About Atlanta International School

Atlanta International School (AIS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is actively committed to employing a diverse workforce.

AIS practices a full non-discriminatory policy in all school-administered programs and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or gender preference in all of its admissions, educational and employment policies, programs, and practices. AIS follows the CIS Code of Ethics for our employement practices. The purpose of the CIS Code of Ethics is to describe the moral principles upon which CIS members are expected to base their conduct and professional practice. 
All CIS members are expected to:
  • Fulfill the promises stated in their guiding statements, policies, contracts and promotional materials.
  • Strive for excellence.
  • Nurture a culture of care in which the education, safety and well-being of students and others are paramount.
  • Comply with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Respect the dignity and equality of all individuals, groups and cultures.
  • Promote global citizenship.

Current Openings

Senior Administration

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  • Athletics Director

    Summary
     
    The Athletics Director is responsible for planning, implementing and overseeing the Atlanta International School primary and secondary school athletics programs. 
     
    Reports to: Head of Secondary School
    Department: Athletics Department
    Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
     
    Guiding Principles
    • Supports and advances the mission and vision of the school.
    • Supports student learning and achievement through cooperative effort and best practices.
    • Supports and promotes the goals of the IB program.
    • Supports and advances international education.
     Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    • Plan, organize and oversee a comprehensive whole school athletics program; ensure program objectives are aligned with the school’s mission and core values.
    • Lead the development, implementation and periodic review of the athletics department strategic plan.
    • Lead and evaluate the Assistant Athletic Director, Athletics Administrative Assistant, Athletics Trainer and Athletics Interns.
    • Coordinate and oversee the recruitment, selection, supervision, evaluation and development of coaches and trainers.
    • Liaise with the Heads of Division to ensure student compliance and to help uphold high academic and behavior standards.
    • Negotiate team schedules with sports league officials; attend league meetings as required or as appropriate.
    • Oversee the establishment of sports and program policies and procedures; monitor and adjust as necessary to ensure overall effectiveness.
    • Work in conjunction with the Director of Operations to ensure proper maintenance and repairs of facilities.
    • Liaise with the Director of Operations regarding rental of facilities.
    • Work in conjunction with the Senior Manager of Health Services to ensure that health and safety measures and policies are in place and adhered to in order to ensure safety of the students athletes.
    • Work in conjunction with AIS security to ensure the security and safety of students, players and visitors.
    • Serve as liaison to parent booster organization; assist with fund-raising as required or necessary.
    • Work with the Head of Operations and Finance to plan an effective annual athletics budget.
    • Oversee the preparation of communication, publicity and information materials that enhance participation and accurately inform participants, parents, spectators and the public.
    • Preparation of facilities for all home contests and to arrange transportation for all away contests.
    • Ensure that all events related to athletics are conducted to a high standard and in alignment with the guiding principles of AIS.
    • Represent AIS at all GHSA, MAAC (and other) meetings.
     Skills and Requirements
    • Bachelor’s degree in Athletics Administration and/or Leadership.
    • Masters degree in Athletics Administration and/or Leadership preferred.
    • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills
    • Diplomatic, tactful, sensitive to the opinions and needs of others
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
    • Excellent organizational skills
    • Demonstrated leadership skills.
    • Skilled in conflict resolution and mediation.
    • Sense of humor.
    • A minimum of five years coaching experience in an independent school environment.
    • Valid First Aid certification from the American Red Cross, including CPR training.
    To Apply

    Submit letter of interest and resume to employment@aischool.org. Please include the position title (Athletics Director) in the subject line. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
  • Director of Human Resources

    Summary
    The Director of Human Resources plays a critical role in helping Atlanta International School (AIS) create and maintain a workplace that is positive, transparent, and inclusive. The role will guide the rebranding and rebuilding of the human resource function in ways that allow greater focus on the talent management life cycle- from candidate recruitment, employee development through to employee exit. In addition, the Director of Human Resources will support AIS in the creation of the systems and processes needed to effectively manage talent and lead teams. The Director of Human Resources oversees compensation and benefits, policy creation and implementation, employee communications and relations and serves as a collaborative business partner with all departments. The Director of Human Resources will provide guidance to ensure AIS is in compliance with all relevant Federal and State employment laws in the protection of both AIS and its employees.
     
