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Presentation, or “Pres” as it is lovingly called, has earned and certainly deserves its stellar reputation as a model of excellence in all dimensions.  Presentation is an independent, college preparatory girls school with a strong Catholic mission.  The school fosters a lifelong sisterhood and develops courageous and compassionate leaders for college and beyond.  Pres delivers a well-rounded, faith-based experience including academic excellence, award-winning teams and clubs and individualized support where all are welcome. To qualify, you will need to be a faith-filled servant leader capable of exemplifying and promoting Catholic values. Additionally, you will be expected to have an advanced degree, proven experience in secondary education and be passionate about an all-girls’ education.  The Principal is the Chief Academic Officer of the school in charge of the day-to-day student experience, and oversees the curriculum, professional development and student activities.  This is an exceptional opportunity for a visionary leader with passion for mission seeking to take an outstanding school to the next level. 

If you know of anyone who may be interested, please email us, and we will be pleased to follow up immediately. 

Karen L. Neitzel- karen.neitzel@carneysandoe.com

Barbara H Daush- barbara.daush@carneysandoe.com


 

Justin-Siena is a Lasallian, Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory school (grades 9-12). In 1966 two schools opened on adjacent campuses--Justin High School (for boys) sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers and Siena High School (for girls) sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. The schools merged in 1972 and were co- sponsored until the end of the 2005-06 school year when the Dominican Sisters transferred their sponsorship to the De La Salle Christian Brothers. The board and the school community are interested in all candidates who embrace, articulate and promote Justin-Siena’s Lasallian Catholic identity and its dedication to faith, academic excellence and service. Paramount to success is the candidate’s proven ability to embrace the Lasallian Core Principles: Faith in the Presence of God; Respect for All Persons; Inclusive Community; Concern for the Poor and Social Justice; and Quality Education. The president is a mission-focused, visionary Catholic leader who is able to build upon a school faith community, with demonstrated experience in an educational setting. 

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La Salle Catholic College Preparatory is located in Milwaukie, Oregon, a suburb of the Portland metropolitan area. The school has a strong and steady enrollment of 620 students. The new President will be a visionary and energetic leader. The successful candidate will have significant senior leadership experience, financial acumen and expertise in business management. Experience in planning and overseeing capital projects to enhance facilities is desirable as well as experience in donor prospecting and fundraising. Paramount to success in this executive position are excellent leadership and communication skills that inspire collaboration from all constituent groups.

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Benilde-St. Margaret’s School (BSM) is on the search for a new President to begin July 2022. As one of Minnesota’s top Catholic, independent, college preparatory schools for students in grades 7-12, BSM is rooted in the vibrant traditions of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the Christian Brothers, and the Order of St. Benedict. Centered upon a rigorous and holistic approach focused on helping all students reach their highest potential, BSM is committed to educate, empower, and inspire learners within a Catholic community to lead lives of faith, achieve academic excellence, and contribute meaningfully to a global society. Located in St. Louis Park, just outside Minneapolis, BSM provides a unique opportunity to lead and deepen its commitment to this work both on its campus and within the wider community.  BSM is looking for an innovative, thoughtful and charismatic leader who will continue to drive the school forward.  The President will report directly to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for setting an overall vision for the school, supervising all aspects of the school’s operations, and creating the strategic direction for the organization’s growth and success. 
 

In the meantime, if you, or anyone you know, might be interested in or curious about this opportunity, please reach out to:

Brandon Jacobs-  brandon.jacobs@carneysandoe.com

Barbara H Daush- barbara.daush@carneysandoe.com
 

Divine Savior Holy Angels is an all-girls' high school in Milwaukee, WI that is committed to the progressive, mission-informed work of DEI. 

Strong candidates do not have to be Catholic or sitting Director of DEI. Successful candidates should find alignment with Catholic Social Teaching as it intersects with DEI and has a strong affinity for girls' education. We invite candidates from a multitude of professional experiences to apply.

If you are interested in learning more or know a colleague who is, please direct them to Justine Medina and Lawrence Q. Alexander II. The school will begin reviewing candidates right away.

Lawrence Alexander-  lawrence.alexander@carneysandoe.com

Justine L Medina- 
justine.medina@carneysandoe.com

Benilde-St. Margaret’s School (BSM) is one of Minnesota’s top Catholic, independent, college preparatory schools for students in grades 7-12. Located in St. Louis Park, a first-ring suburb of Minneapolis, BSM takes a rigorous and holistic approach to education and is focused on helping all students reach their highest potential for a successful future.

