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Position Title: Community Engagement Events Manager

Reports to: Director of Development 

This position is a 10 month position:  August 1st to June 6 (or a week after school lets out). There is a possibility of increasing to a 12-month position with added responsibilities if interested. 


Overview:  Stanley British Primary School, located in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood, is a singular independent school serving children from transitional kindergarten through 8th grade.  For 50 years, Stanley classrooms have been filled with engaged learners guided by inspired teachers. At Stanley, a child's education goes well beyond academics - our teachers and our instruction principles give children the opportunity to reach their full potential academically, creatively, socially, emotionally and physically. We asked parents, teachers, staff and students to reflect on why they chose Stanley BPS. The answers we heard reflect a place and a philosophy unlike any other in the Denver independent school landscape. Teaching and learning at Stanley goes beyond a simple education. Students here have a chance to play, to choose, to interact and to own and embrace their own learning. 


We value:

  • An inclusive and diverse community

  • Joyfulness

  • Lifelong learning

  • Positive and constructive communication

  • Creativity, flexibility, and resourcefulness

  • An understanding of children and childhood

  • Commitment to making a positive difference in the world


The Community Engagement Events Manager, a member of the Stanley British Primary Development team, is responsible for designing and implementing strategies, both short and long-term, for increased engagement of all constituencies within the Stanley British Primary School community through substantive events, stewardship, communications, collaboration, and cultivation leading to meaningful relationships. The Manager will be expected to assist with school-related special events that engage any or all constituencies and elements within the Stanley community. This role will also serve as the primary contact for the day-to-day activities of the Parents’ Association, working with the Director of Development to support the PA leadership team.  


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

General Event Management

  •  Coordinate events sponsored by the development office, including but not limited to cultivation and stewardship events, Leadership Donor Reception, Bingo for Britain, Grand People’s Day, Coffeehouse, Stan Talks, the Shindig/Bulldog Fest, Graduation Dinner, new parent orientation, parent coffees, and other fundraising and community building events.

  • Work with appropriate staff and volunteer leadership to conceptualize the event, including the purpose, targeted audience, key themes and messages, location and timeline.

  • Identify and manage vendors, including contacts at outside venues, caterers, party rentals, florists, etc. and work with the business office to ensure contracts adequately protect the school.

  • Coordinate with the Communications Manager to produce marketing materials (invitations, programs, letters, signage, etc.) and promotions of events via Web site, social media and other communications channels, as appropriate.

  • Create, sometimes independently and sometimes in coordination with other members of the community engagement office, briefings for administrators, trustees, HOS, and others on their roles in events, including, if necessary, a briefing packet (guest list, program, script, etc.) about the event with adequate lead time.

  • Closely collaborate with various departments to determine A/V and technical set up, facilities setup, seating, décor, and event staffing requirements

  • Maintain event budget and prepare post event reports

  • Carry out additional responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Development to include, but not limited to: clerical assistance and office management

 Parents’ Association

  • Serve as liaison to the Stanley Parent’s Association to ensure timely communication and priority alignment between the PA and the school.  

  • Collaborate with PA leadership and steward the association to help achieve overall goals and mission; the Event Manager will likewise provide guidance and assistance in navigating school systems and processes, and assist events and activities as a strategic partner.

  • Coordinate with Communications manager on all PA-related communications

Family Engagement

  • Coordinate with Development Office, Administration, and Parent’s association to revise volunteer program, including identifying, consolidating and promoting volunteer opportunities across campus.

Qualifications:

  • Creative problem-solving skills

  • Strong initiative and attention to detail

  • Superior time management, multi-tasking abilities and team-playing skills

  • Passion for education and diversity, equity, and inclusion

  • This position demands flexibility and a positive attitude. Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends.


Professional Requirements:  

  • Bachelors’ Degree, with three to five years experience in event or project management 

  • Volunteer recruitment and management experience

  • Database management and Microsoft Office software suite experience, including high

  • Proficient with Google product suite, Canva, microsoft office, and familiarity with Google platforms, including Google Docs. 


Compensation:

The 10-month Salary range $45,000-55,000 commensurate with experience. 

The salary range listed is just one component of StanleyBPS’ total compensation  for employees. Stanley provides excellent benefits including medical, dental, life and disability insurance, retirement, paid time off in addition to paid fall, holiday and spring breaks, tuition remission and professional development.  


