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Lake Highland Employment Opportunities

Thank you for visiting this LHPS job site. We invite you to send us your resume, even if you do not see a job listing especially for you. We accept resumes for all positions at any time, even if we do not have a current opening. We will keep your resume on file for one year. 

Lake Highland is a drug-free workplace. (Drug testing required.) 

Email us at jobs@lhps.org

We are seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:

Summary

Lake Highland Preparatory School seeks substitute teachers for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year. This is a temporary, part-time non-benefited position that offers competitive pay.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Education/Experience

A Bachelor’s Degree, or higher is required.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Substitute Teachers“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

The position of the Middle School Nurse is to provide health care to students and staff members which includes administering medications, providing first aid, and promoting health education. The part time position will be Monday, Tuesday and every other Wednesday. The times are 7:40am – 3:30pm. The Middle School Nurse primary work location is at the Charles Clayton Campus (Middle School). Occasionally the Middle School nurse may work at the Charles E. Bradshaw Campus (Upper and Lower School), as needed. We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Be familiar with student health conditions
  • Administer first aid and medications as needed
  • Document clinic visits and administration of medications on paper and the computer
  • Provide health education and counseling for parents, students and faculty as needed
  • Maintain stock of clinic supplies and first aid kits
  • Maintain accurate student health and immunization records Report to Charles E. Bradshaw Campus clinic nurse any serious infectious disease, or newly diagnosed student health condition
  • Maintain strict confidentiality regarding student and staff member’s health information

Education/Experience

  • Current Florida licensed Registered Nurse required
  • B.S.N. or equivalent degree
  • Pediatric experience preferred
  • Valid CPR certificate

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Middle School Nurse – Part Time“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a qualified and motivated Associate Dean of College Counseling and Guidance to provide college and academic advising to approximately 45 to 50 students, beginning with the junior class in December through graduation. This is a 12 month position reporting to the Dean of College Counseling and Guidance. The candidate will be joining a dedicated team of professionals including three college counselors, three school counselors, two assistants and a registrar.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Embrace the mission, vision and culture of Lake Highland Preparatory School.
  • Partner with parents to help students navigate the college process which includes initial family meetings with students and parents, followed by multiple meetings with students.
  • Serve as primary advocate for students which includes, reviewing academic schedules, writing letters of recommendation and reaching out to college representatives when appropriate.
  • Collaborate with counseling team to plan college advising events for juniors and seniors.
  • Support school counselor initiatives and programs for freshmen and sophomores including Freshmen Focus, a one semester foundation course for ninth graders.
  • Proficient in standard technology including Naviance and SLATE.
  • Enthusiastically engage in professional development opportunities including college tours, as well as local and regional organizations.
  • Participate in faculty and grade-level meetings.
  • Perform additional duties as assigned, including occasional evening and weekend programs (e.g. Senior Kick-off meeting, Back to School Night, College Application Night).

 

Education/Experience

Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and at least 5-7 years of experience in selective college admissions and/or high school college counseling. A Master’s degree is preferred.

The ideal candidate possesses the following qualities:

