Careers at WCA

Employment

Williamsburg Christian Academy seeks individuals that are excited about joining a team that is on the move!  We seek qualified, dedicated professionals team players who love working with young people, have a strong Christian faith, and want to make a lasting impact on a school community.  In addition, we look for faculty, staff, and coaches that aren’t afraid to innovate and create new systems of operation.  If this description fits you, we urge you to consider applying for positions that are listed below.  

A Common Vision

Williamsburg Christian Academy is passionate about its vision to co-labor with parents and the Christian community to educate young adults to possess:

  • A lifelong desire to think critically with Truth being the core foundation
  • A visible and deepening personal relationship with Christ and the confidence to share His love
  • Excellent linguistic, mathematical, scientific, artistic, physical and social skills
  • Christ-centered spiritual and moral values
  • A sense of God’s calling to joyful and consistent service

Therefore, it is imperative for the Academy to hire the most spiritually and emotionally mature followers of Jesus Christ who can minister to co-workers, parents, and students from a deeply Biblical worldview and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

"I believe that the purpose of education is to equip children to live meaningful lives. As a learning facilitator, my goal is to help my students build the skills and habits they will need to live a life of excellence both in and out of the classroom. My hope is to inspire my students to be all that God created them to be. " - WCA Teacher

Current Open Faculty Positions  Substitute Learning Facilitators French Language Learning facilitator Director of Learning Support Lower School Learning Facilitator

Current Open Faculty Positions 

Open faculty and leadership positions can be accessed by clicking the tabs in this table. 

Currently sought positions at this time: 

SUBSTITUTE LEARNING FACILITATORS

UPPER SCHOOL IB FRENCH LANGUAGE LEARNING FACILITATOR

DIRECTOR OF LEARNING SUPPORT

LOWER SCHOOL LEARNING FACILITATOR (K-5)

NOTE: Williamsburg Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, gender, age, or military service in the hiring of any staff including administrative, teaching, professional, or support staff. Please complete the employment application provided below. For faculty positions, the following forms will be included in each position description:

  • Application
  • Resume
  • Written answers to the Interview Questions
  • Applicable reference forms

Substitute Learning Facilitators

Our substitute teaching corps is an important part of our ability to function day to day when our full-time Learning Facilitators are out sick or have a requirement that will keep them out of work for a short or extended period of time. As with all our educator positions, we require substitutes to have suitable classroom management experience and a solid Christian background. Serving as a substitute can be rewarding work for retired educators, or can be a great way to familiarize yourself with our administration should a full-time LF position open up.

Our Substitute application is now online! Just click here to visit our secure online application page. 

French Language Learning facilitator

 

Position Title: Upper School French Language Learning Facilitator (grades 8-12)

Reports to: Upper School Dean

Classification: Exempt; Salaried, 40 hours/week; 11 Months 

Date Prepared/Revised: March 1, 2022 

Principal Function

The Upper School French Language learning facilitator (LF) shall be a college graduate who will use teaching techniques consistent with the International Baccalaureate Program to achieve curriculum goals and promote student learning and will demonstrate mastery of the subject content. The learning facilitator should have prior experience as a French teacher but, at minimum, the successful candidate will have completed extensive coursework in French. This individual should also be knowledgeable of and able to utilize best practices to support a student’s ability to communicate (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) in the target language and be able to effectively assess learning outcomes at each level of instruction (French I-IV). The LF will integrate a biblical worldview and a Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, and attitude.

 Instructional Functions: 

  • Prepare and submit a yearly and weekly lesson plan to the Upper School Dean for review and approval.
  • Establish a class culture that is consistent with the mission and vision of Williamsburg Christian Academy.
  • Create a learning environment that enables students to develop collaborative skills.
  • Employ a classroom management plan that is developed around clarity.
  • Maintain clear and effective discipline and management plans both in the classroom and on the WCA premises that is consistent with the WCA policies.
  • Employ a variety of methods, instructional aides, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child – spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally.
  • Notify the Upper School Dean promptly if you are unable to fulfill any duty assigned.
  • Communicate with students and parents through Williamsburg Christian Academy’s learning management system (LMS).
  • Login to and use LMS to manage the classroom, maintain a secure academic environment, and facilitate learning for all Williamsburg Christian Academy Upper School students.
  • Post a minimum of three asynchronous modules to LMS each Wednesday evening by 5 PM for the following week to accommodate the virtual learning experiences of all WCA students, including international students in African, European, and Asian time zones.
  • Utilize asynchronous flipped classroom best practices to enhance hands-on learning mastery during synchronous course time.
  • Facilitate and schedule the synchronous instructional class time and virtual office hours in collaboration with Upper School leadership.
  • Post grades to LMS no more than one hundred twenty hours or five days following assignment submission.
  • Second-semester exams and fourth quarter senior grades must be posted no less than twenty-four hours before commencement for the current school year.
  • Participate in annual IB training and obtain MYP and DP teaching certifications.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Upper School Dean.