Equal Opportunity Employer:

Stanley BPS is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons, regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.  This policy covers all programs, services, policies, and procedures of Stanley BPS, including admissions, employment, and access to services and programs.


To Apply:

To initiate an application, send a cover letter and resume to: 

Susan Farr

Stanley British Primary School

Executive Assistant to the Head of School

[email protected]


Interviews will start as resumes are received. We will be accepting resumes until our position is filled.

 

Position Title: Front Desk and Administrative Coordinator to start August 1, 2024

Reports To: Director of Operations

This position is a 10 month position:  August 1st to June 6 (or a week after school lets out). 

Overview:  Stanley British Primary School, located in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood, is a singular independent school serving children from transitional kindergarten through 8th grade.  For 50 years, Stanley classrooms have been filled with engaged learners guided by inspired teachers. At Stanley, a child's education goes well beyond academics - our teachers and our instruction principles give children the opportunity to reach their full potential academically, creatively, socially, emotionally and physically. We asked parents, teachers, staff and students to reflect on why they chose Stanley BPS. The answers we heard reflect a place and a philosophy unlike any other in the Denver independent school landscape. Teaching and learning at Stanley goes beyond a simple education. Students here have a chance to play, to choose, to interact and to own and embrace their own learning. 

We value:

  • An inclusive and diverse community

  • Joyfulness

  • Lifelong learning

  • Positive and constructive communication

  • Creativity, flexibility, and resourcefulness

  • An understanding of children and childhood

  • Commitment to making a positive difference in the world

 

The Front Desk and Administrative Coordinator position serves as an integral part of the Stanley team: coordinating, welcoming and managing all the coming and goings of the main entrance of the campus and creating an organized, safe and joyful welcome to our amazing school.  This is a shared position with the afternoon Front Desk and Administrative Coordinator.  The successful candidate will need to have strong organization and communication skills, thrive in a fast paced environment and be detail oriented. The successful candidate will need to be an empathetic and resourceful problem-solver with a genuine commitment to children, safety and Stanley British Primary School culture.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Welcome students, visitors and staff warmly and positively.

  • Answer all incoming phone calls in a pleasant manner and direct calls appropriately.

  • Monitor and maintain a secure entry to the school by ensuring adherence to door and visitor management policies and procedures. 

  • Serve as a valued resource to visitors, faculty and staff in a high-energy, high traffic, dynamic school environment. 

  • Serve as the key source of knowledge on the school calendar, special events, after-hours activities, field trips and operations.

  • Coordinate student attendance; distributing before/after care sign-ups, check in/out students, follow up with teachers and parents to ensure attendance records are accurate throughout the day and locating students for early dismissal or pickup. 

  • Maintain supplies at Front Desk, in Admin Closet, in Faculty Lounge and in TK-5 art supply closet.

  • Maintain forms, labels and signs posted in and around Hambidge, in faculty lounges and on Blackbaud; including the bulletin board by the main entrance.

  • Assist students with first aid needs.

  • Perform administrative duties as assigned by the Accounting Manager and Student Health Operations Manager.

  • Maintain the Hambidge Commons: distribute mail to staff mailboxes, periodically straighten up staff lounge and lobby areas, coordinate requests to display student work and bulletin board displays and manage the lost and found.

  • Maintain the coffee and tea bar for faculty and guests. 

  • Assist with dismissal, carlines and final release of students. 

  • Other duties as assigned. 


Qualifications: 

  • Professional demeanor, grace under pressure, and exceptional commitment to confidentiality and discretion. 

  • Strong written and verbal communication abilities.

  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.

  • An empathetic nature with a genuine commitment to children, colleagues and Stanley’s school culture.

  • Ability to juggle competing priorities from multiple directions. 

  • Adaptability with effective and resourceful time management skills and proactive problem solver.

  • Cultural competency working with diverse families, students and staff. Foreign language is a plus.

  • Experience with school-based software, data management and graphic design tools such as SchoolPass/Raptor, Magnus, Blackboard, Blackbaud and Canva is preferred.


Professional Requirements:  

  • Bachelors’ Degree, with a minimum of three years’ experience in a fast-paced administrative environment; strong preference for independent school experience. 

  • Customer service experience involving multiple pathways for serving constituents – phone, in-person, written.

