Career Opportunities

Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, a member of the international Network of Sacred Heart Schools, is a Catholic, independent college preparatory school for girls, Grades 1-12, with a co-educational Early Childhood Program (Little Hearts), Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten.

With over 700 students and rooted in the five Goals of Sacred Heart education, Stone Ridge inspires young women to lead and serve, through lives of purpose that integrate faith, intellect, community, social action, and personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom.

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Non-Discrimination Statement
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to their age, color, disability status, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sex, veteran status, or any other class protected by state or federal law. As a Catholic school in the Sacred Heart tradition, Stone Ridge reserves the right to use religion as a hiring criterion for selected positions, as permitted by law. Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.

Lower School Teacher for the Early Elementary Grades

posted April 24, 2017

Stone Ridge is seeking a Lower School Teacher for the Early Elementary Grades to begin August 16, 2017.

Lower School Teacher for the Early Elementary Grades is responsible for teaching all academic courses in her/his grade level in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart education. Working closely with colleagues who teach the same grade level, s/he creates and updates plans for content, quality, and continuity of curriculum. S/he actively collaborates with Learning Strategists and Educational Technologists to develop strategies to support all students, and s/he works with the Counseling staff in developing social-emotional programming. S/he is well versed in the philosophy and execution of Writing Workshop and Reading Workshop in an early elementary classroom. Familiar with cognitively-guided instruction, s/he demonstrates experience with both a progressive and didactic approach to teaching mathematics. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings and participates in Professional Learning Communities within the Stone Ridge community. S/he maintains good communication with families about student progress through regular progress reports and responses to parents’ inquiries.

The ideal candidate has 3-5 experience teaching experience and possesses a Bachelor’s in a relevant field; a Master’s degree is preferred. Ideally, s/he holds a teaching certification for the early elementary classroom. S/he demonstrates genuine affection for children, a record of successful teaching, a capacity for working with a range of learning abilities, and experience with integrating appropriate educational technologies into the teaching environment. S/he demonstrates strong writing and communication skills, a capacity for organization and follow-through, a collaborative mindset, and flexibility.

Compensation includes competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented  backgrounds are encouraged to apply.  Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is May 8, 2017.

Director of College Counseling

posted on April 12, 2017

Stone Ridge is seeking a Director of College Counseling to begin July 10, 2017.

The Director of College Counseling is responsible for setting vision with the Head of Upper School for the Office of College Counseling. Likewise, the Director of College Counseling synchronizes operation of the Office of College Counseling as the team guides members of each year’s graduating class through the process of transitioning to postsecondary education; this work, with both families and students, is done in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. S/he oversees the progress of student college selections; provides information and counsel about process, selections, finding the right “fit,” developing a college list, and considering financial aid options; s/he is responsible for all school forms of student applications, including but not limited to the School profile, transcripts, counselor letters of recommendation, teacher letters of recommendation, and the secondary school reports. S/he works closely with the Assistant Head of Upper School on student course selection and participates in Upper School Department Chair meetings under the leadership of the Head of Upper School. As needed, s/he prepares the Board of Trustees reports on the college admissions process, including an ongoing analysis of current national and international trends in college admissions. S/he coordinates college counseling assignments with the Assistant Head of Upper School and the Associate Director of College Counseling, facilitates and schedules all practice standardized testing for students, and hosts college representatives throughout the year. S/he organizes, plans, and delivers various presentations and programs regarding the college process throughout the school year. S/he also establishes and teaches the college counseling curriculum in a classroom setting.

With regard to communication, the Director of College Counseling meets regularly with parents about their daughter’s college process, meets with students during both junior and senior years, and maintains relationships with colleges and universities to support student placements and to facilitate advocacy phone calls when appropriate. S/he attends and participates in national and regional conferences, professional organizations, and education forums. S/he reports directly to the Head of Upper School and supervises the work of the Associate Director of College Counseling and the Administrative Assistant to the Office of College Counseling. The Director of College Counseling attends all faculty and employee meetings and fulfills other duties as needed.