  • Genuine enthusiasm for working with students and helping them navigate a constantly evolving college landscape.
  • Desire and ability to establish a trusting relationship with students, parents, and college admission professionals.
  • Spirit of collaboration and willingness to support the initiatives of other team members, faculty and administration.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as, time management and organizational skills to work in a fast paced environment.
  • Embrace a growth mindset and participate in ongoing professional development.
  • Professional integrity and commitment to developing cultural competencies.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Associate Dean of College Counseling and Guidance“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a qualified and motivated teacher to join an engaged and forward thinking World Languages department. The ideal candidate should be willing and able to teach all levels Spanish language, though we are currently hiring for advanced level Spanish IV and AP Spanish. Our teachers throw themselves into the life of the school, often attending athletic or arts events; they contribute to department and whole school discussions; and they demonstrate love of lifelong learning, along with a desire to try new approaches in the classroom for the good of our students.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Take a personal interest in each student’s overall growth.
  • Plan and carry out engaging, student centered classes.
  • Work to assure that the school’s mission, vision and goals are reflected in the classroom.
  • Assess students’ growth and progress, using a variety of measurements including competency based grading.
  • Communicate with parents as needed, including them in partnership with the teacher’s efforts.
  • Promptly attend to administrative requirements such as attendance, grade reporting and participation in faculty meetings and trainings.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Candidates must have a four year college degree in the field in which they will be teaching. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree and some Education coursework completed. Should have a minimum of 3 years classroom teaching experience. Must be committed to gaining State of Florida educator’s certification.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Upper School Spanish“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Lake Highland is seeking a qualified and motivated teacher to join an engaged and forward thinking Science department. The ideal candidate should be willing and able to teach all levels of Physics from Introductory courses through AP level courses (though actual teaching duties will not encompass all levels.). Our teachers throw themselves into the life of the school, often attending athletic or arts events; they contribute to department and whole school discussions; and they demonstrate love of lifelong learning, along with a desire to try new approaches in the classroom for the good of our students.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Take a personal interest in each student’s overall growth.
  • Plan and carry out engaging, student centered classes.
  • Work to assure that the school’s mission, vision and goals are reflected in the classroom.
  • Assess students’ growth and progress, using a variety of measurements including competency based grading.
  • Communicate with parents as needed, including them in partnership with the teacher’s efforts.
  • Promptly attend to administrative requirements such as attendance, grade reporting and participation in faculty meetings and trainings.
  • May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
  • Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.

Education/Experience

Candidates must have a four year college degree in the field in which they will be teaching (Physics or closely related field.). The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree and some Education coursework completed. Should have a minimum of 3 years classroom teaching experience. Must be committed to gaining State of Florida educator’s certification.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Upper School Physics“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

The Associate Director of Athletics shall assist the Athletic Director in coordinating the athletic program of the School, with safety precautions and the overall decorum of teams. He / She shall coordinate the athletic program in a manner in keeping with the school philosophies, goals and objectives as well as initiate and interpret athletic policies for the school. In addition the Associate Director of Athletics shall provide creative leadership for all athletic programs.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate and schedule athletic facilities.
  • Arrange sport officials.
  • Supervise eligibility requirements and maintain student eligibility records.
  • Publicize all athletic events and results.
  • Responsible for overall supervision of home games.
  • Establish inventory control procedures for all sports
  • Make arrangements for all interscholastic events such as ticket sales, game workers, lodging and meals when required.
  • Seek and find ways for supporting and financing the athletic program.
  • Make recommendations to the Athletic Director for improvements in the overall athletic program.

Education/Experience

  • Must possess excellent organizational skills
  • Demonstrated leadership, management, and team-building skills within a school academic setting.
  • Strong work ethic, with the ability to work independently, exercise creativity, solve problems, attend to details, manage change, and maintain a culture of integrity.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills, specifically strong oral and written communication with a variety of audiences (e.g., parents, faculty, coaches).
  • Administrative degree and experience is preferred.
  • Should have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • Should have coaching experience.
  • Working knowledge of computer system functions including Microsoft word, Access, Excel

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Associate Director of Athletics“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

The Director of the Highlander Fund designs and executes the school’s annual fundraising campaign. This full-time, fully-benefited position requires a positive team member with excellent planning, organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills who can motivate and manage volunteers. The Director of the Highlander Fund reports to the Vice President of Advancement, and works closely with members of the Advancement team, Highlander Fund donors, and volunteers.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Design, coordinate, and execute motivational strategy to secure gifts to the Highlander Fund and meet annual fundraising goals for dollars raised and donor participation.
  • Recruit, train, and manage volunteers for several committees to support and enhance fundraising and stewardship efforts.
  • Connect and build relationships with a wide variety of constituents in all phases of the donor cycle.
  • Plan and execute Highlander Fund marketing strategy; draft, design, and execute collateral for print, e-mail, web, video, and other methods and campaigns.
  • Collaborate with Advancement team members and volunteers to plan and execute donor recognition and stewardship events.
  • Analyze results and evaluate strategies to continually enhance and increase the efficacy and outcomes of the school’s annual fundraising campaigns.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by the Vice President of Advancement and school leadership.

