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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.

High School Positions

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  • Assistant Basketball Coach

    Job Description:
    • Interact professionally with support staff throughout the Division of Athletics (e.g., Student Services, Sports Information, Facilities, Business Office)
    • Work in conjunction with the strength and conditioning coach to develop training workouts and protocols to prevent injuries and improve their overall physical fitness that will enhance their performance on the field.
    • Assist Head Coach in budget planning and management and planning and executing team travel
    • Assist the head coach in creating a team culture that will lead to a positive and meaningful experience for the SCA student-athlete
    • Provide opportunities for the student-athletes to develop life and leadership skills that will prepare them for the next fifty years of their lives
    • Assist in monitoring the academic performance of the SCA student-athletes in conjunction with the academic advisor to help them achieve their full academic potential and graduate with a meaningful degree
    • Assist the head coach with special events, competitions, clinics
    Qualifications:
    • May include education, certification, and experience

    Submit resume to:
    Robert Jemison, Director of Athletics
    jemisonr@stcecilia.edu
  • Assistant Lacrosse Coach

    Job Description:
    • Interact professionally with support staff throughout the Division of Athletics (e.g., Student Services, Sports Information, Facilities, Business Office)
    • Work in conjunction with the strength and conditioning coach to develop training workouts and protocols to prevent injuries and improve their overall physical fitness that will enhance their performance on the field.
    • Assist Head Coach in budget planning and management and planning and executing team travel
    • Assist the head coach in creating a team culture that will lead to a positive and meaningful experience for the SCA student-athlete
    • Provide opportunities for the student-athletes to develop life and leadership skills that will prepare them for the next fifty years of their lives
    • Assist in monitoring the academic performance of the SCA student-athletes in conjunction with the academic advisor to help them achieve their full academic potential and graduate with a meaningful degree
    • Assist the head coach with special events, competitions, clinics
    Qualifications:
    • May include education, certification, and experience

    Submit resume to:
    Robert Jemison, Director of Athletics
    jemisonr@stcecilia.edu
  • Assistant Soccer Coach

    Job Description:
    • Interact professionally with support staff throughout the Division of Athletics (e.g., Student Services, Sports Information, Facilities, Business Office)
    • Work in conjunction with the strength and conditioning coach to develop training workouts and protocols to prevent injuries and improve their overall physical fitness that will enhance their performance on the field.
    • Assist Head Coach in budget planning and management and planning and executing team travel
    • Assist the head coach in creating a team culture that will lead to a positive and meaningful experience for the SCA student-athlete
    • Provide opportunities for the student-athletes to develop life and leadership skills that will prepare them for the next fifty years of their lives
    • Assist in monitoring the academic performance of the SCA student-athletes in conjunction with the academic advisor to help them achieve their full academic potential and graduate with a meaningful degree
    • Assist the head coach with special events, competitions, clinics
    Qualifications:
    • May include education, certification, and experience

    Submit resume to:
    Robert Jemison, Director of Athletics
    jemisonr@stcecilia.edu
  • Assistant Softball Coach

    Job Description:
    • Interact professionally with support staff throughout the Division of Athletics (e.g., Student Services, Sports Information, Facilities, Business Office)
    • Work in conjunction with the strength and conditioning coach to develop training workouts and protocols to prevent injuries and improve their overall physical fitness, which will enhance their performance on the field.
    • Assist Head Coach in budget planning and management and planning and executing team travel
    • Assist the head coach in creating a team culture that will lead to a positive and meaningful experience for the SCA student-athlete
    • Provide opportunities for the student-athletes to develop life and leadership skills that will prepare them for the next fifty years of their lives
    • Assist in monitoring the academic performance of the SCA student-athletes in conjunction with the academic advisor to help them achieve their full academic potential and graduate with a meaningful degree
    • Assist the head coach with special events, competitions, clinics
    Qualifications:
    • May include education, certification, and experience

    Submit resume to:
    Robert Jemison, Director of Athletics
    jemisonr@stcecilia.edu
  • St. Cecilia Academy Receptionist

