Careers

Current Job Openings

Submitted by ISSL member schools and listed by date posted. For more information, please contact the school directly.

Teaching Associate - Elementary Level for 2024-25 School Year
Andrews Academy, Creve Coeur
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-24
Library Media/Technology Specialist 2024-25
Andrews Academy, Creve Coeur
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-24
Adolescent Therapist
Logos School
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-23
Full-Time Teacher
Churchill Center & School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-22
Part-time Political Science Teacher
Rosati-Kain Academy
Masters, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-22
Controller
Whitfield School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-21
Full Time Web Content Manager
Nerinx Hall
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-20
Full Time Social Media Coordinator/Video Marketing Specialist
Nerinx Hall
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-20
After Care Coordinator
Central Christian School
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-20
Learning Specialist for Gifted Students (Part-Time)
Central Christian School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-20
Kindergarten Teacher
Central Christian School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-20
Short Term Kindergarten Substitute Teacher
Rohan Woods School
4 Year Degree, Temp/Contract, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-20
Third Grade Teacher
Rohan Woods School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-20
Maintenance Staff
South City Community School
Not Specified, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-16
Extended Day Staff - Aftercare &/or Latecare
South City Community School
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-16
Theater Director
Rosati-Kain Academy
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-15
Accounting Supervisor
Academy of the Sacred Heart
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-15
Office Administrator
South City Community School
Not Specified, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-14
Pre-Primary Assistant Teachers
New City School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-13
Campaign Manager
Whitfield School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-08
Multimedia Coordinator
St. John Vianney High School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-08
Events Manager
Whitfield School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-08
Second Grade Teacher
The Wilson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-07
Kindergarten Teacher
The Wilson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-07
First Grade Teacher
The Wilson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-07
Violin Teacher - Hiring for the 24/25 School Year
The Waldorf School of St. Louis
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-06
Middle School Math Teacher - Long-Term Substitute (August-November 2024)
Rossman School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-06
Athletic Director and Associate PE Teacher
Andrews Academy, Lake St. Louis
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-06
Manager of Major Gifts
Villa Duchesne
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-03
Administrative Assistant to Middle & Upper School Principals / Receptionist
Visitation Academy
Not Specified, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-05-02
MATH TEACHER (part-time) - DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL
De Smet Jesuit High School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-02
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER (part-time) - DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL
De Smet Jesuit High School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-02
MATH TEACHER AND TEACHER, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
De Smet Jesuit High School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-05-01
Upper School Social Studies
Visitation Academy
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-30
Business Teacher
St. John Vianney High School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-29
Part-Time Set Construction & Props Director
Saint Louis Priory School
2 Year Degree, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-26
Part-Time Spanish or French Teacher
Saint Louis Priory School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-26
Library Media Specialist
Andrews Academy, Lake St. Louis
Not Specified, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-25
Kindergarten - Fifth Grade and Middle School Science Teachers
Andrews Academy, Lake St. Louis
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-25
Spirit Shop Coordinator Part Time
St. Joseph’s Academy
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-24
School Nurse
Churchill Center & School
2 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-23
School Nurse
Villa Duchesne
2 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-22
Specials Teacher - Spanish
South City Community School
Not Specified, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-22
Director of Enrollment and Boarding Admissions
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-21
Math Teacher (Sixth - Eighth grade)
Marian Middle School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-21
Head Basketball Coach
St. Joseph’s Academy
4 Year Degree, Temp/Contract, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-18
Teacher Aide
Villa Duchesne
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-18
School Librarian
Chaminade College Preparatory School
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-18
Computer Science Teacher - Part Time
St. Joseph’s Academy
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-17
Theology Teacher
St. John Vianney High School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-17
Adjunct Instructors in Studio or Theatre Arts
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-16
Teaching Assistant for Pre-Kindergarten
Academy of the Sacred Heart
Not Specified, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-16
Director of Middle School
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-16
Science and Math Faculty
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-16
Academic Advisor
Villa Duchesne
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-12
Middle School Integrated Language Arts Teacher
The Principia School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-08
Middle School Learning Engagement Center (LEC) Teacher
The Principia School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-08
Middle School Integrated Art Specialist
The Principia School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-04-08
Permanent Substitute & Extended Day Supervisor
Rossman School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-03
Director of Enrollment Management
St. Joseph’s Academy
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-03
Associate Director of Admission - Lower School
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-04-03
Long-Term Substitute Teacher (August-December 2024)
Rossman School
4 Year Degree, Temp/Contract, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-28
College Counselor
Crossroads College Preparatory School
Not Specified, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-26
Associate Director of College Counseling
Saint Louis Priory School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-26
English Teacher - De Smet Jesuit High School
De Smet Jesuit High School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-25
ROBOTICS COACH AND TEACHER – DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL
De Smet Jesuit High School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-25
Special Services Teacher/Case Manager
Westminster Christian Academy
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-21
Middle and Upper School Instrumental Music (Orchestra) Teacher and Collaborative Pianist
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-20
Part-Time Middle and Upper School Instrumental Music (Orchestra) Teacher
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-20
Early Childhood Assistant - Hiring 2024-25 School Year
The Waldorf School of St. Louis
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-03-18
Sixth Grade Program Lead and Faculty Member
Saint Louis Priory School
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-08
Math Teacher
Crossroads College Preparatory School
Not Specified, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-03-07
Classroom Teachers for 2024-2025 School Year
The College School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-02-23
Spanish Teacher
The Fulton School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-02-21
Lower School Teaching Associate
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-02-19
Director of Enrollment Management
Saint Louis Priory School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-02-16
Upper School Humanities Teacher
The Principia School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-02-08
Middle School Integrated Studies (Social Studies) Teacher
The Principia School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-02-08
Administrative Chair
The Waldorf School of St. Louis
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-01-26
Substitute Position
The Waldorf School of St. Louis
Not Specified, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-01-26
IT Support Specialist
Saint Louis Priory School
2 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2024-01-19
Resident Assistant
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2024-01-04
Educational Technology Help Desk Technician
The Principia School
Not Specified, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2023-12-20
Special Education Teacher
Academy of St. Louis
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2023-10-12
School Counselor/Therapist
Academy of St. Louis
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2023-10-12
Teacher Assistant / Paraprofessional
Academy of St. Louis
2 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2023-10-12
Substitute Teachers
New City School
Not Specified, Temp/Contract, Experienced
Posted: 2023-09-18
Extended Care Staff
The St. Michael School of Clayton
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2023-06-09

Teaching Associate - Elementary Level for 2024-25 School Year Andrews Academy, Creve Coeur

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Dr. Mary Meadows
Phone: 314-878-1883
Email: mmeadows@andrewsacademy.com

Teaching Associate

Andrews Academy in Creve Coeur is seeking an elementary level teaching associate to support various grade levels for the 2024-25 school year. The role of the Teaching Associate is to serve as a partner with the classroom teachers to support student learning and supervision. The associate provides support and enrichment to students through effective whole group, small group, and individualized learning practices. The Teaching Associate also serves as a substitute teacher as needed and as a lead teacher on daycare days throughout the school year. Full time position with benefits.

Qualifications:

Education degree required and Missouri teaching certification preferred. Full time positions with benefits. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, résumé and educational philosophy to the attention of Dr. Mary Meadows, Head of School at mmeadows@andrewsacademy.com. 

Library Media/Technology Specialist 2024-25 Andrews Academy, Creve Coeur

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Dr. Mary Meadows
Phone: 314-878-1883
Email: mmeadows@andrewsacademy.com

Andrews Academy elementary school in Creve Coeur is seeking a Library Media/Technology Specialist for the 2024-25 school year. The Library Media/Technology Specialist is responsible for working collaboratively with school administration, staff, and students to develop an engaging library media/technology program that supports the curriculum; provides instructional leadership for the teaching of literacy and interactive media and technology skills; develops and maintains a media center collection rich in print, and non‐print materials; and manages the library/media center as an open and flexible community space. 

This position includes: 

  • Creating and maintaining a flexible and welcoming learning environment for the school community.

  • Collaborating with classroom teachers and specialists to develop relevant and engaging learning experiences that integrate key critical thinking, literacy skills, and technology.   

  • Promoting reading in traditional and innovative ways including print materials, digital media, and video production.

  • Developing initiatives to encourage and engage learners (Junior Kindergarten through Grade 6)  in reading, writing, and listening for understanding and enjoyment.

Qualifications:

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree in education preferably in the area of library science and experience working with young children in an elementary school setting. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and résumé to the attention of Head of School, Dr. Mary Meadows at  mmeadows@andrewsacademy.com

 

Adolescent Therapist Logos School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Dr. Kathy Fenger
Phone: 3142273771
Email: kfenger@logosschool.org
apply online

Adolescent Therapist Job Description:  Logos School

 

Logos School is a private, therapeutic co-ed middle and high school seeking a uniquely qualified candidate to join our team of highly dedicated and motivated professionals.   Logos School serves students with academic, behavioral, and emotional challenges. We believe that every adolescent regardless of their challenges in life deserves an education and chance to develop into a successful, contributing young adult. We are dedicated to transforming lives and helping our students construct their futures.

 

Logos Adolescent Therapist’s work in a well-respected therapeutic school environment with an incredible team of 10 other therapists.  This is a truly rewarding job for clinicians who desire to work with adolescents.

 

 Major clinical therapist responsibilities will include:

 

            *  Caseload of approximately 12-13 students

            *  Weekly individual therapy with each student on caseload

            *  Weekly contact with parents

            *  Co-facilitate bi-weekly group therapy

            *  Participate in clinical staff meetings and school staff meetings

            *  Crisis intervention

            *  Emergency on-call availability for caseload/families

            *  Accurate and timely documentation

            *  Other assigned duties (before or after school supervision at dismissal)

 

Minimum qualifications:

           

Seeking applicants with an LCSW or LPC and a minimum of 2 years of related experience with adolescents.  

 

Applicants must have the following qualities: ethical, responsible, dedicated, proficient at multitasking, autonomous, collegial, creative problem solver, and be able to thrive in a fast paced & high-energy environment. 

 

Application requirements:  Please email/send letter of interest, current resume, and three references to: kfenger@logosschool.org.  nwren@logosschool.org.

 

Logos is an equal opportunity employer.  We do not discriminate against applicants based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or di

Full-Time Teacher Churchill Center & School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Email: resume@churchillstl.org
apply online

Churchill’s Mission Statement: To give high potential children with learning disabilities the finest, individualized, remedial education and the support they need to achieve and return to a traditional classroom, and... To foster greater understanding and support for all people with learning disabilities by training other educators, supporting our families, and enlightening the community. 

Position Description: Churchill Center & School is looking for a motivated, energetic, child-centered individual with strong verbal and written communication skills and effective classroom management to teach daily 1:1 tutorials and small class size curriculum classes. 

Required and Preferred Skills:

Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in Education (specialization in Learning Disabilities or Dyslexia preferred)

 Responsibilities:

  • Support Churchill’s mission and vision
  • Teach daily 1:1 Tutorials
  • Teach small group curriculum classes
  • Co-teach daily Homeroom
    • Complete student quarterly reports and goals and other student information (i.e. staffings, effective techniques, student profiles, sub-plans, and other documents to enhance diagnostic and prescriptive teaching)
    • Collaborate with colleagues to provide each student with a child-centered program
    • Conduct professional parent conferences
      • Participate in daily faculty meetings, student meetings, and monthly team meetings
      • Participate in frequent professional development
      • Contribute positively to the Churchill community
      • Perform assigned duties (i.e. recess, lunch, study hall, dismissal etc.)
      • Complete other duties assigned by the Head of School

 

*Teacher training and support are provided, including Wilson Language Training 

Part-time Political Science Teacher Rosati-Kain Academy

Education
Masters
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Nicole Blazer
Phone: 3145338513
Email: nblazer@rosati-kain.org
apply online

Rosati-Kain Academy is seeking an innovative and passionate educator who has the academic background and experience to teach both 11th and 12th grade American Politics and Comparative Politics. The position is for one class each semester. Ideal candidates will have an advanced degree in political science, government, or law.  Candidates with an advanced degree in History or other-related fields will be considered if the candidate has 18 hours of graduate course-work in political science, government, or law. Candidates should value student-centered experiential education and empowering young women in a multicultural and spiritual environment. Extra stipends for clubs and coaching sports is also a possibility. 

Please see rosati-kain.org for more information about the position and to learn more about the only all-girls high school in the city of St. Louis. 

Send CV and cover letter to nblazer@rosati-kain.org  using the position you are seeking in the subject.

Controller Whitfield School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Rob Kampen
apply online

Whitfield School, an innovative independent day school for students in grades 6-12, announces an opening for a Controller.

The Controller is an integral part of the Business Office and is responsible for all accounting activities, including management of the general ledger accounting system, ensuring accounts are maintained in accordance with GAAP, proper internal controls are in place, a timely month-end close, and all appropriate general ledger accounts are properly reconciled. The strongest candidates will have experience with non-profit accounting, general ledgers, and financial statement audits. The Controller will also collaborate with a variety of internal stakeholders, including executive-level staff and other department directors on budgets and financial reporting. The role reports to the Director of Finance & Operations (DFO) and supervises one Business Office Associate.

Specific Responsibilities: 

  • Provide day-to-day management of all accounting functions, ensuring accurate and timely data entries to the accounting system and coherent financial reporting 

  • Execute the monthly closing process and timely and accurate preparation of internal financial statements

  • Prepare account reconciliations on a monthly basis for cash, investments, and contributions

  • Assist the DFO in the preparation and monitoring of departmental budgets and forecasts, working with other administrators and department heads concerning budget performance 

  • Manage the school’s annual audit, including preparation of schedules and any necessary tax filings, including Form 990, 5500, etc.

  • Establish and maintain appropriate procedures and controls for all financial systems in accordance with AICPA and FASB standards, and oversee all accounting functions

  • Work with the DFO to implement process improvements in the areas of financial reporting, payroll processing, student billing, internal accounting controls, and budgeting

  • Supervise and support one Business Office Associate 

  • Oversee student billing and all family communications related to financial obligations and collection efforts 

  • Oversee daily cash management

  • Coordinate and execute the monthly payroll process with a third-party vendor

  • Assist the DFO with review of benefits packages and execute the annual open enrollment for all benefit plans

  • Communicate human resources, payroll, and accounting policies and procedures to employees as needed, and ensure compliance with policies 

  • Serve as an administrative liaison for the Parents’ Council and attend monthly Executive Committee meetings

  • Oversee the daily operation of the Campus Store, Café, and Concession Stand

  • Coordinate and supervise the operation of school transportation services, including the operation of a daily shuttle

  • Work with academic department heads to execute the virtual online bookstore

  • Oversee business and operations records retention 

  • Participate in external surveys and reports as requested by the DFO 

  • Participate in professional development to ensure understanding of current GAAP and accounting regulations

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field required; MBA or CPA preferred

  • Minimum of five years of professional accounting experience. Experience working in non-profit accounting and/or public accounting strongly preferred

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to cultivate effective, professional relationships with students and families, faculty and staff 

  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills  

  • The ability to manage time efficiently and effectively prioritize responsibilities

  • Professional presentation and excellent written communication skills 

  • A high degree of cultural competency with demonstrated success working with individuals from diverse backgrounds 

  • High ethical standards and strong professional boundaries 

  • Proficiency with Google Suite, Microsoft Office Suite and Blackbaud Financial Edge and/or like systems

Interested candidates should submit the Whitfield Application for Employment form (click here) which includes submitting two PDF files through the application:

  • Cover letter as introduction to search committee

  • Resume detailing experiences and qualifications

Whitfield actively seeks to forward the equity and diversity of our community in our admissions, programming, policies, and hiring. We do not discriminate on the basis of race or color, religion, age, nationality, ethnicity, economic background, disability status, protected veteran status, sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. Whitfield School is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all candidates to apply.

Full Time Web Content Manager Nerinx Hall

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Email: wlaird@nerinxhs.org
apply online

Nerinx Hall is seeking an experienced Web Content Manager to join our communications team. In this role, you will create, develop, implement, and manage web-based communication strategies to raise brand awareness and keep internal and external audiences informed. You will use content management software (CMS) to post content, analyze user traffic, and assess engagement. The Web Content Manager will also oversee the creation of internal and external newsletters and email campaigns.

See full position descriptions at nerinxhall.org/about/work-here

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant samples to Director of Communications Warren Laird at wlaird@nerinxhs.org. Email submissions only. 

Full Time Social Media Coordinator/Video Marketing Specialist Nerinx Hall

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Email: wlard@nerinxhs.org
apply online

Nerinx Hall is seeking a dynamic Social Media Coordinator/Video Marketing Specialist to join our communications team. In this role, you'll be primarily responsible for creating engaging social media content, with a focus on dynamic video, to attract and grow our online audience. You will also contribute to digital marketing strategies to ensure a cohesive approach to our school's messaging.

See full position descriptions at nerinxhall.org/about/work-here

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant samples to Director of Communications Warren Laird at wlaird@nerinxhs.org. Email submissions only. 

After Care Coordinator Central Christian School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Christan Perona
Phone: 314.727.4535
Email: cperona@centralschoolstl.org

Central Christian School is seeking a part-time After Care Coordinator to manage our before and after school program. All candidates should have a demonstrable Christian commitment and an educational philosophy that is consistent with Central Christian School's vision and mission. This individual will promote the spiritual, cognitive, and social-emotional development of students.  

Qualifications:
  • A profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
  • A member of a local, Bible-teaching Christian church
  • Three or more years of experience working with children, preferred
The ideal candidate will have:
  • A strong ability to connect with children and adults
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • An eagerness to serve in a Christian learning environment
  • Experience working as part of a collaborative team
  • The ability to organize and execute a program
  • Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds
  • The ability to interact professionally with parents and school community members
  • A commitment to creating an environment where all students feel safe, welcome, and respected 
Job Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for planning and overseeing the maintenance of an orderly, safe, and pleasant atmosphere consistent with the school-day environment
  • Advertises for, interviews, and hires staff in collaboration with the Head of School
  • Conducts annual training for workers & delivers program training updates
  • Manages staff as needed
  • Plans enrichment classes – hires instructors, conducts registration, collects fees
  • Orders and makes program purchases (snacks)
  • Plans program schedule and employee work schedule, adjusting for early dismissal days
Oversees day-to-day operations of After Care program:
  • Monitors staff and students during daily program hours
  • Oversees proper student check-in and dismissal procedures for After Care
  • Manages student discipline referrals, including counseling students involved in an issue and contacting parents if needed
  • Maintains records – submits monthly attendance reports to office

To apply:
Thank you for your interest in the After Care Coordinator position. If you’d like to apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to our Head of School, Mrs. Christan Perona.

Overview of Central Christian School
Centrally located near the Clayton business district, this unique, urban placement within the St. Louis metropolitan area has been a critical component in Central’s identity. We are committed to educating a racially and socio-economically diverse group of students equitably, with purposeful excellence, to prepare them to engage a changing world for Jesus Christ. Unapologetically Christian, we serve the children of Christian parents, ages 3 through 6th Grade.

Vision and Mission
Central Christian School is a Gospel-driven, academically excellent learning community for each unique image-bearer of God. We partner with families to prepare children to engage the world by instilling a passion for God, a love of truth, and a zeal to serve. 

Learning Specialist for Gifted Students (Part-Time) Central Christian School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Erin Eachus, Director of Student Growth
Phone: 3147274535
Email: eeachus@centralschoolstl.org
apply online

Central Christian School is hiring a part-time gifted education teacher for the 2024/25 school year. We are seeking a Christ-filled, innovative, and passionate individual to  serve as our Horizons Teacher, a Learning Specialist for gifted students, who will work 12 hours per week (one full day and one half day.) This individual will be responsible for supporting the academic success of students who benefit from enrichment. 

Qualifications:

  • A profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
  • Personally affirm Central’s Statement of Faith
  • A member of a Bible-teaching Christian church
  • Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, preferred
  • Certification in Gifted Education, preferred
  • Experience working with gifted students and modifying standards and curriculum to meet students' needs. 
  • Two or more years of successful classroom experience, preferred

Job Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate pull-out and push-in sessions for 3rd-6th Grade students enrolled in the Horizons program to foster critical and creative thinking, problem-solving and affective skills, and enrichment beyond the homeroom classroom experience.

  • Develop, implement, and update Advanced Learning Plans for each student in the Horizons program.

  • Collaborate with homeroom teachers to provide extension opportunities within the general education classroom. 

  • Foster strong relationships and communicate regularly with parents of Horizons students.

  • Implement the following assessments annually: Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, and Scales for Identifying Gifted Students. 

  • Annually aggregate and review data, as well as facilitate the committee, used to identify gifted learners.

  • Communicate identification procedures and findings with parents of prospective Horizons students.

  • Remain current on best practices for gifted education design and implementation. 

  • Review and further develop the Horizons program design, objectives, curriculum, and practices. 

Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of child development, learning, and behavior

  • Skill in critical thinking and planning

  • Calm and patient demeanor with students

  • Positive attitude

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively

  • Ability to receive feedback and make adjustments in response to the feedback

  • A significant degree of professionalism and confidentiality

Thank you for your interest in working with our gifted students in the Horizons Teacher position. If you’d like to apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to our Director of Student Growth, Erin Eachus, at eeachus@centralschoolstl.org.

Overview of Central Christian School
Centrally located near the Clayton business district, this unique, urban placement within the St. Louis metropolitan area has been a critical component in Central’s identity. We are committed to educating a racially and socio-economically diverse group of students equitably, with purposeful excellence, to prepare them to engage a changing world for Jesus Christ. Unapologetically Christian, we serve the children of Christian parents, ages 3 through 6th Grade.

Vision and Mission
Central Christian School is a Gospel-driven, academically excellent learning community for each unique image-bearer of God. We partner with families to prepare children to engage the world by instilling a passion for God, a love of truth, and a zeal to serve. 

Kindergarten Teacher Central Christian School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Brittany Breckner
Phone: 3147274535
Email: bbreckner@centralschoolstl.org
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Central Christian School is hiring a full-time Senior Kindergarten (SK)  teacher for the 2024/25 school year. Candidates should demonstrate a faith in Christ, love children, and be aligned with our vision and mission. Teachers at Central are eager to cultivate the spiritual, academic, social, and emotional growth of students.

