Thank you for your interest in St. Martin's Episcopal School. Founded in 1959, St. Martin's is a coeducational day school in Atlanta, GA. serving students from infants through 8th grade. We have more than 630 students and 133 faculty and staff members.
 
St. Martin's is blessed with gifted and caring faculty and administrators in an outstanding academic community. Our teachers are passionate about their work and serving our students.  
 
St. Martin's aims to hire and retain talented and dedicated employees by offering competitive compensation. Our benefits package includes medical, dental, disability, life insurance, retirement savings plan and a variety of voluntary benefit options.  
 
As positions become available, they will be listed below. If you are interested in substitute teaching, please submit your application and resume to careers@stmartinschool.org and someone will contact you. Thank you. 

Opportunities

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  • Early Learning Director (High Point Campus)

    Early Learning Director (High Point Campus)
    Status: Full-time, Exempt
     
    Summary
    The Early Learning Director is responsible for all the daily activities, planning, and budget of the program, including the supervision and leadership of staff with the caring and teaching of children.  This position will oversee the daily operations of our Infant and Toddler program located at our High Point campus, reporting to the Head of School and Early Childhood Principal.  The  Early Learning Director is in charge of hiring all staff for the High Point location and will supervise approximately 15 teachers.  The  Early Learning Director must be able to work independently at a location separate from our main campus.       
     
    Essential Functions
    The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of this job include, but are not limited to:
     
    • Supervise the Infant and Toddler programs, teachers, and students at High Point campus from 7:15am - 6:00pm Monday through Friday 12 months a year
    • Responsible for designing and maintaining a developmentally appropriate program of quality preschool and childcare in a loving, Christian environment
    • Plan, organize, direct, manage and supervise programs for preschool-aged children
    • Implement best practices for children and families
    • Operations - come in, start program, get it off the ground - a lot of upfront work
    • Daily staffing and scheduling, resolving issues, and last-minute changes
    • Coordinate with the Enrollment Management office regarding student entry and movement and transitioning.  Send information and letters to parents regarding student transition process.
    • Meeting needs of multiple constituents - pulled in multiple directions at once
    • Adhere to all additional procedures related to COVID-19
    • Oversee the recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and training of new faculty and staff for the preschool program at High Point.  Coordinate with HR and Finance office. 
    • Ensure that High Point is in full compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and oversee Bright From the Start certification process for that property
    • Build positive relationships with faculty and parents
    • Responsible for providing weekly time sheets and any sub pay necessary for High Point program to HR for payroll purposes
    • Meet with direct reports periodically to provide feedback; develop, track, and deliver annual performance reviews
    • Develop department goals, objectives, and systems.  Implement new policies/procedures and processes as needed
    • Participate in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars as necessary to represent the department
    • Complete administrative tasks such as ordering supplies and equipment, coordinating maintenance requests, and plan ahead for supply shortages and maintenance issues
    •  Must be ready and willing to jump in and be hands-on when necessary (walking around, checking on classrooms, changing diapers, carrying babies, etc.)
    • Any additional tasks as requested by the Head of School or Early Childhood Principal
    Qualifications
    Education
    Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Early Childhood or related field.  Teaching experience working with preschool-aged children required.
     
    Experience
    Minimum 3-5 years directing a preschool or daycare center required.  Experience working within an independent school setting preferred. 
     
    Skills and Knowledge
    • A professional educator with demonstrated leadership ability
    • Commitment to the school’s Diversity Mission Statement
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Thorough knowledge of childcare center laws and regulations
    • Accountable, collaborative, and customer-service oriented
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
    • Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to prioritize
    • Able to receive and implement constructive feedback
    • Must be able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, while exercising sound judgement
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from various school constituencies 
    • Self-starter who is dedicated, and follows through with tasks until completion
     
    Other
    Ability to serve in a 12-month role, 7:15am to 6:00pm Monday-Friday.  All work is performed on campus. 
     
    Physical Requirements
    This job is performed mostly inside and sometimes outside; the noise level can be quiet to loud. Position requires sitting at a desk, walking, standing, crouching, stooping, talking, seeing, and hearing as needed to perform essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to type, finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. This position requires the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
     
    In compliance with ADA requirements, we will make reasonable accommodations for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.
     