Supplemental Functions: 

  • The learning facilitator shall open each class with prayer and, when appropriate, pray with and for students. 
  • The learning facilitator shall record class attendance in the WCA software system for each class within the first 10 minutes of class start. This process is critical to the safety and security of the WCA community, and a lack of attention to this requirement will not be acceptable. 
  • The learning facilitator shall update WCA software with assignments and grades every week at a minimum. This requirement is of utmost importance in communication with parents and an aid to students who are at home for medical reasons. 
  • The learning facilitator shall regularly check and respond to voicemail and email messages within 24 hours graciously and professionally.
  • The learning facilitator shall participate in parent-learning facilitator individual/group conferences involving any student's parents. 
  • The learning facilitator shall maintain a high regard for the confidential information of each student and their family. Any form of gossip is not biblical and will not be tolerated.
  • The learning facilitator shall perform all administrative duties assigned as part of the teaching position including, but not limited to, hall duty, lunch supervision, dismissal duty, devotional presentation, bulletin board responsibilities 
  • The learning facilitator shall be responsible for enforcing all policies as per the Student Handbook. 
  • The learning facilitator shall attend all professional development seminars and meetings as assigned by the Upper School Principal. 
  • The learning facilitator is responsible for maintaining required learning facilitator certifications, not allowing any lapse of their certification. 
  • The learning facilitator collaborates and communicates with the upper school faculty team to provide a productive and effective program. 

Physical Requirements 

  • Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approx. 25 pounds). 
  • Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes. 
  • Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist students. 
  • Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard. 
  • Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressed one. 
  • See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.

Other General Responsibilities 

  • Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior. 
  • To maintain devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation of your family.
  • To honor the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation. 
  • To be actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray  regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender  regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God  prospers you; 
  • To pray for those outside the body of Christ, honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, commend the Gospel of Christ to them. 

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume to HOS@williamsburgchristian.org, along with completing our LF Employment application, which may be found at https://private-christian-school.williamsburgchristian.org/about-us/careers-at-wca-new/lf-application-form/

Director of Learning Support

 

Position Title: Director of Learning Support

Reports to: Head of School

Classification: Exempt; Salaried Full or Part-Time (Flexible hours TBD); 11 Months

Date Prepared/Revised: March 1, 2022

Prospective position start date: July 1, 2022

Overview

Responsible for planning, developing, delivering, and evaluating appropriate individualized educational services, learning programs, and instruction for special needs students in integrated settings in consultation with other school personnel.

Required Qualifications and/or Experience

  • Bachelor's degree in the appropriate field
  • valid State teaching certification
  • appropriate Special Education endorsements or licensure
  • experience in educating special needs students
  • proven effective classroom and student behavior management skills
  • knowledge of current special education practices and methodologies
  • knowledge and understanding of State, local, and federal regulations and policies affecting special education
  • working knowledge of educational technology applications

Primary Responsibilities

  • Identify the needs of assigned students through formal and informal assessments
  • Review referral data, history, and assessment data to develop an appropriate Personalized Education Plan (PEP) for each student
  • Confer with general education teachers regarding the educational, social, emotional, and physical needs and objectives of each student
  • Plan, develop and implement PEPs for each identified student
  • Design appropriate teaching strategies
  • Assist general ed learning facilitators with the preparation of instructional materials and lesson plans to provide for accommodations in PEPs
  • Review PEPs with parents, school administrators, and general education teachers
  • Utilize and coach general ed learning facilitators on appropriate methods of learning delivery and instruction to meet the needs of each student where applicable
  • Monitor each student's progress utilizing appropriate measurements and assessment devices
  • Develop and implement necessary interventions and strategies to promote the achievement of student objectives
  • Collaborate and consult with general school personnel regarding the implementation of the PEPs and special educational services
  • Assist with appropriate modifications and adaptations of conventional educational programs and curricula to meet the requirements of special needs students where applicable
  • Maintain regular communication with parents by means of email, phone calls, and conferences
  • Assist parents with understanding and supporting educational objectives, learning expectations, and behavioral standards
  • Assist with managing student behavior through monitoring, supervising, and assessing behavioral patterns
  • Utilize appropriate corrective methods to modify behavior
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) where necessary
  • Instruct students on socially acceptable behaviors and personal development skills
  • Maintain accurate and complete documentation for each student to include up-to-date testing
  • Maintain current knowledge of special education best practices and trends
  • Apply for Upper School students’ CollegeBoard accommodations for assessments as SSD Coordinator

Physical Requirements 

  • Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approx. 25 pounds). 
  • Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes. 
  • Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist students. 
  • Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard. 
  • Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressed one. 
  • See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.

Other General Responsibilities 

  • Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior. 
  • Maintaining devotions in your home, educating in Christian doctrine, and praying for the salvation of your family.
  • Honoring the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to submit to them in the exercise of their duties, and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation. 
  • Being actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you. 
  • Praying for those outside the body of Christ, honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, commend the Gospel of Christ to them. 

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume to HOS@williamsburgchristian.org, along with a completed LF Employment application, which may be found at https://private-christian-school.williamsburgchristian.org/about-us/careers-at-wca-new/lf-application-form/

Lower School Learning Facilitator

 

Position Title: Lower School Learning Facilitator

Reports to: Lower School Dean

Classification: Exempt; Salaried, 40 hours/week; 11 Months

Date Prepared/Revised: March 2022

Instructions: Interested candidates should complete the online LF application here and email their resume in pdf format to Johnny Graham, Head of School, at hos@williamsburgchristian.org.

Principal Function

The Lower School Learning Facilitator shall be a college graduate that is able to utilize engaging techniques and best practices, consistent with the International Baccalaureate Program, to ensure students achieve grade-level goals and objectives. He/She will also be able to demonstrate mastery of all relevant content. In addition, the Learning Facilitator will integrate a biblical worldview and a Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum, and model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, and attitude. 