  • Database management and Microsoft Office software suite experience, including high proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and familiarity with Google platforms, including Google Docs. 

  • Bookkeeping and medical file management experience is a plus.


Compensation and Hours:

The pay range is $23-$26 per hour.   The regular hours for this 10- month (August- May/early-June),  non exempt position are 7:00 am to 3:15 pm. Hours vary during periodic half day and full day faculty/staff professional development meetings.

Compensation is just one component of Stanley’s total compensation for employees. Stanley provides excellent benefits including medical, dental, life and disability insurance, retirement, paid time off in addition to paid fall, holiday and spring breaks, tuition remission and professional development.  

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Stanley BPS is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons, regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.  This policy covers all programs, services, policies, and procedures of Stanley BPS, including admissions, employment, and access to services and programs.


To Apply:

To initiate an application, send a cover letter and resume to: 

Susan Farr

Stanley British Primary School

Executive Assistant to the Head of School

[email protected]


Interviews will start as resumes are received. We will be accepting resumes until our position is filled.

Middle School Spanish Teacher

May 30, 2024 - August 28, 2024

Middle School Spanish Teacher

About Boulder Country Day School

BCD is a premier independent school in Boulder. For over 30 years, Boulder Country Day School has been at the forefront of education in the Boulder Valley and we offer an educational experience where children innovate, create, grow, and thrive. We invite you to discover the BCD difference! From the teachers we hire to our welcoming and safe campus environment to the curriculum we teach, at BCD we honor and celebrate children in everything we do.

Our Values

BCD understands that to truly succeed we must first feel safe and supported in all aspects of our lives. We place a high priority on exploring the world around us, discovering new ways to answer old questions. We believe education teaches us how to think, and not what to think, and we lean on each other to push ourselves to the next level. We also know that learning from the perspectives of others opens our minds and hearts. Finally, as BCD Bulldogs, we show up for one another to create a positive shared experience.

The Position

This is a full time position reporting to the Middle School Head. The Boulder Country Day Middle School Spanish Teacher teaches Spanish in grades 6-8 following the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) model.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Teach up to 5 sections of Middle School Spanish
  • Collaborate with middle school faculty, learning specialists, and division head to build, review, and revise  meaningful and engaging curriculum
  • Participate in ongoing training and weekly faculty meetings 
  • Support enrollment and retention by assisting with tours, events, and other school outreach
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Head of School

The ideal candidate for this position will possess the following:

  • Speak Spanish fluently
  • Bachelor’s in Spanish education, Master’s preferred;
  • Education in or exposure to Developmental Designs for Middle School or Responsive Classroom for Middle School;
  • Experience teaching in grades 6-8;
  • Demonstrated love for working with middle school students;
  • Experience working in an IB setting;
  • Keen interest in experiential learning;
  • Knowledge of or background in independent schools;
  • Desire to teach in a technology rich 1:1 learning environment including innovative use of technology and digital resources;
  • Ability to differentiate within each class;
  • Flexibility, ability to work with change, and strengths in innovation; and
  • Effective communication skills.

Hours and Pay

  • BCD’s Middle School Spanish Teacher will work 7:30-3:30
  • Salary for Learning Specialists starts at $54,000 (for 10 months following an August through May school year calendar) and compensation increases commensurate with years of experience and degree attained.
  • This is an exempt position with part time benefits:
    • 10 paid holidays
    • 6 PTO days
    • Time off with school closures Thanksgiving break, winter break, spring break
    • Sick time – 1 hour of accrued sick leave per 30 hours worked, up to 48 hours per year
    • Health benefits - medical, dental, vision, STD &LTD, life
    • 2024 Wellness Floating Holiday – up to 8 hours to be used in 2024
    • Wellness Stipend – up to $300 on wellness items such as fitness classes, fitness equipment, fitness electronics, massage, chiropractic services, etc.
    • Bereavement leave – up to 5 days for immediate family and 3 days for near relativesMay be eligible for Leave of Absence (FMLA, FAMLI)
    • Tax support - BCD pays 100% of tax, both the employer tax and employee tax for Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI)
    • Retirement, 403(B) pre-tax plan with TIAA with BCD match up to 5%
    • Child(ren) benefits:
      • Tuition support – with tuition reduction based on hours worked for enrolled child(ren) during the school year
      • Childcare support “After 3” – cost reduction for enrolled child(ren) during the school year
      • Summer camp support – cost reduction for child(ren) enrolled in summer camp

 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity Commitment
Boulder Country Day School recognizes and values all forms of diversity and is dedicated to providing an inclusive environment which honors each member for their individual differences, experiences and strengths. Our intentional commitment to embracing and exploring issues of diversity, equity, and inclusivity in support of social justice affords the freedom for all members of our school community to flourish as unique, confident, compassionate, and ethical individuals. 

