Xaverian Brothers High School provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Xaverian Brothers High School complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.


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  • Director of Advancement


    GENERAL EXPECTATIONS:
    The Director of Advancement reports directly to the Headmaster. This individual provides leadership and overall direction to the school’s advancement program, building long-term, voluntary relationships between the school and individual constituents. In this capacity, he or she supervises the Director of the Fund for Xaverian, Director of Alumni, Director of Advancement Services and Stewardship, Advancement Services Manager and the Administrative Assistant and works closely with the Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving and the Director of Strategic Communications (both of whom report directly to the Headmaster).

    The Director of Advancement will be responsible for two broad areas of programming – Planning and Implementation.

    PLANNING

    The Director of Advancement will:

    • In support of the school’s strategic plan, prepare and refresh annually, a three-year operational plan for the advancement program.
    • Annually, in conjunction with the Headmaster and members of the board of trustees’ advancement committee, establish donor/dollar goals and objectives of sufficient proportion to challenge the school’s constituents and advance the entire advancement program.
    • With the Headmaster, select, supervise, and evaluate members of the advancement program team.
    • Delegate specific program responsibilities to advancement team.
    • Organize, train and support school volunteers charged with carrying out various advancement programs.
    • Organize, schedule and maintain the advancement office master schedule.
    • Working with the Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving, create the process and organization by which a steady source of donor prospects and volunteer candidates are identified, researched, evaluated, and involved in the advancement program. In this connection, establish the annual segmentation of the database to insure that capital, special and annual solicitations are executed in a coherent manner.
    • Plan the integration of all public relations, advertising, and marketing efforts from the admissions program with those from the advancement program.

    IMPLEMENTATION

    The Director of Advancement will:

    • Balance his or her time between managing the administrative affairs of the advancement program and actively and personally cultivating volunteer/donor support for the advancement program. In this regard, the primary focus of the Director of Advancement must be on supporting the Headmaster in his work with major gift candidates.
    • Serve as the primary contact to the Headmaster and trustee advancement committee in advancement matters. Provide advisement on advancement and public relations issues; at the Headmaster’s discretion, represent the school advancement perspective in the public arena.
    • Create a steady flow of information and reports about the school’s fundraising programs.
    • Develop clear policy guidelines and gift acceptance policy for the advancement program.
    • Assist in other areas of advancement and school relations as deemed appropriate by the Headmaster.
    • General:
      • Assist the Headmaster with the planning of any future Capital Campaign, and special projects.
      • Contributes to the Xaverian Magazine via class notes, articles, features, profiles, new ideas, best practices, etc.
      • Assist the Headmaster in other areas as requested.
      • Occasional night and weekend work required.

    HOW TO APPLY
    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and a list of three references to Brother Daniel Skala, C.F.X., Headmaster, 800 Clapboardtree Street, Westwood, MA 02090 or by email at dskala@xbhs.com
  • Head Lacrosse Coach


    GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

    Xaverian is a member of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletics Association and the Catholic Conference. The Head Lacrosse Coach is responsible for leading all aspects of our lacrosse program. The Head Coach will work closely with our assistant coaches, student-athletes, school personnel, and various support staff to ensure that our program fully serves the needs of our student-athletes, both in the classroom and on the field. The Head Coach is also a visible member of Xaverian and must represent the best interest of our school community, at all times.

    • Understanding of and appreciation for Xaverian, and support for our Catholic identity and mission as a Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School.
    • Knowledge of educational athletics, particularly at the high school level
    • Appreciation for the appropriate place of athletics, especially in the overall development of adolescent, student-athletes
    • Previous lacrosse coaching experience at the high school (or higher) level
    • In-depth knowledge of all components associated with a high school lacrosse program, including the college recruitment process.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with various constituent groups, including student-athletes, colleagues, parents, and community members.
    • A proven communicator, with skill in oral, written, and electronic communication.
    • Experience in a school setting is preferred, although not required.
    HOW TO APPLY
    Interested candidates should submit (electronic submission preferred) both a cover letter and a current resume to Director of Athletics, Ted Currle, at ecurrle@xbhs.com.
A private, Catholic, college preparatory day school for boys in grades 7-12. The Boston area prep school offers a rigorous academic curriculum, a well-developed campus ministry program focused on faith, character, and leadership, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division 1 high school athletics in the Catholic Conference.