Thank you for your interest in employment at the Lycée Français de New York School.
Our staff forms the cornerstone of the remarkable education we provide. A diverse and growing team, employees of the Lycée Français de New York are dynamic, energetic, intelligent, team-oriented, hard-working and friendly. We look to employ people who exemplify the characteristics so important to us - including a love of education - and who seek challenging and rewarding careers.
To support and nurture our employees, we offer a competitive suite of benefits, including:
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Sick leave
- Short-term disability insurance
- Long-term disability insurance
- Life insurance
- 403(b), including employer match after employee has reached tenure mark
- Generous paid vacation and holidays
- Professional development opportunities
If you are interested in joining our team as an educator, please note that the Lycée has an annual recruiting process for teachers. (Please see Recruitment of French Teachers for more information.) Current administrative postings can be found below.
Unless otherwise specified, candidates may apply to an open position by sending a resume, cover letter, and three letters of recommendation to:
Lycée Français de New York
505 East 75th Street
New York, NY 10021
Upon receipt of your materials, the Lycée will send an acknowledgment card via mail. Should the Lycée desire to pursue your talents, we will contact you. No walk-ins or phone calls please.
The Lycée Français de New York is an equal opportunity employer.
Systems Support Technician
Position type: Non-exempt
Reports to: Director of Technology
Schedule: year-round position; minimum of 8 hours between the hours of 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
The position serves the entire school community, with emphasis on Primary and Secondary schools’ Education Technology. The primary responsibility is to support students, faculty and staff in all areas of technology. System Support Technicians report directly to the Director of Technology.
Lunch/recess assistant for preschool
Monday through Friday from 11:45am-1:45pm
Deadline: August 15, 2014
French language a plus.
Must have work visa, Green card or US citizenship.
Ideal candidate has worked with children before (camp counselor, youth groups, etc…), is punctual, reliable and energetic.
Manager of Events
Schedule: Full time position/administrative year
Reporting: Director of Development
The Manager of Events is a member of the Development Office. Reporting to the Director of Development, under the supervision of the Director of Events, he/she is responsible for providing administrative support to all on- and off-campus special events. He/she must have a proven record of reaching or exceeding goals in a demanding events management context. The position requires excellent communication and diplomacy skills and a demonstrated capacity to work with a dynamic volunteer team. He/she must be interested in and comfortable with working in a highly pressured and collaborative environment.
Responsibilities and duties
The responsibilities of the Manager of Events include but are not limited to the following:
- Providing administrative support to school events such as the Gala, the Welcome Fair, the Fall Festival, the Skating Party, the Spring Fair, the Staff Thanksgiving Dinner, the Staff End-of-Year Dinner and other special events as determined by the Director of Development
- Supporting the Events Department by:
- Managing all aspects of the database, including donor information, payment entry and report and update production
- Producing event letters, including acknowledgment letters for donations and purchases
- Maintaining event budget spreadsheets and accounting materials
- Coordinating production of sponsorship packets for corporate and major donor cultivation and solicitation
- Coordinating table assignments and seating charts for the events as needed
- Organizing and overseeing all aspects of the recording and tracking of event auction items
- Tracking event ticket purchases and ticket acknowledgement letters
- Reconciling financial reports with the Business Office for the annual audit and annual Report of Giving
- Fulfilling other duties as requested and assigned by the Director of Development
Personal characteristics and professional requirements
The candidate should have 2+ years in event fundraising experience, as well as:
- Be self-starting, resourceful, well-organized, detail-oriented and creative, with a proven ability to excel under pressure
- Demonstrate superior interpersonal skills, including a capacity to work independently, to work as a member of a diverse team and to work in collaboration with an extensive network of volunteers
- Be fluent with Raiser’s Edge and other event software
- Master Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, Word and Outlook
- Have a capacity to maintain a flexible schedule, including working on nights and weekends
- Be committed to working towards proficiency in both the French and English languages and to celebrating the French, American and other cultures present in the school community
- Believe in the mission of the Lycée Français and support the Development Office, Administration and Head of School in implementing the full range of development-related programs and activities initiated at the school