Rooted in the vibrant traditions of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the Christian Brothers and the Order of St. Benedict, BSM offers a rigorous and relevant curriculum, leading-edge learning experiences, extensive co-curricular opportunities, faith formation and a robust service-learning program. The school is also deeply committed to fostering a genuine sense of belonging for all students, regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic level or ability.

Benilde-St. Margaret’s seeks a dynamic leader as its next president to start in July 2022. The successful candidate will be a highly experienced Catholic leader who has the capacity and vision to build on an impressive level of success and take BSM to even greater heights. The president serves as the school’s academic leader, responsible for fostering a climate of excellence and moral development among students, faculty and staff. This is an exceptional opportunity to lead a forward-thinking school with deep roots, an unwavering commitment to student success, and an enduring grounding in its Catholic identity.

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The school boasts a co-educational early childhood and lower school and a single-gender upper school educating young women. As a Sacred Heart network school, they are linked to an international network of schools that all share the same mission and values. Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School is poised for continued growth and advancement, with a goal to be the premier independent Catholic school in St. Louis and to support the success of students while fostering and inspiring spiritual, academic, social, and emotional growth.

 

Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School has a stellar reputation in the greater community. Like most of our country, however, the community holds diverse opinions on a variety of topics, and the next Head of School will need to be willing to navigate through them and bring unity. 

Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School is seeking in its next Head of School an innovative, experienced, and inspiring educational leader who fully embraces the principles of Sacred Heart education and who is eager to make a long-term commitment to the position.

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Founded in 1962, Presentation High School is a highly regarded Catholic independent school for young women in Silicon Valley sponsored by the Sisters of the Presentation. The school works in partnership with families to promote the spiritual and intellectual development of students, and graduates are expected to be women of faith who live by the motto “Not Words, But Deeds,” capturing its commitment to service to others. “Pres,” as it is affectionately called, believes that the all-female experience allows for increased leadership opportunities, greater empowerment and a stronger perception of self-efficacy. The school is intentional about making every student belong, and there is a deep sense of family and community among the faculty, staff, and students. The school is fortunate to have a beautiful campus and facilities and is proud of its robust academics, competitive athletics and amazing fine arts.

As Presentation looks forward to celebrating its 60th anniversary next year, the Principal will have the opportunity to shape the next chapter of Presentation by building a strong sense of community with faculty, staff, coaches, program moderators, students and all community members united around the school’s mission to empower young women and commitment to social justice. 

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Garces Memorial High School is a Christ-centered community of faith that seeks to provide the best spiritual and academic formation for every student. The Christian focus offers an environment where students can develop spiritually, academically, and socially, enabling them to recognize their potential as people of God. At Garces, students can explore a rich world of academic and extracurricular possibilities within a family-oriented community. The staff and faculty are committed to the task of educating young people to live full, responsible, and meaningful lives strengthened through the curricula and experiences unique to a Catholic school.

The school seeks to find a dynamic Catholic leader who can bring the greater Garces community together. This leader would build a transparent and transformational leadership team at the school level, effectively market the value proposition of a Garces education, and complete campus improvements to ensure the facilities are on par with the other high schools.

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Cristo Rey Chicago is the flagship school of the Cristo Rey network, a network of high schools delivering a career focused, college preparatory education in the Catholic tradition for students with limited economic resources, uniquely integrating rigorous academic curricula with four years of professional work experience and support to and through college. This is an opportunity to work alongside passionate colleagues, an extraordinarily engaged student body, and a remarkably warm and supportive community of families. 

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School seeks a dynamic operational leader as its next Principal, starting July 2022. The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader devoted to the school’s mission and programs. Reporting to the President, the Principal is the chief academic officer and instructional leader of the school. The Principal has ultimate responsibility for the school’s teaching and learning that occurs through a well-developed Spanish heritage language, college preparatory curriculum, as well as the school’s Catholic and Jesuit identity. The Principal will be expected to maintain a nurturing culture while modeling values, fostering community connectedness, and supporting the mission and traditions that set this outstanding school apart. This is an exceptional opportunity to lead a dynamic secondary school with deep ties to its community and an unwavering commitment to its Catholic mission.

