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Career Opportunities

We are looking for bright, energetic individuals to join us as we help shape the next generation of future leaders. Our community works daily to think critically, creatively, and morally so that we can serve God with purpose. Archbishop Carroll High School is a Catholic, college preparatory, co-educational school in the heart of Washington, DC.  We welcome young people and empower them in a diverse, academically rigorous, and supportive learning environment. Our community works daily to think critically, creatively, and morally so that we can serve God with purpose. We are an International Baccalaureate World School and our curriculum aligns to the profile of an IB learner. Please review the job listing(s) below for the current openings. 
 
 Athletic Director
 
Application Deadline: August 1, 2017
Submit application here.
 
The Athletic Director is responsible for the following:

Administrative Duties
 
  •  Develops and coordinates all athletic programs at Carroll High School, including cheerleading and dance;
  • Supports and implements the philosophy of athletics as enunciated by the President;
  • Revises, as necessary, Carroll High School Coaches Handbook, and ensures that all coaches comply with its expectations;
  • Knows, disseminates and enforces all rules and regulations of the school’s athletic conference, ensuring adherence by all coaches to all rules and procedures, including those involving recruitment and participation in athletics;
  • Determines eligibility for awarding of Pass/Fail credits for Physical Education for individual students, based on policies developed in collaboration with academic administrators; publishes policies for P.E. credit; and works with the Registrar to ensure that accurate credits are noted on students’ transcripts.
  • Fosters the development of camps and other activities to promote participation and recruitment;
  • Establishes criteria for recognition and awards given to members of all athletic teams. Establishes criteria for recognition given to championship teams and coordinates athletic recognition events;
  • In conjunction with the coaches, is responsible for the inventory, distribution, collection, storage, repair and purchase of all equipment;
  • Attends all appropriate meetings associated with the athletic program of the school;
  • Organizes academic interventions and supports for student-athletes and directs coaches in academic monitoring of all student-athletes
  • Responsible for monitoring the eligibility of all students participating in the athletic program;
  • Obtains the required medical certification and parental consent for all students participating in the athletic program;
  • Responsible for the proper reporting of all athletic injuries;
  • Works in conjunction with the athletic trainer and staff member in charge of medical records regarding the medical background of student athletes;
  • Holds quarterly meetings with all coaches, and fosters collaboration among coaches;
 
Supervision
 
  • Coordinates logistics and supervision for all aspects of athletic contests, both home and away.
  • Responsible for evaluating all personnel in the athletic department by:
  • Judging their ability to follow guidelines of the Coaches’ Handbook
  • Observation of their professional performance.
  • Recommends the hiring and removal of coaches to the Principal. Procedures such as search committees for identifying new coaches will be determined in consultation with the administration
  • Supervises the scheduling and use of all athletic facilities and coordinates the use of such facilities with the Principal.
 
Advancement and Community Relations
 
  • Assumes responsibility for public relations associated with the athletic program, including cultivating impactful relationships with parents, prospective parents, alumni and donors;
  • Collaborates with the Vice President for Advancement and President on major gifts strategies for athletics;
  • Publicizes upcoming sports events and scores and maintains updated athletic information on the school website and in other publications.
Scheduling and Transportation
 
  • Supervises the scheduling of all athletic contests and is responsible for rescheduling when necessary;
  • Engages necessary officials and referees;
  • Arranges transportation schedules of all athletic teams in coordination with the Principal;
  • Arranges for the personnel necessary to conduct all “home” contests so that admission and general security are controlled. This includes supervision of the purchase, sale and auditing of tickets.
  • Supervises the maintenance of Carroll’s busses.
Finances

In conjunction with the Director of Finance;
  • Helps prepare and monitor the athletic budget, including allocating funds to each sport;
  • Obtains disbursements from athletic budget as needed;
  • Presents to the Director of Finance financial reports of all home athletic contests and other sources of revenue;
  • Monitors monthly all cost centers associated with the athletic budget.
Qualifications:
 
  • Bachelors of Science Degree in a Physical Education or related field.
  • At least three years of experience in athletic direction or a related field.
  • Strong oral, written communication, and interpersonal skills, including problem-solving and conflict resolution skills.
  • Knowledge of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the intersection among Christian spirituality, I.B.-level academic excellence, and high school sports
 
Application Questions

This employer has requested that ALL applicants answer the following questions. It IS highly recommended that you type ANY essays IN a word processing program, save them, AND THEN paste them ON the proceeding job application page.
  1.  Identify a strategy you might use to reinforce the importance of Christian spirituality and academic excellence within our athletic programs.
    Short Essay (Answer limited TO 600 characters, including spaces)
  2. Briefly describe a time when you organized a group of individuals for a successful outcome. What was one strategy that led to the group's success?
    Short Essay (Answer limited TO 600 characters, including spaces)
   
Substitute Teachers 
  • Archbishop Carroll seeks part-time and as needed Substitute teachers for all subjects for the 2016-17 school year.

    Role and Responsibilities

  • * Execute lesson plans provided by teacher

    * Maintain a classroom culture built on respect, growth, and love of learning
    * Communicate effectively students, teachers, and administrators
    * Support the Catholic identity of the school
    * Other duties as assigned
      
  • Qualifications

    The ideal candidate:

  • * Has at least a Bachelor's degree
    * Has teaching experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
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  • Archbishop Carroll seeks part-time and as needed Substitute teachers for all subjects for the 2016-17 school year. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Katy Dunn, Principal, at kdunn@achsdc.org 


Archbishop Carroll High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.