Qualifications:

  • A profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
  • A member of a Bible-teaching Christian church
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education or Teaching Certification
  • Love for and ability to connect with children
Desired Qualities
  • Experience developing Project-Based Learning (PBL) experiences or willingness to learn
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Experience working as part of a collaborative team
  • Knowlege of curriculum development utilizing Understanding by Design
  • Ability to plan, prepare, and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate an active learning environment
  • Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds
  • Commitment to differentiating instruction to meet the diverse needs of learners
  • Ability to interact professionally with parents and school community members
  • Commitment to professional development and lifelong learning
  • Willingness a classroom community where all students feel safe, welcome, and respected 
  • Willingness to make cross-curricular connections across academic disciplines
Compensation and Benefits
The salary range for a teaching position at Central is from $35,000-$57,000 commensurate with experience. Benefits include: medical (including vision and dental), retirement, holidays, school breaks (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Spring Break, Easter), personal days and sick days. In addition, employees' children receive a tuition discount, along with free before care and after care. Central is committed to the growth and flourishing of our employees and offers on-campus professional development, along with opportunities to engage in off-campus learning experiences. 

To Apply
Thank you for your interest in the Elementary Teacher position. To apply or learn more, please send your resume to our Director of Academics, Brittany Breckner, and begin a Faculty Application. We're excited to meet you!
 
Overview of Central Christian School
Centrally located near the Clayton business district, this unique, urban placement within the St. Louis metropolitan area has been a critical component in Central’s identity. We are committed to educating a racially and socio-economically diverse group of students equitably, with purposeful excellence, to prepare them to engage a changing world for Jesus Christ. Unapologetically Christian, we serve the children of Christian parents, ages 3 through 6th Grade.

Vision and Mission
Central Christian School is a Gospel-driven, academically excellent learning community for each unique image-bearer of God. We partner with families to prepare children to engage the world by instilling a passion for God, a love of truth, and a zeal to serve. 

Short Term Kindergarten Substitute Teacher Rohan Woods School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Eilleen Carrion
Email: ecarrion@rohanwoods.org

Rohan Woods School, serving children age 2 through Sixth Grade, is accepting applications from experienced educators to serve as a long-term substitute teacher in Senior Kindergarten August 15 through September 20, 2024.

Preferred candidates should possess a degree in education and classroom experience setting the foundation for a smooth transition during the teacher’s absence. The candidate will plan and teach activities to stimulate academic, social, and emotional growth. Curricular strands include language arts, mathematics, social studies, and Project. Our personalized instruction builds strong skills in our students and an understanding of how to become a contributing member in the classroom. Candidates should possess the ability to collaborate with colleagues, exercise flexibility, and possess a joy for teaching.

Competitive compensation is commensurate with other independent schools.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Executive Assistant, Eilleen Carrion, at ecarrion@rohanwoods.org.

 

Third Grade Teacher Rohan Woods School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Eilleen Carrion
Email: ecarrion@rohanwoods.org

Rohan Woods School is searching for an experienced Third Grade teacher with a degree in education to serve in a full-time capacity for the 2024-2025 school year. By virtue of the school’s mission, Rohan Woods has one classroom per grade level and incorporates Project Approach in curricular offerings. The candidate will work collaboratively with other faculty members to ensure curricular effectiveness both laterally and horizontally.

The candidate will plan and teach activities to stimulate academic, social, and emotional growth. Curricular strands include language arts, mathematics, social studies, and Project. Our personalized instruction builds strong skills in our students and an understanding of how to become a contributing member in the classroom.

Parent communication is of the utmost importance at Rohan Woods. Building partnerships with parents sets the foundation for successful students. Core and Specialty Teachers communicate directly with parents to build a cohesive team that supports each student. The school year is divided into trimesters, with report cards and conferences taking place each trimester. 

Candidates who have a passion for education, a willingness to explore, and a strong growth mindset will find this opportunity rewarding and exciting. Project Approach training will be provided for a seamless transition. Competitive salary and full benefits are commensurate with other independent schools.

Program Benefits:

  • Class size is limited to 15 students or less
  • Average faculty tenure is 10 years
  • Tuition remission offered
  • Medical Insurance available
  • Lunch provided
  • Two week winter and spring breaks

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Assistant, Eilleen Carrion at ecarrion@rohanwoods.org.

 

Maintenance Staff South City Community School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Mikaela Garth
Email: mgarth@sccommunityschool.org

Department: Facilities

Classification: School-Facing

Status: Part-time; Hourly non-exempt; avg of 16-20 hours/week 

Calendar: 12 months

Immediate Supervisor: Asst HOS for Finance & Operations  

Salary: $20-$25/hour commensurate with experience 

Benefits: 24 hours of Paid Time Off (PTO), eligible to participate in SCCS 403(b) retirement plan beginning August 1, 2024.  

Position Summary: 

While the responsibilities below represent the primary role of the Maintenance Staff  the list is not exhaustive and may require additional duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Asst HOS for Finance & Operations.   Schedule will be flexible but the preference would be to establish regular work days to provide overall consistency for the faculty and staff.    

General tools are provided by SCCS.

Primary Responsibilities 

  • Maintenance: 

    • Maintain the Work Order Request Log: 

      • Check daily 

      • Respond in a timely manner to various general maintenance, furniture assembly or supply moves, minor janitorial, outside repair/cleanup issues, and small construction projects

      • Record work completed or status of issues

    • Perform Preventive Maintenance requirements per the established schedule

    • Update, maintain the deferred maintenance listing and recommend to Asst HOS for Finance and Operations any items that should be included in any major capital expenditures or planning.

  • Housekeeping: 

    • Keep the area around the School and entry to the Reber building clean

    • Keep the Maintenance office, Boiler Room and Garage organized and clean

    • Assist in the oversight and direction of the Janitorial contractor 

  • School Support: 

    • Assist in delivering supplies as requested

    • Assist in the set up and take down for all school hosted events 

    • Assist in the removal or set up of furniture and furnishings as needed 

  • Other: 

    • Order supplies and materials as needed keeping all receipts for submission to Asst HOS for Finance & Operations for any reimbursements.

    • Assist in managing and scheduling any contractors for major repairs or projects.

  • Communication: 

    • Notify the Front Desk and/or Office Manager when on site.

      • Carry and use walkie talkie when on site.

    • Be the first point of contact as an “on call” maintenance service provider for facility and equipment related issues. Schedule outside contractors as needed.  

    • Use the provided computer and SCCS supplied email to communicate to staff and any contractors when doing SCCS business.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent with preference for some trade school education

  • General knowledge of repairs and maintenance of building components and systems including but not limited to:  carpentry, painting, door and window hardware, electrical, plumbing, HVAC (window A/C units, low pressure boiler), drywall and other items required to keep the School buildings in safe and good working condition., 

  • Has a working knowledge of Google Email, Docs, and Spreadsheets. 

  • Can supply three (3) references including a previous employer who can attest to:  

    • Successful experience related to the position

    • Candidate's ability to organize, prioritize and enhance systems. 

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Familiarity with school environments is a plus.

 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and references to Mikaela Garth, Asst. HOS for Finance and Operations, at mgarth@sccommunityschool.org. Please include "Maintenance Staff" in the subject line.

Extended Day Staff - Aftercare &/or Latecare South City Community School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Mikaela Garth
Email: mgarth@sccommunityschool.org

Department: Extended Day 

Classification: Ancillary Services

Status: Part-time - .28 - .30 FTE, Hourly Non Exempt  

Calendar: 10 months

Hours: After Care 1:15 pm - 3:30 pm; Late Care 3:15 pm-5:30 pm

Immediate Supervisor: Asst. HOS for Finance & Operations 

Salary: $16.00/hour

Position Summary: As an After Care &/or Late Care Staff member for the Extended Day, you will be responsible for providing supervision, enrichment activities, and a safe environment for students after their specific grade level regular school day has ended. You will ensure that students have a positive and engaging experience while in the extended day program, fostering an environment of rest, social interaction, creativity, and relaxation. 

 

While the responsibilities below represent the primary role of the Extended Day After Care & Late Care Staff, the list is not exhaustive and may require additional duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Asst. HOS for Finance & Operations. 

 

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Welcome students to after care/late care with enthusiasm and positivity, ensuring a smooth transition from the regular school day.

  • Supervise and engage with students during after care/late care hours, maintaining a restful, safe and supportive environment at all times.

  • Plan and facilitate a variety of age-appropriate activities, first providing the opportunity for rest and then activities such as arts and crafts, games, outdoor play, and quiet time for reading or relaxation.

  • Provide snacks and refreshments to students as needed, ensuring compliance with any dietary restrictions or allergies.

  • Foster positive social interactions among students, encouraging teamwork, cooperation, and respect for others.

  • Communicate regularly with student leadership and parents/guardians regarding any concerns, issues, or special needs of students.

  • Maintain a clean and organized after care/late care areas, including setup and cleanup of activity materials and equipment.

  • Follow school policies and procedures, including safety protocols and behavior management guidelines.

  • Collaborate with other Extended Day  staff members to ensure a smooth transition between the regular school day and after care/late care  hours.

 

Qualifications 

  • Enthusiasm for working with children in an after school or recreational setting.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to interact positively with students, staff, and parents/guardians.

  • Dependability, punctuality, and a willingness to assist with various tasks as needed.

  • Ability to follow directions and work effectively as part of a team.

  • Physical stamina and the ability to perform light to moderate physical tasks, such as standing, walking, lifting, and carrying.

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred but not required.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and references to Mikaela Garth, Asst. HOS for Finance and Operations, at mgarth@sccommunityschool.org. Please include "Extended Day Staff" in the subject line.

Theater Director Rosati-Kain Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Nicole Blazer
Phone: 3145338513
Email: nblazer@rosati-kain.org
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Rosati-Kain Academy is seeking a Theater Director for our Fall Play and Spring Musical. The Theater Director works to cultivate student interest and passion for performing arts while managing all stages of the production from design and pre-production through rehearsal and final performances. This role is responsible for both the dramatic and creative aspects as well as the logistical and budgetary functions. The Fall Play will be performed at Rosati-Kain on November 22-23, 2024, and the Spring Musical is scheduled for March 7-8, 2025.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Passion for theater education and performing arts

  • Commitment to fostering creativity, confidence, and teamwork in students

  • Experience directing theater productions

  • Excellent organizational skills with ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines effectively

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work collaboratively with students, faculty, and community members. 

  • Knowledge of all stages of theater production as well as best practices in teaching acting, singing, and production

  • Proficiency in stage direction, acting techniques, and production management. 

  • Knowledge of theatrical lighting, sound, set design, and costume design concepts

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to motivate and inspire adolescents

  • Bachelor's degree in Theater, Performing Arts, English or related field. 

Please see https://rosati-kain.org/rka-hiring for a complete job description and application requirements. 

Send all materials to nblazer@rosati-kain.org  using the position you are seeking in the subject.

Accounting Supervisor Academy of the Sacred Heart

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Julie Saville
Phone: 636-946-4517
Email: jsaville@ash1818.org
apply online

Academy of the Sacred Heart

Accounting Supervisor

Job Description

 

Job Summary: 

The Accounting Supervisor (AS) reports to the Business Manager (BM). The AS is responsible for supervising the day-to-day operation of the Business Office. The AS coordinates the daily work- load of the Accounting Clerk/Purchasing Coordinator. The AS monitors daily cash flows and makes recommendations to the BM concerning management of cash balances. The AS is responsible for payroll and benefits administration; workers’ compensation administration; oversees accounts payable, cash receipts, student billing; posts accounts payable & miscellaneous cash to the GL; petty cash administration and audit support. The AS maintains a personnel file for each employee and oversees individual vacation and sick leave records. The AS acts as primary liaison between the Business Office and Special Events Coordinator. 

The AS will demonstrate leadership by example in communicating effectively with administrators, the internal academic community, staff, and parents. 

Primary Responsibilities: 

Payroll Administration: 

Request and maintain all new employee forms and documents for payroll.  Obtain a background screening for all new employees and volunteers. 

Annually prepare/update payroll database using information contained on the salary and compensation worksheet provided by the BM. Update benefit elections, direct deposit accounts and adjust retirement deductions as needed. 

Validate time sheets on a bi-weekly basis and electronically transmit payroll for processing on a timely basis. 

Complete payroll journal for posting to the general ledger by the BM.

Benefits Administration: 

Spearhead the identification, analysis and examination of potential medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance providers. Prepare comparative presentation for consultation with the BM and make decisive recommendation for selection. 

Function as liaison with insurance brokers for plan changes, new contracts, etc. 

Ensure the timely submission of employee enrollment forms and confirm accuracy of billing roster on a monthly basis. 

Act as point person for administration of 403(b) retirement program. 

Function as liaison with plan provider and counsel employees concerning plan options. 

Ensure the timely submission of employee enrollment forms and confirm accuracy of billing roster on a monthly basis. 

For 403 (b) retirement plan, at fiscal year-end prepare audit summaries to prove liability versus transmission of funds throughout the previous plan year. Work with 403 (b) third party administrator to verify eligibility of employee and confirm W-2 income for employer retirement contribution calculation.           

Maintain a current and on-going record of accrued, used, and available personal, sick, and vacation days for each employee.

Workers’ Compensation Administration:

Be knowledgeable of workers’ compensation law, reporting requirements and procedures. Act as school liaison with insurance carrier. 

Ensure that on-the-job injuries are reported in a timely manner. 

Provide insurance carrier with injured employee’s work schedule, pay rates etc., as requested. 

Work with employees through the worker’s comp process and act as liaison as needed. 

Petty Cash Administration: 

Maintain physical custody of school’s petty cash funds; disburse, monitor, and replenish as necessary. 

Maintain disciplined audit trail of appropriate requests and required receipts. 

Accounts Payable & Cash Receipts Administration: 

Supervise and ensure timely processing of accounts payable and cash receipts. 

Review accounts payable invoices prepared by Accounting Clerk for accuracy, completeness and appropriate account distribution. Indicate acceptance by approving payment requests and returning for check preparation. 

Review check register for accuracy and import into the general ledger. 

Review cash receipts for PayPal, OneCause (special events), and TeamSideline (sports) for accuracy.  Balance with the processing websites. 

Review cash receipts for accuracy and import into the general ledger. Perform monthly bank reconciliation and present to BM for review and approval. 

General Ledger and Audit Support:           

Regularly reconcile general ledger accounts during the year.  At year-end prepare work papers for audit requests for interim audit and final audit. 

Prepare workpapers requested by the audit company including payroll and benefit work papers. 

Prepare retirement reconciliation paperwork for annual audit and review annual required documents (annual notice to employees, 8955, 5500) prepared by Third Party Administrator. Review with BM for signature and filing. 

Other: 

Human resources support for new and current employees.  This includes posting job opportunities on appropriate websites and reviewing/updating job descriptions.  Act as a liaison between candidates and the school. 

Supervise business support of Country Fair, Golf Outing, Silver Tea, Trivia Night, Chemin de Fer and other fund raising events as necessary. 

Required Characteristics: The AS must have love of children and be at ease working in an educational setting. The AS must be firm but flexible; be discrete; be a team member; be able to delegate; be a comfortable communicator; have relational qualities and be a leader who fosters staff development. 

Technical knowledge Requirements:

Advanced knowledge of: 

            Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.                                    Proficient in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook

 Working knowledge of:    

            Inova and Blackbaud-proprietary software for payroll                and accounting, preferred.

            Human resources management.

Apply online at https://www.ash1818.org/main/employment-opportunities/.  Cover letters should be addressed to Tim Horner, Head of School.

Generous benefits, holiday pay, and vacation pay.  Equal Opportunity Employer.

Office Administrator South City Community School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Mikaela Garth
Email: mgarth@sccommunityschool.org
apply online

Department: Administration

Classification: School-Facing

Status: Full-time (1.0 FTE)

Calendar: 12 months

Immediate Supervisor: Asst HOS for Finance & Operations  

Salary: $30,000 - $33,500 commensurate with experience 

Benefits: 168 hours of Paid Time Off (PTO), paid school holidays, 50% faculty/staff tuition discount, free Extended Day care for SCCS school enrolled child(ren) + any benefits offered to qualified full-time employees. 

Position Summary: The Office Administrator plays a vital role in the efficient functioning of SCCS’s administrative operations while contributing to SCCS’s overall efficiency and effectiveness in serving students, staff and parents. The Office Administrator serves to ensure smooth communication and effective management of administrative tasks and record maintenance.  

 

While the responsibilities below represent the primary role of the Office Administrator, the list is not exhaustive and may require additional duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Asst HOS for Finance & Operations.  


Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Administrative support: 

    • Provide assistance to the Leadership team, including but not limited to, handling correspondence, scheduling appointments and organizing meetings. 

    • Assists with the management of student, family and staff data in the FACTS Student Information System and donor information within the Kindful database. 

    • Assists the Asst. HOS for Finance & Operations with the scheduling, registration, calendar management of SCCS Ancillary programs (Extended Day, Athletics, Summer Camp, Extracurriculars) and shared space usage by partners &/or outside parties. 

    • Assists the Asst. HOS for Teaching & Learning in scheduling advance substitutes as needed, report card and transcript issuing. 

  • Communication: 

    • Serve as a liaison between SCCS, parents, students, addressing inquiries, disseminating information, and facilitating communication channels. 

    • Assist Marketing and Communications Specialist with printing and mailing projects as needed and support all school-wide communications. 

    • Assists in the management of school communications in FACTS and MailChimp.

    • Maintain the school phone and walkie talkie systems.

  • Front Desk Operations: 

    • Manage the front desk in terms of deliveries, mail, email and phone calls/voicemail for the school office. 

    • Work with the Faculty Team Leads & the Asst. HOS for Teaching & Learning to maintain an accurate record of which classes are off campus when and why for security purposes. 

    • Be the resident backup to the front desk in the main office when the School Nurse is off campus. 

  • Supply Management: 

    • Manage the general school supply budget, track and maintain school supplies for teachers and staff. 

    • Maintains the school copier and supplies. 

  • Technology Support: 

    • Track and oversee school Chromebook technology along with staff computers.

  • Other Support: 

    • Responsible for researching and leading the school in more efficient administrative systems & processes as it relates to the FACTS SIS, Kindful, registrations, student information and communications. 

    • Provide backup front desk support to the main school building.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent

  • Has a strong working knowledge of Google suite of products (Google Docs, Sheets, Forms) and experience with data management in Google Sheets or Excel. 

  • Can supply three (3) references including a previous employer who can attest to:  

    • Successful experience related to the position

    • Candidate's ability to organize, prioritize and enhance systems. 

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Prior experience with or demonstrated ability to quickly learn: 

    • FACTS Student Information System 

    • Kindful Donor Management

    • RingCentral Phone System Management

    • Walkie Talkie System Management

  • Familiarity with private Christian independent school environments is a plus.

 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and references to Mikaela Garth, Asst. HOS for Finance and Operations, at mgarth@sccommunityschool.org. Please include "Office Administrator" in the subject line.

Pre-Primary Assistant Teachers New City School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Janine Gorrell
Email: jgorrell@newcityschool.org

Mission Statement

New City School inspires children to engage joyfully in learning and achieve academic excellence while cultivating their personal strengths and passions. We empower our students to build community and advocate for a more just and equitable world.

Overview

New City School, a leading, progressive independent school for approximately 320 students ages three through grade six, seeks  inspiring and dedicated pre-primary assistant teachers. A bachelor's degree in Elementary Education or a related field is required, as is experience with children in an educational setting.

Ideal candidates will have an understanding of child development, progressive pedagogy, and educational research; an understanding of and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; a growth-oriented mindset; and a spirit of collaboration and joyful learning. 

Strong and successful applicants will:

  • Have a bachelor’s degree and experience working with pre-primary aged (3 to 5 year-old) children. 
  • Have an understanding of child development and progressive pedagogy.
  • Support the curriculum plans of the head teacher.
  • Assist with instructing students individually and in small groups. 
  • Be responsible for helping to organize and maintain a materials-based classroom that reflects the curriculum and current work of the children. 
  • Demonstrate flexibility and have strong inter- and intrapersonal skills.
  • Have an understanding of and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Enjoy working in a diverse and progressive environment.
  • Display strong interpersonal and collaboration skills with the ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with all constituents.

 Start Date: August, 2024

 Salary: Commensurate with experience

To apply: Please send a letter of interest, resume and list of three references in one PDF document to Janine Gorrell, Early Elementary Division Head at jgorrell@newcityschool.org. Please indicate “Assistant Teacher” in the subject line.

 

At New City School, we recognize a diverse faculty and staff is a strength that impacts and enhances all aspects of our school. We celebrate our inclusive school environment and are eager to accept applications from candidates of all backgrounds and perspectives. New City School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities, hiring practices or operations.

 

Campaign Manager Whitfield School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Whitfield School, an innovative educational institution for students in grades 6-12, announces an opening for a Campaign Manager.

In the role of Campaign Manager, this individual will manage the overall campaign plan and timetable; identify and monitor campaign strategies and performance against benchmarks; assist in the recruitment of all campaign volunteers, oversee their engagement, and support their efforts; organize and coordinate the activities of the key campaign committees to ensure their successful fundraising efforts; produce key campaign operative materials; and oversee the development of a campaign communications strategy including the creation of all campaign collateral materials.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Direct the overall campaign plan and timetable, addressing the following key issues:

    • Appropriate phase activities and goals

    • Committee structure

    • Activity and fundraising benchmarks

    • Publicity/marketing plan

    • Campaign budget

    • Donor recognition plan (including preparation of gift naming opportunities)

    • Gift acceptance and crediting policies

    • Gift tables

    • Volunteer and leader roles and responsibilities

  • Identify and monitor campaign plan strategies to keep campaign activity on schedule and on track

  • Assist in the identification, recruitment and solicitation of campaign leadership, including:

    • Developing all background information, briefing memos, tailored prospect proposals, and talking points for gift solicitations

    • Briefing all solicitors prior to solicitation meetings

    • Assisting at solicitation meetings whenever necessary

    • Conducting debriefing meetings following solicitation calls

    • Discussing and formulating next steps

  • Drive the organization and implementation of specific plans to engage in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospective donors

  •  Organize and coordinate the activities of the key campaign committees to ensure their successful fundraising efforts

    • Assisting in the identification and development of recruitment strategies for key campaign leadership positions

    • Preparation of all meeting materials (agendas, talking points, next steps, assignments, prospect rating charts, etc.)

