Careers

At Convent & Stuart Hall, we are committed to developing resilient, resourceful and engaged thinkers who are equipped to thrive in an evolving world. Our rigorous K-12 educational model is a dynamic blend of single-sex classes within a coeducational environment, supported by small class sizes with resources reflective of a large school. We deliver an interactive learning experience, curated by faculty highly regarded in their academic fields, so that students graduate with confidence in what they know, how they think and who they are. Our community is part of an international network of Sacred Heart schools, where students and adults embrace the catholic charism of our Sacred Heart founders, which is spiritually inclusive and global in nature.

The school is organized into four academic divisions, each led by a Head of School, and sharing resources and a central administration, all of which is under the direction of the President.

The school is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Opportunities

Math Teacher

Position Announcement

Convent & Stuart Hall (Stuart Hall for Boys) is seeking excellent candidates for a Mathematics teacher for Grades 5, 6 and 7. This is a part-time (75%), fully benefited position to begin by January 3, 2017.

Job Description and Qualifications

Stuart Hall for Boys is a division within Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco, serving boys in grades K-8. Stuart Hall seeks an experienced Mathematics teacher who is passionate about engaging, motivating and working with boys of this age and who will differentiate instruction to meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles. Candidates should be compelling educational practitioners who are have a strong math background and are confident in their capacity to create and deliver a dynamic and engaging curriculum.

  • MA and/or valid CA Teaching Credential
  • Relevant classroom experience (2+ years)
  • Expertise in teaching math
  • Excellent communication skills with both children and adults
  • History of collegiality and collaboration with other teachers and administrators
  • Ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of students with diverse learning profiles
  • Innovative, creative, and flexible teaching style
  • Understanding of the developmental needs of boys at this age and how they learn best
  • Ability to integrate technology into the curriculum and familiarity with electronic communication modes/tools
  • Desire to actively support the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria

How To Apply

Applicants should submit a cover letter and current resume to Head of School Jaime Dominguez.

Director of Athletics

Title: Director of Athletics
School/Department: Athletics
Responsible to: President/Division Heads
Classifications: Exempt

Position Announcement

Convent & Stuart Hall is seeking excellent candidates for a Director of Athletics who will work closely with our current Athletic Directors and will also be charged with the development of an organization structure that serves our K-12 aspirations.

Purpose

The primary purpose of the Director of Athletics is to provide leadership and to coordinate, implement and maintain all athletic programs and physical education curriculum for the lower, middle and upper schools.

Characteristics/Qualities

The following qualities/characteristics are expected of every Sacred Heart educator

    • Collaborative
    • Approachable
    • Positive
    • Flexible
    • Patient
    • Collegial
    • Organized
    • Enthusiastic
    • Innovative
    • Reflective
    • Accountable

Duties/Responsibilities

    • Develop, administer and assess athletic programs that align with the School’s mission
    • Develop K-12 physical education and athletic curriculum
    • Act as a liaison to the CIF and compliance with CIF rules and regulations
    • Hire, maintain, supervise and evaluate all physical education faculty, athletic trainers, coaches and athletic personnel
    • Design an annual professional development plan for each role within the department
    • Supervise the verification of student eligibility and coaches’ certifications
    • Manage the athletic budget
    • Supervise department scheduling of on and off campus field and facility usage
    • Establish and maintain systems of communication for students, parents, coaches, faculty, staff and administration regarding schedules, policies, and other related updates
    • Oversee the scheduling of games and officials and coordination of transportation
    • Oversees club athletic programs
    • Serve as the Athletics/Physical Education Department Head and attend the Academic Department Chair meetings
    • Maintain and update athletic department handbook
    • Keep the President, division heads, and department heads informed on a regular basis
    • Serve as a member of the Full Administration
    • Maintain a positive relationship with local media, other schools, and community

Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in athletic administration, physical education, or a related discipline is required, Master’s degree preferred
    • Minimum of 5 years of athletic management experience and prior proven successful experience in athletic administration, preferably in an independent school
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as a proficiency in applicable technology (i.e. maintaining athletic website, Microsoft applications, school databases, etc.), and dynamic interpersonal skills
    • Candidates are expected to support and uphold the mission and vision of the Convent & Stuart Hall Athletic Program

    How To Apply

    Applicants should submit a cover letter and current resume to Human Resource Director .