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Mother McAuley is an amazing school in every way.  As the largest all-girls' Catholic school in Chicago, the traditions and values of the Sisters of Mercy who founded the school in 1846 are woven into every part of the school's operations and activities.  Mother McAuley offers a balanced vision of academic excellence, cultural wealth, and a strong commitment to the responsibility of young women to become compassionate leaders.  McAuley girls dream big, care to pursue their dreams and then graduate ready to break barriers.  The next leader of McAuley will inherit a dynamic Board, an excellent faculty and an enthusiastic student body.  

The next President, effective July 2022, will be an experienced leader devoted to the school’s Mission and programs. The President will report to the Board of Trustees and is expected to provide leadership across the student experience, including spiritual growth. McAuley is seeking an individual who is inspiring, relatable, accessible, and able to connect joyfully with students, faculty and staff, parents, alumnae, and the broader community; a thoughtful listener to the needs of the community; and a compelling storyteller able to share the school’s long history and relate it to the present.

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Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills KY seeks a president for July 2023. Notre Dame Academy (NDA) is the only Catholic college-preparatory school in the Diocese of Covington, Kentucky that provides single gender education to young women in grades 9-12. Because of the school’s 115-year history of challenging young women to pursue academic excellence and to find joy in learning, NDA educates and mentors students to become women who transform the world around them. Notre Dame Academy values its girls’ school advantage. Every student is empowered with knowledge, creativity and self-awareness to become her best self within the classroom and beyond, to reach her highest potential.

For more information the opportunity please contact please contact Mathew Heersche: mheersche@edu-directions.com(207.216.2692)

The position profile available at the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/101Y-XicfXyaH6g7zic8hvVCY56YZJMTj/view?usp=sharing

Cristo Rey De La Salle offers a numerous position of openings, please visit their website to review their employment opportunities:

https://cristoreydelasalle.org/employment/

Catholic Middle School Jobs

Since 1818, the Academy has provided a vibrant, warm and caring learning environment that combines strong academics and opportunities in the arts, athletics and service, with an emphasis on character, leadership, integrity and spiritual growth. The Academy is comprised of three divisions: Early Education (PK3 to Primary), Lower School (grades 1-4) and Middle School (grades 5-8).

The head of school will lead an administrative team consisting of the principal, director of development, director of strategic enrollment management, business manager, director of
information technology and director of marketing and communications. The Academy of the Sacred Heart is a member of the following:  Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), Independent Schools of St. Louis (ISSL), National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and the Network of Sacred Heart Schools. The Academy is accredited through the National Federation of Nonpublic School State Accrediting Association.

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NDA’s inclusive, faith-formation learning community provides a transformative educational experience preparing girls to become critical thinkers, life-long learners, and open-minded
leaders. The school offers a holistic educational approach rich in tradition with strong academics, athletics, arts, extra-curricular activities, and spiritual development. Students build skills and capabilities to flourish in the world and they become part of a proud and vibrant NDA alumnae sisterhood community. Based on their learning and reflection, students are inspired to act in accordance with the principles of service and the social justice practices in the Catholic tradition of the global mission of SNDdeN, leading to the integration of the whole person.

The candidate will possess a genuine passion and joy for educating girls and young women, supporting a mission of providing transformative educational experiences and leadership opportunities to recognize and develop each student’s unique individual talents and potential. The successful candidate will be a highly perceptive educational leader who embraces the traditions and culture that make NDA a special place in the hearts and minds of its students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumnae. The Principal will apply excellent management skills and a strategic mindset to foster a collegial professional learning environment characterized by joy and purpose. An active listener, kind and thoughtful, the Principal will act as a relationship builder and positive role model for students and faculty alike, embodying the school’s values and mission.

Interested candidates, please contact Narwhal Talent Partners:
- by voice, text, or email:
Peter G. Hamilton | (617) 620-9268
Christian G. Henry | (857) 285-3364
search@narwhaltalent.com

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Saint Isabella School in San Rafael, CA is seeking an 8th Grade Head Teacher starting in the 2022-23 school year (begins in August 2022).  Saint Isabella is a small, Catholic K-8 school located in Terra Linda,
California. We are a very special school with an incredible community of teachers, students, parents, and administrators. Our students and parents are very invested in learning, with strong family values
and a willingness to be a “team” in the child's “whole person” education. Students are expected, through their experiences in the classroom and as active members of the school community, to
develop attributes including personal responsibility, social responsibility, critical ability, and appreciation for the complexity of the world. In partnership with parents, Saint Isabella hopes to instill in its students the confidence that will empower them, as informed and compassionate individuals, to effect positive change in our world. Our school community is like no other and our parent's team and support our teachers. Come join our family and teach in an environment that fosters learning as a lifelong process. You belong at Saint Isabella School!

