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Employment Opportunities

Are you looking to become part of an exciting and positive school environment offering a rewarding experience?

The Albany Academies -- Albany Academy for Girls & The Albany Academy -- practice a leadership model of education combining individual attention to students with project-based learning and demanding academics. We also combine single-gender education through the Tenth Grade with a co-educational program for juniors and seniors. For more than 200 years, the Academies have led the way in the Capital Region.

The Albany Academies, an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, value diversity and seek applications from all qualified individuals.

The Albany Academies are currently seeking the following positions:

To apply email your resume and letter of interest, with the position title in the subject line, to jobs@albanyacademies.org.

Faculty Positions

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  • Pre-school Teacher

    The Opportunity
    The Albany Academies is seeking a Preschool teacher. Pre-school is the earliest entry point into the Early Childhood Program. 

    The Early Childhood Program 
    Purpose 
    The skills, habits, knowledge, and understandings developed in The Albany Academies Early Childhood program prepare children to be successful in our Primary Program (Grades 1-4) and beyond. This is accomplished through both play-based and cognitive approaches to growth and development. We spark curiosity and guide children to be passionate, inquisitive, and engaged learners who are also emerging as resilient and purposeful regarding their own development. In this phase of our program, children will experience both co-ed and single-sex environments. The preschool classroom is co-ed. 

    Components of the Early Childhood Program 
    The key components of our program include learning through play, child-centered classrooms, whole-child approach, cooperative learning, differentiated instruction, family-school partnership, and the systematic development of foundational content, skills, and habits. 

    One of the hallmarks of an Academy education is collaboration in learning. In our Early Childhood program, we build the civic virtues and social competencies that support collaboration through a “centers” approach. Learning centers are teacher created spaces and activities in the room designed for children to explore, acquire academic skills, and create, with increasing independence. Some centers stay the same all year, while others change weekly or daily depending on the topics and themes being studied. 

    Thematic units provide the learning framework for a year of learning in the Early Childhood program. Themes such as seasons, lifecycles, families, and communities, are the centerpiece of learning around which teachers plan literacy activities, learning centers, discussions, field trips, and projects. 

    The family-school partnership ensures consistency, support, and a positive relationship. The program is based in a safe, compassionate, warm, and respectful atmosphere. This promotes secure attachment between the child, the teacher(s), and the school community. Regular communication to home regarding daily activities promotes child-family communication regarding the program to ensure smooth transitions between school and home. We refer to this family-child-school relationship as the triangle of secure attachment. 

    Program Outcomes 
    In addition to meeting and exceeding academic standards, students in the Early Childhood program at The Albany Academies also develop: 

    Character: 
    • Discover and develop a curiosity for learning 
    • Begin to manage personal needs 
    • Work through challenges and obstacles 
    • Actively engage in their experience 
    Personal virtues: 
    • Use words instead of actions in difficult situations 
    • Adapt to changes in routine 
    • Accept and implement creative suggestions from others 
    Cognitive Values: 
    • Try another way to do something when suggested by a peer 
    • Attempt to solve a problem by guessing based on past success 
    • Try not to repeat a mistake 
    Civic Virtues: 
    • Participate in class responsibilities 
    • Identify behaviors that are sensitive to the needs of others 
    • Show concern for others and the community 
    Social Virtues: 
    • Listen to others and engage in cooperative play 
    • Work with other children to complete a task 
    • Recognize the contributions of other children 
    Moral Character: 
    • Take turns and wait for turn 
    • Invite other children to join an activity, 
    • Show an understanding that other children may feel differently from self 
    Children successfully completing the Early Childhood program will be developing young learners who are curious, purposeful thinkers with emerging personal, intellectual, and social virtues. 

    The Preschool Teacher Role 
    The role of the teacher is to be caring, flexible, and attentive to the changing needs and developmental stages of their students. Teachers model the behaviors, skills, and habits they wish to instill in their students. Facilitate active learning, creativity, and inquiry through daily lessons and activities. Strike the delicate balance of knowing when to observe, when to encourage, when to guide, when to redirect, when to teach, when to question, and when to intervene throughout the day. Engage parents in their child’s learning and development in a variety of ways including daily feedback, regular conferences, and school events. 

