Employment Opportunities

Thank you for you interest in joining the Presentation community. We seek talented and innovative faculty and staff who have a commitment to excellence. Candidates for teaching positions must have a Master's degree or a Bachelor's degree with a credential in the subject. 71% of our current faculty hold advanced degrees in their fields.

Job Openings

Teaching Positions

Teaching Positions

Full-Time Digital Arts Teacher

Description

Presentation High School seeks a full-time Digital Arts teacher for the 2019-20 school year.  As a member of our Visual and Performing Arts Department, the Digital Arts Teacher instructs students in graphic design, graphic publications, digital video productions, and broadcast journalism.

Responsibilities

·        Model for students the Catholic mission and values of Presentation High School

·        Demonstrate subject matter competency and the ability to communicate that to high school students

·        Devise a system of classroom order and discipline which contributes to the learning of all students

·        Be available to students who need assistance

·        Exercise professionalism at all times with students, parents, and colleagues

·        Participate in professional development activities of the subject area, pedagogy and technology

Qualifications

·        Degree in Art with a Single-Subject Teaching Credential and/or Master’s Degree in Art or a related field.

·        Relevant teaching experience, preferably 5 or more years at the high school level.

·        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 and interest in educational technology.

·        Strong, proven teaching ability and passion for the academic subject.

·        Knowledge of the latest pedagogy for effective classroom instruction and student learning.

·        Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.

·        Commitment to equity and inclusion.

·        Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events, including overnight field trips.

Application Process

Interested applicants are asked to send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. 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 teachers who have a commitment to excellence.

In-House Substitute (Full Time)

 

IN-HOUSE SUBSTITUTE (FULL TIME)

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a full-time, in-house substitute teacher to join the faculty in the 2019-2020 school year.

Responsibilities:

  1. Model for students the mission and values of Presentation High School
  2. Be on site daily during school hours to serve as a substitute teacher as needed
  3. Implement strong classroom management skills that promote the learning of all students
  4. Present the substitute lesson plan (as provided by the classroom teacher) and facilitate student completion of the lesson.  (No specific subject matter expertise needed as substitute lesson plans are designed to be self-guided for students)
  5. Fill in for other positions beyond classroom teaching as needed (eg covering for the attendance secretary if she is out) and other auxiliary roles to fill in for faculty and staff as required
  6. Fulfill long-term subbing jobs when teachers are out for an extended period of time (particularly for mentoring or homeroom classes)
  7. Complete all necessary training to complete assigned tasks
  8. Exercise professionalism at all times with students, parents, and colleagues

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree; credential in progress or completed
  • Experience working with high school students preferred
  • Knowledge of the latest pedagogy for effective classroom management, instruction and student learning
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills

Compensation:

$30,000 annually

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to complete the application available at www.presentationhs.org/employment and send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. 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 teachers who have a commitment to excellence.

Long-term Substitute -- Math

LONG-TERM SUBSTITUTE TEACHER - MATH (FALL 2019)

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking an instructor to join the Math Department as a long-term substitute for Fall 2019 beginning in August 2019.  The substitute will be responsible for teaching high-school level math courses to students in grades 9-11.

Compensation:

This position consists of up to (5) classes.  Compensation is $100/class period/day.

Responsibilities:

  1. Model for students the mission and values of Presentation High School
  2. Demonstrate subject matter competency and the ability to communicate that to high school students
  3. Devise a system of classroom order and discipline which contributes to the learning of all students
  4. Be available to students who need assistance
  5. Exercise professionalism at all times with students, parents, and colleagues

Qualifications:

  • B.A. degree and single-subject teaching credential or Masters Degree in math or a related field.
  • Relevant teaching experience, preferably at the high school level.
  • A commitment to the mission and educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
  • Willingness to adapt to an existing curriculum.
  • 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 and interest in educational technology.
  • Strong, proven teaching ability and passion for the academic subject.
  • Knowledge of the latest pedagogy for effective classroom instruction and student learning.
  • Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.
  • Commitment to equity and inclusion.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to complete the online application available at www.presentationhs.org/employment and send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. 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 teachers who have a commitment to excellence.

Music Director

MUSIC DIRECTOR

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a Music Director and Teacher to join the Visual and Performing Arts Department in the 2019-2020 school year.  The Music Director is responsible for directing two choirs and teaching vocal and music theory classes in the Visual and Performing Arts Department.