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate deep familiarity with teaching practices, writing, reading, social studies, and religion skills. This person will exemplify a love for the students and a desire to see all students succeed at the highest level. This individual will also need to see collaboration, on both a student and faculty level, as a key to student success.

Salary and benefits are according to the Archdiocese of San Francisco salary scale.


Full-time Faculty are eligible for benefits including 10 personal days, health and dental insurance, medical and dependent care flex plan, Archdiocesan pension, and 403b.


Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to rpheatt@stisabellaschool.org

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Catholic Elementary School Jobs

Founded in 1867, the Academy of the Sacred Heart is an independent, all-girls, age 1 through grade 12 Catholic school in New Orleans, Louisiana, serving approximately 750 students. As a member of the International Network of Sacred Heart Schools, the school is faithful to the goals of a Sacred Heart education: to produce self-confident women, provide a challenging intellectual education, develop a love of God, and create a desire to help others.

The Academy of the Sacred Heart seeks a dynamic leader as its next Head of School starting July 1, 2022. The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader devoted to the school’s vibrant mission and programs. The Head of School is responsible for the overall vision, leadership and management of the school and reports to the Board of Trustees. The Head has primary responsibility for being the academic leader and for fostering a climate of spiritual growth and community engagement among students, faculty, and staff. This is an exceptional opportunity to lead a forward-thinking school with an unwavering commitment to its all-girls and global Catholic mission.

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​Holy Trinity Catholic School is committed to academic excellence. Our Mission states that we prepare our students spiritually, in a Christ – centered environment. We “endeavor to educate the whole child by
providing a holistic approach to education” and we “recognize and value the uniqueness, dignity, and
basic goodness of each individual as a child of God.” A Catholic school leader has tremendous impact not only on the school, but on the life of a Church community. We seek those who believe in our mission and can make the possible happen.

​The Ideal Candidate will have a strong Catholic Identity in which he/she builds and maintains a safe and
healthy school environment where students and staff feel cared for, accepted, and valued. The principal
will collaborate with the pastor to establish a community of faith that prioritizes a personal relationship
with Christ to fulfill the Evangelizing Mission of the Church.The principal will have Supervision and
Staffing responsibility and directs and coordinates activities of teachers, administrators, and support staff at Holy Trinity School. The principal recruits, hires, trains, and evaluates staff and conducts formal and informal classroom observations of all teaching staff and uses the evaluation process to effect positive learning outcomes.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a classroom aide. The main role of the classroom aide is to help reduce the teacher-student ratio during the instructional program.

The position begins immediately. Please send cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a Long-term Substitute Kindergarten Teacher in a self-contained classroom starting immediately through June 10, 2022 (teacher is on a family leave).

Please email cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a part-time recess aide to assist teachers. There is a possibility for a full-time position; please inquire if interested.

Please send resume, cover letter and contact information for references to office@ndvsf.org, attention Sarah Currier, Principal.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks part-time tutors for its extended care/afterschool program. There is a possibility for a full-time position; please inquire if interested.

Please send resume, cover letter and contact information for references to office@ndvsf.org, attention Sarah Currier, Principal.

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Saint Joseph School (Gr. Preschool-8, coed,  around 500 students), an independent Catholic school located in Needham, MA that provides an exemplary faith-based education, seeks a dynamic Head of School to begin in July 2022. Founded in 1954, Saint Joseph’s offers an educational experience comprised of academic rigor, deep faith, and supportive teachers and staff. Students enjoy an inclusive learning environment, are challenged by an advanced and innovative curriculum, and strive to be better than yesterday through their commitment to God and serving their community. This is an outstanding opportunity for a committed and visionary leader.

In the meantime, if you, or anyone you know, might be interested in or curious about this opportunity, please reach out to:

Beth C Dietz- beth.dietz@carneysandoe.com

Charles W. Britton- charles.britton@carneysandoe.com

Since 1881, Sacred Heart has carried out the mission of its foundress St. Madeleine Sophie Barat-inspiring generations of students to lead meaningful lives.  Today, 91st Street is a vibrant, mission-driven community that empowers each young woman to share her passion and purpose.  The school of nearly 700 girls celebrates its heritage and traditions as it strives for higher excellence and pursues a bold vision for the future. 