    Experience 
    • 2 years of teaching experience with young learners 
    Education 
    • Bachelor’s degree (required) 
    • Master’s degree (preferred) or Equivalent experience 
    Characteristics 
    • Caring and patient 
    • Communicates effectively with a wide range of stakeholders 
    • Is calm in challenging situations 
    • Has enthusiasm for the work 
    FLSA Status – Exempt 

    Assignment type: Full time, 10 month 

    Working Environment & Physical Requirements 
    • The role is conducted in a heated and cooled classroom 
    • Requires frequent movement about in the classroom 
    Disclaimer 
    • The employee must be capable of fully performing all duties described herein, either without or with reasonable accommodation 
    • The Albany Academies reserves the right to alter this job description 
    • Employment with The Albany Academies is at-will 
    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion: At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a 
    truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond. 
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  • Computer Science Teacher

    School Overview
    The Albany Academies, a Pre-School through 12, independent school located in Albany, New York, coordinates single-sex and coeducational learning environments to develop diligent students of high character who become curious, critical thinkers.

    Job Summary
    Plan, prepare and deliver computer science lessons to middle and upper school students, including AP Computer Science and AP Computer Science Principles

    Essential Duties
    • Assign and grade student work
    • Engage parents to create positive relations
    • Maintain a healthy environment and good order in the classroom
    • Contribute to the common good of the department
    • Contribute to the common good of the School by taking on other duties as assigned
    • such as student advising, student clubs, coaching, mentoring a new faculty member and the like
    Capabilities/Knowledge
    • Ability to provide appropriate educational content
    • Computer science knowledge
    • Time management
    Characteristics
    • Cares about developing children
    • Passion for computer science
    • Flexible to adjust to whatever comes up each day
    • Enthusiasm for contributing to the students, the department and the school
    Experience
    • Teaching middle and upper school computer science (required)
    • Teaching in an independent school (preferred)
    Education
    • Bachelor’s degree (required)
    • Master’s degree (preferred)
    Schedule
    • This is a 10-month positon with summers off
    • The typical workday is 7:45am – 4:15pm, with occasional assignments to special events
    • taking place after the core hours and on weekends
    FLSA Classification: Exempt

    Working Environment & Physical Requirements
    • Generally, the role is conducted in a heated and cooled classroom/office environment
    • Most of the work is done sitting or standing
    • Routinely move about inside the building and occasionally outside from building to building
    • Frequent interaction with others speaking, listening and typing
    • Ability to operate office equipment including computers, printers, copiers and the like
    Disclaimer
    • The employee must be capable of fully performing all duties described herein, either without or with reasonable accommodation
    • The Albany Academies reserves the right to alter this job description
    • Employment with The Albany Academies is at-will
    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion:
    At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different
    perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an
    environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally
    agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen
    our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.
  • Lower and Middle School Computer Science Teacher

    School Overview
    The Albany Academies, a Pre-School through 12, independent school located in Albany, New York, coordinates single-sex and coeducational learning environments to develop diligent students of high character who become curious, critical thinkers.

    Job Summary
    Plan, prepare and deliver computer science lessons to lower and middle school students and provide technology support to other lower school teachers.

    Essential Duties
    • Assign and grade student work
    • Engage parents to create positive relations
    • Maintain a healthy environment and good order in the classroom
    • Provide classroom technology support to lower school teachers
    • Contribute to the common good of the department
    • Contribute to the common good of the School by taking on other duties as assigned such as, student advising, student clubs, coaching, mentoring a new faculty member and the like.
    Capabilities/Knowledge
    • Ability to provide appropriate educational content
    • Computer science knowledge
    • Time management
    Characteristics
    • Cares about developing children
    • Passion for computer science
    • Flexible to adjust to whatever comes up each day
    • Enthusiasm for contributing to the students, the department and the school
    Experience
    • Teaching computer science (required)
    • Teaching in an independent school (preferred)
    Education
    • Bachelor’s degree (required)
    • Master’s degree (preferred)
    Schedule
    • This is a 10-month position with summers off
    • The typical workday is 7:45am – 4:15pm, with occasional assignments to special events taking place after the core hours and on weekends
    FLSA Classification: Exempt

    Working Environment & Physical Requirements
    • Generally, the role is conducted in a heated and cooled classroom/office environment
    • Most of the work is done sitting or standing
    • Routinely move about inside the building and occasionally outside from building to building
    • Frequent interaction with others speaking, listening and typing
    • Ability to operate office equipment including computers, printers, copiers and the like

    Disclaimer
    • The employee must be capable of fully performing all duties described herein, either without or with reasonable accommodation
    • The Albany Academies reserves the right to alter this job description
    • Employment with The Albany Academies is at-will

    Our Position on Diversity & Inclusion: At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.

