Current Openings at Our Member Schools

Lipscomb Academy – Athletic Director and Associate Head of School (Application)
The Lipscomb Academy Athletic Director (AD) provides leadership for the development and supervision of all athletic programs in accordance with Lipscomb Academy’s mission and rules of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) Division II regulations. The AD will be a person of high Christian character, who is positive and has the ability to communicate effectively with and relate to students, parents, alumni and all LA constituents. The AD will have a tremendous work ethic and an unwavering desire to grow and strengthen the LA athletic programs. The AD is responsible for overseeing all athletic personnel and facilities and setting the vision for athletic facility needs and improvements. Working closely with the Associate Head of School for Advancement, the AD is responsible for creating a sustainable financial support model for Lipscomb Academy athletic programs. Supervises all coaching staff and athletic administrative staff.


Montgomery Bell Academy – Biology Teacher (Application)
MBA is seeking a full-time high school science teacher to teach Biology and Environmental Science. Teaching experience, an advanced degree, and involvement with extracurriular activities preferred.


Montgomery Bell Academy – Art Teacher (Application)
MBA is seeking a full-time faculty member to teach art and to work in a number of extracurricular areas. Our preference would be to find someone with an advanced degree, but we would be open to practicing artists who have a B.A. degree. We have recently renovated the art facility and have strong resources both for students and faculty. We look forward to employing a fourth member of the visual arts department and developing and building upon the history and traditions of art at MBA.


Montgomery Bell Academy – Librarian (Application)
Montgomery Bell Academy is seeking an experienced full-time head librarian to lead its Patrick Wilson Library. Working with extensive print and digital resources, this individual manages a vibrant and modern space, is integrated into the academic program, working closely with the department chairs and Academic Dean, and is engaged with the entire student body, faculty, and staff.


St. Cecelia Academy – Director of Admissions (Application)
The Director of Admissions is responsible for student recruitment and retention for St. Cecilia Academy. The Director of Admissions promotes the Academy to prospective students and families in Catholic, private and public elementary schools and homeschool, the greater Nashville community, and the faculty and staff of St. Cecilia.

The Director of Admissions must be able to think strategically and creatively to implement a comprehensive and results-oriented admissions plan that includes traditional and innovative strategies. In addition to having a deep understanding of the school’s mission, the ideal candidate must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral, and be goal and deadline-oriented with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.


St. Cecelia Academy – Director of Development (Application)
The full-time Director of Development leads the Advancement Department and works closely with the Principal and the Director of Advancement to oversee and manage all aspects of St. Cecilia Academy’s development program. The Director of Development must be able to think strategically and practically to implement a comprehensive and results-oriented development plan that includes traditional and innovative strategies. Key components of this plan should include goals, strategies, and timetables for major and capital gifts, alumnae giving, annual fund, and planned giving. The Director of Development focuses on building key relationships with donors, alumnae, faculty and staff, parents, and volunteers, as well as community and corporate leaders. The ideal candidate must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral, and be goal and deadline-oriented with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.


St. Cecelia Academy – Math Teacher, Grades 9-12 (Application)
Qualifications:
 Master’s degree in content area or in education preferred, with at least 2 years teaching experience. Interested candidates should be competent professionals and witnesses of personal integrity committed to the Roman Catholic mission and vision of St. Cecilia Academy. The ideal candidate should possess strong content knowledge, excellent communication and human relations skills, and preferably experience working in Catholic education.


St. Paul Christian Academy – Director of Admissions (Application)
The Director of Admission is responsible for managing the process of recruitment and admission of students, maintaining efficient electronic student records, and managing all other aspects of the admissions process. As the school’s first contact with families, the Director of Admission serves in an essential public relations role and is responsible for positively projecting the St. Paul Christian Academy Mission to prospective parents. For more information, email Kristen Jones at kjones@stpaulchristian.org.


St. Paul Christian Academy – Marketing and Communications Director (Application)
Full Time; 12-month position - Responsible for shaping and coordinating a consistent school message aligned with the mission of St. Paul Christian Academy for the school community, alumni, media and general public. Raise the profile of the school as Nashville’s leader in elementary school Christian education, provide information required to measure constituency opinions, and identify anticipated future needs with the goal of maintaining capacity enrollment of qualified, mission-appropriate students. Direct and supervise the work of the Communications Specialist. To apply, please forward a brief letter of introduction, salary requirements, resume and statement of faith to Kristen Jones at kjones@stpaulchristian.org.


University School of Nashville – College Counselor (Application)
University School of Nashville invites qualified candidates to apply for a full time position as a College Counselor. USN’s approach to college counseling flows from the school’s larger philosophy that students should have an increasing sense of agency as they mature through their time with the school. The school’s college counseling office strives to keep students at the center of the process, reminds students of the balanced perspective necessary to successfully navigate the college search, and encourages students to live in the present as much as the future as it pertains to their interests and course of study. By emphasizing institutional fit and personal drive throughout the search, USN’s College Counseling office has enjoyed great success.


University School of Nashville – Physical Education Teacher (Application)
University School of Nashville seeks a physical education teacher to plan and lead developmentally appropriate physical education lessons for K-12 students. The goal of the school’s physical education program is to create a positive physical education environment that reflects the practices of Responsive Classroom and Positive Coaching Alliance. The position calls for excellent teamwork with physical education colleagues and the ability to incorporate best practices into a growth-oriented teaching style. The Physical Education Teacher reports to the Physical Education Department Chair and the Head of Lower School. This position is a temporary position.


University School of Nashville – High School Mathematics Teacher (Application)
University School of Nashville invites qualified candidates to apply for a full time position teaching high school mathematics. Responsibilities include teaching five sections (likely advanced sections of Algebra 2 and Precalculus), serving as an advisor to approximately ten students, participating collegially in meetings and initiatives of the mathematics department and of the high school faculty, and taking an active role in the life of the school community. Mathematics teachers at USN employ a range of teaching practices, many of which embrace graphical, verbal, numeric, and algebraic perspectives. Similarly, teachers facilitate classroom spaces that feature direct instruction, discussion, group work, student presentations, technology-based activities, and experiential learning, all as means to invite students into the exploration and conjecture necessary for deeper understanding of mathematics. Moreover, we create environments that underscore the importance of effective written and verbal communication.