The Director of Admission is hired by the President and supervises and coordinates the members of the admissions office (Assistant Director of Admissions and Administrative Assistants) empowering a dynamic work group responsible for promoting the growth and expansion of the school through efforts that are consistently complimentary and compatible with the school’s mission statement, policies and priorities.
In the role as the Director of Admission he/she coordinates and facilitates all admission inquiries and follows the application of a candidate until the student is accepted and enrolled in the school. In collaboration with the Director of Communication, he/she oversees the institutional integrity of all publications, related marketing materials, press releases, branding, etc. of the school to prospective families. This position reports to the President and is a member of the school Administration Team.
The Donor Relations Manager will manage the recognition, cultivation, and solicitation process of all individual donors, alumni, and sponsors. He/she will update and manage the donor database to ensure that the Advancement Team has access to the most current information. The Donor Relations Manager will support the Advancement Team to ensure that all solicitation pieces, sponsorship packets, and other advancement related materials are distributed in a timely and appropriate manner. The Donor Relations manager will also prepare for meetings, site-visits, and other fundraising events as well as coordinate various projects as assigned by the Director of Advancement. Click here for the full description.
Bishop Dunne Catholic School provides a model college preparatory Catholic education in a diverse school environment in a BYOD one to one environment. In recent surveys and parent discussions, parents have told us they choose Bishop Dunne for its Catholic identity, rigorous education, college preparation, diverse and inclusive community, and family-like atmosphere.
Therefore, we want teachers who are passionate about their subject matters of expertise and understand their primary role in assuring students’ learning and mastery of subject matter and college preparatory skills. As a result, we seek ways for our students not just to be exposed to our subjects; rather, we want students to engage in the information and look at ways to understand it, apply it, and synthesize how it connects to other knowledge.
We want educators who see themselves as learners as well as providers of knowledge, which means we want teachers to want to be part of a learning community and collaborate with their peers in each of their responsibilities:
- Student Advisor of approximately fifteen (15) students that the teacher follows and supports for up to seven years at Bishop Dunne.
- Department member who seeks from colleagues and provides to colleagues curricular knowledge, a willingness to collaborate, and a desire to study data to develop practices that improve student learning in a discipline.
- Educator who partners with students and families in student learning and is available and willing to provide additional support to students when needed.
- Educator who is willing to improve practice in general as well as who seeks to reach students who aren’t achieving at the level the teacher would expect.
- Moderator of extracurricular activity or someone who coaches a sport is preferred.
A Master’s degree earned in the teaching content area is always a plus. Please send a resume and cover letter to Douglas Wine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Middle School Mathematics
- High School Social Studies (Government and World Geography preferred)
- High School and Middle School Theology (split position)
- Half time Art, ceramics preferred
- High School Physics (including Advanced Placement)
- Half time Middle School English
- Assistant Band Director with a focus on percussion preferred
- Half time Spanish
Bishop Dunne Catholic School welcomes inquiries from all qualified applicants for employment and does not discriminate against any persons in violation of applicable local, state or federal laws.