The ideal candidate has 5-7 years experience in college counseling in independent or public schools or in admissions at the collegiate level. S/he possesses and Bachelor’s degree in a related field; a Masters is preferred. S/he is proficient with Naviance and possesses historical or institutional knowledge of the Goals and Criteria of the Sacred Heart. In addition to a strong commitment to adolescents and the societal pressures on this age group, s/he demonstrates excellent communication, organization, and execution skills. S/he is a strong collaborator with a balanced and team-oriented mindset and is able to motivate others. S/he has a strong work ethic, flexibility with time and travel, and a demonstrated record of excellent networking skills.

Compensation includes salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented  backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is May 5, 2017.

Upper School Chemistry Teacher

posted April 12, 2017

Stone Ridge is seeking an Upper School Chemistry Teacher to begin August 16, 2017.

The Upper School Chemistry Teacher is responsible for teaching three sections of honors level chemistry and one section of AP Chemistry in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. Working closely with colleagues in the Science Department and throughout the Upper School, s/he creates and updates plans for content, quality, and continuity of curriculum. S/he actively collaborates with Learning Strategists and Educational Technologists to develop strategies to support all students, and s/he works with the Counseling staff in developing social-emotional programming. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings, participates in the Social Action Program, serves as an Advisor, fulfills other faculty duties, and maintains good communication with families about student progress through regular progress reports and responses to parents’ inquiries.

The ideal candidate has experience teaching chemistry at the honors or AP level in independent and/or Catholic schools and possesses an advanced degree in a related field. S/he demonstrates a track record of successful teaching, a capacity for working with a range of learning abilities, and experience with integrating appropriate educational technologies into the teaching environment. S/he is familiar with the Next Generation Science Standards for education and Understanding by Design. S/he demonstrates strong writing and communication skills, a capacity for organization and follow-through, creativity, and flexibility.

Compensation includes competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is May 1, 2017.

Early Childhood Classroom Aide (1)

posted on April 12

Stone Ridge is seeking an Early Childhood Classroom Aide for our Little Hearts Program to begin August 16, 2017.

The Early Childhood Classroom Aide works in conjunction with the Director of Early Childhood and Lead Teachers within the School’s Little Hearts Program. S/he provides general supervision and care with children, ages 3 months to 3 years old, in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. Working closely with colleagues in the Little Hearts Program, s/he facilitates snack and mealtimes, including helping with preparation, feeding, and clean up. S/he assists with diaper changing, room/activities clean up, nap time efforts, and laundry as needed. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings, as schedule allows, fulfills other faculty duties, and maintains good communication with families as appropriate.

The ideal candidate has experience working with infants or young children in a school/child care setting and must be 16 years of age, or older. S/he demonstrates a record of successful support of children, a capacity for working with a range of learning abilities, and experience with the needs of infants and toddlers. S/he is physically able to attend to the needs of infants and toddlers, with the ability to lift at least 40 pounds regularly.

Compensation includes competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is May 14, 2017.

Early Childhood Classroom Aide (2)

posted on April 12

Stone Ridge is seeking an Early Childhood Classroom Aide for our Little Hearts Program to begin August 16, 2017.

The Early Childhood Classroom Aide works in conjunction with the Director of Early Childhood and Lead Teachers within the School’s Little Hearts Program. S/he provides general supervision and care with children, ages 3 months to 3 years old, in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. Working closely with colleagues in the Little Hearts Program, s/he facilitates snack and mealtimes, including helping with preparation, feeding, and clean up. S/he assists with diaper changing, room/activities clean up, nap time efforts, and laundry as needed. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings, as schedule allows, fulfills other faculty duties, and maintains good communication with families as appropriate.