    Reports to: Head of Finance & Operations
    Department: Human Resources (HR)
    Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
    Salary & Benefits: Competitive and commensurate with the qualifications, skills and experience of the successful candidate
     
    Guiding Principles
    • Supports and represents the mission, core values and strategic aspirations of AIS in every employee interaction
    • Supports organizational strategies and activities for the development of people, skills and culture
    • Supports the school and our faculty and staff across human resources
    • Supports employee communications and relations
    In the Area of Talent Development & Management
    • Sets vision, goals, and strategy for talent management including recruitment, orientation, on-boarding, retention and department/AIS-wide re-organizations in alignment with the school’s strategic priorities and ongoing business needs.
    • Provides comprehensive support to hiring managers, including talent recruitment and hiring.
    • Facilitates visa and work permitting process, from initial application, ongoing visa and work permitting maintenance, and renewal for all eligible employees, in partnership with the Heads of School and the school’s immigration attorneys.
    In the Area of Performance Management
    • Provides guidance on incentive programs and leads all performance management initiatives including annual reviews.
    • Leads the design, development and implementation of AIS-wide training and initiatives related to legal requirements and professional conduct.
    In the Area of Policy Creation and Implementation
    • Provides HR related guidance, direction and oversight to the school. Oversees and guides decisions regarding processes and policies, ensuring consistency, equity and clear communication.
    • Develops, recommends and implements HR policies and procedures to support strategic and business goals.
    In the Area of Compensation and Benefits
    • Leads compensation strategy, including annual updates, benchmarking against salary surveys, merit pool and market place adjustments.
    • Ensures immediate and accurate access to employee information through the management of payroll systems.
    • Manages and processes (in times of need) employee payroll.
    • Manages and facilitates FMLA benefits in accordance with applicable laws.
    • Leads benefits strategy (medical, 403B plan, disability, etc.) contract negotiations, benefits administration, annual audits and open enrollment process. May serve as a trustee, plan administrator and fiduciary for benefit programs.
    In the Area of Employee Relations
    • Handles highly confidential and sensitive information appropriately and ensures communication of critical employee issues with appropriate managers.
    • Supports resolving interpersonal conflicts between or among faculty and staff and advises them on potential next steps.
    • Leads an annual employee handbook review process and updates or refines the employee handbook as necessary.
    • Leads and facilitates the Human Resource Advisory Council (HRAC).
    In the Area of Risk Management
    • Provides HR expertise and consultation to ensure compliance with applicable labor and employment practices.
    • Serves as leadership liaison for all brokers, vendors, auditors and third-party administrators.
    • Regularly conducts internal audits (classifications, employee files, etc.) to ensure controls are in place and compliant with all applicable federal, state and local laws.
    Skills and Requirements
    Demonstrates proven expertise and a track record of success as a team leader with expert abilities to lead, inspire, and motivate teams:
    • Developing and communicating the vision for Human Resources at AIS, establishing strategic priorities and operational plans in a collaborative and transparent manner.
    • Leveraging diverse views through appropriate, professional channels (e.g. HRAC), to encourage improvement and innovation.
    • Communicating with presence and influence in both formal and informal settings, preparing and presenting persuasive written and verbal materials to senior-level leadership.
    • Ability to quickly establish credibility with management and senior management as an effective resource and problem solver; ability to work well in a team environment and in partnership with leadership.
    • History of operating with high ethical standards, integrity, discretion and confidentiality.
    • Considerable ability to exercise judgment and make independent analyses and recommendations on difficult and sensitive employee relations matters. Extensive experience in conducting fact-finding internal investigations.
    • Effective organization, team orientation and leadership skills, with the demonstrated ability to initiate, develop and maintain productive relationships at all levels of the organization and to plan, organize, coordinate and direct the activities of the HR Department.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including strong negotiation and dispute resolution skills.
    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience. Master’s degree preferred.
    • 10+ years of Employee Relations or HR leadership experience supporting a diverse employee population.
    Application
    Please send your statement of philosophy and/ or your vision for Human Resources, an up to date resume and cover letter to employment@aischool.org using “Director of Human Resources” as the subject line. Applications will be acknowledged by email – no telephone calls please.
     
    Deadline for applications: Thursday, May 16th.
     
    Long-listed candidates will be invited to participate in a Virtual Video interview the week beginning Monday May 20th. Short-listed candidates will be interviewed on campus Tuesday, May 28 and Wednesday, May 29. The appointment will be made by the end of May, with the successful candidate expected to begin work as soon as possible thereafter.

