Assistant Director: Residence Life | Appalachian State University

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Boone, NC, US

Assistant Directors are full-time student affairs professionals who serve as the functional supervisors of one half of the residence halls on-campus. As such, they are responsible for the overall management and supervision of approximately 2,800 students. Direct supervision includes 4 full-time Coordinators and 1 Administrative Assistant. Indirect supervision includes 6-10 Graduate Assistants and 65-75 Resident Assistants. Assistant Directors report to the Senior Associate Director of University Housing for Residence Life and serve on a team of professional staff that includes eight Coordinators, two Assistant Directors, and the Senior Associate Director of University Housing for Residence Life.

Assistant Vice President: Academic Affairs, Director: Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Effectiveness | Fort Valley State University

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Fort Valley, GA, US

The Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs (AVPAA)/Director of the Office of Institutional Research, Planning & Effectiveness (OIRPE) serves as part of the Academic Affairs Office team dedicated to supporting the mission of Fort Valley State University (FVSU), which is to advance the cause of education with emphasis upon fulfilling commitments that our community members have undertaken collectively. The successful candidate must be an exceptionally qualified, bright, energetic and innovative individual with substantial experience in areas typically found in institutional research functions in an academic setting. The AVPAA/Director of the OIRPE reports directly to the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and will play a key role in creating an institutional culture that encourages and supports optimal effectiveness through data-driven decision-making.

Managing Director: Advocacy and Government Relations | Amnesty International USA

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Washington, DC, US

Amnesty International USA seeks a sophisticated and dynamic team player with lobbying and issue campaign experience to fill the position of Managing Director for Advocacy and Government Relations. AIUSA is currently undertaking to grow the organization’s advocacy infrastructure, and this person will play a key leadership role in that effort.

Middle and Upper School Spanish Teacher | St. Mark’s School of Texas

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Dallas, TX, US

St. Mark’s School of Texas is seeking a creative and energetic Middle and Upper School Spanish teacher beginning in the 2017-18 school year. Strong candidates will possess native or near-native proficiency in Spanish, an in-depth knowledge of Hispanic culture, and experience teaching a variety of levels. They should also be skilled in the integration of technology as a tool to advance student learning. The successful applicant will be willing to work as part of a team of Spanish teachers who implement the School’s rigorous curriculum in grades one through twelve. Likewise, he or she will demonstrate a commitment to character and leadership education for all boys, giving equal priority to their character and intellectual development.

Upper School History Teacher | St. Mark’s School of Texas

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Dallas, TX, US

St. Mark’s School of Texas seeks a dynamic educator to join our upper school history department beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.  A strong candidate will be an experienced teacher with the background to teach Advanced Placement Economics, and three or more sections of United States History through the Advanced Placement level.  At St. Mark’s, we emphasize writing development across the disciplines and include annual research-based writing assignments in the department; therefore, ideal candidates will be committed to helping boys learn formal research skills and master stylistic conventions expected of ethical scholarship.

Middle School History Teacher | Garrison Forest School

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Owings Mills, MD, US

Garrison Forest School is seeking an experienced, creative and dynamic individual for a full time position in our Middle School teaching History commencing August 2017. The candidate will be joining a community of collegial faculty members working together to build a hands-on, relevant curriculum that delivers “knowledge that sticks”. Ideal candidates will be interested in preparing our students to live and work in a global and multicultural society. A desire to contribute to the leadership and scholarship of young women are important qualities for this position, as well as an ability to build positive, constructive relationships with students.

Dean of Students | Garrison Forest School

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Owings Mills, MD, US

Garrison Forest School seeks a full-time Dean of Students to begin July 1, 2017. The Dean reports to the Head of Upper School, but given the K-12 school life responsibilities of the position, the Dean also works directly with the Head of School and serves as a member of the senior Leadership Team.

Development and Communications Coordinator | SEED Foundation

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Washington, DC, US

The SEED Foundation seeks an energetic Development Coordinator to help implement an ambitious annual Development Plan under the leadership of the Chief Development Officer and with the support of the Development and Communications and Marketing teams. The Development Coordinator is a key member of a growing fundraising department which employs the full range of fundraising activities. Through program coordination, constituent relationship management, and donor outreach, the Development Coordinator helps develop and steward relationships on behalf of The SEED Foundation with prospective supporters and current donors. The Development Coordinator has a range of fundraising responsibilities from gift processing and donor stewardship to major gifts and annual fund coordination to communications and event support. S/he supports key development operations under the supervision of the Director of Development Operations and Annual Giving.

Director: College Counseling | Maret School

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Washington, DC, US

Maret School seeks a highly experienced Director of College Counseling to support our students’ and families’ transition to post-secondary educational endeavors.  The Director leads and manages the college counseling team. The office helps graduates for as long as they need help.  This twelve-month position reports directly to the Head of the Upper School but works in close partnership with other administrators, including the Head of School, Assistant Head of School and the upper school Learning Specialist.

Upper School English Teacher | St. Catherine’s School

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Richmond, VA, US

St. Catherine’s School seeks an Upper School English Teacher to begin work for the 2017-18 school term. The Upper School English curriculum focuses on helping students to develop an appreciation for great literature written by diverse authors, the critical thinking skills to analyze literature from multiple viewpoints, and the communication skills to convey ideas and arguments cogently in writing and in speech. The ninth grade curriculum introduces students to literary analysis through a genre study of world literature, while the tenth and eleventh grades present a survey of British and American literature, respectively.  Students choose from an array of diverse elective courses and AP English Language and Literature senior year.