Current Employment Opportunities
Ursuline Academy is a four-year college-preparatory independent Catholic high school for young women founded by the Ursuline Sisters of Brown County, Ohio in 1896. In the Catholic tradition of Ursuline education, the mission of Ursuline Academy is to prepare the young woman for college and beyond by nurturing her soul, intellect, heart, and imagination.
Ursuline’s Communications Director is responsible for ensuring that Ursuline’s tone of voice is consistent across several media by partnering with members of the Ursuline Faculty and Staff throughout the school year.
Specific duties include:
- Managing Ursuline’s presence on social media
- Partnering with Ursuline’s Director of Admissions to carry out an effective Admissions marketing campaign
- Ensuring proper application of the school's brand for all printed and verbal communication
- Managing public relations within local media
- Partnering with Ursuline’s Webmaster in regular maintenance of Ursuline’s website
- Partnering with Ursuline’s Development Team to promote fundraising activities
The qualified candidate will possess:
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
- Three to five years of relevant experience
- Willingness to work some nights and weekends
This is a full-time position. Resumes will be accepted through June 9, 2017.
References may be requested following the interview process.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to:
Sally Neidhard, Director of Development
5535 Pfeiffer Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242
OR email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Admissions
Ursuline Academy is seeking applicants for the position of Director of Admissions.
Specific duties include:
- Representing the school in several settings while communicating with prospective students and parents
- Creatively recruiting future students while demonstrating Ursuline’s culture and spirit
- Partnering cooperatively with other members of Ursuline’s Faculty and Staff
Candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Emily Lorentz, Assistant to the President.
Library/Media Center Administrative Assistant
- Performs reader's advisory and reference work in keeping with student and faculty library customers’ academic and personal needs.
- Aids library users in utilizing the library’s collection, which is comprised of both print and electronic resources.
- Refers patrons to librarian for professional assistance as needed.
- Supports collection management including shelving returned materials, reading shelves to assure correct order, and weeding materials.
- Performs a variety of clerical duties including, but not limited to typing, filing, processing, and mending.
- Uses library automated circulation system to circulate materials to library users, including checking materials in and out, processing holds, and collecting fines and fees.
- Assists in collection development including the cataloging of library materials and maintenance of bibliographic entries.
- Supports use of technology in a BYOD environment.
- Strong customer service skills.
- Strong technological skills.
- Understanding of cataloging processes and MARC records.
- Experience in a library setting and with adolescent library users is preferred.
This is an hourly position (40 hours per week, 10 months per year) with benefits.
Candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Joanne Schrader.