Programs Coordinator/Site Supervisor


The Park School of Baltimore has an opening for a Programs Coordinator/Site Supervisor to join the Facilities and Auxiliary teams. Under the joint supervision of the Director of Facilities and Director of Auxiliary Programming, this position coordinates weekend programs and events to ensure that they run smoothly. This is a 12-month, non-exempt position that works approximately 30 hours per week (some weeks closer to 20 hours).

Devoted to intellectual inquiry, a collaborative spirit of learning, and an appreciation for the diversity of human experience, The Park School of Baltimore is a community founded on positive expectations of our students and respect for individual differences.

We cultivate children’s innate curiosity by nurturing their interests and engaging them as active participants in their own education.

We support young people in becoming confident questioners and responsible citizens of the world.

The Park School is a non-sectarian, independent, coeducational day school of 840 students from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. Founded in 1912 as one of the early progressive schools, The Park School continues to practice a distinct educational philosophy. The core values today, as in 1912, are a belief in children’s capacity to love learning, to grow academically and emotionally when inspired by highly qualified, caring teachers, and to develop self-discipline, confidence, and creative problem-solving skills through deep exploration and constant challenge. At every grade level, from Pre-Kindergarten through Upper School, Park actively encourages questioning and conversation as essential elements of the learning process. The school philosophy emphasizes a belief in positive expectations and expects that students, as they mature, will take increasing responsibility for their own learning.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential responsibility satisfactorily. Strong applicants will be: 

Applicants must be able to work full weekends (both Saturdays and Sundays) as well as weekday evenings to fill out the rest of the week. In addition, applicants must be able to work holiday weekends when the school hosts large rental events, including the weekend after Thanksgiving, the week between Christmas and New Year’s, President’s Day Weekend, MLK Weekend, Mother’s Day Weekend, Father’s Day Weekend, 4th of July, etc. A typical work week involves the following hours:

Weekly hours will be adjusted monthly depending on the school’s specific programs, but the overall breakdown is likely to be approximately 18 hours on the two weekend days (combined) and 12 hours during weekday evenings (four nights per week). Some weeks might be closer to 20 hours per week depending on the volume of weekend activity. On weekends when the school hosts tournaments that run all day Saturday and Sunday, the individual’s hours will be entirely on the weekends without weekday evening work required.

Requires frequent intervals of considerable physical effort including lifting, carrying, and pushing heavy equipment and materials; requires frequent bending, stooping, and crouching. Must be able to identify, observe, and estimate various objects from close and far distances. Requires working in all weather conditions.


Park salaries and benefits are highly competitive with those in other leading independent schools. For new appointments, salaries reflect experience and training equated to Park’s scales. 

Interested candidates must apply by submitting a cover letter, résumé, and employment application to the Director of Auxiliary Programming (Nate Edmunds;

The Park School of Baltimore does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, ancestry, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or any physical or mental disability unrelated to a reasonable performance of an employee’s duties.

COVID-19Please note: Park School currently requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination, subject to legally required exemptions, as a condition of employment.