School-Wide Faculty Openings (3K - Grade 12)

Early Learning Center and Primary School (3K - Grade 5) Faculty Openings

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  • ELC School Assistant - Spanish (Tentative)

    Applications are invited from dedicated and enthusiastic, professional educators for the position of 3K-4K ELC Spanish Assistant for the 2019-2020 school year.

    Atlanta International is an IBPYP school with a dual language program operating in the Early Learning Center. The school is a vibrant learning community and the nature of the program makes specific demands of our Faculty.
    The successful Teacher Candidate will have:
    • Training and experience in a Primary School setting.
    • A strong literacy background
    • Must be a native Spanish speaker.
    • An international perspective and/or international teaching experience
    • Bachelor’s degree or Equivalent.
    • An unwavering commitment to the students.
    • The ability to differentiate for differing ability levels and learning styles
    • An understanding of the principles of second language acquisition
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability, and desire, to work collaboratively with the school community including students, staff, and parents.
    IBPYP teaching experience is preferred, but good applicants with other curriculum experience are also welcome to apply. 

    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (ELC Spanish Assistant).
  • Primary School Paraprofessional Assistant - French/English

    Summary
    Applications are invited from dedicated and enthusiastic professional for the position of paraprofessional assistant in a Gr. 1 English/French classroom for the 2019-2020 school year. This role will work primarily with one student to support them so they can access the learning in all aspects of the school day.

    Atlanta International is an IB-PYP school with a dual language program operating in the Primary School. The school is a vibrant learning community and the nature of the program makes specific demands of our Faculty.

    The successful candidate will have:
    • Fluency in English and French
    • Training and/or experience in a Primary School setting
    • An international perspective and/or international experience
    • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
    • An unwavering commitment to the students
    • Background in Special Education a plus
    Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability, and desire, to work collaboratively with the school community including students, staff, and parents.  Willingness and ability to report directly to the child’s parent on a weekly basis.

    Some experience with learning support or speech therapy is preferred as is experience with the IBPYP curriculum, but good applicants with other relevant experience will also be given serious consideration.

    The position will be full time at the start of the year and may decrease during the course of the year, depending on student need. The successful candidate will be paid $15 per hour.

    To Apply
    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (Primary School Para-Professional)
  • Primary School Substitutes (English, French, German, Spanish,Mandarin)

    Summary:
    AIS welcomes applications for Primary School substitute teachers for grades 3K-5 and is seeking applicants fluent in English, French, German, Mandarin or Spanish.  AIS prefers experienced, certified teachers but will consider other applicants who are fluent in the above languages.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume and cover letter as attachments to employment@aischool.org; please specify 'Primary Substitute' as your subject heading. We will contact those whose skills and experience best match our needs, no telephone inquiries, please.
  • Primary School Teaching Assistant (English) - tentative

    Applications are invited from dedicated and enthusiastic, professional educators for the position of Primary Teaching Assistant (English) for the 2019-2020 school year. Atlanta International School delivers the International Baccalaureate-PYP curriculum through a dual language immersion program in the Primary School.

    The teaching assistant works under the direction of a lead teacher to meet the needs of the students. Duties include working with small groups, helping with classroom management, taking over the class if the teacher is out of the room, preparing materials and supervision duties (recess, lunch, etc…) among other things. In general, teachers will prepare a plan and ask the assistant to carry it out, but assistants can also be proactive in planning small group activities to meet goals defined by the teacher.

    The school is a vibrant learning community and the nature of the program makes specific demands of our Faculty. The successful Teaching Assistant Candidate will have:
    • Training and experience in a Primary School setting.
    • A strong literacy background.
    • Must be a native English speaker.
    • An international perspective and/or international teaching experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree or Equivalent.
    • An unwavering commitment to the students.
    • The ability to differentiate for differing ability levels and learning styles.
    • An understanding of the principles of second language acquisition.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability, and desire, to work collaboratively with lead teachers as well as with the greater school community including students, staff, and parents
    IBPYP teaching experience is preferred, but good applicants with other curriculum experience are also welcome to apply.

    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line: Primary School Teaching Assistant (English).
  • Support Language Tutors- German, French, Spanish, ESOL/ESL

    Requirements: Native speaker of one of the languages listed above, experience working with children, background in teaching or language acquisition desirable. Must be flexible, engaging, open-minded and comfortable leading an active group of students in an inquiry-based environment. The school will provide curriculum guidelines with the expectation that tutors will set individual learning goals for students based on teacher recommendations.

