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Over fifty years of leading lives of passion and purpose.
 
The Derryfield School encourages applications from and prohibits discrimination against any applicant or student because of race, color, religion, gender, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability, or any other category which may be protected by applicable state or federal law. The School also promotes respect for all people, and will not tolerate harassment based on any of these characteristics nor on differences based on gender identity or expression.

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  • Bus Driver

    Under the general, technical, and administrative supervision of the Director of Facilities, and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the bus driver’s responsibilities include the safe transportation of students within Manchester and the surrounding communities to and from school or school sponsored activity.
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for transporting students to and from school or school sponsored activity, following a preplanned route according to a definite time schedule.
    • Drives bus (14 passenger) carefully and in compliance with traffic regulations.    
    • Instructs students in safety precautions and practices.  Maintains discipline; reports student unruly behavior to his or her supervisor.  
    • Regulates heating equipment and ventilation of bus for comfort of students.
    • Check the condition of vehicle’s tires, brakes, windshield wipers, lights, oil, fuel, water, and safety equipments to ensure that everything is in working order.    
    • Reports delays and accidents in accordance with School policies.  
    • Reports defects or problems with the bus to his or her supervisor.
    • Keeps bus interiors clean for passengers.  
    • Performs other duties as assigned.  
    Skills and Knowledge:
    • Knowledge of traffic and highway safety rules and regulations.  
    • Ability to operate a bus in a safe and economical manner.  
    • Ability to relate to students, parents and school system personnel.
    • Ability to complete various forms and records including timesheets, accident reports, etc.
    • Ability to read maps and follow written and verbal geographic directions.
    Requirements:
    • New Hampshire Commercial Drivers License, Passenger & School Bus Endorsement
    • Excellent Driver’s Record  
    • 5+years of verifiable driving experience


    Applicants interested in joining our dynamic team should send a cover letter and resume to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org. EOE.
  • Coaching Openings

    Attention! The Derryfield School has openings for the following coaching positions for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in one of them, please send your coaching resume to, and/or contact, Director of Athletics, Lenny McCaigue at lmccaigue@derryfield.org or 603.669.4524. 
     
    MS Alpine Skiing:  Head Coach
    Varsity Swimming: Head Coach
    Varsity Baseball:  Assistant Coach

    View full job responsibilities here.
  • English Teacher

    As a faculty member, all teachers lead as positive educators and role models for the School community of students, parents, alumni, trustees and colleagues. Faculty member’s general duties involve teaching 4 classes, coaching two sports or the equivalent, advising students, leading an activity, serving on a committee, providing extra help to students and attending school events and school year faculty orientation. The typical student load is 55-65 students.
    The candidate must be able to teach a range English classes at the high school level; possess positive interpersonal skills, enjoy working with high school students, and have the energy and interest to contribute to the school community in a variety of areas.
     
    Qualified candidates should have:
    • success teaching middle school or high school English or related teaching roles
    • enthusiasm for reading and writing and the flexibility to teach the skills associated with them to a range of ages from ninth to twelfth grades
    • interest in working with colleagues to develop curriculum and program
    • comfort with the use of technology in the classroom
    • a growth mindset that allows them to take on new challenges
     
    Desired Requirements:
    • A degree in English or related field
    • teaching experience or equivalent

    Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators should send a cover letter, resume, and three written references to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org.
  • History Teacher

    As a faculty member, all teachers lead as positive educators and role models for the School community of students, parents, alumni, trustees and colleagues. Faculty member’s general duties involve teaching 4 classes, coaching two sports or the equivalent, advising students, leading an activity, serving on a committee, providing extra help to students and attending school events and school year faculty orientation. The typical student load is 55-65 students.
    The candidate must have a strong background as a History/Humanities teacher with extensive experience teaching 21st Century Skills. They must possess excellent leadership skills and be able to lead a department of high performing educators as they embrace and employ current pedagogies. The candidate should be able to teach a range of History courses including the most rigorous courses offered at the school; possess positive interpersonal skills, enjoy working with high school students, and have the energy and interest to contribute to the school community in a variety of areas.
     