Staff Positions

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  • Chief Financial & Information Officer

    Position Summary
    The individual is responsible for: Establishing and managing the School’s financial system, including planning, controlling, and achieving results. Establishing and managing the information system including infrastructure, end-user support, security, and data quality. Developing their team. Contributing to a high functioning senior leadership team.

    The School
    The Albany Academies has been in existence for more than 200 years. Today, The Albany Academies is a Pre-School through grade 12, independent school that coordinates single-sex and coeducational learning environments to develop diligent students of high character who become curious, critical thinkers. The School has more than 700 students across the Lower, Middle and Upper School Divisions. For more information about the School go to albanyacademies.org.

    The Area
    Albany is the capital city of New York State. It is known for its rich history, commerce, culture, architecture, and institutions of higher learning. Albany constitutes the economic and cultural core of the Capital District of New York State, which comprises the Albany- Schenectady-Troy metropolitan area. With a population of 1.1 million, the Capital District is the third-most populous metropolitan region in the state. Albany offers an affordable, family-friendly environment. Downtown’s huge Empire State Plaza has reflecting pools, an art-filled underground shopping concourse, and The Egg, a striking performing arts center. The plaza is bookended by the New York State Capitol and the New York State Museum and connects to the Times-Union Arena. To the north is Saratoga Springs, with a vibrant downtown and the famous horse racecourse. To the south is the hiking and skiing of the Catskill Mountains. Commuting by car from the School to the suburbs and many outlying areas is facilitated by the New York State Thruway.

    Responsibilities
    • Collaborate with the Head of School, the Senior Leadership Team, and the Board of Trustees to maintain and enhance the organization’s business model
    • Engage with the Board to seek advice, while developing their understanding of the critical issues and opportunities
    • Develop an annual planning and budgeting process that engages and informs key constituents
    • Ensure that financial resources are allocated to support high value, mission-aligned projects, people, and facilities
    • Regularly monitor and report actual financial performance to enable decision making to the leadership team, Board, and other stakeholders
    • Oversee all financial transactions
    • Build financial competence in leaders across the organization
    • Establish a Financial Aid plan and partner with Admissions to allocate o Develop and manage the financial organization, ensuring the resources are in place to meet the function’s objectives
    • Create monthly reporting package for all constituents
    • Direct corporate treasury activities, including the care and custody of financial assets
    • Manage the annual audit engagements and liaise with other third parties, including banks, authorities, and other service providers
    • Continuously identify and mitigate financial, regulatory, contractual, or ethical risks
    • Evaluate, communicate, and execute cost savings and efficiency improvements
    Information Technology Role
    • Establish and implement the IT strategic plan so that the IT infrastructure, security, and tools are in place for current and future users
    • Define IT policies and processes that ensure consistently high data quality in all systems
    • Manage the day to day operation of the IT systems to meet the needs of all stakeholders
    Qualifications
    • Education: Bachelors (required) Master’s (preferred)
    • Experience: At least 10 years of senior-level financial leadership experience, with a minimum of 3 years in the CFO role
    • Proven acumen in all aspects of financial planning and execution
    • Board experience (preferred)
    • Information Technology capability as demonstrated by implementing, owning, and managing significant aspects of an organization’s IT infrastructure
    • Managing an IT function (preferred)
    • Demonstrated developer of teams
    Characteristics
    • Brings financial savvy to help the leadership team prioritize the most important long and short term needs of the institution
    • Brings new approaches to their own work and encourages their team to do likewise
    • Engages others in a way that energizes and empowers
    • Thinks deeply about, and implements approaches to address issues that affect the long term health of the enterprise
    • Participates in dialogue with colleagues and direct reports in a way that leads to the best possible decisions and fosters positive team relationships
    • Ensures the organization learn and grow from both successes and failures
    • Communicates effectively to a wide range of stakeholders, from team members, to parents, to Board members
    • Is calm in challenging situations
    • Advocates for the good of the institution
    • Has enthusiasm for the work
    FLSA Status – Exempt
    Assignment type: Full time, 12 month
    Working Environment & Physical Requirements
    • Generally, the role is conducted in a heated and cooled classroom/office environment
    • Most of the work is done sitting or standing
    • Routinely move about inside the building and occasionally outside from building to building
    • Frequent interaction with others speaking, listening, and typing
    • Ability to operate office equipment including computers, printers, copiers, and the like
    Disclaimer
    • The employee must be capable of fully performing all duties described herein, either without or with reasonable accommodation
    • The Albany Academies reserves the right to alter this job description
    • Employment with The Albany Academies is at-will
    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion
    At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.
  • International Student Coordinator

