Joining the staff of Episcopal Collegiate School means joining a unique community of people devoted to a mission much larger than themselves – that of developing students and preparing them for college and life.
Our work at Episcopal Collegiate School is demanding, exhilarating, and deeply rewarding. From the classroom teacher, to the receptionist answering the telephones, to “Chuck” at the guard house - every person on the staff of Episcopal Collegiate School works hard to foster and protect the supportive, collegial, and genuinely caring work culture that is a hallmark of this special school. Just as we teach and require of our students, every Episcopal Collegiate employee is expected to embrace our Episcopal Identity and model the School’s core values of Respect, Reverence, and Responsibility.
If you are hard-working, committed to excellence, and believe that our community might be a good fit for you, please consider the openings listed here. Episcopal Collegiate School is committed to a diverse workforce, and welcomes employees of any race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin.
Episcopal welcomes applications from interested candidates even if a specific position is not listed below. Applications will be kept on file for one year and referenced as openings materialize.
The Assistant Director of Admissions, a member of the Advancement Office, reporting to the Director of Institutional Advancement is responsible for furthering Episcopal Collegiate School’s strategic goal of recruiting and retaining highly qualified students and families. Episcopal seeks applicants who have a passion about all that is involved with an independent school community and who enjoy working with young children. A positive attitude, eagerness to learn, and a sincere interest in promoting Episcopal, its curriculum and programs to prospective families are essential for this role.
Primary Admission Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assist with developing analytical reports and statistics for the admissions process.
- Manage admission candidates from inquiry to enrollment, to include follow-up duties in a timely manner: phone calls, letters, emails, postcards, and feeder school visits.
- Conduct applicant interviews and manage family visits to campus.
- Plan, coordinate and implement internal and external recruitment efforts, including but not limited to open house events, parent volunteer programs, visits, admission events, information sessions, community receptions, and other outreach events within the community.
- Work with the Director of Institutional Advancement, the division heads, and the faculty to facilitate the retention of mission appropriate students who are currently enrolled.
- Lead Student Ambassador program.
- Assist the Director of Institutional Advancement in the development and implementation of outreach programs to increase applicant pool and general school awareness within the community.
- Provide support to families in completing the admission process, including the efficient and systematic handling required documents.
- Work with the Advancement Team to develop appropriate admissions and marketing materials. In addition, assist with management of the school website, social media and monthly admissions newsletter.
- Assist with the school’s international program. These efforts include, but are not limited to SEVP and I20 procedures, recruitment and securing of host families, and working with educational consultants.
Desired Qualifications and Skills:
- An appreciation for (or the willingness to embrace) the culture and traditions of Episcopal Collegiate and the greater Little Rock community.
- Positive attitude.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral required.
- Working knowledge of popular social media, in addition working knowledge in constituent database programs.
- Ability to switch frequently between taking directions, working collaboratively, and self-direction.
- Ability to successfully manage multiple tasks with strong attention to detail.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality, discretion, and professionalism for all matters.
- Willingness to meet with current and potential donors in various settings.
- Dependability, punctuality.
- Proven proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel and other technological skills, to include the ability to work within a database, create spreadsheets, and generate reports.
- At ease in all professional and social situations and helping others do the same.
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred, and the desire to work 12 months. In addition, there will be some evening and weekend requirements throughout the year.
Interested candidates please submit a cover letter of interest and resume to Matt Radtke, Director of Institutional Advancement, at email@example.com .
Episcopal Collegiate School has an ongoing need for substitute teachers to fill in when the regular teacher is unable to attend. Subject matter and age groups will vary. In most cases, the regular teacher will have provided lesson plans or other instructions for the class.
WILDCAT CLUB AFTER-SCHOOL TEACHERS
We are seeking energetic and dedicated part-time teachers for our Lower School's Wildcat Club after-school program. The program enrolls Pre-K through 5th grade students Monday through Friday throughout the school year. The teachers ensure that the program is making the best of the students' after-school time and will help to plan and guide the educational and fun activities for the children on a regular basis. The hours are 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. This position is ideal for education majors in college or recent college graduates.
Episcopal Collegiate offers competitive salaries, generous leave benefits, health insurance, and a 403b retirement plan. Episcopal Collegiate makes other voluntary programs and benefits available to full-time employees, but does not make contributions or payments related to these programs and benefits, other than noted administrative expenses. Some of these programs and benefits include supplemental pre-tax insurance policies, such as dental, life, short-term disability, cancer, accident, heart attack, as well as flexible spending accounts for unreimbursed medical expenses and dependent childcare expenses. In addition, Episcopal Collegiate provides funding for continuing education for faculty and staff to advanced degrees, attend workshops, conferences, and other programs that promote professional growth.
Episcopal Collegiate does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, or national origin in administration of its educational programs, admission and financial aid policies, employment practices, athletic or other school-administered programs.
Applying for a Position
For teaching and administrative faculty
- A current CV or résumé
- A cover letter summarizing your interest in teaching at Episcopal Collegiate School
- Copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts (where applicable)
- Complete application (linked below)
For support staff positions
- A current CV or résumé
- A cover letter summarizing the specific skills you possess and the personal and professional goals you would bring to Episcopal Collegiate School.
- Copy/ies of certificates, diplomas, or degrees (where applicable)
- Complete application (linked below)
Applicants should forward application and requested information to: firstname.lastname@example.org