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  • Associate Chaplain

    Postition begins August 2015

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks an Associate Chaplain for the 2015 - 2016 school year. It is the only school in East Texas accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, a member school of both the National Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Episcopal Schools. The student body represents the growing diversity of East Texas with over 20 denominations and faiths represented. 
     
    The Associate Chaplain’s primary responsibility will be pastoral care, chapel services, and faith formation classes in the Lower School division. Additionally, the Associate Chaplain will teach religion in the Intermediate and Middle School divisions. The Associate Chaplain will work cooperatively with the Senior Chaplain to provide pastoral care and support to students, families, faculty, and staff of the All Saints community.

    Qualifications & Skills:
    • Have a religion or theology degree
    • Lay person or an ordained priest in the Episcopal Church
    • Experience working with young people in a school and/or parish setting preferred 
    • Possess demonstrated preaching expertise to young children
    • Possess excellent experience and knowledge of the needs of young children as learners
    • Possess knowledge of the pastoral care needs of young children and their families
    • Have the ability to apply religious teaching to the lives of students and faculty among diverse backgrounds
    • Demonstrate the ability to express the Episcopalian faith in ways that are open to and inclusive of the various religious and cultural beliefs and practices present in the All Saints community
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the theories and practicalities involved in providing pastoral care to the school community
    • Have excellent collaboration and team-building skills
    • Be self-motivated, flexible, and a good problem-solver
    • Possess excellent communication, listening, and organizational skills
    Essential Functions:
    • Effective management and oversight of spiritual programming in the Lower School
    • Develop Chapel themes for the school year
    • Create communication pieces for the Lower School that reflect Episcopal identity
    • Ensure Chapel liturgy has integrity and relevance for the Lower School
    • Implement opportunities for student involvement in services
    • Provide prayers at Lower School meetings and events
    • Oversight of spiritual celebrations
    • Develop and teach faith formation curriculum for Lower School
    • Participate in the community service programs in the Lower School
    • Make hospital, home visitations, and condolence calls
    • Meet with School Counselor, Lower School Head, and School Nurse weekly for Student Support Resource Team to address the social/emotional needs of the Lower School student body
     
    Please send a letter of interest and resume to The Reverend Thomas Morris, School Chaplain, at tmorris@all-saints.org.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • Executive Assistant to the Head of School

    Position begins July 2015

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks an experienced Executive Assistant for the 2015-2016 school year. This is a full-time 12 month position beginning July 1, 2015. The Executive Assistant is a primary liaison between the Head of School and all school constituencies providing a wide range of high-level support services. Qualified candidate will possess exceptional communication, interactive, and organizational skills to maintain an effective and well-organized office. In addition to supporting the Head of School’s leadership role in all capacities, the Executive Assistant also supports the Board of Trustees working collaboratively to organize activities.

    Essential competencies include an advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, the ability to embrace confidentiality and teamwork, and a positive attitude. The candidate must possess the initiative to assume responsibility for various projects. The Executive Assistant reports directly to the Head of School. Compensation and benefits are consistent with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to Randal Brown, Head of School, at rbrown@all-saints.org.
     
    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade, secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities. 

    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty and staff. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • Lower School Librarian/Media Specialist

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks an experienced Lower School Librarian/Media Specialist for the 2015 - 2016 school year. The candidate should have an in-depth knowledge of how to develop and organize a library program and informational resources to meet the developmental needs of Lower School students and the professional needs of teachers. The Librarian/Media Specialist must work collaboratively with the Lower School teachers to implement programs to encourage reading for enjoyment, as well as design interdisciplinary units through the integration of literacy skills. Familiarity with technology resources is essential. The willingness to provide professional development for faculty in the use of information and digital literacy tools is encouraged. The Lower School Librarian/Media Specialist can expect to be a valuable contributor to plans for the future renovation of the Lower School library.

    The ideal candidate should have an advanced degree in library and information science and at least three years of teaching experience, preferably in independent schools. Compensation and benefits are consistent with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications. Interested persons should send a letter of interest, resume, and educational philosophy to Mrs. Kathy Wood, Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs, at kwood@all-saints.org.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • Lower School Science Teacher

    Position begins August 2015

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks an experienced Lower School science teacher for the 2015 - 2016 school year. The candidate should have a passion for science and the professional skills to use an inquiry-based approach to teaching scientific principles. Lessons and activities should encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem-solving, appropriate to the various developmental stages for elementary-age children. Familiarity with technology in the teaching of science is essential. The Lower School science teacher can expect to be a valuable contributor to plans for the future renovation of the Lower School science lab. She or he will have the opportunity to expand curricular ideas which may incorporate STEM initiatives, as well as develop activities to feature our Environmental Education Center. Teachers at All Saints are expected to have a strong commitment to the students, working collaboratively with their colleagues to plan curriculum to support personal growth and development.

    The ideal candidate should have a degree in science or a related field, an advanced degree, and at least two years of teaching experience, preferably in independent schools. Compensation and benefits are consistent with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications. Interested persons should send a letter of interest, resume, and educational philosophy to Mrs. Kathy Wood, Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs, at kwood@all-saints.org.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • Middle School English Teacher

    Position Begins August 2015

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks an innovative and dynamic seventh grade English teacher for the 2015 - 2016 school year. The candidate should have a passion for teaching literature and language arts and be committed to working with middle school age children. The candidate should be innovative in thinking, providing activities and opportunities to encourage curiosity, exploration, and critical thinking appropriate to learning at developmental levels. Familiarity with technology in the teaching of English is essential. Additional means of participation in the All Saints community include leading an advisory, coaching, and sponsoring an extracurricular activity. Teachers at All Saints are expected to have a strong commitment to the students, working collaboratively with other department members to plan curriculum to support personal growth and responsibility.

