GMVS is a unique community in which to work and live, made so by its size, location, beautiful campus, state-of-the-art facilities, talented staff, and its dedication to student-athletes. If you think you’re a good fit for our community and you have interest in working at GMVS, please contact us. See below for open positions.

Alpine Program Director

The Alpine Program Director provides strategic direction for the Alpine Program, and is responsible for developing an environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their athletic potential, recruiting and retaining mission-appropriate student-athletes, and educating and inspiring the coaching staff to deliver on the school’s mission and strategy. The Alpine Program Director reports directly to the Head of School, and serves as a key member of the school’s leadership team.

Candidates should demonstrate the following qualities and capabilities:

  • Passion and belief in the GMVS mission, vision, and values driven by a strategic orientation and perspective
  • Possess a clear and thorough understanding of the complex GMVS organization
  • Inspire innovation and greatness in the GMVS community (students, families, and staff)
  • Clear, concise, and compelling communication skills
  • Possess a “can do” and “why not” attitude, willing to take initiative for assertive recruiting and admissions efforts and special projects

GMVS is more than just a training ground for future champions; we’re a community that shares an undying passion for the sport. Join us, and your impact will be immediate and profound. Your role will define the future of ski racing by ensuring that every aspiring athlete gets the opportunity they deserve.

Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume to Head of School, Tracy Keller ([email protected]).

Alpine Coaches

Multiple positions are available at both the Academy (U14 and FIS level) and within the Junior Race Program.

Candidates must have a passion for skiing, demonstrate a strong commitment to athlete development, and have a proven track record of quickly developing rapport and helping athletes continuously improve. Candidates should value access to world class training facilities, show a keen interest in supporting athletes throughout the year, and understand the tenets of long term athlete development. In addition, candidates must be effective communicators, well organized and prepared to lead and manage a small group of athletes.

If you’re interested in joining our team, email your cover letter, resume to Head of School, Tracy Keller ([email protected]).

Director of Finance and Operations

A key member of the school’s leadership team, the Director of Finance & Operations plays a crucial role in overseeing the financial health and operational efficiency of the school, ensuring seamless integration between academic, athletic, and administrative functions. Reporting directly to the Head of School and engaging across all of the essential functions in the organization, this person will work closely with the Business Manager and directly manage the accounting and finance, payroll, information technology, and human resources functions, and provide active oversight of facilities, legal affairs and risk management, auxiliary programs, as well as the campus health, safety, and security functions and the personnel specializing in those areas. In support of the fiduciary responsibilities of the Board of Trustees, the Director of Finance & Operations will work closely with the Finance Committee, and provide timely and accurate analysis and reporting. The Director of Finance & Operations will also collaborate with external partners and stakeholders, representing the school’s interests in negotiations and strategic partnerships.

Green Mountain Valley School in Waitsfield, Vermont, has engaged DovetailED to lead a search for a Director of Finance and Operations. Interested candidates should review the Opportunity Statement and submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references with contact information as a single PDF document to DovetailED President Zack Lehman at [email protected].  Please refrain from contacting the school directly.

Founded in 1973 Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) stands apart as a unique educational institution of about 125 students that supports one very clear mission: through the unique sport of ski racing (Alpine and Nordic) and, through education in the liberal arts tradition, it is our mission to develop the whole person with a life-long love of learning, sport, sport and adventure. Our goal is to create an environment in which our students can become well-rounded scholars, athletes, and citizens who value discipline, responsibility, respect, independent initiative, and total commitment and effort.

GMVS is committed to a policy of Equal Opportunity Employment and nondiscrimination in the treatment of employees or applicants for employment without consideration of race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, gender or gender identity.