  Instructional Functions:

  • Engage and inspire young minds using the framework of Williamsburg Christian Academy’s curricular pillars: The Christ-Centered Walk, Respect, Communication, Wellness, Stewardship, Life and Career Preparation, and Awareness.
  • Establish a class culture that is consistent with the Mission and Vision of Williamsburg Christian Academy and the Learning Profile of the International Baccalaureate Program.
  • Develop and submit instructional plans and assessments(Unit of Inquiry and subject-specific) to the Lower School Dean/PYP Coordinator for review and approval. 
  • Create lessons and learning experiences that engage a student’s critical thinking skills.
  • Employ a variety of methods, instructional aides, and materials that will facilitate learning based on a child’s needs and styles.
  • Collaborate and communicate with the WCA faculty team to provide for a productive and effective program.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Lower School Dean or PYP/IB Coordinator.
  • Notify the Lower School Dean promptly if you are unable to fulfill any assigned duty.

Supplemental Functions:

  • The Learning Facilitator shall open each class with prayer and when appropriate pray with and for students
  • The Learning Facilitator shall record class attendance in the WCA LMS within the first 10 minutes of the school day.  This process is critical to the safety and security of the WCA community and lack of attention to this requirement will not be tolerated.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall update WCA software with assignments and grades every week (at a minimum).  This requirement is of utmost importance in communication with parents and an aide to students who are at home for medical reasons.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall regularly check and respond to voicemail and email messages within 24 hours in a gracious and professional manner.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall participate in Family Academic Conferences for each student in his/her class.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall maintain a high regard for the confidential information of each student and their family; any form of gossip is not Biblical and will not be tolerated.  If you have a question concerning appropriate behavior as it relates to confidentiality, you are to address the matter only with the Lower School Dean for direction.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall perform all administrative duties assigned as part of the position including, but not limited to, hall duty, lunch supervision, dismissal duty, devotional presentation, bulletin board responsibilities, etc.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall be responsible for enforcing all policies as per the Student-Parent Handbook.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall attend all professional development seminars and meetings as assigned by the Lower School Dean and/or Head of School.
  • The Learning Facilitator is responsible for maintaining required certifications (i.e. ACSI).

Other General Responsibilities 

  • Continue submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior;
  • Maintain devotions in your home, educate in Christian doctrine, and pray for the salvation of your family;
  • Honor the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to  submit  to them in the  exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation;
  • Be actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you;
  • Pray for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

Physical Requirements

  • Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approximately 25 pounds).
  • Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes.
  • Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending and stooping periodically to assist students.
  • Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard.
  • Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the needs of students (i.e. joyful v. distressed).
  • See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.
Current Open Staff Positions  Facilities Manager   Enrollment Manager

Current Open Staff Positions 

Open non-faculty and leadership positions can be accessed by clicking the tabs in this table. 

Currently sought positions at this time: 

FACILITIES MANAGER

ENROLLMENT MANAGER

NOTE: Williamsburg Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, gender, age, or military service in the hiring of any staff including administrative, teaching, professional, or support staff. Please complete the employment application provided below. For staff positions, please help us by providing the following items (Click to download each form or visit link):

Facilities Manager  

Position Title: Facilities Manager
Reports to: Head of Administration
Classification: Exempt; Salaried; 40 hours/week; 12-month employee status
Date Prepared/Revised: August 22, 2021

The WCA Facilities Manager is responsible for WCA buildings, grounds, and fleet safety and scheduling. This responsibility includes oversight of the custodial and maintenance personnel as well as maintenance and construction contractors. The Manager is also responsible for the safety and security protocols for WCA and enforcement of the protocols. The successful candidate should have a minimum of five (5) years of practical experience in facility management. A minimum of an associate’s degree in a related field is required; Bachelor’s degree in engineering or facilities management or a related field is preferred. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products is essential.

Specific Functions

• Supervise custodial and maintenance personnel and ensure they are trained appropriately and work in a safe manner as required by OSHA
• Develop RFP’s for preventative maintenance and construction contracts. Responsible for obtaining a minimum of 3 bids and supervise the process. Once the process is complete, make a recommendation of acceptance to HOA
• Supervises all contractors onsite and holds them accountable for the work performed. Have oversight of all renovation and remodeling projects
• Responsible for establishing and executing preventative maintenance schedules to ensure work is completed on time and within budget
• Responsible for ensuring all required inspections for equipment and services for such systems as elevators, security, fire systems, gym equipment are completed on time to remain compliant with codes and state requirements
• Work with HOA concerning annual budgets and capital expenditures
• Process all facilities purchase orders and invoices to maintain proper financial controls and timely payments
• Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the WCA grounds to ensure the property is always pleasing to the eye and safe. This responsibility includes preparing and securing for, and clean up from, emergency weather conditions.
• Responsible for the upkeep, maintenance, and schedule of use for the WCA fleet, ensuring the safety and maintenance schedules are maintained and in compliance with all state laws
• Receive and respond to all security, fire and HVAC alarms, resolving issues with the proper authorities promptly
• Responsible for the management and distribution of keys and key fobs and maintaining a proper log
• Oversee all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Barrier Free Compliance standards
• Assume all other duties assigned by the Head of Administration

Physical Demands/Work Environment

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The demand of extended workdays requires a high level of physical endurance. This job requires the ability to handle and balance multiple demands at the same time.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, sit, use hands to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, or crouch, talk or hear.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision and depth perceptions.