    French, German, and ESOL/ESL classes will be composed of a mix of grade levels (5K & Gr. 1, Gr. 2 & 3, or Gr. 4 & 5). Spanish classes will be composed of a single grade level. Most students will be at an intermediate competency level. Class groups are small (maximum 8). Students are enrolled during the day in a dual language program where they are learning in the target language 50% of the time, but these particular students need extra support to succeed in that environment.

    Goals of the program are:
    • Identify specific areas of need for each child (with input from the class teacher).
    • Provide opportunities for the use of oral language skills through games; role plays etc.
    • Use and develop student reading and writing skills in an engaging context.
    • Complete any assigned target language homework from class teacher.
    • Practice reading appropriately challenging books.

    Tactical Details:
    • Tutors can teach one or two groups. If one group it is either M/W or T/Th 3:00-4:30.
    • Plan on one additional hour per week (to be scheduled) for coordination with class teacher/language coordinator.
    • One group = 4 hours per week, Two groups = 7 hours per week. 
    • $50 per hour/ annually $10,080 (if two groups) paid on a semi-monthly basis. 
    • Sign a contract for the semester (August 14-December 17 and January 5-May 31).

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume and cover letter as attachments to employment@aischool.org, using 'French Language Support Tutor' (or German or Spanish) as the subject heading. We will contact those whose skills and experience best match our needs. Given the number of applications expected, no telephone inquiries, please.
  • Upper Primary School English Teacher (.8 FTE)

    Applications are invited from dedicated and enthusiastic, professional educators for the position of Primary School teacher, English track in Upper Primary School for the 2019-2020 school year. 

    Atlanta International is an IBPYP school with a dual language program operating in the Primary School. The school is a vibrant learning community and the nature of the program makes specific demands of our Faculty.
    The successful Teacher Candidate will have:
    • Training and experience in a Primary School setting.
    • A strong literacy background.
    • Must be a native English speaker.
    • An international perspective and/or international teaching experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree or Equivalent.
    • An unwavering commitment to the students.
    • The ability to differentiate for differing ability levels and learning styles.
    • An understanding of the principles of second language acquisition.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability, and desire, to work collaboratively with the school community including students, staff, and parents.
    IBPYP teaching experience is preferred, but good applicants with other curriculum experience are also welcome to apply. 

    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (Primary School English teacher).

Secondary School (Grades 6 - 12) Faculty Openings

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  • Secondary School Theatre Teacher (Contractual August - December, 2019)

    Summary
    AIS welcomes applications from dedicated and enthusiastic professionals for a full time Secondary School Theatre Teacher position from August to December, 2019. This is a full-time position team teaching IB MYP Theatre 6-10th Grade.
     
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Degree in related field
    • 5 years of relevant teaching experience
    • Experience of MYP and/or DP Theatre preferred
    Additional Skills and Requirements:
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability and desire to work collaboratively with secondary school teachers, students, parents, and staff
    • A desire to team teach with other theatre teachers
    • Experience in Theatre Production, preferably Set Design & Construction
    • A commitment to student-centered inquiry-based learning
    • A growth-mindset looking to continually improve
    To Apply:

    To apply please send a letter of interest, resume, and a small portfolio of work including unit/lesson plans and production shots as attachments via email by June 7th, 2019 to the following email address: employment@aischool.org; please type "SS Theatre Teacher" into your subject line.

Staff

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  • Audio/Visual Coordinator

    Summary

    The Audio/Visual (AV) Coordinator is a full-time non-exempt position whose role is to support the Operations staff. The AV Coordinator reports to the Director of IT Operations. The AV Coordinator will have a strong focus on operating, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing AV equipment on all systems. Individuals are expected to demonstrate technical expertise in all areas of AV in order to successfully complete daily/weekly work assignments. The AV Coordinator is expected to work at all school functions requiring AV assistance.