Client Systems Manager

Title: Client Systems Engineer
School/Department: Central Services / Technology and Educational Innovation (TEI)
Responsible to: Technology Support Director
Classifications: Exempt
Service Period: 12 month position

Position Announcement

As a Convent & Stuart Hall employee, the primary purpose of the Client Systems Engineer is to oversee the processes of preparing, configuring, deploying, and managing all end-user devices issued by the School (currently, 95% Apple OS and iOS), helping ensure the smooth operation of the school’s technology-rich and innovative programs by supporting a collaborative department of 10 technical staff and academic support faculty serving over 1300 students, faculty and staff.

Responsibilities include

    • Researching modern deployment systems and strategies, staying current on all related techniques, and recommending changes
    • Managing the preparation, configuring, and deployment of all school devices issued to end-users, such as computers, printers, and mobile devices using tools and services, including:
        • (iOS Specific) - JAMF Casper, Apple Configurator, Apple DEP, Apple VPP
        • (OS Specific) - Munki, Auto Pkg, Deploy Studio, Adobe and Microsoft Office installers
        • (Cross-Platform) - Windows configuration, Web Help Desk, SAL, Radius
    • Managing the ongoing system and software needs of client devices
    • Providing Tier 2 and above direct support to end users and equipment
    • Supporting overall help desk support system of work-orders, phone, email, and face-to-face work, including providing direct support to end users
    • Managing inventory data of client assets including asset tagging and recording of critical equipment, software, and services information, and maintaining an inventory database system
    • Documenting installation and configuration procedures
    • Developing and managing virtual support resources for end users, such as FAQs and instructions for common support requests
    • Managing servers for deployment and client control services, such as DeployStudio and JAMF Casper
    • Developing and supervising a tech support program of student volunteers and student employees engaged in providing direct support services to The Schools
    • Guiding client services-related support staff, including summer student interns and managing related work flow
    • Providing personal support and direct services such as:
        • Troubleshooting / diagnosing software and hardware issues including Mac OS, Apple iOS, Microsoft Windows and other systems in use
        • Assisting with repairing hardware when feasible as well as arranging for outside repair
        • Assisting with arranging for donation or recycling of end-of-life hardware
        • Assisting with network connection problems
        • Assisting with faculty and staff professional development
    • Attending regular technology department meetings
    • Maintaining currency through conferences, workshops, journals and classes
    • Maintaining professional contacts with other schools and organizations

Qualifications

    • BA/BS strongly preferred
    • 2-3 years of experience or similar working within an educational institution
    • Excellent communicator both oral and written language with strong grammar skills
    • Highly proficient with Apple systems, including both OS and iOS
    • Highly proficient with Windows OS systems
    • Highly proficient with Google Apps, Microsoft Office, and Adobe creative products
    • Detail-oriented, organized and willing to take initiative
    • Able to work well in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment filled with frequent interruptions
    • Excellent collaborative teamwork skills
    • Ability to work well with all ages of students and adults
    • Be a role model in embracing and living out the mission, goals and criteria of the school
    • Experience with independent schools preferred

Physical Ability Requirements

    • Regularly lifting or carrying 1-20lbs
    • Regular pushing/pulling/bending/stooping/kneeling
    • Regularly climbing stairs
    • Regularly sitting or standing 4-8 hours

      How To Apply

      Applicants should submit a cover letter and current resume to Human Resource Director .

Technology Department Assistant

Title: Technology Department Assistant
School/Department: Central Services / Technology and Educational Innovation (TEI)
Responsible to: Director of Educational Innovation and Tech Support Director
Classifications: Non-Exempt
Service Period: 12 month position

Purpose

As a Convent & Stuart Hall employee, the primary purpose of the Department Assistant is to be responsible for helping ensure the smooth operation of the school’s technology-rich and innovative programs by supporting a collaborative department of 10 technical staff and academic support faculty serving over 1300 students, faculty and staff.

Characteristics/Qualities

The following qualities/characteristics are expected of every Sacred Heart educator:

    • Collaborative
    • Collegial
    • Approachable
    • Organized
    • Positive
    • Enthusiastic
    • Flexible
    • Innovative
    • Patient
    • Reflective

