About the School

Gill St. Bernard’s School (GSB) is one of only a handful of New Jersey independent schools to offer preschool through grade 12 on a single campus. Founded in 1900 and home today to approximately 650 students, the school is situated on a 208-acre campus with collegiate-like facilities that include more than 20 buildings, a performing arts center, a turf field, tennis courts, a working farm, as well as a two-acre garden and an orchard. The campus is conveniently located just north of Interstate 287 and Route 206 in Gladstone, NJ. It is easily accessible from Morristown, Summit and Bridgewater.

The school is a diverse community rooted in the values of courage, integrity, respect, compassion, and excellence, committed to the belief that education takes place not only in the classroom, but on the stage, in the studios, on the fields, and wherever faculty, staff, and students interact. The school firmly believes in lifelong learning and supports the development of individual and collective talents. GSB is committed to recruiting, retaining, and supporting an exceptional faculty and staff who are dynamic educators seeking to foster a love of learning and to bring out the best in all its students, and who are guided by the school’s mission and an understanding that a sense of balance permeates all that the school does.

About the Position

The Director of Enrollment Management reports to the Head of School and is responsible for recruitment and outreach strategy, the admission process from inquiry through enrollment, financial aid, and retention management including the reenrollment process. She/he manages the admission team and collaborates closely with the Marketing and Communications team, Director of Advancement, Head of School, and select members of the Board of Trustees to ensure that the school meets both short-term and long-term enrollment goals with diverse students who will benefit from and contribute to the Gill community.

The successful candidate will be an experienced admission and financial aid officer, ideally with experience in PK-12 admission, and will demonstrate a commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. He/she will be a collaborative team member and a skilled, goal-oriented manager with a growth mindset, comfortable with using data to set goals, make decisions, and evaluate progress. An excellent communicator with strong writing skills, her/his warmth and sense of humor will be equally evident in intimate settings and when addressing large groups. His/her empathy and honesty will enable him/her to deliver even difficult news in a caring and supportive manner. Finally, familiarity with Blackbaud’s admission office system and the TADS financial aid platform will be advantageous.

How to Apply

Candidates interested in this position are asked to submit the materials listed below as soon as possible.

  • Letter of Interest
  • Resume
  • A list of five or more references with contact information (including phone numbers and email addresses)
  • Up to three letters of reference (optional)

Please address any inquiries or expressions of interest to:

  • Nat Conard, Partner, Educators’ Collaborative, LLC (email: nconard@educatorscollaborative.com, phone: 908-531-5183)