While performing the duties of the job the employee will visit various buildings for inspection and meetings.

The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but can fluctuate between being occasionally quiet and sometimes loud.

Work is performed both indoors and outdoors.

Other General Responsibilities


• Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to
scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior;
• To maintain devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation of
your family;
• To honor the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly;
to submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation;
• To be actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its
ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation, and to
contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you;
• To pray for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them; and as
opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

Enrollment Manager

Position Title: Enrollment Manager
Reports to: Head of School
Collaborates with: Assistant Head of School for Business Services
Classification: Exempt; Salaried, 40 hours/week; 12 Months
Date Prepared/Revised: Oct 6, 2021
Prospective Start Date: July 1, 2022


Overview


The Enrollment Manager provides leadership in the development and implementation of a comprehensive enrollment management plan for Williamsburg Christian Academy. The Enrollment Manager generates timely reports and data to inform WCA’s leadership regarding enrollment trends, challenges, and related issues. The three areas of focus for the Enrollment Manager are recruitment, retention, and graduation of students.

Primary Responsibilities:


• Supervise and organize the financial aid process.
• Lead Directors of Day and Boarding Admissions.
• When necessary, travel with the Director of Boarding Admissions to maximize residential recruitment.
• Compare regional independent school enrollment data trends through information provided by Southern Association of Independent Schools.
• Compare national boarding school enrollment data trends through information provided by National Association of Independent Schools.
• Compare Mid-Atlantic day school enrollment data trends through information provided by ADVIS.
• Know all aspects of Williamsburg Christian Academy’s comprehensive program including student learning outcomes.
• Develop a comprehensive 5-year and 10-year marketing strategy.
• Build and sustain student enrollment of 400 by 2030.
• Work to maintain student retention rate of 85% annually.
• Collaborate with Digital Media Administrator to grow the ministry brand.
• Understand how the 21st century independent school consumer has changed:
             - More information about enrollment process and expectations for applicants
             - More opportunities to interact with current students
             - More opportunities to visit classes
             - More information about academic programs
             - More opportunities to interact with faculty during the enrollment process
             - More information about the faculty
             - More videos of school/student life
             - More opportunities to interact with current parents
             - More email updates about school activities
• Master the 4 key enrollment metrics:
      -Recruitment
      -Marketing
       -Financial
       -Retention
• Attend Board of Directors meetings at the invitation of the Head of School.
• Advise the Head and Board of market trends.
• Lead ministry’s strategic marketing team.
• Conduct granular surveys of new WCA families in 6-month cycles.


Physical Requirements


• Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approx. 25 pounds).
• Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes.
• Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist students.
• Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard.
• Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressed
one.
• See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.


Other General Responsibilities


● Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and
obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency
of Christian behavior.
● Maintaining devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation
of your family.
● Honoring the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to
submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation.
● Being actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its
ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation;
to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you.
● Praying for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them, and
as opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume
to hos@williamsburgchristian.org, along with a completed Employment Application (click to download)

Current Open Athletic Positions 

Current Open Athletic Positions 

Open non-faculty and leadership positions can be accessed by clicking the tabs in this table. 

NOTE: Williamsburg Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, gender, age, or military service in the hiring of any staff including administrative, teaching, professional, or support staff. Please complete the employment application provided below. For faculty positions, please help us by providing the following items (Click to download each form):

  • Staff Application
  • Resume

Careers at WCA

Employment

Williamsburg Christian Academy seeks individuals that are excited about joining a team that is on the move!  We seek qualified, dedicated professionals team players who love working with young people, have a strong Christian faith, and want to make a lasting impact on a school community.  In addition, we look for faculty, staff, and coaches that aren’t afraid to innovate and create new systems of operation.  If this description fits you, we urge you to consider applying for positions that are listed below.  

A Common Vision

Williamsburg Christian Academy is passionate about its vision to co-labor with parents and the Christian community to educate young adults to possess:

  • A lifelong desire to think critically with Truth being the core foundation
  • A visible and deepening personal relationship with Christ and the confidence to share His love
  • Excellent linguistic, mathematical, scientific, artistic, physical and social skills
  • Christ-centered spiritual and moral values
  • A sense of God’s calling to joyful and consistent service

Therefore, it is imperative for the Academy to hire the most spiritually and emotionally mature followers of Jesus Christ who can minister to co-workers, parents, and students from a deeply Biblical worldview and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

"I believe that the purpose of education is to equip children to live meaningful lives. As a learning facilitator, my goal is to help my students build the skills and habits they will need to live a life of excellence both in and out of the classroom. My hope is to inspire my students to be all that God created them to be. " - WCA Teacher

Current Open Faculty Positions  Substitute Learning Facilitators Upper School French Language Learning Facilitator Director of Learning Support Lower School Learn Facilitator

Current Open Faculty Positions 

 

Open faculty and leadership positions can be accessed by clicking the tabs in this table. 

