Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School is seeking a Director of Auxiliary Programs. The Director will report to the Associate Head of School and will be responsible for managing all auxiliary programs to maximize operational efficiency. The Director will also work to increase the school’s visibility with prospective full-time students, peer institutions, and other organizations in the wider community.
HIES is the largest Episcopal Parish day school in the country, offering a fully accredited college preparatory program for students age three through 12th grade. HIES is located north of downtown Atlanta between I-75 and GA 400.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Manage the School’s auxiliary programs including all after school care programs (PK3 – 8th grade), after school enrichment programming and summer camps and programs.
Manage the short and long term strategic operations of the auxiliary programs to drive enrollment, expand and streamline course offerings and attain profitability targets.
Recruit, hire, train, and supervise program staff members ensuring that all instructors perform their duties with the highest level of care and professionalism.
Manage all aspects of the School’s transportation program including route scheduling, driver recruitment and safety training.
Create and monitor all safety and health programs ensuring compliance with all Federal and State guidelines.
Provide faculty and staff performance evaluations and feedback.
Supervise the registration process for prospective enrollees.
Respond to disciplinary issues.
Create, maintain, and communicate all records associated with the auxiliary programs, as required by the school.
Partner with the director of admissions to identify and recruit qualified students from the summer programs for the full-year academic program.
Work with the business office to develop budgets and long-term forecasts and to ensure the overall sustainability of the programs.
Collaborate with the director of communications to create digital marketing materials for the auxiliary programs, produce the catalog of summer program offerings, and generate enthusiasm for and promote the program’s success.
Coordinate with the director of facilities and the director of information technology to arrange for program facility and/or equipment needs.
Represent and serve as representative of the summer program at local events, fairs, and festivals.
Prepare appropriate summary reports for the school on an as needed basis.
Assume responsibility for other projects as assigned by the head of school.
Educational and Professional Requirements
Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred
At least 5 to 10 years of teaching and/or administrative experience in a school or youth-serving organization
Strong business acumen and prior experience managing budgets, analyzing financial statements and ensuring compliance with internal controls and compliance.
Successful track record working with a wide range of people
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, with a professional and empathetic approach
Exceptional entrepreneurial and organizational skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Detail-oriented and able to work collaboratively
High-energy and enthusiastic about working in an academic atmosphere
Proven track record as an independent and goal-oriented team member
About HOLY INNOCENTS_ EPISCOPAL SCHOOL
Holy Innocents’ is one of the nation's largest Episcopal schools, enrolling 1,376 students in grades K3-12. Here, in a uniquely vibrant learning community, filled with encouragement and every imaginable opportunity, students are able to explore their talents, pursue their passions, and achieve their full potential. At HIES, our students won't be just a scholar or athlete or artist – they can be all of these, and more. Come to HIES. Explore your interests. Engage your talents. Discover the best in you.