Who We Are:
Eastside Prep is an independent school located in Kirkland, WA just five miles from Seattle. With 507 students in grades five through twelve, EPS seeks critical thinkers, responsible actors, compassionate leaders, and wise innovators to help us realize our vision and mission. We offer challenging and rewarding career opportunities in a collaborative and supportive environment. Our community of committed creative and passionate people is ideal for those who value integrity and purposeful change. If you're looking for a community that values your individuality and expertise, Eastside Prep may be the right place for you.
Duties and Responsibilities
Middle Band Programming (Clubs, Advisory, Class Meeting & Assembly)
• Meet regularly with Division Heads and Grade Level Coordinators.
• Collaborate to align student-led initiatives with Advisory, Class Meeting and Assembly content.
• Coordinate assembly content with Division Heads, Director of Student Well-Being, Student Leadership Council, School Counselors, Equity, Inclusion, and Compassionate Leadership Coordinators, and Faculty.
• Responsible for creating a roster of mid-day student clubs in consultation with Director of Student Well-Being.
• Assigns/recruits club sponsors and provides feedback about their effectiveness.
• Oversees club activities—including promotion and resources (e.g. meeting rooms, equipment, supplies, etc.).
Student Community-Building and Orientation
• Work with GLCs to plan the “Community” pillar of Advisory program.
• Collaborate with Office of Student Well-Being to plan activities during Fall Orientations.
• Help Division Heads prepare annual new student orientation and related activities.
Student-to-Student Communications Strategies and Channels
• Collaborate with the Office of Student Well-Being on content for the weekly Student News.
• Develop/revive and maintain virtual and/or physical bulletin boards.
• Create and manage student-centered social media accounts (to be determined).
• Manage grade-level listservs (under consideration).
• Convene regular meetings of the Student Leadership Council and 8th Grade Leadership Lab.
• Coordinate student-planned events, including Prom, Homecoming, Coffee Houses, Winter Wars, dances, ski buses, and Middle School socials.
• Manage activities budget for student socials.
• Liaise with faculty and school leadership to ensure student activities and programs align with school rules and values.
• Maintain the Student Life calendar of events.
• Responsible for securing faculty chaperones—in consultation with Division Heads—and provides oversight of their responsibilities.
• Attend student activities as needed.