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Thank you for your interest in employment at Menaul School, an independent, co-educational, college preparatory school. We enroll approximately 205 local and international students in grades 6-12. Menaul School is accredited by Cognia.

Teaching Faculty

Menaul School is always interested in excellent teachers. We look for educators who will inspire and support our students and be active participants in our innovative learning community. Ideal candidates are dynamic and committed to our diverse student body.

Staff

Menaul School employs administrators, administrative support, technical, maintenance, advancement, admission, and business office staff for full and part-time positions. Positions are posted as they become available.

Current Openings

Menaul School, an independent day and boarding school for grades 6-12 with a rich Presbyterian heritage, is seeking a highly qualified candidate to serve as a part-time counselor for the 2021-2022 academic year. As Menaul School has a diverse student body including international students, experience in and sensibility for working with youths from diverse backgrounds is desirable.

Position Title: Part-time School Counselor

Qualification: A masters level degree including LMHC, LPCC, LMSW, LAMFT, or LMFT, and licensed by the NM Counseling and Therapy Practice Board.

Status: Part-time. Be on campus one day a week and be available for emergencies and communication with school personnel as needed throughout the school week.

The part-time school counselor meets with students who self-refer or are referred by school personnel to:

  • Address social, emotional and psychological concerns the students bring up or those identified by the counselor during a session;
  • Provide short-term, weekly counseling as appropriate to help students process the issues and plan goals and action;
  • Make recommendations and referrals for behavioral health and other outside professional help as appropriate;
  • Perform suicide risk assessment as needed;
  • Keep relevant school personnel (MS and US Directors, advisors, referring teachers, chaplain, etc.) abreast of the students’ conditions as appropriate;
  • Support teachers to create positive teen culture;
  • Organize peer counseling programs.

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of interest, a resume, and a list of three references to: Takako Terino, Chaplain, Menaul School, 301 Menaul Blvd. N.E., Albuquerque, N.M. 87107, or send via e-mail to employment@menaulschool.com. EOE.

Program Background:
Menaul School, an independent day and boarding school for grades 6-12 with a rich Presbyterian heritage, is seeking a qualified candidate interested in a full-time position to join its Upper School Science faculty in the new year. For more than 125 years, Menaul School has welcomed students of all cultures, religions, ethnicities, and income levels. World Smart exemplifies not only who we are but what we do.
Menaul School is looking for an engaging teacher who can inspire, guide, and challenge students across the scientific disciplines. We would love someone who can build strong understanding of even the most complex scientific concepts, someone who loves pulling back the curtain and showing students how to experiment, collect and analyze data, to think critically about issues ongoing in the world and to apply both scientific and moral reasoning to those issues.


Basic Information:
Job Title: Teacher
Subjects: Science
Job Location: Albuquerque, NM
Curriculum: American curriculum building towards AP courses with a strong international focus
Target Population: Grades 9-12
School Type: American Regionally Accredited Independent School with an A+ Niche.com rating
Starting Date: January 3rd, 2022


Essential Job Responsibilities:
• Implements curricula according to Menaul and Next Generation Science standards
• Works with colleagues across the STEM department to align content
• Meets with students during structured periods to support individual learning
• Builds classroom environment conducive to student learning and inquiry, including labs, lectures, activities, and regular formative and summative assessments
• Provides timely feedback to students on their assignments
• Maintains at all times regular records of student performance and attendance
• Serves as an advisor to students as they progress through high school
• Regularly attends staff meetings and in-service training activities/professional development
• Develops professionally on an independent basis through workshops, trainings, conferences
• Maintains appropriate contact with students, academic advisors, and parents
• Complies with Menaul School Employee Standards of Conduct, upholds and enforce rules, administrative directives and school policies
Minimum Requirements for Application:

  1. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a field of science
  2. Ability to maintain high level of professionalism regarding students, staff, parents, and school matters
    Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Experience, and Abilities:
  3. Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in relevant field
  4. Three years of teaching experience in a high-school setting
  5. US state-level teaching certification in specified field, or other accredited state or national teacher certification, e.g. UK Qualified Teacher Status
  6. Knowledge of effective classroom management techniques
  7. Ability to maintain positive relationship with administration, faculty, students
  8. Membership in a professional organization such as National Science Teaching Association
  9. Experience teaching AP-level science courses

Submit resume and cover letter to Chris Ferrara at Employment@menaulschool.org

Program Background:
Menaul School, an independent day and boarding school for grades 6-12 with a rich Presbyterian heritage, is seeking a qualified candidate interested in a part-time position to join its Upper School Science faculty in the new year. For more than 125 years, Menaul School has welcomed students of all cultures, religions, ethnicities, and income levels. World Smart exemplifies not only who we are but what we do.