Responsibilities:

  1. Direct Bella Voce and Cantabile choirs and prepare them for performances.
  2. Rehearse Bella Voce and Cantabile choirs and prepare for performances.
  3. Provide or arrange for musical accompaniment for all choral auditions, rehearsals and performances.
  4. Teach classes in the Visual and Performing Arts department - Choir, Vocal I/II, and AP Music Theory.
  5. Develop and operate within approved program budget and coordinate all fund-raising for the choral program.
  6. Coordinate all travel for the choral program.
  7. Work with PR and develop outreach opportunities to promote and build the choral program.
  8. Sustain and grow the choral program.
  9. Perform a winter and spring concert and additional performances as appropriate to promote and enhance the choral program.
  10. Coordinate all technical setup and equipment needs for all choir performances.
  11. Participate in annual CMEA choral festival and solo/ensemble festival.

Qualifications/Expectations:

  • Degree in Music with a Single-Subject Teaching Credential and/or Master’s Degree in a related field.
  • Experience working with high school students preferred
  • Experience teaching music theory preferred
  • Ability to work collaboratively to promote student learning
  • Knowledge of the latest pedagogy for effective classroom instruction and student learning
  • Ability to work collaboratively to promote student learning.
  • Technical knowledge of the following educational technology tools: Google Apps for Education, Canvas, PowerSchool, student information systems, databases, HTML, website management, iPad, Windows, Macintosh, telecommunications, networking systems, and other hardware.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and clearly to a broad range of constituents, including teachers, staff, parents, and students.
  • A commitment to the educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize work.
  • Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events.
  • A willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to complete the online application available at www.presentationhs.org/employment and send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. 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 teachers who have a commitment to excellence.

Part-Time Spanish Teacher

Description

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a part-time instructor to join the Modern Language Department in the 2019-20 school year as a Spanish teacher.

Responsibilities

·        Model for students the mission and values of Presentation High School

·        Demonstrate subject matter competency and the ability to communicate that to high school students

·        Devise a system of classroom order and discipline which contributes to the learning of all students

·        Be available to students who need assistance

·        Exercise professionalism at all times with students, parents, and colleagues

·        Participate in professional development activities of the subject area, pedagogy and technology

Qualifications

·        B.A. degree and single-subject teaching credential or Masters Degree in Spanish.

·        Relevant teaching experience, preferably five or more years at the high school level.

·        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 and interest in educational technology.

·        Strong, proven teaching ability and passion for the academic subject.

·        Knowledge of the latest pedagogy for effective classroom instruction and student learning.

·        Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.

·        Commitment to equity and inclusion.

·        Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events, including overnight field trips.

Application Process

Interested applicants are asked to complete the online application available at www.presentationhs.org/employment and send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. 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 teachers who have a commitment to excellence.

Religious Studies Teacher (Full Time)

RELIGIOUS STUDIES TEACHER (FULL-TIME)

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a full-time instructor to join the Religious Studies Department in the 2019-20 school year.

Responsibilities:

  1. Model for students the Catholic mission and values of Presentation High School
  2. Demonstrate subject matter competency and the ability to communicate that to high school students
  3. Devise a system of classroom order and discipline which contributes to the learning of all students
  4. Be available to students who need assistance
  5. Exercise professionalism at all times with students, parents, and colleagues
  6. Participate in professional development activities of the subject area, pedagogy and technology

Qualifications:

  • B.A. degree and single-subject teaching credential or Masters Degree in Religious Studies, Theology or Ministry.
  • Relevant teaching experience, preferably 5 or more years at the high school level.
  • 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 and interest in educational technology.
  • Strong, proven teaching ability and passion for the academic subject.
  • Knowledge of the latest pedagogy for effective classroom instruction and student learning.
  • Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.
  • Commitment to equity and inclusion.
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events, including overnight field trips.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to complete the online application available at www.presentationhs.org/employment and send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. 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 teachers who have a commitment to excellence.

 

Non-Teaching Positions

Non-Teaching Positions

Administrative Assistant to the Principal

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to the Principal to join the faculty in August 2019.

