Thank you for considering employment at Savannah Christian Preparatory School. Any open positions are listed below. Applications are only accepted for open positions, and applications and resumes remain on file for one year. Savannah Christian Preparatory School affords equal opportunity to all employees and prospective employees.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, marital status, service in the uniformed services, disability, national or ethnic origin, or other classifications protected by law in employment, administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Applicants are required to sign a “belief statement” when applying for a job at SCPS that includes agreeing to be a “Christian role-model” for our students. SCPS is a Drug-Free Workplace. Criminal history background checks and drug tests are required of employees.

Upper School Spanish Teacher & Math Teacher

APPLY ONLINE HERE.   Please upload your resume and cover letter, IF you have one, at the end of the online application process.

The Distinctive Christian Teacher
Overview of Expectations
Savannah Christian Preparatory School teachers affirm in their hiring that they are servants of Christ and
called to teach in a Christian school setting. Teachers are expected to grow in their professional
knowledge of students and subject areas, and to continue to develop effective teaching practices.
Our teachers commit to God’s calling in their lives. Teachers will use their individual, God-given talents and
strengths to enhance the educational process. Teachers understand and seek to grow in their commitment to
integrating faith into their teaching and curriculum. Teachers show their commitment to SCPS by providing
students with a strong academic program that includes nurturing students on their faith journey.
SCPS seeks to prepare students to be servants of Christ in contemporary society. Teachers understand our
commitment to preparing students for success in post-secondary education and careers of the 21st century.
Teachers expect their students to demonstrate knowledge of our Christian perspective and use this
understanding as they make decisions, raise questions, and examine real-life problems.
SCPS commits to working as partners with families and students while collaborating on learning. Knowing
that educational success is dependent upon relationships, SCPS collaborates with parents, community
members, and churches in nurturing the spiritual, social, emotional, and academic growth of all students.
Collaboration is achieved through direct involvement in the learning process, supporting and nurturing
learning and faith outside of school, and through prayer for our students, staff, and the school’s mission.

Upper School Office Assistant

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JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Answers phone calls in a pleasant, informed manner for the purpose of providing information and creating a good image of the school
  • Manages telephone message system (office hours, inclement weather and other recorded messages) through the Ren-Web School Information System
  • Greets all incoming students, families and guests respectfully and professionally
  • Assists in all aspects of maintaining a professional front office, including but not limited to, fielding and directing incoming phone calls to the appropriate staff member in a timely, professional manner, filing and copying and faxing of sensitive information.
  • Understands, accepts, and abides by the School’s philosophy and mission statement in all his/her school activities.
  • Develops a positive, welcoming and caring climate in the Front Office.
  • Consistently exhibits high standards of professional conduct.
  • Arrives punctually, be prepared for each school day, and maintains regular attendance.
  • Provides for children’s personal needs such as attending to those who are sick or hurt; administering medications as prescribed by a physician in accordance with training and authorization
  • Requires clerical skills and knowledge of office practices and procedures that involve the operation of standard office equipment such as computer, copier, fax, and associated equipment.
  • Assists students and others with routine problems and will refer non-routine items to an Administrator.
  • Works with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy in dealing with others, and the ability to work cooperatively as part of a team.
  • Able to sit or stand for extended periods of time
  • Lifts supplies and materials weighing up to 25 pounds.
  • May be assigned to work in Guidance, Student Services, Curriculum, or the general office for the purpose of documenting conferences and conversations.
  • Types routine correspondence, memoranda, reports, records, bulletins, orders and other office documents from sources such as rough drafts, notes, and oral instructions and publish via the Ren-Web School Information System.
  • Receives, counts, opens, unpacks, dates, stamps, records, sorts and distributes incoming mail, documents, books, materials and supplies following established procedures.
  • Sorts and stamps out-going correspondence, addresses envelopes and packages, and prepares printed matter and other material for mailing.
  • Enters information or data into computer following procedures and protocols established by the Ren-Web School Information System.
  • Monitors Daily attendance through the Ren-Web School Information System and ensure records are kept up to date.
  • Able to read, comprehend and apply job-related written material and make decisions in accordance with applicable school system policies and procedures.
  • Able to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
  • Able to establish and maintain satisfactory working relationships with other employees, children, and the general public.
  • Able to write legibly.
  • Able to honor confidential information.

Effectively perform all other duties as assigned by Head of Upper School

Daycare & Preschool Teachers

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JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Qualified Daycare & Preschool Teachers
  • Afternoon Assistants
  • Full and Part Time Openings

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • CDA Credential
  • TCC in Early Childhood
  • Ed in Early Childhood
  • Must be at least 18 years of age

BASIC FUNCTION

  • Provide a warm, nurturing, safe, and sanitary environment for each student
  • Implement an age appropriate program for each student
  • Communicate effectively with each student’s parent/guardian
  • Carry out the responsibilities of the classroom

RESPONSIBILITES

  • Comply with all rules and regulations from Bright from the Start
  • Maintain current evidence of successful training in Infant & Child CPR and First Aid
  • Interact with each student in a manner that supports self-esteem, encourages independence and shows respect for each child
  • Establish and maintain positive communication with parents
  • Prepare and maintain the classroom
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with fellow staff members

 

Job Opening-  Before/ After School Caregivers

Qualified caregivers are needed for elementary age children in our before and/or after-care program.

APPLY ONLINE HERE.   Please upload your resume and cover letter, IF you have one, at the end of the online application process.

Minimum qualifications:  Applicants must be 18 years or older, enjoy working with children, be willing to supervise children during play, homework, craft activities, on the playground, and during snack times.
Certification in childcare and first aid as well as experience working with children is preferred.
Benefits: Christian environment, supportive staff, well-behaved children,  and competitive salary.
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