The ideal candidate has experience working with infants or young children in a school/child care setting and must be 16 years of age, or older. S/he demonstrates a record of successful support of children, a capacity for working with a range of learning abilities, and experience with the needs of infants and toddlers. S/he is physically able to attend to the needs of infants and toddlers, with the ability to lift at least 40 pounds regularly.

Compensation includes competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is May 14, 2017.

Upper School Part-Time Assistant Dean of Students

posted April 7, 2017

Stone Ridge is seeking an Upper School Part-Time Assistant Dean of Students to begin August 1, 2017.

The Upper School Assistant Dean of Students is responsible for supporting all facets of student life in the Upper School, in alignment with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education, in concert with the Upper School Dean of Students. S/he enforces school policies and holds students accountable regarding minor disciplinary infractions. Working with the Upper School Dean of Students, the Upper School Assistant Dean of Students plans and coordinates student activities, including specific class events (e.g. Winter Ball and Prom), after school clubs, Student Community Governance, and Diversity Cultural Group programming. S/he serves as the Fourth Academic Class Dean, collaborating with colleagues to execute all events related to the 12th grade class. S/he is responsible for lunch supervision and helps the Upper School Registrar with regular attendance as well. S/he attends all faculty and employee meetings, fulfills other faculty duties, and maintains good communication with families, as needed.

The ideal candidate has experience working with teenagers, preferably in independent and/or Catholic schools and possesses and Bachelor’s degree in a related field. In addition to a strong commitment to students and the ability to motivate in an engaging manner, s/he demonstrates excellent communication, organization, and execution skills. S/he is a strong collaborator with a balanced and team-oriented mindset.

Compensation includes salary commensurate with experience; this is a part-time position.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented  backgrounds are encouraged to apply.  Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is May 1, 2017.

Processing Archivist Intern (part-time)

posted March 17, 2017

Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, a member of the international Network of Sacred Heart Schools, is a Catholic, independent college preparatory school for girls, Grades 1-12, with a co-educational Early Childhood Program, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten.  With over 700 students and rooted in the Goals of Sacred Heart education, Stone Ridge inspires young women to lead and serve, through lives of purpose that integrate faith, intellect, community, social action, and personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom.

The Processing Archivist Intern works on a part-time basis in support of the Director of Institutional Advancement and the Director of Marketing and Communications at Stone Ridge. As the School prepares for its Centennial Celebration in 2023, it seeks to employ a Processing Archivist Intern to advise the School on best practices for institutional archives in alignment  with the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Education. S/he works directly with the development and communications staffs to arrange, create, and re-house institutional records and to advise on appropriate software for cataloguing this institutional memory. S/he implements basic preservation methods, identifies materials in need of repair and conservation, and prioritizes for future preservation efforts. S/he trains and assists volunteers, as available, in handling, organizing, and processing archival materials.

The ideal candidate has experience working in independent and/or Catholic schools and possesses and Bachelor’s degree in a related field. S/he has knowledge of archival theory and practice with a strong understanding of current technologies in the field. S/he demonstrates a collaborative spirit, excellent writing and organizational skills, and an acute attention to detail.

The Processing Archivist Intern is paid at an hourly rate that is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and a cover letter to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format.  The deadline for applications is April 30, 2017.

Campaign Manager

posted March 8, 2017

Stone Ridge is seeking a Campaign Manager to begin on July 1, 2017, if not sooner.

The Campaign Manager is an essential member of the Institutional Advancement Team. S/he works directly with the Director of Institutional Advancement; s/he works closely with the School’s leadership teams, volunteers and staff, including the Board of Trustees, to achieve the goals of the School’s major campaign efforts. As the School approaches its 100th anniversary, Stone Ridge seeks to add a dynamic team member who will bring energy and optimism to our next campaign. The Campaign Manager works to ensure the campaign is on schedule and progressing with a high level of visibility and momentum. S/he strives to engender a sense of excitement, optimism, and confidence in all constituents as s/he seeks to achieve the campaign goal(s).

