Supervises: All Counseling Department members and counseling services, Food Service, Admissions Director and Secretary, Registrar, all student records including Attendance, Dean of Discipline, and Campus Ministry program.
General Duties: To plan, implement, administer, coordinate, supervise and evaluate programs, activities, projects and staff related to student services. Provide leadership in the ongoing development and improvement of the entire student services program reflective of the school’s mission, vision, and outcomes.
Work with the administrative team to coordinate efforts to improve services and policies for students and parents.
Oversee and coordinate the update of the Parent/Student Handbook and it’s yearly revisions.
Coordinate all aspects of Graduation.
Supervise the Counseling Department Chairperson, the Director of College Counseling, and College Counselors and the services provided for students and their families by these departments.
Supervise and support efforts of the Dean of Discipline as it relates to the welfare of the larger community.
Supervise and coordinate the Food Services.
Oversee the mentoring program as planned and implemented by the class level, college counselors, and mentors.
Assist in planning and implementing the recruitment program in conjunction with the Admissions Director and staff.
Attend all Admissions events.
Manage the following budgets: Admissions, Graduation, Testing and Emergency Supplies.
Assist the PR Director, Communications Manager and Admissions Director in designing and choosing all publications, materials and giveaways for recruitment.
Work with the PR Director, Communications Manager and Admissions Director in creating a targeted communication plan for prospective students and their families that involves print and electronic media.
Supervise the attendance secretary and oversee the attendance procedures and implementation as it relates to school policy.
Be instrumental in and supportive of the spiritual activities and Catholic Identity of the school in so far as helping to plan direction of the Campus Ministry Department.
Oversee standardized testing on campus: PSAT, Placement Test & AP Exams.
Oversee Career Day every other year.
Supervise Our Lady of Grace Liaison.
Supervise the CEO Director.
Oversee the School Registrar.
Supervise Main Office Secretary.
Oversee all aspects of the PHS Emergency Plan.
In conjunction with the VP of Academics and VP of Student Activities oversee the electronic summer mailing and the collection of data. Supervise personnel who are responsible for providing information for the summer electronic mailing as well as the technology staff who polish and export data into PowerSchool and other databases.
Coordinate all standardized academic testing for Presentation students, including the PSAT, Pre-ACT, Plan, Explore, HSPT, and Advanced Placement Exams.
Responsible for analyzing testing data (HSPT, PSAT, SAT, Subject Tests and AP) and provide information to VP of Academics, Department Chairs and College Counseling Director.
Assist in hiring of the above personnel.
School Mission and Overview
Presentation High School is a private Catholic college preparatory school for young women located in San Jose, California. Founded in 1962, its purpose flows from the teaching mission of the Roman Catholic Church and the educational ministry of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As such, Presentation strives to integrate the educational mission of the school with the vision of life found in the Gospels. Each student is challenged to become a woman of faith, dedicated to working for others, intellectually competent, and committed to working for others.
Presentation serves 835 students representing 61 zip codes, 47 parishes, and 113 feeder schools. Nearly 20% of our student body is on financial aid and over 50% of our students are students of color. 100% of our students graduate high school and matriculate to either a 2- or 4- year university.
Presentation faculty represent a community of dedicated, caring, and highly qualified professionals. All teachers are credentialed, or hold a Master’s degree or Ph.D. in their field of expertise.
Interested applicants are asked to send a completed application (available at www.presentationhs.org/employment), letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to email@example.com. Qualified applicants will be contacted regarding next steps.
Presentation High School is a Catholic, college preparatory school for young women. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a close-knit professional community. We seek talented and innovative professionals who have a commitment to excellence.
M.A. in Educational Administration
A minimum of 5 years experience in student support services, including Counseling, College Counseling, Campus Ministry; preferably at the high school level.
Experience in supervision and management strongly preferred.
A commitment to the educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
Willingness to adapt to an existing curriculum, as well as enhance the respective academic programs.
Ability to work well with students, colleagues, and parents.
A willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.
A deep commitment to professional growth.
Strong, proven teaching ability and passion for the academic subject.
Knowledge of the latest research and best practices in school counseling and student support.
Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.
Commitment to equity and inclusion.
Available and willing to attend co-curricular events, including overnight field trips.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate on experience.