    SUMMARY
    Under the leadership of the Chief Academic Officer, the International Student Coordinator works collaboratively with various constituencies on and off-campus to meet the needs of The Albany Academies’ international student population. The focus of this position is to attract and retain international students.
     
    The International Student Coordinator serves as an advocate to the international student community and assists students and their families with connecting to the appropriate resources within the school and the community. They will additionally serve as a liaison and a source of information for international students and ensure that campus services are responsive to the needs of these students.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     
    Academic Support of International Students: 50%
    • After a student has been admitted, serves as the main point of contact and source of information for international students, their parents, host parents. the agencies that are providing support services, and international alumni and alumnae.
    • Collaborates with the Academic Leadership Team to implement orientation and academic integration programs for new students.
    • Provides support and acts as an advocate on behalf of students in contact with grade-level deans, division heads, teachers, and parents/guardians to facilitate the successful integration into The Albany Academies.
    • Provides direct English Language Support classes for international students who need them as well as support preparing for the TOEFL exam.
    • Counsels students and families about requirements specific to the school.
    • Creates communication avenues with families to assist with processes and procedures throughout The Albany Academies, including college admissions.
    • Develops and executes college visiting trips.
    • Facilitates communication between School>Student>Agency>Family to ensure consistent understanding between student and school.
    • Assists with counseling between parent and advisor conferences as needed.
    Admissions: 20%
    • Assists with developing recruitment material, as well as other relevant application information to encourage international student application.
    • Organizes outreach events and activities for recruitment of students, mainly from Asia, promoting the school among various international populations.
    • Assists with answering questions and guiding prospective families through the application process and gives campus tours, either in person or virtually, to international families and other visitors to campus.
    • Serves as the primary immigration point of contact as a Designated School Official and assists with F-1 paperwork related to the admissions and immigration process.
    • Helps students and their families navigate through the requirements for student or nonimmigrant visas. Stays abreast of immigration laws relating to various visas.
    • Works with admissions and enrollment management to develop strategies to support student retention.
    • Serves on the admissions review team to make decisions on international applicants through the admissions process.
      Represents the school at various recruiting events and maintains good relationships with International Student Agents.
    Student Life Support: 20%
    • Provides individual counseling using a cross-cultural perspective, on matters relating to pre-arrival, arrival, and adjustment to living in Albany and attending The Albany Academies.
    • Facilitates students’ entry into and adjustment to The Albany Academies by developing positive relationships with students, their families, and the agencies that are providing support services.
    • Communicates regularly with teachers and administration regarding academic or personal issues the International Student Coordinator is aware of through family, homestay, or other updates on a particular student.
    • Acts as a liaison to the school counseling program when students experience cross-cultural, family, or personal crisis that may impact academic performance. Helps students to identify and access appropriate resources.
    • Leads international student clubs and develops social opportunities for international students to be involved in the life of the School and local community.
    • Represents the international student community in the schools strategic planning process to help align school goals with the international community.
    Institutional Advancement: 10%
    • Collaborates with the Institutional Advancement office to organize overseas gatherings and meetings with families and alumni/ae.
    • Provides information and contact reports for more research on prospective donor families.
    • Builds strong relationships with current and former international students and their families and advises the Institutional Advancement Office of prospective donors.
    • Assists the Institutional Advancement Office in bridging the cultural gap when relating to families and building relationships.
    • Communicates both orally and in writing, about strategic fundraising and programmatic activities to international families.
    • Works closely with Chief Advancement Officer and Head of School to assist with in-person fundraising solicitations.
    • Works with the Marketing and Communications Associate to update communication for international families on the website and to create videos.
    EXPERIENCE
    • A minimum of three years working with international students in a similar position (Required), for an independent school (Preferred)
    • Experience living/working in Asia (Preferred)
    • Delivered public presentations. (Required)
    • Application of immigration rules and regulations. (required)
    • International travel (Required)
    • Demonstrated use of relevant technology and database programs. (required)
    SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES
    • Ability to effectively communicate and work with students of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds
    • Knowledge of community resources for appropriate referrals.
    • Prefer fluency in a minimum of one Asian language including Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, or Korean.
    • Sensitivity to and ability to work with diverse cultures, including local, national and international.
    • Excellent interpersonal, writing, public speaking and organizational skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and set priorities.
    • Outstanding organizational skills with strong attention to detail.
    • Team player with the ability to gain trust and confidence with colleagues and constituents from diverse cultural backgrounds.
    • Self-directed, motivated, and able to work in a fast-paced environment while producing high-quality work in a timely manner.
    • Ability to appropriately handle confidential and sensitive information with the highest professional and ethical standards.
    • Flexibility to meet job requirements beyond the school day, unexpected demands
    • Enthusiasm to travel as needed.
    EDUCATION
    • Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited university or college (Required)

