About

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.

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  • Director of Admissions

    Key attributes of the Director of Admissions include:
    · Understands and communicates the school’s mission, philosophy and programs
    · Works well with parents, faculty, and administrators in school settings
    · Possesses strong organizational skills, able to navigate online admissions platforms
    · Exhibits superior communication skills, both written and verbal
    · Has strong interpersonal skills and personal qualities of integrity and responsibility and an ability to maintain confidentiality
    · Possesses a calm demeanor and the ability to multi-task
    · Promotes collaboration; seeks to be a transformative leader.
     
    SCOPE:
    • Create and execute an overall calendar of admissions and year-long needs of the office
    • Sustain connections within the admissions community of partner schools and Nashville’s private schools and Catholic churches. 
    • Sustain connections within the school and local catholic community for admissions needs
    • Conduct Interviews, parent phone calls, tours, Admissions Fireside Chats, school visit days, Shadow Days, etc. as needed in consult with the admissions team
    • Day-to-day interaction with parents, prospective students, members of the community, and current parents on behalf of St. Cecilia admissions
    • Develop and implement recruitment strategy; guide students and families through the admission process; conduct candidate/family interviews; track and review candidate applications
    • Generate final admission and financial aid decisions, working with the campus finance office
    • Conduct re-enrollment of current families
    • Develop a comprehensive plan to promote SCA to prospective incoming students, transfer students, and parents.
    • Work with the marketing department to promote the school generally and fully integrate admissions needs into the overall strategic communications plan
    • Oversee planning and coordination for admissions events such as open house, visit days, shadow days, information fireside chats, testing, candidate benchmarks, and evaluations
    • Evaluate and execute admission decisions on applicant files
    • Work with Athletic Department on student athlete recruitment
    • Bring creativity, spunk, optimism, passion, and excitement to the admissions team each day
    • Work with and maintain student ambassador program

    While not required, connections within the Nashville Catholic Community and familiarity with St. Cecilia Academy are preferred. Alumnae, parents, and friends of St. Cecilia are encouraged to apply.  Send resume and cover letter to Rae Lee Anglin at anglinr@stcecilia.edu

    Founded in 1860 by the Dominican Sisters, St. Cecilia Academy is the oldest continuously running school in Nashville and is one of the finest, having been recognized five times as one of the Top 50 Catholic High Schools in the United States. Rooted in faith, rich in excellence, and open to diverse young women of many faith traditions and backgrounds, the Director of Admissions would be responsible for all aspects of new student recruitment, evaluation, and enrollment along with student retention.
  • IT Senior Support Technician

    • 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, audiovisual 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 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 there with.
    • 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 operating system 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 Symantec Ghost and 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 is a plus
     
    Job Requirements:
    • Associate’s degree or higher computer information sciences or 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, on occasion, 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, 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.
  • Forensics/Speech and Debate Coach

    St. Cecilia Academy is seeking a Coach for the Forensics Team. This team competes in speech and debate tournaments throughout the school year, and meets approximately once a week after school to practice for competitions.  Interested candidates should have experience in speech competitions and be witnesses of personal integrity committed to the Roman Catholic mission and vision of St. Cecilia Academy. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience with Catholic institutions. 
    Please email a cover letter and updated resume to the attention of the principal at anglinr@stcecilia.edu. For more information, call 615-298-4525 or go to www.stcecilia.edu.
     Responsibilities Include:
    • Direct and guide the selection of performance pieces; assist students in preparing for performances
    • Hold weekly Forensics Team meetings and rehearsals
    • Guide team members in writing speeches
    • Oversee the collection of membership dues to pay for tournament fees, memberships into THSSDL and NASDA, travel fees, Forensics supplies, etc.
    • Judge at Forensics tournaments
    • Attend Forensics Invitational Tournaments (TBD) held by host high schools or colleges
    • Attend and compete at Tennessee High School Speech and Drama District III Tournament Qualifiers in March 2022 and THSSDL State in April 2022 for team member qualifiers
    • Attend and compete at National Speech and Debate Association District Tournament Qualifiers in March 2022 and Nationals in June 2022 (if there are team member qualifiers).
    Note: Due to Covid last school year, all tournaments were held virtually including Nationals. The initial tournaments this year are virtual; however, a host high school or college may determine to hold their tournament in person at any time.
    St. Cecilia Academy is a private Catholic college-preparatory high school for young women, owned and administered by the Dominican Sisters of Nashville, TN since 1860. St. Cecilia Academy ennobles young women, equips them to excel, and inspires them to lead lives of integrity through a rigorous academic program within a Christ-centered environment. The school is located on the Dominican Campus, which is also home to Overbrook School and Aquinas College.