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Assistant Residence Life Coordinator - VA (Staunton)
Stuart Hall School
Starting Date: Immediately
Expiration date of posting: Sat., September 30, 2017

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: Total compensation includes housing, full benefits, and competitive salary.
Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree or higher
Contact Information: Katherine Meier, 540-213-7746, kmeier@stuart-hall.org

Assistant Residence Life Coordinator

Stuart Hall School is seeking candidates for the full-time position of Assistant Residence Life Coordinator focusing on Weekend Activities and Academics for residential students. The Coordinator will work to establish programming that meets the unique needs of students so they can engage in positive campus life experiences. This position will report to the Director of Residence Life, and works closely with the Director of Community Life. This position will involve weekday, week night, and weekend commitments. Housing and meals are provided, so living in a dorm apartment is expected.

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Essential responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Plan and organize sporting, recreational and cultural opportunities, both on and off campus, to provide varied options for student participation.

Ensure that those programs are organized and executed at a high professional level with appropriate adult supervision and consistent student participation.

Work closely with residential staff to ensure student involvement in planning and execution of activities.

Work with the academic and residential staff to deliver special school events such as Prom, Homecoming, Community Competitions, and Field Day.

In conjunction with the Communications Department, develop and publish a regular Boarding Student/Parent newsletter.

Together with on-call administrators and other residential staff, assist with dorm supervision; arranges and facilitates students` weekend transportation needs; communicate with families and school personnel as needed; manage discipline and safety issues; and oversee student health needs in conjunction with the Director of Health Services.

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Collaborate with the Director of Residence Life on the following:

Oversee expenditures within the boarding budget for activities;
Boarding student opening week activities including move-in, orientation, and boarder retreat;

Mediation and resolution of roommate conflicts; Student Holiday Travel around major school breaks (Thanksgiving, Christmas, spring, and summer break).

Work closely with campus partners who support the every-day operations of Residence Life facilities (Health Services, Food Services, Maintenance, faculty, Learning Resource Center, and Athletic Director)

Collaborate with Learning Resource Center (LRC) to assess and support the academic needs of boarding students.

Serve as Liaison between LRC and Residential Staff on all academic matters concerning boarders.

Oversee evening study hall program including proctors, procedures, and assessment of individual student needs

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Requirements: Four-year degree required. The ideal candidate will have experience working with adolescents in a residential living and learning community; possess excellent communication and organizational skills; have the ability to work flexible hours; and have a commitment to working in a collaborative and fast-paced environment. Must hold a valid driver`s license. Willingness and ability to transport students in school vehicles is expected.


Director of Admission - NH (Wolfeboro)
Brewster Academy
Starting Date: Sat., July 01, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Wed., February 28, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: DOE
Education Requirements: Master's preferred
Contact Information: Debbie Andrews, deborahtandrews@comcast.net

Brewster Academy
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

Brewster Academy, an independent boarding/day school, provides 360 boys and girls, grades 9 through PG, representing a community of diverse and talented learners, with a transformative and highly personalized education. Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee and close to the White Mountains, its 80 acres offer students and employees classic New England facilities and comprehensive sports and athletic opportunities within a vibrant and resource-rich community.

Reporting to the Director of External Affairs, the Director of Admission will oversee and participate in all aspects of admission, recruitment, financial aid, marketing, budgeting and retention efforts; manage a staff of 6, establishing goals, work plans and operations to meet the School's enrollment and tuition revenue goals; serve as a member of the Senior Administrative Team; and work closely with all Academy constituencies, including the Board of Trustees. The ideal candidate will be a data-driven decision maker, an experienced admission and financial aid professional, and a creative and collaborative leader.

