Careers

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Math Department Chair - Grades JK-12
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-17
Substitute Teachers
New City School
4 Year Degree, Temp/Contract, Entry Level
Posted: 2020-01-16
Middle School Counselor
MICDS
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-16
Villa Duchesne Principal
Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-15
Dean of Students Grade 7-12
Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-15
Lower School Art Teacher
Visitation Academy
Masters, Part Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-13
Lower School Physical Education Teacher
Visitation Academy
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-13
Choir Director
The Principia School
Masters, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2020-01-10
Spanish Substitute Teacher
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2020-01-09
Early Elementary Division Head, (3/4s – Grade 2)
New City School
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-08
Teaching Fellows
John Burroughs School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Internship
Posted: 2020-01-08
Infant Room Teacher
The St. Michael School of Clayton
Not Specified, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2020-01-06
Interim Lower/Middle School Nurse
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2020-01-06
Director of Finance and Operations
Ursuline Academy
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-27
Associate Director of Academics
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-20
Lower School Science Teacher
MICDS
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-20
Science and Math Teacher
Thomas Jefferson School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-20
English Faculty
Whitfield School
Masters, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-13
Director of High School Athletics
Saint Louis Priory School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-11
Early Childhood Classroom Teacher (Two Year Old Program)
Forsyth School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-06
Head of Institutional Advancement
Westminster Christian Academy
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-05
Head of Enrollment
Westminster Christian Academy
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-12-02
Substitute Teacher Miriam Academy
Miriam School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-11-26
Track Coach
The Fulton School at St. Albans
Not Specified, Temp/Contract, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-11-19
Elementary Classroom Teacher
The Academy at DaySpring
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-11-15
Middle School and High School Teacher
The Academy at DaySpring
4 Year Degree, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-10-27
Aftercare Assistant
Rohan Woods School
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-10-07
Long-Term Substitute Teacher — Science — Grades 6 and 8
Visitation Academy
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-09-26
Before Care / After Care Worker
Central Christian School
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-09-11
Head of School
Central Christian School
4 Year Degree, Full Time, Experienced
Posted: 2019-09-11
Substitute Teachers
Whitfield School
4 Year Degree, Temp/Contract, Experienced
Posted: 2019-08-13
Youth Program Assistants
MICDS
Not Specified, Part Time, Entry Level
Posted: 2019-07-23

Math Department Chair - Grades JK-12 MICDS

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Mary Russell
Phone: 314-995-7417
Email: mrussell@micds.org
apply online

Position Start Date:  2020-2021 school year

Job Summary

Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS) seeks to hire an energetic and visionary educator to lead the JK-12 Math Department and ensure that all of our students are inspired to study, comprehend and love mathematics through the course of their years at our school. The JK-12 Math Department Chair serves as the instructional leader for the Math Department, which is comprised of 15-20 members in the Middle School and Upper School plus homeroom teachers in grades JK-4. The Department Chair role requires a deep understanding of curriculum, technology integration, best-practice pedagogy, and child and adolescent development.  The Chair is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the Department, which demands superior organizational and workflow management skills as well as infectious enthusiasm.  The JK-12 Department Chairs report directly to the Assistant Head of School, collaborate with the Division Heads and the Coordinator for Pedagogical Innovation, and work in close conjunction with the Lower School Curriculum Coordinators to support student learning in that division.

 

Essential Functions

The JK-12 Department Chair:

  • Builds strong relationships with students, faculty, and parents so that there is shared understanding of and commitment to the forward momentum of the Math Department and MICDS overall;
  • Helps establish the vision for the Department while responding to emerging best practices and research;
  • Manages a reduced teaching load in order to serve as a master and mentor teacher for all grade levels;
  • Supervises, manages and oversees the development of the Department’s teachers;
  • Assists the Division Head with the recruitment and selection of new faculty;
  • Assists the Division Head with teacher evaluation and professional development;
  • Serves as a member of the All-School Academic Leadership Team and as a member of the academic committees in all three MICDS divisions;
  • Oversees curriculum development, mapping and alignment;
  • Coordinates best practices for research and technology;
  • Oversees textbook and teaching material selection and recommends library books, materials and other learning media acquisitions;
  • Conducts regular staff meetings to ensure the communication of information that impacts Department members and students;
  • Serves as a mentor to faculty in matters of classroom management, teaching methods and school procedures;
  • Provides academic guidance to and placement for students;
  • Complies with all of the essential functions, job requirements, qualifications and duties of MICDS math teachers.

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

Job Requirements and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with significant coursework in mathematics. A master’s degree is preferred but not required
  • Minimum of five years of teaching experience
  • Experience working in a one-to-one laptop environment or equivalent experience with instructional technologies
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated leadership and facilitation skills
  • Experience working and learning with children and adults

Substitute Teachers New City School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Amber Odom
Email: aodom@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 during the school year.

New City School Mission

New City School develops each child’s individual strengths through an integrated Multiple Intelligences curriculum. We prepare children, age three through grade six, to be confident, joyful learners who are successful academically, knowledgeable about themselves and others, and who value diversity.

Position Overview

New City School is seeking caring and organized individuals interested in substitute teaching. Experience in the classroom with children is necessary, as is flexibility. Substitute teachers are expected to follow substitute plans left by the classroom teacher.

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:

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Amber Odom at aodom@newcityschool.org

Please indicate "substitute teacher" in the subject line

 

Middle School Counselor MICDS

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Position Start Date:  2020-2021 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 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

The Middle School Counselor advances/upholds the MICDS mission through direct and indirect services to students in order to prepare them to think critically, act responsibly, and live virtuously and compassionately.  The Middle School Counselor coordinates with the Middle School Student Support Committee, Lower and Upper School Counselors and other Student Support Services team members in supporting student social-emotional, psychological, and academic success.  The Middle School Counselor should be innovative and open-minded with a strong background in supporting pre-adolescents and adolescents in partnership with parents, teachers, administrators, and others. The school counselor should be able to successfully maintain an independent workload while collaborating with the Head of Middle School, Deans of Students, Student Services team, faculty/staff, and parents. This person reports to the Director of Student Support Services. 

Essential Functions

Deliver a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate program of direct and indirect support focused on the mindsets and behaviors all students need for academic, social, and emotional success.

  • Provide direct support through brief, solution-focused school counseling to students in an individual and/or group settings (immediate social-emotional support for students).
  • Create and assist deans with internal and external programming for small groups, classes of students, or grade levels on character education skills and social emotional learning with a focus on developing adolescent growth toward becoming self-aware, self-regulated, strategic learners. These programs should include but not be limited to alcohol and drug awareness, puberty, technology, and other developmental issues.
  • Work with the Director of Student Services along with the Student Services Team in reviewing school and student data as well as policies and procedures to identify and address issues of continuity and coherence of social/emotional growth within and across the three divisions of the school.
  • Maintain both a formal and working knowledge of a broad range of current theoretical models of learning as well as counseling theory and techniques.  Support and guide teachers utilizing classroom-based research intended to enhance student academic social-emotional learning.   Recognize the close link between cognitive and social/emotional development and stay abreast of information in this domain.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and ongoing professional development in the area of child and adolescent development (e.g. continued education, workshops, etc). 
  • Serve as a member of the school crisis team, when necessary.

 

Collaborate and consult with faculty, administrators, families, and other community members to provide a positive environment for student academic and social-emotional success. Provide training within our community to support this work.

