Join the Lyndon Institute Team
Candidates interested in any available position at Lyndon Institute should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:
Human Resources Director
PO Box 127
Lyndon Center, VT 05850
Lyndon Institute is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to comply with all applicable federal and state laws related to fair employment practices. To the extent required by these laws, Lyndon Institute does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, age, marital/civil union status, national origin, sexual orientation, place of birth, military/uniformed service or veteran status, disability, genetic information, having a positive test result on an HIV related blood test or other legally-protected classification.
There are 10 jobs available.
- Human Resources GeneralistExpand for More
This position will be responsible for providing support for the Human Resources Department and will be the main point of contact for payroll, on-boarding and background vetting. This position is an integral part of the team and will need to have the ability to maintain confidentiality, work with purpose and precision, and to be flexible to fill in the gaps of the HR Department and Business Office.
- Responsible for processing payroll on a bi-weekly basis and completing all related tasks
- Reconciles benefit invoices and updates benefit tracking spreadsheet
- Completes background vetting process for all new hires and conducts 3-year re-checks for current employees
- Coordinate drug testing/alcohol testing with the Director of Transportation
- Conducts new hire orientations including creating new hire packets and assisting employees with completing new hire paperwork
- Assists with the open enrollment process including creating benefit information for employees, answering questions, and updating employee benefits in the payroll system
- Ensures HRIS system is used to its full capacity including employee self-service and manager self-service options
- Creates purchase requests for HR Dept. for employee-related purchases
- Serves as the backup for all functions within accounts payable and accounts receivable for the business office
- Provides additional support to the business office as requested
- Associates degree in Human Resources, Business Management, or a related program.
- Three to five years of human resources experience is required. A combination of related human resources education and experience will be considered.
- General knowledge of accounting software, payroll software, Microsoft Excel, and Google is preferred.
- Ability to understand and maintain confidentiality
- Excellent communication skills including written and verbal communication
- Ability to work independently and be flexible in the tasks assigned in order to fill gaps within the department
- Ability to be forward thinking and proactive to help the department be efficient and cost effective
- French/Spanish TeacherExpand for More
Lyndon Institute is seeking a French/Spanish teacher. It is the responsibility of the French/Spanish teacher to:
- provide a stimulating learning environment for each student
- exhibit enthusiasm for the topics s/he teaches
- collaborate as a team player with teaching colleagues and administrators
- communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues, and other stakeholders
- be an engaged member of the Lyndon Institute community, showing support and involvement in student activities outside of the classroom including LI’s residential program
- model behavior that reflects Lyndon Institute’s Mission Statement
Qualified applicants should possess a Bachelor’s degree in French and have specific content knowledge and teaching experience in a range of courses in French at a high school or post-high school level. Experience with an introductory Spanish curriculum or a willingness to develop the skills necessary to teach first level Spanish is needed.
- Dorm ParentExpand for More
Dorm Parent Responsibility –As a Lyndon Institute dorm parent I will strive to…
- Ensure the safety and well-being of all residential students.
- Create a homelike environment for all residents in my dorm.
- Build character in students; teach & model the principles of the school
- Interact consistently & frequently with all residential students & build healthy relationships.
- Serve as a means of support when a student needs advice or guidance on personal or academic matters.
- Use restorative practices in daily interaction with our students and staff.
Duties and Expectations:
Duties associated with the position of Dorm Parent:
- Duty 4 nights per week
- Weekend rotation (One full day each weekend)
- Overnight requirement (when students are on campus) per Program Coordinator Schedule
- Orientation period and Graduation weekend
- Snow day/school cancellation coverage rotation
- Summer Duty assigned by the Director of Ancillary programs (house supervision)
- Assist with evening meals and brunch on weekends
- Actively assisting in any and all emergency situations
Detailed Schedules TBD by the Residential Program Coordinator
- Maintenance TechnicianExpand for More
This position has primary responsibility for carrying out basic repairs to mechanical systems, plumbing systems, and fixtures to the extent of qualification by state law, including but not limited to, heating/cooling systems, plumbing systems, and waste systems.