Qualifications:
• A minimum of five years of admissions/financial aid experience; a master's degree or higher preferred.
• Strong analytical and decision making skills.
• Skilled in promoting a vision, communicating a strategy and implementing goals.
• A commitment to being in and supporting a community which focuses on a student-centered education, a diverse representation of learners and a shared responsibility for the growth and development of students both in and outside the classroom.
• Knowledge of and experience working with varied learners; the ability to interpret testing and neuro-psych evaluations; the experience to predict excellent matriculation matches.
• A track record of working successfully with a variety of constituents, including parents, students, referral professionals and faculty and staff.
• Experience successfully training, managing, and mentoring a motivated staff.
• The ability to maximize technological tools for information and database management to reflect, project and forecast enrollment opportunities.
• Experience determining the appropriate role of financial aid in optimizing enrollment attracting the range of students necessary to enhance this vital community.
• A broad-based understanding of marketing that allows one to further an organization`s brand using increasingly varied methods including social media and inbound marketing.
• A work history that includes speaking publicly on behalf of an organization to large audiences and in intimate settings.
• The ability to travel broadly on behalf of the Academy.

To Apply:
For more information please visit www.brewsteracademy.org/employment. To apply please send a cover letter and a resume to deborahtandrews@comcast.net EOE


Female TAC Officer - VA (Woodstock)
Massanutten Military Academy
Starting Date: Immediately
Expiration date of posting: Wed., February 28, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: Negotiable
Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree Preferred
Contact Information: Theresa, 5404592167, tdavis@militaryschool.com

Massanutten is looking for a responsible adult to mentor female cadets within the dormitory.
This position is hands-on and requires you to move through the buildings monitoring cadet behavior throughout the shift.
You must be able to mentor cadets while ensuring their adherence to Academy rules.
You must be able to complete a small amount of required paperwork and submit it in a timely manner.
This position has alternating schedules and includes weekend/evening shifts.
You must be a team player and undertake other duties as assigned.
A valid background check is required for this position.


Admissions Director - Czech Republic (Karlovy Vary)
Carlsbad International School
Starting Date: Mon., May 01, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Wed., March 07, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: upon agreement
Education Requirements: Bachelor´s degree
Contact Information: Human Resources Tereza Brozikova, tbrozikova@carlsbadschool.cz

Please find a detailed job description at
http://carlsbadschool.cz/about-us/careers/


Communications and Marketing Internship - VA (Chatham)
Hargrave Military Academy
Starting Date: Immediately
Expiration date of posting: Fri., June 01, 2018

Job Type: Contract
Estimated Salary: 7.25
Education Requirements: College freshman - recently graduated
Contact Information: Andrea Roa, 434-432-2684, marketing@hargrave.edu

The Communications and Marketing Trainee will provide support to and work in collaboration with the Director of Communication and Marketing at Hargrave in the areas of duties listed below.

Description of Duties:
The Communications and Marketing Trainee will assist the Director in all aspects of the Communications and Marketing department including but not limited to; creating and editing media publications, writing press releases and stories.


Requirements:
College student working toward a degree in Graphic Design, Public Relations, Communications, Marketing or related field
Detail-oriented, organized and excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task and work with strict deadlines
Basic experience with graphic design (Photoshop, InDesign)
Basic experience with DSLR Photography
Website editing and HTML code writing knowledge a plus
Flexible schedule: able to work nights and weekends as needed


Responsibilities:
Assist in maintaining Hargrave website
Assist as needed with social media efforts: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
Assist as needed with community engagements
Write post-game stories and press releases for Hargrave Athletics
Write and edit publications for Hargrave.edu
The trainee will assist in conception and drafting of materials for the school`s alumni magazine `The Guidon."
Be willing and available to help out in other departments as needed.


POSTGRADUATE TEACHING & ADMINISTRATIVE FELLOWSHIPS (ACADEMICS,ESL,STANDARD CHINESE, CAMPUS SUPPORT) - MA (Springfield)
Springfield Commonwealth Academy
Starting Date: Thu., June 08, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Fri., June 08, 2018

Job Type: Contract
Estimated Salary: 13K-20K
Education Requirements: Bachelors+
Contact Information: Laura Ferriter, lferriter@positiveregard.com

You've graduated from college and you want to make the world a better place. Springfield Commonwealth Academy has been waiting for you.

