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Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in applying for a teaching position at Bishop Ireton High School. We believe that the process of finding qualified teachers who are seeking to make Ireton a home is a two-way street.  We look to provide applicants with as much information as possible in order to ensure that our mission and educational philosophy matches your own. Our website should give you an introduction to the challenging, spiritual, and personalized education that enables Bishop Ireton students to achieve success in high school and beyond. 
 
All of us at BI want our students to develop to their fullest potential. Our patron St. Francis de Sales writes, “Be who you are and be that well.” To that end, we are facilitators in recognizing, assembling, and integrating the critical components of a student’s education. We believe that finding the right teachers is paramount in giving our students the best opportunities to be successful.

Our vision is to inspire each and every student to grow in their Catholic faith through the love of God and one another. We are looking for energetic, passionate teachers who welcome the challenges of teaching and who can maintain a sense of perspective in their years here at BI. We are looking for teachers who demonstrate maturity, professionalism, creativity, and the ability to work in a collegiate environment.  Strong candidates display a consistent work ethic, pursue professional development opportunities, and understand that our profession is a ministry not merely a job.
 
In order to carry out our mission, we are looking for teachers who are committed to:
  • Integrating a Catholic and Salesian spirit into their subject matter while keeping St. Francis de Sales’ motto of “fortiter et suaviter” (firmly and gently) as a guiding beacon
  • Giving witness to Christ the Unique Teacher, in both their lives and teaching. As Fr. Brisson, founders of the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales writes: “What greater thing in all the world…than to fashion souls. What is greater than to mold the morals of the young? More than any painter, more in genius than the greatest sculptor, is he whose art is to shape consciousness for good and form character who he can recreate in a student the image and likeness of God.”
  • Providing an environment which enables students to grow in their faith
  • Encouraging each student to attain true self-knowledge and a valid sense of self-worth as one created by God in his image
  • Providing a college preparatory curriculum that challenges and inspires each student to achieve individual excellence
Thank you for your interest in Bishop Ireton High School!
 


Current job opportunities are listed below. If you not see a position of interest, but would like to keep your resume on file, please fill out the application inquiry form. Click here to go to the Diocese of Arlington Office of Catholic Schools website.

Current Job Openings

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  • Athletic Director

    Position: Athletic Director
    Reports to: Head of School

    Bishop Ireton High School, a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory high school serving 800 students in Alexandria and the Diocese of Arlington, seeks an Athletic Director. The Athletic Director oversees the entire athletic program at Bishop Ireton. The Athletic Director is a member of the senior administrative staff and advises the staff on all athletic program matters. This is a full-time, 12-month position reporting to the Head of School and Principal.
     
    General Responsibilities
    • Supports and upholds the philosophy of Catholic education and the mission of the school, and promotes the spiritual formation of coaches and student athletes
    • Promotes and models good sportsmanship and maintains an active program that welcomes competing teams, guests, and game officials
    • Advises the Head of School and Principal on athletic matters; works in conjunction with the Head of School to generate coaching contracts
    • Oversees and evaluates all personnel in the Athletic Department
    • Recruits, hires, mentors, and evaluates head coaches for all athletic teams
    • Ensures all athletic coaches, support staff, and volunteers are properly trained and evaluated
    • Acts as a liaison among coaches, the Bishop Ireton Athletic Boosters, the Advancement Office, and other revenue generating BI athletic organizations
    • Develops, reviews, and revises the athletic handbook and any athletic agreements in coordination with school administration and medical staff
    • Works in conjunction with the Principal and assistant principals, the admissions committee, guidance counselors, and others as appropriate for student player eligibility
    • Oversees the athletic calendar and its schedule of meetings, practices, games, tournaments and events – both home and away – including transportation, facilities, officials, security, and student supervision
    • Coordinates with the Director of Operations to schedule any third-party use of school athletic facilities
    • Generates and maintains an annual budget for all athletic programs and supporting activities, including sports medicine, transportation, and capital requirements
    • Equips teams with athletic equipment, supplies and uniforms; maintains inventory records; ensures all equipment, unused supplies, and uniforms are returned and in satisfactory condition
    • Collaborates with external officials and representatives of the WCAC and VISAA, City of Alexandria, state, diocese, and civic authorities regarding athletic activities
    • Collaborates with the Director of Communications and Marketing to maintain athletic webpages, promote BI athletics through various social media and written communications, and coordinate publicity and news releases to the media
    • Plans, manages, and attends recognition programs for school athletes
    • Has direct involvement in school’s staff retreats, liturgies and prayer services, service programs, and staff formation programs
    • Oversees the organization, promotion, and supervision of all athletic summer camps
    Required Qualifications
    • 6-8 years of experience in senior management, preferably in an educational and athletic setting
    • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field; Master’s degree preferred
    • Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, school management software (Blackbaud)
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software, including PowerPoint, Excel, and Word
    • First aid and CPR certification or eligibility for certification within 30 days of employment
    Terms of Employment
    • Full-time, 12-month employee
    • Hours subject to responsibilities of position and frequently requires evening and weekend duty
    • Background check and Virtus training
    • Valid driver’s license
    Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience
     