  • Support and educate individual teachers, Middle School committees, Deans, and Division Head in identifying and addressing the social-emotional needs of each student—including the development and use of support plans for students with documented social, psychological, and/or emotional needs.
  • Maintain updated knowledge and training regarding mandated reporter laws and responsibilities within the State of Missouri.
  • Establish and maintain a personal working relationship with various outside professionals (e.g., mental health, medical) for referral, consultation, and collaboration. 
  • Work with the Middle School Student Support Committee (Deans, Learning Specialist, Lower/Middle School Nurse, and Division Head) to deepen and refine faculty understanding of the relationship between academic success and social-emotional well-being.  Train faculty in best practices on the most developmentally appropriate ways to ensure social-emotional growth that promotes academic success. 
  • Collaborate regularly with the Lower/Middle School Nurse and Middle School Learning Specialist as a member of the Middle School Student Services Team.
  • Meet with parents in individual and group settings to gather information and to guide/explain/interpret a variety of information to help them better understand their student’s strengths and weaknesses in social-emotional growth.  Provide parent-friendly literature and programming to guide and enhance their thoughts/knowledge about their own student’s development.
  • Collaborate with the advisors, athletic department, and other departments or groups, as needed. 
  • Actively work with the Parent Education Committee in an advisory and supportive capacity to plan community outreach opportunities and parent discussions.
  • Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the School’s discretion.

Job Requirements

  • Demonstrated ability to apply research in the classroom, small group, and individual settings
  • Demonstrates a passion and ability in providing student support for middle school students while maintaining appropriate levels of confidentiality
  • Successful experience in school setting with expertise in counseling and effectiveness in working with others
  • Demonstrated use of strong conflict resolution and personal coaching skills with students, teachers, parents and administration.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop systems of support where needed
  • Has a broad base of knowledge in the area(s) of child/adolescent development and social emotional needs
  • Three years experience as a counselor required, with experience in a school setting preferred
  • Minimum of Master’s Degree in Counseling, School Psychology, or Educational Psychology, preferably holds professional licensure (e.g., L.P.C.)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Self-starter and problem solver

Other Information

  • A criminal history and background check is required and must be successfully completed.
  • Generally, works in standard office conditions and climate.
  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.

Villa Duchesne Principal Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
apply online

Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School are seeking a full-time, 12-month Villa Duchesne Principal, that will report to the Head of School and will work closely with faculty and staff.  The Principal is an active member of the Leadership Team of the School.  The Villa Duchesne Principal provides for the spiritual, academic, and personal development of students in grades 7-12.  With students as a central focus and through the ideals of the Sacred Heart Goals & Criteria, the Villa Duchesne principal leads, guides and directs the major functions of the division. 


Primary Responsibilities

  •  Promotes Sacred Heart Mission, Goals and Criteria
  •  Promotes a commitment to academic rigor, intellectual curiosity and lifelong love of learning
  •  Articulates the philosophy of Catholic education and the School's Sacred Heart mission to faculty, parents, students, and other members of the     school community
  • Demonstrates sensitivity and compassion toward the needs and concerns of members of the school community
  • Exercises good stewardship of school resources and promotes a sense of stewardship for school property among students
  • Participates actively in religious education and faith formation programs for students and faculty
  • Involves parents in the educational process in recognition of their role as primary educators
  • Promotes a school calendar that while preserving the primacy of academics, also provides for education of the whole child to include community celebration of liturgical seasons and feasts on campus
  • Handles situations fairly and consistently while documenting situations appropriately
  • Speaks and acts in a manner that promotes trust, acceptance, and cooperation 
  • Exercises good stewardship of school resources as reflected within the approved budget 
  • Expresses sensitivity to racial, ethnic, cultural, physical, intellectual, and gender differences
  • Ensures events are on the school-wide electronic calendar well in advance

Instructional Leadership Responsibilities:

  • Articulates an emphasis on teaching and learning as a central focus of the division 
  • Observes classroom instruction formally and informally on a regular basis and provides feedback to faculty
  • Evaluates instruction and provides teachers with appropriate commendations and recommendations for improvement in writing and verbally
  • Articulates and promotes clear expectations for curriculum development, instructional planning, selection of instructional materials, and design of methods for assessing students' learning
  • Articulates and promotes clear expectations for the use of technology 
  • Involves faculty in an on-going curriculum development process that reviews and revises curriculum based on the needs of the students, and the essential elements of academic subject areas
  • Seeks input from faculty in selection of instructional materials and equipment
  • Engages faculty in study and application of current educational research and literature regarding students' mastery of the School's stated curriculum priorities and facilitates recognition of students' accomplishments
  •  Assists faculty with interpretation of standardized test data and the use of such data in planning instruction
  •  Articulates clear expectations for addressing students' learning needs
  •  Constructs a division schedule that provides for effective utilization of instructional personnel and effective assignment of students to classes
  •  Structures and implements professional development activities that reflect current best practices for effective professional development and student   learning
  • Monitors the effectiveness of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities

Administrative Leadership Responsibilities:

  • Recruits, screens, and recommends to the Head of School personnel who make substantive contributions 
  • Collaborates for an effective orientation of new Villa Duchesne faculty and staff members 
  • Communicates clear job responsibilities and performance expectations to faculty and staff; addresses instances of unsatisfactory performance through informal and formal interventions
  • Maintains accurate, thorough, and up-to-date school records and files
  •  Provides for effective monitoring of student behavior and attendance
  • Provides for appropriate supervision of students at School and at school events
  • Develops an annual budget that reflects excellence in education within an approved budget in coordination with the Director of Finance and Operations
  •  Attends promptly and appropriately to emergency situations; produces written documentation on incidents that happen on campus
  •  Provides for on-going review and proposes revisions of school policies; provides yearly proposed updates to handbooks
  •  Develops partnerships with organizations and agencies that can assist with achievement of the School's mission especially the Sacred Heart Network of Schools

Interpersonal Relationships Responsibilities:

  • Informs the Head of School of activities, circumstances, or problems that may have significant effects on individuals within the school community or on the community as a whole 
  • Publishes pertinent information from the division to faculty, parents, and students in a timely and effective manner in collaboration with Director of Marketing and Communication
  • Interacts with students in a professional manner that maintains appropriate boundaries; treats students in a manner that respects their individuality and promotes their personal growth and well-being
  • Interacts with parents in a professional manner; initiates and invites communication with parents about their student's education and performance
  • Gives serious consideration to and takes appropriate action on parents' concerns and suggestions
  • Plans and holds effective faculty meetings

Professional Responsibility Responsibilities:

  • Observes established timelines for completion of tasks and duties 
  • Updates one's knowledge of the teaching/learning process, child and adolescent development, emerging technologies, and the general field of education, and incorporates new knowledge into one's practice in an on-going manner
  • Participates actively in professional associations
  • Participates actively in the recruitment and retention of students to Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School by attending open houses and serving as a positive ambassador for our School
  • Fully supports our mission-driven and fund-raising and friend raising, and friend-raising activities when building culture of philanthropy 
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Head of School 
  • Supports the School and its leadership, including mentoring new and returning colleagues
  • Satisfactory background check and completion of Protecting God’s Children program and First Aid and CPR training
     
Qualifications

This position requires a conferred graduate degree and a minimum of five years of progressive school leadership and teaching experience required. 

The individual must possess:

  • A creative educational vision for the middle and high school programs
  • Outstanding interpersonal, administrative and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills with the ability to articulate ideas clearly, both verbally and in writing
  • Service-oriented problem-solver who is able to successfully work with diverse individuals in an educational environment
  • The ability to work in a setting where faculty collaboration and community involvement is the norm 

Dean of Students Grade 7-12 Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School

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

Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School are seeking a Dean of Students  (Grade 7-12) candidate.  This position is a full time, 10 month exempt position and reports to the Principal of Villa Duchesne.  The role of the Dean of Students is to provide leadership and direction for students in grades 7-12 in non-academic activities. The Dean of Students is responsible for planning and carrying out programs, policies, co-curricular activities and discipline. All of these while implementing and integrating the spirit and goals of Sacred Heart education and which foster the development of self-discipline, responsible decision making, independence, and concern for others. The Dean of Students works with parents, faculty, and students throughout the day to assure proper records of attendance, dismissal, and discipline are documented using Senior Systems.
 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Work to support full integration of Goal IV: Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to the building of community as a Christian value and its criteria.
  • Demonstrate the  best and most effective practices for the education of young women. 
  • Counsel, discipline, and support students in connection with school policies and procedures.
  • Consult and participate as requested in parent/student and counselor/teacher meetings.
  • Meet regularly with the Villa Duchesne Principal to discuss matters pertaining to Grades 7-12.
  • Safety coordinator-emergency preparedness, procedures and drills. 
  • Administer the student activities' and clubs and graduation budgets while maintaining expenses that are aligned to enrollment.
  • Administer advisory/house system.
  • Ensure effective welcome and integration of new students. 
  • Support student leadership and morning assembly. 