    • Facilitating orientation and training sessions for staff, campaign leaders, and other appropriate audiences

    • Designing campaign leadership handbooks describing the roles and providing guidelines for the campaign committees and staff

    • Developing cultivation and solicitation strategies for key prospective donors (including planned giving strategies) - individual, corporate, and foundation

  • Develop and maintain prospect lists and tracking systems, matrices, and pipeline reports (both for overall donors and for specific committee activity), which would include:

    • Identifying new prospective donors

    • Assigning target request amounts

    • Coordinating and assisting with prospect research on all key prospects

    • Designing cultivation and solicitation strategies

    • Identifying potential solicitors

    • Serving as a clearing house for all prospect information

    • Keeping all information and reports current and updated

  • Coordinate the development of key campaign operative materials, including:

    • Campaign case statement

    • Campaign policy statement, addressing gift counting, gift crediting, and methods of giving

    • Major gift prospectuses, including request letters, individual proposals, giving opportunities, and gift documentation

    • Leadership/major gift solicitation guidelines

  • Coordinate implementation of a campaign communications strategy and plan

  • Oversee development of campaign collateral and supporting materials

    • Brochure plus supplemental topic one-sheets

    • Prospectuses

    • Presentations

    • Stationery

    • Newsletters

    • DVDs/videos

    • Press releases

    • FAQ guides

  • Interact on a regular basis with campaign leaders and volunteers regarding prospect assignments, background information and research, pre-solicitation briefings and debriefings, call reports, formulation of next steps, follow-up documentation, and thank-you letters

  • Participate in cultivation and request meetings (as appropriate)

  • Provide regular updates and reports to staff, and committee leaders tracking campaign statistics, evaluating progress based on established benchmarks, recommending next steps, and adjusting when necessary

  • Prepare all general campaign correspondence

The strongest candidates will possess or demonstrate the following:

  • At least three to five years of development experience 

  • Knowledge of major gift fundraising best practices 

  • Prior campaign and volunteer management experience a plus

  • Strong communication skills (both written and verbal) 

  • Exceptional relationship building skills and a penchant for customer service 

  • Proficiency in locating and synthesizing material from multiple sources

  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality 

  • Attention to detail 

  • Well-developed sense of curiosity, ingenuity, perseverance, and good judgment

  • Appreciation for and demonstrated commitment to Whitfield School’s mission and values 

  • Knowledge of and experience with Whitfield School’s constituency is preferred

Competitive compensation based on experience. The position begins July 1, 2024. Interested candidates should submit the Whitfield Application for Employment form by Monday, May 27, 2024 (click here) which includes submitting two PDF files through the application:  

  1. Cover letter as introduction to search committee

  2. Resume detailing experiences and qualifications

Whitfield actively seeks to forward the equity and diversity of our community in our admissions, programming, policies, and hiring. We do not discriminate on the basis of race or color, religion, age, nationality, ethnicity, economic background, disability status, protected veteran status, sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. Whitfield School is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all candidates to apply. 

Multimedia Coordinator St. John Vianney High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
apply online

St. John Vianney High School seeks a Multimedia Coordinator. The successful candidate excels in photography, videography and graphic design. You will also mentor students interested in Griffins TV, teaching them how to use our professional production studio and live stream events. This is a full-time position that requires working evenings and weekends to promote our athletics and other school events. A bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism or a related field is required. Experience with Adobe, particularly Premiere Pro and Photoshop is preferred.

Events Manager Whitfield School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Whitfield School, an innovative educational institution for students in grades 6-12, announces an opening for an Events Manager.

Whitfield seeks an energetic and experienced professional to provide school-wide event management and calendar management.

The successful candidate will bring event planning experience, exceptional organizational skills, energy and enthusiasm to collaborate with colleagues, key administrators, and parent volunteers. In addition to having the proven ability to simultaneously handle multiple tasks and projects, this individual must be a strategic planner and creative thinker, highly-organized, and detail-oriented with outstanding interpersonal skills. 

This is a full-time, 12-month staff position.

Specific Responsibilities

Event Manager

  • Maintain the school-wide calendar and space requests for internal and external constituents.

  • Oversee school-wide community events and meetings.
    • Plan, communicate, and execute all school events and serve as liaison for hosted external events

    • Oversee event budgets

    • Manage on-campus space reservations and rentals

    • Coordinate with internal and external vendors regarding food services, facilities/maintenance, security, transportation, parking, A/V, decor, furniture rentals, etc.

    • Manage and maintain an inventory of in-house supplies

    • Plan and oversee run-of-show for major school events, including rehearsals and walk-throughs with key participants; coordinating with the director of communications and the academic leadership to create programs, scripts, etc.

    • Prepare weekly “Event Breakdown” worksheets for distribution to facility staff, administrative staff, et al.

  • Attend Parents Council meetings and serve as liaison between the Council and the School Administration.

The strongest candidates will possess or demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum of three years experience in event planning or related fields.

  • Strong organization, prioritization, and planning skills with a keen attention to detail.

  • Ability to work independently and to take initiative in collaboration with colleagues, parents, volunteers, and outside organizations.

  • Ability to work, as needed, at events taking place on weekends and evenings

  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and/or Google Suite.

  • Safely lift and transport materials or products weighing up to 25 lbs.

  • Commitment to working in, and with, a diverse school community and to maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards.

Competitive compensation based on experience. The position begins July 1, 2024. Interested candidates should submit the Whitfield Application for Employment form by Monday, May 27, 2024 (click here) which includes submitting two PDF files through the application:  

  1. Cover letter as introduction to search committee

  2. Resume detailing experiences and qualifications

Whitfield actively seeks to forward the equity and diversity of our community in our admissions, programming, policies, and hiring. We do not discriminate on the basis of race or color, religion, age, nationality, ethnicity, economic background, disability status, protected veteran status, sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. Whitfield School is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all candidates to apply. 

Second Grade Teacher The Wilson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

The Wilson School, located in Clayton, seeks a stellar educator for our second grade teaching team. Wilson is a close-knit community with 170 students, ages three through sixth grade. Each grade level consists of one class taught by a team of two homeroom teachers. Outside the homeroom team, specialist instructors who teach art, music, library, technology, physical education, and French complement Wilson's exceptional academic program.

Wilson prepares students for success in an ever-changing world. In doing so, the instructional practices we use are both classic and innovative. Our commitment to professional development is unmistakable, as we spend more than twice the national average on growth-oriented activities for our faculty.

At Wilson, we assume an ongoing responsibility to act as part of a larger community. In our recruitment practices, we strive to create a community whose members reflect the diversity inherent in the greater St. Louis area, as well as in the world. Founded on the principle of respect, The Wilson School is a place where children can listen, question, challenge and probe, thereby making sense of their world. When children graduate from the school, we hope they will carry with them a strong sense of their identity, a willingness to see the common threads that run through all our lives, and a high regard for the value and breadth of differences.

If your educational values and ambitions align with these beliefs, we encourage you to express your interest to teach at Wilson School. The ideal candidate will have:  expertise with instructional practices; understanding of social emotional learning; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; strong computer skills; and the ability to work collaboratively.

For consideration, please send your résumé and letter of interest by email to employment@wilsonschool.com.  In the subject line, include the wording- Second Grade Teaching Position.  To learn more about The Wilson School, visit our website: www.wilsonschool.com.

Kindergarten Teacher The Wilson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

The Wilson School, located in Clayton, seeks a stellar educator for our senior kindergarten teaching team. Wilson is a close-knit community with 170 students, ages three through sixth grade. Each grade level consists of one class taught by a team of two homeroom teachers. Outside the homeroom team, specialist instructors who teach art, music, library, technology, physical education, and French complement Wilson's exceptional academic program.

Wilson prepares students for success in an ever-changing world. In doing so, the instructional practices we use are both classic and innovative. Our commitment to professional development is unmistakable, as we spend more than twice the national average on growth-oriented activities for our faculty.

At Wilson, we assume an ongoing responsibility to act as part of a larger community. In our recruitment practices, we strive to create a community whose members reflect the diversity inherent in the greater St. Louis area, as well as in the world. Founded on the principle of respect, The Wilson School is a place where children can listen, question, challenge and probe, thereby making sense of their world. When children graduate from the school, we hope they will carry with them a strong sense of their identity, a willingness to see the common threads that run through all our lives, and a high regard for the value and breadth of differences.

If your educational values and ambitions align with these beliefs, we encourage you to express your interest to teach at Wilson School. The ideal candidate will have:  expertise with instructional practices; understanding of social emotional learning; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; strong computer skills; and the ability to work collaboratively.

For consideration, please send your résumé and letter of interest by email to employment@wilsonschool.com.  In the subject line, include the wording- Kindergarten Teaching Position.  To learn more about The Wilson School, visit our website: www.wilsonschool.com.

First Grade Teacher The Wilson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

The Wilson School, located in Clayton, seeks a stellar educator for our first grade teaching team. Wilson is a close-knit community with 170 students, ages three through sixth grade. Each grade level consists of one class taught by a team of two homeroom teachers. Outside the homeroom team, specialist instructors who teach art, music, library, technology, physical education, and French complement Wilson's exceptional academic program.

Wilson prepares students for success in an ever-changing world. In doing so, the instructional practices we use are both classic and innovative. Our commitment to professional development is unmistakable, as we spend more than twice the national average on growth-oriented activities for our faculty.

At Wilson, we assume an ongoing responsibility to act as part of a larger community. In our recruitment practices, we strive to create a community whose members reflect the diversity inherent in the greater St. Louis area, as well as in the world. Founded on the principle of respect, The Wilson School is a place where children can listen, question, challenge and probe, thereby making sense of their world. When children graduate from the school, we hope they will carry with them a strong sense of their identity, a willingness to see the common threads that run through all our lives, and a high regard for the value and breadth of differences.

If your educational values and ambitions align with these beliefs, we encourage you to express your interest to teach at Wilson School. The ideal candidate will have:  expertise with instructional practices; understanding of social emotional learning; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; strong computer skills; and the ability to work collaboratively.

For consideration, please send your résumé and letter of interest by email to employment@wilsonschool.com.  In the subject line, include the wording- First Grade Teaching Position.  To learn more about The Wilson School, visit our website: www.wilsonschool.com.

Violin Teacher - Hiring for the 24/25 School Year The Waldorf School of St. Louis

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Kelly Marren
Phone: 314-962-2129
Email: employment@waldorfstl.org
apply online

At The Waldorf School of St. Louis], we are committed to offering a holistic approach to music education, where the art of expression meets the beauty of melody. Our curriculum is created to cultivate not only musical skills but also inner musicality and a profound appreciation for the art form. Through experiential learning and engaging activities, we strive to instill a lifelong passion for music in our students by igniting imaginations and nurturing the holistic development of young musicians.

We welcome you to visit us and see our students in action. At The Waldorf School of St. Louis, we rethink what is possible in education. 

Schedule:

Part-Time on Monday, Tuesday, and/or Wednesday; teaching six, 40-minute classes per week to grades 2 -8, generally between 11 am - 3 pm, though flexibility in scheduling can be discussed.

Candidates should also be willing to learn about Waldorf education. (Various Waldorf education trainings exist, and some of these trainings may be paid for by the school, up to 100%.)

For a full job description or to apply, email the following to employment@waldorfstl.org:

  • Cover Letter with a short autobiographical statement

  • Resume or summary of your applicable knowledge/experience

  • Three professional references: Please provide the names and email addresses of three individuals who can speak to your professional qualifications and character.

We offer:

  • Freedom in creating a curriculum to meet the needs of the developing children  

  • Students are assessed using a variety of methods rather than annual standardized tests

  • Small class sizes and engaged, curious students

  • Training funds (up to 50% reimbursement) for professional development

  • Collaborative faculty and staff who make decisions by consensus

  • A campus in the heart of Historic North Webster with access to parks, and outdoor spaces that are integral to our student's school day and overall educational experience through outdoor playtime, experiential learning, kinesthetic learning, and curiosity about the world beyond the classroom walls

  • Tuition discounts for children of employees, up to 100% for FT employees

  • Mentoring programs and strong, supportive, collegial relationships

  • Paid snow days for part-time employees

Middle School Math Teacher - Long-Term Substitute (August-November 2024) Rossman School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Anna Hand
Phone: 314-434-5877
Email: ahand@rossmanschool.org
apply online

Rossman School is searching for an experienced Middle School Math Teacher to serve as a long-term substitute and assume homeroom responsibilities for the first semester of the 2024-25 academic year. The ideal candidate will be paired with another teacher to form the homeroom team. 

Working collaboratively, the homeroom team jointly plans and teaches the mathematics and language arts curriculum, designing and assessing an effective and challenging program for talented students. The mathematics curriculum is based on a two-tiered system of teacher-led Everyday Mathematics and an independent program using Transition Mathematics (both from the Chicago Math Project). The math teacher will support the language arts curriculum, including the study of multiple novels, an independent reading program, reading comprehension activities, and Wordly Wise vocabulary. This individual will also demonstrate a dedication to honesty, kindness, respect, and responsibility – the pillars of Rossman’s character program – in his/her interactions with children and adults. 

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Anna Hand, ahand@rossmanschool.org, with Middle School Math Teacher in the subject line.

 

Athletic Director and Associate PE Teacher Andrews Academy, Lake St. Louis

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Nanette Reasoner
Phone: 6365617709
Email: nreasoner@andrewsacademy.com

Andrews Academy Lake Saint Louis seeks two professionals to join our faculty as members of the Physical Education Department. The Associate PE Teacher will work in collaboration with the Lead PE Teacher/Athletic Director to advance the physical education and healthy well-being of our students during daily PE classes.  

In addition to teaching daily PE classes to our K - 8 students, The Athletic Director is responsible for the general operations of our athletic program and sports teams, including coordinating with other sports programs and coaches to create schedules for games and competitions with other schools. The AD will communicate with parents, arrange transportation to and from sporting events and provide coaching along with the Associate PE Teacher.

Manager of Major Gifts Villa Duchesne

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Lexy Perdomo
Phone: 314-810-3564
Email: lperdomo@villa1929.org
apply online

Villa Duchesne is seeking a full-time Manager of Major Gifts (July 2024). This candidate will advance the mission of Villa Duchesne specifically with the implementation of the School’s long and short-term fundraising plans. The position is designed to support the school community and campus, further the mission of the School, fundraise to increase revenue for the School and its programs through major gift acquisitions, and foster the work of the Board and its campus master and strategic plan. This candidate will have a conferred bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) and will have three to five years of  previous advancement and fundraising experience.

All faculty and staff of Villa Duchesne must commit to educating by the values articulated in the Goals and Criteria for Sacred Heart Schools in the United States-Canada. Our Villa Duchesne Sacred Heart Educators inspire our students every day with learning and community opportunities.

Villa Duchesne Sacred Heart Educators:

  1. Embody the attitudes of Christ's heart: gratitude, generosity, compassion, and forgiveness. Educating is our vocation, and the ability to lead students to encounter Christ enables us to foster more loving relationships.
  2. Believe in every student. We are invested in caring for the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social-emotional well-being of each child.
  3. Are experts in their subjects. We exhibit professional excellence and innovation in teaching. Through passion for our craft, we instill a love of learning within each child. We maintain high standards of research-based training and are committed to extensive professional development.
  4. Foster trusting relationships to create a safe environment where learning and empathy are possible. Our trusting relationships with students enable them to discover new abilities, cultivate strengths, learn from mistakes, and develop and exercise resilience in meeting challenges.
  5. Immerse students in global perspectives, compassionate action, and courageous hope. By inspiring curiosity and encouraging critical consciousness within our students, our students can realize their full potential as agents of transformation.

 

 

 

Administrative Assistant to Middle & Upper School Principals / Receptionist Visitation Academy

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact

Visitation Academy is an independent Catholic school offering a coeducational Montessori program in Grades Toddler through Kindergarten and an all-girl environment in Grades 1 through 12. Visitation Academy is the ministry of the Sisters of the Visitation, whose way of life expresses the spirituality of the founders of their Order, St. Francis de Sales and St. Jane de Chantal. These saints encouraged all to "Live Jesus" with optimism, gentleness, humility, joy, and liberty of spirit. "Live Jesus" illustrates the essence of the Visitation charism.

Administrative Assistant to Middle & Upper School Principals / Receptionist

Visitation Academy is seeking an energetic, welcoming, and organized administrative assistant to our Middle & Upper School Principals who also serves as the receptionist. This full-time 12-month position provides clerical and task management support to the principals and athletic director, including but not limited to preparation and filing of correspondence and reports, calendar and appointment management, coordination of teacher substitutes, receiving phone calls and visitors, and other duties as assigned. Candidates should have strong organizational, collaborative, and communication skills and a high regard for confidential information. Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word and experience in Blackbaud is a plus. Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, references, and salary history to chebron@vizstl.org.

MATH TEACHER (part-time) - DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL De Smet Jesuit High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Peter Heithaus
Phone: (314) 567-3500
Email: pheithaus@desmet.org
apply online

 

 

MATH TEACHER (part-time) – DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL

 

De Smet Jesuit High School welcomes applications for the position of part-time Mathematics Teacher, starting with the 2024-2025 school year. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics or equivalent and at least two years' experience teaching mathematics at the secondary or post-secondary level, preferably with experience in and appreciation for the Jesuit model of education.

 

For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.desmet.org/about/careers.

 

EOE M/F/D/V – Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER (part-time) - DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL De Smet Jesuit High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Peter Heithaus
Phone: (314) 567-3500
Email: pheithaus@desmet.org
apply online

 

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER (part-time)

 

De Smet Jesuit High School invites applicants for the position of part-time Special Education Teacher, starting with the 2024-2025 school year. De Smet Jesuit Special Educators are committed to fostering an inclusive and supportive learning environment where students with diverse learning needs can thrive academically. This position will collaborate with the Director of Inclusive Education to develop and implement individualized education programs for our inclusive education students. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or equivalent and a minimum of five years of relevant experience.

 

For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.desmet.org/about/careers.

 

EOE M/F/D/V – Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

 

MATH TEACHER AND TEACHER, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM De Smet Jesuit High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Peter Heithaus
Phone: (314) 567-3500
Email: pheithaus@desmet.org
apply online

MATH TEACHER AND TEACHER, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM

 

De Smet Jesuit High School invites applicants for the position of Math Teacher and Teacher, Inclusive Education starting with the 2024-2025 school year. De Smet Jesuit Special Educators are committed to fostering an inclusive and supportive learning environment where students with diverse learning needs can thrive academically. This position will blend the responsibilities of a special education teacher with those of a math educator, collaborating with the Director of Inclusive Education and Mathematics Department Chair to modify curriculum and teach math in both a traditional and individualized educational setting.

 

Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in special education, education, mathematics, or equivalent and a minimum of five years of relevant experience in an educational setting. Candidates with certifications in Special Education Cross Categorical Disabilities K-12 or Secondary Mathematics 9-12 will be preferred.

 

We offer competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package, including tuition remission for eligible dependents.

 

For more information and to apply, visit https://www.desmet.org/about/careers .

 

EOE M/F/D/V Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

 

Upper School Social Studies Visitation Academy

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Visitation Academy is an independent Catholic school offering a coeducational Montessori program in Grades Toddler through Kindergarten and an all-girl environment in Grades 1 through 12. Visitation Academy is the ministry of the Sisters of the Visitation, whose way of life expresses the spirituality of the founders of their Order, St. Francis de Sales and St. Jane de Chantal. These saints encouraged all to "Live Jesus" with optimism, gentleness, humility, joy, and liberty of spirit. "Live Jesus" illustrates the essence of the Visitation charism.

Upper School Social Studies

Visitation is seeking a full-time Upper School Social Studies teacher beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, student-centered teacher with an enthusiasm for working with high school students. Candidates must be able to support the Catholic mission of the school, hold a bachelor’s degree (a master’s degree is preferred), and have previous upper school teaching experience in a variety of courses in the social studies curriculum. In addition, applicants should be able to teach a range of grade levels in the upper school.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and references to VizUSMS.Office@vizstl.org

Business Teacher St. John Vianney High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

St. John Vianney High School seeks a full-time Business teacher to begin in the 2024-25 school year. This faculty member will be responsible for upper division courses including Marketing, Accounting, Business Finance, and Business Law.  The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to Catholic education paired with an ability to build strong relationships with students; experience in applying varied instructional strategies that address the diversity of learners; provide continuous feedback to students and families; create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning; use various assessments to monitor the effectiveness of instruction; align assessments with the goals, objectives and instructional strategies of the school's curriculum; implement a college preparatory curriculum, and effectively utilize instructional technology.

Some essential duties:

  • Build strong relationships with students
  • Support students to develop in faith
  • Maintain high expectations for students’ academic success
  • Design and implement rigorous and relevant lessons 
  • Prepare course objectives following curriculum guidelines and requirements of the school
  • Use formative and summative assessment data to inform instruction
  • Manage the classroom environment in a positive manner to maximize instructional time
  • Be an active participant in faculty and professional meetings, conferences, and workshops

Ideal applicants will have:

  • A bachelor's or master's degree in Business, Economics, or Education
  • Ability to use technology fully in the classroom
  • Well-versed in best practice strategies

Part-Time Set Construction & Props Director Saint Louis Priory School

Education
2 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Saint Louis Priory School seeks a part-time Set Construction and Props Director for the 2024-2025 school year. Ideal candidates would have an Associate’s Degree in Theater and experience working technical theater on at least five productions.

Founded in 1956 by the Benedictine monks of Saint Louis Abbey, Priory is an independent Catholic school for young men in grades 7 through 12. We provide a college preparatory and liberal arts education of the highest excellence using our unique Benedictine approach designed to develop young men in mind, body, and spirit through a rigorous balance of disciplines that challenge the whole person while cultivating a lifelong sense of community. All candidates should demonstrate a desire to be involved in the entire community and must support the Catholic mission of our school.

To apply for this position, you will need to email careers@priory.org and include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

The full job description can be found at www.priory.org/careers. 

Part-Time Spanish or French Teacher Saint Louis Priory School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Saint Louis Priory School is seeking a passionate and skilled part-time Spanish or French teacher for the 2024-2025 academic year. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional linguistic skills, and speaking proficiency in either language, along with a deep knowledge of Hispanic or Francophone culture. This position will be responsible for teaching either one or two sections of a modern language. Teaching assignments are somewhat negotiable. 

Founded in 1956 by the Benedictine monks of Saint Louis Abbey, Priory is an independent Catholic school for young men in grades 7 through 12. We provide a college preparatory and liberal arts education of the highest excellence using our unique Benedictine approach designed to develop young men in mind, body, and spirit through a rigorous balance of disciplines that challenge the whole person while cultivating a lifelong sense of community. All candidates should demonstrate a desire to be involved in the entire community and must support the Catholic mission of our school.