    Additional Responsibilities
    The statements in this job description are intended to represent the key duties, essential nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be all responsibilities or qualifications of the job.
     
    All employees are expected to support the mission and vision statements of St. Martin's Episcopal School, and to contribute to the overall life of the school. 
     
     
    About St. Martin’s Episcopal School
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from Infants through 8th grade. 

    The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.
     
    How to Apply
    Qualified candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org
  • Finance Associate

    Status:  Full-time, Exempt
    Reports to:  Director of Finance & Operations
     
    Summary
    The Finance Associate is responsible for the accounts payable process, oversees the outside facility management operation, and serves as a payroll processor at least once a month.
     
    Essential Functions
    The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of this job include, but are not limited to:
     
    Accounts Payable
    • Responsible for processing all school accounts payable activity in a timely and accurate manner, including prepaid invoices and reconciliation of the school’s corporate credit cards.
    • Ensure invoices have proper approval before entering invoice into the accounts payable system.
    • Responsible for data entry of all invoices in the accounts payable system ensuring accurate coding of the invoices to the proper account.
    • Responsible for processing, at minimum, a weekly check run, matching invoices to checks, preparing checks for signatures, and mailing the checks once signed.
    • Responsible for filing paid invoices immediately after each check run.
    • Responsible for initiating employee reimbursements via Electronic Fund Transfer weekly.
    • Enter monthly drafts into Blackbaud, ensuring accuracy of entries.
    • Maintain Finance archive files and records in accordance with School and regulatory requirements and practices.
    • Research vendor inquiries regarding payments.
    • Ensure compliance (W-9s received) with federal and state regulations, governing payment to vendors including companies or consultants.
    • Responsible for processing and administration of 1099s.
     
    Payroll
    • Enters payroll information twice a month. Ensure accuracy before getting approval by HR and the Director of Finance.
    • Calculate overtime pay for each payroll.
    • Track retirement contribution changes. Coordinate with the HR Manager for making changes in the TIAA portal following payroll.
    • Data entry and reconciliation regarding insurance billing.
     
    General Ledger and Auditing/Accounting
    • Produce and distribute monthly departmental expense budget reports.
    • Enter invoice adjustments as needed.
    • Prepare various reports as required for the annual audit.
    • Collect and provide information requested by audit team.
    • Organize and keep track of prepaid expenses throughout the year.
    • Monitor and properly document the following throughout the year: various fixed assets accounting transactions; prepaid expense and accrued expense transactions; property and equipment records.
     
    Cash Receipts
    • Responsible for accurately receiving, verifying, coding, data entry, and deposits of miscellaneous cash receipts through the year (library related fees, COBRA payments, vendor payments/commissions, student fundraisers, etc.)
    • Manage billing and payments related to items for the Parent Teacher Organization.
    • Responsible for the administration of the school’s petty cash fund.
     
    Facilities
    • Coordinate daily activities and serves as liaison with TMS, our facilities management company.
    • Manage purchasing process, including choosing vendors, receiving quotes, approval and ordering.
    • Manage relationships with vendors and lessors of school office equipment.
     
    General
    • Maintain inventory of critical file storage room.
    • Ensure working/quality of equipment (postage machine, copiers, etc).
    • Order paper and office furniture as needed.
    • Provide support to the Human Resource Manager on an as-needed basis.
    • Perform carpool duties as assigned and serve as back-up to the Front Desk as needed.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
     
    Qualifications
    Education
    Bachelor’s degree required. Accounting majors preferred.
     
    Experience
    3-5 years of previous financial and facilities experience required, preferably in an independent school setting. Experience with accounting software required. Experience with payroll processing preferred. Data entry experience required.
     
    Skills and Knowledge
    • Ability to multi-task, stay focused and organized and prioritize work.
    • Able to independently make decisions and exercise sound judgement.
    • Attention to detail and accuracy are required.
    • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Work independently and efficiently with minimum supervision.
    • Self-starter who is punctual, dedicated, and follows through with tasks until completion.
    • Able and willing to be trained on new applications and processes.
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
    • Able to receive and implement constructive feedback.
    • Proficiency with MS Office (especially Excel), MS Word, Blackbaud’s Financial Edge, email, Internet, Google.
    • Effectively manage and maintain an organized email inbox with numerous incoming requests.
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from various school constituencies.
    • Confidentiality, discretion and accountability required.
     