Coaching Positions

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  • AAG Head Modified Basketball Coach

    The Albany Academies, a Pre-Kindergarten through 12 and post-graduate, independent school located in Albany, New York, coordinates single-sex and coeducational learning environments to develop diligent students of high character who become curious, critical thinkers.
    We are seeking a Head Modified Basketball Coach.
     
    The Role
    The Head Modified Basketball Coach is responsible for the success of the modified basketball team.
     
    The Athletics Program
    We offer a wide range of athletic teams for students starting at the modified level. Student athletes are expected to participate in multiple sports. Our coaches focus on the development of each individual and are passionate about their sport. Many are involved in the school community as teachers and other roles.
     
    Within the basketball program the modified team serves as a training ground for skill building, enjoyment, competition, and dedication to the work required to produce rewards. We prepare students for a successful college experience and the program plays a role by developing teamwork, goal setting, leadership and sportsmanship.
    Our teams compete in Section II, Colonial Council as a Class A program.

    Experience
    • Head or Assistant basketball coaching
    • Softball program builder
    • Admissions support
    Qualifications
    • Education: Bachelor’s degree
    • First Aid meeting NYS coaching requirements
    • Adult CPR certification meeting NYS coaching requirements
    • Successful background check
    • Concussion management certificate (preferred)
    Characteristics
    • Leader of others
    • Developer of young women
    • Passionate about basketball

    Reports to: Athletic Director
     
    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion: At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.
  • Head AA Varsity Tennis Coach

    The Albany Academies, a Pre-Kindergarten through 12 and post-graduate, independent school located in Albany, New York, coordinates single-sex and coeducational learning environments to develop diligent students of high character who become curious, critical thinkers.

    We are seeking a Head Varsity AA Tennis Coach.
     
    The Role
    The Head Tennis Coach is responsible for the success of the boys' tennis team. This includes daily practice and match play. The season starts May 3 and is expected to conclude on or about June 15. Some weekends may be required.
     
    The Athletics Program
    We offer a wide range of athletic teams for students starting at the modified level. Student-athletes are expected to participate in multiple sports. Our coaches focus on the development of each individual and are passionate about their sport. Many are involved in the school community as teachers and other roles.
     
    We prepare students for a successful college experience and the athletics program plays a role by developing teamwork, goal setting, leadership, and sportsmanship.
    Our teams compete in Section II, Colonial Council as a Class A program.

    Experience
    • Played and coached tennis
    Qualifications
    • Education: Bachelor’s degree
    • First Aid (preferred)
    • Adult CPR (preferred)
    • Successful background check (required)
    • Concussion management certificate (preferred)
    Characteristics
    • Leader of others
    • Developer of young men
    • Passionate about tennis
    Reports to: Paul Gallucci, Athletic Director
     
    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion
    At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.
  • Head Modified Softball Coach

    The Role
    The Head Modified Softball Coach is responsible for the success of the modified softball team.
     
    The Athletics Program
    We offer a wide range of athletic teams for students starting at the modified level. Student athletes are expected to participate in multiple sports. Our coaches focus on the development of each individual and are passionate about their sport. Many are involved in the school community as teachers and other roles.
     
