Employment geneva school of boerne 3 gases

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• We believe that a key to a successful Christian school is the quality of its faculty and staff. We are seeking applicants who are professionally qualified; who are dedicated to Christ, children, and academic excellence; and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models (Luke 6:40). Please read the school’s Portrait of a Geneva Teacher to learn more about the school’s vision for the faculty as well as our Statement of Faith. Teacher candidates should read An Introduction to Classical Education by Christopher Perrin and The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers prior to an interview.

Geneva School of Boerne is taking applications for a JV Head Volleyball Coach/ Varsity Assistant Volleyball Coach. Geneva coaches have a passion to use coaching as an opportunity to disciple and mentor young men and women to become well-rounded Christian ambassadors who demonstrate Christ-like humility and selflessness, coupled with confidence and poise on the field of play. In addition, the ability to establish a good rapport and effective working relationships with student-athletes, parents, administrators, faculty, staff and the community is essential.

The JV Head/Varsity Assistant Coach primarily supports the Varsity Head Coach through the administration of the Volleyball program by coaching, training and motivating student-athletes in order to achieve competitive success; assisting the Head Coach in organizing and scheduling practices, facilities and games; scouting opponents and breaking down video.

Facilities Technician: This position provides day-to-day maintenance and repair of the school’s facilities, physical plant and grounds. This includes the inspection and general upkeep of buildings, recreational and athletic facilities, mechanical systems, and public spaces. This may involve scheduled repair and/or maintenance to buildings or equipment; making recommendations for more advanced repair needs, troubleshooting problems (whether physical or logistical); and reconfiguring shared facility space as necessary.

Requirements include: A valid, unrestricted Texas driver’s license; a minimum of two years of experience in facilities maintenance; a general knowledge of mechanics, hydraulics, electricity and general construction; knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to grounds keeping and facilities maintenance work; knowledge of the proper use of chemicals, fertilizers, and pesticides.

Logic School Humanities Instructor, Grades 6-8: The Logic School Humanities Instructor will provide classroom instruction in Latin and Bible to middle school grade students using classical methods and a Biblical worldview. This individual will also serve as a devotional leader for Logic School boys.

This is a full-time, academic year position. In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months. There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

This is a full-time, academic year position. In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months. There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

Orchestra Director, Grades 6-12: The Orchestra Director prepares students to celebrate God’s truth, knowledge and wisdom through music. This includes providing instruction to two distinct student groups: Logic School (6 th through 8 th grades) and Rhetoric School (9 th through 12 th grades). Requirements include: a Bachelor’s degree and three years of experience working with teenagers; fluency in reading music; proficiency in playing a stringed instrument; and an understanding of music theory. A Bachelor’s degree in music, five year teaching music in a school setting and a State of Texas certification in music is preferred.

This is a full-time, academic year position. The typical workday schedule is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Preparations for instrumental music performances and Fine Arts Department competitions will typically occur outside of this schedule and may require significant time commitments and travel. Faculty meetings are also required. See the job description for a full listing of requirements and job duties.