    Qualified candidates should have:
    • success teaching all levels of secondary History and a demonstrated strength with high level high school students
    • an ability to support faculty as they adopt 21st Century teaching content and pedagogy
    • experience using technology in the classroom
    • a growth mindset that allows them to take on new challenges
     
    Desired Requirements:
    • A degree in History or related field
    • 1-3 years of teaching experience or equivalent

    Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators should send a cover letter, resume, and three written references to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org.
  • Humanities Teacher

    As a faculty member, all teachers lead as positive educators and role models for the School community of students, parents, alumni, trustees and colleagues. Faculty member’s general duties involve teaching 4 classes, coaching two sports or the equivalent, advising students, leading an activity, serving on a committee, providing extra help to students and attending school events and school year faculty orientation. The typical student load is 55-65 students.
    The candidate must be able to teach a range of introductory level (9th & 10th grade) English and History classes; possess an interest in humanities instruction, have positive interpersonal skills, enjoy working with high school students, and have the energy and interest to contribute to the school community in a variety of areas.
     
    Qualified candidates should have:
    • success teaching middle school or high school Humanities, English, History or related roles
    • enthusiasm for humanities and the flexibility to teach the skills and content associated with introductory courses in History and English
    • interest in working with colleagues to develop curriculum and program
    • comfort with the use of technology in the classroom
    • a growth mindset that allows them to take on new challenges
     
    Desired Requirements:
    • A degree in Humanities, English, History, or related field
    • teaching experience or equivalent

    Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators should send a cover letter, resume, and three written references to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org.
  • Spanish Teacher

    The Derryfield School seeks an enthusiastic and dedicated Spanish teacher, grades 6-12.

    The ideal candidate will possess native or near-native ability in Spanish as well as a strong academic background in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures.  The candidate must be able to teach all levels of middle and high school Spanish, possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, an innovative approach to teaching a world language in the 21st Century, and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. Responsibilities of the position include a combination of classroom teaching, student advising, and coaching or its equivalent.  
     
    The ideal candidate will be an educator with:
    • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Spanish
    • Three or more years of successful classroom experience teaching
    • Teaching experience with implementing technology and multimedia in the classroom
    • Experience in extracurricular activities like coaching and leading or assisting clubs
    • A proven commitment to the development of young people as individual learners
    • A track record of collaboration with colleagues.
    Salary for this position will be competitive for similar positions for day schools in New England. For information about the school, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org.  EOE.

    To Apply:
    Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators should send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and at least three written references to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org.
     
  • Substitute Teachers

    The Derryfield School is accepting applications for substitute teachers at our independent college preparatory day school, grades 6-12 in Manchester, NH. Hourly wage is $11.25. Low student/teacher ratio. Dynamic environment. Please email your resume and three references to Debbie Bremberg, dbremberg@derryfield.org. For information about the School, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org. EOE

In the Classroom at Derryfield

List of 5 news stories.

  • Innovation Breakfast Fosters Networking

    Emanne Khan '19
    Throughout the morning of Wednesday, February 20, the Gateway conference room was alive with the buzz and chatter of innovation. A cohort of inventive students gathered with members of the Derryfield community, as well as local professionals and businesspeople, to share ideas in the spirit of entrepreneurship. Dean of Innovation Dr. Masoni envisioned the inaugural Innovation Breakfast as an opportunity for STEM-X students to make valuable connections with adults working in their fields of interest, and it more than lived up to his expectations....
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  • Academic Vision Update

    We are excited to share our first post of the year in our ongoing series to keep the community informed of our progress towards Derryfield’s new Academic Vision and schedule, which will be implemented in the fall of 2019....
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  • Building a Community of Leaders

    Leadership is often seen as a role reserved for elected officials and experts on TV. At Derryfield, the Leading for the Common Good program ensures that 100% of students have access to opportunities that build their capacity to be leaders. A community of 400 leaders? Yes, exactly! “The school’s view and definition of leadership is not one that isolates the people who we often in society think of as leaders” says Mr. Dougherty. Rather, “about four years ago we really began to define the leadership program . . . we wanted to create a program that impacted all students in grades 6-12.”
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  • Derryfield Welcomes New Faculty

    Pete Brandt
    Derryfield is thrilled to welcome seven new members of the teaching faculty for the 2018-2019 school year. These teachers have already made a strong impression on their students, and are making their marks on Derryfield classrooms.
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  • Introducing Derryfield's Academic Vision

    Over the next two weeks, we will be sharing the Derryfield Academic Vision through three evening presentations for parents and families. We invite you to join us to share your thoughts and questions as we provide an overview of our faculty’s exciting commitment to redesign the student experience for the 21st century....
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