    Reports to: Director of IT Operations
    Department: IT

    Guiding Principles
    • Supports and advances the mission, vision, and strategic plan of the school.
    • Supports student learning and achievement through collaborative effort and best practices.
    • Supports and promotes the K-12 curriculum based upon the IB goals and mission.
    • Supports and advances international education.
    • Supports and advances AIS Community Principles.
    • Supports and demonstrates social and ethical responsibility, including privacy, confidentiality, and the need to follow all relevant federal, state and local laws and guidelines.
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    • Coordinate with the Associate Director of Operations the AV equipment needs for all school functions and other events on campus
    • Operate A/V equipment during school events requiring AV assistance
    • Training community members and our student tech club on AV systems
    • Manage all A/V equipment in classrooms and major shared spaces (i.e. Auditorium)
    • Organize A/V projects, including scheduling, implementation, and budgeting
    • Assist Senior Leadership Team with creating presentations
    • Inventorying equipment and creating plans for future use
    • Create A/V budget recommendations to leadership
    • Hire and coordinate with outside consultants to operate, maintain, repair, and order equipment
    • Other duties as needed
    Skills and Requirements
    • Experience with Crestron systems
    • Experience with Yamaha LS9 &  Soundcraft SiPerformer3 sound consoles & sound equipment
    • Experience with ETC Ion Light consoles & stage lighting equipment
    • Experience with Google Apps and Microsoft Office
    • Customer Service background preferred
    • Interactive flat panel experience preferred
    To Apply

    Please send resume and cover letter to employment@aischool.org. Please also include the job title (Audio/Visual Coordinator) in the subject line. 
     
  • Financial Aid and Enrollment Insights Manager

    Summary: 

    We are seeking qualified applicants for the position of Financial Aid & Enrollment Insights Manager. This position is responsible for the overall management of the financial aid process and for the analysis and reporting of financial aId and admissions data. The responsibilities of the Financial Aid & Enrollment Insights Manager at AIS includes providing superior customer service to potential and current families, managing the maintenance of accurate financial aid files and databases, analysing financial aid data to develop trend analysis and 5-year projections, hiring and overseeing the temporary CPAs who process the financial aid paperwork, and working with both full-time and temporary staff to ensure accuracy and completion of financial aid applications.
     
    Directly Reports to: Head of Admissions, Marketing and Financial Aid
     
    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

    The Financial Aid & Enrollment Insights Manager is responsible for the following tasks, including, but not limited to:
    • Developing and managing meetings and communication schedule with future and current financial aid families about financial aid matters
    • Building strong positive relationships with financial aid families
    • Ensuring the team delivers accurate and timely responses to families regarding the application process, types of aid, and awards
    • Oversee file audits to ensure all documents are present
    • Overseeing verification of all SSS files in preparation for awarding
    • Identifying families not meeting deadlines, coordinating / managing responses to appeals or change in financial situations.
    • Managing communication with current financial aid families and notifying of deadlines and changes of requirements for financial aid documents
    • Represent Financial Aid during Orientation, Admission Events and Fairs
    • Development of trend analysis of enrollment across the school taking into consideration factors driving historical data and future changes
    • Prepare reports, spreadsheets and analysis for Senior Leadership Team and Financial Aid Committee of the Board
    • Other duties assigned
    Essential Knowledge & Skills:
    • Prior professional experience working in financial aid or tax preparation
    • Advanced skills in Excel
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Ability to analyze data for predictive reporting
    • Warm and approachable with excellent customer service skills
    • The ability to really listen and empathize with families
    • Able to handle multiple tasks in fast paced environment
    • Ability to work with accuracy under tight deadlines
    • Detail Oriented
    • Organized
    • Solid written and verbal communication skills
    • Bilingual and SSS software experience a plus
    To Apply:

    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (Financial Aid and Enrollment Insights Manager).
  • Kaleidoscope Office Assistant

    This is a part-time position. The Kaleidoscope Office Assistant is the first point of contact with parents and other visitors during after school hours from 2pm-6:30pm daily. The Office Assistant greets parents and visitors, signs students in and out of the database and is responsible for maintaining a neat, organized, and efficient office. Additionally, this person will assist the Kaleidoscope Coordinator by working closely with the after school counselors to ensure that the program is operating in the most efficient manner. The Kaleidoscope Office assistant is a highly motivated person who will advocate for the program and who believes in our mission to encourage children to enjoy relaxing and play-based learning and to become self-aware, motivated and confident.
     
