Introduction

We believe that a key to a successful Christian school is the quality of its faculty and staff. We seek applicants who are professionally qualified; who are dedicated to Christ, children and academic excellence; and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models (Luke 6:40). Please read the school’s Portrait of a Geneva Teacher to learn more about the school’s vision for the faculty as well as our Statement of Faith. Teacher candidates should read An Introduction to Classical Education by Christopher Perrin and The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers prior to an interview.

Geneva School of Boerne does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, disability or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational, admission, tuition assistance, financial aid or employment policies, or any other programs administered by the school. The school reserves the right to use religion as a hiring and admissions criterion for all positions, due to the mission and nature of our school as a Christian faith-based institution, as permitted by law.

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Job postings

(Listings updated: June 29, 2022)

ADMINISTRATION 

2022-23 School Nurse

Summary: The School Nurse serves to promote, support and maintain the health, wellness and safety of students and faculty/staff by providing emergency medical and preventive health services, identifying problems and disabilities, providing services including referring and care in order to help prevent serious health problems and by complying with laws relating to student health.

Work Schedule: This is an academic year position (10 month). In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. However, this is an exempt position and the employee is expected to work beyond the workday to perform duties outlined in the job description and as assigned. There is a mandatory administrative staff meeting once a week.

This position may be eligible for a job-share arrangement.

Benefits: This position may be eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions. Paid time-off and paid school holidays are also provided.

To view a list of essential candidate qualifications and competency requirements, click here.

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To apply for this position, access the application form here.

ATHLETICS 

We are looking for Christ-centered, experienced and passionate people to coach our kids here at Geneva. We want those who are on our staff to hold our athletes accountable, make them do hard things and to face the fear of failure and success with confidence. Most importantly, we are dedicated to helping our students know Christ and strive to make Him known through Athletics.

2022-23 Fall Sports

  • LS Volleyball Developmental Coach (Aug – Oct)

2022-23 Winter Sports

  • RS Boys Basketball Assistant Coach (Nov – Feb)

2022-23 Spring Sports

  • LS/RS Girls Softball Assistant Coach (Feb – Apr)
  • LS Boys Baseball Coach (Feb – Apr)

2022-23 Fall Sports

  • LS 7th Grade Volleyball Coach (Aug – Oct)

2022-23 Winter Sports

  • RS Swim Program Director and Head Coach (Nov – Feb)

Each of these positions will both work under the supervision of the Athletic Director, Assistant Athletic Director and/or Program Director.  Key objectives will be to work in conjunction with leadership to develop, teach and train athletes in the techniques and strategies of the sports specified. The coaches are required to attend all practices and meets, acting as a full member of the coaching staff. This includes emphasizing and encouraging a balanced approach to faith, family, academics and sports; providing training and coaching to enable students to perform with excellence and self-discipline for future Kingdom service; and supporting an athletic culture that demands honor and respect while representing the cause of Christ well in all its activities.

Work Schedule:

These are part-time, exempt seasonal positions which will be paid on a temporary stipend basis.  None of these positions are eligible for group life, health or retirement benefits through the School.  The exact daily work schedule is driven by practice times and team events.  Travel to athletic events off campus is required.

Essential Requirements:

  • A disciple of Jesus Christ and, as such, one who models a love for God through obedience to His Word.  Such obedience is evidenced through convictions, lifestyle and worldview.
  • A full and unreserved supporter of Geneva School’s Statement of Faith
  • A mentor of students, comfortable in working with teenagers in a discipleship-oriented setting
  • Experience as a coach in the respective sport
  • A holder of a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent
  • In good standing with TAPPS, governing body for Geneva athletics

 Required Technical Knowledge:

  • Rules, regulations, strategies, and techniques of designated sport
  • Coaching techniques
  • Valid State of Texas driver’s license
  • Proficient in MS Word and Outlook
  • Type at a speed necessary for successful job performance

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To apply for this position, access the application form here.

BUSINESS OFFICE

2022-23 Staff Accountant, Receivables

Summary:  The purpose of this position is to process accounts receivable and to support the School’s fiscal function such that the School has the financial resources to achieve its mission.

This will include processing deposits, entering and maintaining accurate records for donations and fees, setting up and reconciling tuition payment plans, and contacting customers regarding delinquent tuition and fees. The Staff Accountant will assist the Accounting Director with month-end close, year-end reporting, and biennial audit, as necessary. Other tasks and responsibilities may be assigned by the Accounting Director.