SUBSTITUTE LEARNING FACILITATORS

UPPER SCHOOL IB FRENCH LANGUAGE LEARNING FACILITATOR

DIRECTOR OF LEARNING SUPPORT

LOWER SCHOOL LEARNING FACILITATOR (K-5)

NOTE: Williamsburg Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, gender, age, or military service in the hiring of any staff including administrative, teaching, professional, or support staff. Please complete the employment application provided below. For faculty positions, please help us by providing the following items (Click to download each form):

  • Application
  • Resume
  • Written answers to the Interview Questions
  • Applicable reference forms

Substitute Learning Facilitators

Our substitute teaching corps is an important part of our ability to function day to day when our full-time Learning Facilitators are out sick or have a requirement that will keep them out of work for a short or extended period of time. As with all our educator positions, we require substitutes to have suitable classroom management experience and a solid Christian background. Serving as a substitute can be rewarding work for retired educators, or can be a great way to familiarize yourself with our administration should a full-time LF position open up.

Our Substitute application is now online! Just click here to visit our secure online application page. 

Upper School French Language Learning Facilitator

 

Position Title: Upper School French Language Learning Facilitator (grades 8-12)

Reports to: Upper School Dean

Classification: Exempt; Salaried, 40 hours/week; 11 Months 

Date Prepared/Revised: March 1, 2022 

Principal Function

The Upper School French Language learning facilitator (LF) shall be a college graduate who will use teaching techniques consistent with the International Baccalaureate Program to achieve curriculum goals and promote student learning and will demonstrate mastery of the subject content. The learning facilitator should have prior experience as a French teacher but, at minimum, the successful candidate will have completed extensive coursework in French. This individual should also be knowledgeable of and able to utilize best practices to support a student’s ability to communicate (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) in the target language and be able to effectively assess learning outcomes at each level of instruction (French I-IV). The LF will integrate a biblical worldview and a Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, and attitude.

 Instructional Functions: 

  • Prepare and submit a yearly and weekly lesson plan to the Upper School Dean for review and approval.
  • Establish a class culture that is consistent with the mission and vision of Williamsburg Christian Academy.
  • Create a learning environment that enables students to develop collaborative skills.
  • Employ a classroom management plan that is developed around clarity.
  • Maintain clear and effective discipline and management plans both in the classroom and on the WCA premises that is consistent with the WCA policies.
  • Employ a variety of methods, instructional aides, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child – spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally.
  • Notify the Upper School Dean promptly if you are unable to fulfill any duty assigned.
  • Communicate with students and parents through Williamsburg Christian Academy’s learning management system (LMS).
  • Login to and use LMS to manage the classroom, maintain a secure academic environment, and facilitate learning for all Williamsburg Christian Academy Upper School students.
  • Post a minimum of three asynchronous modules to LMS each Wednesday evening by 5 PM for the following week to accommodate the virtual learning experiences of all WCA students, including international students in African, European, and Asian time zones.
  • Utilize asynchronous flipped classroom best practices to enhance hands-on learning mastery during synchronous course time.
  • Facilitate and schedule the synchronous instructional class time and virtual office hours in collaboration with Upper School leadership.
  • Post grades to LMS no more than one hundred twenty hours or five days following assignment submission.
  • Second-semester exams and fourth quarter senior grades must be posted no less than twenty-four hours before commencement for the current school year.
  • Participate in annual IB training and obtain MYP and DP teaching certifications.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Upper School Dean.

Supplemental Functions: 

  • The learning facilitator shall open each class with prayer and, when appropriate, pray with and for students. 
  • The learning facilitator shall record class attendance in the WCA software system for each class within the first 10 minutes of class start. This process is critical to the safety and security of the WCA community, and a lack of attention to this requirement will not be acceptable. 
  • The learning facilitator shall update WCA software with assignments and grades every week at a minimum. This requirement is of utmost importance in communication with parents and an aid to students who are at home for medical reasons. 
  • The learning facilitator shall regularly check and respond to voicemail and email messages within 24 hours graciously and professionally.
  • The learning facilitator shall participate in parent-learning facilitator individual/group conferences involving any student's parents. 
  • The learning facilitator shall maintain a high regard for the confidential information of each student and their family. Any form of gossip is not biblical and will not be tolerated.
  • The learning facilitator shall perform all administrative duties assigned as part of the teaching position including, but not limited to, hall duty, lunch supervision, dismissal duty, devotional presentation, bulletin board responsibilities 
  • The learning facilitator shall be responsible for enforcing all policies as per the Student Handbook. 
  • The learning facilitator shall attend all professional development seminars and meetings as assigned by the Upper School Principal. 
  • The learning facilitator is responsible for maintaining required learning facilitator certifications, not allowing any lapse of their certification. 
  • The learning facilitator collaborates and communicates with the upper school faculty team to provide a productive and effective program. 

Physical Requirements 

  • Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approx. 25 pounds). 
  • Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes. 
  • Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist students. 
  • Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard. 
  • Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressed one. 
  • See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.

Other General Responsibilities 

  • Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior. 
  • To maintain devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation of your family.
  • To honor the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation. 
  • To be actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray  regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender  regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God  prospers you; 
  • To pray for those outside the body of Christ, honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, commend the Gospel of Christ to them. 

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume to HOS@williamsburgchristian.org, along with completing our LF Employment application, which may be found at https://private-christian-school.williamsburgchristian.org/about-us/careers-at-wca-new/lf-application-form/

Director of Learning Support

 

Position Title: Director of Learning Support

Reports to: Head of School

Classification: Exempt; Salaried Full or Part-Time (Flexible hours TBD); 11 Months

Date Prepared/Revised: March 1, 2022

Prospective position start date: July 1, 2022

Overview

Responsible for planning, developing, delivering, and evaluating appropriate individualized educational services, learning programs, and instruction for special needs students in integrated settings in consultation with other school personnel.