Position Purpose:  The Administrative Assistant to the Principal supports the Principal to maintain and represent the highest standards for all aspects of administration of Presentation initiatives and endeavors.  Major responsibilities include management of the Principal’s calendar, coordination of school-wide and faculty events, and effective communication with parents, alumni, staff and students. S/he supports the Principal in her work with the Board of Trustees, scheduling committee meetings, maintaining Trustee materials and records, in addition to attending Board meetings and acting as the liaison between Board committees and the Principal/administrative team.

Reports to:  Principal

Essential Duties:

Principal’s Office

  1. Acts as the “gatekeeper” for Principal, employing extreme diplomacy and grace.  Answers questions from faculty and parents and redirects phone and in-person requests for the Principal, as appropriate.

  2. Performs administrative and secretarial assignments with minimal direction from the Principal, including but not limited to maintaining calendar, arranging travel, setting appointments, preparing special reports and projects.

  3. Maintain budget records for Administrative accounts.

  4. Responsible for completing required school-wide governmental and Diocesan reporting.

  5. Supports accreditation efforts on the Administrative Team’s behalf.

  6. Administer faculty/staff evaluations of the Administrative Team.

  7. Run errands, as necessary.

  8. Maintain database of contacts and important personal dates.

External Liaison

Serve as the primary point of contact and complete school-wide memberships, surveys, etc. for the following organizations:

  1. Diocese of San Jose and Department of Catholic Schools

  2. Federal Government

  3. National Catholic Education Association

  4. San Jose Unified School District

Hiring

  1. Serve as the primary point of contact for all applicants through the application process.

  2. Track applicant progress and the hiring progress.

  3. Complete all reference checks.

  4. Facilitate scheduling of all interviews and teaching auditions.

  5. Track faculty TB tests and give updated information to the Finance and Human Resources Director
     

Board of Trustees

  1. Serve as the direct contact to Board committees on which the Principal serves.
  2. Serve as the direct support to ad hoc committees on which the Principal serves.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Responsible for special events and travel, including organization and execution of faculty/staff meetings, school-wide meetings and events, food/beverages for meetings, dinners and events at the Board level. Special projects as identified by the Principal.
  • Coordination and administrative support of all ad-hoc initiatives led by the Principal.
  • Coordinate school-wide communication, including the weekly faculty bulletin.
  • Maintain records for all faculty meetings, including agendas, materials, and attendance.
  • Track the completion of Senior Exit Interviews.
  • Coordinate the summer vacation calendar for Classified Staff.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED and a minimum of five years experience in a similar position. BA strongly preferred. A clear commitment to the mission and educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
  • Excellent organizational, time management, multi-tasking, and follow-through skills.
  • Ability to apply common sense understandings to carry out instructions, furnished in written or oral form.
  • Ability to ascertain which people may need immediate assistance and to act accordingly.
  • Must demonstrate a calm demeanor and peaceful confidence under pressure and in high-stress situations.
  • Demonstrated excellent writing skills and thorough knowledge of grammar, punctuation and spelling in order to expertly edit communications.
  • Must demonstrate complete competency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Apps, and Blackbaud Raiser's Edge.
  • Excellent typing and computer skills.
  • Must be available for occasional evening and weekend functions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all constituents in a school environment while exhibiting extreme diplomacy.
  • Confidentiality is critical in this position.
  • Demonstrated excellent attendance and punctuality.
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events.
  • A willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.


Application Process

Interested applicants are asked to download the appropriate non-teaching PDF application. Complete the application and email your application, a letter of interest, resume, and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org. Qualified applicants will be contacted regarding next steps. Salary for this position is commensurate with experience and skill. 

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.

 

Athletic Trainer

ATHLETIC TRAINER

Presentation High School is seeking excellent candidates for a Head Athletic Trainer beginning in July 2019. This is a full-time position with duties scheduled over 12 months. The Head Athletic Trainer is responsible for developing, coordinating and administering a comprehensive sports medicine program for the school. The Head Athletic Trainer is expected to perform professional and administrative services essential for the successful implementation and development of the program and participate in the Presentation community. 

Required qualifications include a BA degree (MA strongly preferred), five years of relevant experience at the high school or college level, experience in a Catholic or independent school strongly preferred, various certifications (see below) and a passion for supporting high school sports programs. The successful candidate will be able to communicate effectively and calmly with all constituents of Presentation school.

