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The Boys’ School of Austin is currently recruiting its founding faculty for grades K-4.  We are looking for dynamic, thoughtful, enthusiastic, resourceful, and life-long learners to join our faculty.  You must love working with boys, embrace innovation and flexibility, and provide excellent communication to students, parents, and colleagues.  As a founding faculty member you will have a unique opportunity to establish and shape the curriculum and school community.  

Candidates interested in applying for a currently open position should send a resume and cover letter to jobs@theboysschoolofaustin.org.

Additional documents for faculty and staff positions may be requested at a later point.

The Boys’ School of Austin does not discriminate in the administration of any of its policies or programs, including admission and financial aid, on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.

 

Lower School Faculty

Lower School (Elementary) Teacher Job Description

Board of Trustees

The Boys’ School of Austin is a 501c(3) non-profit organization, and is run by a Board of Trustees. The trustees serve without compensation, and are professionals in the community who are committed to the School’s mission, values and vision and accept responsibility for the School’s legal, financial, and administrative well-being.

The Boys’ School of Austin is currently recruiting founding Board of Trustees members who are passionate about our mission and committed to the school’s development and sustainable growth. Contact Amy Degner at info@theboysschoolofaustin.org to learn more.

Board Chair (Amy Degner)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Oversees board and executive committee meetings
  • Works in partnership with the Head of School to make sure board resolutions are carried out
  • Calls special meetings when necessary
  • Appoints all committee chairs, and with the Head of School, recommends who will serve on committees
  • Assists Head of School in preparing agenda for board meetings
  • Assists Head of School in conducting new board member orientation
  • Coordinates Head of School’s annual performance evaluation
  • Works with governance committee to recruit new board members
  • Acts as an alternate spokesperson for the organization
  • Periodically consults with board members on their roles and helps them assess their performance.

Board Vice Chair (open)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Attends all board meetings
  • Carries out special assignments as requested by the board chair
  • Understands the responsibilities of the board chair and be able to perform these duties in the chair’s absence
  • Participates as a vital part of the board leadership.

Board Secretary (Frances Ramberg)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Attends all board meetings
  • Ensures the safety and accuracy of all board records
  • Reviews board minutes
  • Assumes responsibilities of the chair in the absence of the board chair, chair-elect, and vice chair
  • Provides notice of meetings of the board and/or of a committee when such notice is required.

Board Treasurer (open)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Attends all board meetings
  • Maintains knowledge of the organization and personal commitment to its goals and objectives
  • Understands financial accounting for nonprofit organizations
  • Serves as the chair of the finance committee
  • Manages, with the finance committee, the board’s review of and action related to the board’s financial responsibilities
  • Works with the Head of School to ensure that appropriate financial reports are made available to the board on a timely basis
  • Presents the annual budget to the board for approval
  • Reviews the annual audit and answer board members’ questions about the audit.