    Other
    Ability to serve in a 12-month role. Hours are at minimum 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday, but there may be work required outside of these hours, including some evenings and weekends. All work is performed on campus, and employee must be punctual on a daily basis. 
     
    Physical Requirements
    This job is performed mostly inside and sometimes outside; the noise level can be quiet to loud. Position requires sitting at a desk, walking, standing, crouching, stooping, talking, seeing, and hearing as needed to perform essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to type, finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. This position requires the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
     
    In compliance with ADA requirements, we will make reasonable accommodations for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.
     
    Additional Responsibilities
    The statements in this job description are intended to represent the key duties, essential nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be all responsibilities or qualifications of the job.
     
    All employees are expected to support the mission and vision statements of St. Martin's Episcopal School, and to contribute to the overall life of the school.

    About St. Martin’s Episcopal School
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from Infants through 8th grade. 

    The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.
     
    How to Apply
    Qualified candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org
  • Virtual Learning Teacher - ES

    Elementary School Virtual Learning Teacher                                                                       
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School seeks a Virtual Learning Teacher to support the Elementary division for the 2020-2021 academic school year.  We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive.
     
    This position will teach students in grades 1st-5th who are learning virtually from home this semester.  This teacher will:  compile and upload daily videos and learning materials for each grade level; meet virtually with each grade level “cohort” every day; and meet with each individual student 1-2 times per week. Teacher must be able to assess how the student is doing and collaborate with grade level teachers.  This teacher may be asked to be on campus 1-2 times per week. 
     
    Candidates must have 3-5 years of classroom experience as a lead teacher, a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, and the ability and interest in working with elementary school-aged children.  A degree in Early Childhood Education is required, and candidates must be comfortable with technology and innovation.
     
    This position is part-time working 25 hours/week, approximately 8am-1pm.
     
    About St. Martin’s Episcopal School
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from Infants through 8th grade. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
    The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.
     
    How to Apply
    Qualified candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org
     
  • Virtual Learning Teacher - EC

    Early Childhood Virtual Learning Teacher                                                                                             August 2020
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School seeks a Virtual Teacher to support the Early Childhood division for the 2020-2021 academic school year.  We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive.
     
    This position will teach virtually in four levels:  Toddlers, Beginners (3s), Pre-K, and Kindergarten.  This teacher will:  compile and upload daily videos and learning materials for each grade level; meet virtually with each grade level “cohort” every day; and meet with each individual student 1-2 times per week.  Teacher must be able to assess how the student is doing and collaborate with grade level teachers.
     
    Candidates must have 3-5 years of classroom experience as a lead teacher, a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, and the ability and interest in working with children ages 2-5.  An understanding of Early Childhood Education is required, and candidates must be comfortable with technology and innovation.
     
    This position is part-time working 25 hours/week, approximately 8am-1pm.
     
    About St. Martin’s Episcopal School
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from Infants through 8th grade. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
    The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic.
     
    How to Apply
    Qualified candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org
  • Infant Program Teaching Assistant