Reports to:  Athletic Director

Responsibilities:

*This listing of responsibilities is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, knowledge or responsibilities but rather a listing of principal job elements.

  1. Establish and implement procedures for prevention, evaluation and management of injuries.
  2. Provide initial first aid/emergency care.
  3. Design and supervise safe rehabilitative protocol.
  4. Provide daily maintenance of the training room, supplies and equipment.
  5. Develop and oversee budget for training room supplies.
  6. Coordinate and oversee Sports Physical Night (Training Room Fundraiser).
  7. Collect practice and game schedules from varsity coaches and input schedule into Facility calendar.
  8. Keep accurate inventory of all sport medicine/athletic training supplies. 
  9. Maintain accurate records of injuries and treatments for sports injuries with Sportsware Online program.
  10. Provide athletic training services for all home athletic contests, tournaments and practices.
  11. Provide the coaches and athletic director with a list of athletes medically eligible to compete under CIF regulations prior to each season of sport.
  12. Coordinate with Presentation Athletics’ Team Physician.
  13. Work in conjunction with the strength and conditioning staff to ensure safety in the design and implementation of fitness, nutrition and conditioning programs customized to meet student-athlete needs.
  14. Evaluate and recommend new techniques and equipment that would enhance the benefit of the sports medicine program.
  15. Communicate daily with in-season head coaches regarding the status of athletes to practice and compete.
  16. Implement and manage a comprehensive concussion program including recommendations for baseline testing and return to play protocol and coach, student-athlete and parent education. 
  17. Coordinate with Learning Specialist on Concussion Management Return to Play protocol.
  18. Act as a liaison between family physicians, medical specialists, coaches, athletes and their parents.
  19. Facilitate CPR and First Aid courses to keep the coaching staff current with their certifications.
  20. Maintain and update the Athletic Emergency Plan for Presentation athletic facilities and distribute to the coaching staff.
  21. Administer IMPACT testing for all freshman, junior and transfer student-athletes in the high-impact sports.
  22. Collect emergency contact info for all student-athletes and distribute information to coaches for their season.
  23. Ensure hydration carts are set up for practices and games each day.
  24. Attend seasonal coaches and parent meetings

 Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in appropriate area of specialization. Master’s degree preferred
  • Certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC)
  • Current first aid, CPR and AED certification
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience working as a Certified Athletic Trainer in progressively responsible roles; experience in independent schools, especially Catholic schools strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership and facilitative skills
  • Excellent verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills with an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student and parent population
  • A clear commitment to the mission of the school as articulated in the Presentation Handbook
  • Demonstrated professionalism in dealing with coaches, parents and student-athletes
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of growth and development for high school age student-athletes 
  • Working knowledge of computers and basic software programs (e.g. Google Docs, Excel, etc.)
  • Good role model and demonstrated strong ethical emphasis
  • Demonstrated excellent attendance and punctuality
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
  • Ability to work non-traditional workdays (nights, Saturdays, holidays)
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events.
  • A commitment to the educational philosophy of Presentation High School and a willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to download the appropriate non-teaching PDF application.  Complete the application and email your application, a letter of interest, resume, and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org.  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.

 

Building Maintenance Worker: Pool, Grounds And General Maintenance

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a full-time Building Maintenance Worker to join the staff in August, 2019. Under the supervision of the Director of Facilities, the Building Maintenance Worker works in the care of equipment and upkeep of the swimming pool and related facilities, provides grounds maintenance services and other basic maintenance related duties as required.

