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All Olney Friends School job candidates should possess a love of adolescents, be enthusiastic about living in a close-knit, Quaker learning community, have some non-academic interests that can be shared with adolescent and adult community members, and seek more reward than can be found in a 9-5 job.
Olney Friends School jobs are flexible, and we encourage prospective staff members to share their areas of expertise and interests when applying for positions at Olney. Staff members fill a wide variety of roles at Olney Friends School. We are looking, therefore, for people with a wide variety of experiences and interests who want to be part of a full-time community and who would enjoy a job with many facets.
Olney Friends School does not discriminate in hiring, promotion, or termination of employment on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, or because of national or ethnic origin.
Olney Friends School is seeking a teacher to fill a position in our Humanities Department. Humanities I-IV courses are taught in 80-minute blocks and integrate literature, history, and social studies into one course. Reading/writing/critical thinking and discussion-format classes form the core of these classes.
This position would include teaching Humanities, and may include TOEFL preparation and English as a second language. Forty-five percent of the student body is composed of students from other countries. This position may also include teaching one section of Advanced Placement English Literature or Advanced Placement US History. Duties of this position include being a member of the girls dorm staff. Dorm staff is on duty one night a week and one weekend a month. Candidates with experience in teaching international students are encouraged to apply. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in English or history is required.
Please send letters of interest, resumes, and references to Cindy Rogers, Academic Dean, Olney Friends School, 61830 Sandy Ridge Road, Barnesville, OH 43713 or email email@example.com.
This is a half-time position reporting to the Director of Admissions.
The admissions assistant will have direct and/or primary responsibility for these areas:
- Maintain accurate, complete, and confidential records of admissions data, including student files both paper and electronic. This role includes both data entry and higher-level, proactive responsibility for capturing and managing information.
- Encourage students in the application process. Provide support by email and telephone.
- Arrange on-campus visits for prospective students and their families, including scheduling, assignment of student hosts, scheduling of sample classes and meetings with administrators, and administration of academic testing.
- Represent the school to prospective students and their families.
- Participate on the Admissions Committee.
In addition, the admissions assistant may be asked to perform or assist with a variety of other assignments, including but not limited to the following:
- Create and run data reports for admissions.
- Locate and contact values-aligned middle schools that can act as a funnel for prospective students. Represent the school in meetings with school administrators to build relationships.
- Take photographs at campus events.
A successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or a high school diploma and three years of relevant experience. A candidate must have experience using the Microsoft Office suite, strong written and oral communication skills, excellent organizational skills, and experience in the use and management of databases.
Please send letters of interest, resumes, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olney Friends School seeks an experienced person to manage kitchen operations. Experience in quantity cooking, people management, menu creation, ordering, and excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Ability to integrate our farm-fresh produce into daily meals is essential. The successful candidate will work with our community of teens and adults to provide quality, nutritious food daily. Full-time position, some evenings and weekends. Benefits are available.
Submit completed application (download below) and resume to Business Manager, Olney Friends School, 61830 Sandy Ridge Road, Barnesville, OH 43713 or email@example.com.