Saint John’s High School is a four-year college preparatory school for young men.  Founded by the Xaverian Brothers in 1898, Saint John’s remains committed to the Xaverian educational philosophy as a Catholic educational institution. Saint John’s is an equal employment opportunity employer and complies with all federal and Massachusetts laws concerning equal opportunity and affirmative action in the workplace.

Open Positions

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  • Assistant Outdoor Track Coach

    Saint John's High School is looking for an Assistant Outdoor Track Coach.

    Experience coaching throwing events required, with emphasis on shot put and discus. 

    Collegiate competitive experience preferred but not required.

    If interested, please contact Head Coach Tim Hilliard at thilliard@stjohnshigh.org
  • Assistant XC & Track Coach

    Saint John's High School, a private, Catholic, Xaverian Brothers boys high school located in Shrewsbury, MA is seeking an Assistant XC and Track Coach for the fall, winter, and spring seasons. Experience in coaching middle and long-distance runners is required. Collegiate athletic experience preferred but not required.
     
    Interested candidates, please contact Coach Mark Murray at mmurray@stjohnshigh.org.    


    Criteria/job description

    Proven success and experience in coaching middle and long-distance runners.

    Ability to communicate effectively with all stakeholders in our program (student/athletes, head coaches, parents, and school administrators).

    Understand, advocate, and be aligned with our program's “Big Picture” perspective in developing athletes.

    Ability and willingness to share new ideas relative to training.

    Possess a set of core values that are intrinsically aligned with the mission of Saint John’s High School.
  • Middle School Computer Science - Part Time

    Saint John’s High School seeks a part-time middle school Computer Science teacher for the newly-developed Brother Robert Treanor, CFX Middle School Division. This teacher would be responsible for teaching two periods each day. Candidates should have a strong background in education, a commitment to and understanding of middle school boys in and out of the classroom, the ability to utilize technology to enhance student learning, and the drive to engage in ongoing professional development. 

    The ideal candidate is committed to guiding our students as they construct their understanding of Computer Science and its role in the educational experience. This educator is a collaborator with an appreciation for the teachable moment in their discipline and beyond it, when moral and ethical questions arise in and out of the classroom. A person with consistently high standards, comfortable teaching in a faith-filled school community, the candidate of choice seeks growth and learning every day, both personally and professionally, and inspires others to do the same through optimism, selflessness, flexibility, and teamwork. The selected candidate has a real desire to contribute to the school community by sharing their passions and through additional efforts, such as coaching teams, directing clubs, and supervising activities. A strong sense of initiative and the willingness to serve as an integral part of building a new program is essential for this educator.
    The teacher will be responsible for the implementation of curricula, designing assessments that measure student progress and achievement, using assessment data to inform instructional practices, and participating in collaborative activities. Required qualifications include: an undergraduate degree in Computer Science (a Master’s would be highly valued), at least three years of middle school teaching experience, proficiency with technology, dedication to working cooperatively with other teachers to maintain and grow a strong middle school program, and robust interpersonal skills. Experience with coaching and club activities on the middle school level will also be essential for the ideal candidate. In addition to honor and character, and commitment to intellectual engagement, especially important is the candidate’s demonstrated commitment to an inclusive school community.
     
    How to Apply:
    The position includes a competitive salary package, commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter of interest, resume, and a list of 3 employment references to the attention of Margaret Granados, Principal of Saint John’s High School, at employment@stjohnshigh.org. Applications should be submitted by August 26.
  • Technology Services Specialist

    The Technology Services Specialist reports to and works with the Director of Information Technology and the Director of Educational Technology as part of a team that provides technical support to the Saint John’s community.

    The role of the Specialist is to provide Tier 1 support and referral for incoming requests via phone, walk-in, web forms, and e-mail. The Specialist is to assist in maintaining and repairing school-owned technology equipment and related systems, to oversee live streaming services, and to help end-users connect their personal devices to the school’s wireless network. 

    Responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:

    Maintenance and Repair
    • Diagnose and resolve everyday technical problems with school-owned computer and multimedia equipment, software, and peripherals
    • Troubleshoot wireless connectivity problems with devices under the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and 1:1 programs
    • Troubleshoot login issues with user accounts
    • Install software and licenses on school-owned devices
    • Perform preventative maintenance of computer labs, digital signage displays, projectors, printers, battery backup units, and other technology equipment according to established schedules and procedures
    • Replace network cables, AV cables, power cords, keyboards, mice, wall plates, lamps, toner, staples, and other consumables in classrooms, offices, and workrooms
    • Deliver and setup portable projectors and sound systems in classrooms and other gathering spaces, as needed
    • Install access points for additional wireless coverage, as needed
    • Contact school-approved vendors to arrange for outside repair of laptops, tablets, printers and other devices, as needed

    Inventory
    • Use the school’s help desk ticketing system to document all work completed, to inventory devices and equipment, and to research repeat technical issues
    • Maintain spare laptops, tablets and portable projectors, and sign them out as loaner devices, as needed
    • Maintain software installation repositories
    • Record remaining life for projector lamps and filters
    • Record remaining life for printer toner, staples, and waste containers
    • Maintain a supply of network cables, HDMI and VGA cables, AV adapters, lamps, toner, staples, and other consumables
    • Trace and label data jacks and network cabling
    • Assign and affix asset labels to school-owned desktops, laptops, tablets, and other components
    • Maintain the technology workshop, printer supply closet and wiring closets, in a neat and orderly fashion

    Training
    • Oversee the setup and proper operation of the school’s live streaming equipment and software
    • Help teachers and students use various educational technology software and services
    • Help teachers and students setup and implement various video conferencing equipment and software
    • Train student videographers on how to record athletic events, and assist coaches with uploading recordings to Hudl
    • Provide after-hours support by overseeing the setup and proper operation of technology and multimedia equipment at school-sponsored and rental events, as needed

    Other
    • Perform other technology-related functions as directed by the Directors of Information Technology and Educational Technology

    Qualifications
    • College degree in a technology or computer sciences field, or equivalent industry experience
    • Ability to triage technology-related issues in a fast paced environment
    • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and with minimal supervision
    • Ability to resolve software issues by downloading hotfixes and by altering system settings
    • Ability to resolve equipment issues by installing replacement components and by performing physical repairs to cables and circuits
    • Ability to work effectively with community members of all skill levels
    • Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to work in a Windows, Mac, and Chrome environment
    • Experience working in education preferred
    • An understanding of the school’s history and mission
    • Ability to lift and move items up to 50 lbs.

    Employment Terms
    • Twelve month per year position

    How to Apply
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter of interest, resume, and a list of 3 employment references to employment@stjohnshigh.org.