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Full-time Program Director of Service Learning for the 2020-2021 school year 
This individual will be responsible for directing the activities of Mercy McAuley’s service program as well as developing and growing the service learning program.  This individual will be an active member of the academic department and the school community, reporting to both the principal and the director of mission of ministry.  Responsibilities include maintaining existing relationships and cultivating new relationships with sites where students can provide service, managing the details of the school’s service program, teaching two to three classes per semester in order to incorporate service learning into the school’s curriculum, and providing support to the director of mission and ministry.  Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, Ohio High School teaching license, and prior high school teaching experience.  Alignment with the Catholic and Mercy mission of the school, a passion for connecting students with meaningful volunteer opportunities, prior experience working with a nonprofit organization, and experience with service learning programming are preferred.  Interested candidates should also have excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills, and the ability to work well in a team-oriented environment.  Interested candidates may send a résumé 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