Program Coordinator

Staff / Full-Time

Beacon Academy, Boston, MA

Program Coordinator

Job Summary
The Program Coordinator works to support the general operations of Beacon Academy as directed by the Director of the Academy Year. This critical role will often be the first point of contact for students, families, and visitors and, therefore, integral to how we show up as a student-focused community. This team member will contribute to the Beacon community through their ability to engage and respond to the needs of adolescent students in everyday interactions and offer administrative support to faculty
and staff in terms of data entry and management of office supplies. We are looking for an individual inspired by Beacon’s mission and motivated to contribute to a team committed to educational equity.

Reports to: Director of the Academy Year
FTE: 1.0
Schedule: Typically Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM and Wednesdays, Fridays 7:45 AM
to 3:15 PM, with occasional nights or weekend work as needed
Position Type: Full-time, exempt, year-round position (summers included)
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Salary Range: $59,000-$62,000
Preferred Start Date: July 2024

– Greet and welcome all visitors and answer calls.
– Ordering, managing, and supervising student meals and snacks.
– Manage and log student attendance.
– Perform data entry work using Blackbaud and Google Suite tools.
– Support student field trips, co-curricular activities, and other Beacon events.
– Receive and distribute all incoming letters, packages, etc.
– Monitor office supplies and place orders when necessary.
– Actively practice a strong work ethic of timeliness and dependability, personal integrity, confidentiality, and professional maturity.
– Perform other tasks as assigned.

– A positive outlook, personal warmth, an excellent work ethic, and a sense of humor.
– The ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of community members with fairness, respect, consistency, and integrity.
– At least two years’ experience working with youth.
– Customer service orientation.
– Experience organizing activities and processes.
– Strong computer skills, including ability to use MS Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook), Google Workspace, and databases (experience with Blackbaud preferred).
– Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to communicate effectively with all members of the Beacon community.
– Demonstrated ability to embrace and share Beacon Academy’s mission.

Physical Demands
– This position works in our school office environment and requires:
– The ability to guide visitors to Academy rooms.
– The ability to work using a computer intermittently.
– The ability to become Safe Serve certified and follow its protocols for serving and organizing student meals.

To Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume to with the subject line “Program Coordinator_AISNE.”

Beacon Academy welcomes a diverse candidate pool because we believe a diversity of voices leads to better outcomes for everyone.

Beacon Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Beacon Academy

Boston, MA
Middle School, High School
All Gender