Director of Athletics and After School Programs
Framingham, MA Athletics

Full time- Exempt/Salary

  • $1,500 Sign-on Bonus 
  • Housing Resources Available
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Benefits include: Health; Dental; Vision; Life and Disability Insurance; Employer-Matching 403B; Sick/Personal/Vacation Time; Flexible Spending and Dependent Care 

ASL Fluency preferred

TLC Diversity Statement

The Learning Center for the Deaf is on a journey to create an inclusive and welcoming space for people of all backgrounds. Together, we continue to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates our TLC community members' diverse narratives. We embrace and value multiple approaches, experiences, and perspectives. TLC believes that diversity fosters innovation. We are committed to cultivating a place where everyone can feel they belong.

About Marie Philip School:

MPS enrolls nearly 200 deaf and hard of hearing students on our Framingham, MA campus in an ASL/English bilingual, bicultural educational model. 

About Walden School:

Walden School is a nationally-recognized residential therapeutic and education program for deaf children and youth ages 8 to 22 who have often experienced significant adverse childhood events as well as language deprivation.

About TLC:

The Learning Center for the Deaf is a nationally-recognized leader of services for deaf and hard of hearing children, adults and families. To learn more, click here.

For our Mission, click here.


The Director of Athletics and After School Programs is primarily responsible for directing and coordinating all activities of the Athletic Department. The Director ensures the education of athletes is in alignment with The Learning Center for the Deaf’s mission statement.


  • Guidance and oversight of Marie Philip & Walden Schools’ athletic and after-school programs. 
  • Prepare annual budget and allocation of spending and oversight of daily financial operations. 
  • Supervision of athletic staff and coaches and leadership of student-athletes. 
  • Represent MPWS with athletic associations and leagues in New England and USA. 
  • Organizing schedules for practices and games for elementary, middle school, JV, and Varsity teams at MPWS. 
  • Maintain a high level of communication with various entities within the schools (e.g. Nursing Department, academic programs, student-athletes, and caregivers/families). 
  • Previous experience as a youth coordinator, athletics coach, or with after-school programming, including knowledge of issues and priorities important to the student's needs, preferred.
  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in sports, education, childhood development, family studies, or recreation. A Master’s degree is preferred.
  • A minimum of conversational fluency in American Sign Language is required, with native, or near-native ASL fluency preferred.
  • Ability to work independently, including nights and weekends under general supervision.
  • A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
  • Obtain National Federation High School Coach’s Certification within the first year of employment.
Salary Description
$34-$40 per hour