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Job Opportunities

COMMUNICATIONS/SPEECH/ENGLISH FACULTY
The Alabama School of Math and Science, a public residential STEM high school, seeks a communications/speech/English instructor responsible for teaching courses related to communications, including speech, debate, journalism, and other English electives. Master’s degree in Communications, English, or a closely related field is required. Send letter of interest and resume by April 28, 2017 to jobs@asms.net. Competitive salary with excellent vacation and state-benefits package.

ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR
The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential STEM high school, seeks a full time English professor starting in August 2017.  Preferred: Ph.D. in English and teaching experience. This position has a four-class load for each term of a trimester system. Please submit CV and cover letter by April 28, 2017 to jobs@asms.net.  Competitive salary with excellent vacation and state-benefits

DORM HALL ADVISOR
The Alabama School of Math and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking Residential Hall Advisors for the boys’ and girls’ dorm. Duties: implementing the mission, goals, and policies of ASMS, student developmental programming, organizing floor activities, maintaining order in dorms, responding to and implementing disciplinary processes, providing basic counseling, advising students, and managing school after hours. Must adopt a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Requirements: BA, valid and violation free Alabama driver’s license, and background check. $23,000 annual and state benefits package. Room, utilities, cable, internet, and meals included. Send resume to Johnnie Williams at jwilliams@asms.net.

DORM RESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT
The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking Residential Assistants for the boys’ and girls’ dorm. Duties: work with Hall Advisors, implement the mission, goals, and policies of ASMS, chaperone activities, drive students to activities off campus, supervise library, and manage reception desk. Must adopt a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs.  Requirements: min. 2 years college or currently pursuing a degree, valid and violation free Ala. driver’s license, and background check. Monthly salary paid every 2 weeks. Room, utilities, cable, internet, and meals included. Send resume to Johnnie Williams at jwilliams@asms.net.

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
Report to: President and ASMS Foundation Board Chair
Job Goal: The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS) is seeking a full-time Foundation Development Director who will direct and coordinate donor prospecting and relations, corporate and foundational giving, planned giving, ongoing fundraising activities, grant writing and management, supervise the coordination of the alumni and parent’s association, and the dissemination of the school’s mission and story to donors, and stakeholders. The position requires minimal overnight travel and flexible hours.

The Foundation Development Director should be a resourceful individual with superior organizational, written and oral communication skills. The ideal person will be comfortable operating in a number of different contexts to include educational, social, and corporate settings as they work at expanding the donor base of ASMS. They will be an impeccable ambassador for ASMS in these most important contexts.

Strong professional connections and/or experience working in development while building and maintaining connections with community organizations and/or educational development in the area is a plus. The Development Director will report directly to the President of ASMS and the ASMS Foundation Board Chair.

The Development Director will be directly responsible for the organization and daily functions of the ASMS Foundation office. Their efforts will directly impact funding available to the school and its current students. The Development Director will work with the school and Foundation leadership to develop, prioritize and execute programs, grants and communications that help financially sustain ASMS. The Development Director will sustain and leverage relationships with ASMS alumni and Foundation Board members. The Development Director will schedule, communicate and facilitate Foundation Board meetings.

ASMS will offer a competitive salary for this position along with the opportunity to enroll in all state school related benefits such as health/dental/vision insurance, a retirement plan, paid vacation and school holidays, sick leave, and life/disability insurance.

Required Skills:

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university required, as well as, significant paid development experience. Alternative professional experience that would strongly suggest an ability to do the essential functions of the position would also be considered.

  • Ability to demonstrate skills and accomplishments in funds development, grant writing, and public relations required.
  • Previous fund raising experience in an educational fundraising setting highly desired.
  • Proficiency in computer use and understanding of basic word processing and spreadsheet software required (e.g., Microsoft, Word, Excel, and Outlook).
  • Proficiency with Raiser’s Edge software highly desired.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and an ability to interact in a professional manner with staff and stakeholders.
  • Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality as situations dictate.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license from state of residence.

Salary: Negotiable based on experience includes a 12-month staff benefit package

Application and Deadline: School must receive letter of interest, detailed resume, and a list of three references no later than January 2. Please send all materials to jobs@asms.net.

It is the policy of the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science to not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship (other than a person not authorized to work in the U. S.), age, disability, veteran status, or other proscribed category, in its educational programs, activities, or employment policies, as required by local, state, and federal policies and laws. This policy applies to all aspects of employment including selection, compensation, assignment, promotions, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training. Inquiries or complaints regarding compliance with applicable laws may be directed to Mr. John Hoyle, Vice President.