Springfield Commonwealth Academy (SCA), a college preparatory school in Springfield, MA, announces openings in our Postgraduate Teaching and Administrative Fellowship programs for the 2017-2018 academic year. Join our dedicated team of educators and professionals working to provide a high-quality independent school education to students on our historic campus in downtown Springfield.

Use your talents to help our school grow. You`ll gain valuable work experience while making an immediate and lasting impact on the lives of our students. Fellows perform a variety of duties to support school/campus operations and oversee tasks related to a student`s academic experience at Springfield Commonwealth Academy. They maintain a safe & nurturing environment and provide academic instruction, supervision and mentoring. Fellows work closely with other team members to develop a positive, caring & respectful community and provide opportunities for intellectual, emotional, recreational & social growth for all students. We are excited to announce the anticipated addition of international students from China for the 2017-2018 school year and look forward to developing cross-cultural competencies for all SCA students, faculty and staff. Our goal is to develop a holistic educational program that will serve the needs of both domestic and international students.

Springfield Commonwealth Academy seeks qualified Postgraduate Teaching and Administrative Fellows with the demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures in the following areas:

- Standard Chinese Education
- English Language Learning/ESL
- English Language Arts: Grades 9 - PG
- Mathematics: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Statistics
- Science: Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy & Physiology
- Foreign Language: Spanish, French, Standard Chinese, Latin
- Writing Center
- Academic Coordination
- Tutoring/Study Hall Monitor
- Campus Activities
- Residence Hall Staff
- Family Liaison (including translation and communication with parents)

Teaching Fellows teach in classrooms, monitor study halls, and provide academic support. Our classrooms typically have ten to fifteen students. Our faculty and administration work closely as a team to create a lively learning experience across the curriculum. We anticipate that Fellows will assist in professional development for teachers and staff, particularly with regard to Chinese educational culture and overcoming language and cultural barriers with international students. Administrative Fellows perform a variety of duties to support school and campus operations. Fellows will assist in the social adjustment of all students and facilitate communication & translation with families.

While teaching certification is not necessary, a background in education or prior teaching experience is preferred. Our Fellowship positions are ideal for grad students and recent college grads who want to explore teaching as a career. Fellows receive a weekly stipend; there is also potential for on-campus housing.

Qualified candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and a list of three professional/academic references to Laura Ferriter, Director of Human Resources: lferriter@positiveregard.com

We operate a co-ed college preparatory day and boarding school located on a historic campus in downtown Springfield, MA. We offer an extended school day and Saturday school to enrich the academic lives of our students. For the 2017-2018 school year we will educate urban youth and international students in Grades 4 through PG.

We acknowledge and appreciate a diverse and inclusive educational environment. We are committed to diversity in our workforce and encourage applications from individuals who bring cultural, linguistic and other diversity to the campus.


Art Teacher (Grades k-12) - SD (Miller)
Sunshine Bible Academy
Starting Date: Mon., August 14, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Thu., June 28, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: Depends on Experience - Base of $15,000 plus housing, and meals. 10 Month Contract (August to May).
Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Art or appropriate field, ACSI teaching certification or capable of obtaining it.
Contact Information: Jason Watson, 605-853-3071, jason.watson@k12.sd.us

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Goal: The teacher shall prayerfully help students learn attitudes, skills and subject matter that will contribute to their development as mature, able and responsible Christians to the praise and glory of God.

Overview: The teacher shall be a born-again college graduate, certified or certifiable by the state of South Dakota and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), who feels called of God to the teaching profession. Other qualifications may be added as deemed appropriate.

Contracted by: School board, upon recommendation of the superintendent, for one
year.

Responsible to: Superintendent

Supervises: May supervise student teachers, aides and volunteers, as well as students.