    Infant Program Teaching Assistant                                                                                                      August 2020
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School is looking for experienced Infant Teachers to work in our new Falcons Classroom (approximately ages 18-24 months old). We seek candidates who support our mission and are culturally competent and responsive. We are welcoming of all applicants regardless of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected characteristic. 
    Summary
    The ideal candidate will have already completed the State of Georgia (Bright from the Start) Child Development Associate (CDA) credential for Infant Caregivers, and have two years of experience working with infants (ages 8 weeks – 24 months). A Bachelor or Associates degree is preferred but not required. 
    The candidate could also be a high school graduate, at least 19 years of age, working towards a degree in early education, or holds the CDA credential for Infants, and has two years of experience in an early childhood program. CPR and First Aid a plus, other trainings and background checks will be required upon hire.
    Candidates should be professionals who embrace working in a highly collaborative and collegial environment and are comfortable incorporating the use of various technologies to support student learning. St. Martin’s believes in life-long learning and offers teachers extraordinary opportunities for professional growth and benefits packages. 
    Responsibilities and Duties
    Early Childhood Infant Teachers operate the classroom in compliance with all Georgia child care licensing standards. S/He ensures that child care routines are carried out in a manner that is prompt, hygienic, and consistent with good child development principles. This includes routines related to diapering, hand washing, eating, napping and transitioning between activities and co-curricular classes. The position also ensures that parents receive adequate information about their child's experiences at the school through daily contacts and regularly scheduled parent conferences. The Teacher provides daily care individually to each infant, including but not limited to diapering every 2 hours and feeding on demand. The Teacher also observes children to detect signs of illness, injury, emotional distress, or other special needs and report these signs immediately to the Early Childhood Principal.
    • Provide a safe and loving environment for the infants in his/her care
    • Be the primary caregiver for children in the classroom
    • Give bottles to infants as provided by parents
    • Feed infants' solid foods as age appropriate and provided by parents
    • Change diapers as needed
    • Soothe infants by singing to and cuddling them
    • Supervise infants on the floor as they play with age appropriate toys
    • Put infants in cribs for nap time
    • Ensure play, sleep and changing areas are kept clean
    • Appropriately supervise children while keeping them safe at all times
    • Engage children in activities and play that stimulates their development
    • Ensure the safety and well-being of each child by responding to their emotional, social, and physical needs as well as their educational needs
    • Utilize developmentally appropriate practice and best practice methods at all times
    • Assist children with activities of daily life (restroom use, diapering, hand washing)
    • Approach parents daily and speak with them about their child(ren)
    Qualifications
    • Caring individual who enjoys teaching young children
    • Possess a strong work ethic, be punctual, and have minimal absences
    • Be mentally and physically capable of caring for a large group of children alone in a classroom
    • Great customer service skills to communicate effectively with parents
    • Have an awareness of the unique needs of young children and have appropriate expectations
    • Be able to kneel, bend, squat, lift, push, pull, and carry children up to 70lbs
    • Be available for full time employment and available to work as early as 9:15am and as late as 6:15pm
    • Have dependable transportation
    • Completion of the Early Childhood courses as designed by the state
    • Meet annual professional development requirements as required by the school
    • Ability to pass a background check
    • Extended periods of time sitting on the floor
    • Ability to work year-round
    • Must be able to work well together on a team with other teachers
    Additional Expectations
    • Create and maintain an environment that is clean, organized, and safe for all children
    • Establish a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care and friendly service
    • Lead Teacher may train and supervise teacher aides in the classroom, ensure they are following program policy and expectations, and direct them as to what duties need to be carried out throughout the day
    • Plan daily activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children
    • Conduct child assessments and facilitate parent-teacher conferences
    • Attend and engage in occasional parent participation events and other events that may be on nights and/or weekends
    • Maintain a professional self-image and project the values of the organization at all times
    How to Apply
    Please email your cover letter, resume, and list of references to careers@stmartinschool.org.
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School, founded in 1959, is a coeducational day school serving students from 8 weeks old through 8th grade. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stmartinschool.org.
  • Substitute Teacher

    Summary            
    St. Martin’s Episcopal School is immediately seeking qualified substitute teachers for fall 2020.  Age groups range from Infants through 8th grade.  Please indicate which grade levels you are interested in working with.   

    Ideal candidates will hold a 4-year degree or equivalent experience, and must have experience working with children.

    Candidates should be a professional who embraces working in a highly collaborative and collegial environment.

    How to Apply
      
    Please submit your resume, three professional references and application form to careers@stmartinschool.org.

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Contact Information

Stephanie Cantillo
Human Resources Manager
(404) 228-0741
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement             
St. Martin's Episcopal School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, applicants are considered only on the basis of merit, qualifications and abilities. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.
 
 
Non-Discrimination Policy

St. Martin's Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its employment practices, educational, admissions, or financial policies and athletic or other School administered programs.
St. Martin’s Episcopal School is a private day school for students in preschool through grade 8, located in Atlanta, GA. We are dedicated to providing a quality education of the whole person in a loving, Christian atmosphere, which fosters lifelong learning.