Jobs at St. Francis
Working at St. Francis is enriched by the school’s unique, community-centric environment; plenty of creativity-inspiring challenges; and ample tangible and intangible rewards. When we are seeking to fill a faculty or staff position, we look at the qualifications and education of the applicant to determine suitability. Preference is given to candidates with advanced degrees, exceptional teaching experience, and a love for fun!
St. Francis Episcopal School has designed a program of benefits to help provide for the well-being of employees and their families. These include health, dental, vision, and disability insurance; competitive compensation and retirement benefits; generous time off; and myriad professional development opportunities.
To explore St. Francis's current job opportunities, please click on your area of interest from the following list: For general inquiries unrelated to the openings below click here.
- Administrative Openings
- Division Faculty
- Athletics and Physical Education
- Explore and Extend After-School Care
- Substitute Teaching Staff
Director of Major Gifts
The Director of Major Gifts is a member of the senior staff, reports directly to the Head of Development and oversees the planning and implementation of the school’s major gift program. The Director of Major Gifts primary responsibility is to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major and capital Campaign donors.
The Technology Specialist reports directly to the Head of Technology and helps facilitate implementation of the school’s technology plan and integration of technology in all aspects of school life. This position provides support, guidance and instruction on the use of school hardware and software and takes the lead in innovative technology education through support of 3D printing, physical computing, robotics and other related educational technology initiatives.
Upper School Office Manager/Registrar
The Upper School Office Manager/Registrar coordinates and maintains efficient and effective operations within the division office, works directly with division administration to provide general support to the upper school administrative team and assists students, faculty, staff, parents, vendors and various school constituents, when necessary. Serves as custodian of student information and records including collection, maintenance, archiving and release of student records.
Webmaster/School Management System Administrator
The Webmaster/School Management System Administrator is a member of the senior staff, and reports directly to the Director of Marketing and Communication and indirectly to the Head of Technology. The Webmaster’s primary responsibility is to manage and maintain the school’s website and web presence. The School Management System Administrator’s primary responsibility is to be the central expert for the school’s data systems (Senior Systems, SchoolCast, Magnus, Finalsite, etc.) and assists in support of the data resources available to all other divisions and departments of the school.To view job description click here.
Part Time Fall Volleyball Coach
St. Francis Episcopal Day School invites qualified applicants to apply for the above Fall coaching position. This position requires past experience in playing and/or coaching in the sport as well as well-rounded knowledge of physical conditioning and skill development methods specific to the sport. Qualified candidates will possess clear and effective communication skills in both written and oral expression; and, the ability to relate effectively with parents, students, and other school constituent groups and individuals.Please click here to apply.
2018-19 Upper School Coaching Positions
St. Francis Episcopal School invites qualified applicants to apply for Upper School coaching positions for the 2018 - 2019 school year. Qualified candidates should possess clear and effective communication skills in both written and oral expression; and, the ability to relate effectively with parents, students, and other school constituent groups and individuals.
Candidates should be able to effectively communicate with players and parents and work well with peers. Candidates should also exhibit the ability to build and grow a program by creating exciting and positive experiences for student-athletes. Candidates should have experience in managing a sport program from middle school through upper school including staff, equipment, uniforms, schedule, team page, and more.
All coaching positions require past experience in playing and/or coaching in the sport as well as well-rounded knowledge of physical conditioning and skill development methods specific to the sport. Previous head coaching experience, high school, college or professional experience is preferred.Apply for Program Head Field Hockey Coach, Part-Time
After-School Instructor, Part-Time
St. Francis has openings for part-time after-school instructors. Previous child-care and/or teaching experience required (minimum two years). Hours for this position are 2:00-6:00 p.m.
Dance Instructor, Part-Time
St. Francis has an opening for a part-time dance instructor. Candidates should have experience in ballet and jazz—both teaching and performance.'
St. Francis is always searching for degreed, qualified substitute teachers. All substitute applications will be reviewed by the appropriate Division Head. Should the candidate meet the teaching requirements for the position, he or she will be contacted for an interview. Substitute teachers will be required to complete a background check, Safeguarding God’s Children training classes, and receive CPR training—all of which are conditions of employment.
St. Francis is a drug-free workplace. As a condition of employment candidates must pass background screening and pre-employment drug testing.
St. Francis is an equal opportunity employer. No applicant for employment with St. Francis shall be subjected to discrimination because of race, color, sex, national origin, disability or age.