Cardigan Mountain School A boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 9

Careers at Cardigan

Cardigan Mountain School is a junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six through nine, located in Canaan, New Hampshire. The School seeks to employ individuals who will share our commitment to supporting the School’s mission: “To offer a close-knit community that prepares middle school boys—in mind, body, and spirit—for responsible and meaningful lives in a global society.” The School offers competitive salaries and benefits in a rewarding work environment defined by the strength of our community and our core values: compassion, integrity, respect and courage.

Alumni Relations Associate

The Alumni Relations Associate will support the overall efforts of the Development Office by assisting the Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations in executing a long-term approach to engaging and/or re-engaging Cardigan’s alumni base with the goal of creating and fostering lifelong relationships between the School and its alumni. The Alumni Relations Associate will endeavor to increase alumni engagement, event attendance, alumni giving, and involvement of new alumni in institutional leadership roles. View the full position description (PDF).

Development Associate

The Development Associate will work collaboratively with members of the Development Office to advance the goals of Cardigan Mountain School, with a focus on supporting the fundraising efforts of The Annual Fund for Cardigan and The Campaign for Cardigan 2020. View the full position description (PDF).

Life Science Teacher

Cardigan Mountain School seeks an experienced, committed, and dynamic educator to teach 7th grade Life Science for the 2020-2021 school year. The Life Science curriculum integrates theory and practice as students learn about life through the Lab-Aids curriculum and caring for living creatures in our Living Laboratory program. View the full position description (PDF).

Director of Summer Programs

Cardigan Mountain School seeks an experienced, committed, and dynamic leader to manage the School’s summer programs, while serving in a limited faculty role during the academic year. The Director of Summer Programs will oversee all aspects of the Summer Session program, including student recruitment, budget management, staff recruitment and hiring, and overall operational and strategic management of the program. During the academic year, the Director will serve as part of the School’s administrative team, while taking on several important student-facing responsibilities. This role reports to the Assistant Head of School. For the complete position description and application process information, please click here.

Faculty Positions

Cardigan Mountain School seeks to employ faculty who will share in and support the School’s commitment to the growth of our students. In addition to excellence as educators, candidates should possess a desire to add to the vibrancy of the Cardigan community through sharing hobbies, acting as dorm parents, and the like. For more details about faculty responsibilities, please download our complete faculty position description.

To apply for a position, please email your resume to opportunities@cardigan.org or mail it to:

Josh LeRoy
Assistant Head of School & Dean of Faculty
Cardigan Mountain School
62 Alumni Drive
Canaan, NH 03741

Staff Positions

Cardigan employs a number of staff members in a variety of roles. To apply for a position, please email your resume to ssolberg@cardigan.org or mail it to:
 
Stephen Solberg
Assistant Head of School & Chief Financial Officer
Cardigan Mountain School 
62 Alumni Drive
Canaan, NH 03741

Summer Session Teachers

Summer Session Teachers

To apply for a position for Summer Session 2020, please click here.

Cardigan Mountain School is an equal opportunity employer, and will not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination, against any employee or applicant in any manner prohibited by law.