Reports to:  Director of Facilities

Examples of Duties/Essential Functions

  1. Insures that the pool chemical levels are well within state and local guidelines at all times.
  2. Monitors, handles and installs and tests for all chemicals for the swimming pool
  3. Takes daily tests and maintains logs in insure proper chemical levels.
  4. Responsible for cleaning of swimming pool and maintaining pool covers and lane lines
  5. Performs minor repairs to swimming pool pumps, pool lights, pool filters and other related items.
  6. Responsible for ordering and maintaining inventory of chemicals, parts, and supplies as needed within a given budget.
  7. Works with skilled plumbers, painters, carpenters, electricians or other tradesmen and grounds employees where some knowledge of the basic operations and methods involved is necessary.
  8. Repairs wood and metal fences and gates.
  9. Does semi-skilled plumbing and minor repair work on doors, windows, roofs, floors, and other building parts.
  10. Performs various landscaping function such as lawn morning, weedeating, fertilizing. planting flowers, pruning flowers, trimming trees, installing bark, etc
  11. Assists with installation of electrical wiring and fixtures, replaces light bulbs, ballasts, light switches and other related work.
  12. Performs semi-skilled painting work.
  13. Assembles furniture and other structures or equipment.
  14. Makes minor adjustments, services and keeps equipment in good repair.
  15. Performs heavy manual labor, custodial, and grounds work as directed.
  16. Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • National Swimming Pool Foundation Certification as a Certified/Spa Operator preferred.
  • One year experience in general swimming pool maintenance, including the handling of chemicals is desired.
  • At least one year experience providing maintenance services in a school or similar setting.

Knowledge and Abilities

Knowledge of:

  • Proper swimming pool cleaning methods and techniques and use of swimming pool chemicals.
  • Basic operations, tools and terms used in building, grounds and custodial maintenance
  • The basics of carpentry, painting, plumbing, and routine ground maintenance

Ability to:

  • Quickly learn the necessary procedures and methods used to maintain campus swimming pool in good working order.
  • Secure and keep current certifications as a Certified Pool/Spa Operator.
  • Maintain positive and cooperative working relationships with supervisor, students, co-workers and other employees.
  • Use proper methods of maintenance or mechanical repair work, and acquire skills quickly in work requiring mechanical ability.
  • Drive vehicle safely and in accordance with traffic laws.
  • Perform heavy manual labor.
  • Lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling object(s) weighing up to 75 pounds.
  • Understand and carry out written directions.
  • Ability to plan, organize and schedule work.
  • Ability to use a computer; draft and respond to emails, draft memos and other written correspondence.
  • Commit to the mission and educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
  • Be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.
  • Perform varied tasks.

Physical Demands and Working Environment

Environment

  • Indoor/outdoor environment subject to changing conditions and temperatures exceeding 90 degrees at times.
  • Working on ladders and lifts at varying heights.

Physical Demands

  • Maintain balance.
  • Lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling object(s) weighing up to 75 pounds.
  • Standing for extended periods of time.
  • Reaching overhead, horizontally and above the shoulders.
  • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a variety of specialized tools and equipment.
  • Clarity of vision at varying distances to operate equipment and to drive.
  • Verbal, auditory, and written capabilities to effectively communicate in an articulate manner.
  • Continuous hand-eye coordination and manipulation of large and small objects.
  • Hazards: Working with chemicals, tools, and powered machinery.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to visit the “Employment Opportunities” page on the Presentation website and download the appropriate non-teaching PDF application.  Complete the application and email your application, a letter of interest, resume, and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org.  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.

Community Involvement Assistant

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ASSISTANT

Presentation High School is seeking excellent candidates for a position in our Community Involvement program. Community involvement staff are responsible for assisting with the coordination of Community Involvement activities and promoting the spirit of Community Involvement to faculty, students, and the greater San Jose area community.

Purpose of position:    Assist with all aspects of the Community Involvement program.

Reports to:  Community Involvement Director

Major Responsibilities:

  1. Research agencies in San Jose area that would benefit from the service of PHS students.
  2. Place students with volunteer agencies during the school year.
  3. Coordinate and provide supervision of student volunteer placements.
  4. Assist in coordinating Food Drive and Mission Drive, Sacred Heart Charity Ball, service learning components in the curriculum and other activities of CI such as Poverty Simulations, faithful reflection after volunteer and immersion opportunities, etc.
  5. Coordinate service opportunities for CI club with CI Club Officers.
  6. Service on PHS Faith Council.
  7. Coordinate and lead student local, national, and international Immersion trips, including faithful reflection before, during, and after the trip.
  8. Coordinate school-wide Service Fair and Prayer Services throughout the year (i.e. Holiday Drives, Mission Drive).

Required Qualifications:

  • A clear commitment to the mission of the school and the mission and teachings of the Catholic church.
  • Bachelor’s degree in appropriate area of specialization. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Experience in service and mission work.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills with an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student and parent population.
  • Demonstrated professionalism in dealing with staff, parents and students.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of growth and development for high school age students.
  • Working knowledge of computers and basic software programs (e.g. Google Docs, Excel, etc.).
  • Good role model and demonstrated strong ethical emphasis.
  • Ability to work non-traditional workdays (nights, Saturdays, holidays).
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events.
  • A commitment to the educational philosophy of Presentation High School and a willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to download the appropriate non-teaching PDF application.  Complete the application and email your application, a letter of interest, resume, and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org.  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.