This position works in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, and other local, state and federal regulatory and advisory organizations, as well as in accordance with financial and business management techniques and practices of other independent schools.

Work Schedule:  This is a full-time, year-round exempt position.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week.  During the summer months, the workday may be reduced to 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday as the workload allows.

Benefits Eligibility:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

The employee will be paid when the Business Office is closed during school holidays and breaks, e.g., Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring breaks (33 days total), and is awarded 17 days of personal paid time off annually.

Essential Requirements

  • A disciple of Jesus Christ and as such, one who models a love for God through obedience to His Word; such obedience is evidenced through convictions, lifestyle and worldview
  • A full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith
  • A person who has strong interpersonal skills, with a genuine interest in working with people
  • Associate’s degree in accounting or bookkeeping, or its equivalent in professional work experience
  • Three (3) years of experience following GAAP-based accounting principles
  • Previous work experience in multi-tasking positions including handling administrative, operational and accounting-oriented duties and responsibilities

Minimum Technical Requirements

  • Experience following GAAP-based accounting principles
  • Proficient with:
    • QuickBooks Enterprise
    • Microsoft Excel
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft Outlook
  • Type at a speed necessary for successful job performance

To see a full job description, click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL (GRADES K-5) 

2022-23 Grammar School Motor Lab Teacher

Summary:  Using the Ready Bodies, Learning Minds curriculum, the Motor Lab instructor helps students develop fine and gross motor skills through various physical activities in a motor lab setting.  This teacher works closely with the other Grammar School teachers in Kindergarten Prep, Kindergarten and 1st and 2nd Grades, to assist students in developing, maturing and building learning readiness skills that are essential in the classroom.

Work Schedule:  This is an exempt, ¾-time, academic year position beginning July 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the school year.  There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 3:50 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and student drop-off and/or pick-up duties may be required. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

Essential Requirements:  Must love God, children and teaching; must be a disciple of Jesus Christ; fully and unreservedly support of the School’s Statement of Faith; Bachelor’s degree in Physical or Occupational Therapy; familiar with systems of the human body, e.g., reflexive, vestibular, proprioceptive, and tactile; teaching/classroom experience or PT/OT work with children 5 to 10 years old

Preferred Experience and Abilities:  Knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education and the Ready Bodies, Learning Minds program; a minimum of two years teaching experience with Kindergarten through 2nd Grade; licensed Physical or Occupational therapist in the State of Texas

Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To see a full job description, click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

2022-23 Grammar School Teachers, K – 2nd

Summary: The Grammar School (GS) Teacher provides instruction in an educational environment where students develop a love for God’s created order as they discover the truth, goodness and beauty of His world through methods consistent with the first stage of the classical approach to learning (trivium).  The GS teacher will lead, instruct, disciple, and mentor students in a manner consistent with the School’s Statement of Faith and the Portrait of a Geneva Teacher. The teacher will purposefully partner with parents in the education and spiritual development of their children, will partner collegially with other School employees and will actively pursue professional development.

Work Schedule: This is an exempt, full-time, academic year position beginning August 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 academic year. In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months. There is a mandatory faculty meeting once a week from 3:50 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

Benefits: This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To view a Statement of Faith and the Portrait of a Geneva Teacher, click here.

To see a full job description, click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

 

LOGIC SCHOOL (GRADES 6-8)

2022-23 Logic School Executive Assistant

 Summary:  The Logic School Executive Assistant provides general oversight for the administrative aspects of Logic School ensuring smooth day-to-day operations. This includes management of LS student academic records and schedules, providing faculty support and general office administration, and development and coordination of LS social events and field trips. This position is responsible for entering into financial contracts on behalf of the School and field trip service providers. This position also performs confidential administrative tasks in support of the LS Headmaster.

Essential Requirements:  A disciple of Jesus Christ; full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith; knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education; strong interpersonal skills, with a genuine interest in working with people; two years of experience in an administrative position for a school; mentor comfortable discipling middle school students.

Required Technical Abilities:  Proficient in MS Office suite and Outlook; type at a speed necessary for successful job performance.

Preferred Experience and Abilities:  A holder of a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent; five years of experience in an administrative position for a school or non-profit organization; experience in a Classical Christian school setting; experience with RenWeb (used for Admissions record tracking, communications, etc.) and ParentSquare (used for general communications with students and families).

