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Careers at MCS

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  • Dean of Students

    Monte Cassino School seeks a Middle School Dean of Students to begin work in July 2024.

    The Middle School Dean of Students is responsible for, in collaboration with the Middle School Principal, the overall operations of Student Life in the Middle School. As a member of the MS Leadership Team, the MS Dean of Students works closely with the Middle School Principal and the Head of School, as well as with all faculty and staff, to ensure that the program and operations reflect the Values of a Benedictine education in best practices of pedagogy, technology, student wellness, and relationship building. The Middle School Dean of Students is committed to embracing the Benedictine Values in a professional, strategic, and caring demeanor.
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  • Director of Security

    Monte Cassino School is seeking a Director of Security to begin work in April 2024.

    The Director of Security at Monte Cassino School plays a pivotal role in ensuring a comprehensive and cohesive approach to security and safety within the school community. This position involves coordinating multifaceted security and school safety programs, policies, and procedures. The Director of Security.
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  • After School Teachers for 2023-2024 school year

    After School Teacher positions are available in Early Childhood Learning Center (3 year olds, 4 year olds, Kindergarten), Elementary School (1st-4th) & Middle School (5th-8th).  After School Teachers focus on interacting with and helping students be friendly and active. There is a balance of inside and outside time, weather permitting.  All are welcome – college students, retirees, part-time job seekers, men and women.
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Who is Monte Cassino?

Monte Cassino School is a Catholic Benedictine, independent, co-ed school, Grades PK3-8, with an Early Childhood Learning Center (PK3-K), Elementary School (grades 1-4), and Middle School (grades 5-8) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. With over 780 students, and rooted in the Values of Benedictine education, Monte Cassino School inspires its students to lead and serve, through lives of purpose that integrate faith, academics, community, and personal growth in pursuit of our school motto, “Every day at Monte Cassino School we do our best so that in all things God may be Glorified.”
Characteristics of Professional Excellence 
Monte Cassino School offers more than just a job, it's an opportunity to join a community of learners who appreciate challenges, are dedicated, and foster strong relationships with all members of our school community. We are in search of individuals who: 
  • Believe in the School’s Mission of a Catholic Benedictine education with a commitment to the Benedictine Core Values 
  • Appreciate, respect, and celebrate childhood-especially students between the ages of 3-15. 
  • Understand that the classroom is the epicenter of our value proposition. 
  • Model a love of learning that is palpable, with the willingness to collaborate with peers and continue to grow professionally. 
  • Demonstrate a dedication to teamwork and a willingness to pitch in across all areas of the School. 
  • Display a vision of leadership committed to proactive relationship-building with students, parents, and colleagues. 
  • Exercise two-way communication that includes thoughtful expression and active listening. 
  • Demonstrate flexibility of thought, adapt according to school needs, and embrace change to seek improvement. 
  • Possess a strong work ethic and demonstrate initiative independently and within a team context. 
  • Embrace the joys and challenges of working in a school, celebrating the wonderful moments and navigating the messy ones with empathy and resilience. 
Non-discrimination statement:
Monte Cassino School provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to their age, color, disability status, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sex, veteran status, or any other class protected by state or federal law. As a Catholic school in the Benedictine tradition, Monte Cassino reserves the right to use religion as a hiring criterion for selected positions, as permitted by law. Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.