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  • Administrative Assistant, Counseling Office

    The administrative assistant to the counseling office is a full-time, non-exempt, classified staff position (paid hourly) that reports to the director of counseling. The administrative assistant maintains a workspace in the counseling office lobby and provides administrative assistance to the entire counseling staff. This 11 month position runs from approximately August 5 through June 30 each year, has workday hours set at roughly 7:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. and requires occasional extended hours, nights, and/or weekend attendance.  
     
    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    1. Assistant and receptionist to counseling staff
      1. Greets all visitors, parents, students, college representatives, and guests.
      2. Oversees the counselors’ calendars and coordinates/schedules appointments with students, parents, faculty, and college representatives.
      3. Publicizes all college visits in school bulletin and on college counseling section of webpage.
      4. Provides daily administrative support, maintains the counseling reception area, answers phones, handles general counseling inquiries, etc.
      5. Keeps the counseling and college counseling sections of the web page current.
      6. Coordinates email communication between students, parents, and faculty with counselors, and coordinates the counseling office information that is included in the monthly Parent Newsletter that is generated from Principal’s Office.
      7. Coordinates weekly email communication to students and parents of counselor updates for the upcoming week.
      8. Maintains monthly counseling calendar.
      9. Updates and photocopies all forms and handouts for counseling department, including parent and student meetings.
      10. Assists with the ordering, maintaining, and organizing of all standardized testing materials for PSAT, SAT and Subject Tests, ACT, and AP tests.
      11. Attends all counseling department meetings and records minutes.
      12. Handles department office supply inventory and ordering.
      13. Updates and maintains counseling bulletin boards in office and on campus
      14. Assists CSF coordinator in September and January to update and implement applications and student records.
    2. Event planning
      1. Coordinates the details for all counseling events (i.e. PSAT, SAT School Day, CSF, Parent Information Meetings, College Fair, Financial Aid Night, Case Studies, FAQ’s. etc) including: facilities requests, hospitality/catering, and technical assistance.)
      2. Creates the college fair invitation and handles the College Representative RSVP’s.
      3. Prepares materials for standardized testing, PSAT, SAT and AP Exams, assembles by grade level, distributes, collects, submits setup requests and coordinates use of facilities, and coordinates UPS same-day pickup.
      4. Creates flyers, signs, brochures, ad hoc reports and special projects etc. as needed for all counseling events.
    3. Database Management
      1. Ensure all students and parents have Naviance accounts, including activating freshman accounts and resetting passwords as needed.
      2. Set up and maintain RepVisit account and college visit requests
      3. Maintains list of college rep contacts.
      4. Participates in Naviance webinar and trainings as needed
      5. Upload official PSAT, SAT, and ACT scores into Naviance
      6. Maintain databases for summer programs, scholarships, and college representatives in Naviance.
      7. Assist college counselors with uploading of transcripts, secondary school forms, counselor recommendation letters, and school profile into Naviance.
      8. Run Naviance reports for counselors and administrators.
      9. Make sure seniors are updating Naviance and check for accuracy.
      10. Maintain database of students requiring accommodations; file and organize all materials for extended time.
      11. Maintain database of tutors and tutoring services and referral resources.
      12. Distribute, collect, and maintain CSF applications and database.
      13. Distribute, collect, and maintain NHS applications and tutoring logs.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
      • Bachelor's Degree required; previous experience and/or knowledge of college admissions and application process preferred.
      • Must maintain strict confidentiality and trust in handling sensitive student and parent matters, administrative concerns, and personnel issues.
      • Strong social skills, a welcoming demeanor, flexibility, the ability to work independently and show initiative, and the ability to multitask with large volume of work in a fast-paced environment that is intensely deadline-driven are essential. Attention to detail and the ability to see the big picture are desired, as is a sense of humor.
      • Must be proficient in technology (Microsoft Office - especially Excel and Powerpoint, school information systems such as Blackboard & Education Edge.) Desktop publishing and/or familiarity with Naviance college counseling software helpful. Strong working knowledge of Google (Gmail, Drive, Forms, and Calendar) is a plus.
      • Valid CA driver’s license and current auto insurance required for off-campus errands.
      • Physical ability to carry or move boxes, deliveries, etc. of up to 25 pounds.
      • Virtus and Live Scan certification is required. (This can be completed post-hire.)
      • Must pass an employment background check and all required trainings and certifications
     
    START DATE: August 5, 2019
     
    TO APPLY: Please email cover letter, NDHS employment application (available on our website), resume, and three letters of reference with contact information to abdaem@ndhs.org.
     