    The ideal candidate should have a degree in English, an advanced degree, and at least two years of teaching experience, preferably in independent schools. The successful candidate must be flexible and an excellent communicator and collaborator. Charisma, humor, energy and a desire to inspire middle school students are essential characteristics for this candidate. The candidate should demonstrate a willingness to grow professionally and participate in the larger school culture. Compensation and benefits are consistent with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications. Interested persons should send letter of interest, resume, and educational philosophy to Mrs. Kathy Wood, Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs, at kwood@all-saints.org.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • School Counselor

    Position begins August 2015

    All Saints seeks a School Counselor to provide educational, social, behavioral, and personal counseling to students enrolled in grades 3K - 12. The counselor will assist students, parents, and faculty in solving problems and facilitating student learning. The School Counselor will work to develop and implement school-wide, grade level, group, and individual behavioral support programs and health education/life skills resources for our school community.
     
    Essential functions include:
    • Weekly meetings with the Student Support Resource Teams to collaborate on student welfare
    • Act as liaison to community resources in addressing the needs of students and their families
    • When indicated, schedule collaborative meetings with parents, teachers, educational resource staff and appropriate administrators
    • Confer with teachers about individual student’s social and emotional needs
    • Provide professional expertise on child development and counseling issues such as social skill development, parenting, separation/divorce transitions, crisis intervention, grief counseling, substance use/abuse, and eating disorders
    • Meet with individual students on a one-on-one basis as needed and upon recommendation of the faculty/division heads
    • Provide parent education on topics of interest and serve as a resource for grade-level parent coffees and other parent communication issues
     
    Qualifications include at least a Masters level in Clinical Social Work, School Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or related field with emphasis in counseling and/or education. Experience working as a counselor in a K - 12 school highly preferred.  Please send a letter of interest and resume to The Reverend Thomas Morris, School Chaplain, at tmorris@all-saints.org.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.

  • The All Saints Fund Director

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic, and goal-oriented professional to continue the foundational efforts of its development program, The All Saints Fund and the Parent Association Spring Gala. This is an entry level fundraising position with opportunity for professional advancement in the field of development. This position will require a detail-oriented self-starter who will oversee and grow the revenue of the All Saints Fund and Spring Gala currently totaling $450,000. He/She will also be charged with growing our donor base of 600 constituents.  Previous Development work or private school experience is desirable. This professional would become the fourth member of the Development Office.
     
    The All Saints Fund Director has the major responsibility of coordinating, planning, and executing The All Saints Fund annual campaign for constituents who are not within the leadership giving levels of this campaign. A strong rapport and communication with parents is an essential skill but most important is a personality that can celebrate the importance of The All Saints Fund. This position is also charged with serving as the lead staff person in charge of the annual Parent Association Spring Gala.  An ideal candidate will possess a willingness to join and be part of a strong team-oriented office of four. All team members are committed to the success of the whole office. This is a full-time, 12-month position. There are occasional evening and weekend responsibilities. The salary is competitive and based on experience and skill level.
     
    Candidates for this position will possess strong technology skills, experience in Microsoft Office and Raisers Edge software is desirable. Please send cover letter and resume to Charlotte Mullen, Director of Development. Start date is negotiable but immediate employment is needed.  Interested candidates should email a resume, writing sample, and names of three references to Charlotte Mullen, Director of Development, at cmullen@all-saints.org. All candidates for employment are asked to complete the employment application.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.

  • Upper School Administrative Assistant

    Position Begins July 2015

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks an Upper School Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant assists the Division Head and Division Dean in all aspects of his and her work. He or she supports the Upper School with administrative tasks including attendance management, communication with parents, photocopying, and collation of documents, ordering and maintaining supplies for faculty and division office, database management, statistical reports, programs, and mass mailings. He or she will maintain the interworking of the division office.
     
    The ideal candidate will have prior administrative experience, a minimum of an associate’s degree, a working knowledge/understanding of current technology, and a deep commitment to working with students. Compensation and benefits are consistent with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications. Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, and other supporting materials to Kyle Edgemon, Head of Upper School, at kedgemon@all-saints.org or 903.579.6057.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • Upper School History Teacher

    Position begins August 2015

    All Saints Episcopal School seeks a full time history teacher for the 2015 - 2016 school year. The candidate should have a command of the subject matter to teach a range of history topics, including electives. The candidate should be innovative in thinking, providing activities and opportunities to encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem-solving appropriate to learning at developmental levels. Familiarity with technology in the teaching of history is essential. Additional means of participation in the All Saints community include leading an advisory, coaching and sponsoring an extracurricular activity. Teachers at All Saints are expected to have a strong commitment to the students, working collaboratively with other department members to plan curriculum to support personal growth and responsibility.

    The ideal candidate should have a degree in History, an advanced degree and at least two years of teaching experience, preferably in independent schools. Compensation and benefits are consistent with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications. Interested persons should send letter of interest, resume and educational philosophy to Mrs. Kathy Wood, Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs, at kwood@all-saints.org.

    All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.
     
    In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty. All Saints Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or national origin.
  • Part-Time Bus Driver

    Part-Time Bus Drivers, as needed, for out of town school group trips.
    Must have the following driving certifications – B, Air Brakes, Passenger & School Bus. Background checks will be done on applicants.
     
    Contact: Jason Godbold at 903.579.6000 x1209