To apply for this position, you will need to email careers@priory.org and include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

The full job description can be found at www.priory.org/careers. 

Library Media Specialist Andrews Academy, Lake St. Louis

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Nanette Reasoner
Phone: 6365617709
Email: nreasoner@andrewsacademy.com

Andrews Academy Lake Saint Louis seeks a Library Media Specialist to collaborate with all members of the faculty to create a foundation for students to effectively use technology and other resources to access, evaluate, analyze, and communicate information gathered from credible sources in order to learn, think, create, and apply knowledge. 

A curricular leader and an integral part of our teaching community, this specialist stays abreast of the latest updates in technology, practices, policies, and curricula to keep our students current in this ever evolving space.

The Library Media Specialist joins with classroom teachers to support school-wide project based learning by facilitating research opportunities, learning tasks, and creative presentation strategies throughout the year. 

An advocate and proponent of electronic resources, the Library Media Specialist also maintains the traditional library and remains focused on the nature, quality, and ethical use of electronic and print information available to our K - 8 students. 

Our Library Media program provides members of our school community with resources to acquire knowledge, vision into our past and future, tools for creativity, and opportunities  for forming future global leaders.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree in education preferably in the area of library science and experience teaching technology in an elementary or middle school.

Kindergarten - Fifth Grade and Middle School Science Teachers Andrews Academy, Lake St. Louis

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Nanette Reasoner
Phone: 6365617709
Email: nreasoner@andrewsacademy.com

Andrews Academy Lake Saint Louis seeks two Science Teachers; one to inspire our Kindergarten - Fifth Grade scientists and the other to creatively engage our Sixth - Eighth Grade science scholars for the 2024 2025 school year and beyond.  An Andrews Academy teacher of science demonstrates passion about actively engaging students to solve problems through investigation and to think scientifically. The ideal candidate will inspire students to question, explore and make sense of science phenomena. It is our goal, at Andrews Academy Lake Saint Louis, to prepare scientifically literate students. We invite Science Teachers who are interested in joining our innovative and collaborative team to apply to Nanette Reasoner, Head of School.

Spirit Shop Coordinator Part Time St. Joseph’s Academy

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Linda Decker
Phone: 3143944300
Email: ldecker@sja1840.org
apply online
Spirit Shop Coordinator - Part Time
 
This part time position is a unique opportunity for an energetic multi-task-oriented individual to work with multiple resources in a dynamic school environment. The Spirit Shop Coordinator is a 12-month position, including some nights and weekends, averaging 20 hours per week, beginning July 1, 2024.
This contract position reports to the Director of Advancement and works closely with the CFO and members of the Advancement team. The Spirit Shop Coordinator will contribute to advancing the school by propelling the image and identity through merchandise and apparel for the SJA community.  This position is responsible for the management of the Spirit Shop and all St. Joseph’s Academy brand merchandise to be sold in the on-campus shop and online for a profit-making entity for the school.

Specific Responsibilities:
  •  Responsible for buying and choosing branded merchandise that positively reflects the St. Joseph’s Academy brand and appeals to varied customer segments, primarily, students, parents, alumnae, faculty/staff and friends of SJA.
  • Manage the store’s visual presentation to create an exciting campus and on-line
    store environment.
  • Work with vendors on product selection, negotiate pricing and delivery. Establish
    retail pricing.
  • Controls product inventory levels to determine the quantity of merchandise to buy; place
    orders to vendors in a timely manner based on campus events.
  • Works with the school’s Technology, Admissions, Finance, Advancement and Marketing
    departments to ensure effective retail operation, on-line store, appropriate branding, and
    promotion to drive sales. This position also interacts with students.
  • Works to secure volunteers to cover store hours and special events and provide appropriate supervision and training.

Qualifications:
  •  Knowledge of POS software, preferably Square, is a plus.
  •  3+ years experience in retail and marketing.
  •  Demonstrates the ability to assess merchandise current trends
  •  Detail oriented, flexible working style
  •  Creative, goal and results-oriented professional.
  •  Strong verbal and written communications skills.
  •  Independent worker with organizational and time management skills.
  •  Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with volunteers.
Send resumes and cover letters to Linda Decker, Director of Advancement, ldecker@sja1840.org

School Nurse Churchill Center & School

Education
2 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Rachel A Flavin
Phone: 3149974343
Email: rflavin@churchillstl.org

Churchill Center and School for Learning Disabilities, a nationally recognized leader in learning disability and dyslexia education, is seeking a dedicated and compassionate School Nurse to join our team. In this role, you will play a vital role in ensuring the health and well-being of our students, fostering a safe and inclusive learning environment.

About Churchill Center and School for Learning Disabilities:

Churchill Center & School for Learning Disabilities is committed to providing a transformative educational experience for students with language-based learning disabilities. We offer a highly individualized curriculum based on the student’s needs and employ a team of passionate educators who are experts in their field.

Responsibilities:

  • Student Care:
    • Administer prescription medications according to doctor's orders
    • Administer over-the-counter (OTC) medications as needed, following school protocols.
    • Assess and treat a variety of injuries and illnesses, including:
      • Concussions/head injuries
      • Falls
      • Minor scrapes, bumps, bruises, swelling
      • Dental issues
      • Bloody noses
      • Stomach aches/indigestion
      • Menstrual cramps
      • Anxiety
    • Track and follow up on sports injuries as they relate to school activities, especially motor skills. Communicate and forward all doctor's notes to gym teachers.
    • Chart medications given and document student visits.
  • Communication and Collaboration:
    • Communicate with parents regarding student health concerns.
    • Update staff about student health concerns and general health issues in the community.
    • Collaborate with school faculty to address the physical and emotional needs of students.
    • Triage students to the Dean of Students for anxiety/social/emotional concerns.
    • Relay messages to staff and students as appropriate.
    • Communicate with Cintas regarding the Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
  • School Operations:
    • Answer phone calls, transfer calls, and send calls to voicemail when necessary.
    • Take attendance and distribute it to staff.
    • Update first-aid boxes and track needed supplies, submitting orders to the Office Manager.
    • Maintain a clean and safe environment in the nurse's office and front desk area.
    • Prepare disposable ice packs.
    • Assist colleagues within the school community when time allows, including the Office Manager, Kelly's Catering, Development Office, supervisors, and others.
    • Fill Monday folders with materials, set them out for pick-up, and notify faculty via email.
    • Help students call home for forgotten items.
    • Communicate with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services regarding immunization records.
  • Safety and Preparedness:
    • Schedule CPR, Vision & Hearing screenings, and Flu shots annually.
    • Update Crisis Management Team Bags.
    • Assist in running Panic Alarm drills.
    • Help update yearly school materials.
    • Perform assigned morning duties.

Qualifications:

  • Valid state license to administer medications (or ability to obtain one).
  • Minimum of 1 year of experience in a school nursing setting or relevant pediatric healthcare experience.
  • Experience working with students with learning disabilities is a plus.
  • Strong assessment, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and manage multiple deadlines.
  • Compassionate and patient demeanor with a commitment to student success.
  • Team player with a collaborative spirit.

To Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to rflavin@churchillstl.org. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual identity or orientation, national origin, or disability in the administration of our policies, procedures, and programs.

 

School Nurse Villa Duchesne

Education
2 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Lexy Perdomo
Phone: 3148103564
Email: lperdomo@villa1929.org
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Villa Duchesne is seeking an experienced School Nurse to serve both our upper and lower schools. This candidate will oversee the emotional, mental, physical, and social health of our students. This position is required to provide students with basic health services throughout the school day and manage students with chronic health conditions by creating and enforcing care plans. This candidate will have a conferred associate or bachelor’s degree within Nursing, be licensed as a registered nurse (RN) within the State of Missouri, and have previous school nursing experience.

All faculty and staff of Villa Duchesne must commit to educating by the values articulated in the Goals and Criteria for Sacred Heart Schools in the United States-Canada. Our Villa Duchesne Sacred Heart Educators inspire our students everyday with learning and community opportunities. 

Villa Duchesne Sacred Heart Educators:  

  1. Embody the attitudes of Christ’s heart: gratitude, generosity, compassion, and forgiveness. Educating is our vocation, and the ability to lead students to encounter Christ enables us to foster more loving relationships.
  2. Believe in every student. We are invested in caring for the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social-emotional well-being of each child. 
  3. Are experts in their subjects. We exhibit professional excellence and innovation in teaching. Through passion for our craft, we instill a love of learning within each child. We maintain high standards of research-based training and are committed to extensive professional development.
  4. Foster trusting relationships to create a safe environment where learning and empathy are possible. Our trusting relationships with students enable them to discover new abilities, cultivate strengths, learn from mistakes, and develop and exercise resilience in meeting challenges.
  5. Immerse students in global perspectives, compassionate action, and courageous hope. By inspiring curiosity and encouraging critical consciousness within our students, our students can realize their full potential as agents of transformation.

Specials Teacher - Spanish South City Community School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Beth Bethel
Phone: 314-667-4311
Email: bbethel@sccommunityschool.org

South City Community School (SCCS) is a vibrant educational institution committed to providing an enriching learning experience for students. Grounded in the principles of Charlotte Mason education, we strive to cultivate a love for learning, foster character development, and inspire a lifelong pursuit of knowledge. To learn more about SCCS please visit https://www.sccommunityschool.org/

Position Overview:

We are seeking a dedicated and passionate Spanish teacher to join our Specials team for the 2024-2025 academic year. The ideal candidate will contribute to the engaging and enriching learning experiences promoting  cultural appreciation and language proficiency in a Spanish language FLEX program at SCCS. This position reports directly to the Director of Teaching. 

Employee Status & Compensation: 

Start Date: August 2, 2024 

Status: .40 FTE; 10-month position, 16 hours/week (Mon- Thurs; 9:00am - 1:00pm; includes instructional & planning time)

Salary Range: $16,000 - $20,000 commensurate with education and qualified spanish teaching experience

Standard Benefits: holidays, school breaks, PTO, tuition reduction for employee children 

Additional benefits: May be eligible for additional benefits SCCS has to offer which can be discussed during the interview process. 

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Create or refine content specific scope & sequence PreK-8th grade with accompanying grade level plans.

  • Develop and implement age-appropriate lesson plans and activities aligned with curriculum standards and educational objectives.

  • Design learning experiences that foster creativity, cultural awareness and language acquisition.

  • Create a positive and respectful environment that encourages curiosity and a love for learning.

  • Establish strong relationships with students, parents, and colleagues to support a collaborative and supportive learning community.

  • Participate in professional development opportunities to continuously enhance teaching skills and stay updated on educational best practices.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Education or a related field is preferred

  • Valid teaching certification for foreign language is preferred 

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Passion for creating a positive and nurturing learning environment.

  • Ability to adapt teaching methods to meet the diverse needs of students.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and references to Elizabeth Bethel, Director of Teaching, at bbethel@sccommunityschool.org. Please include "Specials Teacher - Spanish" in the subject line.

 

Director of Enrollment and Boarding Admissions Thomas Jefferson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Jane Roth
Phone: 314-843-4151
Email: jroth@tjs.org

Thomas Jefferson School seeks a Director of Enrollment and Boarding Admissions to start July 1, 2024. Together with the Director of Day Admissions, this key administrator sets the strategic direction of the School’s enrollment goals to ensure the appropriate mix of students (boarding and day) based on targets established with the Head of School and the senior leadership team.

The Director of Enrollment and Boarding Admissions primarily oversees boarding recruitment and admissions; promotes the school regionally, nationally, and internationally; establishes partnerships with educational consultants and agents; coordinates with the business officer on all enrollment and re-enrollment agreements; supports the Director of Day Admissions in planning and executing on-campus and local recruitment events; and coordinates with appropriate personnel to update the School’s website and marketing materials.

This is a full-time, 12-month/year administration staff position. Work is performed primarily in-office with some local, regional, and international travel required. Some evening and weekend hours will be required.  

Responsibilities

Student Recruitment and Retention

  • Works continually to build a strong, stable applicant pool of mission-appropriate students

  • Manages a comprehensive process of recruitment, application, committee evaluation, enrollment, and retention for both domestic and international boarding students

  • Creates data-driven plans and projections to meet goals for student enrollment and operating revenue

  • Provides market insight to drive strategic decisions by monitoring local, national, and international enrollment trends

  • Collaborates with the Director of Day Admissions on all aspects of school-hosted admissions events, including content, schedule, coordination with other offices, and staffing of employees, students, and volunteers

Enrollment Management

  • Manages internal communications for student retention, including engagement of faculty in the process. 

  • Partners with the Business Officer to re-enroll current students for the succeeding year.

  • Serves on the Financial Aid and Scholarship Committee.

  • Acts as the school’s Designated School Official (DSO) to ensure that all processes and procedures related to international-student enrollment comply with federal regulations as established by the Department of Homeland Security.

External Relations 

  • Travels domestically and internationally as needed for recruitment (approximately 20–30 days per year).

  • Works with the Director of Development to create and manage a network of parents, former parents, and alumni who can assist in the admissions process.

  • Represents the school at fairs, gatherings, conferences, and events.

  • Cultivates relationships with key constituents (junior boarding schools, placement directors, educational consultants, agents, etc.)

  • Networks with peers in other schools

Marketing and Communications (in collaboration with the Director of Day Admissions)

  • Coordinates with the Director of Development and Communications Coordinator for internal and external communications.

  • Partners with all necessary personnel (Communications Coordinator, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Director of Residential Life, etc.) to create compelling marketing materials for targeted student populations.

  • Partners with necessary personnel to update content of the school’s website.

Department Management

  • Creates, maintains, and assesses office systems and databases to support all admissions and enrollment management functions.

  • Maintains relevant statistics on all aspects of the admissions and enrollment-management program and provides status and achievement reports as directed, including monthly dashboard reports.

  • Develops and manages the admissions budget, including the budgeting and expenditures for marketing materials and advertising.

Board of Trustees 

  • Serves on key committees of the Board of Trustees: Advancement (serves as administrative co-liaison) and Strategic Planning. 

  • Attends meetings of the Board of Trustees to report on all aspects of the admissions and enrollment management program.

Other

  • Assists with crisis management as needed.

  • Shares chaperoning duties for school-sponsored student trips in the fall.

  • Attends, leads, or participates in some school-organized activities—e.g., social, cultural, or athletic events, clubs.

  • Commits to continuous professional growth, participating in and seeking out professional-development activities.

  • Supports the school’s efforts around diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Head of School.

Requirements

  • A minimum of five years’ experience at an independent school, preferably one with a boarding component

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and presenting experience

  • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills

  • Demonstrated interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion

  • Exceptional attention to detail, excellent strategic, analytical, and problem-solving skills

  • Proficiency with the Google suite of products and, preferably, with Blackbaud’s Enrollment Management System.

Please send a letter of interest and a current résumé to: Jane Roth, Head of School (jroth@tjs.org). Please put “ADMISSIONS OPENING” in the subject line.

About the School: Thomas Jefferson School is a small, coed boarding and day school for students in grades 7–12. We are known for our strong liberal-arts focus, high-ability students, and close-knit, international community. TJ is consistently ranked among the top boarding schools in the nation and is ranked by Niche as the #1 college-prep high school in Missouri. 

Mission Statement: Thomas Jefferson School gives its students the strongest possible academic background through a classical education. Within a nurturing community, students develop a responsibility for their own learning and a desire to lift up the world with beauty and intellect.

Diversity Statement: Thomas Jefferson School is committed to building and sustaining a community rooted in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. These values, which are central to our mission, fundamentally inform and shape student learning, achievement, and preparedness for life. Our school seeks to provide the strongest possible college-preparatory program within an international, multicultural community. We strive to embrace multiple perspectives, encourage critical thinking, and develop and nurture courageous, empathetic individuals at all levels. A TJ education aims to provide students with resources and inspiration to better their communities and the world.

For more information about our school, visit www.TJS.org and refer to our Statement of Philosophy and our Statement of Faculty Excellence.

 

Math Teacher (Sixth - Eighth grade) Marian Middle School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Sharon Baca
Phone: 3147717674
Email: sbaca@mms-stl.org
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Marian Middle School, an all-girls, Catholic middle school committed to breaking the cycle of poverty through a life-altering education, seeks a faith-filled, mission oriented, highly qualified candidate for the position of Math teacher to start July 2024. Ideal candidates are certified educators with two or more years of experience in instruction and classroom management serving adolescents from low-income backgrounds.

Benefits:

Full time (7:15 - 3:30/4:00). Salary range: $40,000 - $55,000. Small class sizes (less than 20 per class). 4013b(c) with 4% employer match. Employer sponsored health, dental, and vision coverage.

Send a letter of interest and resume to sbaca@mms-stl.org. Applicants of all racial and ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Head Basketball Coach St. Joseph’s Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Maureen McVey
Phone: 3143944300
Email: mmcvey@stjosephacademy.org
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St. Joseph's Academy, a Catholic college preparatory high school for young women in St. Louis, Missouri, is seeking a head basketball coach for the 2024-2025 winter season.  Qualified applicants must have three plus years coaching high school/select basketball. A Four-year college degree is required and all MSHSAA requirements for a head coach met.

Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to Maureen McVey, Athletics Director.
mmcvey@stjosephacademy.org

Teacher Aide Villa Duchesne

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Lexy Perdomo
Phone: 3148103564
Email: lperdomo@villa1929.org
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Villa Duchesne is seeking a full-time Teacher’s Aide for our Lower School (Grades JK3-6). This position requires that the candidate has a conferred bachelor’s degree and has previous experience within an elementary school.

Come join our team at Villa Duchesne! People love to work here because of our engaged and serious students, small class sizes, free buffet lunch for employees, on-site employee childcare, and tuition remission at Villa.

All Faculty and Staff at Villa Duchesne must commit to educating by the values articulated in the Goals and Criteria for Sacred Heart Schools in the United States-Canada with the desire of instilling in our students the qualities in our Portrait of a Villa Duchesne Graduate.

Villa Duchesne Graduates:

  1. Are strong in faith and secure in their foundation. Our graduates know they are loved by God and go out into the world grateful for their education, self-aware, and prepared to find their purpose!
  2. Love as God loves. Our graduates see the dignity in all, build relationships, and advocate passionately for those who do not have a voice.
  3. Are confident and creative. Our graduates are creative problem solvers and confident learners who persevere through adversity, ask hard questions, and actively pursue opportunities for growth.
  4. Forge life-long friendships and are positive forces in their communities. Our traditions and shared experiences bind our graduates together and to Villa Duchesne forever. The relationships fostered here empower our students to be their best for the world.
  5. Embrace a global view. Our graduates seek to understand the world, demonstrate social awareness, and share a hopeful vision for an unfolding future.

School Librarian Chaminade College Preparatory School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Karen Carroll
Email: kcarroll@chaminade-stl.org
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Chaminade College Preparatory School, an independent, Catholic school in the Marianist tradition, is dedicated to developing the inherent spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical potential of young men in middle and high school. We hire dedicated teachers who are passionate about student learning and working in a collaborative environment.

 

We are currently accepting applications for a School Librarian.

 

Ideal candidates will have experience teaching, a desire to support extra-curricular athletics and activities, an understanding of how to best teach in a male learning environment, and embodies Catholic, Marianist values. The candidate needs to have a strong understanding of the rigor of a college prep school while at the same time an understanding of the multiple learning challenges of a diverse student population.

 

For specific requirements, visit www.chaminade-stl.org/employment.

 

Please email resume and letter of interest to Karen Carroll, kcarroll@chaminade-stl.org. No phone calls, please.

Computer Science Teacher - Part Time St. Joseph’s Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Jennifer Sudekum
Phone: 314-394-4300
Email: employment@sja1840.org

The Computer Science and Engineering department at St. Joseph’s Academy, a Catholic college-preparatory high school for young women in St. Louis, Missouri, is seeking a part-time Computer Science teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. This teacher will join a dynamic and thriving community dedicated to maintaining appropriate class sizes and to inspire and challenge our students to go out and make a profound impact in the world. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and experience teaching coding.
Knowledge of Web Development or Web Design is an asset. The open, in-person, courses include a semester Python course, a yearlong AP Computer Science Principles course, and a yearlong AP Computer Science A course. Interested candidates should
email a cover letter and resume to employment@sja1840.org with “Fall 2024 PT CSE Opening” in the subject line.

Theology Teacher St. John Vianney High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
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St. John Vianney High School seeks a full-time theology teacher to begin in the 2024-25 school year. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to Catholic education paired with an ability to build strong relationships with students; experience in applying varied instructional strategies that address the diversity of learners; provide continuous feedback to students and families; create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning; use various assessments to monitor the effectiveness of instruction; align assessments with the goals, objectives and instructional strategies of the school's curriculum; implement a college preparatory curriculum, and effectively utilize instructional technology.

Some essential duties:

  • Build strong relationships with students
  • Support students to develop in faith
  • Maintain high expectations for students’ academic success
  • Design and implement rigorous and relevant lessons 
  • Prepare course objectives following curriculum guidelines and requirements of the school
  • Use formative and summative assessment data to inform instruction
  • Manage the classroom environment in a positive manner to maximize instructional time
  • Be an active participant in faculty and professional meetings, conferences, and workshops

Ideal applicants will have:

  • A bachelor's or master's degree in Theology
  • Ability to use technology fully in the classroom
  • Well-versed in best practice strategies

Adjunct Instructors in Studio or Theatre Arts Thomas Jefferson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Heidi Pieroni
Phone: 314-635-2351
Email: hpieroni@tjs.org

Thomas Jefferson School (TJ) seeks adjunct faculty members to teach courses in the studio arts or the performing arts during the 2024–2025 school year (August–May). 

Arts courses are generally taught Monday and Thursday afternoons between 2:30–5:00 p.m.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Studio art: Teaching 2 semester-long high school courses in studio and 1 year-long 7th-grade visual arts course 

  • Drama: Teaching 1 year-long 8th-grade drama course and 2 semester-long high school courses in theatre arts (e.g., dance, vocal performance, drama).
  • Communicating assignments and expectations in a timely manner via MyTJS, our online learning-management system (Blackbaud)

  • Assessing student work according to communicated expectations and maintaining an electronic gradebook in MyTJS (Blackbaud)

  • Drafting personalized end-of-quarter comments for each student that reflect on their progress and highlight opportunities for continued growth

  • Attendance at faculty and staff meetings, as needed

  • Partnering with parents to communicate and educate about all things TJ, providing resources to help better support their child(ren)

The ideal candidate possesses strong skills and qualities in the following areas:

  • Relevant educational background with versatile talents and passions in more than discipline and area of school life;

  • Teaching experience;

  • Eagerness to forward the school’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion;

  • Familiarity with applicable instructional practices, resources, and technologies;

  • Commitment to continuous professional growth;

  • Collegial spirit, positive outlook, a sense of humor, and willingness to fill in as needed to further the student experience;

  • Genuine appreciation of both middle- and high-school students. 

