Work for Seton

The primary responsibility of the Director of Student Support Services is to oversee the emotional and academic support programs. This person will ensure that all students receive the appropriate academic and/or social and emotional intervention when needed including corrective discipline when necessary.  The Director of Student Support Services supports the Principal of Academics in his/her duties.

Accountability

This person reports to the Principal

Supervisory Duties

All members of the Advising and Counseling Department and the Intervention Team

Membership

Leadership team, OCSAA Committee, Department Chair Committee, and other committees as assigned by the Principal

Required Qualifications/Skills

  • Understanding and commitment to the mission of the Sisters of Charity
  • Professed and practicing Catholic
  • Master’s Degree in Education
  • State of Ohio Principal’s License or ability to obtain one
  • Minimum of 5 years experience
  • Strong Interpersonal skills
  • Prior Administrative experience in an elementary or high school setting
  • Commitment to an all-female educational environment
  • Ability to communicate clearly and in a timely fashion with constituents, including students, families, faculty, staff, administration, and department chairpersons
  • Ability to organize and execute formal meetings
  • Advanced knowledge and usage of technology
  • Skilled in oral and written communication
  • Ability to relate to and influence others and to work in a collaborative and mission-focused environment
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality

Specific Tasks

  • Coordinates and covers lunch duty as needed
  • Attend diocesan meetings as needed
  • Responsible for enforcing all conduct and discipline policies per the handbook
  • Monitor student absences and tardies in conjunction with the Advisors
  • In conjunction with the Advisors, monitor and oversee student progress, learning agreements, behavior agreements and family meetings as necessary
  • Facilitate IAT meetings and follow-up to those meetings
  • Reinforce academic policies with students and staff on a regular basis
  • Oversees end of quarter letters as pertaining to failures, discipline and financial aid in cooperation with the Administrative team
  • Assists Principal and AP of Academics in classroom observations when requested
  • Approve student course changes and the scheduling process with Advising and students
  • Oversee and communicate the course recommendation process in conjunction with the AP of Academics
  • Oversee the testing program in conjunction with the Advisors
  • Assist with departmental PLCs as needed
  • Help promote a learning climate in the school and communicate the academic happenings to constituents via monthly newsletter
  • Develops, coordinates and teaches the semester sophomore leadership seminar class
  • Assist in developing a Professional Development plan for faculty
  • Oversee and coordinate proactive emotional and social programming with the Advisors and the Administrative team
  • Communicate, evaluate, amend and oversee the implementation of the student handbook in conjunction with the Principal
  • Gather information and determine appropriate weekly assembly topics with the assistance of the Administrative team
  • On Monday, communicate the week’s plan to faculty and students
  • Develop the daily bell schedule for each school year in cooperation with the Administrative team and Elder High School
  • Ensure that the yearly school calendar is sent to the diocese at the request of the Principal
  • Participate in academic events such as evening of distinction, open house, scheduling nights, graduation, Setonsation and other activities as determined by the President and Principal

Working Environment

  • Full time
  • 12 month contract
  • Requires flexibility with time including evenings and weekends

Salary

  • Administrative contract, salaried, exempt
  • Commensurate with experience

To Apply

Please email a cover letter, resume and three professional references to the attention of Lisa Luebbe at luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.  No phone calls please.

Seton High School, an all-girls Catholic high school sponsored by the Sisters of Charity, seeks a full-time Math teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.  The position entails a full-time teaching schedule (six classes) with the possibility of teaching all grade levels (9-12). Candidate must have current Math licensure.  Candidates with a Master’s degree or a teaching license in other disciplines are desired.  Catholic candidates preferred.

Responsibilities

  • Effectively communicate with students and parents regarding assignments, grading and projects
  • Input grades in a timely manner into FAWeb
  • Proficient use of tablet technology in the classroom, specifically Google Classroom
  • Engage students in content and conduct meaningful class discussions
  • Assess students’ knowledge fairly and accurately
  • Attend all faculty/staff meetings and PLC meetings as scheduled
  • Willingness to assume other extra-curricular duties as needed

Requirements

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Math/Education required
  • Proficient knowledge of content area and curriculum
  • Effective communication skills
  • Understanding of the mission of Seton High School and the Sisters of Charity
  • Completion of Background check and VIRTUS

To Apply

Please email a cover letter, resume and three professional references to the attention of Lisa Luebbe at luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.  No phone calls please.

Seton High School, an all-girls Catholic high school sponsored by the Sisters of Charity, seeks a full time Religion teacher for the 19-20 school year.  The position entails a full-time teaching schedule with the possibility of teaching all grade levels (9-12).  Candidate must have proficient knowledge of Diocese content as it pertains to the subject areas and must be Catholic.  Candidates who possess a teaching license in other disciplines are desired.

Responsibilities

  • Effectively communicate with students and parents regarding assignments, grading and projects
  • Input grades in a timely manner into FAWeb
  • Proficient use of tablet technology in the classroom
  • Engage students in content and conduct meaningful class discussions
  • Assess students’ knowledge fairly and accurately
  • Attend all faculty/staff meetings and PLC meetings as scheduled
  • Willingness to assume other extracurricular duties as needed

Requirements

  • Catechist certification
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies (Master’s Degree preferred or willingness to pursue)
  • Proficient knowledge of Cincinnati Archdiocese curriculum
  • Effective communication skills
  • Understanding of the mission of Seton High School and the Sisters of Charity
  • Successful completion of VIRTUS and background check

To Apply

Please email a cover letter, resume and three professional references to the attention of Lisa Luebbe at luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.  No phone calls please.

Seton High School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, marital status or disability (if otherwise qualified); or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law; nor shall Seton High School suffer such discrimination by its agents in the conduct of its affairs.

Seton High School complies with The Decree on Child Protection which is promulgated by the Archbishop of Cincinnati.

Our fingerprinting policy includes manual fingerprinting for employees and electronic background checks for all employees and volunteers.