Details:

  • Coordinate all non-academic student activities including assemblies, guest speakers, and social events.
  • Serve as moderator for Student Council and work with all aspects of Student Council.
    • Organize and facilitate student council elections
    • Facilitate class meetings in collaboration with class moderators
    • Assist student council in the organization of:
      • First day of school activities
      • Houses/Families
      • Phily Week in conjunction with the Service Learning Coordinator
      • Conge
  • Coordinate all club activities and work with moderators.
  • Track attendance throughout the day, especially at the beginning of the day.
  • Record discipline warnings and detentions in Dean's Office module of Senior Systems.
  • Manage detention notifications and proctor detention as needed.
  • Program and monitor bells.
  • Answer phone calls throughout the day from parents/teachers and get information to the appropriate person.
  • Manage the sign-in of students and visitors entering through the West Door from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm each day. 
  • Coordinate locker assignments.
  • Supervise students during lunch and break.
  • Monitor students checking in and out throughout the day
  • Update information and photos on the ground floor monitor.
  • Work with parents
    • Contact Room Parents to support student-related activities when appropriate.
    • Attend 7-12th grade parent coffees as requested. 
    • Work with parents including the budget for Maypole.

Coordinate the student activities grades 7-12:

  • Meet with school personnel to plan major events.
  • Promoting events to Marketing and Communications.
  • Communicate regularly with school faculty and staff, particularly with advisors, the counselor and regarding student activities. 
  •  Attend school functions including athletic competitions as much as possible.
  • Coordinate and plan all items and events associated with Graduation, Baccalaureate Mass (in conjunction with Campus Ministry), the Pizza Party and Ring Ceremony, including an alternate rain-day plan.
  • Develop the Orientation Day activities for incoming students.
     
Qualifications

This position requires a conferred bachelor's degree with direct experience working with students. 

This position requires extensive knowledge of:

 

  • The individual must possess the ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty, staff, and parents.
  • Demonstrate ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
  • Participate actively in the recruitment and retention of students to Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School by attending open houses and serving as a positive ambassador for our School.
  • Fully supports our mission-driven, fund-raising, and friend-raising activities when building a culture of philanthropy.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Villa Duchesne Principal and/or Head of School.
  • Support the School and its leadership, including mentoring new and returning colleagues.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills with the ability to articulate ideas clearly, both verbally and in writing.
  • Service-oriented problem-solver who is able to successfully work with diverse individuals in an educational environment.
  • Satisfactory background check and completion of Protecting God's Children program and First Aid and CPR training.

Lower School Art Teacher Visitation Academy

Education
Masters
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Email: malbert@visitationacademy.org

Visitation Academy is currently seeking an Art Teacher for Toddlers through Grade 5 beginning with the 2020-2021 school year.

Visitation’s Art Curriculum is comprehensive, covering both method and art history.  This is part time position.

Candidates must be able to support the Catholic mission of the school.  The ideal candidate will have previous art teaching experience.  A master’s degree is preferred.  Please e-mail resume, references, and salary history to malbert@visitationacademy.org.

Lower School Physical Education Teacher Visitation Academy

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Email: malbert@visitationacademy.org

Visitation Academy is currently seeking a Physical Education Teacher for Toddlers through Grade 6 beginning with the 2020-2021 school year.

Visitation’s physical education program provides a whole-child approach by developing fitness for life skills and encouraging students to adopt a healthy lifestyle.  The focus of the curriculum is to promote physical activity inside and outside of the classroom and instruct on proper exercising and eating habits.  Lower School Physical Education curriculum also includes a health class taught by the Physical Education teacher.

Candidates must be able to support the Catholic mission of the school.  The ideal candidate will have previous physical education teaching experience.  A master’s degree is preferred.  Please e-mail resume, references, and salary history to malbert@visitationacademy.org.

Choir Director The Principia School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Tessa Miller
Phone: 3145143105
Email: pers-stl@principia.edu

THE PRINCIPIA                                                                                       

St. Louis, Missouri                                                                                

Title: Visiting Professional / Choir Director

Department: Performing Arts Department-Middle and Upper School Choirs

Location: St. Louis

Organizational Relationships: Reports to each Division Head

Summary: Teaches a wide range of ages and levels in a choral music program, instilling an appreciation of music and the students’ unique musical talents. Nine-month teaching position.

Subject-Related Expectations:

  • Directs choral classroom rehearsals at both levels
  • Selects appropriate and varied repertoire to fit the vocal needs and abilities of the students, engage their interest, and deepen their understanding of and connection to the world around them
  • Assists students in selecting and preparing literature for solo/ensemble contests and honor choir auditions
  • Conducts rehearsals and performances as needed for all established programs (US Family Weekend, US Christmas, LS/MS Christmas, Bistro (Valentine’s pops/jazz concert), spring choir concert, Cum Laude, 8th Grade Celebration, Arts in Revue, & US Graduation)
  • Provides vocal direction for spring musical production
  • Coordinates instructional methods with other music program faculty, where appropriate
  • Handles paperwork and administrative details as needed including accounting, record keeping, emails, copying, and filing.
  • Oversees maintenance of uniforms and equipment including purchasing as necessary, assigning, labeling, inventorying, and keeping organized and in good repair
  • Oversees maintenance of music scores, including ordering, numbering, filing in student boxes, and collecting and inventorying music after performances
  • Incorporates technology into the program

Work-Related Expectations:

  • Establishes and maintains effective relationships with students, faculty, staff, and community.
  • Establishes and maintains a classroom culture focused on student engagement and maintaining high standards of student behavior to create an environment of respect and rapport.
  • Learns and implements strategies to develop 21st Century skills in students; places intentional emphasis on student engagement and transfer of learning.
  • Evaluates students’ academic and social growth, keeps appropriate records, prepares progress reports, and takes prompt action to address academic or behavioral needs that arise.
  • Uses the Understanding by Design framework to develop and revise lesson plans and instructional material and provides differentiated instruction to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each student.
  • Attends weekly school-led professional development sessions and regular field-specific professional development workshops and conferences.

Key Competencies

Candidates’ overall outlook and approach to life and learning are just as important to us as appropriate qualifications and experience. Principia School seeks individuals who are . . . 

 

  • Positive: We appreciate team members who are optimistic, positive, and focused on elevating and bringing out the very best in themselves and others. We are a CliftonStrengths-based organization; faculty and staff are expected to understand teammates’ strengths and how they can complement each other.
  • Team players: The ability to collaborate and partner with peers and senior administrators is critical. The School has a strong team-centered leadership approach. Staff are expected to be able to listen, give and receive feedback, and be comfortable exchanging ideas and speaking candidly in a professional and collegial manner. They must bring a constructive outlook to partnering with a wide range of stakeholders—administrators, faculty, coaches, houseparents, marketers, and fundraisers, among others.
  • Innovators: Given our fast-moving, ever-changing world, all School employees are expected to demonstrate a problem-solving mindset that helps our team come up with creative solutions to challenging issues. The School emphasizes continual improvement and expects staff to have a mentality of self-improvement and organizational excellence. 
  • Strategic thinkers: We prize the ability to consider complex topics from multiple perspectives and offer innovative solutions.