Evaluation: Teacher performance will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the school`s policy on evaluation of professional personnel and this job description. Details are found in the Faculty-Staff Handbook.

REQUIRED PERSONAL QUALITIES

The teacher shall:

1. Have received Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.

2. Believe that the Bible is God's Word and standard for faith and daily living.

3. Be in whole-hearted agreement with the school's Statement of Faith and philosophy of education.

4. Be a Christian role model in attitude, speech, and actions toward others.

5. Faithfully attend an evangelical church that is in agreement with the school`s Statement
of Faith.


ADDITIONAL PERSONAL QUALITIES

The teacher shall:

1. Recognize the role of parents as primarily responsible before God for their children's education and be prepared to assist them in that task.

2. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, gratitude, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

3. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity and optimism.

4. Maintain a personal appearance that is a Christian role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

5. Use acceptable English in written and oral communication.

6. Respectfully submit and be loyal to constituted authority.

7. Notify the administration of any policy he/she is unable to support.

8. Appropriately handle all confidential information.

9. Place his/her teaching ministry ahead of other jobs or volunteer activities.

10. Make an effort to appreciate and understand the uniqueness of the community.

JOB DESCRIPTION - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The teacher shall:

1. Reflect the purpose of the school which is to honor Christ in every class and in every activity.

2. Motivate students to accept God's gift of salvation and help them grow in their faith through their witness and Christian role modeling.

3. Lead students to a realization of their self-worth in Christ.

4. Cooperate with the Board and administration in implementing all policies, procedures and directives governing the operation of the school.

5. Teach classes as assigned and in accordance with the prescribed scope and sequence.

6. Integrate biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and activities.

7. Keep proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises for a good learning environment.

8. Maintain a clean, attractive, well-ordered classroom.

9. Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives, and more currently through the use of a Lesson Plan Book.

10. Plan a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students, challenging each to do his/her best work.

11. Utilize valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school's philosophy.

12. Employ a variety of instructional aids, methods and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritual, physical, academic, communal and emotional.

13. Plan, through approved channels, the balanced classroom use of field trips, guest speakers and other media.

14. Use homework effectively for drill, review, enrichment or project work.

15. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

16. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student's progress.

17. Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

18. Recognize the need for good public relations. Represent the school in a favorable and professional manner to the school's constituency and the general public.

19. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents, and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

20. Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with conflict with students, parents, coworkers and administration.

21. Seek the counsel of the administrator, colleagues and parents while maintaining a teachable attitude.

22. Attend and participate in scheduled devotional, in-service, committee and faculty/staff meetings, including Parent-Teacher Conferences.


23. Attend Wednesday evening chapel and other required events during the year as listed
in the Faculty/Staff Handbook.

24. Know the procedures for dealing with issues of an emergency nature.

25. Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any duty assigned.
Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

JOB DESCRIPTION - SUPPLEMENTAL FUNCTIONS

The teacher shall:

1. Supervise or otherwise assist with co-curricular activities, organizations and outings as
assigned.

2. Utilize educational opportunities and evaluation processes for professional growth.

3. Provide input and constructive recommendations for administrative and managerial functions in the school.

4. Support the broader program of the school by attending co-curricular activities when possible.

5. Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the administration.


English Teacher (Upper School) - SD (Miller)
Sunshine Bible Academy
Starting Date: Mon., August 14, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Thu., June 28, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: Depends on Experience - Base of $15,000 plus housing, and meals. 10 Month Contract (August to May).
Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in English or appropriate field, ACSI teaching certification or capable of obtaining it.
Contact Information: Jason Watson, 605-853-3071, jason.watson@k12.sd.us

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Goal: The teacher shall prayerfully help students learn attitudes, skills and subject matter that will contribute to their development as mature, able and responsible Christians to the praise and glory of God.

Overview: The teacher shall be a born-again college graduate, certified or certifiable by the state of South Dakota and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), who feels called of God to the teaching profession. Other qualifications may be added as deemed appropriate.

