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FULL TIME

Band Director and Music Teacher

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: BA Degree in Music Education, Performance or its equivalent; demonstrated teaching experience at the secondary school level; demonstrated leadership (Band Director) in Music Education, Band Leadership and School Activities.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master Degree in Music, or a related field,
  • Credential: General Secondary or Single Subject in Music,
  • At least 3 years demonstrated teaching experience at the secondary school level;
  • Experience successfully directing music programs at the high school level,
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of the mission of Catholic Education.

SUMMARY OF MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to)

  • As part of his/her assignment, the Band Director will serve as a member of the Visual and Performing Arts team to deliver a Comprehensive Music and Fine Arts Program by directing band performers and establishing performance requirements. The duties of a music teacher include creating lesson plans, preparing classroom activities, organizing teaching materials, evaluating student performance, maintaining classroom records, meeting with parents, teachers and other professionals and participating in campus events.
  • Major duties and responsibilities:
    • Instruct music classes, including beginning and intermediate concert band, and choir
    • Assist in providing for band participation school events, including concerts, athletic contests, rallies, parades, liturgical services, and other school-sponsored activities
    • Support band parent/booster club activities
    • Collaborate with the Office of Institutional Advancement to acquire resources and funding
    • Work in collaboration with the Visual & Performing Arts Department Lead to recommend policies to improve program
    • Management of funds
    • Maintain a current inventory of all fixed assets within the department
    • Oversee process of cleaning, repairing and storing of all band equipment
    • Facilitate instruction of the subject matter according to guidelines established by the California State Standards on the Arts
    • Plan and use appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students assigned
    • Conduct ongoing informal and formal assessments of student achievement
    • Create an environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students
    • Develop and assist in the interpretation of the school policies and procedures for parents and the community
    • Initiates and supports communication with and among teachers, parents, students and the community
    • Manage a support staff to assist in the direction of the school’ music program efforts

FILING AN APPLICATION:

All interested applicants must submit the following to sjbemployment@bosco.org: (1) a detailed letter of interest, no more than two pages, which addresses the responsibilities and desirable qualifications as detailed in this announcement; (2) a current resume or CV; and (3) a personal statement, no more than two pages, on the applicant’s philosophy on teaching and learning Music in the 21st century. After review of materials, by the selection committee, candidates will be contacted only if selected for interviews upon which candidates will be required to submit the official application, two letters of reference and copies of transcripts (official transcripts will be required if selected for the position). For questions regarding the application process or for additional information regarding the job description, please email sjbemployment@bosco.org. All materials should be sent electronically.

PART-TIME

Bingo Manager

ABOUT US

St. John Bosco High School is an all-male Catholic college preparatory school with an enrollment of approximately 850 students. Located in the City of Bellflower, the school was founded in 1940 by the Salesians of Don Bosco (also known as the Salesian Society). We are one of the premiere Catholic high schools in Southern California, with over 8,900 alumni, a growing enrollment, nationally recognized athletic programs, and a tradition of academic excellence leading to college success.

This position provides an opportunity for a successful professional to build on an established Bingo program that directly supports our student body.

HOURS/LOCATION

Approximately 18-20 hours per week. Games are held Saturday evenings and selected holidays. The position also requires minimal time on campus to reconcile budgets and deposit proceeds. All Bingo games take place at St. John Bosco High School.

PRIMARY FUNCTION

The Bingo Manager organizes and oversees the efficient and smooth operation of all aspects of a weekly Bingo game and ensures a high standard of stakeholder satisfaction. Duties must be performed in accordance with local, State, Federal regulations and in accord with best practices in game management and the school’s internal controls, policies, and procedures.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Administration

  • Maintain an up-to-date knowledge and compliance with internal bingo controls, processes, and procedures
  • Manage inventory and submit supply orders to bingo distributors in a timely manner
  • Oversee set-up and clean-up of bingo hall, including communication with custodial
  • service as needed

  • Train, organize, and schedule paid Bingo staff as well as parent volunteers
  • Ensure that no family members, associates, or other conflict of interest parties participate in Bingo games in any capacity
  • Maintain a clean, safe, and organized environment
  • Maintain consistent attendance records for each Bingo game
  • Develop and maintain a database of Bingo customers
  • Plan, market, and execute special events for holiday games
  • Ensure kitchen vendors are in place and oversee meal service
  • Determine and communicate specials, door prizes, giveaways, and other incentives to
  • recruit new Bingo players and retain existing customers

    Resource Management

  • Plan and prepare for weekly games including paper and flash tabs
  • Approve jackpots and payouts and ensure appropriate forms are completed
  • Reconcile cash and credit at the end of each game
  • Communicate weekly with the Chief Financial Officer to ensure that operating budget and net income figures are clear
  • Resolve customer complaints regarding problems such as payout errors
  • Leadership & Supervision

  • Schedule and monitor paid Bingo staff and volunteers to ensure that games are adequately staffed
  • Develop and clarify staff training and performance standards
  • Monitor and evaluate performance of all Bingo team members
  • Train and manage volunteers
  • Engage respectfully with Bingo customers, the general public, vendors, and faculty and staff as a public face of the school
  • MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Two years direct experience in Bingo Operations and Gaming
  • Two years of supervisory experience
  • Ability to operate bingo machines and call bingo games
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to engage respectfully with players, vendors, the general public, and school faculty and staff
  • Able to pass a criminal background check
  • Physical and environmental demands include the ability to stand and walk the floor for 4-5 hours at a time and the ability to lift and move items in the range of 10-20 pounds. You will be regularly required to stand, walk, sit, climb or balance, kneel, crouch, and use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Progressive supervisory experience, and specifically, previous Bingo Manager experience
  • Knowledge of California Bingo Laws and Gaming rules

  • TO APPLY

    Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your experience to Jeff Wacha, Chief Financial Officer, at jwacha@bosco.org.