The Rivers School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school serving 490 students in grades 6 through 12, located on a 52- acre campus in Weston, 17 miles west of Boston. The School’s motto of Excellence with Humanity is an overt guiding principle for the school which offers a warm, tight-knit community underscored by close student-faculty relationships and strong, rigorous and challenging academic, arts, and athletic programs. Founded in 1915, Rivers recently celebrated its centennial and is engaged in the initial phase of a comprehensive fundraising campaign, with a public launch expected within the next six months.
Rivers seeks a dynamic, experienced Director of Communications and Marketing (DCM) to develop and implement an integrated messaging strategy that will elevate the visibility of the School consistent with its strategic plan, campaign goals, and enrollment objectives. The DCM and his or her team of 3 will design clear and effective communications that invite all constituents to understand and appreciate the Rivers experience, while ensuring brand identity, messaging coherence, and consistency across all channels. The DCM reports to the Director of Advancement and works collaboratively with the Head of School and the Senior Administrative Team, particularly the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid and the Director of the Conservatory. The ideal candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm for telling the entire school story while being nimble and skilled at building cohesion across media platforms.
For more information please visit https://tinyurl.com/ya2reg7n The Rivers School encourages applications from candidates who support the School’s commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. Candidates should send a cover letter detailing why this position is of particular interest along with a resume to Debbie Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org EOE
About The Rivers School
The Rivers School, an independent college-preparatory coed day school for 490 students in grades 6-12 located in Weston, MA. The school is approximately ten miles outside of Boston.