    Reports to: Kaleidoscope Coordinator
     
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Buzzing in parents and approved pick-ups, checking parent badges and IDs, signing in visitors. Greeting everyone with outstanding customer service.
    • Answering phones and handling some email correspondence related to the Primary School
    • Maintaining student attendance records through electronic database and paper files
    • Performing clerical duties, including typing lesson plans and supply list
    • Assisting and monitoring students when referred to the office for health needs or behavior issues
    • Leading the implementation of all school health and safety protocols at the Primary School during after school hours
    • Assisting in the coordination of Half Day Full Day, Holiday and Summer Camps
    • Support other staff members to design and implement weekly and monthly schedules and lesson plans
    • Assisting the Kaleidoscope Coordinator with Enrichment as needed
    • Other duties as assigned by the Kaleidoscope Coordinator
    Skills and Requirements:
    • High School Diploma
    • Excellent customer service- courteous, approachable, friendly
    • Organized, flexible, passionate and dependable
    • Confidently work in a highly diverse population with a variety of personalities and cultural backgrounds
    • Able to effectively handle challenging situations with students, parents and faculty
    • Self-motivated to work independently while being group-minded
    • Exceptional organizational, oral and written communication skills
    • 1+ Year of administrative experience; prior experience working with children ages 5-10 preferred
    • Comfort with basic Microsoft Office applications (especially Excel)
    • Consistent, punctual attendance and professional appearance
    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (Kaleidoscope Office Assistant).
  • Middle School Girls Volleyball Coach (A, B or C Teams)

    We are looking for a coach for our successful Middle School Girls Volleyball team.
     
    Coaches are required to be available in the evenings Monday-Friday and potentially on weekends.  All inquiries should be currently certified in CPR, AED & First Aid. Candidates must also have a volleyball background and have experience teaching and correcting volleyball players technique. Appropriate coaching certificates are not required but preferred. 
     
    Please note that this is a seasonal position and carries a stipend. Please submit your completed application along with any certifications you hold to employment@aischool.org.
     
    Please click HERE  for a full job description.
  • Middle School Golf Head Coach

    We are looking for a Head Coach for our successful Middle School Golf Team. 
     
    Coaches are required to be available in the evenings Monday-Friday and potentially on weekends. All inquiries should be currently certified in CPR, AED & First Aid. Candidates must also have a golf background and have experience teaching and correcting golf players technique. Appropriate coaching certificates are not required but preferred. 
     
    Please note that this is a seasonal position and carries a stipend. Please submit your resume and cover letter, along with any certifications you hold to employment@aischool.org.
     
    Click here  for a full job description.
  • Middle School Soccer Girls Head Coach (A, B or C Teams)

    We are looking for a Head Coach for our successful Middle School Girls Soccer team.
     
    Coaches are required to be available in the evenings Monday-Friday and potentially on weekends.  All inquiries should be currently certified in CPR, AED & First Aid. Candidates must also have a volleyball background and have experience teaching and correcting soccer players technique. Appropriate coaching certificates are not required but preferred. 
     
    Please note that this is a seasonal position and carries a stipend. Please submit your completed application along with any certifications you hold to employment@aischool.org.
     
    Please click HERE  for a full job description.
  • Operations Engineer

    Summary


    The Operations Engineer is a full-time non-exempt position whose role is to support the Operations staff. The Operations Engineer reports to the Director of Operations (DOO.) The Operations Engineer will have a strong focus on operating, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing facility equipment on all systems. Individuals are expected to demonstrate technical expertise in one craft area (Electrical, HVAC, Piping/Plumbing, & Central Utility Plant Operations) and be multi-skilled in others in order to successfully complete daily/weekly work assignments.

    Guiding Principles
    • Supports and advances the Mission and Values of AIS at all times inside and outside of the organization.
    • Supports student learning and achievement through cooperative effort and best practices.
    • Supports and promotes the K-12 curriculum based upon the IB goals and mission.
    • Supports and advances international education.
    • Supports and advances all policies of AIS, especially the Open Communication and Community Principles.
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    • Safely operate the facility in accordance with all applicable government and regulatory requirements.
    • Demonstrate safe behaviors.
    • Identify and assess safety hazards and risks.
    • Schedule required mechanical equipment and life safety equipment inspections.
    • Follow and enforce safety rules. Participate in the investigation of incidents.
    • Perform maintenance, monitoring repairs to the Mechanical, Plumbing, Structural, Furniture, Fire, Life Safety, and Control systems to keep the facility and building systems up to applicable standards as assigned.
    • Maintenance of the equipment will include cleaning, inspecting, and changing parts to maintain the HVAC systems and associated equipment at optimum performance levels.
    • Programming of Energy Management System.
    • Installation and repair of locksets and related issues.
    • Record readings and make adjustments where necessary to ensure proper operation of equipment.
    • Comply with departmental policy for the safe storage, usage, and disposal of hazardous materials; maintain a clean and safe workplace.
    • Willing to work flexible hours to include but not limited to rotating On-call and Weekend Duty, carrying a mobile telephone respond to calls from the security monitoring firm. Be available for overtime work as required.
    • Monitor the quality and pricing of maintenance work performed by outside contractors.
    • Review monthly service request summaries to pinpoint and correct recurrent operational problems.
    • Respond to customer requirements in a timely and professional manner.
    • Assist with emergency situations such as fire alarms, chemical spills, hazardous conditions, and take appropriate actions.
     