Director of Technology

DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a full-time Director of Technology to join the faculty in August 2019. The Director of Technology is responsible for providing strategic and tactical leadership in the administration, use, and support of technology at Presentation High School.

Reports to:  Principal

Responsibilities:

  1. Work closely with the Administration and other department directors to understand and anticipate the technology needs of the school and lead and manage projects to create solutions and/or training to meet those needs.
  2. Develop and update the school’s Technology Plan to provide a framework for prioritizing technology projects and promoting the meaningful use of technology in the classroom.
  3. Engage the academic community in the discussion and assessment of digital educational tools.
  4. Review, maintain and evaluate the technology budget and any technology project expenses.
  5. Plan, organize, direct, coordinate, and provide technical support to activities related to all technology used at Presentation, which includes, but is not limited to iPads, computer networks, student information systems, database and business systems, content management systems, learning management systems, Google Apps for Education, hardware, and office machines.
  6. Collaborate with all school staff to provide technical support for data collection, retention, dissemination to insure access and interoperability within all school data systems.
  7. Support the use of digital learning tools in the classroom.
  8. Develop and maintain technology resource sites for students and faculty.  
  9. Ensure the development, success, and accountability of the technology team staff through effective communication and fulfillment of commitments to all school constituents.
  10. Develop standards to evaluate the effective use of technology school-wide and assess technology systems regularly against those standards.
  11. Provide leadership for enhancing teaching and learning through the identification, evaluation, adoption, and integration of effective educational technology into the curriculum.
  12. Develop and implement IT policies and procedures.
  13. Develop IT architecture (infrastructure, systems/network, applications, data, and access).
  14. Manage vendor relationships, contracts, purchases and quality control.
  15. Conduct security audits, business continuity tests, and implement a business continuity plan if an event is declared.
  16. Maintains IT risk register and timeframes to remediate issues.
  17. Approves third party access to school systems/network, applications, devices, information assets or network.
  18. Assesses the effectiveness of IT infrastructure using quality, security, cost, utilization and performance metrics.
  19. Represent the technology interests of the school in regional and state meetings, and serve as liaison to other schools within the Diocese and region for work on collaborative grants and projects in distance education.

Qualifications:

  • M.A. in relevant technology field preferred.
  • Teaching or other work experience in schools strongly preferred.
  • Technical knowledge of the following educational technology tools: Google Apps for Education, Canvas, PowerSchool, student information systems, databases, HTML, website management, iPad, Windows, Macintosh, telecommunications, networking systems, and other hardware.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and clearly to a broad range of constituents, including teachers, staff, parents, and students.
  • Experience planning, organizing, and coordinating the management of a technology program, staff, and activities.
  • A commitment to the mission and educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize work.
  • Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events.
  • A willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to download the appropriate non-teaching PDF application.  Complete the application and email your application, a letter of interest, resume, and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org.  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.

Speech and Debate Coach (Full-Time)

SPEECH AND DEBATE COACH (FULL TIME)

Presentation High School is seeking excellent candidates for a Speech and Debate Coach beginning in August 2019. This is a full-time position with duties scheduled over the academic calendar and through the end of the Speech and Debate season.  Speech and Debate coaches are responsible for assisting with leadership for the ongoing development, coordination and administration of Presentation High School’s Speech and Debate Program.  As an all-girls school, we are particularly interested in candidates whose desire is to develop young women and further opportunities for young women in the Speech and Debate community.

Reports to:  Director of Speech Debate and the Vice Principal of Student Activities

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Teach at least one section of any Speech and Debate courses offered in the curriculum.
  2. Be Available to meet with students for coaching sessions.
  3. Support all activities of the Speech and Debate program.
  4. Coordinate the Speech Festival and all Speech and Debate recruitment events annually.
  5. Attend League coaches meetings.
  6. Chaperone at all Speech and Debate events or arrange for appropriate supervision in conjunction with the Director of Speech and Debate.
  7. Coordinate and manage practice round schedules for the team.
  8. Direct at least one Speech and Debate event.
  9. Oversee and manage Speech and Debate Student Board/Officers as appropriate.
  10. Schedule and meet with students during prep periods/collaboration.
  11. Maintain appropriate team files and updated research.
  12. Assist with the management and direction of Presentation hosted tournaments.