To perform this job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Collaborates regularly and communicates effectively with colleagues; able to work independently and effectively organize and prioritize work
  • Uses technology to engage students and enhance instruction
  • Demonstrates initiative and follow-through on professional expectations including self-reflection and evaluation, maintenance of accurate records, and communication with families; must be able to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Communicates clearly through both speaking and writing

Mission

The Principia shall seek to serve the Cause of Christian Science through appropriate channels open to it as an educational institution (Policy 1).

Vision

Principia is a Christian Science community of practice. Through transformative opportunities, a challenging curriculum, and character education based on the teachings of Christian Science, we examine, test, and strengthen our faith while developing the skills and understanding requisite for excellence. As global, outward-looking, inspired learners, we serve and better the world.

Values

Principia’s values, listed below, are grounded in the teachings of Christian Science:

Teaching and learning

  • Thinking and acting from the basis of Principle, Love
  • Unfoldment of character
  • Individual and collective excellence
  • Citizenship and service
  • Innovation and continuous improvement

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Experience directing large and small ensembles as well as soloists
  • Ability to teach a wide variety of musical styles
  • Experience teaching voice, preferably at the middle and high school level
  • Strong vocal technique and keyboard skills
  • Kodaly certification a plus
  • Ability to work well with students

Spanish Substitute Teacher MICDS

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

Position Description 

Job Title:                     Spanish Substitute Teacher

Department:              Lower/Middle/Upper

Reports To:                Division Director

FLSA:                          Non-Exempt 

JOB SUMMARY

The substitute teacher is responsible for classroom management in the absence of the regular teacher and will teach one of the following subjects:  French, Latin, Mandarin, or Spanish. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Maintains discipline and classroom control that fosters a safe and positive environment for all students in accordance with school policies.
  • Implements lesson plans, while ensuring the integrity of academic time and in a manner which motivates students to learn and participate.
  • Organizes students for effective instruction.
  • Collects and places students’ papers in regular teacher’s desk.
  • Complies with and supports school regulations and policies.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by the department chair or division director.
  • Language instruction in one of the four subject areas as follows.
    • Native or near native fluency in one of the following languages:  French, Mandarin, or Spanish.
    • Basic understanding of the essentials of Latin, including morphology (the changing of endings in an inflected language). Latin word order, basic sentence construction, and translation skills.
    • Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the School’s discretion.

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in subject matter or relevant work experience.
  • Ability to work in an environment that embraces a diverse community of students, educators, parents, and alums.
  • 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.
  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.
  • Work primarily in a traditional climate-controlled office environment.
  • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including extreme heat and cold.

Early Elementary Division Head, (3/4s – Grade 2) New City School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Alexis Wright
Email: awright@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 a thoughtful, experienced and dynamic educator to lead the Early Elementary Division (3/4s - Grade 2). The next division head will possess a deep understanding of child development, progressive pedagogy, and educational research; a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; a growth-oriented mindset; and a spirit of collaboration and joyful learning. The next division head will also understand that establishing meaningful interpersonal relationships are critical for effecting change; the next division head will have an opportunity to make a tremendous impact on this thriving community. As a key member of the School’s administrative team, the Early Elementary Division Head plays an important role in the school’s overall planning process and is integral to the continued articulation of the New City School approach to education, including our commitment to social justice, diversity, equity and inclusion.

 

The ideal candidate will have: an advanced degree and school classroom and leadership experience in early childhood and/or the elementary grades; expertise as a teacher trainer, mentor, supporter, and advocate; understanding of the Responsive Classroom approach; and experience in research-based instruction, project-based learning, and curriculum design. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Lead all operations of the early elementary division (3/4s - Grade 2).
  • Co-lead, along with the upper elementary division head and head of school, major initiatives related to curriculum, pedagogy and student life.
  • Provide inspirational leadership that is in-line with the core values of New City School and grounded in the school’s mission and strategic plan.
  • Possess skill and experience in diversity work—both in training and in implementation—and a commitment to fostering culturally competent and inclusive classrooms.
  • Hire, observe, supervise, and evaluate the early elementary faculty. 
  • Stay current with research related to child development, progressive pedagogy and the importance of play for young children. 
  • Oversee the successful academic growth and social and emotional learning of all students.
  • Serve as an active and collaborative member of the senior administrative leadership team.
  • Educate and guide families on topics related to child development and learning.
  • Work with the Director of Enrollment Management to serve on the Admissions Committee, supporting all student recruitment and retention efforts. 
  • Develop and sustain close partnerships with families and be a visible presence in the early elementary division and throughout the school.
  • Possess dynamic communication and presentation skills—both written and oral.
  • Be technologically savvy.
  • Manage the division’s budget.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the head of school.

New City School provides a competitive salary and benefits, including leadership and professional development opportunities.  

Start Date: July 1, 2020

Application Deadline: February 21, 2020

To apply: Please send a letter of interest, resume, and the names and contact information of three references to Alexis Wright, Head of School at awright@newcityschool.org. Please indicate “Early Elementary Division Head” in the subject line.


New City School Mission
New City School develops each child’s individual strengths through an integrated Multiple Intelligences curriculum. We prepare children, age three through grade six, to be confident, joyful learners who are successful academically knowledgeable about themselves and others, and who value diversity.

Teaching Fellows John Burroughs School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Internship
Contact
Debbie Drummond
Phone: 314-993-4040
Email: ddrumm@jburroughs.org

Middle/Upper School Teaching Fellows 
Subjects: English, Math and French
Start Date: July 1, 2020

About John Burroughs School

Founded in 1923, John Burroughs School is a top-tier, independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 7-12 located on a 49-acre campus in St. Louis, Missouri. Burroughs currently has 640 students, 42% of whom identify as students of color. (This year’s 7th grade class is 50% students of color.) Twenty-four percent of the student body receives tuition aid.

Burroughs strives to instill the joy of living through active learning, integrity, and service to others. We seek to cultivate an inclusive community that nurtures authentic learners who lead and inspire meaningful lives. At Burroughs we do so by loving and celebrating our differences, embracing challenges and championing growth, fostering a culture of great expectations, teaching empathy and the power of service, and offering a balanced and broad experience. Faculty, parents, and students share a commitment to a liberal arts education that strikes a balance among academics, arts, athletics, and activities. We believe that the many dimensions of diversity, equity, and inclusivity are essential to excellence in education, and they are woven into the fabric of the Burroughs experience. 

For more information, see:

Opportunity Description

John Burroughs School is seeking two Middle/Upper School Teaching Fellows to begin in 2020-2021 school year. The Teaching Fellows Program is a full-time, two-year program designed for recent college graduates or individuals completing an advanced degree who are interested in beginning careers in independent school education. Teaching fellows will be paired with a mentor teacher in their subject area who will guide, advise, and support them throughout the two-year program. Fellows will teach two sections, allowing ample time to meet and collaborate with their mentor, observe classes, shadow students, and take part in all aspects of the life of the school community.* Fellows will participate in a professional development program led by the Director of Academics in conjunction with other administrators and educators that explores instructional best practices, the science of learning, and cultural competence coaching, as well as examining approaches to planning lessons, leading discussions, designing and grading assessments, supporting struggling students, teaching students with learning differences, and communicating with parents and guardians. During the second year of the program, fellows will be assisted in their search for a full-time teaching position. By the end of the program, fellows will be sought-after applicants for teaching positions at top-tier independent schools and well prepared for successful careers as educators.

Ideal candidates will be enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with middle and upper school students both inside and outside of the classroom and will have majored in one of the subjects listed at the top of the description. They will contribute to our ongoing commitment to advancing a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all members of the Burroughs community. Special attention will be given to applicants who have participated in campus affinity or resource groups and/or been actively involved in school DEI initiatives or programs. Fellows receive a $25,000 salary, on-campus housing, and a complete benefits package. 

*   Teaching fellows will have the opportunity to sponsor a club and/or coach a sport, host a lunch table, monitor the student commons, chaperone student events, co-advise students, and chaperone school-sponsored trips (international and/or outdoor). 

Application Process

Interested candidates should submit the following documents electronically to Debbie Drummond: ddrumm@jburroughs.org (314 993-4045 ext. 222).

