POSITIONS AVAILABLE:


  
Staff Accountant
Charleston Collegiate School is looking for a qualified candidate to fill a Staff Accountant position. This is a full-time position with health, dental, vision, and retirement benefits.

The candidate must possess a Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business with a minimum of three to five years of accounting experience. Salary will commensurate with experience. Applications can be found below this job posting.

Please email the completed application & resume to Head of School, Dr. Bob Veto at bveto@charlestoncollegiate.org.

Key Information:
Job Type: Full-time 
Start date: January/February 2021


Director of Finance and Operations
The DFO is a full-time position, having one full-time assistant. 
Responsibilities include payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, facilities management, human resources, leases, and vendor contracts.  The DFO will oversee all aspects of the school’s finances and operations, working closely with the Head of School and with the Finance Chair of the Board of Trustees.  This person will also need to work cooperatively with the administrative team at the school.

Candidates should have experience and interest in both finance and operations as well as demonstrated leadership and management skills.
 
Please email the completed application & resume to Head of School – Dr. Bob Veto at bveto@charlestoncollegiate.org

Key Information:
Job Type: Full-time 
Start date: January/February 2021


Lower School Principal, PreK - 4
Charleston Collegiate School is conducting its search for a new Lower School Principal to lead all aspects of the Lower School division which serves children PreK through fourth grade. 
 
The Lower School Principal reports directly to the Head of School, advises the Head of School on matters pertaining to the division, and is responsible for upholding the school’s mission, values, and policies.  The Principal is responsible for managing the daily operations of the academic program in grade levels PreK-4. Duties include: observing, supervising, and evaluating faculty; monitoring student progress; overseeing the academic program, curriculum, and records; ensuring alignment between the vision and practice. He or she will work closely with the Head of School, Middle/Upper School Principal, Admissions Coordinator, Director of Development, and other members of the administrative team.
 
The ideal candidate will have experience and a demonstrated record of success as an early childhood educator and administrator.  The school is looking for someone with both a love of children and the ability to work smoothly as a member of an administrative team.
 
Please email the completed application & resume to Head of School – Dr. Bob Veto at bveto@charlestoncollegiate.org

Key Information:
Job Type: Full-time 
Start date: January/February 2021



Substitute Teachers:
We are always looking to add substitute teachers to our Sub List! If you are interested in substitute teaching opportunities, please email your teaching philosophy, a sample lesson plan, a completed application, and resume to hr@charlestoncollegiate.org

  
About Charleston Collegiate School:
Charleston Collegiate School is an independent day school that strives to recognize, nurture, and challenge each of its students. Organized as a Lower School (PS-4), Middle School (5-8), and Upper School (9-12), CCS is the only co-educational, non-sectarian, preschool through 12th grade, an independent school in Charleston’s metropolitan area.

Charleston Collegiate School offers a thirty-acre campus of vast playing fields and wooded trails and is located only twenty minutes from Charleston’s historic district on one side and Kiawah Island on the other.

CCS has a challenging, yet supportive, learning community that coaches students to become lifelong learners. A CCS education uses the pillars of project-based learning, financial literacy, artistic expression, and leadership/ outdoor education to teach a high-quality education to a diverse student body.

Charleston Collegiate School's curriculum is based on our Four Pillars of Education: Project-based Learning, Creativity and the Arts, Leadership through Outdoor Education, and Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship. Our teachers use these pillars to provide a high-quality education to a diverse student body.

Our teachers are creative, energetic, highly-skilled, and passionate about collaborative learning. They employ a hands-on, "teacher as coach" methodology and are able to connect educational lessons to life experiences. Our teachers have a proven track record of success with diverse learners, and their teaching methods incorporate problem-solving in the classroom and innovatively use technology in the students' learning experiences.
2024 Academy Drive
Johns Island, SC 29455

Phone: 843-559-5506

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