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Employment

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at St. Cecilia Academy. For general inquiries, please email cover letter and resume to Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu.

Junior High Positions

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  • Art Teacher - Junior High (Part-Time)

    Position: Art teacher
    PT/ FT:  Part-Time
    School:   St. Cecilia Academy
    Level:     Junior High School
     
    St. Cecilia Academy is seeking a part-time junior high art teacher.  Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and experience teaching. The ideal candidate should be a committed educator who will challenge students to perform at their best while engaging them to approach art in a thoughtful and imaginative way. Teachers are expected to plan, organize, and implement an appropriate instructional program for junior high students. St. Cecilia Academy has a dedicated art studio, a deep commitment to the arts, and a passion for teaching beauty through many disciplines. Interested candidates should be competent professionals and witnesses of personal integrity committed to the Roman Catholic mission of St. Cecilia Academy.
     
    Start Date: August 1, 2022
     
    Send cover letter with resume to Mrs. Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu
     
    Founded in 1860 by the Dominican Sisters, St. Cecilia Academy is the oldest continually running school in the Nashville area. As the only private all-girls Catholic high school in the city, the legacy of St. Cecilia Academy is rooted in a vibrant Christ-centered environment marked by academic rigor and a nurturing community spirit.
  • Spanish Teacher - Junior High (Part-Time)

    Position: Spanish teacher
    PT/ FT:  Part-Time
    School:   St. Cecilia Academy
    Level:     Junior High School
     
    St. Cecilia Academy seeks a part-time junior high Spanish teacher (1 class period, 50 minutes, 3 days a week).  Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and experience teaching. The ideal candidate will be able to enrich students’ education through the World Language skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and culture.  Teachers are expected to challenge and encourage students to explore a second language. Interested candidates should be competent professionals and witnesses of personal integrity committed to the Roman Catholic mission of St. Cecilia Academy.
     
     
     
    Start Date: August 1, 2022
     
    Send cover letter with resume to Mrs. Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu

High School Positions

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  • English Teacher - 9th or 10th Grade

    Position: English teacher
    PT/ FT:  Full-Time
    School:   St. Cecilia Academy
    Level:     9th or 10th grade
     
    St. Cecilia Academy is seeking an English teachers for 9th grade and 10th grade. Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in English, with a strong Liberal Arts background and experience teaching high school English. The ideal candidate should be able to help students achieve excellence in writing, interpretive, and critical language skills, and through the study of literature, lead students to seek wisdom for living. Interested candidates should be competent professionals and witnesses of personal integrity committed to the Roman Catholic mission of St. Cecilia Academy. 
     
    Start Date: August 1, 2022
     
    Send cover letter with resume to Mrs. Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu
     
    Founded in 1860 by the Dominican Sisters, St. Cecilia Academy is the oldest continually running school in the Nashville area. As the only private all-girls Catholic high school in the city, the legacy of St. Cecilia Academy is rooted in a vibrant Christ-centered environment marked by academic rigor and a nurturing community spirit.
  • Social Science Teacher (Part Time)

    Position: Social Science teacher
    PT/ FT:  Part-Time
    School:   St. Cecilia Academy
    Level:     High School
     
    St. Cecilia Academy is seeking a part-time Psychology teacher for an elective class.  Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree, with a strong Liberal Arts background and experience teaching high school. The ideal candidate should be able to provide an overview of leading theorists in the field of psychology and describe current knowledge on the workings of the human mind. Candidates must bring an integration of faithful Catholic anthropology with sound psychological science, an understanding of authentic Christian anthropology and morality, and a holistic understanding of the human person. Interested candidates should be competent professionals and witnesses of personal integrity committed to the Roman Catholic mission of St. Cecilia Academy.
     
    Start Date: August 1, 2022
     
    Send cover letter with resume to Mrs. Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu
     
    Founded in 1860 by the Dominican Sisters, St. Cecilia Academy is the oldest continually running school in the Nashville area. As the only private all-girls Catholic high school in the city, the legacy of St. Cecilia Academy is rooted in a vibrant Christ-centered environment marked by academic rigor and a nurturing community spirit.
  • Math Teacher - High School

    Position: Mathematics teacher
    PT/ FT:  Full-Time
    School:   St. Cecilia Academy
    Level:     9th-12th grade
     