ince 2000, the school’s operating budget has tripled; its endowment has quadrupled; its campus has grown by over 50%; its faculty and staff have increased by nearly 30%; and it has added entirely new departments and fields of study, including engineering, computer science, Mandarin, and wellness.  The Sacred Heart Athletics and Wellness Center is the largest and most advanced athletics facility of any independent school in Manhattan and is being used as a model for other schools.  The school's most recent strategic plan, Higher Excellence 2017-2022, had four goals: Strengthening a Firm Foundation:Mission, Finances, Facilities; Striving for Higher Academic Excellence: Science & Technology, Art, Wellness, Capstone Program, Testing & College Placement, Scheduling Assessment;  Affirming Our Place in the Global Society: Foreign Exchange, NYC Classroom, Environmental Stewardship, God’s Love, Service; and Investing in People: Attract/Retain Faculty, Inclusivity, and Information Systems, Communication. 

For more information contact Seliat, Barbara, or Bob

Seliat Dairo- seliat.dairo@carneysandoe.com

Barbara L. Chasebarbara.chase@carneysandoe.com

Robert D. Vitalo- robert.vitalo@carneysandoe.com
 

 

 

Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten-Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a full-time Middle School Math/8th Grade Homeroom Teacher.

Teaching Responsibilities:
● Teach math to students in grades 6-8 and serve as 8th grade homeroom teacher
● Serve as an Academic Decathlon coach for math
● Assist 8th-grade students and families with the high school application process
● In coordination with the middle school team, complete recommendations for 8th grade students applying to high schools
● Moderate California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)
● Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
● Four-year undergraduate degree in math or a related field preferred
● California teaching credential
● Four years of experience teaching at the middle school level
● Excellent oral and written communication skills
● Ability to plan, implement and follow an innovative curriculum

This position is available on August 1, 2022. NDV offers competitive compensation and a generous benefits package. Please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten-Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a director for its extended care program (“NDVEP”) for the 2022-2023 school year.


Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
● Create a schedule for academic and extracurricular activities for students in Transitional Kindergarten through 8th-grade students
● Assign aides and lead teacher duties based on teacher/student interests (i.e. STEM, art, etc.)
● Collaborate with lead teacher and aides regarding behavior expectations and approach to discipline
● In collaboration with the office staff, keep a running record of family deposits and monthly tuition payments through FACTS
● Maintain the aftercare budget to keep track of expenditures
● Responsible for the purchasing of snack ingredients and supplies each week
● Send out a monthly newsletter to NDVEP families with important updates and information
● Communicate and coordinate with other extracurricular programs (i.e. Art Workshops, Chess, CYO, etc.) to organize students’ schedules
● Observe/supervise lead teacher and aides in the classroom and on the playground
● Collaborate and communicate with classroom teachers regarding student academic needs that can be supported in aftercare
● Ensure the expectations and rules from the school day are upheld and followed in all areas of aftercare
● Inventory NDVEP materials regularly and purchase materials as needed
● Attend staff meetings
● Perform cafeteria and playground supervision duties
● Provide other assistance in the implementation of the extended care program as directed

The position begins August 1, 2022. Please email cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a lead teacher for its extended care program for the 2022-2023 school year. 

Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: 

Lead/supervise indoor and outdoor academic and extracurricular activities for Transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade students 

Supervise homework and provide academic support as needed to students in all grades

Maintain discipline 

Work closely with the program director to coordinate assignments for tutors 

Serve as a resource to tutors by answering questions and providing guidance as needed

Assist with preparing and serving snacks 

Provide other assistance in the implementation of the extended care program as directed

Attend staff meetings 

Perform playground supervision duties 

Perform other duties as assigned

 

Position begins August 12, 2022. Please email cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

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Monte Cassino School, a PK3 to grade 8 school, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has opened a search for a new head of school. Founded in 1926 as a boarding and day school for girls, Monte Cassino is widely recognized as the premier Catholic elementary and middle school in Tulsa. The school is set apart by its Catholic Benedictine culture, diverse and challenging curriculum, excellent after-school co-curricular and athletic programs and highly invested teachers. The head of school, to start in July 2023, will lead a strong administrative team consisting of principals of the Early Childhood Learning Center, Elementary School and Middle School; Director of Learning Initiatives and Professional Development; Director of Admissions; Director of Development; Director of Marketing; Director of Finance and Operations; Athletic Director; and Director of Technology. Monte Cassino is accredited by Cognia (includes membership in Oklahoma Private School Accreditation Commission) and the Oklahoma State Department of Education, and the school is a member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and the Diocese of Tulsa Catholic Schools.