Two years’ experience maintaining mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems, which includes knowledge and mastery of all related tools. Knowledge of and ability to read blueprints, schematics and construction sketches.
- Director of Information TechnologyExpand for More
Lyndon Institute is currently seeking to fill a full-time Director of Information Technology position. The Director of IT will serve as a trusted advisor and be responsible for the operational planning, infrastructure strategy and roadmap, and execution of core technologies that aligns with the broader IT and campus strategic plans. This position will work year round and report directly to the Chief Financial Officer.
The Director will be responsible for:
- Forecasting skill and competency needs and develop a forward-looking technology workforce.
- Oversee the operation of LI’s server(s) and connection to cloud data centers, develop and implement processes and procedures to maximize effectiveness, efficiency and resiliency of those centers.
- Continue to lead the evolution of the IT department into a cloud-based infrastructure as customer requirements and technologies change over time.
- Oversee the operation of LI’s IT infrastructure including the network, cloud based connections, our learning management system (Schoology), and its connection to Senior Systems. Ensure the IT department is organized to provide world-class customer service effectively and efficiently.
- Create, manage, and monitor multiple concurrent projects relating to service improvements, expansion, and maintenance of existing network facilities and resources.
- Supervise and conduct performance appraisals of IT employees.
- Manage budgets, expenditures and revenues in each area of accountability. Fiscal management responsibilities to include implementation, inventory, forecasting, maintenance and audit of budgets to ensure compliance with LI policies.
- Work on divisional, campus-wide or system-wide projects as assigned.
- This position is currently a 12 month position.
- The typical work day is M-F, between the hours of 7:30AM – 3:30PM, as determined by the department supervisor with additional responsibilities on weekends as necessary (equipment upgrades/installations/testing/repair/loss of service).
- Technical Support: Works with all faculty and staff on campus to provide technical support and training where necessary for major technology systems utilized by LI, including but not limited to desk phones, computers, printers, digital devices, software, copiers, the network, televisions/cable, lighting, sound equipment, projectors and cell phones.
- Network responsibility: this includes but is not limited to servers, switches, wiring, wireless access point and design maintenance. Work with key vendors and other members of the Information Services department in support of network maintenance. Serve as key contact for loss of service and repair/maintenance issues. Vendors include Symquest and ENA.
- Phone Systems: Supervises all maintenance and support for the desk phone and cell phones. Responsible for managing current cell phone status report for Verizon.
- Printers/Copiers: Key contact for all issues relating to the Xerox/Symquest copier fleet and desktop printers.
- Technology Integration: Serves as backup support for the Technology Integration Specialist to assist faculty and students with technology support for digital devices and troubleshooting. Works with Technology Integration Specialist to program and manage the LI Chromebook and Ipad Program. This includes programming, distribution, maintenance, and purchasing.
- Technology Plan and Erate: Works with the AHEA and members of the Information Services Team to create the LI Technology Plan (due every three years). Provides all necessary documentation for federal ERate reimbursements and assists AHEA in completing necessary forms to apply for ERate Reimbursements.
- Web Conferencing and communications: Key contact for all WebEx conference calls used by Trustees and Administration. Sets up conference calls and supervises the process to continually ensure a smooth experience.
- Database and Website Knowledge: Experience with LI’s software suite for website, database and student information management (currently Whipple Hill, Senior Systems, Blackbaud, Schoology)
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
Requirements for this position are as follows:
- Bachelor’s degree in related field required and 5-10 years of relevant experience
- Experience in managing technology-based programs and support for an academic setting servicing 9-12th grade students and faculty
- Demonstrated experience in IS infrastructure, technology program planning, project management, databases, and team building
- Familiarity with Windows-based domain, LAN, WAN, Mac OS, Windows Server
- Experience with deploying and managing PC, MAC, VOIP protocol, Internet streaming (IT in the classroom), Google Apps for Education, and other educational software systems (apps)
- Experience with Senior Systems and database systems in an educational setting
- Experience in internet usage policies and digital device use in schools
- Excellent written, oral, listening and interpersonal communication skills
- Proven ability to solve problems with the use of research, data, and sound judgment
- Strong ability to work independently and as a valued team player
- Varsity Field Hockey CoachExpand for More
Lyndon Institute has an opening for a Varsity Field Hockey Coach. Experience and exemplary personal conduct is a requirement. In addition, all coaches must be certified or certifiable in Fundamentals of Coaching, First Aid for Coaches, and Concussion in Sports, as well as CPR/AED. Coach must be available weekdays from 3:30 p.m. on (depending on practice and game times), and also on weekends.