  1. Cover letter stating interest in and qualifications for the position.
  2. Current resume, including phone number and email address.
  3. Names, email addresses, and phone numbers of three references.

Files will be reviewed as received with preference given to candidates whose materials are submitted by February 3, 2020.

After reviewing all applications, Chris Front, Director of Academics, will speak to a select group of applicants by phone. Our hope is to complete those phone interviews by February 10. From that group, finalists will be invited to Burroughs for a school day in late February during which they will be interviewed, have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with our campus, and meet with students, administrators, and faculty members. 

If you have questions about the process or the materials, please contact Debbie Drummond ddrumm@jburroughs.org. If you have questions about the opportunity, please contact Chris Front, Director of Academics: cfront@jburroughs.org.

Infant Room Teacher The St. Michael School of Clayton

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Lori Timmons
Email: LTIMMONS@STMICHAELSCHOOL.ORG

The St. Michael School of Clayton is seeking a full time educator for our Infant Program. Small class size, warm, loving, collaborative environment.

Interim Lower/Middle School Nurse MICDS

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

Position Start Date:  February 2020

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 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

This is a full-time interim position in our Lower and Middle School serving students in Junior Kindergarten through 8th grades. The Lower/Middle School Nurse provides direct nursing services to students as well as emergency care to students, visitors, faculty and staff members in order to maximize health and wellness in the school community. The Lower/Middle School Nurse independently manages the duties of the nursing office in collaboration with the Director of Student Services, Health Services team, Lower and Middle School Division Heads, Student Services team, faculty, staff, and parents. All duties are performed in accordance with school policies and procedures as well as state laws and regulations regarding nurse practice. 

Essential Functions

  • Provide direct professional nursing services, first aid, and illness care to students and other community members in accordance with professional standards, school policy and procedures, and state and local mandates.
    • Provide health services, health education, and counseling in an effective and positive manner to enhance the health and wellness of the school community.
    • Provide medical care and services to students in Junior Kindergarten through 8th grade in response to the nursing assessment and according to physician prescribed medical care and treatment orders. 
    • Create and maintain documentation of all treatment and medical services provided to students through charting, a daily log of visits, as well as accident and injury reports.
    • Provide emergency care to visitors, faculty, and staff members. Complete accident/injury reports to refer injured employees to approved medical provider for appropriate medical treatment of work related illness and injury.
    • Respond to emergency medical situations; perform first aid as needed; coordinate with local emergency personnel and agencies as required.
    • Maintain student immunization and other medical records.  Follow confidentiality and privacy rules and regulations.
    • Make appropriate assessment and referrals for suspected abuse neglect as a mandated reporter.
    • Maintain inventory of supplies and materials needed in the clinic; develop and monitor procedures for maintaining adequate supplies in all school first aid kits.
    • Utilize existing technology effectively in the performance of duties, particularly the use of school-based online nurse charting programs.
  • Communicate and collaborate with community members and within your profession to ensure the highest standard of care.
    • Communicate effectively with students, parents, faculty, and staff regarding medical treatment; follow confidentiality policies and regulations.
    • Train and delegate teachers, administrators, and staff members to provide nursing care when the nurse is not available to provide it directly.
    • Coordinate with local health agencies and medical treatment facilities as necessary.
    • Collaborate with Human Resources and the Director of Safety and Security to ensure all required annual medical trainings for faculty and staff are provided per insurance requirements and state law.
    • Participate as an active member of the school community, representing health/wellness.
    • Maintain contact with a professional nursing organization and utilize continuing education opportunities to enhance professional knowledge.

 

  • Serve as the nurse in June and July for Camp Pegasus, Aventureros, and Eliot Summer Academy programs.
  • Perform other health or school related work in conjunction with the Director of Student Support Services and the Upper School Nurse.
  • Complete other projects and responsibilities that may be added at the School’s discretion. 

Job Requirements and Qualifications

  • BSN or equivalent nursing degree
  • Current Registered Nurse licensure in State of Missouri
  • Current CPR/AED program completion
  • Three years experience in pediatric/school/primary care setting
  • Computer literacy and competency in the use of existing technology, particularly school nursing platform(s), Google Drive/Mail, and student information systems
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with other faculty, staff, parents, and members of the community

Other Information

  • A criminal history and background check is required and must be successfully completed.
  • Generally works in standard office conditions and climate.
  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time.
  • Tasks involve the regular and, at times, sustained performance of moderately physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, and that may involve lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of moderately heavy (20-50pounds) objects and materials. May be required to lift or move an injured or sick person.
  • May be exposed to adverse environmental conditions such as toxic/poisonous agents, disease or pathogenic substances.

Director of Finance and Operations Ursuline Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Peggy Slater
Phone: 3149842801
Email: pslater@ursulinestl.org
apply online

Please view job description at LinkedIn or at www.ursulinestl.org. We'd love to talk with you!

Associate Director of Academics 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 an Associate Director of Academics for the 2020-2021 academic year. This key faculty-administrator will report to, support, and partner with the Director of Academics to guide faculty growth, evaluate programs, and further the mission of the school. By teaching two year-long courses, the Associate Director of Academics will develop in and model for students the qualities that will allow them to succeed at TJ and beyond—independence, honesty, courage, leadership, kindness, the habit of hard work, delight in learning, and a sense of responsibility for themselves and others. The ideal candidate will bring experience in classical or modern language instruction (Homeric and Attic Greek, Latin, French, or Italian) though other teaching backgrounds will be considered.

It was our founders’ vision that a learning community is strengthened by the continuous engagement and development of its members working to their strengths. As such, this opening offers candidates an unusual opportunity to help define the parameters of their role within the Office of Academics.

About the School

Mission: 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.

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. 

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

About the Position

The Associate Director will partner with the Director of Academics to help the office of academics advance the mission of the school. What responsibility is given to whom depends on skills and interests. Ultimately, the office is responsible for all of the areas listed below, and flexibility and willingness to do what is necessary is crucial.  

Institution, mission, and program: The Director and Associate Director of Academics monitor and maintain congruence between the school’s mission and all academic activities by modeling a consistent commitment to high standards, thoughtful reflection, strategic evaluation, and continuous improvement, utilizing both research and best practices to inform change. Together, the Director and Associate Director will:

  • Manage and lead review of the curriculum.
  • Seek ways to advance the school’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Participate with appropriate staff in the creation of policies related to academics.
  • Oversee master scheduling of classes, students, and major assessments.
  • Participate in the admission process by interviewing and evaluating applicants.
  • Create strategic, meaningful outreach programming and resources that provide parents and guardians with education to better understand TJ’s pedagogy and programs, as well as adolescent development and parenting.

Personnel management and development: The Director and Associate Director of Academics hold themselves and others accountable for their part in advancing the mission of the school by engaging, developing, and supporting faculty in their own professional growth, in their contributions to the school, and in their relationships with the broader educational community. Together, the Director and Associate Director will:

  • Work with Head of School to review and update job descriptions (roles and responsibilities) for faculty and department chairs.
  • Assist in the search for and evaluation of candidates to fill faculty vacancies. 
  • Plan onboarding and orientation of new teachers.
  • Encourage goal-setting at all levels (individual or institutional, student or faculty).
  • Conduct the formative review and guidance process for faculty to support a culture of mission-centered teaching excellence focused on successful student outcomes.
  • Manage in-service training of all staff, including faculty meetings.

