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Marymount is an Independent, Catholic all-girls high school that fosters confidence, joy, leadership, and a sense of greater purpose in each student. Education of the whole girl is one of the most important pillars upon which the academic and co-curricular programs are built. The school celebrates the individuality of each student, empowering girls to become their best selves academically, emotionally and socially. Established in 1923 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM), Marymount High School shares the tradition of an international network of schools including sister schools in New York, Europe, and South America. Located in Westwood/Bel Air, just north of UCLA in Los Angeles, Marymount is an Apple Distinguished School featuring a 1 to 1 laptop program and other integrated educational technology.

Please submit all resumes and cover letters to the Human Resources Department at [email protected] unless specified below. Include the position title in the subject of your email.


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  • Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Students

    The Administrative Assistant facilitates the efficient operation of the assigned department by performing a variety of clerical and administrative tasks.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
     
    • Answer phones and greet visitors as needed in the reception desk.
    • Schedule appointments and maintain the calendar for the Dean of Students.
    • Schedule and facilitate meetings with students, parents, faculty, and staff.
    • Collate and distribute mail.
    • Prepare communications, such as memos, emails, reports, and other correspondence.
    • Create and maintain filing systems, both electronic and physical in a confidential manner.
    • Perform data entry duties as needed.
    • Responsible for the coordination of Tumbleweed Transportation.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.
    • Set up meeting spaces (food, documents, presentations, etc.).
    • Prepare Google Slides for Community.
    • Assist with preparation of calendar documents.
    • Research as needed.
    • Maintain analog and digital files.
    • Process invoices.
    • Fill out expense reports.
    • Help with any clerical work and supply/food ordering for ASB.
    • Assist the Head of School as needed.
    • Other duties as assigned.
     
    Qualifications:
     
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google software.
    • Trustworthy – able to maintain confidential information as appropriate.
    • Strong organizational skills – the ability to balance multiple projects and changing priorities without losing focus.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Able to work in a complex team-oriented environment in order to accomplish department goals and objectives.
    • A willingness to help others in various departments throughout the school as necessary.
    • Maintain a “solution conscious” attitude when faced with challenges.
    • Able to follow and complete detailed verbal and written instructions within specified timeframes.
    • Able to perform assigned duties with speed and accuracy.
    • Proven record of attendance and punctuality.
  • Director of Annual Giving

    The Director of Annual Giving will be responsible for the management and coordination of Marymount’s comprehensive annual giving program in support of the overall goals and objectives of the school’s advancement efforts.
     
    Primary Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
     
    • Support Head of School, Director of Advancement, Administrators, and volunteers in all activities of the Development Office related to fundraising and annual philanthropic support.
    • Manage and coordinate all annual giving efforts with a primary focus on parent and alumnae constituencies.
    • Produce all solicitation materials for the annual giving campaigns, including segmented direct mail, personalized appeal letters, email solicitations, video projects, and website messaging.
    • Recruit and maintain Marymount’s strong volunteer cohort, training and managing dedicated volunteers who assist with annual giving solicitations (primarily with alumnae and current parent representatives).
    • Implement a reunion giving program within the annual alumnae solicitation.
    • Oversee annual giving donor recognition to ensure proper acknowledgment and stewardship.
    • Assist in data collection and the production of the yearly giving report and other publications.
    • Generate and present annual giving progress reports throughout the year. Analyze constituent income from various appeals and approaches, and segment or modify strategies as results indicate.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Advancement to further the success of overall team goals, including staffing evening and occasional weekend events as needed.
    • Serve as a member of the Major Gift Team in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation plan for each major gift prospect.
    • Serve as a member of the Advancement Committee of the Board of Trustees.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications, Skills & Abilities:

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of fundraising or closely related professional experience, including volunteer management.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Proficiency with development database software and Microsoft Office programs, including Excel and Word.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Prior experience with independent school fundraising through an annual fund program.
    • Proficiency with Raiser’s Edge database.
    Competencies:
    • The Director of Annual Giving must be a dedicated, results-oriented professional.
    • The successful candidate will be highly motivated, reliable, dedicated, creative, and eager to be part of a fast-paced, fundraising program.

    We are seeking a team player, excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, strong attention to detail, good judgment, and a positive outlook. This position requires some evening and weekend work. Comply with all Marymount High School policies, procedures and quality standards as well as safety and environmental regulations.
  • Head Varsity Golf Coach (Part Time)

    Position Overview
     
    Marymount seeks to hire an experienced and enthusiastic leader to serve as our Head Varsity Golf Coach. The ideal candidate is able to improve the performance of student-athletes by motivating and instructing them. She/he is responsible for coaching student-athletes in-game strategies and techniques to prepare them for athletic competitions while helping them develop an appreciation for the sport. This position is seasonal from August 9 – October 2021.
     
    Job Duties & Requirements
     
    • Assesses player’s skills and assigns team positions
    • Develops a regular practice schedule and organizes practice time to provide both individual and team development.
    • Coaches and instructs players, individually or in groups, regarding the rules, regulations, equipment, and techniques of the sport
    • Accompany the team to all scheduled contests
    • Observes players, during competition and practice to determine the needs for individual or team improvement
    • Determines game strategy based on the team’s capabilities
    • Establishes and maintains standards of student behavior and provides proper supervision of athletes at all times
    • Monitors the academic performance of team members to ensure that eligibility requirements are met, and encourages student-athletes to maintain a high academic standard
    • Follows established procedures in the event of an athlete’s injury
    • Conferences with parents/guardians, as necessary, regarding the athletic performance of their student
    • Follows state, regional, and district regulations governing the athletic program
    • Models sports-like behavior and maintain appropriate conduct towards players, officials, and spectators
    • Follows established procedures for the proper care, maintenance, and requisitioning of equipment, supplies, and uniforms
    • Works with the athletic director to develop a policy for awards and submits a list of award winners at the end of the season
    • Models nondiscriminatory practices in all activities
    • Attends the coaches' meeting and award ceremonies planned by the athletics department.
     