For more information the opportunity please contact please contact Mathew Heersche: mheersche@edu-directions.com(207.216.2692)

The position profile available at the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10i6dfz7DmMdMmuRRbRdZBqRhCKf5bq26/view?usp=sharing

 

Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a part-time resource teacher. There is a possibility for a full-time position; please inquire if interested.

Responsibilities:

  • Working daily one-on-one or in small groups with students who have psychoeducational assessments

  • Supporting homeroom teachers on tiered instruction by by pushing into classrooms with small groups or pulling out individual students/small groups

  •  Collaborating weekly with a resource team to build individualized curriculum instruction to meet learning needs

  • Provide spiritual, emotional and academic support to students

  • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

  • Four-year undergraduate degree

  •  Experience and willingness to work with neurodiverse students ages TK to 8th grade

  •  Excellent oral and written communication skills  Ability to plan, implement and follow an innovative curriculum

  • Comfortable working in a Catholic experience

    This position is available in mid-August. NDV offers competitive compensation. Please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

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Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8)

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located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a classroom aide. The main role of the classroom aide is to

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help reduce the teacher-student ratio during the instructional program.

Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLASSROOM AIDE (2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR)

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- Report to the classroom teacher no later than 7:45 a.m.

- Assist with keeping students on task and provide additional assistance with individual students or small

groups who need extra help or monitoring to achieve success

- Lead small learning group activities and follow the classroom procedures outlined by the teacher

- Monitor groups of students during enrichment classes; i.e. art, music, science lab, computer and library

as directed by the teacher

- Assist the teacher with student questions and student behavior

- Assist with clerical work including filing, copying, as assigned

- Perform playground supervision duties

- Perform other duties as assigned

Prerequisites:

- Four-year undergraduate degree

Salary:

Competitive compensation plus medical and dental benefits

Hours:

Full-time (7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; 7:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Minimum Days)

The position begins August 12, 2022.

STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
All school staff of Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of San Francisco shall be employed without regard to race, color, sex, ethnic or national origin and will consider for employment, qualified applicants with criminal histories. (Administrative Handbook #4111.4)

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- Experience working with school age children

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- Comfortable working in a Catholic school environment

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- Current First Aid/CPR certification

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references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks a part-time recess aide to assist teachers. There is a possibility for a full-time position; please inquire if interested.

Requirements:

Experience working with school age children (ages 4-14) in school, athletics, or camp environments;

  • Is a positive presence with strong leadership skills;
  • Works well with adults and children ages 5 – 14;
  • Comfortable working in a Catholic school environment;
  • Has strong organization skills;
  • Is patient;
  • Is energetic; and
  • Other duties as assigned. Hours: 9:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Salary: Competitive

Please send resume, cover letter and contact information for references to office@ndvsf.org, attention Sarah Currier, Principal

 

Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires, a Catholic elementary school (Transitional Kindergarten - Grade 8) located in downtown San Francisco, seeks part-time tutors for its extended care/afterschool program for the 2022-2023 school year. There is a possibility for a full-time position; please inquire if interested.

Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  •  Lead/supervise indoor and outdoor academic and extracurricular activities for Transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade students

  •  Supervise homework and provide academic support as needed to students in all grades

  • Maintain discipline

  •  Assist with preparing and serving snacks

  •  Attend staff meetings

  • Provide other assistance in the implementation of the extended care/afterschool program as directed

  • Perform other duties as assigned

    Hours:

  • Mondays: 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Tuesdays to Fridays: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Fourth Monday of each month and other occasional dates, depending on the school calendar: 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Salary: Competitive compensation

  • Requirements:

  • Experience working with school age children (ages 4 to 14 years old) in a similar setting (i.e.,

    schools, childcare centers, camp programs)

  • Able to provide academic support to students in all grades

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Have a positive positive attitude and be flexible

  • Able to work well with adults and enjoy working with children

  • Comfortable working in a Catholic school environment

  • Current First Aid/CPR certification

    Desired: Candidates plan to enter the field of education

Positions begin August 16, 2022. Please email cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.

Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton

Contact:  James B. Everitt, Ed.D.

jeveritt@shschools.org

650-454-8446

 

Position Title:                Lower School Teacher 

Date Modified:               January 2022

FLSA Classification:      Exempt, 100%FTE, 10-month schedule of duties

Reports To:                   Principal of P-8

Position Purpose: The classroom teacher is responsible for all aspects of creating a dynamic learning environment for students in the class.