ABOUT THE SCHOOL: Thomas Jefferson School is a small, coed boarding and day school for students in grades 7-12. We are known for our strong liberal-arts focus, high-ability students, and close-knit, international community. As a boarding and day school, on-campus life is a major part of our program. All faculty members shape and contribute to the culture of the community. 

TJ is consistently ranked among the top boarding schools in the nation and was rated by Niche as the #1 college-prep school in Missouri. For more information about our school, visit www.TJS.org and refer to our Statement of Faculty Excellence and Statement of Mission and Philosophy.

MISSION STATEMENT: Thomas Jefferson School engages its students in the education necessary to live as responsible citizens of the world. Through the strongest possible college-preparatory program and within a nurturing community, students develop a responsibility for their own learning and a desire to lift up the world with beauty and intellect.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT: Thomas Jefferson School is committed to building and sustaining a community rooted in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. These values, which are central to our mission, fundamentally inform and shape student learning, achievement, and preparedness for life. Our school seeks to provide the strongest possible college-preparatory program within an international, multicultural community. We strive to embrace multiple perspectives, encourage critical thinking, and develop and nurture courageous, empathetic individuals at all levels. A TJ education aims to provide students with resources and inspiration to better their communities and the world.

Please send a letter of interest and current résumé to: Heidi Pieroni, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, (hpieroni@tjs.org). 

Teaching Assistant for Pre-Kindergarten Academy of the Sacred Heart

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Julie Saville
Phone: 636-946-4517
Email: jsaville@ash1818.org
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The Academy of the Sacred Heart

 Teaching Assistant for PK -4 y/o class 

The Academy of the Sacred Heart, an independent, private, Catholic school in Saint Charles, MO, invites applications for a Pre-Kindergarten teaching assistant for the 2024-25 school year.  Ideal candidates should have experience working with young children.  

Mission Statement

Rooted in the spirituality of the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (RSCJ) and in the evolving tradition of the Roman Catholic Church, the Academy continues to embrace an educational approach that values the integration of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of our students.  From this perspective,

We educate and inspire the heart and mind of each child

to become a courageous and confident leader

who knows and loves God and who reveals that love by serving others.

 

Mission Expectation

Once hired, teachers and support staff are expected to familiarize themselves with and live the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. 

Other Professional Expectations:

  • Have experience working in an early childhood environment.
  • Support the lead teacher in instruction and daily responsibilities with the students.
  • Demonstrate a sincere desire for working with young students.
  • Possess the ability to nurture and support young students as they begin formal school.
  • Possess effective classroom management skills.
  • Collaborate and plan activities with the lead teacher.
  • Work with small groups of students and one on one with students.
  • Communicate effectively with colleagues, administrators, and parents.
  • Be a collaborative member of a highly professional learning community.
  • Commit to ongoing professional development and growth as the position may require. 

Application Process: 

Interested candidates should complete the online employment application via the Academy of the Sacred Heart-Saint Charles website.  As part of the application, please upload a resume, list of references and cover letter addressed to:

Mrs. Marcia Renken, Principal, 619 N. Second Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301

Phone: 636-946-6127   Website: www.ash1818.org 

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Director of Middle School Thomas Jefferson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Heidi Pieroni
Phone: 3148434151
Email: hpieroni@tjs.org

Thomas Jefferson School seeks a Director of Middle School for the 2024–2025 academic year. This faculty-administrator will be responsible for oversight and management of the middle-school program, facilitating students’ transition into a new, less structured educational environment and preparing them for the challenges of high school. To support the academic and social-emotional needs of students in grades 7 and 8, the Director of Middle School will partner with the Academic Leadership Team and the School Counselor to create and evaluate programs, guide faculty growth, and further the mission of the school. 

In addition, the Director of Middle School will teach three year-long courses. The ideal candidate will bring experience in social studies and/or English, though other teaching backgrounds will be considered.

Reports to: Director of Curriculum and Instruction

Duties and Responsibilities

Middle-School Events and Programs

  • Oversee and develop curriculum for Prep-Period, a 7th-grade program supporting executive function and study skills

  • Deliver planned co-curricular programming sessions for middle-school students, collaborating as needed with appropriate personnel on content and development

  • Facilitate middle-school leadership team elections and meetings

  • Oversee the mentor program, including organizing and chaperoning mentor events 

  • Oversee implementation of and follow through on assigned student responsibilities, including maintaining cleanliness and organization of middle-school areas

Communications

  • Generate stories and content to include in regular communications with the community according to communications schedule, including monthly newsletters for middle-school families and prospective families

  • Communicate with parents of all new middle-school students after they have enrolled and during the summer, in collaboration with the Communications Coordinator

  • Create and facilitate summer contacts for and among new middle-school families to help them begin to make the transition to TJ, in collaboration with the Director of Development and Constituent Relations

Teaching and Learning

  • Monitors curriculum, including schedule and homework load, for middle-school division

  • Meets regularly with teachers in middle-school division to create coordination between classes

  • Seeks research and communicates to faculty regarding best practices for middle-school education

  • Makes recommendations to the Academic Leadership Team on needed changes to middle-school practices and helps faculty implement any adopted changes

Admissions

  • Serves on the admissions committee, which includes interviewing middle-school applicants

  • Serves as an ambassador to local sending schools and builds relationships with teachers in those schools

  • Assists with the creation of targeted middle-school marketing materials, including explanation of how we transition students to independent learning and freedom

  • Ensures accuracy of information on website or other promotional materials as it relates to the middle-school program

Standard faculty responsibilities include: 

  • Teaching: 3 year-long courses

  • Advisory: Advising and monitoring the academic and social-emotional development of six to eight students across all grade levels and communicating regularly with their parents/guardians

  • Boarding Program: Performing evening and/or weekend supervision on campus—approximately 30-40 hours of supervisory duties, plus approximately 50 hours of on-call responsibilities, over the course of the school year (As a boarding and day school, on-campus life is a major part of our program. All faculty members shape and contribute to the culture of our close-knit community.)

  • Coaching, Clubs, and/or Study Hall Supervision: Serving as an athletic coach, study-hall supervisor, and/or club advisor as assigned based on expertise, experience, or interest

  • School Trips: Sharing chaperoning duties for school-sponsored student trips in the fall

  • School Community: Attending or participating in some school-organized activities—e.g., social, cultural, athletic, or club events

  • Parents: Partnering with parents to communicate and educate about all things TJ, providing resources to help better support their child(ren)

The ideal candidate possesses strong skills or experience in the following areas:

  • Developing, implementing, and assessing programs

  • Coaching and evaluating faculty

  • Relevant educational background and teaching experience with versatile talents and passions in more than one discipline or area of school life

  • Demonstrated interest in areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging

  • Familiarity with applicable instructional practices, resources, and technologies

  • Commitment to continuous professional growth

  • Collegial spirit, positive outlook, a sense of humor, and willingness to fill in as needed to further the student experience

  • Genuine appreciation of both middle- and high-school students

Please send a letter of interest, a teaching philosophy, and a current résumé to: Heidi Pieroni, Director of Curriculum and Instruction (hpieroni@tjs.org). Please put “MS DIRECTOR OPENING” in the subject line. 

About the School: Thomas Jefferson School is a small, coed boarding and day school for students in grades 7–12. We are known for our strong liberal-arts focus, high-ability students, and close-knit, international community. TJ is consistently ranked among the top boarding schools in the nation and was rated last year by Niche as the most diverse private school in Missouri. 

As a liberal-arts institution, Thomas Jefferson School values individuals with talents and passions in more than one field; typically, full-time faculty teach in more than one department, and many faculty members take on administrative roles in addition to teaching. 

Mission Statement: Thomas Jefferson School gives its students the strongest possible academic background through a classical education. Within a nurturing community, students develop a responsibility for their own learning and a desire to lift up the world with beauty and intellect.

Diversity Statement: Thomas Jefferson School is committed to building and sustaining a community rooted in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. These values, which are central to our mission, fundamentally inform and shape student learning, achievement, and preparedness for life. Our school seeks to provide the strongest possible college-preparatory program within an international, multicultural community. We strive to embrace multiple perspectives, encourage critical thinking, and develop and nurture courageous, empathetic individuals at all levels. A TJ education aims to provide students with resources and inspiration to better their communities and the world.

For more information about our school, visit www.TJS.org and refer to our Statement of Philosophy and our Statement of Faculty Excellence.

Administrative Faculty are exempt according to the Fair Labor Standards Act. This means that they are not entitled to receive hourly wages and are not governed by the wage and hour laws.

Science and Math Faculty Thomas Jefferson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Heidi Pieroni
Phone: 314-843-4151
Email: hpieroni@tjs.org

Thomas Jefferson School (TJ) seeks a full-time faculty member for the 2024–2025 academic year to teach three year-long courses in chemistry, biology, and/or math (preference for AP Computer Science A). As a liberal-arts institution, TJ values individuals with talents and passions in more than one field; all full-time faculty teach in more than one department.

Standard faculty responsibilities include: 

  • Teaching: 3 year-long courses 

  • Advisory: Advising and monitoring the academic and social-emotional development of six to eight students across all grade levels and communicating regularly with their parents/guardians

  • Boarding Program: Performing evening and/or weekend supervision on campus, approximately 30-40 hours of supervisory duties, plus approximately 50 hours of on-call responsibilities, over the course of the school year (As a boarding and day school, on-campus life is a major part of our program. All faculty members shape and contribute to the culture of our close-knit community.)

  • Coaching, Clubs, and/or Study Hall Supervision: Serving as an athletic coach, study-hall supervisor, and/or club advisor as assigned based on expertise, experience, or interest (experience or interest in a robotics club is a plus)

  • School Trips: Sharing chaperoning duties for school-sponsored student trips in the fall

  • School Community: Attending or participating in some school-organized activities—e.g., social, cultural, athletic, or club events

  • Parents: Partnering with parents to communicate and educate about all things TJ, providing resources to help best support their child(ren)

The ideal candidate possesses strong skills and qualities in the following areas:

  • relevant educational background (degree in math or science) with versatile talents and passions in more than one discipline or area of school life

  • teaching experience

  • demonstrated interest in areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging

  • familiarity with applicable instructional practices, resources, and technologies

  • commitment to continuous professional growth

  • collegial spirit, positive outlook, a sense of humor, and willingness to fill in as needed to further the student experience

  • genuine appreciation of both middle- and high-school students 

Please send a letter of interest, a teaching philosophy, and a current résumé to: Heidi Pieroni, Director of Curriculum and Instruction (hpieroni@tjs.org). Please put “SCIENCE AND MATH OPENING” in the subject line. 

About the School

Thomas Jefferson School is a small, coed boarding and day school for students in grades 7-12. We are known for our strong liberal-arts focus, high-ability students, and close-knit, international community. TJ is consistently ranked among the top boarding schools in the nation and is rated as the #1 college-prep high school in Missouri by Niche.

As a liberal-arts institution, Thomas Jefferson School values individuals with talents and passions in more than one field; typically, full-time faculty teach in more than one department, and many faculty members take on administrative roles in addition to teaching. 

Mission Statement: Thomas Jefferson School gives its students the strongest possible academic background through a classical education. Within a nurturing community, students develop a responsibility for their own learning and a desire to lift up the world with beauty and intellect.

Diversity Statement: Thomas Jefferson School is committed to building and sustaining a community rooted in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. These values, which are central to our mission, fundamentally inform and shape student learning, achievement, and preparedness for life. Our school seeks to provide the strongest possible college-preparatory program within an international, multicultural community. We strive to embrace multiple perspectives, encourage critical thinking, and develop and nurture courageous, empathetic individuals at all levels. A TJ education aims to provide students with resources and inspiration to better their communities and the world.

For more information about our school, visit www.TJS.org and refer to our Statement of Philosophy and our Statement of Faculty Excellence.

Faculty are exempt according to the Fair Labor Standards Act. This means that they are not entitled to receive hourly wages and are not governed by the wage and hour laws.

 

Academic Advisor Villa Duchesne

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Lexy Perdomo
Phone: 3148103564
Email: lperdomo@villa1929.org
apply online

Villa Duchesne is seeking a part-time Academic Advisor for our Upper School (Grades 7-12). This position requires that the candidate have a bachelor’s degree and relevant experience advising young people about finding their passion in life and building an educational pathway to meet their goals. This position will work primarily with 9th and 10th grade families explaining the 4-year curriculum and devising individual plans for course selection and sequencing. This person also assists the Dean of Academics and Registrar with course planning and registration and should be detail-oriented, as extensive knowledge of our curricular offerings will be required.  Additionally, this person will oversee the administration of standardized testing and AP exams.

People love to work at Villa because of our engaged and serious students, small class sizes, the free buffet lunch for employees, and on-site employee childcare.

 

Academic Advisors at Villa Duchesne must commit to educating by the values articulated in the Goals and Criteria for Sacred Heart Schools in the United States-Canada with the desire of instilling in our students the qualities in our Portrait of a Villa Duchesne Graduate.

Villa Duchesne Graduates: 

1.    Are strong in faith and secure in their foundation. Our graduates know they are loved by God and go out into the world grateful for their education, self-aware, and prepared to find their purpose!

2.    Love as God loves. Our graduates see the dignity in all, build relationships, and advocate passionately for those who do not have a voice.

3.    Are Confident and creative. Our graduates are creative problem solvers and confident learners who persevere through adversity, ask hard questions, and actively pursue opportunities for growth.

4.    Forge life-long friendships and are positive forces in their communities. Our traditions and shared experiences bind our graduates together and to Villa Duchesne forever. The relationships fostered here empower our students to be their best for the world.

5.    Embrace a global view. Our graduates seek to understand the world, demonstrate social awareness, and share a hopeful vision for an unfolding future.

Middle School Integrated Language Arts Teacher The Principia School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Jil Dannull
Phone: 314-514-3148
Email: jil.dannull@principia.edu
apply online

Title:  Middle School Integrated Language Arts Teacher

Department/Location:  Middle School Faculty; St. Louis, MO

Position Type:  Full-time, school-year position

Organizational Relationship: Reports to Middle School Principal

Summary

Principia is looking for a Middle School Integrated Language Arts Teacher. In this role, you will teach grades 6-8 Language Arts classes through an integrated approach with other core subjects; use a variety of teaching methods to meet students’ needs; and mentor students as their teacher and character educator. You’ll help facilitate Integrated Studies for 6th-8th grades in design, implementation, and assessment of all units. You will use a variety of teaching methods, in particular project-based learning, to teach for success; assist students to effectively apply their knowledge and skills; and mentor students as their teacher, character educator, and advisor.  

Who We Are

At our award-winning pre-K–12 school in St. Louis, Missouri, and top-ranked Principia College in Elsah, Illinois, Principia faculty and staff make up a close-knit community of educators, coaches, and professionals taking a distinct approach to education—blending academic excellence with Christian Science-based character education. Principia’s team of over 500 employees supports not only Principia School and Principia College, but also a worldwide network of Alumni & Friends. 

At Principia School, our core value is LOVE. Love and its attributes underpin our foundational beliefs as well as our educational approach. We focus on developing the whole child—intellectually, physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually, preparing students for the next steps in life. We foster a challenging yet supportive environment where character unfolds naturally, and talent is cultivated through boundless opportunities. Character education plays an essential role in every aspect of the student experience, and classroom work is augmented by character trips, leadership development, and real-world, hands-on, project-based learning.

Principia employees are part of an engaging academic community preparing students to be tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and changemakers. We strive to create a collaborative and inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Plans effective lessons that invoke student interest and ownership 
  • Utilizes selected language arts curriculum that is woven into Integrated Studies 
  • Teaches four basic language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) through content of other disciplines in Integrated Studies classes
  • Shares and builds a love for language arts and other subjects 
  • Displays a love for working with middle school students; understands how to establish and maintain student respect and rapport 
  • Monitors and supports student progress by using different forms of assessment 
  • Develops experiential opportunities to deepen understanding 
  • Integrates technology where appropriate 
  • Recognizes that subject matter is a vehicle for character education 
  • Instructs students on a continuing basis to help them establish habits of right thinking and obedience to Principle      
  • Handles discipline situations in an effective manner 
  • Actively participates in various committee meetings, faculty and parent meetings, and professional development 
  • Supports Middle School activities by chaperoning social events and trips 
  • Displays a strong interest and love for working with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students 
  • Actively collaborates with colleagues across levels and departments to support the implementation of school-wide initiatives and to integrate across the disciplines 
  • Effectively integrates future-ready skills into the classroom helping students develop strong critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, communication, creativity and empathy skills 
  • Co-designs and co-plans lessons that invoke student interest and ownership, incorporates real-life situations where appropriate, and demonstrates an awareness of the needs of the future-ready learner 
  • Together with other faculty sets challenging and integrated long-term projects for students that are experiential and authentic 
  • Willingness to work effectively in a 1:1 tablet laptop environment, using technology as a tool to enhance learning 
  • Works with a wide range of students – helping them feel successful and to understand their unlimited potential 

Core Competencies

  • Problem Solving: Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics 
  • Project Management:  Is able to manage projects and bring them to a successful close in a timely and effective manner. 
  • Interpersonal: Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; maintains confidentiality of private information relating to students, colleagues, and the operations of the school; keeps emotions under control; remains open to others' ideas and tries new things 
  • Oral and Written Communication: Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions; demonstrates group presentation skills; participates in meetings; writes clearly and informatively; edits work for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs; able to read and interpret written information 
  • Team Work: Gives and welcomes feedback; contributes to building a positive team spirit; puts success of team above own interests; supports everyone's efforts to succeed 
  • Leadership: Exhibits confidence in self and others; inspires and motivates others to perform well; inspires respect and trust; displays passion and optimism; proven ability to lead teams 
  • Ethics: Treats people with respect; keeps commitments; inspires the trust of others; works with integrity and ethically; upholds organizational values 
  • Adaptability: Adapts to changes in the work environment; manages competing demands; changes approach or method to best fit the situation; able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events; display positivity and flexibility in responding to new situations and expectations 
  • Attendance/Punctuality: Is consistently at work and on time; ensures work responsibilities are covered when absent 
  • Initiative: Undertakes self-development activities; demonstrated commitment to continuous improvement 
  • Innovation: Displays original thinking and creativity; meets challenges with resourcefulness 
  • Judgment: Exhibits sound and accurate judgment 
  • Planning/Organizing: Prioritizes and plans work activities; Uses time efficiently. 
  • Professionalism: Approaches others in a tactful manner; reacts well under pressure; accepts responsibility for own actions; relates well to students and adults :

Minimum Qualifications

  • Student of Christian Science; if not, then values-aligned
  • Supportive of Principia’s mission, vision, and values as articulated here https://www.principia.edu/about/mission
    • Teaching certification preferred  
    • Teaching experience in elementary/middle school grades with varying needs preferred. 
    • Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field; Master’s degree preferred 
    • Relevant (teaching) experience with middle school students  

The statements above describe the general nature and level of work but are not a complete list of responsibilities and are subject to change at the discretion of Principia.

Equal Opportunity

Principia, a mission-driven institution, believes every person has the right to an equitable and respectful educational environment and workplace. Principia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), sexual orientation, family status, disability, age, or military or veteran status.

In hiring, admissions, and related decisions, Principia—as an institution with a religious mission—gives preference, where appropriate, to Christian Scientists.

Middle School Learning Engagement Center (LEC) Teacher The Principia School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Jil Dannull
Phone: 314-514-3148
Email: jil.dannull@principia.edu
apply online

Title: Middle School Learning Engagement Center (LEC) Teacher   

Department/Location: Middle School Faculty, St. Louis, MO  

Position Type: Full-time, school-year 

Organizational Relationship: Reports to Middle School Principal, 6th – 8th Grade 

Summary   

Principia is looking for a Middle School Learning Engagement Center (LEC) teacher. In this role, you will provide an environment to accelerate student progress in reading, writing, mathematics and executive functioning skills through structured support and interventions. You’ll differentiate instruction to scaffold student learning and model strategies to teach for deep understanding, in small-group and one-on-one settings. Must be willing to expand into the Upper School where appropriate to build connections with LEC faculty. 

Who We Are 

At our award-winning pre-K–12 school in St. Louis, Missouri, and top-ranked Principia College in Elsah, Illinois, Principia faculty and staff make up a close-knit community of educators, coaches, and professionals taking a distinct approach to education—blending academic excellence with Christian Science-based character education. Principia’s team of over 500 employees supports not only Principia School and Principia College, but also a worldwide network of Alumni & Friends.  

At Principia School, our core value is LOVE. Love and its attributes underpin our foundational beliefs as well as our educational approach. We focus on developing the whole child—intellectually, physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually, preparing students for the next steps in life. We foster a challenging yet supportive environment where character unfolds naturally, and talent is cultivated through boundless opportunities. Character education plays an essential role in every aspect of the student experience, and classroom work is augmented by character trips, leadership development, and real-world, hands-on, project-based learning. 

Principia employees are part of an engaging academic community preparing students to be tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and changemakers. We strive to create a collaborative and inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued. 

Primary Responsibilities 

  • Displays qualified skillset and prior experience in working with students who need academic support and intervention. 

  • Designs and delivers engaging, developmentally appropriate interventions in reading, writing, math, and other subjects in accordance with Principia’s curriculum; differentiates instruction based on learner needs. 

  • Has the ability to work with a wide range of students, helping them feel successful and to understand their unlimited potential. 

  • Handles discipline situations in an effective manner that supports character growth. 

  • Assists in creating a schedule for students to have access to academic support. 

  • Records, monitors, and analyzes data regarding student progress. 

  • Collaborates with families, teachers, and administration in regard to student learning objectives to promote growth in literacy, math and executive functioning skills. 

  • Participates in semester conferences and quarterly progress reports. 

  • Effectively monitors student's progress; uses and interprets data from Principia assessments (NWEA MAP, Benchmark Assessment System, Scholastic Reading Inventory, etc.). 

  • Pursues professional development and looks to apply best educational practices in the classroom; becomes part of a professional learning community where teachers are continually improving teaching and learning. 

  • Collaborates effectively with colleagues, coaches, parents, houseparents, and administrators. 

  • Technology proficient. 