Education/Experience

Bachelor’s degree and 5 or more years’ experience in professional fundraising required. Experience with Raiser’s Edge or comparable development database software required.


How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Director of the Highlander Fund“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

This position is Monday – Thursday, 3:30-10:00 pm, 29 hours per week. This temporary facilities tech position could possibly move to a benefited position.

The successful candidate must have great customer service skills and a minimum of 4+ years in facilities maintenance or general maintenance repairs in a commercial setting such as office buildings, hotel/motel, public or private schools.

The candidate must be multi-task oriented and have knowledge and experience working with lighting, painting, drywall repair, electrical, and plumbing.

Additional requirements include a general knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Outlook for email, the ability to write and speak clearly, and the ability to work well with others in a service-oriented environment. Applicant must hold a valid driver’s license and is subject to a background check, fingerprinting, and drug testing. To apply, send resumes to: jobs@lhps.org

Summary

Under direction of the Janitorial Supervisor this position is responsible for cleaning and servicing all areas listed on the Daily Cleaning Schedule. Occasionally, they will need to assist other areas per the Facilities Janitorial Supervisor or Facilities manager’s direction. This position is required to respond to phone communications and work orders in an efficient and timely manner. This position will also follow a daily schedule on ADP and POC (porter on call) to cover the school events on Saturday or Sunday when necessary. May be required to work overtime, weekends and holidays if needed.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Duties included but not limited to:

  • Buildings responsible for but not limited to are Maxwell, Rex, Hale, Johnston. 940
  • Annex, Yeargy snack shack, Highland house.
  • Work weekends to cover events when needed per the schedule.
  • Maintains and stocks all dispensers facilities wide
  • Mops floors and disinfect restrooms.
  • Clean multipurpose rooms as needed.
  • Maintains entrance glass and door marks daily
  • Provides clean-up/sanitation of accidents, spills, and body fluids following appropriate procedures. Keep up Note pad to register 911 calls
  • Reports cleaning discrepancies by email to the Lead Porter
  • Create work orders thru FS Direct to support events.
  • Complete work orders on the requested completion date.
  • Writes ups work orders discovered throughout daily routine for managers attention.
  • Complies with all of the SOP
  • Reports labor hours according to the school procedure
  • Assists Facilities Tech, staff, faculty, students and parents as needed.
  • Performs other related tasks as requested by the Facilities Managers
  • Must use goggles, masks, gloves or other related protective equipment supplied to insure safe handling and use of chemicals and products.
  • Must hold a valid State of Florida Driver’s License.

Education/Experience

  • Must have at least two years’ experience in the janitorial field.
  • Must hold a valid State of Florida Driver’s License.
  • Must be able to endure long hours of continuous work when called upon to do so.
  • Physical effort required by the job includes standing, stooping, pulling, pushing carts, lifting up to 40 pounds.
  • May be required to take calls during lunch times.
  • Facilities Worker, Porter, Event Porter and Tech positions will be subject to yearly fiscal aptitude tests if deemed required to insure that the person or persons is fiscally capable of performing their duties as described in the job descriptions.
    This will be completely at the discretion of Lake Highland Preparatory school if we feel it is necessary to keep the quality of work and the work processes up to standards.
  • Must be able to read and understand MSDS sheets and understand safety with chemical uses.
  • Must have basic knowledge of computer skills with email and Microsoft outlook.
  • Must be able to speak and write well enough to effectively communicate within the department and others without disruption of work flow.
  • Must know how to use common commercial cleaning products; know how to measure cleaning solutions; and be alert to hazards.
  • Must have ability to follow oral and/or written instructions clearly.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is June 15th 2019 All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Facilities Porter“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Summary

Under direction of the Facilities Events Scheduler/Office Supervisor this position is responsible for the set up and break down time for all scheduled events on the main campus of the school. This position will complete all set-up and break down of equipment for school events in a safe and timely manner (e.g. tables, chairs, staging, pipe, drape, etc.). This position is responsible for the night shift event set-ups and breakdowns and will work closely with the Facilities Events Scheduler/Office Supervisor and day time set up person to ensure the equipment will be arranged according to the needs associated with the event and the event specifications. This position may be required to work weekends and holidays if required. To accomplish various jobs associated with on and off campus events and activities, this position may work with internal groups or external vendors or groups.

