Seeking a part time visionary that can provide strong leadership with knowledge of facilities. Flexible scheduling that may be a good fit for a retired Engineer.
Director of Campus Projects
Employment Type: Part Time
Focus is on facilities management, strategic planning and prioritizing regarding all Mount Carmel facilities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Supports the goals of the school;
- Works within the scope of the budget;
- Meets regularly with President for updates, advising, decision-making regarding facilities;
- Communicates with Building Engineer to understand current and anticipated scope of various projects;
- With the Building Engineer and President, vets and hires outside vendors contracted to work on campus: construction, utilities, janitorial service, cafeteria service, landscaping and others as needed;
- With the Building Engineer, understands and implements enhanced campus security measures, as needed;
- With the Building Engineer, develops a list of ongoing preventive maintenance and repair needs for all campus buildings, in regular consultation with the President, as follows:
- Long-term needs—1 year or more out;
- Short term—less than 1 year out;
- Immediate or emergency needs (ASAP);
- With the Building Engineer, knowledge of state and city codes and coordinating of site inspections;
- Work on cost reductions regarding energy usage.
Education and Experience:
- Education College Degree, facility management preferred
- Experience At least 5 year experience, preferably in a high school environment. Working knowledge of building maintenance, mechanical systems, renovations, and construction
- Effective communication skills
- Time Management
- Problem solving and decision making
- Proactive and self-direction
- Analytical and Quantitative skills
Ms.Milka Kattan, Director Human Resources
Qualified Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three references with the position title in the subject line.
Title/Position: Biology; General Sciences
Category: Science Teaching Faculty
Employment Type: Part Time
Start Date: Immediate
Level: High School (grades 9-12)
Faculty at Mount Carmel High School are blessed to teach some of the most hardworking, respectful, and delightful young men from Chicago, the surrounding suburbs, and Northwest Indiana. Each young man comes from a dedicated, supportive and involved family. Faculty at Mount Carmel must contribute to a collaborative environment that is powered by dedicated professionals. Our teachers are responsible for providing an educational environment where young men have the opportunity to fulfill their potential for growth that opens up the potential to become faithful Men of Carmel, through highly effective teaching practices that incorporate technology into the curriculum. Our faculty are responsible for promoting student achievement and academic success at every turn. Faithful, caring, and dedicated faculty are desired to continue to uphold our mission of teaching our Catholic Carmelite values and principles, while pushing our students to become service-driven leaders.
This teacher will be responsible for biology (9th grade) and another course, depending on enrollment numbers. Active participation in Science Department meetings, and other engagement are required. Such events are Open House, Personal Tour Nights, etc.
Provide a positive environment that encourages students to be engaged in the learning process, including active and responsible use of technology. Implements instructional techniques that contribute to an atmosphere where our young men are engaged in meaningful learning experiences. Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs. Uses and analyzes available data to drive instructional practices. Maintains effective, efficient, and timely grading procedures. Establishes and maintains cooperative and professional working relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, including the Principal, Department Chair, Campus Ministry, etc. Strong candidates will also be able to fit in with two ongoing initiatives at Mount Carmel: 1:1 learning and cross-curriculuar instruction.
Candidates must possess the following:
- Degree in secondary education (or will obtain by July 1, 2021)
- Valid teaching license (or will obtain by July 1, 2021)
Illinois certification preferred, but not required.
- Virtus Training Certification (or completed within first 90 days of employment at Mount Carmel).
- Name: Mr. Scott C. Tabernacki, Principal
- Phone: 773-324-1020
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: 6410 S. Dante Ave., Chicago, IL 60637
- Website: www.mchs.org
Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and reference list (3 professional references prefered) to Principal Scott Tabernacki at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Biology Position” in the subject line.
Interviews will be scheduled by the Principal