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Founded in 1898, Miss Hall’s School was one of the first all-girls boarding schools established in New England. Today the School is a nationally recognized, boarding and day independent secondary school that combines an exceptional college-preparatory curriculum with two acclaimed leadership programs, Horizons and the Girls’ Leadership Project. Both programs are central to our belief that, in addition to outstanding academic preparation, girls need additional skills that allow them to step confidently into college and beyond, when they will be expected to communicate effectively and authentically, voice opinions with resolve and respect, and be comfortable having influence, leading change, and contributing boldly and creatively to the common good.

Open Opportunities

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  • Campus Safety Officer - Part Time


    Miss Hall's School is seeking a part-time Campus Safety Officer to ensure a safe environment that is conducive to the School's mission of educating girls for lives of purpose.  Working an irregular schedule that includes nights, weekends, and holidays, officers conduct vigilant patrols of the property, responding to calls for service and representing the School through professional and courteous assistance.  Part-time officers can anticipate working between 1 and 5 shifts each week in order to fill open shifts as needed. 

    The ideal candidate will be a team player and effective communicator who thinks creatively and effectively establishes priorities, who responds to tasks with efficiency and accountability, and who is committed to service and integrity.  
    The full job description can be found here.

    Qualified candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest and resumé or application to the Director of Human Resources by emailing HR@misshalls.org.
  • We have begun the interview process and are no longer accepting applications for the Special Assistant to the Director of Advancement position.

How To Apply


Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to hr@misshalls.org or mailed to Miss Hall's School, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 1166, Pittsfield, MA 01202-1166.  An employment application can be completed in lieu of a resume. 

It is the policy of Miss Hall's School not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, or because he or she is a protected veteran.  Miss Hall's School is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

In accordance with Massachusetts law, Miss Hall's School performs a criminal background check on all employees.  Criminal History Record Information is used for employment purposes and shall only be accessed for applicants who are otherwise qualified for the position for which they have applied and who have received a formal job offer.  Unless otherwise provided by law, a criminal record will not automatically disqualify an applicant.

Miss Hall's School uses the E-Verify system and complies with Federal and State law, including the following regulations and policies:
   -Family Medical Leave Act
   -Employee Polygraph Protection Act
   -Right to Work

Professional Development

The MHS faculty and staff, supported in part by the Dr. Mary H. Grant Faculty Research and Professional Development Fund, regularly seek opportunities to build their skills on behalf of the School and its students. Additionally, all Miss Hall’s School faculty and staff participated this year in three on-campus Professional Development days:

  • November 27 — focused on the theme of building community, communication, and trust among the adults in our community
  • January 2 — focused on the the strategic goals of professional growth and collaboration and strengthening a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Facilitated by Leigh Thompson, of Go Beyond Diversity, co-Directors of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Akilah Edgerton ’00 and Kim Boland ’94
  • March 26 — focused on the themes of equity, innovation, and advocacy and how these intersect with the goals of the MHS Strategic Design
A sampling of recent professional development by MHS faculty and staff:

  • Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management David Hopkins attended the Erdmann Institute for Enrollment Leadership in South Casco, Maine — June 10-13, 2018.
  • Thirty MHS faculty participated in a three-day Project-Based Learning (PBL) session hosted on the MHS campus and led by the Buck Institute — June 6-8, 2018
  • Co-Coordinators of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Kim Boland ’94 and Akilah Edgerton ’00 and Associate Director of Admissions Kimone Simpson attended the 2017 NAIS People of Color Conference, sponsored by the National Association of Independent Schools, in Anaheim, California — November 28 - December 1, 2017
  • Head of School Julia Heaton attended the Annual Conference of The Head Mistresses Association of the East at the Chauncey Conference Center in Princeton, New Jersey — November 12-14, 2017 
  • Director of Library Services Vicky Biancolo attended the American Library Association/American Association of School Librarians Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona — November 9-11, 2017 
  • History Teacher, Academic Support Specialist and Academic Coordinator Liza Burbank, Ph.D., attended the Beacon Academy Symposium on Race and Class in Education in Boston — October 20, 2017
  • Custodial Services Manager Sabine Bartlett and Housekeeper James Wheeler attended the ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada — September 11-14, 2017. Sabine also completed the requirements and achieved expert level certification from the Cleaning Industry Management Standards program. 
  • Studio Art Teacher Ellie Spangler attended “Oil Painting: Bending the Rules,” a workshop, at Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, in Williamsburg, Massachusetts — Aug 3-6, 2017
  • History Teacher, Academic Support Specialist, and Academic Coordinator in Support of the Deans Liza Burbank, Ph.D., attended the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) School Leadership Institutein Alexandria, Virginia — July 25 – 28, 2017
  • Director of Library Services Vicky Biancolo traveled to Iceland, Ireland, England, and Scotland to visit five UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Cities of Literature, researching what those cities have done to promote cultures of reading* — July 17, 2017 - August 17, 2017
  • Director of Athletics Brad Horth attended “Directing the Athletic and PE Programs,” facilitated by Independent School Management (ISM), in Wilmington, Delaware — June 2017
  • Science Teacher Donna Daigle and Math Teacher and Academic Support Specialist Fredi Hungate attended the 5th Annual UVA Innovation in Pedagogy Summit at the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, Virginia — May 3, 2017
  • History Department Chair and Leonhardt Family Teaching Chair Matthew Rutledge P’08, P’11 and English Teacher Richard Scullin attended the Design Consortium Workshop at Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, Massachusetts — April 23, 2017
  • Studio Art Teacher Ellie Spangler visited the Costume and Textile Collection at Cornell University — April 2017
  • Registrar Linda Coll attended the ACCIS College Office Assistants annual meeting, facilitated by the Associations of College Counselors in Independent Schools (ACCIS), in Northampton, Massachusetts — April 2017
  • Science Teacher Jennifer LaForest attended the “Deeper Learning 2017” conference at High Tech High, in San Diego, California — March 28-30, 2017
  • History Teacher Michael Alexander, Ph.D. visited The Madeira School, in McLean, Virginia, as part of the MHS Task Force for Schedule, Calendar, and Curriculum (TASC) investigation into redesigning the MHS academic calendar — February 16-17, 2017
  • English Teacher Emily Pulfer-Terino ’97 attended the 2017 AWP Conference & Bookfair sponsored by the Association of Writers & Writing Programs, in Washington, D.C. — February 8-11, 2017
*Funded by The Paternotte Family Faculty Travel and Study Endowment Fund

Competitive Salaries & Benefits


Benefits for employees may include:

  • Paid Time Off
  • Sick Time
  • Holiday Pay
  • Tuition Remission
  • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings or Reimbursement Accounts
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Life Insurance 
  • Short & Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Personal Umbrella Insurance
  • Travel Insurance
  • Retirement Plan with 6% Matching Contribution
  • Retirement Planning Assistance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Meals in the Dining Room
Benefits are based upon position held, number of hours worked, and tenure in position.
492 Holmes Road Pittsfield, MA 01201
Phone: (413) 443-6401

About us

Located in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts, Miss Hall's School is a private, college preparatory, boarding and day high school for girls in grades 9-12.
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