    St. Cecilia Academy Receptionist
    Reports to: Principal of St. Cecilia Academy
    Hours: 7:00 am- 3:15 pm (or as specified)
    General Description:
    The receptionist of St. Cecilia Academy is often the first point of contact for the students, parents, prospective families, benefactors, alumnae, vendors, visitors, and members of the larger community, and thus should see themselves above all as an ambassador for the school. The receptionist should be dedicated and enthusiastic about the Catholic mission and vision of St. Cecilia Academy and express this commitment in the warmth, care, and professionalism with which he or she greets guests and addresses inquiries.  The receptionist serves as a liaison between the school and the community and helps to coordinate communication within the school and campus community about events and shared projects. This position works closely with the administration of St. Cecilia Academy, referring issues to them, keeping them abreast of events, and helping them coordinate visitors and schoolwide projects or events.
    Primary Responsibilities
    • Answer phones and inquiries and direct calls and questions to the proper party
    • Greet all guests graciously and provide a welcome to visitors
    • Monitor front doors and safety cameras throughout the school
    • Addresses and directs student needs (ex., telephone calls, permits to class, sign-outs, special forms, forgotten items, monitors students in the clinic, etc.)
    • Assist faculty and staff with securing substitute teachers in case of emergency
    • Assist the Director of Student Affairs in entering attendance data into the online record-keeping system; call parents of absent students who we have not heard from
    • Collect lunch money from the deposit box and prepare it for the business office
    • Assist with school safety drills and serve as a member of the emergency response team
    • Distribute and collect employee keys and coordinate key ordering with the campus Director of Security
    • Handles bell schedules to change them as the daily schedule requires
    • Other duties as specified by the principal of St. Cecilia Academy
    Requirements and Personal Traits:
    • Bachelor’s degree (preferred)
    • At least 3-5 years of work experience in a school or service profession
    • Demonstrates full support in word and action of St. Cecilia Academy’s Catholic mission and values
    • Carries out daily tasks in a professional, gracious, and polished manner that reflects positively on St. Cecilia Academy
    • Ability to communicate clearly and congenially with various stakeholders
    • Organized, efficient, and takes initiative
    • Able to balance multiple demands and tasks with calm, good humor, and good judgment
    • Ability to refer questions, problems, and concerns to the proper authority
    • Discreet and professional, with a commitment to confidentiality about the personal and school matters of the St. Cecilia Academy and Dominican Campus Community
    • Committed to being an ambassador for St. Cecilia Academy
     
    Summer responsibilities
    • Unlock all doors and turn off all alarms in the mornings
    • Compile and coordinate summer maintenance and cleaning requests
    • Sets up new voicemails, e-mails, faculty room mailboxes, and keys for new employees. Deletes all of the above for departing employees
    • Clean supply room, faculty room closet, and vault
    • Assists Admission and the Academics office with June/July mailings
  • 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

Dominican Campus Positions

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  • IT Senior Support Technician

    Summary:
    • Install, configure, upgrade and maintain computer hardware, software, and peripheral equipment.  Collaborate with users to identify and resolve hardware and software problems. Assist users/departments in researching solutions and implementing requests. Assist the Network and Client Services Officer with infrastructure and server projects.
     
    Duties and Responsibilities: 
    • Install, configure, maintain and diagnose computers, laptops and peripherals, including but not limited to printers, audio-visual and wireless devices.
    • Use approved tools and methodologies to image, copy and configure systems for deployment.
    • Place warranty calls and replaces parts as needed.
    • Configure, monitor, and support mobile devices, including iPads and cell phones.
    • Serve as Helpdesk backup, record trouble calls and do first-line troubleshooting.
    • Research, test and evaluate potential new technology solutions
    • Assist with system administration functions such as managing inventory and licensing software updates, and workstation antivirus
    • May assist in the management and installation of servers and other infrastructure, including wireless networks
     
    Knowledge and skills sought:
    • Knowledge of a variety of widely used computer hardware and software and the ability to troubleshoot problems therewith.
    • Familiarity with network switches, routers, and firewalls is a plus
    • Ability to set up and support Apple iPads and applications
    • Thorough knowledge of Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems and Microsoft 2016 Office Suite, as well as familiarity with Microsoft Office 365
    • Experience with Windows servers (Some knowledge of DHCP, DNS, and Domain Controllers desirable)
    • Knowledge of computer imaging with knowledge of FOG is a plus
    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, including the skill to communicate technical concepts to non-technical users and to create detailed and thorough documentation
    • Basic understanding of virtualization with knowledge of Microsoft Hyper V a plus
     
    Job Requirements:
    • Associate’s degree or higher in computer information sciences or a related field.  Minimum of 4 years experience in installing, configuring, and maintaining computer workstation hardware, software, and peripherals. Additional experience may substitute for a degree.
    • Experience in an educational environment is desirable
    • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds, work in confined spaces, and occasionally on a ladder.
    • Ability to prioritize and multitask to meet deadlines.
    • Good problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
    • Must be punctual and present a professional image.
     
    Additional Information:
    Benefits: Medical, dental, vision care, life insurance, disability, 403(b) with employer match, generous paid time off.
    Please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: ITposition@dominicancampus.org
     
    About The Employer:
    We are a private Catholic campus consisting of 3 schools, PK3 through college, located in Metropolitan Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Full-Time Facilities Maintenance Technician

    The Dominican Campus maintenance department is seeking a full-time 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, are 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 The Dominican Campus Facilities Department at srmellen@dominicancampus.org
  • Part-Time Facilities Maintenance Technician

    The Dominican Campus maintenance department is seeking a part-time 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, are 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 The Dominican Campus Facilities Department at srmellen@dominicancampus.org