This full-time, year-round administrative staff position requires candidates to possess strong communication, organizational, and technical skills. This position will focus primarily on assisting the Assistant Principal for Formation and Assistant Principal for Student Affairs in their daily work. This person will also assist the Assistant Principal for Academics as needed. Additionally, this position will assist with administrative support during the summer school session. Duties include handling internal and external correspondence, assisting in the processing of data through the school’s database system (Blackbaud), scheduling appointments and meetings, and maintaining calendars. Candidates should be flexible, adaptable, and enthusiastically committed to school life and our mission.
Assistant Network Administrator
Strake Jesuit is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Network Administrator. This part-time, temporary (Summer 2016) position reports to the Technology Director and assists with the maintenance and deployment of desktop systems, software and iPads. A+ certification or equivalent and experience supporting Windows 7, Windows 10, Ubuntu, OS-X and iOS is required. Familiarity with SCCM, Kace or similar enterprise tools is preferred. The successful candidate has a sincere desire to learn, possesses a team spirit toward technical support and problem solving and is committed to supporting the educational mission of the school. If interested, send a resume and cover letter by e-mail to IT Director, Mr. Glenn Hymel, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Alumni Relations - Development Office
POSITION SUMMARY: Serve as an ambassador to strategically engage alumni and strengthen their relationships with Strake Jesuit, with responsibility for planning and implementation of programming that provides opportunities for alumni to participate in the life of the school and to support the goals of the development office.
REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: The Director of Alumni Relations reports to the Vice President of Development
• Create and implement a comprehensive alumni relations plan that establishes and builds relationships with alumni locally, regionally and nationally, using diverse marketing strategies to achieve maximum participation
• Implement, with help from the Development Office special events staff, a program of alumni events and activities that include annual milestone reunions; recognition events such as the Ignatian Award, Hall of Honor, Maddox Award; traveling alumni receptions; retreats
• Collaborate with staff, faculty and volunteers to develop and maintain innovative alumni programming, especially programs that connect students and alumni such as the Senior Class Gift, Career Day, and monthly alumni career luncheons
• Identify, cultivate and engage potential alumni leaders in the life of the School as speakers, volunteers, hosts, committee members, prospective board members, and donors
• Create and manage an annual budget to support alumni relations activities
• Identify metrics to track and report progress in alumni relations efforts
• Research prospective alumni donors and prepare donor research profiles for senior staff
• Schedule and staff a minimum of five alumni meetings per month, including solicitation meetings
• Maintain and manage regular alumni communications, including social media presence on LinkedIn and Facebook, and electronic communication using Imodules
• Maintain records of alumni visits, activities, and contact information in Raisers Edge
• Provide alumni content for printed communications (including personal events such births, marriages and class updates) for the school’s quarterly publication, The Chronicle, to the Director of Communications
• Assist with cross-training of other development staff for IModules and Raiser’s Edge
• Supports development team members’ programs and completes other duties as assigned
Successful candidates will have 3+ years of experience working in alumni relations and development offices in an educational environment, notable attention to detail, strong oral, written & communication skills, and experience with development databases. An appreciation for collaboration and the cultivation of a positive work culture is required. Like all Jesuit staff, the successful Director of Alumni Relations will be enthusiastically committed to school life and our mission.
This is a 12-month position that requires occasional travel, evening and weekend hours.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to Angela Seaworth, Ph.D., ACFRE, Vice President of Development, at email@example.com.
Part-time Bus Driver
Strake Jesuit is looking for part-time Bus Operators to assist in the transport of students to athletic competitions and other school related functions. Most, but not all trips would occur after 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday, on average three to four trips per week. The successful applicant will have a current Class B commercial driver’s license with a Passenger and School Bus endorsement. Equipment to be operated has an hydraulic breaking system so an air brakes endorsement is not required. Candidates must be in good health and be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screening. A set stipend amount will be paid per round trip driven. If interested please contract Mr. Dave Muras at 713-774-7651 to set up an interview.