    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Until position is filled
  • Database Manager

    Notre Dame High School is a coed Catholic school in the Holy Cross Tradition. We are currently seeking a Database Manager to start immediately within Notre Dame High School’s Technology Department. 
     
    The Database Manager reports to the Director of Technology and administers, evaluates, designs, implements and maintains the school’s databases while providing the necessary technical support to students, faculty, and staff. The employment is full-time, classified exempt. 

    The ideal candidate will be required to spend significant time working closely with the assistant principals as well as students, teachers, administrators, and staff members, facilitating and supporting the use of information systems on campus. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in database administration, Student Information Systems (SIS), and Learning Management Systems (LMS). 

    Key Responsibilities: 
    The ideal candidate will be required to: 
    • Serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) on Information Systems which includes but not limited to the administration, management, upgrading, planning, and execution of software tools, apps, services, and systems that are used by students, faculty, and staff, including but not limited to Education Edge, Raiser’s Edge, Naviance, Campbrain, and Blackbaud’s On suite. 
    • Manage access levels to secure Information Systems and the respective data associated with such systems to minimize security breaches. 
    • Empower school resources in the management of their respective systems by providing in-house level 3 expertise and technical support to end users on database and software related issues: Identifies, researches, and resolves technical problems, working with outside vendors/technical support as needed, and documents, tracks, and monitors problems to ensure a timely resolution. 
    • Implement quality control mechanisms to maintain accurate student data files; recommends and implements policies, procedures and guidelines for Information Systems when necessary. 
    • Effectively collaborate on and manage technology projects across departments with keen understanding of what is required for successful implementation of new technology platforms and tools.
    • Work closely with the assistant principals to build, develop, and manage the entire school curriculum which includes but is not limited to student personal data, assignments, course information, grades, and transcripts. 
    • Provides in-house expertise and technical support to end-users on database and software-related issues: Identifies, researches, and resolves technical problems, working with outside vendors/technical support as needed, and documents, tracks and monitors problems to ensure a timely resolution. 
    • Trains staff on the use of the school’s standard software applications and databases. All processes and best practices must be documented. 
    • Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates database systems and user needs to provide recommendations and solutions to parallel overall school strategies. 
    • Develops strategies for and manages the implementation of database consolidations to streamline efficiencies as needed throughout the school, and participates in planning and execution of future upgrades and technology enhancements. 
    • Conducts global changes and/or data imports to maintain data, and periodically eliminates obsolete query, export and report parameter settings. 
    • Implements quality control mechanisms to maintain accurate student data files; recommends and implements policies, procedures and guidelines for data entry when necessary. 
    • Develops and produces accurate and timely routine and special reports, and data retrievals for staff as needed, and is the point person for managing custom reporting requests. All processes and best practices must be documented. 
    • Remains informed on software updates, upgrades and additional services. 
    • Provides back-up support in supporting the school’s computer hardware and network infrastructure. 
    • Supports the Director of Educational Technology to research and deliver professional development and in-service programs that enables the faculty and staff to effectively integrate and utilize technology in and out of the classroom. 
    • Work closely with and support other members of the Technology Department as needed, e.g., help desk assistance, iPad support, information systems special projects, hardware/network support, etc. 
    • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of Technology and/or the administration.

    Preferred Requirements: 
    The ideal candidate will have: 
    • Bachelor of Science degree preferred or equivalent work experience in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related technology-based field (Master’s degree preferred). 
    • Detailed knowledge of Blackbaud’s Education Edge and K-12 solutions preferred.
    • Professional training and/or certification in advanced use and administration of relational databases. 
    • Minimum 2 years relational database experience on a variety of programs. 
    • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office® products, specifically Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and PowerPoint, ability to train end users to intermediate and advanced levels. 
    • Experience with SQL Server Management Studio and querying languages such as SQL. 
    • Highly organized, with superior problem resolution and analytical skills. 
    • High level of interpersonal and customer service skills. 
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
    • Be able to communicate and interact effectively with students, parents, faculty and staff. 
    • Support the Catholic mission of Notre Dame High School.  

