Employment Opportunities

AO3 C4559

Thank you for your interest in the Alabama School of Math and Science. The following positions are available for application:

Overnight Community Liaison

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from across the state, seeks a part-time Overnight Community Liaison. The Community Liaison is a part-time, 11-month, staff member who will serve as the point of contact for students, first point of contact for emergencies, enforce curfew, and monitor the safety and security of the students and residence halls. This is an overnight, awake position. Typical hours are 11 pm to 7 am. Rate of pay is $12.50 per hour. Required: Associate degree or equivalent, two years of experience working with the public and strong problem-solving skills required. Clear background check. Preferred: Experience in a residential setting.

Please submit cover letter and C.V./resume to jobs@asms.net.

Residence Life Assistant

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from across the state, seeks a part--time Residence Life Assistant. The Residence Life Assistant is a part-time (up to 32 hours per week), 11-month, staff member responsible for community programming and initiatives at ASMS. The Residence Life Assistant works closely with the Area Coordinator(s), Peer Advisors, students, faculty, and staff, to ensure the safety and well-being of students and to create a community environment in the Residence Hall. Residence Life Assistants will supervise campus activities, monitor study hall and study hours, and develop educational programming. Typical work hours are 2 pm to midnight. A typical schedule includes every other weekend. Required: Available to work afternoon, evening, and weekend hours. Clear background check. Clear driving record. Experience working and/or living in a residential setting. Preferred: Associate degree or the equivalent. Pursuing a degree in education, social sciences, or a STEM field. Experience working with adolescents. Rate of pay is $11.50 per hour. Live-on is negotiable.

Please submit cover letter and C.V./resume to jobs@asms.net.

Residence Hall Coordinator

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from across the state, seeks a full-time Residence Hall Coordinator. The Residence Hall Coordinator is a 11-month, full-time, live-in staff member responsible for community programming and initiatives at ASMS. The Residence Hall Coordinator works closely with the Area Coordinator(s), Residence Hall Assistants, Peer Advisors, students, faculty, and staff, to ensure the safety and well-being of students and to create a community environment in the Residence Hall. Residence Hall Coordinators supervise students, respond to emergencies, are trained to give medication, and plan and implement programs. Typical work hours are 2 pm to midnight. Salary is $24,518 per year (and position is eligible for overtime). Benefits include state benefit package including health insurance and retirement, meals in cafeteria when working, student apartment with private bath, utilities, laundry facilities, access to gym facility. Required: A minimum of an associate degree in education, psychology, social work, or a related field and at least one (1) year experience working or living in a residential setting. Problem solving abilities. Clear background check. Clear driving record. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree and a background working with adolescents.

Please submit cover letter and C.V./resume to jobs@asms.net.

Residence Life Area Coordinator

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from across the state, seeks a full-time Residence Life Area Coordinator. The Area Coordinator is an 12-month, full-time, live-on professional staff member responsible for community leadership and community programming and initiatives at ASMS. The Area Coordinator serves as the on-site team leader for hall staff, responds to after-hours emergencies, coordinates weekend programming, oversees hall staff programming, and provides leadership for the Peer Advisors. The Area Coordinator works closely with the staff and students to enhance the safety and security of the ASMS community. The Area Coordinator will assist with training and organizational initiatives. Work hours are 2 pm to midnight with on-call hours from midnight to 7 am. Required: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, or social work or related field and 2 years of residential experience. Problem solving abilities. Clear background check. Clear driving record. Preferred: Master’s degree, experience working with adolescents.

Excellent state benefits package including health insurance and retirement. Compensation for this position is $35,568 annually. Additional benefits include meals in the cafeteria when students are on campus, studio apartment with a private bath, utilities, laundry facilities, pool and gym facilities on site.

Please submit cover letter and C.V./resume to jobs@asms.net.

Adjunct Theater Instructor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from across the state, seeks an adjunct (part-time) Fine Arts instructor capable of teaching a Theater Arts course and producing a corresponding theatrical production. The successful candidate will develop and implement a program of instruction that is consistent with state guidelines but is attentive to the needs of academically motivated students in an advanced college prep setting. Courses at ASMS are taught at the college freshman level or higher. Requirements: Master's degree in Theater, or related field, teaching experience, and a team-player mentality. Preferred: Ph.D.

Compensation is $2200 per course per term. Terms are 11 weeks long.

Please submit CV and cover letter to jobs@asms.net. Open until filled.

Adjunct Vocal Music Instructor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS), a public residential school serving talented students from across the state, seeks an adjunct (part-time) Fine Arts instructor capable of teaching a range of courses potentially including Chorus, Vocal Performance, Survey of Music, Sight Reading, etc. The successful candidate will develop and implement a program of instruction that is consistent with state guidelines but is attentive to the needs of academically motivated students in an advanced college prep setting. Courses at ASMS are taught at the college freshman level or higher. Requirements: Master's degree in Music, or related field, teaching experience, and a team-player mentality. Preferred: Ph.D.

Compensation is $2200 per course per term. Terms are 11 weeks long.

Please submit CV and cover letter to jobs@asms.net. Open until filled.

Part-time Personal Counselor

The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential STEM high school, has an opening for a part-time, temporary (grant-funded) personal counselor. This position is funded through Academic Year 2022-2023 with the potential of additional funding in the future.

Responsibilities/Expectations of the position include:

  • Evening and weekend schedule required.
  • Be proactive in meeting the mental health needs of ASMS students.
  • Provide individual and group counseling to address student mental health needs.
  • Serve as a referral source for students needing therapy that is more intensive.
  • Closely monitor students on probation contracts.
  • Participate in Team Intervention Meetings with students and parents regarding behavioral problems.
  • Work with teachers and other school personnel as necessary to address mental health concerns.
  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws.
  • Respond to after-hours emergencies.
  • and other tasks requested by the Director or ASMS President.

Master’s Degree in a counseling field; Experience working with adolescents; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Ability to work as a member of a team. Preferred: LPC licensure.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to jobs@asms.net. Open until filled.

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 Dr. Scarlette Studdard, Director of Human Resources and Operations.