Menaul School is looking for an engaging teacher who can inspire, guide, and challenge students across both the science and math disciplines. We would love someone who can build strong understanding of scientific and mathematical concepts, someone who loves working with high school-aged students, someone who loves playing a strong supportive role, to help identify and fill in gaps and to put students on a path to operating at (and above!) grade level in STEM.


Basic Information:
Job Title: Teacher
Subjects: STEM
Job Location: Albuquerque, NM
Curriculum: American curriculum building towards AP courses with a strong international focus
Target Population: Grades 9-12
School Type: American Regionally Accredited Independent School with an A+ Niche.com rating
Starting Date: January 3rd, 2022


Essential Job Responsibilities:
• Implements curricula according to Menaul, Common Core Integrated Mathematics Pathway and Next Generation Science standards
• Works with colleagues across the STEM department to align content
• Meets with students during structured periods to support individual learning
• Builds classroom environment conducive to student learning and inquiry, including labs, lectures, activities, and regular formative and summative assessments
• Provides timely feedback to students on their assignments
• Maintains at all times regular records of student performance and attendance
• Regularly attends staff meetings and in-service training activities/professional development
• Maintains appropriate contact with students, academic advisors, and parents
• Complies with Menaul School Employee Standards of Conduct, upholds and enforce rules, administrative directives and school policies


Minimum Requirements for Application:

  1. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a relevant field
  2. Ability to maintain high level of professionalism regarding students, staff, parents, and school matters
    Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Experience, and Abilities:
  3. Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in relevant field
  4. Three years of teaching experience in a high-school setting
  5. US state-level teaching certification in specified field, or other accredited state or national teacher certification, e.g. UK Qualified Teacher Status
  6. Knowledge of effective classroom management techniques
  7. Ability to maintain positive relationship with administration, faculty, students
  8. Membership in a professional organization such as National Science Teaching Association
  9. Experience teaching AP-level science or mathematics courses

Submit resume and cover letter to Chris Ferrara at Employment@menaulschool.org

Celebrating our 126th year, Menaul School is casting a bold vision for the future. The Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA) leads the efforts to engage our community and raise in excess of $1 million each year to provide vital financial aid to our students, thus ensuring that students of all economic groups have access to the World Smart, college preparatory education that Menaul School provides.

The Annual Fund Manager leads the development of multichannel annual fundraising appeals, provides key support and leadership for major fundraising and friend-raising events, including all aspects of sponsorship, and cultivation and stewardship of most annual supporters. The position requires a passion for our mission, a joy in working with people, excellent customer service skills, strong written and verbal communication abilities, a drive to achieve goals, demonstrated proficiency in multichannel fundraising, proficient computer and database skills, and strong organizational abilities. The Annual Fund Manager reports to the Director of Advancement and works routinely with the Executive Assistant for the President and Office of Advancement, and Marketing. In addition, the incumbent will routinely have the opportunity to interact with faculty, students, alumni, volunteers and philanthropists.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Annual Fund Development & Management

  • Works with Director to develop comprehensive annual fund plan and fundraising goals.
  • Develops all appeals and messaging for multi-channel efforts.
  • Develop and implement specific stewardship and retention strategies for donors at various levels of giving, coordinating with the Director regarding strategies for major donors.
  • Work with Marketing to ensure multichannel appeals are developed and executed on timely basis.
  • Establish reporting; analyze, and report outcomes.

Major Fundraising/Friend-raising Events

  • Develop goals and implement strategies for major fundraising and/or friend-raising events within the Annual Fund Plan.
  • Provide leadership and support on event planning committees.
  • Work with Director and Auctioneer to develop and coordinate all giving strategies for the evening (sponsorship, silent & live auctions, fund-a-need, other).
  • Work with MARCOMM and events committees to produce all event collateral including promotional pieces, invitations, RSVPs, programs, audiovisual presentation pieces, acknowledgement and stewardship pieces.

Sponsorship

  • Work with the Sponsorship Committee to define sponsorship opportunities and associated levels and benefits.
  • Work with MARCOMM to design and generate all collateral pieces.
  • Work with Sponsorship Committee to create prospect lists and solicit sponsorships.
  • Coordinate and ensure that all benefits are successfully executed.

Database Management

  • Serves as the lead in managing the fundraising and event databases
  • Generates routine and customized reports and mailing lists
  • Works directly with OIA Assistant to ensure proper entry and acknowledgement of gifts

Continuing Education

  • Participate in Association of Fundraising Professionals, local chapter.
  • Devote 2-3% of time weekly/annually to continued education and training.

Requirements for Success:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience
  • Minimum three years successful experience in fundraising and event management
  • Demonstrated ability to manage volunteers/committees
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proficiency in use of fundraising databases such as DonorPerfect or Raiser’s Edge
  • Familiarity or experience (preferred) with graphic print and e-mail design
  • Experience adhering to the highest standard of professional ethics as set for by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
  • Ability to handle confidential and highly sensitive information appropriately
  • Consistently demonstrates respect for inclusion, diversity and ethics.