Students: The Director and Associate Director of Academics engage students in the process of developing a truly educated mind, one that comprehends clearly and assesses critically the conventions and customs that make up their world; model and help develop in students the qualities that will allow them to succeed at TJ, at the next level of their education, and as adults—independence, honesty, courage, leadership, kindness, the habit of hard work, delight in learning, and a sense of responsibility for themselves and for others. Together, the Director and Associate Director will:

  • Oversee academic guidance of students and work with the Director of Student Affairs to strengthen the advisory program.
  • Oversee grading and reporting standards, policies, and procedures. 
  • Create student programming rooted in and regarding best learning practices and the school’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

In addition to partnering to achieve the responsibilities of the office, a standard faculty load for this position consists of: 

  • Teaching: 2 year-long courses (This administrative faculty position includes a reduced course load.)
  • 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 30 hours of on-call responsibilities, over the course of the school year)
  • Coaching, Clubs, and/or Study Hall Supervision: Serving as an athletic coach, study-hall supervisor, and/or club adviser as assigned
  • 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 clubs 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:

  • Administrative experience, such as a department or division chair (minimum of three years preferred);
  • Teaching experience in relevant content area(s);
  • Demonstrated interest in areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion; 
  • Creating, building, or growing programs;
  • Communicating with students, faculty and staff, parents, and alumni;
  • Coaching and evaluating faculty;
  • Developing, organizing, and assessing programs;
  • Instructional and collaborative technologies—e.g., Google products, Blackbaud.

 The ideal candidate has the following qualities:

  • Leads by example while modeling the ideals of the school;
  • Is willing to fill in as needed to further the student experience;
  • Has versatile talents and passions in more than discipline and area of school life;
  • Possesses a collegial spirit, positive outlook, and a sense of humor;
  • Commits to continuous professional growth.

 On-campus housing is a possibility. Please mention interest in this option in a cover letter. 

Please send a letter of interest, a statement of teaching philosophy, and a current résumé to: Jane Roth, Director of Academics (jroth@tjs.org). Please put “ACADEMICS OPENING” in the subject line. Your cover letter should speak to what you could uniquely bring to Thomas Jefferson and to where your strengths match the overall responsibilities of the Office of Academics. If the ambiguity and opportunity of this posting has sparked your curiosity, we look forward to hearing from you. Applications should be submitted by or before January 17, 2020. 

Lower School Science Teacher MICDS

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

Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School

Position Start Date:  2020-2021 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 at https://www.micds.org/our-school/career-opportunities/ and upload a copy of your cover letter, resume and statement of teaching philosophy by February 7, 2020.

Job Summary

This is a full-time science teacher position in our Lower School which includes Junior Kindergarten through 4th grades. Science is taught to all grade levels through a specialist class model.  Our teachers bring a collaborative nature and a student-centered approach to their classroom, as well as a commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse group of learners. Our school community encourages ongoing professional growth and strong interest in implementing new curriculum and pedagogies aligned with highly effective teaching practices. Preference is given to candidates with a bachelor’s degree in science or elementary education with an emphasis in science, masters preferred, and at least three years of teaching experience with elementary aged children. Experience with advanced instructional technologies or the willingness to effectively integrate technology in the curriculum is essential. This position also includes community responsibilities such as supervisory duties, facilitating grade-level culminating experiences, and/or club sponsorship.  

Essential Functions

  • Plan and lead a balanced program of classroom instruction and work time that provides students with opportunities to observe, question, and experiment.
  • Develop, document and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum that includes integration and scaffolding of content, concepts, and skills outlined in the Next Generation Science Standards.
  • Order supplies, prepare and organize materials and classroom for class activities.
  • Adapt/differentiate teaching methods and instructional materials to meet a diverse community of students’ varying needs and interests.
  • Instruct and nurture children in the development of their social-emotional, behavioral, and self-management competencies within the framework of the School’s mission and honor code.
  • Assess in-class work and assignments in order to evaluate students’ progress; write formal progress reports to parents, and communicate student progress through the reporting system and conferences.
  • Collaborate with the curriculum coordinators, learning specialist/counselor, other teachers, and administrators in the development, evaluation, and revision of lower school programs and curriculum.
  • Team with grade-level, divisional, and departmental colleagues to create a consistent continuum of student learning and experiences.
  • Attend faculty meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops, as well as stay current with professional readings and research in order to maintain and improve professional competence.
  • Serve on divisional and school-wide curriculum and program committees.
  • Contribute to other projects and responsibilities which may be added at the School’s discretion.
  • Coordinate the 4th-grade overnight experience at the Dana Brown Overnight Center.
  • From September-December, coach a 4th-grade after-school robotics team.

Job Requirements and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Science Education; Master’s preferred.
  • Three or more years of experience teaching elementary-aged children, and significant prior experience teaching in a school setting.
  • Passion and patience for working with children at their developmental levels as well as a deep understanding of age-appropriate and current teaching methodologies for children.
  • Ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with other faculty, staff, parents, and members of the community.
  • Experience with a range of administrative uses for technology and a creative approach to integrating technology as an essential tool in student learning.

Science and Math Teacher 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 (TJ) seeks a full-time faculty member for the 2020-2021 academic year to teach Accelerated Physics (9th grade) and AP Physics C (11th/12th grades), and AP Calculus BC (11th/12th grades). 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 30 hours of on-call responsibilities, over the course of the school year)
  • Coaching, Clubs, and/or Study Hall Supervision: Serving as an athletic coach, study-hall supervisor, and/or club adviser as assigned (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 clubs 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 and qualities in the following areas:

  • relevant educational background (degree in math or science) 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.

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, and on-campus housing may be a possibility for this position. (On-campus housing includes one-bedroom apartments.) Please mention interest in this option in the cover letter.

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

Mission: 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.

Please send a letter of interest and current résumé to: Jane Roth, Director of Academics (jroth@tjs.org). Please put “FACULTY OPENING” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2020.

 

English Faculty Whitfield School

Education
Masters
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Maureen Dube
Email: maureen.dube@whitfieldschool.org

Whitfield School seeks experienced teachers of middle school and upper school English to work in an innovative, collaborative, student-centered environment for the 2020 - 2021 school year. The ideal candidates will embrace and support the diversity of our student body and hold an advanced degree.

All interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to Maureen Dube, administrative assistant, maureen.dube@whitfieldschool.org.

Director of High School Athletics Saint Louis Priory School

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

Saint Louis Priory School is seeking a Director of High School Athletics to oversee a comprehensive curricular athletic program for the high school that reflects positive sportsmanship and the school’s  mission of a Benedictine, Catholic, college-preparatory education. This individual will successfully promote the development of teamwork, fitness, and skill while contributing to the sense of community. This role organizes and administers the overall program of high school athletics and other student athletic activities. The position is currently open with a start date negotiable until July 1, 2020. This is a full-time position with a competitive and comprehensive compensation package. The full job description is available at www.priory.org/careers. Master’s Degree and five years’ of related experience preferred. To apply, please e-mail your resume, salary requirements, and three references to careers@priory.org.

Early Childhood Classroom Teacher (Two Year Old Program) Forsyth School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Jason Hooper
Phone: 314-726-4542
Email: jhooper@forsythschool.org

Forsyth School is seeking a highly skilled collaborator and early childhood educator to support and develop the new Eyas Program (2 – 3 year old classroom) as a lead teacher. This teacher will provide developmentally appropriate and joyful learning experiences.  An understanding of child development and ability to meet the social emotional needs of two- and three-year-old children is essential. Candidates must have the capacity to work collaboratively as part of a teaching team. As this is a newly created program at the School, candidates should have a desire and background in early childhood curriculum design and best practices.

Please submit electronic resume and cover letter to Jason Hooper, Lower Division Director, jhooper@forsythschool.org

Responsibilities:

  • Teach in the newly created Eyas Program (2 – 3 year old classroom)

  • Meet the social, emotional, and developmental needs of two- and three-year-old learners

  • Collaborate and team teach with colleagues on grade level as well as serve as an important voice and member of the Early Childhood program

  • Actively participate in a faculty culture that is committed to being at the leading edge of Age 2 – Grade 6 education

  • Reports to the Lower Division Director

 

Qualifications:

  • A love of elementary children and early childhood education

  • Bachelor’s degree required.  Master’s degree and five years teaching experience preferred

  • Demonstrated commitment to teaching and learning in a dynamic school environment

  • Ability to work in a collegial and highly collaborative environment

  • A growth mindset, sense of humor, warm personality, and excellent organizational and communication skills 

About Forsyth School:

Founded in 1961, Forsyth School is an independent day school in St. Louis, Missouri, serving 373 students age 2 to Grade 6.  Located on a one-of-a-kind campus near Washington University, Forsyth stresses individual attention by maintaining a low student/teacher ratio and two teachers per class.  With a strong academic foundation that includes visual and performing arts, sports, and challenge education, Forsyth graduates are well prepared for the most selective secondary schools.  Forsyth offers summer programs, full-time specialist teachers, a commitment to diversity, and a comprehensive extended day program with after-school and year-round league sports.

