Canterbury School seeks a Head Boys’ Varsity Squash Coach for employment for the 2022-2023 school year. Candidates must enjoy working with adolescents and must possess an exceptional work ethic and a sense of humor. Strong preference will be given to candidates with a proven record of both playing and coaching experience. This position may be filled part-time (coaching only) or as a full faculty teaching position in Spanish. For full-time faculty teaching applicants, strong preference will be given to candidates with a subject-area degree and includes extra-curricular activities, and possibly dormitory duty and/or coaching a second athletic season in addition to squash.
Canterbury School is a co-educational, boarding high school located in northwestern Connecticut, approximately one hour northeast of New York City. The school is comprised of approximately 325 students (of whom 70% are boarding), possesses excellent facilities, and is committed to the continuing education of its faculty. Canterbury is a school of balanced, talented, and spirited students. Canterbury has completed several major capital projects in the past three years and is heading into a strategic plan that will continue this momentum. The campus and programs may be viewed at the School’s website: www.cbury.org.
How to Apply
Résumé, letter of interest, transcript (which may be unofficial) and 2-3 letters of recommendation should be forwarded to Associate Head of School for Academics Sue Roberts 101 Aspetuck Avenue New Milford, CT 06776 or emailed to Sue Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canterbury School, in the treatment of employees and applicants for employment, is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. To learn more about Canterbury’s efforts to maintain a diverse and inclusive community, please visit our website at www.cbury.org/about/dei. Finally, Canterbury complies with all federal and state guidelines regarding COVID-19 prevention, including the Connecticut state mandate that all employees of K-12 schools be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. This mandate is subject to medical and religious exemptions.