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    The Jemicy Lower and Middle School is seeking to bolster its roster of substitute teachers. Applicants should be experienced, education professionals who have worked in a lower and or middle school setting. We are seeking individuals who can develop a good rapport with students that have a variety of learning styles. Bachelor’s degree required.

    Mail, fax, or email cover letter and resume to: Angie Keibler, Re: Substitute Teacher, 11 Celadon Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117 • Fax: 410-653-1972
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    Jemicy School is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as the Dean of Students and Athletic Director on the Upper School campus for the 2020-2021 school year.  This position reports directly to the Upper School Head of School and Upper School Assistant Head of School.  
    The primary role as Dean of Students is to support and advance the mission and credo of the school, promote and maintain a healthy, vital student community and school climate, and foster strong relationships with families and the extended community. Also, this position will work closely with the administration and faculty to advance student achievement and establish guidelines for student behavior to ensure that all students are maximizing both their academic and social potential. The primary responsibility as Athletic Director is to continue to build and maintain a co-curricular sports program by overseeing all aspects of The Jemicy Upper School Athletic Program. The vision of this program is to provide a balance of recreational and competitive sporting opportunities for both genders while helping teams reach their potential.
    Job Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Monitor the effectiveness and refinement of disciplinary policy and procedures (through teacher and administrative feedback).
    • Offer training and support to faculty in the areas of discipline, classroom management, and student/teacher interventions.
    • Work closely with the school counselor to provide support for the student population.
    • Monitor the faculty enforcement of policies and procedures and the performance of assigned duties.
    • Monitor student behavior, meet with faculty about student behavior, and communicate with parents regularly concerning student behavior.
    • Assist faculty and parents in developing student behavioral expectations
    • Assist in developing programs and intervention strategies that promote positive student behavior.
    • Coordinate the athletic program and initiate the recruitment, selection, supervision, and evaluation of all coaches.  
    • Schedule all Upper School athletic events and maintain the proper and necessary records.
    • Supervise all home athletic events and act as the host to officials and visiting schools.
    • Oversee the athletic budget, ensure officials and athletic trainers are scheduled and paid following each event and prepare and administer a detailed operating budget for the athletic program to the Upper School heads.
    • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in student affairs, counseling, higher education, or a closely related field.
    • Demonstrated experience and success in working as a member of a school leadership team, community-based organization, or related field.
    • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups.
    • Solid presentation & public speaking skills.
    • Effective time management and executive function skills.
    • Demonstrated ability working within a team environment.
    • Possessing an ability to build positive relationships with students, parents, and staff
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflict through quality decision-making and effective problem-solving.
    • Experience handling intense or controversial situations with grace, discretion, and diplomacy.
    • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in counseling, education, social work, or closely related field strongly preferred.
    • Experience scheduling, developing, planning, and implementing student-centric activities and events.
    • Demonstrated experience advising student clubs and organizations.
    • Experience planning large events.
    • Experience in developing leadership programs.
    • Experience with budget management.
    Competitive salary and benefits package will be discussed during the hiring process. To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Rizzel Montgomery, re Upper School Dean of Students/Athletic Director • or 11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
    For serious consideration, applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through public job boards.  

    Jemicy School is seeking to bolster its roster of substitute teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. Applicants should be experienced and creative education professionals with some high school teaching experience.  Additionally, we are seeking individuals who can develop a good rapport with students that have a broad range of student learning styles. 
    A bachelor’s degree is required. Send a cover letter and resume to Rizzel Montgomery, re US Substitute •
    Applicants must apply directly to Jemicy School. The school will not review resumes submitted through outside sources/job boards. 
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