    Skills and Requirements
    • Ability to plan, manage and follow through on assignments and communicate at all levels of the organization in a timely and professional manner.
    • Ability to work effectively in a multicultural environment.
    • Take decisive action when appropriate and necessary to ensure the safety of the AIS community.  Convey a sense of urgency when appropriate and persists in the face of obstacles. Get results and adds value to the AIS community.
    • Excellent verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team with minimal supervision.
    • Position requires frequent climbing, bending, kneeling, lifting, stooping, working/extending overhead positions for long periods of time.
    • Fluency in a second language in addition to English preferred.
    • High school diploma or state equivalent required, minimum of two years of related trade schooling or two years of college.
    • Minimum four years of experience in electrician trade or related field or minimum four years of experience in HVAC/refrigeration trade or related field or minimum
    • Working knowledge of computer applications including Word and Excel Ability to perform all work using the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) and in strict accordance with all applicable safety policies, procedures and practices required.
    • Ability to walk a large, campus-like setting, climb stairs and navigate rooftops to access equipment required.
    • Must have the ability to lift a minimum of 80 lbs., use ladders up to 30 ft., work from heights, climb a ladder with a 300lbs weight limit while carrying an 80 lb load.
     
    To Apply 

    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (Operations Engineer)
  • Professional Development Administrator

    Position Summary

    The Professional Development Administrator role is critical to the facilitation of on campus and off-campus AIS faculty professional learning experiences. The Professional Development Administrator manages and tracks all budget expenditures, including but not limited to supplies, training materials, and faculty professional development; is responsible for coordinating and managing logistics of on-campus professional development events and managing professional development grant programs. The Professional Development Administrator works with the Education Council, 3K-12 faculty and instructional leaders to ensure that resources are used effectively and that faculty engage in meaningful professional development opportunities throughout the year.

    Directly Reports to: Head of Equity & Inclusion
    Time Commitment: Part-Time (.5 FTE). 10-month position paid on administrative scale

    Guiding Principles:
    • Supports and advances the mission, vision and strategic plan of the school
    • Supports and promotes the goals of the IB program and international education
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    State Funding Program Administration
    • Assist with Title II and Title IV program administration, including but not limited to attending state information and reporting meetings, submitting applications and verifications, maintaining up to date files of all required forms and procedures for professional learning events for the purpose of state reporting, providing input and support in submitting initial, interim, and final Title II and Title IV reports.
    Budget Management
    • Monitor and maintain professional development budgets and expenditures for both school and grant funds
    • Prepare periodic reports for the Education Council
    Program Management
    • Create and maintain a professional development database, including registration, attendance and confirmations and prepare periodic reports.
    • Manage professional development faculty request and approval processes
    • Communicate professional development approval decisions
    • Prepare periodic reports for the Education Council
    • Coordinate travel arrangements for faculty professional development opportunities
    • Create and execute logistics plan for onsite PD events
    • Prepare for and support faculty professional development committee meeting
    Other
    • Assist with special events and projects
    • Perform other duties as assigned
    Skills and Requirements
    • Excellent administrative practices and procedures with exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to organize, manage multiple priorities, and meet deadlines
    • Ability to independently problem-solve and make decisions in a fast-paced environment
    • Proficiency in spreadsheets and word processing
    To Apply

    Please send resume and letter of interest via email to employment@aischool.org; please type the job title into your subject line (PD Administrator).
     
  • Special Events Manager

    Position Summary:

    The Special Events Manager is responsible for supporting all development initiatives with a special focus on events and fundraising projects that support Atlanta International School’s annual giving priorities. The Manager will coordinate, implement and execute all facets of Spring Benefit (500-person gala with live and silent auction), and other cultivation events (including Back to School picnic, new parent dinners, Grandparents Day and Leadership giving events.)