  • Other duties as assigned. 

Core Competencies 

  • Positivity: Optimistic, positive, and focused on elevating and bringing out the very best in themselves and others. Faculty and staff are invited to understand teammates’ strengths and how they can complement each other. 

  • Team player: Ability to collaborate and partner with peers and senior leaders is critical, with an ability to listen, give and receive feedback, and be comfortable exchanging ideas and speaking candidly in a professional and collegial manner. 

  • Innovative: Presents a problem-solving mindset that helps our team come up with creative solutions to challenging issues, with a mentality of self-improvement and organizational excellence; meets challenges with resourcefulness; generates suggestions for improving work; develops innovative approaches and ideas 

  • Strategic thinkers: Ability to consider complex topics from multiple perspectives and offer innovative solutions. 

  • Student centered mindset: Principia views students as having unlimited potential. With this in mind, Principia expects team members to honor policy 3: ‘The Principia shall recognize that each individual as the child of God reflects the intelligence and strength of our Maker, and that all have equal opportunity and equal ability in the sight of God.’ 

  • Communication: Communicates well (written and verbal), delivers compelling presentations, has strong listening skills, passion and drive, and both intellectual and emotional intelligence 

  • Attendance/Punctuality: Is consistently at work and on time; ensures work responsibilities are covered when absent. 

  • Initiative: Undertakes self-development activities; demonstrates commitment to continuous improvement. 

  • Planning and Organizing: Prioritizes and plans work activities; uses time efficiently; manages multiple projects and tasks simultaneously. 

  • Professionalism: Approaches others in a tactful manner; reacts well under pressure; accepts responsibility for own actions; relates well to students and adults. 

Minimum Qualifications 

  • Student of Christian Science; if not, then values-aligned 

  • Supportive of Principia’s mission, vision, and values as articulated here https://www.principia.edu/about/mission  

  • Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or related field; Master’s degree preferred.  

  • Experience working with the Fountas and Pinnell BAS or other assessment tools for Reading and Writing; equivalent experience with Math intervention resources.  

  • Teaching experience in elementary/middle school grades with varying needs preferred. 

  • Experience working with students with special academic needs and/or those who need significant support through differentiated teaching. 

  • Teaching certification preferred (required within two years of hire date). 

  • Experience with assessing and supporting student needs and providing the scaffolding for learning progress.  

The statements above describe the general nature and level of work but are not a complete list of responsibilities and are subject to change at the discretion of Principia.  

Equal Opportunity  

Principia, a mission-driven institution, believes every person has the right to an equitable and respectful educational environment and workplace. Principia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), sexual orientation, family status, disability, age, or military or veteran status.  

In hiring, admissions, and related decisions, Principia—as an institution with a religious mission—gives preference, where appropriate, to Christian Scientists. 

  

Middle School Integrated Art Specialist The Principia School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Jil Dannull
Phone: 314-514-3148
Email: jil.dannull@principia.edu
apply online

Title:  Integrated Art Specialist

Department/Location: Middle School Faculty; St. Louis, MO

Position Type:  Full-time, school-year position

Organizational Relationships: Reports to Principal, 6-8th Grade

Summary

Principia is looking for an Integrated Art Specialist. In this role, you will integrate Art for 6th-8th grades in all subject areas.  You will use a variety of teaching methods, in particular project-based learning, to teach for understanding (UbD); ensure students are effectively applying their knowledge and skills; and mentor students as their teacher, character educator, and advisor.

Who We Are

At our award-winning pre-K–12 school in St. Louis, Missouri, and top-ranked Principia College in Elsah, Illinois, Principia faculty and staff make up a close-knit community of educators, coaches, and professionals taking a distinct approach to education—blending academic excellence with Christian Science-based character education. Principia’s team of over 500 employees supports not only Principia School and Principia College, but also a worldwide network of Alumni & Friends. 

At Principia School, our core value is LOVE. Love and its attributes underpin our foundational beliefs as well as our educational approach. We focus on developing the whole child—intellectually, physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually, preparing students for the next steps in life. We foster a challenging yet supportive environment where character unfolds naturally, and talent is cultivated through boundless opportunities. Character education plays an essential role in every aspect of the student experience, and classroom work is augmented by character trips, leadership development, and real-world, hands-on, project-based learning.

Principia employees are part of an engaging academic community preparing students to be tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and changemakers. We strive to create a collaborative and inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Displays a strong interest and love for working with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students
  • Plans lessons that invoke student interest and ownership, incorporates real-life situations where appropriate, and demonstrates an awareness of the needs of the future-ready learner
  • Sets challenging and integrated long-term projects for students that are experiential and authentic
  • Plans and implements a cohesive and appropriate Art curriculum that integrates with other subject areas
  • Overseas all art aspects of the MS, including but not limited to planning and overseeing Evenings of Excellence, Grade 8 Culminating Art Project, Grade 7 gift, MS O-Week project, locker decor
  • Works with US and LS Art teachers to ensure a scope and sequence is in place for Art education at Principia
  • Willingness to work effectively in a 1:1 tablet laptop environment, using technology as a tool to enhance learning
  • Effectively integrates future-ready skills into the classroom helping students develop strong critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, research and communication skills
  • Works with a wide range of students – helping them feel successful and to understand their unlimited potential
  • Provides daily conferences for students
  • Handles discipline situations in an effective manner that supports character growth
  • Actively collaborates with colleagues across levels and departments to support the implementation of school-wide initiatives
  • Actively participates in various committee meetings, faculty and parent meetings, and professional development; becomes part of a professional learning community where teachers are continually improving teaching and learning
  • Communicates effectively with coaches, parents, and houseparents
  • Supports middle school activities by chaperoning social events and trips
  • Recognizes that spiritually-based character education is as important as the subject matter being taught

Core Competencies

  • Problem Solving: Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics
  • Interpersonal: Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; maintains confidentiality of private information relating to students, colleagues, and the operations of the school; keeps emotions under control; remains open to others' ideas and tries new things
  • Oral and Written Communication: Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions; demonstrates group presentation skills; participates in meetings; writes clearly and informatively; edits work for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs; able to read and interpret written information
  • Team Work: Gives and welcomes feedback; contributes to building a positive team spirit; puts success of team above own interests; supports everyone's efforts to succeed
  • Leadership: Exhibits confidence in self and others; inspires and motivates others to perform well; inspires respect and trust; displays passion and optimism; proven ability to lead teams
  • Ethics: Treats people with respect; keeps commitments; inspires the trust of others; works with integrity and ethically; upholds organizational values
  • Adaptability: Adapts to changes in the work environment; manages competing demands; changes approach or method to best fit the situation; able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events; display positivity and flexibility in responding to new situations and expectations
  • Attendance/Punctuality: Is consistently at work and on time; ensures work responsibilities are covered when absent
  • Initiative: Undertakes self-development activities; demonstrated commitment to continuous improvement
  • Innovation: Displays original thinking and creativity; meets challenges with resourcefulness
  • Judgment: Exhibits sound and accurate judgment
  • Planning/Organizing:  Prioritizes and plans work activities; uses time efficiently.
  • Professionalism: Approaches others in a tactful manner; reacts well under pressure; accepts responsibility for own actions; relates well to students and adults 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Student of Christian Science; if not, then values-aligned
  • Supportive of Principia’s mission, vision, and values as articulated here https://www.principia.edu/about/mission
  • Willingness to turn readily to God for guidance
  • Teaching certification/Master’s degree/Significant coursework in art education (required within two years of hire date)
  • Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field
  • Relevant teaching experience with middle school students
  • Prior experience working in an integrated studies setting

The statements above describe the general nature and level of work but are not a complete list of responsibilities and are subject to change at the discretion of Principia.

Equal Opportunity

Principia, a mission-driven institution, believes every person has the right to an equitable and respectful educational environment and workplace. Principia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), sexual orientation, family status, disability, age, or military or veteran status.

In hiring, admissions, and related decisions, Principia—as an institution with a religious mission—gives preference, where appropriate, to Christian Scientists.

Permanent Substitute & Extended Day Supervisor Rossman School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Anna Hand
Phone: 314-434-5877
Email: ahand@rossmanschool.org
apply online

Rossman School is searching for an experienced educator to serve as a Permanent Substitute & Extended Day Supervisor for the 2024-25 academic year. As a full-time member of the faculty, the Permanent Substitute assumes instructional responsibilities for both short- and long-term faculty absences. 

By building strong relationships with colleagues and students, the Permanent Substitute provides a seamless transition during any teacher’s absence. On days that the school does not need a substitute teacher, the Permanent Substitute assists in classrooms to support student learning. Responsibilities may include working with small groups of students, co-teaching a lesson, assessing student work, or preparing materials for a future lesson.

The Permanent Substitute also helps supervise the school’s Extended Day program. Because of these combined responsibilities, the Permanent Substitute is expected to remain at school until 4:15 p.m. on a daily basis.

The ideal candidate for this position will have a bachelor’s degree in education, a minimum of two years experience teaching in an elementary school, and strong organizational and communication skills, allowing him/her to balance multiple roles. Experience in math instruction is preferred.

This individual will demonstrate a dedication to honesty, kindness, respect, and responsibility – the pillars of Rossman’s character program – in his/her interactions with children and adults. 

Interested applicants are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to Anna Hand, ahand@rossmanschool.org, with Permanent Substitute in the subject line.

Director of Enrollment Management St. Joseph’s Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Kelly Tierney
Phone: 3143944300
Email: employment@sja1840.org
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St. Joseph’s Academy is a college preparatory high school in Frontenac, Missouri sponsored by St. Joseph Educational Ministries with student enrollment of 600 and 100 faculty and staff. Founded in 1840 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the mission of the Academy is to provide quality Catholic education for young women in an environment that challenges them to grow in faith, knowledge, and respect for self and others. Our community expects these young women to make a profound impact in the world.  St. Joseph’s Academy is committed to developing young women to be “Values-Driven Leaders” and upholds the school’s motto, “Not I, But We.”

The Director of Enrollment Management is responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive, action-oriented enrollment strategies and tactics to position St. Joseph’s Academy as the all-girls, faith-based college preparatory school of choice. This position oversees all aspects of recruitment, selection, enrollment, and retention.

​​​​​​​The Enrollment Director:

  •  Is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and reports to the President.
  •  Works collaboratively with Senior Leadership Team, faculty, staff, student ambassadors, and families.
  •  Leads by example, expressing warmth and hospitality and ensuring the mission of St. Joseph’s Academy and the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet are tangible and visible in the enrollment process.
  • Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the school’s curriculum and offerings, as well as those offered by competitor schools.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred
  • Five or more years of admission experience, preferably with an independent or religious school,
    a college, or a university; proven successful sales and organizational management skills in an
    unrelated field will be considered
  • Ability to be an influential spokesperson with excellent written and oral communication skills to
    effectively market and communicate the values and mission of the school to both students and
    adults
  • Proven leadership success including the ability to motivate and lead positively through change,
    work collaboratively with external offices, and establish a visible presence in the SJA community
  • Genuine desire to forge relationships with faculty, staff, students, parents, alumnae, and the
    community at large
  • High level of integrity, a strong work ethic, and confidence; exhibits flexibility, listens effectively,
    and maintains confidentiality
  • Demonstrated success in developing and achieving strategic plans and goals, recruiting,
    conversion and retention in prior positions
  • Available for limited travel events, and as well as evenings and weekends as necessary

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to employment@sja1840.org with "Director of Enrollment Management" in the subject line.

Associate Director of Admission - Lower School MICDS

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Position Start Date: 2024-2025 school year

About MICDS

MICDS has a rich and distinctive history spanning more than 150 years. A leader in independent education, MICDS is a college-prep, coed school for grades JK-12. Our mission is to help students discover their unique talents, preparing them for higher education and a life of purpose and service as an engaged citizen in our ever-changing world.

Employee Benefits

MICDS offers employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits plan, including a generous 403(b) retirement plan where the School contributes 8% of salary with an employee’s 3% contribution; medical, dental and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts and long term care insurance; life insurance and short-term and long-term disability insurances; tuition benefit; paid leaves; access to a fitness center; and free lunch.

Application Process

For immediate consideration, complete our online application at https://www.micds.org/our-school/career-opportunities/ and upload a copy of your cover letter and resume.

JOB SUMMARY

Under the direction of the Director of Enrollment Management, performs a variety of tasks necessary to guide families through all aspects of the admission and recruitment process for the Lower School (grades JK-4) with a focus on strategic attraction and retention initiatives.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Work with the Admission Team to plan, coordinate, and implement admission initiatives. Manage outreach activities, including visiting feeder preschools, attending organized events and fairs, and hosting numerous campus events.
  • Coordinate admission process for applicants. Follow up with prospective families, interview applicant families, oversee admission testing, arrange family visits and tours, and communicate final admission decisions.
  • Chair admission committees. Prepare application materials for committee review, train committee members, and lead decision meetings.
  • Build strong relationships and collaborate with the Head of Lower School, faculty, Student Support Services, and other key internal constituents and stakeholders on admission information, planning, and execution.
  • Recruit, train, and oversee parent, student, and faculty volunteers for campus tours, admission events, and activities, including admission testing.
  • Effectively utilize the school database system, Veracross, for prospective family relationship management, process organization, and maintenance of online applications and electronic files. Create custom reports with the School database.
  • Work directly with the Marketing and Communication Office on strategic marketing planning and execution.
  • Be an active, visible, and engaged member of the Lower School community, supporting the work of the Division, including but not limited to onboarding of new students, attending faculty meetings and community events, and observing and partnering with faculty in classrooms to immerse in the Lower School program.
  • Participate in School and Independent Schools of St. Louis (ISSL) committee work to support school initiatives at MICDS and the larger St. Louis community.
  • Compile, research, and report admission data and demographic statistics using Veracross and other external resources.
  • Support other members of the Admission Team as needed with recruitment and admission efforts across the school.
  • Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the School’s discretion.

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Knowledge of early childhood educational development
  • Experience working with children ages 3-10
  • A passion for and an understanding of the work and culture of independent schools, with prior experience in elementary school required and enrollment/admissions experience preferred
  • Collaborative approach to work, with an ability to partner warmly and energetically with staff colleagues, prospective students and parents, and faculty peers
  • Commitment to working in an environment that embraces a diverse community of students, educators, parents, and alums
  • Ability to thrive in a highly competitive market environment through creative and innovative strategies
  • High level of interpersonal skills with strategies for maintaining balance while managing multiple demands on a regular basis
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information
  • Proficiency and acuity with learning a variety of software applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, customer relationship management (CRM) programs, databases, presentation software, and email
  • Strong background, experience, and interest in marketing and sales preferred
  • Ability to attend closely to detail and compose and proof materials accurately
  • Superior organizational skills and ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and phone etiquette
  • Ability to work extra hours when needed, including some evenings and weekends
  • Joy in working with children and parents of young children

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Successful completion of a criminal history and background check is required.
  • The position requires work in standard office conditions and climate.
  • The position may require work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.
  • The position may require work in varied extreme outside weather conditions during special activities and admission events.
  • The position may require light physical activity. Work may involve occasional assistance of others in the manipulation of heavy objects and some standing or walking for extended periods of time.

Long-Term Substitute Teacher (August-December 2024) Rossman School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Anna Hand
Phone: 314-434-5877
Email: ahand@rossmanschool.org
apply online

Rossman School is searching for an experienced educator to serve as a Long-Term Substitute for the first semester of the 2024-25 academic year.

As a valued member of the faculty, the Long-Term Substitute assumes instructional responsibilities for elementary grade levels and specialist classes. By building strong relationships with colleagues and students, the Long-Term Substitute is able to provide a seamless transition during the teacher’s absence. Responsibilities include working with small groups of students, co-teaching lessons, assessing student work, preparing materials, and planning with co-teachers.

The ideal candidate for this position will have a degree in education and experience working with elementary-age children. This individual will demonstrate a dedication to honesty, kindness, respect, and responsibility – the pillars of Rossman’s character program – in his/her interactions with children and adults. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational and communication skills, allowing him/her to balance multiple roles. 

Experience in an independent school is not required. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with other area independent schools and an applicant's experience.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Anna Hand, ahand@rossmanschool.org, with Long-Term Substitute in the subject line.

College Counselor Crossroads College Preparatory School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Michelle Chlebowski
Phone: 3143678085
Email: michelle@crossroadscollegeprep.org
apply online

Crossroads College Prep seeks a  full- or part-time College Counselor in 2024-25.

 School Mission

Crossroads College Preparatory School strives to be an exemplary and engaging learning community committed to justice and equity. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support, organize, and implement the process by which students develop an appropriate list of schools, complete excellent applications, and choose where to enroll. 

  • Provide students and their families with a comprehensive understanding of the college admission process and landscape, including appropriate information and guidance programs beginning in ninth grade and continuing through twelfth grade. 

  • Represent and promote Crossroads College Preparatory School and our students to college admission officers and professional organizations. 

  • Assist students and their families with understanding the financing of a college education and seeking and applying for scholarships. 

  • Coordinate the ACT and SAT test preparation programs offered to junior students. 

  • Manage the SCOIR platform as part of the college choice process for students and families.

  • Process all supporting documents for student college admission, summer program, and scholarship applications. 

  • Maintain data and report on outcomes on each graduating class as it pertains to post-graduation plans. 

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or higher

  • Experience in college counseling or admissions 

  • Experience in schools, independent school experience preferred

Please send a resume and cover letter to michelle@crossroadscollegeprep.org with the subject line ”Resume -  Crossroads College Counselor". 

 

Associate Director of College Counseling Saint Louis Priory School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Saint Louis Priory School seeks an Associate Director of College Counseling. The anticipated start date will be August 1, 2024. Ideal candidates would have three-plus years of experience in college counseling, preferably with experience in an independent school and/or experience in a college’s admission office. 

Founded in 1956 by the Benedictine monks of Saint Louis Abbey, Priory is an independent Catholic school for young men in grades 7 through 12. We provide a college preparatory and liberal arts education of the highest excellence using our unique Benedictine approach designed to develop young men in mind, body, and spirit through a rigorous balance of disciplines that challenge the whole person while cultivating a lifelong sense of community. All candidates should demonstrate a desire to be involved in the entire community and must support the Catholic mission of our school.

To apply for this position, you will need to email careers@priory.org and include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

The full job description can be found at www.priory.org/careers.

 

 

English Teacher - De Smet Jesuit High School De Smet Jesuit High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Peter Heithaus
Phone: (314) 567-3500
Email: pheithaus@desmet.org
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ENGLISH TEACHER - DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL

 

De Smet Jesuit high School invites applications for the position of English Teacher.  This position is responsible for teaching students how to comprehend, think, speak, and write clearly, cogently, and effectively through the study of great literature and writing. The De Smet Jesuit High School English Department provides a college preparatory curriculum that creates an understanding of the human condition by exploring Ignatian values and ideals through the study of various literary genres.  Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in English or a related area, experience teaching at the secondary level, and be able to demonstrate exceptional verbal and written communication skills.  Candidates with a Master’s degree or higher in English or Literature will be preferred.

 

Comprehensive benefits program includes tuition remission for eligible dependents.

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit https://www.desmet.org/about/careers.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V – Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

 

ROBOTICS COACH AND TEACHER – DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL De Smet Jesuit High School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Peter Heithaus
Phone: (314) 567-3500
Email: pheithaus@desmet.org
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ROBOTICS COACH AND TEACHER – DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL

De Smet Jesuit High School invites applications for the position of Robotics Coach.  This position helps students develop the skills to design and build successful robots, fostering a spirit of team building and professionalism throughout the process, including preparing the robotics team to participate in the FIRST Robotic Challenge (FRC).   In addition, this position may teach an appropriate subject area related to the individual’s qualifications and needs of the school.  Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree or above in a related area, experience working with high school age students, and knowledge and experience in robot coding (Java), basic robotic principles and construction (pneumatics, wiring, sensors, electronics, motor controllers).  Candidates who are familiar with FRC robotics will be preferred. 

Comprehensive benefits program includes tuition remission for eligible dependents.

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit https://www.desmet.org/about/careers.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V – Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

 

Special Services Teacher/Case Manager Westminster Christian Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Meghan Goessling
Phone: 3149972900
Email: mgoessling@wcastl.org
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Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking a Special Services Teacher/Case Manager for the 2024-25 school year. We seek individuals who are driven by excellence, care deeply about their students, and are willing to develop healthy, nurturing relationships in and outside the classroom. If you believe Westminster might be the place for you, we want to hear from you!

Founded in 1976 as an independent, coeducational school, Westminster Christian Academy provides a comprehensive college preparatory program for 935 students in grades 7 through 12.  The school is located in suburban St. Louis County, Missouri, on a 70-acre campus, 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis.

Westminster Christian Academy honors Jesus Christ by providing an excellent education, rooted in biblical truth as interpreted by the Westminster Confession of Faith, for the children of Christian parents. Faculty and staff enable students to discover and embrace a biblical view of the world and integrate that view into every area of life.

Primary Responsibilities
  • Conduct Study Skills classes
  • Co-teach Pull-out and/or CWC 
  • Review and write ISPs as needed
  • Collaborate with the faculty across all curricular areas
  • Assist with PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP administration
  • Participate in all functions of the Special Services Department
Qualifications
  • A clear testimony of a personal saving relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Membership or faithful attendance at an approved Protestant church congregation
  • Bachelor’s Degree and Special Education Certification required
  • Two or more years of elementary or secondary teaching experience; recent graduates may be considered
  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to relate to parents and faculty
  • Strong leadership skills with a passion for struggling students
  • Deep knowledge of disability manifestation in an academic setting and proven success in meeting the spiritual, emotional, and educational needs of challenged students
  • Strong professional or collegiate references
  • Expertise in the integration of faith and learning
  • Strong classroom management skills
In order to complete the application process, candidates must also have:
  1. Two professional references submit our Faculty Candidate Evaluation on their behalf
  2. One Pastor Reference submitted on their behalf

Middle and Upper School Instrumental Music (Orchestra) Teacher and Collaborative Pianist MICDS

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Position Start Date: 2024-25 school year

About MICDS

MICDS has a rich and distinctive history spanning more than 150 years. A leader in independent education, MICDS is a college-prep, coeducational school for grades JK-12. Our mission is to help students discover their unique talents, preparing them for higher education and a life of purpose and service as engaged citizens in our ever-changing world.

Employee Benefits

MICDS offers employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits plan, including a generous 403(b) retirement plan where the School contributes 8% of salary with an employee’s 3% contribution; medical, dental and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts and long term care insurance; life insurance and short-term and long-term disability insurances; tuition benefit; paid leaves; access to a fitness center; and free lunch.