Qualifications:

  • BA in appropriate area of specialization. MA degree preferred.
  • Experience in managing programs, budgets, and personnel.  Experience working in a high school and/or with high school students preferred.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of speech and/or debate events and community at large.
  • Demonstrated investment in local, regional, and national speech and debate communities including NSDA, NDCA, etc.
  • Experience with managing and directing local, regional and circuit level tournaments.
  • Technical knowledge of Tabroom.com.
  • Ability to work collaboratively to promote student learning.
  • Technical knowledge of the following educational technology tools: Google Apps for Education, Canvas, PowerSchool, student information systems, databases, HTML, website management, iPad, Windows, Macintosh, telecommunications, networking systems, and other hardware.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and clearly to a broad range of constituents, including teachers, staff, parents, and students.
  • Experience planning, organizing, and coordinating the management of a technology program, staff, and activities.
  • A commitment to the educational philosophy of Presentation High School.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize work.
  • Excellent organization, verbal and written skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills.
  • Available and willing to work occasional co-curricular events.
  • A willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the Presentation community.

Application Process:

Interested applicants are asked to download the appropriate non-teaching PDF application.  Complete the application and email your application, a letter of interest, resume, and contact list of references to employment@presentationhs.org.  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.

Coaches

Coaching Positions

Head Varsity Golf Coach

Head Varsity Golf Coach

Presentation High School, an all girls’ high school in San Jose, CA, seeks candidates for the position of Head Varsity Golf Coach, for the season beginning August 9, 2019 and ending October 26, 2019. This position will be responsible for running the Golf Program at Presentation, which consists of the varsity and junior varsity teams.

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Experience playing competitive Golf
  • Experience teaching Golf skills and strategies that apply to the skill level of the players preferred
  • Proven ability to exemplify the highest standard of leadership, sportsmanship and respect
  • Ability to attend all team practices and games (Mon-Fri 3-6pm)
  • Knowledge of appropriate safety measures to ensure the well-being of players
  • CPR/First Aid certification
  • Demonstrated abilities in communication and community relations
  • Proven ability to work in partnership with students, staff, and parents
  • Professional dedication to athletic development and expertise in coaching

Contact: Stacey Mallison

Phone Number: 408-264-1664 ext. 2492

Head Varsity Volleyball Coach

Head Varsity Volleyball Coach

Presentation High School, an all girls’ high school in San Jose, CA, seeks candidates for the position of Head Varsity Volleyball Coach, for the season beginning August 9, 2019 and ending November 23, 2019. This position will be responsible for running the Volleyball Program at Presentation, which consists of the varsity, junior varsity and freshman teams.

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Experience playing competitive Volleyball 
  • Experience teaching Volleyball skills and strategies that apply to the skill level of the players preferred
  • Proven ability to exemplify the highest standard of leadership, sportsmanship and respect
  • Ability to attend all team practices and games (Mon-Fri in afternoon/evening.  Some Saturday commitments.)
  • Knowledge of appropriate safety measures to ensure the well-being of players
  • CPR/First Aid certification
  • Demonstrated abilities in communication and community relations
  • Proven ability to work in partnership with students, staff, and parents
  • Professional dedication to athletic development and expertise in coaching

Contact: Stacey Mallison

Phone Number: 408-264-1664 ext. 2492

 

 

Administration

Administrative Positions

President Search

We are currently seeking a President. Please visit https://www.presentationhs.org/about-us/president-search for full details. 

How to Apply

Step 1

Download and save PDF application to your computer, be sure to not fill it out in the browser. Right click on the appropriate link below and choose "save". Choose where you would like to save it, and then click save.

Step 2

Complete PDF application using Adobe Acrobat, click here to download Adobe Acrobat. Be sure to save PDF once you are done filling out the application.

Step 3

Email required PDF application and other required documents to employment@presentationhs.org. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of applications. An incomplete application will not be accepted.

Benefits and Salary

Presentation High School offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a close-knit professional community