The Lycée Français de New York is seeking a Student Life High School Grade Coordinator for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Grade Coordinator’s main responsibilities include contributing to student well-being outside the classroom, ensuring the students’ safety and assiduity at all times, and instilling inclusion and citizenship-related values to students (rights and responsibilities), as part of belonging to a community.
As a Grade Coordinator, he/she is in charge of the daily overseeing of a specific grade level, in terms of presence, punctuality, social interactions and academic results, and adherence to the school rules, He/she is also in charge of internal and external communication at the level of the grade, in constant liaison with the Dean of High School, advisors, teachers, Specialized Support, the other Grade Coordinators, the Administration and the parents.
The ideal candidate must:
-be an efficient listener, educator and problem solver, with the capacity to set guidelines, manage conflicts while adhering to restorative practices
-possess excellent written and oral communication skills both in French and English
-have a good knowledge of French and American exams and the various orientation processes in high school
-have excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
-be comfortable with technology and proficient in online collaboration and productivity tools
The ability to work as part of a team is essential, as well as demonstrate flexibility.
Applications must be submitted online by using this link
, and any required supporting documentation (cover letter, resume and recommendation letters) must be uploaded by June 8, 2021.
Committed to fostering an inclusive community, the Lycée Français de New York celebrates diverse identities and lived experiences, which enrich our students' learning. We respect, support, and value our students' and employees' voices, and we strive to offer an equitable environment in which they can thrive.
The Lycée actively seeks qualified individuals from underrepresented groups, welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, and is an equal opportunity employer. The Lycée can only hire individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States as of the date employment is to begin.