    Contact: We invite qualified candidates to consider becoming part of our community by submitting a cover letter with statement of interest, a resume and professional references by email to ADapplication@bishopireton.org. Confidential review of materials will continue until the appointment is made. It is preferred, however, that all applications be submitted prior to August 29, 2019.
  • Head Certified Athletic Trainer

     
    Position: Head Certified Athletic Trainer
    Reports to: Director of Athletics
     
    Position Summary
     
    Head Certified Athletic Trainer will provide the appropriate medical support, education, and advice to athletes and guardians, the coaching staff, and the AD regarding injuries, conditions and sports medicine-related issues in a proactive as well as reactive manner. This position is required to maintain all athletic-related medical information, including, but not limited to sports medicine policies and procedures, certified athletic physical exam records establishing fitness for physical activities, documentation of injuries, illnesses, and pre-existing conditions that may impact wellness and ability for athletes to compete safely. When appropriate, provide medical treatment, physical therapy, rehabilitative treatment for injuries and conditions related to an athlete’s ability to compete, including the appropriate time to return to normal activities.
     
    Essential Functions
    • Provide athletic training services during athletic contests, practices, and other activities, as necessary.
    • Provide advice and “return to competition” decisions to players, parents, coaches & staff regarding athlete’s medical condition
    • Maintain accurate records of medical exams, injuries, and rosters of athletes; with school nurse, co-administrator for MAGNUS health system (for athlete-related functions).
    • Report to diocesan risk management those school-related injuries that may require the attention of a doctor or other fee-based health care provider
    • Oversee Bishop Ireton concussion management policy
    • Other tasks as may be assigned by the AD
     
    The ideal candidate will demonstrate:
    • A commitment to a successful athletic program of education, competition, and sportsmanship that fosters the values espoused by the Catholic mission of Bishop Ireton High School
    • Confidentiality
    • A customer service orientation, a positive attitude, and overall enthusiasm for BI athletics
     
    Required Qualifications
    • Education: Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred. Graduate from an accredited undergraduate or graduate athletic training program required.
    • Experience: Five or more years of experience preferred.
    • Licensure/certification/registration: NATA BOC certification and Virginia Athletic Training license required.
    • Additional skills required: Excellent customer service, written and oral communication, basic computer application skills, and ability to multitask. Facility with or willingness to learn school management software (Blackbaud).
    • Additional skills preferred: Hold or ability to hold Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) certification(s).
     
    Working Environment: Physical ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined above, in addition to the following:
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to see, talk and hear. Requires eye hand coordination and manual dexterity to allow for suture or staple removal. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stretching, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift and/or move items up to 75 pounds. The employee is required to supervise students requiring the employee to match walking speed that matches the student and may, at times, require the ability to run to safeguard students. Employee is required to drive locally and occasionally on interstate travel. Employee is regularly required to handle highly stressful situations and resolve conflicts. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. The job is performed for the most part in a school setting with frequent events held outside, even in inclement weather. The noise level is that of a typical school setting and/or athletic event.
     
    Terms of Employment
    • Full-time, 12-month employee
    • Hours subject to responsibilities of position and frequently requires evening and weekend duty
    • Background check and Virtus training
    • Valid driver’s license
     
    Start Date:     August 2019
     
    Salary:             Competitive and commensurate with experience
     
    Benefits:         We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including 403(b) and pension.
     
    Contact:         Candidates interested in joining this dynamic, faith-centered organization are invited to submit a cover letter, current resume, and at least three (3) professional references by email to tina.becker@bishopireton.org by July 27.
     
    About Bishop Ireton
    Bishop Ireton, a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory high school in historic Alexandria, Virginia, began its proud heritage of academic excellence in 1964. The school offers a challenging environment and outstanding quality of life, both in academics and co-curricular activities, with a strong focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) initiatives. The spirit of community service and giving back is part of everything the school does. Bishop Ireton’s top-tier status is reflected in its talented faculty and staff, who take great pride in seeing virtually every graduate head to college - often to the most prestigious universities and service academies.

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