Specific Expectations for P-8 Employees:

​​In addition to regular teaching responsibilities (including but not limited to  preparing curriculum and grade reporting, class prep, student reporting – report card narratives, parent-teacher conferences, supervision duties, classroom substitution, advisory, elective teaching, office hours, outdoor education/field trips, etc.), the following duties and responsibilities are required as part of the P-8 faculty/staff workload:

 Responsibilities beyond the boundaries of teaching assignments that foster a growth mindset in order to continually improve our P-8 program such as professional development and trainings, attendance of or participation in, mandatory meetings and/or events (Director’s Days, Open Houses, accreditation meetings, etc.) are required as directed by your supervisor.  All employees will be paid appropriately and according to current law. All employees will be paid appropriately and according to current law. If staff are required to work outside of regular work schedule, permission to work outside of the regular work schedule is required; non-exempt employees will receive overtime pay, as eligible.

Essential Functions

  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.

  • Plan and conduct activities for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration, and work time that provides students with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate.

  • Instruct students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations.

  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to students.

  • Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments in order to evaluate students' progress.

  • Meet with parents and guardians to discuss their children's progress, and to determine their priorities for their children and their resource needs.

  • Provide a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use, both in learning activities and in imaginative play.

  • Collaborate with other teachers and administrators in the development, evaluation, and revision of elementary school programs.

  • Attend professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops in order to maintain and improve professional competence.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

  • A clear commitment to the educational philosophy of the school as articulated in the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Schools and professional behavior based in it.

  • Master’s degree or post graduate work in education, will consider a BA degree with a teaching credential and 10 years of recent, relevant experience.

  • A minimum of 3 years as a lead teacher in an independent school environment.

  • Willingness to adapt to an existing curriculum as well as contribute ideas to enhance the respective academic programs. 

  • Strong teaching ability; enjoy working with children. 

  • Fluency in reading, writing and speaking in English. Additional skills in Spanish strongly preferred.

  • Excellent verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills. 

  • Ability to work well with students and colleagues; willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the SHS community. 

  • Obvious passion for the academic subject matter being taught. 

  • Commitment to equity and inclusion. 

  • Excellent computer skills

  • Excellent attendance and punctuality.

  •   Experience of any kind in a Sacred Heart school strongly preferred.

  •   Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills.

 

Physical Requirements and Work Environment

  • Works in a stressful environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines and a varied and diverse array of contacts.

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

  • Ability to safely and comfortably travel across the 64 acre campus.

  • Ability to safely and occasionally lift up to 45 lbs. and regularly lift up to 10lbs.

  • Work primarily in a traditional climate controlled classroom environment.

  • Work intermittently in outside weather conditions typical to the Peninsula Bay Area, including extreme heat, cold and damp, supervising students.

Catholic Job Opportunities

The Regional Conference of Christian Brothers (RCCB) is a canonical body within the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian schools that oversees the Lasallian Region of North America (RELAN) and is composed of the Brother Visitors (Provincials) for each of the four Lasallian Districts in the Region. 

The executive director of Christian Brothers Conference will be a devoted Catholic who demon- strates a genuine desire for a deep commitment to the Lasallian mission and charism, Catholic education (i.e. primary, secondary and higher education) and formation for the Lasallian mission. Reporting to the Lasallian Education Council, the executive director will model servant leadership reflective of the charism of the De La Salle Christian Brothers and their Lasallian Partners and the Catholic tradition that is their foundation. The executive director will have administrative/ management experience and distinction as a proven leader capable of managing and inspiring a diverse group of people around a unified vision. A graduate degree is preferred.

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The Lasallian District of San Francisco New Orleans is seeking a Director of Board Formation. This leadership position provides support and services to the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Trustees, and apostolates of the District of San Francisco New Orleans to advance the Lasallian Catholic mission. The administrative headquarters of the District of San Francisco New Orleans is located in Napa, CA, with an additional office in Covington, LA . This position joins a hybrid remote/on-site team that is currently based in Napa and Covington, as well as in New Orleans, LA, Denver, CO, and Atlanta, GA. In service to the Brothers and the Lasallian mission, this team practices a shared commitment to intentionality, community, and collaboration.