Applicants must have good social skills, sound personal and professional judgment, have extensive knowledge of the sport, experience playing the sport and experience in coaching high school level athletes. Duties include but are not limited to coordinating practices/workouts, scheduling, monitoring player academics in conjunction with the Asst. Athletic Director, maintaining a solid roster number, organizing and managing camps and clinics, and promoting the program to the community, alumni and fans.
- Boys Varsity Hockey CoachExpand for More
Lyndon Institute has an opening for a Varsity Boys Hockey Coach. Experience and exemplary personal conduct is a requirement. In addition, all coaches must be certified or certifiable in Fundamentals of Coaching, First Aid for Coaches, and Concussion in Sports, as well as CPR/AED. Coach must be available weekdays from 3:30 p.m. on (depending on practice and game times), and also on weekends.
Applicants must have good social skills, sound personal and professional judgment, have extensive knowledge of the sport, experience playing the sport, and experience in coaching high school level athletes. Duties include but are not limited to coordinating practices/workouts, scheduling, monitoring player academics in conjunction with the Asst. Athletic Director, maintaining a solid roster number, organizing and managing camps and clinics, and promoting the program to the community, alumni, and fans.
- Girls Head Volleyball CoachExpand for More
Lyndon Institute has an opening for a Girls Volleyball Coach. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: coordinating practices and workouts, scheduling, monitoring player academics in conjunction with the Assistant Athletic Director, maintaining a solid roster number, organizing and managing camps and clinics, and promoting the program to the community, alumni and fans.
Good social skills, sound personal and professional judgment, and exemplary personal and professional conduct is a must. The qualified candidate will have extensive knowledge of the sport and experience in coaching high school level athletes. In addition, all coaches must be certified or certifiable in Fundamentals of Coaching, First Aid for Coaches, and Concussion in Sports, as well as CPR/AED. Coach must be available weekdays from 3:30pm on (depending on practice and game times), and also on weekends.
- Substitute TeachersExpand for More
Lyndon Institute is adding to its substitute teacher roster!
We are looking for individuals that enjoy working with adolescents, are well organized, have a calm demeanor, have familiarity with Microsoft Office and Google tools, have the ability to work independently, and have excellent interpersonal skills. We have increased our pay rates for half and full days!
- Bus Driver - $500 SIGN-ON BONUSExpand for More
Lyndon Institute, a comprehensive independent high school in northeastern Vermont, is seeking applications for Bus Drivers. There is a $500 dollar sign-on bonus and the cost to obtain a CDL Class B School Bus Endorsement will be covered if needed. The right candidates will have the responsibility of a designated bus route in the morning and afternoon of school days. With the possibility of additional driving throughout the day and or on weekends for field trips, sports, etc. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background check, fingerprinting, and physical.
Transport children to and from school in the mornings and afternoons
Maintain a clean and mechanically-sound bus at all times
Obey all traffic laws
Perform pre/post trip inspections of the bus or vehicle
Ensure the safety of students at all times
High school diploma or GED
Clean Class B License with air brakes, Passenger & School bus endorsements
Familiar with DOT rules and requirements
At least 21 years of age
Minimum 3 years’ Bus driving experience
Skills & Abilities:
Strong organizational & time management skills
Positive attitude with a professional appearance
Willingness to learn and be coached as needed
Good verbal communication skills
Work well with others as a team member