Required Qualifications and/or Experience

  • Bachelor's degree in the appropriate field
  • valid State teaching certification
  • appropriate Special Education endorsements or licensure
  • experience in educating special needs students
  • proven effective classroom and student behavior management skills
  • knowledge of current special education practices and methodologies
  • knowledge and understanding of State, local, and federal regulations and policies affecting special education
  • working knowledge of educational technology applications

Primary Responsibilities

  • Identify the needs of assigned students through formal and informal assessments
  • Review referral data, history, and assessment data to develop an appropriate Personalized Education Plan (PEP) for each student
  • Confer with general education teachers regarding the educational, social, emotional, and physical needs and objectives of each student
  • Plan, develop and implement PEPs for each identified student
  • Design appropriate teaching strategies
  • Assist general ed learning facilitators with the preparation of instructional materials and lesson plans to provide for accommodations in PEPs
  • Review PEPs with parents, school administrators, and general education teachers
  • Utilize and coach general ed learning facilitators on appropriate methods of learning delivery and instruction to meet the needs of each student where applicable
  • Monitor each student's progress utilizing appropriate measurements and assessment devices
  • Develop and implement necessary interventions and strategies to promote the achievement of student objectives
  • Collaborate and consult with general school personnel regarding the implementation of the PEPs and special educational services
  • Assist with appropriate modifications and adaptations of conventional educational programs and curricula to meet the requirements of special needs students where applicable
  • Maintain regular communication with parents by means of email, phone calls, and conferences
  • Assist parents with understanding and supporting educational objectives, learning expectations, and behavioral standards
  • Assist with managing student behavior through monitoring, supervising, and assessing behavioral patterns
  • Utilize appropriate corrective methods to modify behavior
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) where necessary
  • Instruct students on socially acceptable behaviors and personal development skills
  • Maintain accurate and complete documentation for each student to include up-to-date testing
  • Maintain current knowledge of special education best practices and trends
  • Apply for Upper School students’ CollegeBoard accommodations for assessments as SSD Coordinator

Physical Requirements 

  • Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approx. 25 pounds).
  • Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes.
  • Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist students.
  • Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard.
  • Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressed one.
  • See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.

Other General Responsibilities 

  • Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior.
  • Maintaining devotions in your home, educating in Christian doctrine, and praying for the salvation of your family.
  • Honoring the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to submit to them in the exercise of their duties, and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation.
  • Being actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you.
  • Praying for those outside the body of Christ, honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume to HOS@williamsburgchristian.org, along with a completed LF Employment application, which may be found at https://private-christian-school.williamsburgchristian.org/about-us/careers-at-wca-new/lf-application-form/

Lower School Learn Facilitator

 

Position Title: Lower School Learning Facilitator

Reports to: Lower School Dean

Classification: Exempt; Salaried, 40 hours/week; 11 Months

Date Prepared/Revised: March 2022

Instructions: Interested candidates should complete the online LF application here and email their resume in pdf format to Johnny Graham, Head of School, at hos@williamsburgchristian.org.

Principal Function

The Lower School Learning Facilitator shall be a college graduate that is able to utilize engaging techniques and best practices, consistent with the International Baccalaureate Program, to ensure students achieve grade-level goals and objectives. He/She will also be able to demonstrate mastery of all relevant content. In addition, the Learning Facilitator will integrate a biblical worldview and a Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum, and model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, and attitude. 

  Instructional Functions:

  • Engage and inspire young minds using the framework of Williamsburg Christian Academy’s curricular pillars: The Christ-Centered Walk, Respect, Communication, Wellness, Stewardship, Life and Career Preparation, and Awareness.
  • Establish a class culture that is consistent with the Mission and Vision of Williamsburg Christian Academy and the Learning Profile of the International Baccalaureate Program.
  • Develop and submit instructional plans and assessments(Unit of Inquiry and subject-specific) to the Lower School Dean/PYP Coordinator for review and approval. 
  • Create lessons and learning experiences that engage a student’s critical thinking skills.
  • Employ a variety of methods, instructional aides, and materials that will facilitate learning based on a child’s needs and styles.
  • Collaborate and communicate with the WCA faculty team to provide for a productive and effective program.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Lower School Dean or PYP/IB Coordinator.
  • Notify the Lower School Dean promptly if you are unable to fulfill any assigned duty.

Supplemental Functions:

  • The Learning Facilitator shall open each class with prayer and when appropriate pray with and for students
  • The Learning Facilitator shall record class attendance in the WCA LMS within the first 10 minutes of the school day.  This process is critical to the safety and security of the WCA community and lack of attention to this requirement will not be tolerated.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall update WCA software with assignments and grades every week (at a minimum).  This requirement is of utmost importance in communication with parents and an aide to students who are at home for medical reasons.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall regularly check and respond to voicemail and email messages within 24 hours in a gracious and professional manner.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall participate in Family Academic Conferences for each student in his/her class.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall maintain a high regard for the confidential information of each student and their family; any form of gossip is not Biblical and will not be tolerated.  If you have a question concerning appropriate behavior as it relates to confidentiality, you are to address the matter only with the Lower School Dean for direction.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall perform all administrative duties assigned as part of the position including, but not limited to, hall duty, lunch supervision, dismissal duty, devotional presentation, bulletin board responsibilities, etc.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall be responsible for enforcing all policies as per the Student-Parent Handbook.
  • The Learning Facilitator shall attend all professional development seminars and meetings as assigned by the Lower School Dean and/or Head of School.
  • The Learning Facilitator is responsible for maintaining required certifications (i.e. ACSI).

