Job Openings

Admissions Associate

This prominent private school is seeking an Admissions Associate for the 2018-2019 school year.  This position involves working as a key member of the school administration in representing and promoting the mission of the school to prospective and current families.  The successful candidate will demonstrate strong organizational, interpersonal, communication, and computer skills; must enjoy getting to know new people.

The following are some of the responsibilities of the Admissions Associate:

  • Assisting in processing admissions and financial aid applications and scheduling all visits
  • Being responsible for answering the phone and providing excellent customer service
  • Navigating OnBoard (previous experience not necessary, as training will be provided, but must be able to follow directions and protocol with attention to detail)
  • Utilizing Excel and OnBoard to pull and organize data as directed by the admissions team
  • Creating organized lists, spreadsheets, and graphs through Excel as directed by the Director of Admission
  • Coordinating with the  Parents’ Association to support the integration of newly enrolled families into the school community
  • Organizing individual child evaluations, including coordinating with the other division assistants to schedule more complex child visits
  • Participating in 3+ Sunday school visits as well as 5+ evening school fairs
  • Serving as an ambassador for school in interacting with sending schools, peer schools, and multiple other external constituencies

Terms of Employment:

  • The Admissions Associate reports to the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
  • This is a full-time, twelve-month position (July 1st to June 30th)
  • Competitive salary and benefits

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Business Manager

The Business Manager reports to the Rector, and serves at the Rector’s discretion. If there is no incumbent Rector, the Business Manager reports to the Senior Warden.

This position is a unique opportunity to work in an historic institution that is developing its mission and ministry in new directions. At the discretion of the Rector, the successful candidate may have additional future opportunities for increased operational oversight, contingent upon strong performance in all areas of the position and demonstrated ability to interface well with the strategic directions and needs of the leadership.


Strong candidates will possess:

  • A bachelor's degree (minimum) in Organizational Management, Accounting, Business Administration or Business Management.
  • Five (5) years minimum of management experience, including three (3) years minimum of supervisory experience.
  • Excellent oral and written communication and people skills; high motivation towards achieving institutional goals
  • Significant experience in organizational and operational management.
  • Knowledge of non-for-profit accounting principles, investment management, and personnel management.
  • Knowledge of P&L accounting methods, budgeting and financial planning and analysis.
  • Computer skills: must be familiar with common types of accounting software and spreadsheet programs.
  • Property Management experience is desirable: working with leases, tenants, and property issues, assist in capital projects and maintenance planning.
  • The ability to manage and multi-task in a diverse environment, maintaining appropriate professionalism and discretion at all times.

 Specific responsibilities:


Oversee the overall financial operations of the parish.
Manage annual budget process and parish finances, including all sources of income and all expense departments, under the guidance of the Rector and Vestry.
Oversee accounts receivable, payables, payroll, budget control and chart of accounts.
Oversee the use of accounting software. Supervise other Business Office staff as delegated by the Rector including staff accountant and outside accounting service.
Oversee annual budget and audit processes.
Liaise with the auditor, Finance Committee, and other independent contractors and volunteers as necessary.
Oversee the preparation of monthly financial reports for staff, Finance Committee, and Vestry.
Monthly P&L reports are prepared and reviewed by staff and Finance Committee before being presented to the Vestry. The goal is to report to the vestry no more than fifteen (15) days after the close of each month.
Oversee and manage all due-to/due-from transactions

 Building & Grounds, Equipment, and Facilities

Review and update property insurance coverage and manage claims.
Liaise with Facilities Manager in relation to maintenance and renovation projects on the block.
Participate in the planning, execution and oversight of construction projects on the block.

Computers and office systems

Manage accounting and database software applications, including outside support and training.
Oversee Church’s IT systems. Assess and address computer system issues promptly and manage outside technical support services (IT).
Manage telephone and voice mail and other systems, including service providers and technical support.


Manage lay and clergy employee benefit programs, including insurance plans and personnel policies.
Supervise and maintain appropriate records in new hire processing and terminations.
Supervise the Thrift Shop manager, Business Office staff, and any other staff as delegated by the Rector.
Recommend to the Rector any additional training for administrative staff as needed.

 Property Management

Oversee and manage all financial transactions with leased properties on the block.
Work with real estate broker to rent the townhouse units when they become vacant.
In conjunction with Facilities Manager, interview prospective tenants.
Complete tenant reference and financial background checking process.
Administer rent rolls, rental invoicing and follow up.
Serve as a liaison with tenants in conjunction with Facilities Manager
In conjunction with Facilities Manager, ensure any rental property repairs and maintenance are completed in a timely matter.


Keep an updated record of standard operating procedures.
Maintain updated Employee Handbook.
Maintain administrative and financial records.
Ability to work collegially as part of a diverse team of staff, volunteers and business office.
Support Clergy, Wardens, Treasurer, Buildings & Grounds Committee, Finance Committee, Investment Committee as needed.
Other tasks as assigned by the Rector.


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Lower School Teacher

Prominent New York City private school is interviewing for an experienced lower school teacher.  You will:

  • Apply knowledge of varied approaches to learning in instruction, lesson planning, and assessment
  • Utilize technology effectively
  • Communicate with parents and staff

Candidate must have:

  • At least one year related experience
  • S./B.A. degree
  • Excellent communication ability
  • Strong skills in elementary education
  • Experience with latest technology

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DataBase Associate

Prestigious non profit organization is searching for a database associate to join their team in midtown Manhattan. Candidate must have strong experience on Raiser’s Edge, a college degree, and excellent interpersonal skills. You will use Raiser’s Edge to input data, update donor information, prepare mass mailings, prepare invoices and thank you letters.
This very pro active organization offers good benefits and a very professional environment Salary depends on experience.

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Substitute Teachers Private School

Prominent private schools seek substitute teachers to assist students from grades N-12. Class sizes from 10-19 students. You will provide leadership, and a nurturing and proactive environment while interacting with students and staff. Candidate must have a college degree and experience working with children. 

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Teacher Private School

Prominent upper west side private school is interviewing for an experienced Mandarin teacher. You will create lesson plans while you use your creative approach to teaching to stimulate and motivate students (approximately 15 per class).
This very exciting opportunity offers good benefits and a very professional learning environment Salary depends on experience.

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Executive Assistant Non Profit Executive V.P. of major non profit organization is interviewing for an assistant.

  • You will maintain calendar
  • Interact with senior staff
  • Coordinate events
  • Prepare power point presentations
  • Use your professionalism and good judgement to coordinate various projects

Ideal candidate will:

  • Have related experience
  • Excellent problem solving skill
  • Strong MS Office
  • Excellent writing/verbal skills
  • An interest in being part of a non profit organization

This organization offers excellent benefits and a stimulating and professional environment

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