Duties/Responsibilities

    • Provide Department Support:
        • Maintain inventory records of all hardware, software and network services, including iPads, laptops, desktops, classroom multimedia systems, printers, audio-visual projection/display systems, and other client peripherals
        • Maintain equipment checkout system, including loaner equipment, cameras, audio systems, iPads, laptops, and other peripherals
        • Facilitate repair process with 3rd party vendors
        • Support help desk system of work-orders, phone, email, and face-to-face work, including communication of requests to the appropriate staff, as well as providing some end user support as able
        • Coordinate the virtual support resources for end users such as the department website and other online information dissemination systems
        • Coordinates special events service requests, such as multimedia set-up
        • Supports the work of the academic-focused Educational Innovation Coordinators (EIC), their related programs and other student EIC/classroom related activities
        • Supports the multimedia capture and dissemination of projects and events
        • Supports the installation and update processes for shared devices, such as K-3 shared iPads
        • Assist in arranging for donation, sale or recycling of retired or broken hardware
        • Supports technology services in general including new projects as needs arise
    • Provide Administrative Support:
        • Coordinate the department’s Standard Operating Procedures documentation
        • Send appropriate information to the archives
        • Coordinate and distribute documents necessary for the opening/closing of school year
        • Select/purchase/stock office supplies
        • Coordinate purchasing under direct supervision of Directors
        • Manage Tech Department calendar
        • Facilitate Department payroll
    • Provide Faculty, Staff, Student, and Parent Support:
        • Coordinates logistics for new faculty and staff technology needs
        • Coordinates communications with parents about department procedures including completion of policy agreements, and repair and/or replacement of equipment
        • Supports EICs and Techs during new student, faculty and staff technology related orientations
        • Coordinates equipment return and/or purchase process for departing students, faculty and staff
        • Supports teacher and student implementation of technology projects both in and out of class when appropriate
    • Other Responsibilities may include:
        • Morning drop off duty
        • Afternoon dismissal duty
        • Attendance at Tech Department and EIC meetings
        • Attendance at other meetings as needed
        • Attendance at occasional evening or weekend events, including any ePack roll-out and other tech-related events

Qualifications

    • Must be a highly proficient user of Apple systems including OS and iOS devices
    • Requires 2-3 years Administrative Assistant experience, or other related experience supporting a technology rich environment, preferably in a school setting
    • Excellent writing, communication and grammar skills
    • Must be highly proficient in: Google Apps; Microsoft Excel; database entry and reporting, and other technology applications
    • Must be detail-oriented, organized and willing to take initiative
    • Must have excellent teamwork skills
    • Requires the ability to work well with students and adults
    • Be a role model in embracing and living out the School’s mission, goals and criteria
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred

Physical Ability Requirements

    • Regularly lifting or carrying 1-20lbs
    • Regular pushing or pulling
    • Regularly climbing stairs
    • Bending/stooping/kneeling often
    • Sitting 4-8 hours
    • Standing 4-8 hours

      How To Apply

      Applicants should submit a cover letter and current resume to Human Resource Director .

After School Program (ASP) Staff

After School Program staff members will:

    • Facilitate student transitions
    • Supervise students in academic and recreational settings
    • Lead indoor and outdoor games
    • Prepare, deliver, and clean up snack
    • Interact with parents & community members
    • Facilitate artistic and creative activities

It is expected that all candidates:

    • Genuinely enjoy working with children
    • Actively participate in afternoon activities and games
    • Are kind and considerate of the wide range of student needs
    • Communicate well with others
    • Take pride in a consistent positive attitude
    • Maintain a high level of professionalism
    • Must be available M-F, 2:15-6:00pm

Details:

    • $13-$17/hour
    • Monday- Friday: 2:15-6:00pm
    • Hours and schedules are tied to the school calendar
    • Potential to substitute teach during the school day
    • Potential to coach sports teams in the afternoon
    • Staff Training on Friday, August 26 & Monday, August 30
    • First day of ASP- Tuesday, August 30th

Interested candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest and current resume to Joey Elftmann as soon as possible. Additional information can be found on the After School Program page of the site.

Front of House Manager

As a Schools of the Sacred Heart employee, the Front of House Manager commits to the School’s mission as expressed in the Goals and Criteria to function as the school's representative and lead on-site venue supervisor on the day of Flood Mansion rental events.