Application Process

For immediate consideration, complete our online application at https://www.micds.org/our-school/career-opportunities/ and upload a copy of your cover letter, resume, and statement of teaching philosophy.

JOB SUMMARY

MICDS is seeking a full-time instrumental music educator to join our Performing Arts team, teaching Middle and Upper Schools orchestra (strings) classes and serving as a collaborative pianist for the Choir program. Orchestra teaching includes being a central member of the teaching team for a growing strings/orchestra program, including being lead teacher for 5th, 6th and 7th Grade orchestra classes, and one of the Upper School orchestras. This position involves working in close collaboration in a team with the assistant teacher, the director of orchestras, and the extended day strings teacher to help develop and deepen a vibrant and meaningful orchestra program. The ideal candidate will have strong musicianship, training in music education, and classroom teaching experience with particular strength in beginning and intermediate level orchestra. Essential musicianship skills include knowledge of best practices in strings methods, programming ability for repertoire that is both appropriate and appealing to beginning and intermediate orchestra students, and classroom teaching experience for both upper and lower strings instruments. This person will also be a skilled pianist interested in playing with our choirs. Preference is given to a candidate who has knowledge of choral music education and experience as a choral collaborative pianist. As a member of a team of over 20 teaching artists and a part of the larger MICDS School community, the ideal candidate will demonstrate effective collaboration with colleagues in a shared goal of creating and maintaining a student-centered music program. MICDS encourages ongoing professional growth and seeks faculty with a strong interest in implementing new curriculum and pedagogies aligned with highly effective teaching practices as well as a commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse group of learners. Preference is given to candidates with a bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education, master’s preferred, and at least two years experience teaching classroom orchestra at the Middle and Upper School levels.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Works with the department chair and curricular team to plan, document, evaluate, and revise curriculum.

  • Selects and develops related print and online course materials.

  • Creates effective assessment tools to support student achievement and growth.

  • Implements effective classroom management strategies to ensure a productive learning environment.

  • Evaluates, documents and communicates student progress through reporting systems and conferences.

  • Attends faculty, grade level and departmental meetings and supervisory duties.

  • Serves as grade level advisor for 10-12 students and implements grade level programming and advisory curriculum.

  • Assists and supports students outside of class as needed.

  • Communicates student progress consistently with parents and guardians.

  • Collaborates effectively with departmental and grade level teams as well as student support services personnel.

  • Participates in the MICDS professional development framework and pursues outside opportunities to stay current with best practices.

  • Serves on divisional and school-wide curriculum and program committees.

  • Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the school’s discretion.


JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education required and master’s preferred

  • Expertise in beginning and intermediate strings methods

  • Teaching experience in an orchestra classroom that includes violin, viola, cello, and bass

  • Solid collaborative piano skills for both classroom rehearsal and concerts

  • Demonstrated commitment to inclusive and diverse music curriculum

  • Ability to work in an environment that embraces a diverse community of students, educators, parents, and alumni

  • Experience working in a one-to-one laptop environment or relevant technology skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Must enjoy working and learning with children

OTHER INFORMATION

  • A criminal history and background check is required and must be successfully completed prior to employment.

  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.

  • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled classroom environment.

  • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

Part-Time Middle and Upper School Instrumental Music (Orchestra) Teacher MICDS

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Position Start Date: 2024-25 school year

Application Process

For immediate consideration, complete our online application at https://www.micds.org/our-school/career-opportunities/ and upload a copy of your cover letter, resume, and statement of teaching philosophy. This position is not benefit eligible.

JOB SUMMARY

MICDS is seeking a dynamic and talented instrumental music educator to join our Performing Arts team, teaching Middle and Upper School orchestra (strings). Orchestra teaching includes being a central member of the teaching team for a growing strings/orchestra program, including being lead teacher for 5th, 6th and 7th Grade orchestra classes, and one of the Upper School orchestras. This position involves working in close collaboration in a team with the assistant teacher, the director of orchestras, and the extended day strings teacher to help develop and deepen a vibrant and meaningful orchestra program. The ideal candidate will have strong musicianship, training in music education, and classroom teaching experience with particular strength in beginning and intermediate level orchestra. Essential musicianship skills include knowledge of best practices in strings methods, programming ability for repertoire that is both appropriate and appealing to beginning and intermediate orchestra students, and classroom teaching experience for both upper and lower strings instruments. Preference is given to a candidate who has a lower strings specialty. As a member of a team of over 20 teaching artists and a part of the larger MICDS community, the ideal candidate will demonstrate effective collaboration with colleagues in a shared goal of creating and maintaining a student-centered music program. MICDS encourages ongoing professional growth and seeks faculty with a strong interest in implementing new curriculum and pedagogies aligned with highly effective teaching practices as well as a commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse group of learners. Preference is given to candidates with a bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education, master’s preferred, and at least two years experience teaching classroom orchestra at the Middle and Upper School levels.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Works with the department chair and curricular team to plan, document, evaluate, and revise curriculum.

  • Selects and develops related print and online course materials.
  • Creates effective assessment tools to support student achievement and growth.

  • Implements effective classroom management strategies to ensure a productive learning environment.

  • Evaluates, documents and communicates student progress through reporting systems and conferences.

  • Attends faculty and departmental meetings.

  • Assists and supports students outside of class as needed.

  • Communicates student progress consistently with parents and guardians.

  • Collaborates effectively with departmental and grade level teams as well as student support services personnel.

  • Participates in the MICDS professional development framework and pursues outside opportunities to stay current with best practices.

  • Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the School’s discretion.

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education required and master’s preferred

  • Expertise in beginning and intermediate strings methods

  • Teaching experience in an orchestra classroom that includes violin, viola, cello, and bass

  • Demonstrated commitment to inclusive and diverse music curriculum

  • Ability to work in an environment that embraces a diverse community of students, educators, parents, and alumni

  • Experience working in a one-to-one laptop environment or relevant technology skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Must enjoy working and learning with children

OTHER INFORMATION

  • A criminal history and background check is required and must be successfully completed prior to employment.

  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.

  • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled classroom environment.

  • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

Early Childhood Assistant - Hiring 2024-25 School Year The Waldorf School of St. Louis

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Kelly Marren
Phone: 314-962-2129
Email: employment@waldorfstl.org
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Take part in the special adventures of the young child's journey through Early Childhood. Our Early Childhood Assistant works in collaboration with our Lead teacher to cultivate an atmosphere that fills our students' day by creating experiences, allowing children to immerse themselves fully in play, and fostering the child's sense of wonder. Through play, singing, movement, handwork, arts, storytelling, puppetry, and more you not only enrich the children’s social-emotional life but also provide a strong foundation for academics. 

The Waldorf School of St. Louis seeks a part-time, with the possibility of full-time, Early Childhood Assistant Teacher to join our faculty for the 2024-25 school year.

We welcome you to visit us and see our students in action. At The Waldorf School of St. Louis, we rethink what is possible in education.

Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7:50am-3:30pm (or part time within those hours)

For a full job description or TO APPLY, email the following to employment@waldorfstl.org:

  • Cover Letter with a short autobiographical statement
  • Resume or summary of your applicable knowledge/experience
  • References

We offer:

  • Freedom in creating curriculum to meet the needs of the developing children
  • Students are assessed using a variety of methods rather than an annual standardized test
  • Small class sizes and engaged, curious students
  • Training funds (up to 50% reimbursement) for professional development
  • Collaborative faculty and staff who make decisions by consensus
  • A campus in the heart of Historic North Webster with access to parks, and outdoor spaces that are integral to our students’ school day and overall educational experience through outdoor playtime, experiential learning, kinesthetic learning, and curiosity about the world beyond the classroom walls
  • Tuition discounts for children of employees, up to 100% for FT employees
  • Mentoring programs and strong, supportive, collegial relationships
  • Paid snow days for part-time employees

Sixth Grade Program Lead and Faculty Member Saint Louis Priory School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Saint Louis Priory School seeks a Sixth Grade Program Lead and Faculty Member. The initial purpose of this role will be to design and implement a sixth-grade experience for the 2025-2026 academic year. During the 2024-2025 academic year, this role will be part-time, have flexible hours and compensated with a stipend. During the 2025-2026, this role will transition to a full-time Faculty role leading the academic instruction and supporting behavioral formation of our sixth-grade students. Ideal candidates for the position will have experience teaching at the middle school level as well as designing and implementing educational programming.  Preference will be given to candidates with a Master’s degree and five years of experience.

Founded in 1956 by the Benedictine monks of Saint Louis Abbey, Priory is an independent Catholic school for young men in grades 7 through 12. We provide a college preparatory and liberal arts education of the highest excellence using our unique Benedictine approach designed to develop young men in mind, body, and spirit through a rigorous balance of disciplines that challenge the whole person while cultivating a lifelong sense of community. All candidates should demonstrate a desire to be involved in the entire community and must support the Catholic mission of our school.

To apply for this position, you will need to email careers@priory.org and include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

The full job description can be found at www.priory.org/careers

 

Math Teacher Crossroads College Preparatory School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Michelle Chlebowski
Phone: 3143678085
Email: michelle@crossroadscollegeprep.org

Mission: Crossroads College Preparatory School strives to be an exemplary and engaging learning community committed to justice and equity.

Position Overview

We seek a teacher who loves math, teaching, adolescents, and the Crossroads mission.

This position requires someone

  • Passionate about math education, grades 7-12

  • Interested in cultivating skills in math literacy and math enjoyment

  • Comfortable in a collaborative work environment

  • Other skills and interests to add to our community

  • Course load of part time or full time

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field required; Master’s degree in related field preferred

  • Secondary school math teaching experience preferred

If interested, please email resume and cover letter to michelle@crossroadscollegeprep.org with the subject line: Resume for Crossroads Math position.

Classroom Teachers for 2024-2025 School Year The College School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Email: careers@thecollegeschool.org
apply online

Now Accepting Applications for Full-time Classroom Teachers for 2024-2025 School Year

The College School is an independent Preschool through Eighth Grade school in St. Louis, Missouri, with a focus on interdisciplinary, experiential, and outdoor education. We seek highly-skilled teachers who know the importance of cultivating relationships with students in order to empower their success. We seek individuals who are passionate about learning and life; who, through involvement with experiential education, know the value of our approach; and who are a good fit for our unique learning community.

The positions involve:

  • Joyfully and wisely guiding students through personal and intellectual discovery;

  • Collaborating with the other full-time teachers on design and implementation of an engaging, age-appropriate, thematically-integrated, experiential curriculum;

  • A comfort teaching various discipline areas;

  • Team teaching in interdisciplinary project-based classes;

  • Actively participating in and contributing to the school’s professional community and curricular goals through meetings, committees, and professional development;

Applicants should have:

  • A desire to work hard, to learn new things, and to be compassionate;

  • Experience teaching experiential, thematic, progressive, child-centered education;

  • Classroom teaching experience (preferred); 

  • A desire to contribute to a culture of excellence among students and colleagues;

  • Experience with or belief in outdoor education pedagogy and practice;

  • A Master’s degree in an appropriate field is preferred;

  • An openness to obtaining a CDL license to drive our school buses on trips is preferred.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with experience

  • A robust benefit package, including insurance, tuition remission, and retirement funding

Contact Information:

  • Interested candidates should email their resume to careers@thecollegeschool.org attention:  Gina Brym. Please include a cover letter letting us know why you would be a fit for our school’s mission and sharing one specific story that illustrates that fit.

The College School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, or genetic information. Please visit www.thecollegeschool.org  to learn more about our school and culture.

Spanish Teacher The Fulton School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Kara Douglass
Phone: 3144696622
Email: apply@fulton-school.org
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The Fulton School is welcoming inquiries for a part-time Preschool through 8th grade Spanish instructor.  Candidates should be prepared to engage students in learning Spanish physically, verbally, and experientially, and approach teaching with a nurturing, creative, and rigorous attitude, and possess strong communication, organizational, and relational skills. Teachers will know students and their families well--you have the opportunity to get involved in a family-oriented community where faculty morale is high and students and teachers share great rapport. 

We are a small toddler through 12th grade community; Toddler through 3rd grade programs are traditional Montessori, and 4th-12th grade is college preparatory curriculum combined with the Montessori philosophy.  The Fulton School promotes joy, curiosity, and independence in learning with an emphasis on hands-on, relevant teaching.  For immediate consideration please send your resume, and a statement of teaching philosophy by email to apply@fulton-school.org.

Lower School Teaching Associate MICDS

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Position Start Date: 2024-2025 school year

About MICDS

MICDS has a rich and distinctive history spanning more than 150 years. A leader in independent education, MICDS is a college-prep, coeducational school for grades JK-12. Our mission is to help students discover their unique talents, preparing them for higher education and a life of purpose and service as engaged citizens in our ever-changing world.

Employee Benefits

MICDS offers employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits plan, including a generous 403(b) retirement plan where the School contributes 8% of salary with an employee’s 3% contribution; medical, dental and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts and long term care insurance; life insurance and short-term and long-term disability insurances; tuition benefit; paid leaves; access to a fitness center; and free lunch.

Application Process

For immediate consideration, complete our online application at https://www.micds.org/our-school/career-opportunities/ and upload a copy of your cover letter, resume, and statement of teaching philosophy.

Job Summary

In collaboration with the lead teacher, the Teaching Associate will assist with and support classroom instruction, assessment and supervision.

Essential Functions

  • Partner with the lead teacher(s) with regards to teaching, assisting with classroom management and transitions, and preparation of materials.
  • Instruct/assess children in small and large groups and work one on one with children in collaboration with the lead teacher(s).
  • Design and implement lessons connected to instruction in reading and writing.
  • Assist in transitions to and from scheduled activities outside of the homeroom as needed.
  • As needed, support teachers in other curricular areas.
  • Contribute to daily and yearly classroom/teaching set up and clean up procedures. Will include creating student materials, including preparation of and work with technology resources.
  • Supervise and lead the classroom when the teacher is out of the room.
  • Supervise within duty rotations as assigned.
  • Attend faculty meetings and recommended professional development.
  • Work occasional days/evenings outside of the regular school day, e.g., New Student Orientation, Parent Night, Parent/Teacher Conference days and Admissions events.
  • Teach/play indoors on the floor as well as outdoors on the playground.
  • While performing the duties of this position the teacher must enjoy working and learning with young children.
  • Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the School’s discretion.

Job Requirements and Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and/or Early Childhood Education or at least three years of experience in elementary education is required.
  • Ability to work in an environment that embraces a diverse community of students, educators, parents, and alums.
  • Experience working with young children in a teaching and learning situation (may include student teaching).
  • Broad-based knowledge of child development, pedagogy and teaching strategies.
  • Interested in professional growth and contributing to a collaborative teaching environment.
  • Good verbal skills with students, colleagues and parents.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills.

Other Information

  • A criminal history and background check is required and must be successfully completed.
  • Enjoy and appreciate the physical activity associated with interactive learning.
  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.
  • Work primarily in a traditional climate-controlled classroom environment.
  • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

Director of Enrollment Management Saint Louis Priory School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Saint Louis Priory School seeks a highly motivated and strategic leader for our Director of Enrollment Management position. This position is open immediately; however, we are willing to wait until the new school year in order to find the right candidate. Ideal candidates would have five years of admissions office experience, preferably in a secondary school. 

Founded in 1956 by the Benedictine monks of Saint Louis Abbey, Priory is an independent Catholic school for young men in grades 7 through 12. We provide a college preparatory and liberal arts education of the highest excellence using our unique Benedictine approach designed to develop young men in mind, body, and spirit through a rigorous balance of disciplines that challenge the whole person while cultivating a lifelong sense of community. All candidates should demonstrate a desire to be involved in the entire community and must support the Catholic mission of our school.

To apply for this position, you will need to email careers@priory.org and include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

The full job description can be found at www.priory.org/careers.

Upper School Humanities Teacher The Principia School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Jil Dannull
Phone: 314-514-3148
Email: jil.dannull@principia.edu
apply online

Title: Humanities Teacher

Department/Location: Upper School Faculty, St. Louis, MO

Position Type: Full-time, 39-week

Organizational Relationship: Reports to Upper School Principal

Summary

Principia is looking for an Upper School Humanities Teacher. In this role, you will teach close reading, critical thinking, global citizenship, media literacy, and problem solving in accordance with the school’s curriculum.

Who We Are

At our award-winning pre-K–12 school in St. Louis, Missouri, and top-ranked Principia College in Elsah, Illinois, Principia faculty and staff make up a close-knit community of educators, coaches, and professionals taking a distinct approach to education—blending academic excellence with Christian Science-based character education. Principia’s team of over 500 employees supports not only Principia School and Principia College, but also a worldwide network of Alumni & Friends.

At Principia School, our core value is LOVE. Love and its attributes underpin our foundational beliefs as well as our educational approach. We focus on developing the whole child—intellectually, physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually, preparing students for the next steps in life. We foster a challenging yet supportive environment where character unfolds naturally, and talent is cultivated through boundless opportunities. Character education plays an essential role in every aspect of the student experience, and classroom work is augmented by character trips, leadership development, and real-world, hands-on, project-based learning.

Principia employees are part of an engaging academic community preparing students to be tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and changemakers. We strive to create a collaborative and inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Strong background knowledge and experience in teaching literature and writing skills
  • Experience designing interdisciplinary learning and building  industry/community partnerships
  • Plans effective lessons that engage student interest and foster transfer
  • Helps students develop a strong appreciation for critical thinking and communication skills
  • Employs a range of assessment strategies and gives timely feedback to promote student growth
  • Displays a strong interest and love for working with high school students
  • Differentiates to meet educational needs of a wide range of students, helping them all feel successful and reach their unlimited potential
  • Pursues professional development and looks to apply best educational practices in the classroom; becomes part of a professional learning community where teachers are continually improving teaching and learning
  • Communicates well and works effectively with colleagues, parents, houseparents, and administrators
  • Purposefully incorporates a range of technology into instructional strategies
  • Is willing to travel with students for experiential education opportunities
  • Serves in role of crew leader, supporting a small group of students academically and socially

 Core Competencies

  • Positivity:  Optimistic, positive, and focused on elevating and bringing out the very best in themselves and others. Faculty and staff are invited to understand teammates’ strengths and how they can complement each other.
  • Team players:  Ability to collaborate and partner with peers and senior leaders is critical, with an ability to listen, give and receive feedback, and be comfortable exchanging ideas and speaking candidly in a professional and collegial manner
  • Innovators: Presents a problem-solving mindset that helps our team come up with creative solutions to challenging issues, with a mentality of self-improvement and organizational excellence
  • Strategic thinkers:  Ability to consider complex topics from multiple perspectives and offer innovative solutions.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Student of Christian Science; if not, then values-aligned  
  • Supportive of Principia’s mission, vision, and values as articulated here https://www.principia.edu/about/mission
  • Bachelor’s degree in English or Humanities 
  • Teaching certification preferred (required within two years of hire date)
  • Documented teaching experience with high school students

The statements above describe the general nature and level of work but are not a complete list of responsibilities and are subject to change at the discretion of Principia.

Equal Opportunity

Principia, a mission-driven institution, believes every person has the right to an equitable and respectful educational environment and workplace. Principia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), sexual orientation, family status, disability, age, or military or veteran status.

In hiring, admissions, and related decisions, Principia—as an institution with a religious mission—gives preference, where appropriate, to Christian Scientists.

Middle School Integrated Studies (Social Studies) Teacher The Principia School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Jil Dannull
Phone: 314-514-3148
Email: jil.dannull@principia.edu
apply online

Title: Middle School Social Studies/Integrated Studies Teacher                   

Department/Location: Middle School Faculty, St. Louis, MO

Position Type: Full-time, school year position

Organizational Relationships: Reports to Middle School Principal, 6th – 8th Grade

Summary

Principia is looking for a Middle School Social Studies/Integrated Studies Teacher. In this role, you will teach Social Studies for sixth, seventh and eighth graders through the Integrated Studies program; use a variety of teaching methods to meet students’ needs; and mentor students as their teacher and character educator.

 Who We Are

At our award-winning pre-K–12 school in St. Louis, Missouri, and top-ranked Principia College in Elsah, Illinois, Principia faculty and staff make up a close-knit community of educators, coaches, and professionals taking a distinct approach to education—blending academic excellence with Christian Science-based character education. Principia’s team of over 500 employees supports not only Principia School and Principia College, but also a worldwide network of Alumni & Friends. 

At Principia School, our core value is LOVE. Love and its attributes underpin our foundational beliefs as well as our educational approach. We focus on developing the whole child—intellectually, physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually, preparing students for the next steps in life. We foster a challenging yet supportive environment where character unfolds naturally, and talent is cultivated through boundless opportunities. Character education plays an essential role in every aspect of the student experience, and classroom work is augmented by character trips, leadership development, and real-world, hands-on, project-based learning.

Principia employees are part of an engaging academic community preparing students to be tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and changemakers. We strive to create a collaborative and inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Display a strong interest and love for working with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.
  • Plan lessons that invoke student interest and ownership.
  • Incorporate real-life situations where appropriate, and demonstrate an awareness of the needs of the future-ready learner.
  • Model an enthusiasm, love for and expertise in the five themes/strands of Social Studies: History, Geography, Economics, Culture, Government.
  • Center teaching around and links all units to current events.
  • Demonstrate a desire to challenge the status quo of traditional history teaching - offers an unbiased and multi-faceted thinking approach to concepts in the Social Studies curriculum.
  • Effectively integrate future-ready skills into the classroom helping students develop strong critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, creativity, research and communication skills.
  • Able to work with a wide range of students – differentiate for multiple levels within each class (mixed-ability classrooms).
  • Member of the Integrated Studies team (which will involve planning and team teaching weekly).
  • Pursue professional development and apply best educational practices in the classroom; become part of a professional learning community where teachers are continually improving teaching and learning.
  • Collaborate effectively with colleagues, coaches, parents, houseparents & administrators.
  • Support mutual curricular/instructional goals with the Lower and Upper School Social Studies teachers.
  • Monitor and support student progress by using different forms of assessment i.e. rubrics and a proficiency scale.
  • Develop experiential opportunities to deepen understanding.
  • Integrate technology where appropriate.
  • Meet and communicate with students and parents regarding student growth in Social Studies skills.
  • Participate in weekly faculty meetings about student growth in academics and character.
  • Assess students in their approaches to learning.
  • Communicate with the Learning Engagement Center about students and push-in/support services.
  • Actively participate in various committee meetings, faculty and parent meetings, and professional development.
  • Support Middle School activities by chaperoning social events and trips.
  • Participate in yearly goal-setting and frequent one-on-one meetings with supervisor.
  • Reflect on teaching and learning regularly and improve practice.
  • Complete the required portfolio, including walkthroughs, school visits, reflections, and goal-setting.
  • Attend conferences with the intention of improving own practice, as well as initiatives for the Middle School.
  • Participate in and contribute to weekly and yearly professional development sessions.
  • Engage in professional learning experiences that support school initiatives.