     St. Cecilia Academy is seeking a high school mathematics teacher able to engagingly instruct students in a wide range of mathematics courses (college preparatory, honors, and AP), balancing preparation for standardized tests with a liberal arts approach to teaching mathematics. 
    Qualifications:
    The qualified candidate will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a background in mathematics education. Duties include planning and implementing instruction, differentiation of instruction, cooperation with SCA learning specialist on IEP case management, and mentoring students. TN certification in mathematics is preferred. Prior experience teaching AP Calculus is a plus. Saint Cecilia Academy follows a unique Geometry First Curriculum in which students begin with Geometry and are prepared for AP-level work after a two-year sequence of Algebra 1 and 2 without the need for a Pre-calculus class. Candidates must show enthusiastic support for our curriculum and to teaching girls in our faith-filled environment. Due to SCA’s small size, candidates must expect to teach several courses of different levels each year and to collaborate closely with other mathematics teachers.
    Start Date: August 1, 2022
    Send cover letter with resume to Mrs. Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu
  • Head Robotics Coach

    Head Robotics Coach
    St. Cecilia Academy is seeking a dynamic and innovative educator to be the Head Coach for the award-winning Robotics Program, which participates in FIRST and FTC (First Tech Challenge) competitions. The team meets after school and competes on weekends (It is not a class that meets during school hours.)
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in one of the physical sciences
    • Experience with Onshape or similar computer-aided design software, 3D printing, Arduino or similar microcontroller, and basic knowledge of robotics. Knowledge of FIRST or VEX Robotics program is a plus but not required.
    • Ability to design and conduct innovative and challenging laboratory activities, teach with an engaging classroom style, and appeal to the learning styles of a diverse and extremely talented group of girls.
    • A basic understanding of the programming languages of Java, Python, or C++ is plus or at least experience with teaching blockly coding.
    • An enthusiastic and collaborative approach to working with colleagues.
    Responsibilities Include:
    • Organize practices for the varsity Ladybots and assist the Junior coach with the JV team as needed
    • Train students in CAD & 3D printing and design. 
    • Train students on the safe use of tools and safety procedures. 
    • Teach team members the engineering design process to design, build, code, and troubleshoot a competitive robot. 
    • Work with individual teams (build, coding, and management) set their goals for the season. 
    • Meet with the leadership team once a week to develop a mentor program between the Ladybots and the Lil’ bots.
    • Provide guidance for the engineering notebook. 
    • Work with outside mentors that can assist with design, marketing, and coding ideas with students. 
    • Develop and continue to grow sponsorship to pay for the robotics program. 
    • Maintain budget and work with suppliers for parts. 
    • Stay up to date on new technology and robotics-related technology, including taking online coding classes and CAD classes. 
    • Organize and transport the team to the various kickoff and training events throughout the year. (Often, the Ladybots are asked to give training sessions to other robotics teams.) 
    • Oversee the robotics scrimmage at St. Cecilia Academy for the state of Tennessee. 
     
    Start Date: August 1, 2022
    Send cover letter with resume to Mrs. Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu
  • Facilities Maintenance Technician

    Our in-house maintenance department is seeking a facilities maintenance technician, who enjoys a variety of tasks, to join our team to care for our beautiful, historic campus in a school setting. Duties include maintenance of physical plant, mechanical, and electrical equipment.  Basic skills including painting, minor plumbing, and the use of hand and power tools is required, along with the ability to assist with moving furniture for event set-ups.  Job includes work on ladders and the capacity to lift up to 45 lbs.  Interested individuals, please contact John Wall, The Dominican Campus Facilities Manager, at wallj1@dominicancampus.org .

Administration & Campus Positions

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  • Facilities Maintenance Technician

    Our in-house maintenance department is seeking a facilities maintenance technician, who enjoys a variety of tasks, to join our team to care for our beautiful, historic campus in a school setting. Duties include maintenance of physical plant, mechanical, and electrical equipment.  Basic skills including painting, minor plumbing, and the use of hand and power tools is required, along with the ability to assist with moving furniture for event set-ups.  Job includes work on ladders and the capacity to lift up to 45 lbs.  Interested individuals, please contact John Wall, The Dominican Campus Facilities Manager, at wallj1@dominicancampus.org .
  • Facilities Lead (HVAC) Maintenance Technician

    Our in-house maintenance department is seeking a Lead HVAC Maintenance Technician, who enjoys a variety of tasks, to join our team to care for our beautiful, historic campus in a school setting. The person should have the ability to maintain varied HVAC equipment in a school setting.  Perform basic maintenance of physical plant with knowledge of minor plumbing and electrical equipment, along with the ability to assist with moving furniture for event set-ups.   Job includes work on ladders and the capacity to lift up to 45 lbs.  Interested individuals, please contact John Wall, The Dominican Campus Facilities Manager, at wallj1@dominicancampus.org .