Other General Responsibilities 

  • Continue submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior;
  • Maintain devotions in your home, educate in Christian doctrine, and pray for the salvation of your family;
  • Honor the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to  submit  to them in the  exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation;
  • Be actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you;
  • Pray for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

Physical Requirements

  • Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approximately 25 pounds).
  • Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes.
  • Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending and stooping periodically to assist students.
  • Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard.
  • Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the needs of students (i.e. joyful v. distressed).
  • See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.
Current Open Staff Positions  Facilities Manager   Enrollment Manager

Current Open Staff Positions 

 

Open non-faculty and leadership positions can be accessed by clicking the tabs in this table. 

FACILITIES MANAGER

ENROLLMENT MANAGER

NOTE: Williamsburg Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, gender, age, or military service in the hiring of any staff including administrative, teaching, professional, or support staff. Please complete the employment application provided below. For faculty positions, please help us by providing the following items (Click to download each form):

  • Staff Application
  • Resume

Facilities Manager  

Position Title: Facilities Manager
Reports to: Head of Administration
Classification: Exempt; Salaried; 40 hours/week; 12-month employee status
Date Prepared/Revised: August 22, 2021

The WCA Facilities Manager is responsible for WCA buildings, grounds, and fleet safety and scheduling. This responsibility includes oversight of the custodial and maintenance personnel as well as maintenance and construction contractors. The Manager is also responsible for the safety and security protocols for WCA and enforcement of the protocols. The successful candidate should have a minimum of five (5) years of practical experience in facility management. A minimum of an associate’s degree in a related field is required; Bachelor’s degree in engineering or facilities management or a related field is preferred. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products is essential.

Specific Functions

• Supervise custodial and maintenance personnel and ensure they are trained appropriately and work in a safe manner as required by OSHA
• Develop RFP’s for preventative maintenance and construction contracts. Responsible for obtaining a minimum of 3 bids and supervise the process. Once the process is complete, make a recommendation of acceptance to HOA
• Supervises all contractors onsite and holds them accountable for the work performed. Have oversight of all renovation and remodeling projects
• Responsible for establishing and executing preventative maintenance schedules to ensure work is completed on time and within budget
• Responsible for ensuring all required inspections for equipment and services for such systems as elevators, security, fire systems, gym equipment are completed on time to remain compliant with codes and state requirements
• Work with HOA concerning annual budgets and capital expenditures
• Process all facilities purchase orders and invoices to maintain proper financial controls and timely payments
• Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the WCA grounds to ensure the property is always pleasing to the eye and safe. This responsibility includes preparing and securing for, and clean up from, emergency weather conditions.
• Responsible for the upkeep, maintenance, and schedule of use for the WCA fleet, ensuring the safety and maintenance schedules are maintained and in compliance with all state laws
• Receive and respond to all security, fire and HVAC alarms, resolving issues with the proper authorities promptly
• Responsible for the management and distribution of keys and key fobs and maintaining a proper log
• Oversee all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Barrier Free Compliance standards
• Assume all other duties assigned by the Head of Administration

Physical Demands/Work Environment

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The demand of extended workdays requires a high level of physical endurance. This job requires the ability to handle and balance multiple demands at the same time.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, sit, use hands to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, or crouch, talk or hear.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision and depth perceptions.

While performing the duties of the job the employee will visit various buildings for inspection and meetings.

The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but can fluctuate between being occasionally quiet and sometimes loud.

Work is performed both indoors and outdoors.

Other General Responsibilities


• Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to
scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior;
• To maintain devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation of
your family;
• To honor the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly;
to submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation;
• To be actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its
ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation, and to
contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you;
• To pray for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them; and as
opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

Enrollment Manager

Position Title: Enrollment Manager
Reports to: Head of School
Collaborates with: Assistant Head of School for Business Services
Classification: Exempt; Salaried, 40 hours/week; 12 Months
Date Prepared/Revised: Oct 6, 2021
Prospective Start Date: July 1, 2022


Overview


The Enrollment Manager provides leadership in the development and implementation of a comprehensive enrollment management plan for Williamsburg Christian Academy. The Enrollment Manager generates timely reports and data to inform WCA’s leadership regarding enrollment trends, challenges, and related issues. The three areas of focus for the Enrollment Manager are recruitment, retention, and graduation of students.