 Core Competencies

  • Positivity:  Optimistic, positive, and focused on elevating and bringing out the very best in themselves and others. Faculty and staff are invited to understand teammates’ strengths and how they can complement each other.
  • Team players:  Ability to collaborate and partner with peers and senior leaders is critical, with an ability to listen, give and receive feedback, and be comfortable exchanging ideas and speaking candidly in a professional and collegial manner
  • Strategic thinkers:  Ability to consider complex topics from multiple perspectives and offer innovative solutions.
  • Innovative: Presents a problem-solving mindset that helps our team come up with creative solutions to challenging issues, with a mentality of self-improvement and organizational excellence; meets challenges with resourcefulness; generates suggestions for improving work; develops innovative approaches and ideas
  • Communication: Communicates well (written and verbal), delivers compelling presentations, has strong listening skills, passion and drive, and both intellectual and emotional intelligence
  • Planning and Organizing: Prioritizes and plans work activities; uses time efficiently; manages multiple projects and tasks simultaneously

 Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Student of Christian Science; if not, then values-aligned
  • Supportive of Principia’s mission, vision, and values as articulated here https://www.principia.edu/about/mission
  • Teaching certification preferred (required within two years of hire date).
  • Bachelor’s degree required in Education, History or related field; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Ability to teach Social Studies, including US Government, American History, Geography, and parallel World History events.
  • Relevant teaching experience with middle school students.

The statements above describe the general nature and level of work but are not a complete list of responsibilities and are subject to change at the discretion of Principia.

Equal Opportunity

Principia, a mission-driven institution, believes every person has the right to an equitable and respectful educational environment and workplace. Principia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), sexual orientation, family status, disability, age, or military or veteran status.

In hiring, admissions, and related decisions, Principia—as an institution with a religious mission—gives preference, where appropriate, to Christian Scientists.

Administrative Chair The Waldorf School of St. Louis

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Theresa Dobson
Phone: 314-962-2129
Email: businesscoordinator@waldorfstl.org
apply online

Our Administrative Chair coordinates and manages administrative support of and communication between the different governing bodies and committees of The Waldorf School of St. Louis. The Administrative Chair is the “point person” for the Administrative Team with keeping the school vision and mission at the forefront of decision making. The Administrative Chair supports the long-term and strategic goals of the Board of Trustees and Full Time Faculty, providing necessary research, consideration, recommendations, and communication of those goals to the various school stakeholders. This role works closely with Faculty Leadership when concerns arise about pedagogy, students, parents, or instructional personnel. The Administrative Chair also works closely with the Board of Trustees and its mandated committees in overseeing the financial and legal wellbeing of the school. As a school leader, the Administrative Chair serves as a primary advocate for, and embodiment of, school values and culture.

The Waldorf School of St. Louis is an AWSNA associate school with students in Pre-K through Grade 8, founded in 1993 and actively working toward full accreditation. Our community features an active parent body, committed Board, strong Administration, and collaborative Faculty. We are located in the Webster Groves community, just west of downtown St. Louis.

We welcome you to visit us and see our students in action. At The Waldorf School of St. Louis, we rethink what is possible in education. 

 

For a full job description or to apply, email the following to employment@waldorfstl.org:

  • Cover Letter with a short autobiographical statement

  • Resume or summary of your applicable knowledge/experience

  • References

We offer:

  • Small class sizes and engaged, curious students

  • 5% Health Insurance reimbursement for full time employees

  • Training funds (up to 50% reimbursement) for professional development

  • Collaborative faculty and staff who make decisions by consensus

  • A campus in the heart of Historic North Webster with access to parks, and outdoor spaces that are integral to our students’ school day and overall educational experience through outdoor playtime, experiential learning, kinesthetic learning, and curiosity about the world beyond the classroom walls

  • Tuition discounts for children of employees, up to 100% for FT employees

  • Mentoring programs and strong, supportive, collegial relationships

Substitute Position The Waldorf School of St. Louis

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Kelly Marren
Phone: (314) 962-2129
Email: employment@waldorfstl.org
apply online

Come and work at an amazing school with talented students and teachers! Gain valuable classroom experience while supporting this wonderful community

  • Ability to communicate effectively and compassionately both verbally and in writing

  • Ability to uphold school policies and protocols, and to maintain confidentiality when needed

  • Demonstrated time-management and organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to balance multiple, diverse projects simultaneously

  • A passion for education and experience with or interest in learning more about Waldorf Education, and Waldorf governance and finance practices

  • Ability and desire to work collaboratively with others and work in ways that embody WSSL’s values of diversity, collaboration, respect, spiritual connection, and striving

  • A desire to improve oneself through professional development

IT Support Specialist Saint Louis Priory School

Education
2 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact

Saint Louis Priory School seeks a professional and independent IT Support Specialist for the 2023-2024 school year. Ideal candidates would have demonstrated field experience providing end-user technical support, preferably in a school.

Founded in 1956 by the Benedictine monks of Saint Louis Abbey, Priory is an independent Catholic school for young men in grades 7 through 12. We provide a college preparatory and liberal arts education of the highest excellence using our unique Benedictine approach designed to develop young men in mind, body, and spirit through a rigorous balance of disciplines that challenge the whole person while cultivating a lifelong sense of community. All candidates should demonstrate a desire to be involved in the entire community and must support the Catholic mission of our school.

To apply for this position, you will need to email careers@priory.org and include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references.

The full job description can be found at www.priory.org/careers

Resident Assistant Thomas Jefferson School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Christa Cunningham
Phone: 314-843-4151
Email: ccunningham@tjs.org

Thomas Jefferson School (TJ) seeks a Resident Assistant to live on campus and care for students, primarily during evenings and weekends. In exchange, Resident Assistants will be provided with room and board and a stipend (amount depending on start date). The ideal candidate must be at least 21 years of age and, preferably, a graduate student or young professional. An interest in working with adolescents and being part of a residential team is essential. The position is available for immediate start or to begin in August 2024.

TJ is a non-sectarian, co-educational boarding-and-day school for high-ability students in grades 7–12. Our college-preparatory program serves 85 students, about half of whom live on campus. TJ is located in Sunset Hills, a southwestern suburb of St. Louis, MO, approximately 20 minutes’ drive to the city.

Responsibilities

  • Residence will be required through the beginning of June. 

    • Students move out on June 1, 2024. For RAs not employed for the 2025–2026 year, the final move-out date will be June 30, 2025.

  • RAs supervise the students and oversee the campus through participation in a system of duty and on-call shifts throughout the year: 

    • 25 duty shifts (nights/weekends) during the academic year (36 weeks.) One duty shift lasts approximately five hours and entails: 

      • providing supervision and care for our boarding students by circulating through the dorms and around campus to touch base with students

      • being available to answer questions and handle emergencies 

      • enforcing school rules and policies

      • keeping track of student sign-outs using the Orah app

    • 9 on-call shifts (approximately): One on-call shift is 6 hours (Fridays) or 12 hours (Saturdays, Sundays, holidays) and entails:

      • being within a 10-minute radius of campus to provide support to the duty teacher in the event of an emergency

      • taking students to urgent care or hospital when needed

    • Late-night duty: participation in a rotation of approximately one week out of every six weeks

      • checking bedtimes (one to three times, depending on need, Sunday–Thursday, between 11:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m.)

      • providing overnight on-call coverage for the campus 8:00 p.m.–7:00 a.m. 

  • Organize and chaperone special events and trips as needed 

  • Be available to students in their assigned dorm (“House”) 

  • Attend scheduled quarterly Residential Life meetings

  • Perform other duties as assigned by Head of School or Director of Residential Life

Benefits Provided 

  • Private room and bathroom in one of the TJ dormitories (depending on the assignment, some units have kitchenette and laundry)

  • RA may live on campus during school breaks 

  • Meals served in the dining hall when school is in session

  • Access to workout room, gym, tennis courts and laundry facilities

  • Two free tickets to required community events or events attended as a chaperone (one ticket to events chaperoned at the Fox Theatre)

  • CPR and first-aid training 

Requirements

  • U.S. work permit (for international applicants only)

  • Personal references

  • Criminal background check

A car is not required for the job but is optimal for transportation around St. Louis. If the candidate is employed outside the school and/or is pursuing a graduate degree, then the school can be somewhat flexible about the hours/days of the RA’s responsibilities at TJ.

Educational Technology Help Desk Technician The Principia School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Jil Dannull
Phone: 314-514-3148
Email: jil.dannull@principia.edu
apply online

Title:  Educational Technology Help Desk Technician

Department/Location: Educational Technology, St. Louis, MO

Position Type: Full Time, 12 month

Summary   

As the EdTech Help Desk Technician, you are the first point of contact for Students, Faculty, and School Staff. You play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth functioning of various aspects of the school’s technology infrastructure and EdTech office operations. Your responsibilities will span technical support, office management, and system administration, making you a crucial point of contact for addressing technical support issues, maintaining an efficient office environment, and supporting the department’s technology systems.

Who We Are 

At our award-winning pre-K–12 school in St. Louis, Missouri, and top-ranked Principia College in Elsah, Illinois, Principia faculty and staff make up a close-knit community of educators, coaches, and professionals taking a distinct approach to education—blending academic excellence with Christian Science-based character education. Principia’s team of over 500 employees supports not only Principia School and Principia College, but also a worldwide network of Alumni & Friends. 

At Principia School, our core value is LOVE. Love and its attributes underpin our foundational beliefs as well as our educational approach. We focus on developing the whole child—intellectually, physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually, preparing students for the next steps in life. We foster a challenging yet supportive environment where character unfolds naturally, and talent is cultivated through boundless opportunities. Character education plays an essential role in every aspect of the student experience, and classroom work is augmented by character trips, leadership development, and real-world, hands-on, project-based learning.

Principia employees are part of an engaging academic community preparing students to be tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and changemakers. We strive to create a collaborative and inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued.

Primary Responsibilities  

  • Provide prompt and effective technical support to Students, Faculty, and School Staff, addressing hardware, software, and network issues
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot technical problems through various communication channels, ensuring timely resolutions
  • Install, configure, and update software applications and operating systems on user devices
  • Help to facilitate the preparation, distribution, and collection of student devices at the beginning and ending of each school year
  • Collaborate with IT teams to escalate and resolve complex technical challenges
  • Assist in maintaining IT inventory and assets, ensuring proper documentation and organization
  • Uphold a customer-centric approach and deliver exceptional user experiences
  • Install, configure, and update operating systems and software using JAMF Remote Management
  • Collaborate with EdTech Coordinators on technology projects and new solution implementations
  • Basic support of A/V equipment and systems
  • Stay informed about industry trends and best practices to drive continuous improvement

 Core Competencies

  • Team players:  Ability to collaborate and partner with peers and senior leaders is critical, with an ability to listen, give and receive feedback, and be comfortable exchanging ideas and speaking candidly in a professional and collegial manner
  • Proactive: Ability to self-start
  • Customer Service: Responds promptly and professionally to customer needs
  • Dependability: Works within deadlines and under occasional heavy workloads
  • Planning and Organizing: Prioritizes and plans work activities; uses time efficiently; manages multiple projects/tasks simultaneously
  • Quality: Demonstrates attention to detail, accuracy, and thoroughness

Minimum Qualifications

  • Student of Christian Science; if not, then values-aligned.
  • Bachelor's degree in information technology or 3-5 years of experience in related field
  • Proficiency in MacOS, iOS, TVOS, JAMF Remote Management, and Windows
  • Proven experience in technical support, office management, and system administration roles
  • Experience troubleshooting and strong knowledge of hardware, software, operating systems, and networking protocols
  • Experience developing scripts for computer management is a plus
  • Relevant certifications in IT support system administration are a plus
  • Excellent organizational, multitasking, and problem-solving skills
  • Effective communication and interpersonal abilities
  • Adaptability to evolving technologies and dynamic work environments
  • Supportive of Principia’s mission, vision, and values as articulated here https://www.principia.edu/about/mission

The statements above describe the general nature and level of work but are not a complete list of responsibilities and are subject to change at the discretion of Principia. 

Equal Opportunity

Principia, a mission-driven institution, believes every person has the right to an equitable and respectful educational environment and workplace. Principia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), sexual orientation, family status, disability, age or military or veteran status.

In hiring, admissions, and related decisions, Principia - as an institution with a religious mission - gives preference, where appropriate, to Christian Scientists.

Special Education Teacher Academy of St. Louis

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Colleen Cantareira
Phone: 6365345099
Email: colleen@acadstl.org

A private, Catholic school, serving students with learning disabilities grades K-12th grade, seeks highly qualified, self-motivated, student-centered, special education teacher to join its professional learning community. 6:1 student to teacher ratio with paraprofessional classroom support.

Job Summary:

The successful team member will have an in-depth understanding of the teaching and learning process needed to support students with autism and learning disabilities. Also, familiar with ABA therapies and trauma informed behavior model.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor Degree (master’s preferred) in special education (social/emotional disabilities) with a valid Missouri Teaching Certificate with certification for teaching Special Education.
  • Two-year minimum teaching experience as a lead teacher within a special education classroom and a strong working knowledge of the Catholic Faith.
  • He or she must be a compassionate, positive educator, challenging and aiding students in meeting their annual academic, social, and emotional goals.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others is 

School Counselor/Therapist Academy of St. Louis

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Colleen Cantareira
Phone: 636-534-5099
Email: colleen@acadstl.org

The School Counselor will uphold the mission of the Academy of St. Louis through direct and indirect services to students. The Counselor will coordinate with the administration, teachers, parents and constituents to support student social-emotional, psychological, adaptive skill, and academic progress.

Essential Functions:

  • Deliver a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate program of support to students focused on developing personal and social responsibility that promotes
  • confidence, self-advocacy, regulation, and independence.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the mission of the Academy of St. Louis.
  • Collect, interpret, and synthesize information about a student's social history, community environment, family dynamics, economic differences, and significant crises that influence academic and behavioral functioning.
  • Work cooperatively as an interdisciplinary team member to devise appropriate plans for students and their families.
  • Support students in (emotional) crisis with the goal being able to re-enter the learning space.
  • Connect with students and respond to their changing academic, emotional and personal needs.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and time management skills.
  • Give and receive thoughtful, constructive feedback promptly and consistently.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop positive relationships through weekly meetings with students as determined by individual needs and documentation in student files. (Individual counseling sessions)
  • Small group counseling sessions as needed.
  • Teach social-skills classes/lessons to all grade levels.
  • Assist students with developing their “About Me Plan” to learn self-advocacy, personal preferences, and determination.
  • Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.
  • Monitor/ track data, and assists with student’s behavior with respect to individual rights and in keeping with positive behavior supports.
  • Intervene/assist with dysregulated students. (Crisis intervention)
  • Maintain ongoing data of individual student dysregulation events noting the date, time, location, precipitating cause, length of dysregulation, consequences, physical injury(s), description of aggression or verbal abuse, threats of harm to others or self, follow-up discussion with the student next day, and results.
  • Assist with Heather Forbes and Social skills training at staff meetings.
  • Participate in morning meetings each day before school, focusing on student information and the previous day's student behavior.
  • Assist with developing agenda, compile, and set up training for staff development days with input from the Executive Director/Principal.
  • Support teachers and assistants with specific teaching/behavioral strategies to guide students.
  • Assist with Accreditation as requested.
  • Assure Incident Reports are made in a timely manner and submitted to your office according to the Incident Report Form in the Staff Handbook. Follow up on all Incident Reports until the incident is completely resolved.
  • Report threats as required in the Threat Assessment Manual to the Principal – (Kept in the Principal’s office).
  • Assist staff and work with students on the development, implementation, and tracking of student IDP social-emotional and behavioral goals.
  • Create individual positive behavior support plans aligned with student IDP.
  • Assist with calm and order in the school hallways, playground, and in other areas on the school campus.
  • Monitor and report staff and volunteers for discretion about confidentiality.
  • Address all forms of discrimination according to the school's “Equal Employment Opportunity” Statement.
  • Attend CPR, AED, and Oxygen Administration Training every two years.
  • Timely reporting of Child Abuse and/or Neglect to the Division of Family Services. (See Policy A3)
  • Establishes and participates in official school ad hoc meetings and quarterly Parent/Teacher Meetings.
  • Provide and document parent communication for pertinent student events during the school day.
  • Knowledgeable of a student's diagnosis – cognitive, emotional, and medical.
  • Knowledge of possible emergency student & staff medical needs within reason – knowledge of oxygen administration, AED operation, CPR, Epi-Pen Injection, First Aid for Hypo and Hyperglycemia, and information in the Med Binder front cover.
  • Responsible for maintenance of student records as required by the state and Cognia.
  • Assist with monitoring Sensory Room – staff, supplies, and appropriateness of sensory items.
  • Assisting in classrooms, as needed.
  • Assist with the development of school-wide behavioral expectations with the direction of the Executive Director/Principal

Required Education/License/Certification(s) and Experience:

  • Minimum of Master's Degree in Counseling, School/Educational Psychology, or Master's in Social Work (MSW); preferably holds professional licensure (e.g., L.P.C., LCSW)
  • Minimum of three years of experience as a counselor required, with experience in a school setting preferred particularly with special education students.
  • Ability to monitor student progress through data.
  • Broad base of knowledge in the areas(s) of child/adolescent development and social emotional needs.
  • Demonstrates a passion and ability in supporting students while maintaining appropriate levels of confidentiality.

Teacher Assistant / Paraprofessional Academy of St. Louis

Education
2 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Colleen Cantareira
Phone: 3144207198
Email: colleen@acadstl.org

Special Education Teacher Assistant / Behavior Technician assists in the overall assistance of students in the classroom and those needing behavioral support in the form of escort and prevention of self-injury.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

1. Become familiar with the teaching procedures used by the Teacher, his/her schedule of activities, the continuity of academic progression, and the materials and equipment available.

2. Works with individual students or small groups to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher.

3. Assists the teacher in devising strategies for reinforcing materials or skills based on an understanding of individual students, their needs, interests, and abilities.

4. Guides independent study, enrichment work, and remedial work set up and assigned by the teachers.

5. Provides escort and assistance to students as necessary throughout various school and community settings.

6. Checks students’ work, corrects papers, and supervises testing and make-up work as assigned by the teacher.

7. Assists with large group activities such as reading, science, history, lunch and break times.

8. Assists the teacher in maintaining work and preparing work and study areas, equipment, materials and facilities.

9. Assists the student(s) assigned to him/her in such physical tasks, if necessary, as putting on and taking off outerwear, moving from room to room, using the lavatory, transitioning, etc.

10. Operates teaching aids, i.e., computers, iPads, Smart Boards, etc.

11. Substitutes for teach when needed.

12. Alerts the teacher or administration to any problem or special information about an individual student.

13. Supervises and engages with students during break periods.

14. Assists with clerical responsibilities of the teacher or administration, before and after school, preferably not during school hours.

15. Participate in workshops, in-service training, and team meetings.

16. Assists teachers in dealing with students who have challenging behaviors.

17. Assists the teacher in maintaining an environment conducive to learning.

18. Observe, record, and follow the management plan established by the teacher.

19. Assists and manages students in the classroom, cafeteria, at breaks, and all related activities as directed by policy.

20. Assists in preparing teaching materials during the school day as directed by the teacher.

21. Within the classroom setting, the assistant reports to the teacher in matters involving the students’ programs and related activities.

22. Become educated and be able to implement the Heather Forbes methodology of behavior management.

23. Understands and can use Google Drive, Mail, and Calendar.

Qualifications:

Education and/or experience

Sixty hours of college credit is preferable. Experience working with children is required.

Essential Functions

(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the following essential functions satisfactorily. The requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

Language Skills

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and policy and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to communicate effectively.

Mathematical Skills

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, decimals and percentages.

Reasoning Ability

Ability to problem-solve and apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and/or oral or diagram form.

Physical Demands

While performing the duties and responsibilities of this job, the person is regularly required to talk and hear, stand, move and walk at a brisk pace, sit, and use hands and arms to handle, feel, and reach. The ability to accompany students anywhere on the school premises. The person is occasionally required to stoop or kneel and lift and move up to 50 pounds. Regular attendance on the job is expected and necessary. Additionally, the person must be physically able to react and intervene quickly during crises, such as but not limited to the following circumstances: student elopement, physical altercations involving students, or any situation that requires physical intervention to maintain student safety.

Substitute Teachers New City School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Katie Parks
Email: kparks@newcityschool.org

New City School, a leading, progressive independent school for students ages three through grade six and located in the Central West End of St. Louis, is seeking candidates interested in serving as substitute teachers.

 Position Overview

New City School seeks creative and nurturing substitute teachers who can instruct and lead student learning in the absence of a regular teacher and in accordance with the goals, directives and curriculum of New City School. This position is ideal for retired teachers and those just beginning their career in teaching who wish to gain more classroom experience with children in an elementary school setting. Opportunities for substitute teaching are available in a range of grades and disciplines.

Responsibilities

  • Provide meaningful instruction to students in assigned classrooms while regular teacher is absent
  • Review and implement regular teacher's routines, procedures, lesson plans, and curriculum objectives
  • Establish and maintain a safe and orderly classroom environment
  • Perform other duties as directed by school administration

To Apply:

Please send a letter of interest, resume and list of two references in one PDF to Katie Parks, New City School Administrative Assistant at kparks@newcityschool.org. Please indicate “Substitute Teacher” in the subject line. 

New City School is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who reflect such diversity. 

 

Extended Care Staff The St. Michael School of Clayton

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Lori Timmons
Email: ltimmons@stmichaelschool.org

The St. Michael School of Clayton is looking for fun individuals who love kids to join our extended care team!

The job includes:

  •  Running activities for kids of various ages.

  • Creating and maintaining a safe environment. 

  • Assisting students with homework.

  • Interacting with parents

The hours run before and after regularly scheduled school. 

Before Care: 7:15 am - 8am

Aftercare: 3:30pm - 6pm

If you are interested please contact Lori Timmons at ltimmons@stmichaelschool.org

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