Contracted by: School board, upon recommendation of the superintendent, for one
year.

Responsible to: Superintendent

Supervises: May supervise student teachers, aides and volunteers, as well as students.

Evaluation: Teacher performance will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the school`s policy on evaluation of professional personnel and this job description. Details are found in the Faculty-Staff Handbook.

REQUIRED PERSONAL QUALITIES

The teacher shall:

1. Have received Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.

2. Believe that the Bible is God's Word and standard for faith and daily living.

3. Be in whole-hearted agreement with the school's Statement of Faith and philosophy of education.

4. Be a Christian role model in attitude, speech, and actions toward others.

5. Faithfully attend an evangelical church that is in agreement with the school`s Statement
of Faith.


ADDITIONAL PERSONAL QUALITIES

The teacher shall:

1. Recognize the role of parents as primarily responsible before God for their children's education and be prepared to assist them in that task.

2. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, gratitude, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

3. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity and optimism.

4. Maintain a personal appearance that is a Christian role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

5. Use acceptable English in written and oral communication.

6. Respectfully submit and be loyal to constituted authority.

7. Notify the administration of any policy he/she is unable to support.

8. Appropriately handle all confidential information.

9. Place his/her teaching ministry ahead of other jobs or volunteer activities.

10. Make an effort to appreciate and understand the uniqueness of the community.

JOB DESCRIPTION - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The teacher shall:

1. Reflect the purpose of the school which is to honor Christ in every class and in every activity.

2. Motivate students to accept God's gift of salvation and help them grow in their faith through their witness and Christian role modeling.

3. Lead students to a realization of their self-worth in Christ.

4. Cooperate with the Board and administration in implementing all policies, procedures and directives governing the operation of the school.

5. Teach classes as assigned and in accordance with the prescribed scope and sequence.

6. Integrate biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and activities.

7. Keep proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises for a good learning environment.

8. Maintain a clean, attractive, well-ordered classroom.

9. Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives, and more currently through the use of a Lesson Plan Book.

10. Plan a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students, challenging each to do his/her best work.

11. Utilize valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school's philosophy.

12. Employ a variety of instructional aids, methods and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritual, physical, academic, communal and emotional.

13. Plan, through approved channels, the balanced classroom use of field trips, guest speakers and other media.

14. Use homework effectively for drill, review, enrichment or project work.

15. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

16. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student's progress.

17. Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

18. Recognize the need for good public relations. Represent the school in a favorable and professional manner to the school's constituency and the general public.

19. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents, and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

20. Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with conflict with students, parents, coworkers and administration.

21. Seek the counsel of the administrator, colleagues and parents while maintaining a teachable attitude.

22. Attend and participate in scheduled devotional, in-service, committee and faculty/staff meetings, including Parent-Teacher Conferences.


23. Attend Wednesday evening chapel and other required events during the year as listed
in the Faculty/Staff Handbook.

24. Know the procedures for dealing with issues of an emergency nature.

25. Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any duty assigned.
Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

JOB DESCRIPTION - SUPPLEMENTAL FUNCTIONS

The teacher shall:

1. Supervise or otherwise assist with co-curricular activities, organizations and outings as
assigned.

2. Utilize educational opportunities and evaluation processes for professional growth.

3. Provide input and constructive recommendations for administrative and managerial functions in the school.

4. Support the broader program of the school by attending co-curricular activities when possible.

5. Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the administration.


FFA Sponsor/Agriculture Instructor - SD (Miller)
Sunshine Bible Academy
Starting Date: Mon., August 14, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Thu., June 28, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: Depends on Experience - Base of $15,000 plus housing, and meals. 10 Month Contract (August to May).
Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in appropriate field, ACSI teaching certification or capable of obtaining it.
Contact Information: Jason Watson, 605-853-3071, jason.watson@k12.sd.us

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Goal: The teacher shall prayerfully help students learn attitudes, skills and subject matter that will contribute to their development as mature, able and responsible Christians to the praise and glory of God.