Duties/Responsibilities

    • Serve as the lead on-site venue/security supervisor and primary point of contact on the day of facility rental events, including overseeing other on-site facility rental staff and act as the liaison between the School and vendors and clients.
    • Familiarize self with, stays up-to-date on, and enforces all facility rental program policies and protocols.
    • Communicate with Events & Facilities Coordinator pre and post event to ensure facility rental needs are met in line with school policy, including obtaining written and verbal briefings on event logistics and reporting emergency, safety, and facility maintenance issues that arise during facility rental events.
    • Open and close the facility for facility rental events, including unlocking/locking up event areas and unarming/setting alarms. Ensure all lights and kitchen equipment are completely turned off.
    • Conduct tours and walk throughs of facility rental event spaces with prospective and existing clients and vendors as scheduled. Take detailed notes as necessary for Events & Facilities Coordinator to follow-up on.
    • Greet and check in all vendors arriving to set up for facility rental events, advises vendors on strike/curfew times, and supervises load-ins/outs and setups/strikes to ensure damage to the facility does not occur and to minimize disruption to the school premises and neighborhood.
    • Ensure that pre and post facility inspections with caterers and other vendors are executed and security/incident reports are filled out.
    • Primarily retain post at the front entrance/reception desk to prevent trespassers from entering the premises and work in conjunction with other on-site rental staff to ensure campus points of entry and areas prohibited to facility rental events are secure at all times. Maintain awareness of students and other school groups that may be on campus on event days and make accommodations for both school and facility rental events to prevent conflicts.
    • Direct and perform minor janitorial, facility repair, and setup tasks as required, including but not limited to cleaning vomit/broken glass/spills, litter disposal, replenishing bathroom supplies, and small furniture and equipment moving as needed. Must be intimately familiar with facility specifications, including electrical outlets/controls, elevator control room operations, HVAC systems, sprinkler system, and location of supply reserves and equipment.
    • Monitor flow of facility rental events, including making sure clients and vendors adhere to last call, music/liquor cutoff, and vendor strike times. Continuously ensure the comfort and safety of guests, including preventing trip/fall hazards, observing levels of alcohol intoxication, keeping music sound levels within an acceptable range, and facilitating the quiet departure of event guests.
    • Work with on-site rental staff, clients, and vendors on troubleshooting and mediating facility rental event situations as they arise in a hospitable way while ensuring facility rental policies and protocols are enforced.
    • Respond to emergency situations, including applying CPR/first aid and providing comfort for injured constituents and following protocols for fire alarm and police calls.
    • Exercise independent judgment in responding to issues on site directly, by delegating to other on-site facility rental staff, or by contacting the Events & Facilities Coordinator or Plant Operations Manager.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Events & Facilities Coordinator or the Plant Operations Director.

Qualifications

    • B.A./B.S. preferred.
    • Three years experience in the event/hospitality industry strongly preferred.
    • Some facility maintenance, sales, and management/supervisory experience also preferred.
    • Excellent writing, communication, and grammar skills.
    • Must be detail-oriented, organized, and willing to take initiative.
    • Must have excellent teamwork skills.
    • Requires the ability to work well with children and adults.
    • Requires FA/CPR certification (training will be provided).
    • Must be a role model in embracing and living out the Schools’ mission, goals, and criteria.
    • Experience in a school setting preferred.

Pay Period

July 1 through June 30.

Service Period

On call, seasonal. Shifts may range from a couple of hours to twelve hours or more. Must be available to work evenings, weekends, and holidays for any facility rental events that are scheduled.

Pay Scale

Security II or Security III, depending on experience.

Physical Requirements

    • Regularly lifting or carrying 1-75 lbs.
    • Regularly pushing/pulling/bending/stooping/kneeling.
    • Regularly climbing stairs.
    • Regularly sitting, standing, and walking 4-8 hours.

Spanish Long-Term Substitute

Convent & Stuart Hall (high school) is seeking a long-term substitute in Spanish to cover a medical leave from November, 11 2016 through the end of February 2017, or potentially longer. This would preferably be full-time coverage, but part time may be a possibility. The position involves teaching multiple levels of Spanish: Levels 2, 3, 4, and AP and IB Higher Level. Experience teaching International Baccalaureate curriculum strongly desired. Successful candidates will embrace collaboration and growth mindset.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter via email to Head of School Rachel Simpson.

English Long-Term Substitute

Position Announcement

Convent & Stuart Hall (high school) is seeking a long-term substitute in English to cover a medical leave from mid-March to the end of May 2017. This is a 4/5, fully benefited position teaching all-boys classes.

Job Description and Qualifications

Stuart Hall High School is a division within Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco, serving boys in grades 9-12. Convent & Stuart Hall are seeking excellent candidates for the role of high school English instructor. Candidates should be compelling educational practitioners who are confident in their capacity to create and deliver a dynamic, engaging and challenging curriculum to high school students. Qualified candidates should hold an undergraduate degree in the field of study and a Masters degree is preferred. In addition to their teaching assignments, all teaching faculty are expected to contribute to the life of the school community in general.

How to Apply

Applicants should respond by submitting a cover letter and resume to: Tony Farrell, Head of School of Stuart Hall High School. Please send submissions via email to tony.farrell@sacredsf.org.





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