    Qualifications
     
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience working with High School students
    • Some experience as a Head Golf coach or assistant coach at the high school or college level is preferred.
    • Must possess effective coaching techniques and skills.
    • Must possess a thorough knowledge of the rules, regulations, strategies, and techniques of the sport.
    • Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school administrators, parents, and students.
  • Lead Maintenance Technician

    The qualified Lead Maintenance Technician performs minor plumbing, painting, and carpentry repairs. He/she helps with the set-up, break down, and clean-up of school events. He/she is responsible for maintaining the interior and exterior of our facilities, which include: classrooms, offices, hallways, restrooms, the gym and pool, and for maintaining the school vehicles.

    Responsibilities:
     
    • Carpentry: Performs basic rough and finished carpentry repair of structures such as partitions, walls, doors, fences, window frames, office furniture, and shelves.
    • Plumbing: Identifies and performs basic repairs of plumbing leaks or breaks; opens clogged lines and drains; replace seals and other minor parts; maintains drinking fountains; repairs, replaces, and maintains hot water heaters and other appliances.
    • Painting: applies and prepares various surfaces for paint, enamel, lacquer, varnish, or stain, and repairs wall coverings.
    • Pool & Gym Cleaning: Cleans the pool deck, gym floor, bleachers, chairs, tables, and walls.
    • Responds to event set-up requests and work orders from faculty and staff in a timely manner.
    • Works with the Director of Finance in the management of maintenance operations and projects.
    • Cleans and services school vehicles to ensure they are in safe operating condition for the transportation of faculty, staff, and students.
    • Supervises, trains and evaluates maintenance team members.
    • Oversee third-party cleaning service.
    • Maintain owner manuals/information, schedules, and maintenance records.
    • Coordinate move/relocation with IT and other related parties as required.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance and Operations.
     
    Qualifications:
     
    • High School diploma or equivalent required.
    • At least 5 years of maintenance experience; preferably in a school environment.
    • Able to speak English and Spanish.
     
    Required Skills and Abilities:
     
    • Ability to use a variety of hand and power tools.
    • Ability to maintain and operate HVAC systems.
    • Ability to operate appropriate lifts as needed to perform the job.
    • Ability to climb ladders, bend, kneel, reach, walk and stand for long periods of time.
    • Ability to lift and carry boxes, tools, equipment, and materials (5 lbs. – 50 lbs.)
    • Ability to follow oral and/or written instructions and communicate effectively with faculty and staff.
    • Ability to prioritize and complete work orders in a timely fashion.
  • Orchestra Teacher (Part Time)

    Position Overview:

    Marymount seeks to hire an enthusiastic educator, to serve as our Orchestra Teacher and Accompanist. The part-time position entails teaching 1 semester of Orchestra 1 and 1 semester of Advanced Orchestra in Fall, 1 semester of Orchestra 2 in Spring, and 1 full year of CAP Orchestra. The Orchestra Teacher will also assist with the winter concert, spring musical, masses, and other school events as needed. The ideal candidate has a college degree in a relevant field and a minimum of 3 years of professional experience teaching.
     
    Job Duties & Requirements :
     
    Orchestra Teacher
    • Teach Orchestra classes to grades 9-12.
    • Manage Advanced Orchestra Honors and Orchestra I/II classes
    • Prepare and conduct orchestra for end-of-semester concerts (Winter Concert and Spring Arts Festival)
    • Select appropriate repertoire for each end-of-semester concert
    • Arrange songs as necessary for instrumentation
    • Prepare orchestra for each mass (~5 total throughout the year, usually repertoire is chosen by Head of Religious Studies)
    • Create small ensemble groups to perform at Open House
    • Prepare presentations about orchestra program for incoming students' orientation, Back to School Night, and Open House
    • Collaborate with the Performing Arts Department Chair, Choir Director, Dance Teacher, and Theatre Director as needed for school events and masses.
    • Provide instruction appropriate for individual student differences and learning styles. Create a learning environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social and emotional development of students and aligned with the stated mission of the school.
    • Prepare select orchestra students to perform in the pit for the spring musical
    • Attend faculty and department meetings as needed
     
    Qualifications:
     
    • Minimum of three (3) years related professional experience teaching orchestra
    • BFA/MFA in music performance/composition; Bachelor of Music Education preferred
    • Experience working with High School students preferred.
    • Strong knowledge and skill with a broad range of music styles, history, theory, musicianship, vocal pedagogy, instruments, and music technology
    • Knowledge of and practical experience in teaching instrumental technique and leading ensemble
    • Excellent classroom management, communication, and organization skills
    • An ability to convey a love of music to the students
    • Flexibility with work schedule is necessary as day, evening, and weekend hours will be periodically required.
     
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    Piano Accompanist Position (Seeking a qualified choral accompanist for interested candidates)
    • Attend every choir class and play warm-ups as needed
    • Learn assigned choir songs, as well as be able to play individual vocal parts
    • Perform at end-of-semester choir concerts (Winter Concert and Spring Arts Festival)
    • Accompany each mass (~5 total throughout the year)
    • Learn entire spring musical, and attend Saturday rehearsals and after-school rehearsals during Spring semester
    • Play in the pit of the spring musical
    • Play graduation rehearsals (which includes the Star-Spangled Banner, the Alma Mater, and the senior song)
    • Perform at Cabaret Night and graduation 
Marymount High School provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Marymount High School complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

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