Career Opportunities

The President is the spiritual and administrative leader of the school, responsible for the overall management of the school, including its development and growth as part of the Mercy Education System of the Americas.  The President plays a lead role in furthering the school’s mission, developing long-range strategic plans, and guiding enrollment growth through oversight of the leadership team, stewardship of the school’s financial resources, and building relationships with students and families, faculty and staff, alumnae, and members of the Greater Cincinnati community. Click HERE for the full job description and details of how to apply.

Director of Admissions
The Director of Admissions is a full-time position and member of the President’s Cabinet.  The Mercy McAuley High School Director of Admissions provides leadership and expertise to achieve the fullest attainment of the mission and vision while continuing the charism of the Sisters of Mercy in the school. This position has lead responsibility for ensuring a strong and successful recruiting program for the school through personalized and continual attention to prospects, delivering enjoyable, high-quality events, and managing the entire enrollment process.  The Director of Admissions must be a visionary and collaborative leader with the ability to work across departmental boundaries to achieve goals and objectives. Click HERE for the full job description. Applicants should send resume or CV to Kendra Smith, Director of Finance & Administration, at

Full-time School Social Worker and Director of the Ardú Program for the 2020-2021 school year
The Ardú Program is a new program that will provide transformational opportunities to students who may be facing complex life challenges both inside and outside of school.  These opportunities will foster holistic personal development, better preparing students for academic success in high school and beyond.  Responsibilities include assessing student needs, providing individual counseling, directing crisis intervention services, participating in the special education process, participating in behavioral modification plans, promoting parental involvement, collaborating with support personnel within the school, and implementing appropriate programs, groups and initiatives to support at-risk populations.  A master’s degree in social work with licensure (LSW or LISW) or counseling with licensure (LPC or LPCC) is required, as well as two years of experience with adolescents in a school setting.  This position will report to the school principal. Interested candidates may send a résumé or CV to Kendra Smith, Director of Finance & Administration, at