    Interested individuals should submit a resume and cover letter by email only to 
    jobs@ndhs.org


  • Spanish Teacher: Spanish III Honors and AP Literature

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
    The Spanish II Honors and AP Literature teacher is a part-time position, exempt position that reports to the Modern and Classical Languages Department Chair, and the administrative team of Principal and Vice Principals.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    • Demonstrate passion and expertise in the teaching of Spanish III Honors and AP Literature or experienced teaching at all levels.
    • Fluent in Spanish - native speaker preferred. Multilingual (French, Latin) a plus.
    • Well-versed in multiple areas of Spanish and World Languages education.
    • Proficient in the use of technology in the classroom and willing to incorporate it as a strategy to engage learners.
    • Willingness to differentiate learning to reach a range of student learning styles.
    • Instruct 2 full credit Spanish classes, assigned at the discretion of the Modern and Classical Languages Department Chair.
    • Participate in school-wide and departmental faculty meetings and professional growth opportunities.
    • Engage in the life of the school community through presence at school Masses, assemblies, rallies, class retreats, sporting events, visual and performing arts events, etc.
    • Chaperone and supervisory responsibilities during the school day and some evening and weekend events.
    • Meet with students and parents, as needed, during x period, before, and after school.
    • Write college letters of recommendation for students when appropriate.

    EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
    • A degree in Spanish or a related field, Bachelor minimum, Masters preferred.
    • Ability to develop and implement an effective and engaging curriculum.
    • Ability to relate to high school students, and build positive relationships while maintaining healthy boundaries.
    • Willingness to collaborate, problem solve, and share best practices with colleagues.
    • High-level of familiarity and competence across cultures and multiple perspectives.
    • Familiarity and competence in technology skills, and desire to keep learning.
    • Must have excellent classroom management, communication, and organization skills.

    TO APPLY: Please email cover letter, NDHS employment application (available on our website), resume, and names of three reference to Jennifer Serrano, Modern and Classical Languages Department Chair at serrano@ndhs.org

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until the position is filled. The selected candidate must pass an employment background check and all required training and certifications
  • Theology Teacher

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
    The Theology teacher is a 10 month, exempt position that reports to the Chair of the Theology Department, and the administrative team of Principal and Vice Principals. There may be additional opportunities to teach during summer school.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    • Demonstrate passion and expertise in the teaching of the Catholic faith, specifically Scripture, Morality and Vocations.
    • Well-versed in multiple areas of the Catholic faith tradition and Holy Cross.
    • Proficient in technology use and willing to incorporate it into the classroom to engage learners.
    • Willingness to differentiate learning to reach a range of student learning styles.
    • Adapt lessons for students of various faith backgrounds.
    • Instruct 4-5 full credit Theology classes each semester, assigned at the discretion of the Theology Department Chair.
    • Participate in school-wide and department meetings and professional growth opportunities.
    • Engage in the life of the school community through presence at school Masses, assemblies, rallies, class retreats, sporting events, visual and performing arts events, etc.
    • Chaperone and supervisory responsibilities during school day and some evenings and weekends.
    • Meet with students and parents,as needed, during x period, before, and after school.
    • Write college letters of recommendation for students when appropriate.

    EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
    • A degree in Theology or a related field, Bachelor minimum, Masters preferred.
    • Credential or Religious Studies Certification from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
    • Ability to develop and implement an effective and engaging curriculum.
    • Ability to relate to high school students, and build positive relationships while maintaining healthy boundaries.
    • Willingness to collaborate, problem solve, and share best practices with colleagues.
    • High-level of familiarity and competence across cultures and multiple perspectives.
    • Familiarity and competence in technology skills, and desire to keep learning.
    • Must have excellent classroom management, communication, and organization skills.

    TO APPLY: Please email cover letter, NDHS employment application (available on our website), resume, and names of three reference to Bridget Alameda, Theology Department Chair alameda@ndhs.org

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until May 27, 2019. The selected candidate must pass an employment background check and all required training and certifications.
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Applicants are encouraged to apply to by sending a resume and cover letter by email to the address listed in the job announcement, or to jobs@ndhs.org. Resumes and cover letters sent by mail can be addressed to:

NDHS Employment
13645 Riverside Drive
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

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Notre Dame accepts and keeps on file all employment applications for 12 months, in the event a position should become available for which one might be considered. For prospective teaching applicants, the normal hiring and interview period (should positions be open) is February to May. Applicants are encouraged to apply but should be aware that Notre Dame typically experiences very low employment turnover each year.
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