Hathaway Brown School provides equal opportunity for employment, promotion and compensation without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation or handicap. As members of the Hathaway Brown community, employees are expected to treat other members in a nondiscriminatory fashion.
On top of being an amazing school, Hathaway Brown is an amazing place to work. Just ask the Employers Resource Council. For the last 13 years, the organization has named the school to the esteemed NorthCoast 99. HB is the only primary or secondary school to be honored as one of the 99 great workplaces for top talent in Northeast Ohio, and it has been a winner every year that ERC has evaluated nonprofit organizations.
If you want a sense of what qualifies HB for this prestigious award, you could spend a few hours poring over the extensive application. In it, you'll find references to the yoga and fitness classes for employees, monthly chair massages offered by an HB alumna, and the fabulous lunches served every day in our beautiful servery connected to the bright and airy four-story Middle School atrium. You'll learn that HB does its best to recruit a diverse and enthusiastic workforce, viewing itself as a "cosmopolitan, innovative, dynamic city of learning, but a city with a heart dedicated to educating the whole person, mind, body, and spirit."
You'll notice a laundry list of professional development opportunities for employees, including international travel, fieldwork, and advanced courses in a variety of disciplines. And you'll discover how people with big ideas and excellent work ethics are nurtured and encouraged by school administrators to try new things and to make the most of themselves as educators and human beings.
But reading the NorthCoast 99 application doesn't really do justice when it comes to explaining the feeling you get from being surrounded by some of the brightest, friendliest, hardest working people anywhere.