curricular programming along with other members of the faculty to understand students outside as well as inside the classroom
  • Night/weekend duty as assigned


  • Bachelor's degree in education or special education; Master's degree preferred
  • At least 5 years prior experience in the field of learning support for students requiring accommodations with a record of high achievement
  • Expertise in interpretation and application of neuropsychoeducational testing, individual academic plan processes, reporting, and coordination of neuropsychoeducational testing services
  • Demonstrated a thorough understanding of differentiated instructional strategies across the curriculum, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)
  • Effective communication skills that promote positive relationships with students, families, and colleagues
  • Exemplary organizational skills
  • Experience working with and coordinating work with student support teams and parents
  • Strong work ethic and high level of integrity
  • Experience working at independent schools; boarding school experience preferred

Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references to


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