 

How to Apply

We invite all interested and qualified candidates to send a current resume and cover letter expressing interest in the position to [email protected].

Graland Country Day School is seeking a middle school World Language teacher, who will take on a dual role. The position will be part-time leading Spanish instruction classes for students in Grades 5-8. and part-time as a flexible faculty member.

Teaching in the middle school at Graland is a multi-faceted experience. It is our belief that teaching middle school students is about building relationships. Teachers are responsible for fostering a love of learning and the development of skills necessary to be successful. A successful candidate for this role will be a skilled and engaging Spanish teacher, as well as an experienced teacher who thrives on being flexible, filling in where help is needed and understands the unique needs of middle school students.

A part-time middle school world language faculty member teaches two classes at various grade levels (Grades 5-8). As a member of the World Language department, this role will collaborate and coordinate curriculum and lesson plans with the World Language and other Grade level faculty. Students are placed at the center of learning and the world language teachers also serve as grade level advisors who understand that students’ academic needs and social-emotional well being are paramount. Graland middle school teachers fulfill a variety of roles that may include coaching sports, chaperoning overnight trips, sponsoring clubs, and working with the Gates Innovation Program.
Position Overview:
Graland Country Day School is seeking a Middle School administrative assistant to work closely with the head of school, the Middle School administration and faculty and students in grades 5-8. The position will handle multiple essential administrative assignments to support Middle School operations. The successful candidate will be an experienced assistant who understands school environments and the unique needs of Middle School students. This candidate will be front facing with students, faculty and families and therefore should enjoy working in a collaborative environment in a space that is highly trafficked.

Dawson, a K-12 independent school of 535 students located east of Boulder on a beautiful 112-acre campus, seeks a full-time Upper School French Teacher for the 2024-25 school year.  Dawson is a growing and passionate educational community dedicated to the healthy development and education of all of its students.

Dawson School Mission Statement

Dawson School is dedicated to excellence of mind, body, and character. We prepare students through challenging and relevant learning, to become creative, resilient problem-solvers who bring their best to the world. 


Education and Experience

  • An undergraduate degree in education, French, or related field is required, a graduate degree is preferred 

  • Experience teaching Upper School French

  • Demonstrated classroom management skills and excellent French skills

  • Experience with communicative, proficiency-based approaches preferred  

  • Ability to include technology elements into all aspects of instruction

Professional and Personal Qualifications

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Personal warmth and friendliness

  • An attitude that exemplifies teamwork and personal responsibility

  • Ability to include technology elements into all aspects of instruction

  • Maintain strict confidentiality in all matters

  • Demonstrate enthusiasm for work with all school constituencies

  • Model school virtues of respect, compassion, courage, and integrity

  • Communicate (orally and in writing) effectively with all school constituencies

  • Collaborate and work positively as a member of a team

Duties/Responsibilities

  • Report to Director of Upper School

  • Teach four or five sections of French

  • Lead international trip to French speaking countries

  • Serve as Advisor

  • Participate in class trips and Winterim

  • Actively participate in the extracurricular life of the School

  • Additional duties as deemed necessary by the School

The salary range for this position is $45,000 - $70,000. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, and 401(k). Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume on the Dawson website (www.dawsonschool.org). Click on ABOUT at the top of the page, click on Careers, scroll to the middle of the page, click the link View Current Job Openings and select the Upper School French Teacher posting to apply for this position. Only online applications will be accepted. No phone calls please.   

Dawson School Diversity Statement

Dawson is united in nurturing a culture of belonging that embraces diversity of thought, experience, identity, and passion.

Dawson actively promotes and embraces the exchange of diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds through curricular design, community involvement, and the integration of our four virtues - respect, compassion, courage, and integrity - into every aspect of our community life. It is our responsibility to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all members of our community, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, ability, or religion, as well as to cultivate in each student the ability to make empathetic, socially responsible decisions.