Forsyth is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS), and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and the Independent Schools of St. Louis (ISSL).

Forsyth School is an equal opportunity employer.

www.forsythschool.org

 

 

Head of Institutional Advancement Westminster Christian Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Meghan Goessling
Phone: 3149972900
Email: mgoessling@wcastl.org
apply online

Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking a Head of Institutional Advancement.  Founded in 1976 as an independent, coeducational school, Westminster Christian Academy provides a comprehensive college preparatory program for 975 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.

The Head of Institutional Advancement serves as a member of the senior leadership team responsible for direct leadership of the school, with special responsibility for the development and execution of long-term Advancement efforts.  This role provides leadership in support of the school’s overall mission, strategic plan and organizational development.

Ideal Candidate Qualifications

  • Demonstrates the qualities of a mature Christian who has lived a life consistent with biblical teaching and above reproach

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree preferred   

  • Minimum of three years experience involving direct solicitation of prospects

  • Experience managing a team of both professionals and volunteers

  • Proven ability to secure support at various levels

  • Strong communication, interpersonal and relationship building skills

  • Independent, motivated self-starter

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop, implement and execute a comprehensive fundraising program including annual, capital and planned giving components.

  • Identify prospective donors for both annual and major gifts throughout the local community and beyond.

  • Manage and lead Advancement Department staff in all functions and fundraising efforts.

  • Maintain relationships with a portfolio of major donors, cultivating them toward meaningful support of the school.

  • Coordinate Head of School and Head of School emeritus with the maintenance and cultivation of donor relationships.

  • Plan and oversee annual fundraising events.

  • Assist in the development and execution of alumni engagement strategies to promote involvement and eventual support of alma mater.

  • Provide oversight to parent programming, including Parents Advancing Westminster, Class Activities and other parent efforts.

  • Maintain a visible presence in the school community by attending major school events in order to engage prospects and donors and build upon relationships.

  • Oversee Advancement subcommittee of the Westminster Board of Directors and attend board meetings.

  • Attend weekly senior administrative team meetings.

Head of Enrollment Westminster Christian Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Meghan Goessling
Phone: 3149972900
Email: mgoessling@wcastl.org
apply online

Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking a Head of Enrollment.  Founded in 1976 as an independent, coeducational school, Westminster Christian Academy provides a comprehensive college preparatory program for 950 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.

The Head of Enrollment serves as a member of the senior leadership team and is responsible for the development and execution of both short- and long-term admissions and enrollment efforts.  The Head of Enrollment provides leadership in support of the school’s overall mission and strategic plan.  

Ideal Candidate Qualifications

  • A clear testimony of a personal saving relationship with Jesus Christ

  • Membership or faithful attendance at an approved reformed church congregation

  • Demonstrates the qualities of a mature Christian who has lived a life consistent with biblical teaching and above reproach

  • Bachelor’s degree required 

  • Five or more years of experience in school administration

  • Strong communication, interpersonal and relationship building skills

  • Well organized and detail oriented with excellent multitasking abilities

  • Demonstrated strategic and long-range planning skills

  • Understanding of current market trends and the skills to translate that knowledge into successful enrollment management programs and objectives

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders at all levels 

  • Proficiency in managing and analyzing large amounts of data, presenting outcomes of data analysis in a logical manner, and utilizing the information to make data-driven decisions

  • Demonstrated success in process management and process improvement

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement a comprehensive strategic enrollment management plan to differentiate Westminster’s unique brand by addressing size, scope and shifting student body composition, and enhancing recruitment, retention, revenue generation, and constituent relations

  • Collaborate with Admissions team members to achieve enrollment goals and in developing and enhancing valuable partnerships with external constituents

  • Serve as the liaison to the Westminster Board of Directors in and through the Admissions Committee; present regularly to trustees on enrollment-related matters and coordinate the process for interviewing families seeking admissions with the Admissions Committee chair

  • Advise the Head of School and Westminster Board of Directors on market trends to maintain the school’s relevance in a broader educational context and inform of appropriate short- and long-term enrollment for each division

  • Co-direct the financial aid program by assisting and executing the deployment of the school’s financial aid resources

  • Compile and disseminate data for institutional benchmarking purposes; make data-informed decisions and report on longitudinal enrollment and financial aid trends

  • Lead the Communications team in the development of positive and cohesive public relations and a marketing plan that communicates a clear, consistent message to all school constituents and the broader community

Substitute Teacher Miriam Academy Miriam School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Kecia McKinnis
Phone: 314-962-4606
Email: kmckinnis@miriamstl.org
apply online

TITLE OF POSITION:    Substitute Special Education Teacher Miriam Academy

QUALIFICATIONS:             

  • 60+ credit hours, Bachelor's degree or substitute certificate for the state of Missouri
  • Experience in or willingness to provide educational services to high school students who have educational disabilities or learning difficulties.

REPORTS TO:       Head of School 

POSITION SUMMARY:        

The Substitute Teacher is responsible for providing instruction and managing the learning environment according to the lesson plans provided by the absent teacher.

STATUS:     As needed

 PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  •  Review with the Head of School the plans and schedules to be adhered to during the school day
  •  Follow the lesson plans provided by the absent teacher
  •  Maintain the established routines and procedures of the school and classroom to which assigned
  •  Interact in a professional manner with students and parents
  •  Encourage, monitor, and promote student progress
  •  Maintain student confidentiality
  •  Adhere to all procedures, guidelines, and policies followed by regular teachers in line with recommended teaching procedure
  •  Perform other duties as assigned

 

ABOUT US:

Miriam Academy provides a personalized learning program, integrated therapies, and a nurturing community to ensure students with complex learning disabilities in high school grades 9-12 thrive both academically and socially.

With a low student to teacher ratio and collaborative learning approach, students at Miriam Academy find an environment full of possibilities. Multi-grade classrooms give students opportunities to collaborate with peer groups at a similar academic level and to build social skills. A variable tuition plan ensures families pay what they can towards the cost of their child's education.

Our nurturing and supportive community welcomes students and families, providing them with a sense of belonging, opportunities for partnership, and rekindles their love of learning throughout their high school years.

At Miriam Academy, learning is intentional, collaborative and personalized; designed to meet the unique social, emotional, physical and academic needs of each student.

 

Track Coach The Fulton School at St. Albans

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Diane Loyd
Phone: 636-458-6688
Email: dloyd@tfssa.org
apply online

The Fulton School at St. Albans is looking for a head high school track coach for the spring.  

Elementary Classroom Teacher The Academy at DaySpring

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Angie Mather
Email: angie@dayspringarts.org

DaySpring Academy is a Christian University Model School located in Maryland Heights.  We are currently looking for elementary classroom teachers for the 2020-2021 school year.  The positions we are hiring for would be anything from 3 hours a week to 15 hours per week.   If interested in finding out more information, please email your resume and cover letter and we will contact you to set up an interview.

Middle School and High School Teacher The Academy at DaySpring

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Angie Mather
Phone: 314-291-8878
Email: angie@dayspringarts.org

DaySpring Academy in Maryland Heights is expanding next year (2020-2021).  We are looking to hire middle school and high school teachers for a variety of classes.  The opportunities could be anything from teaching 4 hours a week to 15 hours a week.  If you are interested in finding out more information, please send a resume to angie@dayspringarts.org.