Overview: The teacher shall be a born-again college graduate, certified or certifiable by the state of South Dakota and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), who feels called of God to the teaching profession. Other qualifications may be added as deemed appropriate.

Contracted by: School board, upon recommendation of the superintendent, for one
year.

Responsible to: Superintendent

Supervises: May supervise student teachers, aides and volunteers, as well as students.

Evaluation: Teacher performance will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the school`s policy on evaluation of professional personnel and this job description. Details are found in the Faculty-Staff Handbook.

REQUIRED PERSONAL QUALITIES

The teacher shall:

1. Have received Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.

2. Believe that the Bible is God's Word and standard for faith and daily living.

3. Be in whole-hearted agreement with the school's Statement of Faith and philosophy of education.

4. Be a Christian role model in attitude, speech, and actions toward others.

5. Faithfully attend an evangelical church that is in agreement with the school`s Statement
of Faith.


ADDITIONAL PERSONAL QUALITIES

The teacher shall:

1. Recognize the role of parents as primarily responsible before God for their children's education and be prepared to assist them in that task.

2. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, gratitude, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

3. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity and optimism.

4. Maintain a personal appearance that is a Christian role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

5. Use acceptable English in written and oral communication.

6. Respectfully submit and be loyal to constituted authority.

7. Notify the administration of any policy he/she is unable to support.

8. Appropriately handle all confidential information.

9. Place his/her teaching ministry ahead of other jobs or volunteer activities.

10. Make an effort to appreciate and understand the uniqueness of the community.

JOB DESCRIPTION - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The teacher shall:

1. Reflect the purpose of the school which is to honor Christ in every class and in every activity.

2. Motivate students to accept God's gift of salvation and help them grow in their faith through their witness and Christian role modeling.

3. Lead students to a realization of their self-worth in Christ.

4. Cooperate with the Board and administration in implementing all policies, procedures and directives governing the operation of the school.

5. Teach classes as assigned and in accordance with the prescribed scope and sequence.

6. Integrate biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and activities.

7. Keep proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises for a good learning environment.

8. Maintain a clean, attractive, well-ordered classroom.

9. Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives, and more currently through the use of a Lesson Plan Book.

10. Plan a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students, challenging each to do his/her best work.

11. Utilize valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school's philosophy.

12. Employ a variety of instructional aids, methods and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritual, physical, academic, communal and emotional.

13. Plan, through approved channels, the balanced classroom use of field trips, guest speakers and other media.

14. Use homework effectively for drill, review, enrichment or project work.

15. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

16. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student's progress.

17. Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

18. Recognize the need for good public relations. Represent the school in a favorable and professional manner to the school's constituency and the general public.

19. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents, and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

20. Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with conflict with students, parents, coworkers and administration.

21. Seek the counsel of the administrator, colleagues and parents while maintaining a teachable attitude.

22. Attend and participate in scheduled devotional, in-service, committee and faculty/staff meetings, including Parent-Teacher Conferences.


23. Attend Wednesday evening chapel and other required events during the year as listed
in the Faculty/Staff Handbook.

24. Know the procedures for dealing with issues of an emergency nature.

25. Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any duty assigned.
Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

JOB DESCRIPTION - SUPPLEMENTAL FUNCTIONS

The teacher shall:

1. Supervise or otherwise assist with co-curricular activities, organizations and outings as
assigned.

2. Utilize educational opportunities and evaluation processes for professional growth.

3. Provide input and constructive recommendations for administrative and managerial functions in the school.

4. Support the broader program of the school by attending co-curricular activities when possible.

5. Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the administration.