 

Dawson, a K-12 independent school of 535 students located east of Boulder on a beautiful 112-acre campus, seeks a Development Event Specialist for the 2024-25 school year.  This position works a faculty schedule from August 1, 2024  to May 31, 2025. This position is a key member of the school’s Development team and works closely with the Director of Development to support ongoing Development events.  Dawson is a growing and passionate educational community dedicated to the healthy development and education of all of its students.

Dawson School Mission Statement

Dawson School is dedicated to excellence of mind, body, and character. We prepare students through challenging and relevant learning, to become creative, resilient problem-solvers who bring their best to the world.


Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years of experience in development or event planning

  • Experience with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT and ClickBid preferred.

  • Excellent written, oral, and communication skills

  • Excellent organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

  • Proficiency with Mac computers and Google Suite 


Professional and Personal Qualifications 

  • Is a collaborative and supportive member of the Dawson Community

  • Takes initiative and brings fresh ideas to the team

  • Represent the school in a positive manner

  • Actively participates in in-service programs

  • Maintains an attitude that encourages teamwork and personal responsibility

  • Models caring, respect, patience, and appreciation of differences

  • Consistently high-quality work

  • Effective, appropriate, and timely communication with volunteers and vendors

  • Maintain strict confidentiality in all matters

  • Model school virtues of respect, compassion, courage, and integrity

  • Personal warmth and friendliness


Duties and Responsibilities

Event Planning and Execution

  • Establish relationships with volunteers by finding ways they can assist with events and encourage volunteer involvement. Train volunteers for their duties at events.

  • Partner with the Director of Development to coordinate event logistics, including determining volunteer needs, arranging venues, catering, and decor, organizing event setup and cleanup, and ensuring all event logistics (invitations, mailings, follow-up calls and emails, and preparation of event materials) and timelines are followed. 

  • Serve as event lead for several annual events - Farm to Table, Grand Day, and the annual auction.

  • Work with the Director of Development to manage event expenses and budget.

  • Collaborate with the Marketing and Communications Office to create collateral for Development events.

  • Provide event participants opportunities for feedback and evaluation of events.

  • Provide reports, verbally and in writing, to groups as assigned – such as the Board of Trustees, Committees, and the Leadership Team.

  • Works with student groups to help them with planning and executing student-run events such as Pony Puff, Open Mic Nights, Movie Nights, Bake Sales, and more.

  • Other duties as assigned


The salary range for this position is $45,000 to $55,000, and commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), and generous time off.


Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume on the Dawson website (www.dawsonschool.org). Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), and generous time off. Click on ABOUT at the top of the page, click on Careers, scroll to the middle of the page, click the link View Current Job Openings, and select the Development Event Specialist posting to apply for this position. Only online applications will be accepted. No phone calls please.  


Dawson School Diversity Statement

Dawson actively promotes and embraces the exchange of diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds through curricular design, community involvement, and the integration of our four virtues –- respect, compassion, courage, and integrity — into every aspect of our community life. It is our responsibility to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all members of our community, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, ability, or religion, as well as to cultivate in each student the ability to make empathetic, socially responsible decisions.

 

 Position: Lower School Music Teacher

 

St. Mary’s Academy Overview:

St. Mary’s Academy, located in Englewood, Colorado is Metro Denver’s premier Catholic, independent school offering rigorous academics in its co-ed lower and middle schools, and its high school for girls. SMA offers a safe, yet innovative program that embraces all student backgrounds, and fosters character and moral development from Pre-Kindergarten to graduation.

 

SMA is a close community where faculty and staff serve as role models for the students in accordance with a mission to foster excellence in each child through academic achievement, spiritual development and service.  The qualities of a strong work ethic, desire for personal growth, and commitment to life-long learning that St. Mary’s Academy expects of students are likewise an expectation for faculty and staff.  Each day, too, is an opportunity to live the Loretto School Values of faith, community, justice, and respect.

 

SMA is committed to recruiting and retaining diverse faculty and staff who are dedicated to their profession and to the well-being and life of the St. Mary’s Academy community.  St. Mary's Academy does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, sex, disability, marital status, national or ethnic origin, race, sexual orientation, or religion.  This policy applies to all areas of student concerns: educational policies, admission policies (historically high school admission is open to women only), scholarship, and grant-in-aid programs, athletic and other school-administered programs as well as employee/personnel concerns.  St. Mary's Academy is an equal-opportunity employer. 