Work Schedule:  This is a full-time, year-round position of 40 hours per week. In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week. However, as an exempt employee, the employee is expected to work beyond the workday to perform duties outlined in the job description and as assigned. During the summer months, the workday may be reduced as the workload allows.

 Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To see a formal job description, please click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

tructor role and may include Old and New Testament, church history or a humanities class.  Instruction will capitalize on middle school students’ natural tendency to question and test what they are learning and is deliberately structured to encourage development of critical and abstract thinking skills.  Classes are discussion-based with an emphasis on recognizing causes and effects, to further the students’ understanding of logic and debate as part of the overall Logic School experience.  These teaching duties may be combined with other responsibilities, depending upon education and experience.

 Work Schedule:  This is an exempt 40-hour per week, academic year position beginning August 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months.   Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

 Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To see a full job description, click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

 

RHETORIC SCHOOL (GRADES 9-12) 

2022-23 Rhetoric School Instructor – Humanities

 Summary:  This position is a high-school Humanities instructor role and may include AP Government, AP Microeconomics and Renaissance History.  Rhetoric School in an environment where students defend a love for God’s created order as they explain the truth, goodness and beauty of His world using their analytical and communication skills.  Accordingly, most classes are discussion-based with an emphasis on sound logical and rhetorical principles across all disciplines. These teaching duties may be combined with other responsibilities, depending upon education and experience.

 Work Schedule:  This is an exempt 40-hour per week, academic year position beginning August 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months.   Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

 Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To see a formal job description, please click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

2022-23 Rhetoric School Instructor – Computer Science and Math

Summary:  This position is a high-school computer science and math instructor role and may include Introduction to Computer Science, AP Computer Science, Algebra or Statistics.  Rhetoric School is an environment where students defend a love for God’s created order as they explain the truth, goodness and beauty of His world using their analytical and communication skills.  Accordingly, most classes are discussion-based with an emphasis on sound logical and rhetorical principles across all disciplines. These teaching duties may be combined with other responsibilities, depending upon education and experience.

 Work Schedule:  This is an exempt 40-hour per week, academic year position beginning August 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months.   Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

 Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To see a formal job description, please click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

2022-23 Rhetoric School Instructor – 9th Grade Biology and Science Elective

 The Rhetoric School Science Teacher will provide classroom and laboratory instruction in 9th Grade Biology and a science elective to students using classical methods and a Biblical worldview in order to prepare students to pursue God’s truth, knowledge, and wisdom and to do so with excellence, diligence, and perseverance.

Essential Requirements:  A disciple of Jesus Christ; full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith; Bachelor’s degree in Biology or a related field; three years teaching experience; some experience teaching using classical education pedagogy; mentor comfortable discipling high school students.

Preferred Requirements:  Five years teaching experience, ideally, in high school biology; certification in Biology or High School Science; experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education.

Work Schedule:  This is an exempt 40-hour per week, academic year position beginning August 1, 2022, for the 2022-23 academic year.  In general, the workday is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., five days a week for ten months.   Exceptions are when the school is closed for designated holiday breaks.

 Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

 To see a formal job description, please click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

 

FINE ARTS (GRADES 6-12) 

Theatre Arts Instructor, Grades 6-12

The Theatre Arts Instructor prepares students to proclaim with excellence God’s truth, knowledge, and wisdom through dramatic presentations. This includes providing instruction to two distinct student groups: Logic School (6th through 8th grades) and Rhetoric School (9th through 12th grades).

Work Schedule: This is an exempt full-time, academic year position. The typical workday schedule is 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Preparations for Fall Musical, Spring Play, and One Act Play competitions will occur outside of this schedule and will require considerable time commitments and some potential travel. Faculty meetings are also required.

Essential Requirements: A disciple of Jesus Christ; full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith; a bachelor’s degree and three years of experience working with teenagers; proficiency in drama theory and criticism; experience in public speaking and presentation; adeptness with stage management, set design and construction, lighting and audio.

Preferred Experience: Bachelor’s degree in theatre arts; five years teaching drama in a school setting; State of Texas certification in drama; knowledge of and experience with the philosophy of classical Christian education.

Benefits:  This position is eligible to participate in the life, health and retirement benefits offered through the School – basic and voluntary life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, medical plans (HDHP or co-pay plan), dental, vision, ID theft protection and 401(k) retirement plan with school-matching contributions.

To see a formal job description, please click here.

To apply for this position, access the application form here.

 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

We are currently in need of substitute teachers. Interested candidates should complete the Initial Application.