Employment Opportunities

Archbishop Riordan High School is an urban Catholic high school for boys, owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco and sponsored by the Society of Mary, the Marianists, who are assisted by lay men and women. It is the responsibility of each educator—teacher, administrator, coach, and staff member— to understand, embrace and model the school’s mission and philosophy, and create a faith-filled and academically rigorous learning environment where students can reach their full potential.

We invite prospective candidates to review the current employment opportunities listed. Please apply using the instructions included in each job description. If you have an interest in teaching subjects other than the ones listed, or coaching a sport or moderating a club, please feel free to include that information in your application.

Part-Time Spanish Teacher

The Modern Language Department is hiring a part-time Spanish Teacher.

• Teaching Spanish 1 through Spanish 3 at grade levels 9-12.
• Designing a spiral curriculum with clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects, and communicating those objectives to students.
• Differentiating instruction to meet student needs.
• Using technology, including Spanish software.
• Meeting the needs of a wide range of students by providing extra support or varying assignments.
• Collaborating with department members and administrators in the development, evaluation, and continuous improvement.
• Attending professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops in order to maintain and improve professional competence.

• Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred
• Teaching credential preferred
• Experience teaching in high schools
• Understanding and support of the mission and values of Archbishop Riordan High School

Salary will be based on experience.

To apply, please email your Letter of Interest and Resume to:
Ms. YinShan Yang
Modern Languages Department Chair

Please indicate “Spanish Position” in the email subject line.

RSP Coordinator

About Archbishop Riordan High School Archbishop Riordan High School is an urban Catholic high school for boys, owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco and conducted by the Society of Mary, the Marianists, who are assisted by lay men and women. Archbishop Riordan prepares young men of San Francisco, the surrounding communities and various countries from around the world for leadership through its inclusive college preparatory curriculum. Archbishop Riordan fosters development in faith, character, academics, the arts and athletics, in a diverse and inclusive family environment.

About the Resource Specialist Program

At Archbishop Riordan High School, we appreciate the diversity of student learning styles. In 1994, the Resource Specialist Program (RSP) was established to better serve students with diagnosed mild to moderate learning disabilities, and help them succeed in Riordan’s rigorous college-prep curriculum and prepare for their academic career beyond high school.

The core of the RSP rests on the philosophy that students can receive accommodations to support the way they learn, but the curriculum is not modified in any way. In addition to developing individual strategies for academic success, the program uniquely teaches students to become advocates for themselves in the classroom, among their peers, and in the community.

The Resource Specialist Program currently serves 150 students with documented learning differences in a college prep curriculum. The program is divided into three tiers that offer varying levels of support to students. More information about the RSP can be found at www.riordanhs.org

We are looking for a dynamic individual to serve an integral role in our program. The RSP Coordinator works directly with the RSP Director and to other RSP Coordinators on all aspects of the Resource Specialist Program including:

• Manage a caseload of between 20-30 students: meeting with families, implementing ISPs, and coordinating with instructors on ISP goals and in-class accommodations
• Create and implement curriculum for RSP study skills course
• Serve as RSP pull-out instructor to support ISP goals during RSP POD time
• Manage RSP aids during RSP POD sessions
• Collaborate with other RSP coordinators on RSP policies and protocols
• Teach a sophomore World Literature course for students in the RSP
• Understand the mission of Archbishop Riordan High School and the RSP Program

• Bachelor’s Degree
• Credential/Masters or working towards a credential/masters in special education (preferred)
• Experience working with students with learning differences Time and Compensation Approximately: $65,000. This is a full-time position, with approximate hours 7:45 am – 4:00 pm.

To apply, please email your Letter of Interest and Resume to:

Mr. Nate Simon
Director of RSP

Business Manager

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

• Uphold the teachings of the Catholic Church and support the Marianist approach to education, especially in working with the school’s families.
• Participate fully in the life of the school, including attending masses, faculty meetings, student gatherings, and community events as possible and as directed by the President.
• Consult and advises the President on all business and financial matters.
• Manage and oversee the usage of the TADS tuition system.
• Responsible for long range financial planning with the Administration and Board of Trustees.
• Responsible for preparation of annual budget in conjunction with internal and Board finance committees. Preliminary Budget due at end of February, Final Budget due end of September to the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
• Prepare materials for all Finance Committee Meetings.
• Serve as chair of internal and external Finance Committee Meetings.
• Maintain minutes for said meetings.
• Meet on a bi-monthly basis with the internal Finance Committee.
• Meet with Board Finance Committee on week prior to scheduled Board Executive Committee Meetings.
• Attend all scheduled Board meetings and delivers financial report.
• Attend all Business Manager meetings as determined by the ADSF.
• Prepare all schedules for yearly fiscal audit and is primary contact for the outside audit team.
• Reconcile all monthly bank statements.
• Reconcile Raiser’s Edge sub-ledger with General Ledgers on a monthly basis
• Distribute ADSF reconciled monthly reports to the President, Board Chair, and Board Finance Committee.
• Prepare and distributes actual to budget report monthly for all departments and the President. Includes review and consultation.
• Monitor cash flow and reviews with the President monthly.
• Review and sign off on General Ledger and Supporting Schedules regularly and makes adjustments as necessary.
• Maintain all financial records in accordance with ADSF Retention Policy.
• Review and sign off on all Purchase Orders for Payment.
• Review and sign off on all cash receipts prior to posting in the General Ledger.
• Oversee pledge and tuition accounts receivable.
• Oversee maintenance of tuition assistance files, notification letters, preparation of all reports for tuition assistance and financial assistance appeals.
• Oversee creation of Financial Assistance Import Log to ADSF by established June due date.
• Prepare all documentation necessary for re-registration of current students and registration of new students. Coordinate efforts as necessary with Director of Admissions and Director of International Admissions.
• Maintain records for all rentals by outside agencies.
• Maintain records for annual contracts with all outside vendors.
• Collect funds for all outside rentals.
• Maintain all insurance records including Workman’s Compensation.
• Assume all duties for Human Resources.
• Prepare annual evaluations for all direct reports.
• Perform additional duties as assigned by the President.

Additional Notes
The Business Manager reports directly to the President of ARHS. Senior Accountant, Tuition Manager, Accounting Clerk are direct reports to the Business Manager.

• CPA, MBA, or Business Degree preferred with experience in accounting
• Practicing Catholic supportive of Church teachings and principles
• Working knowledge of the relationship between the school and the Archdiocese
• High degree of professionalism and collaborative approach to school finance
• Strong Human Resources background along with supervision of operations

Salary will be based on experience.

To Apply
Please submit all inquiries, questions, curriculum vitae, and cover letter to
President Andrew Currier, PhD

Archdiocese of San Francisco Employment Policy
The Archdiocese of San Francisco will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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