Job Description:

St. Mary’s Academy is seeking an engaging and dynamic teacher who is qualified to lead the General Music program. This is a full-time, 10-month, exempt position reporting to the division principal, beginning in August 2024. Candidates should have experience in developing and implementing purposeful instruction that leads to musically literate and globally mindful students. Our music educators focus on the Colorado Music Standards of expression, creativity, comprehension, and evaluation as they encourage joyful participation. It is vital that candidates exhibit how they create and foster a love of music in students while teaching the foundational skills of rhythm, notation, harmony, style, and interpretation.  


Successful candidates will model the Loretto Values of Faith, Community, Justice, and Respect in their classroom, and encourage our students to use music as a tool for communicating and expressing these values. St. Mary's Academy expects excellence from all students but fosters growth through adversity, particularly through the exploration of foundational music skills, basic instrumental techniques, and vocal development. St. Mary's advocates for the work of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the classroom, particularly in the music classroom to expose and perform music of various genres, styles, and cultures. 



Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Teach general music to Preschool - 4th grade students;

  • Create a positive classroom culture by incorporating a student-centered and inclusive pedagogy utilizing effective classroom management;

  • Be willing to collaborate with colleagues to develop cross-curricular learning experiences, and with performing arts staff in developing co-curricular or extra-curricular performances;

  • Prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that will facilitate active learning within all levels of experience and age groups;

  • Teach music theory and history as developmentally appropriate for each age group;

  • Motivate pupils and encourage the progress of each individual student through written evaluation as well as daily authentic assessments;

  • Maintain care for school-owned facilities, music, musical instruments, and equipment.

  • Perform other supervisory duties as required of all Lower School teachers, such as recess, lunch, or morning/afternoon pick-up and/or drop-off; and,

  • Communicate effectively with St. Mary’s Academy staff, students, and parents.


Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Music Education or comparable experience in music and education


Knowledge or skills in some or all of the following:

  • Music Together, First Steps in Music, Dalcroze, Orff, Suzuki, Kodaly or another appropriate elementary school-aged music curriculum

  • Proficiency in piano, guitar, and/or ukulele accompaniment skills

  • Vocal pedagogy

  • Band methods

  • Orchestra methods

  • Hand Bell methods

  • Conducting

  • Recorder karate curriculum

  • Curricular emphasis on play, dance, and exploration

  • Music technology, A/V systems, current music software, Google Office software


Salary/Benefits:

The salary range for this full-time, exempt position is $50,000.00 - $68,000.00. St. Mary’s Academy provides excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and life insurance, retirement, paid time off, tuition remission, and opportunities for professional development.

 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and statement of educational philosophy to Jackie Neal at [email protected]. No calls, please.

 

Development Manager

May 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025

St. Elizabeth’s School, an intentionally inclusive K-8 school in northeast Denver, seeks a Development Manager to join with the Director of Philanthropy in raising funds to support our mission and our students.

St. Elizabeth’s School is entering the second year of a three year growth initiative and has increased its annual fundraising by approximately 50% to support our growing student population, our people and our programs. This is a very exciting time to join a school with a unique and compelling mission. The Development Manager will work in collaboration with the Director of Philanthropy to ensure St. Elizabeth’s School achieves its annual fundraising goals. Specifically, the Development Manger will be responsible for executing many aspects of donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, as well as writing grant proposals and reports, managing fundraising events, and maintaining donor records. This position has the opportunity to engage directly with donors, as well as, develop systems for meaningful stewardship.

Lead Preschool Teacher

May 1, 2024 - July 31, 2024

For nearly 25 years Boulder Country Day School has been at the forefront of education in the Boulder Valley. The hallmarks of our school - Community, Character, Academic Excellence, and Small Class Sizes - are the keys to our success and allow us to create an educational experience where children innovate, create, grow and thrive. We believe our children are our future, and, to that end, we offer a broad-based liberal arts education that focuses on developing lifelong learners and responsible global citizens. The Boulder Country Day challenge, Discover Your Excellence, recognizes that excellence is teachable, personal, and can be achieved in a variety of different disciplines - academic, athletic, community service, leadership, and more. We seek to provide just the right amount of nurture, structure, and latitude to live up to this challenge.