The Campaign Manager fully understands and relates to the School’s mission. S/he has a proven track record of campaign needs in all phases: prospect research, record keeping, identification, cultivation, solicitation with successful closure of major gifts, stewardship, and donor recognition. S/he is responsible for the implementation of all aspects of the fundraising campaign, including execution of operating plan, goals, and timetable. S/he works closely with the staff solicitors including, the Director of Institutional Advancement, Director of Annual Giving, and Director of Alumnae Relations to ensure a coordinated approach to each major gift prospect and collaborates with the Director of Marketing and Communications on the creation of campaign print and electronic materials (e.g. case statement, Board of Trustee presentations, solicitations and acknowledgements, and gift agreements). With the Director of Institutional Advancement, the Campaign Manager provides analysis and progress reports to the Head of School and Board of Trustees, personally managing a select portfolio of 150-180 major/leadership gift prospects. S/he collaborates with the Director of Institutional Advancement and Director of Special Events to plan campaign prospect visits, develop event briefings before events, and supports staffing of events as needed.

The ideal candidate holds a Bachelor’s degree plus significant industry-related experience; an understanding of independent secondary or higher education is a plus. S/he has a track record for successful implementation and completion of a capital campaign and annual fundraising efforts, with demonstrated achievement in donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. S/he is a strong team collaborator with excellent skills in both written and verbal communication. S/he is proficient with Blackbaud’s Raiser’s Edge and is committed to giving life to the School’s mission.

Compensation includes competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants of diverse, underrepresented  backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, a writing sample - illustrating some aspect of industry experience, list of references, and cover letter addressed to Corinne Fogg, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, all in PDF format. The deadline for applications is April 21, 2017.

Substitute Teachers

Early Childhood Program Substitutes
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart is seeking Substitute Teachers for its Early Childhood Program, Little Hearts. Successful candidates will have experience working with children between three months and four years of age. Substitute Teachers will be available to cover in the absence of a classroom teacher. The substitute will be responsible for the implementation of activities that promote the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of young children. Responsibilities also include communication with parents, maintaining classroom records, cleanliness, and orderliness. Excellent organizational and communication skills are required. Appreciation for the School’s Catholic values and Sacred Heart tradition, a commitment to academic and personal excellence, diversity, community, and service as expressed through the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria is essential. The program hours are 7:30 am until 5:00 pm.

Pre-K-Grade 12 Substitutes
Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart is seeking Substitute Teachers for all grades Pre-Kindergarten- Grade 12. Successful candidates will have experience working with children in the age group specified within a candidate's application. Substitute Teachers will be available to cover in the absence of a classroom teacher. The substitute will be responsible for the implementation of activities that promote the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of young children. Responsibilities also include communication with parents, maintaining classroom records, cleanliness, and orderliness. Excellent organizational and communication skills are required. Appreciation for the School’s Catholic values and Sacred Heart tradition, a commitment to academic and personal excellence, diversity, community, and service as expressed through the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria is essential. The program hours are 7:30 am until 4:00 pm.

Interested candidates should complete the online employment application at www.stoneridgeschool.org/srapplication. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, list of references, and cover letter addressed to Ms. Corinne Fogg, Director of Professional Development, all in PDF format.

Coaching Positions

Stone Ridge is seeking the following coaching positions:

None are available at this time. Please check back.



Compensation includes salary commensurate with experience.
 
Applicants of diverse, underrepresented  backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should complete the Employment Application for Coach Positions. As part of the online application, please upload a resume, statement of philosophy, list of references, and cover letter addressed to Jason McGhee, Director of Athletics, all in PDF format.



Please link to the appropriate employment application.

Employment Application - Faculty, Staff, & Administrative Positions

Employment Application - Coach Positions


Stone Ridge Career Contact

Corinne Fogg
Director of Curriculum & Professional Development
cfogg@stoneridgeschool.org
Ext. 566

9101 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20814
301.657.4322

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