Aftercare Assistant Rohan Woods School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Michelle Dixon
Email: mdixon@rohanwoods.org

Rohan Woods School is a seeking caring, responsible individual to staff our aftercare program beginning January 2020 for students who are 2 years of age through 6th Grade. Experience working with elementary students is beneficial. An opening is available Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:15-6:00pm except for the first Wednesday of the month, hours are 2:00 – 6:00pm. For consideration please send resume and cover letter to Michelle Dixon, Executive Assistant, at mdixon@rohanwoods.org to schedule an interview.

 

Long-Term Substitute Teacher — Science — Grades 6 and 8 Visitation Academy

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Email: resume@visitationacademy.org

Long-Term Substitute Teacher — Science — Grades 6 and 8

Visitation is currently seeking a long-term substitute science teacher for Grades 6 and 8 from approximately March 2020 through May 2020 (exact dates to be determined).

 The ideal candidate is a practicing Catholic, holds a bachelor’s degree (a master’s degree is preferred), is certified to teach middle school, and has previous middle school teaching experience.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and references to resume@visitationacademy.org.

Visitation Academy is an independent Catholic school offering a coeducational Montessori program in Grades Toddler through Kindergarten and an all-girls 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 kindness, gentleness, humility, and thoughtful concern for others.

Before Care / After Care Worker Central Christian School

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
Shomar Black, After Care Director
Phone: 314.727.4535
Email: sblack@centralschoolstl.org

Central Christian School is seeking qualified individuals to work in our Before Care and After Care Program. We desire individuals who have an active Christian faith and who are eager to guide, nurture, and inspire children and families. The candidate should be a member of good standing at a local church, energetic, flexible, and good with kids of all ages (3-12). Prior working experience with children is a plus. 

Our openings include Friday mornings (7:30-8:30am) and Monday/Tuesday/Thursday afternoons (3:00-6:00pm).

Head of School Central Christian School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Full Time
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Central Christian School Search Committee
Phone: 314.727.4535
Email: hossearch@centralschoolstl.org

The Head of School serves as the chief community-builder and spiritual leader of Central Christian School, taking the lead in applying Biblical principles throughout the School while building a culture of unity, excellence and school pride. The Head of School encourages the School staff, by word and example, to do likewise, and holds them to the highest standards of professional and personal behavior. Under the oversight of the School Board, the Head of School is responsible for the overall management of the School, ensuring that its operational and financial future is secure, and for thoughtfully and consistently implementing all School policies. 

The Head of School cultivates the relationships, values, and practices which are core to the School’s culture while providing vision, leadership, and direction for the entire School community to positively impact students, families, and broader culture. As the public-facing leader of the school, it’s vital for the Head of School to present Central Christian School and its programs in a compelling manner through written communication, public presentations, and connections with parents, grandparents, friends of the school, and the many churches represented within our community.

The Head of School will need to demonstrate a wholehearted endorsement of the school’s statement of faith.

ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP 

The Head of School will work toward the ongoing academic excellence of the school in conjunction with the Principal and Administrative Team by overseeing:

  • The Administrative Team and other staff which consists of the Principal, Director of Admissions and Communications, the Manager of Operations, Business Manager, Registrar and Office Manager, the Executive Assistant, Nurse, Athletic Director, and all non-teaching staff;
  • The hiring, evaluation, and professional growth of and supervision of all non-teaching staff. In addition, the Head of School approves the hiring and/or the dismissal of all faculty and staff members.

The Head of School ensures academic excellence by understanding and advocating for the Principal's oversight of:

  • All staff;
  • Accreditations and professional associations;
  • Evaluation, revision, and implementation of curriculum at all school levels;
  • Hiring, supervision, evaluation, certification, and continuing education for faculty;
  • Program of instructional assessments through appropriate testing mechanisms;
  • Continual improvement of the quality of the academics through the lens of the Christian worldview.

DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 

The Head of School plans and oversees the School’s strategy for securing new donors and stewarding current donors. He or she will oversee and optimize the School’s annual fundraising campaigns and major fundraising events and will work with the Development Assistant and Development Committee of the Board to generate support for important strategic initiatives which will propel the School forward. 

The Head of School will partner with Central Presbyterian Church leadership to ensure a supportive and visible relationship between the School and the Church. 

The Head of School also oversees and guides external communications, marketing, and branding for Central Christian School. 

ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP & OPERATIONS 

The Head of School will serve as the chief administrative officer of Central Christian School and as a liaison between the Board, the Administrative Team, and Staff. In this capacity, he or she will: 

  • Supervise the Administrative Team and inform the Board of needs and concerns through regular communication;
  • Work to ensure the School’s organizational health by: 
    • Promoting clear expectations and transparency among members of the community;
    • Ensuring organizational alignment and efficiency;
    • Maintaining consistency with school philosophy, policies, and procedures;
    • Encouraging a culture of community pride and excellence throughout the School. 

The Head of School will report to the School Board. He or she will work with the Business Manager and Manager of Operations to formulate and maintain annual budgets, make short- and long-term financial projections and recommendations for the School Board, and allocate financial resources to meet personnel and programmatic needs. 

He or she will oversee the school’s technological infrastructure to ensure that it keeps pace with other top private schools and addresses the academic needs of our students.

POLICIES & PROCEDURES 

The Head of School directs the implementation of all School policies, including Employment Agreements, Employee Handbooks, and Family Handbooks. He or she will: 

  • Work with the leadership of Central Presbyterian Church to ensure alignment between school and church policies;
  • Guide the function of office staff including all administrative activities and record and file maintenance;
  • Maintain awareness of all federal, state, and local legal issues that pertain to Christian schools;
  • Oversee emergency, safety, and security procedures;
  • Ensure that Board policies are communicated in a timely manner and that those policies are followed. 

QUALIFICATIONS & PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES 

  • A spiritual leader who embraces Central Christian School’s mission and core values, as well as its unique culture and history;
  • A charismatic community-builder experienced in welcoming parental engagement;
  • An engaging, compelling, energetic marketer and spokesperson for the school, who will be a visible presence in the local community;
  • A warm, approachable people person who interacts with and knows the students and families in the school;
  • An executive with solid finance and budgeting experience;
  • A proven administrator, able to structure, hire, motivate, evaluate, and support faculty and staff;
  • An individual who is comfortable with fundraising and individual donor outreach;
  • A manager who is able to set expectations and hold people accountable not only for performance, but also for the positive, collaborative culture of grace and courtesy that currently exists;
  • Experience in a Christian school or church (helpful, but not required);
  • Bachelor’s degree required (Master’s degree preferred);
  • Member of Central Presbyterian Church (or will join upon hiring).

To begin the application process and be considered for candidacy, we invite you to email the following information to the search committee (hossearch@centralschoolstl.org) for consideration: 

  • A current resume and cover letter;
  • A personal statement of Christian faith.

Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Substitute Teachers Whitfield School

Education
4 Year Degree
Job Type
Temp/Contract
Position Level
Experienced
Contact
Maureen Dube
Phone: 314-434-5141
Email: maureen.dube@whitfieldschool.org

Whitfield School seeks qualified substitute teachers to work in an innovative, collaborative, student-centered environment for the 2019 - 2020 school year. The ideal candidates will embrace and support the diversity of our student body.

All interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to Maureen Dube, administrative assistant, maureen.dube@whitfieldschool.org.

Youth Program Assistants MICDS

Education
Not Specified
Job Type
Part Time
Position Level
Entry Level
Contact
apply online

MICDS is seeking caring, responsible individuals with creative energy to staff our after-school program for the 2019-20 school year.  The program meets Monday – Friday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm for students in Kindergarten – 6th Grade.  Experience working with Elementary and/or Middle School children is a plus.  For immediate consideration complete our online application at https://www.micds.org/our-school/career-opportunities/.   During the application process you will be asked to upload your resume and cover letter.  

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