Girls\' Dorm Resident Supervisor - SD (Miller)
Sunshine Bible Academy
Starting Date: Mon., August 14, 2017
Expiration date of posting: Thu., June 28, 2018

Job Type: Full Time
Estimated Salary: $15,000 plus housing, and meals. 10 Month Contract (August to May).
Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree Preferred
Contact Information: Wesley McClure, 605-853-3071, wes.mcclure@k12.sd.us

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Goal: The resident supervisor (RS) position at Sunshine Bible Academy (SBA) plays an important role in the mission of the school. SBA offers a unique opportunity for students to develop life-long relationships and learn from other students and staff through the boarding experience. When the academic day ends until school resumes the following day, the RS will be responsible for supervising, counseling, encouraging students in their studies, mentoring and disciplining students. Life in the dorm sets the tone for the entire ministry and needs to be a haven of security where every student has a sense of belonging. The RS functions as a "proxy parent" for the students who board at the school.

Overview: The RS shall be a born-again individual who feels called of God to the unique responsibilities of this position. Other qualifications may be added as deemed appropriate.

Contracted by: School board, upon recommendation of the superintendent and dean of students, for one year.

Responsible to: Dean of Students

Supervises: Students.

Evaluation: RS performance will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the school`s policy on evaluation of personnel and this job description. Details are found in the Faculty-Staff Handbook.

REQUIRED PERSONAL QUALITIES

The resident supervisor shall:

1. Have received Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.

2. Believe that the Bible is God's Word and standard for faith and daily living.

3. Be in whole-hearted agreement with the school's Statement of Faith and philosophy of education.

4. Be a Christian role model in attitude, speech, and actions toward others.

5. Faithfully attend an evangelical church that is in agreement with the school`s Statement
of Faith.


ADDITIONAL PERSONAL QUALITIES

The resident supervisor shall:

1. Recognize the role of parents as primarily responsible before God for their children's education and be prepared to assist them in that task.

2. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, gratitude, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

3. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity and optimism.

4. Maintain a personal appearance that is a Christian role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

5. Use acceptable English in written and oral communication.

6. Respectfully submit and be loyal to constituted authority.

7. Notify the administration of any policy he/she is unable to support.

8. Appropriately handle all confidential information.

9. Place his/her ministry at SBA ahead of other jobs or volunteer activities.

10. Make an effort to appreciate and understand the uniqueness of the community.

JOB DESCRIPTION - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The resident supervisor shall:

1. Take an active leadership role in working with the students/be a role model in all areas of life.

2. Reside in the dorm and be active in promoting and taking part of dorm activities.

3. Oversee group devotions and help nurture a love for the Lord and His Word.

4. Confront situations immediately when students behave inappropriately or are disrespectful.

5. Show constant support of school, administration and teaching staff.

6. Assist in getting students up in the mornings and settled to bed at night.

7. Report all students who are ill to the dean.

8. Supervise evening study hall time.

9. Lock doors after lights out.

10. Work approximately every other weekend to supervise students who stay on campus for the weekend (some exceptions for SBA event weekends where all staff are on duty).

11. Drive students into town for medical appointments.

12. Administer medications as directed by a physician/parent and maintain detailed medication log.

13. Monitor students during sporting events and special programs.

14. Model and teach stewardship and cleanliness in the dorm area and throughout the whole school.

15. Return to campus by 6:00 pm the day before school resumes, unless plans have been cleared by the dean.

16. Attend staff meetings on Monday mornings at 9:00 am and daily meetings with the dean.

17. Take care of personal business during off times unless otherwise approved by the dean.

18. Recognize the need for good public relations. Represent the school in a favorable and professional manner to the school's constituency and the general public.

19. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

20. Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with conflict with students, parents, coworkers and administration.

21. Seek the counsel of the administrator, colleagues and parents while maintaining a teachable attitude.

22. Attend and participate in scheduled devotional, in-service, committee and faculty/staff meetings.


23. Attend Wednesday evening chapel and other required events during the year as listed
in the Faculty/Staff Handbook.

24. Know the procedures for dealing with issues of an emergency nature.

25. Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any duty assigned.

26. Perform other duties as assigned.


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