Primary Responsibilities:


• Supervise and organize the financial aid process.
• Lead Directors of Day and Boarding Admissions.
• When necessary, travel with the Director of Boarding Admissions to maximize residential recruitment.
• Compare regional independent school enrollment data trends through information provided by Southern Association of Independent Schools.
• Compare national boarding school enrollment data trends through information provided by National Association of Independent Schools.
• Compare Mid-Atlantic day school enrollment data trends through information provided by ADVIS.
• Know all aspects of Williamsburg Christian Academy’s comprehensive program including student learning outcomes.
• Develop a comprehensive 5-year and 10-year marketing strategy.
• Build and sustain student enrollment of 400 by 2030.
• Work to maintain student retention rate of 85% annually.
• Collaborate with Digital Media Administrator to grow the ministry brand.
• Understand how the 21st century independent school consumer has changed:
             - More information about enrollment process and expectations for applicants
             - More opportunities to interact with current students
             - More opportunities to visit classes
             - More information about academic programs
             - More opportunities to interact with faculty during the enrollment process
             - More information about the faculty
             - More videos of school/student life
             - More opportunities to interact with current parents
             - More email updates about school activities
• Master the 4 key enrollment metrics:
      -Recruitment
      -Marketing
       -Financial
       -Retention
• Attend Board of Directors meetings at the invitation of the Head of School.
• Advise the Head and Board of market trends.
• Lead ministry’s strategic marketing team.
• Conduct granular surveys of new WCA families in 6-month cycles.


Physical Requirements


• Lift books/materials for storage and delivery (approx. 25 pounds).
• Walk/stand several times each day for 30 minutes to teach or supervise classes.
• Walk/stand within a classroom setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist students.
• Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard.
• Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressed
one.
• See details of objects and analyze the activities of students more than a few feet away.


Other General Responsibilities


● Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and
obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency
of Christian behavior.
● Maintaining devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation
of your family.
● Honoring the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to
submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation.
● Being actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its
ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation;
to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you.
● Praying for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them, and
as opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume
to hos@williamsburgchristian.org, along with a completed Employment Application (click to download)

Current Open Athletic Positions  Lacrosse Program Lead/Head Coach

Current Open Athletic Positions 

 

Open athletic coaching positions can be accessed by clicking the tabs in this table. 

NOTE: Williamsburg Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, gender, age, or military service in the hiring of any staff including administrative, teaching, professional, or support staff. Please complete the employment application provided below. For faculty positions, please help us by providing the following items (Click to download each form):

  • Non-Teacher Application
  • Resume

Lacrosse Program Lead/Head Coach

Position Title: Founding Lacrosse Program Coaches (grades 3-12)
Reports to: Athletic Director
Collaborates with: Head of School; Enrollment Manager
Classification: Non-Exempt; Hourly; 11 Months
Date Prepared/Revised: Oct 6, 2021
Prospective Start Date: July 1, 2022


Overview


Williamsburg Christian Academy’s Founding Coaches will work to build the ministry’s day and boarding enrollment at each division level by attracting gifted students and talented athletes through the game of Lacrosse within the context of Christ-centered fellowship and worship. The Lower School LAX founding coach will build and operate a competitive Junior Eagles intramural program at the elementary school level. The Girls LAX founding coach will build and promote the growth of an elite Upper School program for young ladies that is recognized regionally and nationally and ultimately prepares girls for Women’s Lacrosse at the most prestigious college programs. The Boys LAX founding Coach will build and
promote a regionally and nationally recognized Boys Lacrosse program in the Upper School that prepares young men for success at the collegiate level.


Primary Responsibilities:


• Incorporate teachings of Christ and imbue scriptural foundation into young people through the game of lacrosse
• Grow day student interest in Lacrosse participation through development of Junior Eagles competitive intramural teams and summer LAX camps
• Collaborate with Admissions office to attract girls boarding Upper School students through LAX
• Collaborate with Admissions office to grow boys Upper School boarding students through LAX
• Collaborate with Head of School and Enrollment Manager to prepare targeted messaging for national and international recruitment of LAX student-athletes
• Collaborate with Athletic Director to develop all Junior Eagles and Upper School LAX schedules
• Collaborate with Head of School and Head of Administration to develop a comprehensive LAX budget
• Develop Upper School girls and boys interscholastic LAX schedule
• Travel as necessary with Admissions Office and Head of School to build LAX program exposure
• Develop strong relationships with Women’s and Men’s LAX college coaches throughout the United States
• Collaborate with ministry leadership to fundraise for LAX supplies and equipment
• Model a Christ-Centered walk for young people


Physical Requirements


• Lift sports equipment for storage and use (approx. 25-50 pounds).
• Walk/stand several times each day for 30-90 minutes to coach or supervise practice.
• Walk/stand within a field setting, bending, and stooping periodically to assist players.
• Manipulate hands and fingers with dexterity to operate a computer keyboard.
• Distinguish tone of voice to interpret the difference between a joyful student and a distressedone.
• See details of objects and analyze the activities of players more than a few feet away.


Other General Responsibilities


• Continuing submission to the Lordship of Christ in every area of life, the acquisition of and obedience to scriptural knowledge, continual growth toward maturity in Christ, and consistency of Christian behavior.
• Maintaining devotions in your home, to educate in Christian doctrine, and to pray for the salvation of your family.
• Honoring the members of the Governing Board, esteem and love them; to pray for them regularly; to submit to them in the exercise of their duties; and to manifest a tender regard for their reputation.
• Being actively involved in the life of the school; to be loyal to its programs; to pray regularly for its ministry, leadership, staff, parents, and children; to manifest a tender regard for their reputation; to contribute to its support with time and finances as God prospers you.
• Praying for those outside the body of Christ, to honor obligations and commitments to them, and as opportunity and ability enable, to commend the Gospel of Christ to them.

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining why you are a match for this position and a resume to hos@williamsburgchristian.org, along with a completed Employment Application.

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