    Within the softball program the modified team serves as a training ground for skill building, enjoyment, competition, and dedication to the work required to produce rewards. We prepare students for a successful college experience and the program plays a role by developing teamwork, goal setting, leadership and sportsmanship.
    Our teams compete in Section II, Colonial Council as a Class A program.

    Experience
    • Head or Assistant softball coaching
    • Softball program builder
    • Admissions support
    Qualifications
    • Education: Bachelor’s degree
    • First Aid meeting NYS coaching requirements
    • Adult CPR certification meeting NYS coaching requirements
    • Successful background check
    • Concussion management certificate (preferred)
    Characteristics
    • Leader of others
    • Developer of young women
    • Passionate about softball
    Reports to: Athletic Director

    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion: At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.
  • Head Varsity Softball Coach

    The Albany Academies, a Pre-Kindergarten through 12 and post-graduate, independent school located in Albany, New York, coordinates single-sex and coeducational learning environments to develop diligent students of high character who become curious, critical thinkers.
    We are seeking a Head Varsity Softball Coach.
     
    The Role
    The Head Softball Coach is responsible for the success of the softball program from modified to the varsity level. This includes selecting and managing varsity assistant coaches, aligning coaches at all levels around a unified mindset and approach to the game, and supporting admissions of student athletes.
     
    The Athletics Program
    We offer a wide range of athletic teams for students starting at the modified level. Student athletes are expected to participate in multiple sports. Our coaches focus on the development of each individual and are passionate about their sport. Many are involved in the school community as teachers and other roles.
     
    Within the softball program we field modified team and junior varsity teams, which serve as a training ground for skill building, enjoyment, competition, and dedication to the work required to produce rewards. We prepare students for a successful college experience and the program plays a role by developing teamwork, goal setting, leadership and sportsmanship.
    Our teams compete in Section II, Colonial Council as a Class A program.

    Experience
    • Head softball coaching
    • Softball program builder
    • Admissions support
    Qualifications
    • Education: Bachelor’s degree
    • First Aid meeting NYS coaching requirements
    • Adult CPR certification meeting NYS coaching requirements
    • Successful background check
    • Concussion management certificate (preferred)
    Characteristics
    • Leader of others
    • Developer of young women
    • Passionate about softball
    Reports to: Athletic Director

    Statement of Diversity & Inclusion: At The Albany Academies, the active expression of different perspectives and life experiences plays a vital role in the life of the school. In harmony with our Mission Statement and reflective of our Core Values, the Academies is committed to a safe, diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just school climate within a Preschool through Postgraduate curricular framework dedicated to inclusive excellence. We actively strive to respect, affirm, and protect the dignity and worth of each member of our learning community and cultivate an environment where all members of the Academies’ community experience a true sense of belonging and are empowered to fully participate in the life of the school. We also recognize that diversity of thought and expression is integral to developing learners who are culturally agile, adept at thinking critically, and effective when collaborating with others. Maintaining a truly inclusive community is an ongoing process that requires us to be open, reflective, and proactive. We accept this challenge in the knowledge that our varied perspectives strengthen our community and prepare our students to learn, lead, and pursue inclusive excellence at The Albany Academies and beyond.
  • Modified Volleyball Coach

    The Role
    • Head coach of the Girls Modified Volleyball team 
    • Generate enthusiasm for girls to participate in the volleyball program 
    • Design and execute practices 
    • Provide basic medical treatment for non-life-threatening injuries 
    • Execute emergency plan for athletic facilities 
    • Meet department coaching standards and season planning expectations 
    Characteristics
    • Positive, caring and dedicated to the development of student athletes 
    • Supportive of the school’s mission 
    • Works collaboratively with coaches, students, faculty, parents, and administrators 
    • Role models behaviors consistent with the School’s culture and high expectations 
    • Possesses strong communication skills 
    • Well organized 
    • Passion for volleyball  
    Experience 
    • Coaching volleyball at the middle school, high school or club level 
    • Background as a competitive player 
    Education 
    • High school diploma (required) College Degree (preferred) 
    • NYS Coaching Certification achieved or in-progress 
    Contact 
    Interested candidates should contact the AAG Director of Athletics, Jennifer Murphy via email at murphyj@albanyacademies.org or office phone, (518) 429-2300.  

Please note Summer Camp counselor positions have been filled for the 2020 season.

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