The Director of Board Formation plays a key role in advancing the Lasallian Catholic educational mission across the District of San Francisco New Orleans. Part of a dynamic Office of Education hybrid remote/on-site team who reside and work in four differing states, this position provides on-site and remote support in a variety of ways to the Boards of Trustees of the schools of the District. Primarily through formation and accompaniment, ongoing advising, workshops and consultation, and additionally through virtual support and the development of resources, the Director of Board Formation intensively focuses on training all new Trustees of each of the District’s schools

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The Lasallian District of San Francisco New Orleans is seeking a Director of Formation for Mission. This leadership position provides support and services to the De La Salle Christian Brothers and apostolates of the District of San Francisco New Orleans to advance the Lasallian Catholic mission. The administrative headquarters of the District of San Francisco New Orleans is located in Napa, CA, with an additional office in Covington, LA . This position joins a hybrid remote/on-site team that is currently based in Napa and Covington, as well as in New Orleans, LA, Denver, CO, and Atlanta, GA. In service to the Brothers and the Lasallian mission, this team practices a shared commitment to intentionality, community, and collaboration.

The Director of Formation for Mission plays a key role in advancing the Lasallian Catholic educational mission across the District of San Francisco New Orleans. Part of a dynamic Office of Education hybrid remote/on-site team who reside and work in four differing states, this position provides on-site and remote support in a variety of ways to the 22 schools of the District. Primarily through formation and accompaniment, and additionally through virtual support and the development of resources, the Director of Formation for Mission intensively focuses on orienting all new faculty and staff of each of the District’s schools, consulting with local to school leaders to respond to needs, and guiding those responsible for mission formation within their local school settings.

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The Foundation for Theological Education in Southeast Asia (FTESEA) has, for over eighty years, been supporting the on-going development of theological thought and education in China and Southeast Asia and recently has expanded that mission to include all of Asia and the Pacific. Its priorities, in addition to disbursing annual grants, include a commitment to networking, facilitating, and initiating programs in contextual theological education focused on faculty development and women’s leadership and the enhancement of library and electronic information services. 

FTESEA is seeking an Executive Director, located in the United States, who will work with the Board of Trustees of the Foundation to :

  •  Establish and implement a plan of action and procedures through which the expanded mission and priorities might be realized. 
  • Attend to or ensure that the relationships with FTESEA’s ecumenical associates continue to be nurtured and that such associates are kept aware of the direction of the Foundation’s process in visioning and priorities. 
  • Give leadership to the committees of the Board to ensure that ongoing projects are progressing in a timely manner. 
  • Oversee the annual cycle of administrative duties, including the process of receiving and disbursing grant requests. This includes coordinating their disbursement with the Treasurer and Accountant thus ensuring this work is carried out in a competent and timely manner. The ED will also oversee the Treasurer and Accountant and any other future staff.

Application details:

Website: https://www.ftesea.org 

Email: fteseasearch@gmail.com 

The board of trustees at Seattle Preparatory School has opened a search for a president, whose term will begin July 2023. The president is hired by and is accountable to the school’s board of trustees. Supported by a strong administrative leadership team, the president works in partnership with the administration, faculty, staff and families to carry out the mission of the school.

Located in the North Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, the school is mission-centered and committed to its Ignatian identity. In embracing the notion of magis (the “more”) and cura personalis (care for the person), Seattle Prep focuses on each person, their sacredness, and challenges each to think bigger, act more boldly, inspire more and accomplish things which were not thought possible. Teachers and students are motivated by this Jesuit charism which is palpable throughout the campus.

For more information the opportunity please contact please contact Mathew Heersche: mheersche@edu-directions.com (207.216.2692)

The position profile available at the following link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/10GW7KzY_rHQvHiCRyDUt4Pm8meOIgfrw/view?usp=sharing

Fordham Preparatory School, a Jesuit, all-male, Catholic school in the Bronx has initiated a search for its next President. Fordham Prep was founded in 1841 as St. John’s College and is rooted in its Catholic Jesuit Catholic tradition. The Board and the school community are looking for a leader who is committed to this Ignatian identity and making this the cornerstone of Prep as well as in the wider community. This leader is expected to be a collaborator in the truest sense of the word, who firmly believes in the value of shared perspective and the importance of listening across the Prep community. The students and faculty are at the heart of the Fordham Prep experience and the next president will actively engage all constituents, embrace the community, culture and purpose of Fordham Prep.

For more information the opportunity please contact please contact Mathew Heersche: mheersche@edu-directions.com (207.216.2692)

The position profile available at the following link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/10oLGdx5CMdKsYVsgy2jcQfm5rc__a5fV/view?usp=sharing