The Academy of the Holy Cross is accepting resumes for a Dean of Students
The Academy of the Holy Cross, a Catholic college preparatory school sponsored by the Sisters of the Holy Cross since 1868, is dedicated to educating young women in a Christ-centered community that values diversity. The Academy is committed to developing young women of courage, compassion and scholarship who responsibly embrace the social, spiritual and intellectual challenges of the world.
All faculty and staff must demonstrate a commitment to the Core Values of the Academy: community, Catholic identity, academic excellence, educating the whole person, tradition, diversity, leadership, single-sex education, environment, and communication.
Serves as a member of the Administrative Team
Serves as a member of the Academic Council
Enforces policies and expectations of student behavior
Centers Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in all aspects of student life.
Monitor student attendance, tardiness, and disciplinary records and communicate concerns to families and Administration.
Plans and conducts emergency drills and action plans
Leads the design and implementation of the Advisory program in collaboration with the Administration to ensure the social and emotional growth and development while addressing students' needs
Manages Student Advisory Boards (Social Justice and Andi-Racism, Health and Wellness and Physical Wellness) and their monthly programming
Assists in the scheduling of the Daily Chapel activities
Oversees the administration of Saturday detentions
Assists the Director of Student Activities to oversee and coordinate all co-curricular, extracurricular, and class activities
Creates and distributes weekly academic and Advisory calendars
Collaborates with Student Council Moderator
Serves as liaison to the Fathers and Friends Club
Responsible for the planning and execution of student events, including dances and Prom, Ring Ceremony, and graduation practice
Other duties as assigned
Minimum of 5 years of teaching experience with progressively responsible roles in a school's life
Master's Degree in Administration, Education, or related field is desirable
Teaching experience at the secondary level, preferably in Catholic education
Training and experience in Restorative Justice and social-emotional learning preferred
Understanding of single-sex education
Administrative or supervisory experience is a plus
Ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing
Ability and willingness to plan and organize materials and resources
Ability to work in partnership with parents, staff, students and the community to provide student-centered learning
Flexibility in dealing with changing schedules and situations
Must be comfortable teaching students in an all-girls Catholic School