Send resume and cover letter to: employment@menaulschool.org

Program Background:

Menaul School, an independent day and boarding school for grades 6-12 with a rich Presbyterian heritage, is seeking a qualified candidate interested in a full-time/part-time position to join its staff in the new year. For more than 125 years, Menaul School has welcomed students of all cultures, religions, ethnicities, and income levels. World Smart exemplifies not only who we are but what we do.

Position Summary:

Menaul School is looking for a well-organized, inspirational, detail-oriented candidate with excellent communication skills and high aspirations to serve as our college counselor. This position is part-time, but may be combined with other responsibilities to create a full-time position. The college counselor at Menaul School is a professional who will help each student to create an individualized plan for university admission and post-high school life. Menaul School students are well-prepared for college academics, and a highly successful college counselor will help to connect our students to right-fit programs in New Mexico, other states, and internationally.

Basic Information:

Job Title: College CounselorJob Location: Albuquerque, NM
Target Population: Menaul School students, primarily at junior and senior level
School Type: American Regionally Accredited Independent School with an A+ Niche.com rating
Starting Date: August, 2022

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Communicates regularly with administration, faculty, families, and students
  • Builds and maintains relationships with admissions professionals
  • Develop and maintain a strong data-driven system to track student progress and outcomes
  • Compiles regular records of college admissions activity, especially an end-of-year report
  • Organizes standardized testing at the school through the College Board
  • Inspire students to dream big for college and career aspirations
  • Develop student skills applicable to the admissions process (essay writing, interviewing, intrapersonal skills)
  • Educates students and families about the specific details of the college admissions process, including scholarship and financial aid opportunities
  • Assisting students in course selection, extracurriculars, test prep and planning pathways for competitive college admissions
  • Develops and maintains a strong knowledge of colleges and universities, including admissions criteria, university tiers, specific programs of study, college athletics
  • Holds weekly college seminars with different student populations to help them formulate an admissions plan, alert them to upcoming deadlines, review files, teach specific skills, and otherwise give developmentally appropriate guidance
  • Prepares supplementary materials to be sent to colleges, including college counselor letters, transcripts, school program descriptions
  • Review student files and be available for answering questions
  • Work effectively with students on both an individual and group basis

Program Background:

Menaul School, an independent day and boarding school for grades 6-12 with a rich Presbyterian heritage, is seeking a qualified candidate interested in a full-time/part-time position to join its staff in the new year. For more than 125 years, Menaul School has welcomed students of all cultures, religions, ethnicities, and income levels. World Smart exemplifies not only who we are but what we do. In the past year, Menaul School has been honored to work with the Corio Foundation to be able to provide a targeted scholarship to approximately two dozen New Mexico students yearly.

Position Summary:

Menaul School is looking for a compassionate, creative problem-solver with a keen eye towards developing systems to serve as the liaison between the faculty-administration and students and families who are the recipients of a Corio Aspiring Innovators scholarship. This position would primarily be about engaging with students and their families, understanding their issues, and developing systems to help them continue forward towards success academically, in their personal relationships at school, and moving forward towards university.

Basic Information:

Job Title: Corio Foundation Liaison
Job Location: Albuquerque, NM
Target Population: Corio Foundation award recipients in Grades 6-11, primarily from non-privileged socio-economic backgrounds
School Type: American Regionally Accredited Independent School with an A+ Niche.com rating
Starting Date: August, 2022

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Communicates regularly with administration, faculty, families, and students
  • Understands and explains to faculty-administration challenges faced by scholarship recipients on an individual level and as a group
  • Develops systems to track and report student and family data
  • Develops systems of communication and support and effectively implements those systems
  • Regularly reports to administration the current status of scholarship recipients and systems
  • Maintains appropriate contact with students and parents
  • Complies with Menaul School Employee Standards of Conduct, upholds and enforce rules, administrative directives and school policies

Minimum Requirements for Application:

  1. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally or internationally accredited college or university
  2. Ability to regularly create, track, and report key data in a professional manner
  3. Ability to maintain high level of professionalism regarding students, staff, parents, and school matters

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Experience, and Abilities:

  1. Master’s degree from a regionally or internationally accredited college or university
  2. Experience, training, or education in social work
  3. Experience working with disadvantaged youth
  4. Independent school experience
  5. Positive relationship with administration, faculty, students
  6. Strong experience with MS Office Suite, especially Excel for program data and tracking
Menaul School considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, marital or veteran status, the presence of a medical condition, disability, or any other legally-protected status.  We are an equal opportunity employer.