We encourage applicants from underrepresented groups to apply.

Duties included but not limited to:

  • Will be responsible for the afternoon shift event set up’s.
  • Must learn FS direct and check calendar daily
  • Will work closely under the guidance of the Facilities Events Scheduler/Office Supervisor for events coordination only and all set up information.
  • Take care of set up requirements of events for both day and afternoon shifts
  • May be required to stand or walk for long periods of time along with standing, stooping, pulling, pushing carts, lifting should have full use of limbs.
  • This position will also be required to possibly work weekends and holidays if required
  • Do required PM’s as required.
  • Assist in all aspects of property operations.
  • Communicate with faculty, staff, administration and parents with regard to repairs, work orders and set-ups.
  • Must use goggles, masks, gloves or other related protective equipment supplied to insure safe handling and use of chemicals and products when using or cleaning up spills.
  • Dispose of trash and debris on campus.
  • Operate machinery, hand tools and power tools.
  • Must reply and respond to emails daily when working to keep communication open.
  • Assist contractors with access to areas as needed.
  • Assist with activities as needed.
  • Assist LHPA or parents when needed.
  • Load and unload supplies as necessary.
  • Retrieve items off campus when needed.
  • Move items around campus as needed.
  • Open buildings and gates as needed.
  • Observe and report maintenance problems to assistant manager.
  • Pick up parts as needed (approval of manager/assistant manager required).
  • Advise manager of any extra work so a work order can be produced.
  • Physical effort required by the job includes standing, climbing stairs stooping, pulling, pushing carts, and lifting up to and move 70-85 lbs.
  • This will be completely at the discretion of Lake Highland Preparatory school if we feel it is necessary to keep the quality of work and the work processes up to standards.
  • This position will be under the immediate supervision of the Facilities Events Scheduler/Office Supervisor.
  • Fill out work orders completely.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform other duties and related tasks as assigned.
  • May be required to work outside or inside.
  • May be required to take calls during lunch times.
  • Should have full use of eyes, being able to identify colors.
  • May be required to stand or walk for long periods of time; should have full use of limbs.
  • May be required to climb steps.
  • May be required to work holidays, weekends, extended or alternate shifts
  • Must be able to endure long hours of continuous work when called upon to do so.
  • Must have ability to follow oral and/or written instructions in.
  • Must hold valid Florida driver’s license. You must keep your record clean enough to be able to be accepted by our liability carrier to operate a company vehicle.
  • Performs other related tasks as requested by the Facilities Services department or the Property Assistant Manager.

Education/Experience

  • Must have basic computer knowledge and skills with email, Microsoft outlook.
  • Must hold a valid State of Florida Driver’s License
  • Must be able to speak and write well enough to effectively communicate within the department and others without disruption of work flow.


How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating how you would succeed in this position, a current resume, and three professional references with at least one immediate supervisor (preferably current). The application deadline is June 15th 2019 All materials should be submitted electronically as PDFs and emailed to jobs@lhps.org specifying "Assistant facilities Scheduler/ Office Assistant“ in the subject line.

This position announcement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job title and the education and skills required. This is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that are required or may be required in the future.

Part time (non-benefited), assistant age group swimming coaches and swim lesson instructors for Highlander Aquatics. Looking for qualified individuals who love the sport of swimming and enjoy working with children in a competitive and fun atmosphere. Hours: Monday – Thursday from 3:30 – 6:15 pm. To apply, send resume to: jobs@lhps.org

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