We are a school driven by the pursuit of Altiora, “the higher things,” according to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church - the same characteristic we look for in our employees.
Elder High School. A Great Place to Work.
Candidates interested in our available career opportunities should send a cover letter and resume to our Human Resources Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available Job Openings
Elder High School, an all-boys Catholic high school located in Cincinnati, Ohio, is seeking a full-time Religion Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned or be eligible for a valid certificate to teach religion in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
JON PETERSON SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR
Elder High School, an all-boys Catholic high school located in Cincinnati, Ohio, is seeking a full-time Jon Peterson Scholarship Coordinator for the 2020-2021 school year. Applicants must have an Ohio Special Education Teaching Certificate/License to teach children with disabilities. Previous experience working in the educational setting is desired.
This position will include the teaching as well as the administrative functions of the Jon Peterson Scholarship Program. Responsibilities will include:
Completing Elder High School’s responsibility in the Scholarship Application System through the Ohio Department of Education secure SAFE portal;
Cooperating with the Public School Districts to aid in the production of the students’ Evaluation Team Report and Individualized Education Program processes;
Designing and implementing lesson plans;
Working cooperatively with classroom teachers;
Assisting in classroom intervention strategies, modifying general education curricular as necessary, and assisting the student with regular class assignments;
Working cooperatively with parents and maintaining regular communication.
Background Checks for Teaching & Non-Teaching Employees
Elder High School complies with The Decree on Child Protection which is promulgated by the Archbishop of Cincinnati. Our fingerprinting policy includes manual fingerprinting for employees and electronic background checks for all employees and volunteers.
All teaching and non-teaching employees are required to have FBI (federal) and BCI (state) fingerprints completed prior to employment at Elder High School. Additionally, a one-time only Selection.com Electronic Background Check is to be completed at the same time. Once the checks return with no issues, the employee is cleared to start his/her employment at Elder.
Teaching (certificated) employees are required only to complete FBI fingerprints every five (5) years, with the exception of those who have lived outside the State of Ohio within those five (5) years. Those employees would be required to complete BCI fingerprints in addition to the FBI fingerprints.
Non-teaching employees are required to complete both FBI and BCI fingerprinting every five (5) years.
Following the suggestion of the Ohio Department of Education, Elder High School has adopted the policy with regards to completing fingerprints prior to the upcoming school year on any employee who has expiring fingerprints within that school year.
Compensation & Benefits
Elder High School offers a robust benefits package including healthcare, dental, flexible/child care spending accounts, and 401K and Roth 401K retirement options with 4% employer contribution and a match up to 3%.