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Marist School Employment Opportunities

The mission of Marist School is to form the whole person in the image of Christ through instruction grounded in religious values, the teachings of the Catholic Church and the spirit of the Society of Mary. This mission is advanced through communal pursuit of excellence in academic, religious, extracurricular, leadership, and service programs.
Marist School Faculty Employment Opportunities
English
9th grade English position available for the 2015-2016 school year. Preference for experienced, faith-driven educators with advanced degree. Ability to coach desired. Please complete the faculty employment application and submit it by e-mail to deloachc@marist.com.

Mathematics
Mathematic position for the 2015-2016 school year includes a concentration in Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus or Calculus. Preference for experienced, faith-driven educators with advanced degree. Ability to coach desired. Persons interested in applying should complete the faculty employment application and submit it by e-mail to deloachc@marist.com.

STEAM Coordinator
Seeking a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) Coordinator for the 2015-2016 school year. The STEAM Coordinator will serve as administrator in the development and growth of STEAM curricula, facilitate collaboration among STEAM departments, and attend as well as coordinate the delivery of professional development in STEAM areas. The STEAM Coordinator will carry a reduced teaching load. Preference for experienced, faith-driven educators with an advanced degree in a STEAM field.Please complete the faculty employment application and submit it by e-mail to deloachc@marist.com.

Theology
Seeking full time Theology teacher with a strong interest in teaching World Religions in addition to other courses in the Theology Department.  A successful candidate will be a practicing Catholic with the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and with students in a twenty-first century learning environment. Graduate degree and teaching experience at the secondary level or religious education experience preferred. Ability to coach desired. Interested parties should complete and submit the faculty employment application.
 
Marist School Non-Academic Employment Opportunities
Director of Alumni Relations
Marist School seeks a full-time Director of Alumni Relations to join the Office for Institutional Advancement. Marist School’s Alumni Relations program focuses on building, maintaining, and strengthening relationships with the school’s 8,500 alumni as well as with the growing body of parents of alumni. Under the guidance of the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and the Director of Development, the Director of Alumni Relations is responsible for development, coordination, and implementation of all alumni programming, including managing and engaging over 100 volunteers in various capacities.
 
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Director of Annual Giving
Marist School seeks a full-time Director of Annual Giving to join the Office for Institutional Advancement. The Director of Annual Giving, who is integral to the success of Marist School’s development program, is responsible for planning and executing the strategies and day-to-day operations of Marist School’s Annual Fund, which raises approximately $1.75 million each year. Money raised through the Annual Fund is critical to the financial stability of the school in that it helps bridge the gap between tuition revenue and operational expenses, including need-based financial aid. The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for managing and engaging over 50 volunteers to help ensure the program’s success.
 
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Positions for Centro Hispano Marista
Centro Program Director
The Program Director is responsible for ensuring the viability of the Centro in serving the marginalized Hispanic population. S/he has overall responsibility for the GED program, working with and managing staff and volunteers.  S/he collaborates with Marist leadership and other outside agencies and volunteers. This position is part-time. Applicants must be bi-lingual in Spanish and English.
 
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GED Academic Dean
The Academic Dean acts as the educational leader of the GED program. Working under the direction of the Centro Program Director, s/he is responsible for ensuring the academic success of students through developing curriculum, managing the day-to-day classroom operations and cultivating volunteers. This position is part-time. Applicants must be bi-lingual in Spanish and English.
 
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Employment Application Instructions
2015 - 2016 Faculty Employment Application
  • Application requirements:
    • Letter of Interest
    • Résumé (listing your complete work history)
    • Application Form
  • Complete the Application for Faculty Employment Form and submit your letter of interest and résumé with the form. Your application, letter of interest, and résumé will be automatically submitted to Mrs. Claudia DeLoach, Assistant to the Principal (deloachc@marist.com).

2015 - 2016 Non-Academic Staff Employment Application
 
  • Application requirements:
    • Letter of Interest
    • Résumé (listing your complete work history)
    • Application Form
  • Complete the Application for Staff Employment Form and submit your letter of interest and résumé with the form. Your application, letter of interest, and résumé will be automatically submitted to Ms. Mary Grace Showfety, Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Director of Development (showfetym@marist.com).