    As an ambassador for AIS, the Special Events Manager is a vital member of the Development Office and will work closely with the Development as well as cultivate and steward relationships with students, current parents, alumni, parents of alumni and other benefactors. The Manager will foster these relationships through personal communication, timely outreach, and excellent volunteer coordination.

    Department: Development
    Reports to: Head of Development
    Employee Type: Full-Time, Non-Exempt Staff
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Work with Head of Development to appropriately set event goals and budgets for each fiscal year
    • Work with Development staff to plan large and small cultivation gatherings, meetings and receptions for both capital and annual campaigns (Back to School Picnic, Grandparents Day, New Parent Dinners, 1984 Club Party and Leadership Dinner, Reunions, etc.)
    • Manage and maintain the Development calendar of events, providing checklists and timelines per event
    • Track and monitor event registrations, attendance, feedback, and follow-up; input into database
    • Manage event budgets, tracking receipts, check requests and invoices as well as establish and maintain vendor relationships for all events
    • Coordinate with the Marketing and Communications Office for all event collateral and marketing needs (invitations, graphic designs, social media and website content)
    • Maintain and build positive relationships with all parent volunteers and serve as the Development liaison to the (PO) Parents Association; attending all meeting to stay abreast of parent signature events
    • Work with lead volunteers to recruit additional volunteers as needed for events
    • Outline the logistics for the annual Spring Benefit in early fall to event closeout in late spring
    • Recruit and support Spring Benefit volunteer chairs and the committee in effectively planning and executing all aspects of the event to include:
      1. Solicitation of event sponsorship
      2. Solicitation of silent and live auction items
      3. Sales of event tickets
      4. Managing event marketing including a volunteer newsletter
      5. Executing a plan for décor and catering
      6. Leading all logistics in a confident and thoughtful manner on the day of the Spring Benefit
    • Assist with all other duties as assigned by the Head of Development
    Required Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • 5-7 years of event management experience with demonstrated and proven success of large scale event execution
    • Availability to work evenings and weekends
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Experience in an independent or international school
    • Experience managing volunteers and building relationships
    • Experience working with database systems similar to Raiser’s Edge/Blackbaud and a willingness to learn fundraising software
    • Familiarity with the International Baccalaureate Program
    Required Skills:
    • Ability to manage multiple projects
    • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
    • Demonstrably strong organizational and planning skills
    • Self-motivator with proven ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
    • Keen awareness of and appreciation for flexibility in dealing with colleagues and volunteers
    • Ability to work effectively with diverse constituents
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality when dealing with proprietary information and  sensitive situation
    • Sound judgment and strong interpersonal skills to effectively build relationships with prospects/donors and to manage and motivate volunteers
    To Apply:

    Send letter of interest and resume to employment@aischool.org. Please include the job title (Special Events Manager) in the subject line. 
  • System Administrator

    Summary

    The System Administrator is responsible for the support and maintenance of technology campus systems and infrastructure in support of teaching and learning and the day-to-day operational needs of the school. This individual reports directly to the Director of Operational IT.
     
    Reports to: Director of Operational IT
    Department: IT
     
    Guiding Principles
    • Supports and advances the mission, vision, and strategic plan of the school.
    • Supports student learning and achievement through collaborative effort and best practices.
    • Supports and promotes the K-12 curriculum based upon the IB goals and mission.
    • Supports and advances international education.
    • Supports and advances AIS Community Principles.
    • Supports and demonstrates social and ethical responsibility, including privacy, confidentiality, and the need to follow all relevant federal, state and local laws and guidelines.
     
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    -Configures and troubleshoots network and wireless infrastructure, Internet connectivity, and all other elements of the campus technology infrastructure
    -Maintains systems environment including:
    • Imaging and deployment of computers and mobile devices using JAMF
    • Maintaining servers, network and wireless equipment
    • Maintaining printing infrastructure
    -Manages projects and communicates status in a timely fashion
    -Manages documentation, processes and procedures.
    -Follows all school policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook
     
    Requirements
    • Minimum of 2 years of server/network infrastructure and network security support
    • Experience with supporting Windows Server 2008/2012/2016, Ubuntu Server 18, and Red Hat 7
    • Experience with Cisco networking, Meraki preferred
    • Experience troubleshooting and supporting wired infrastructure (copper and fiber)
    • Experience managing Active Directory
    • Experience with supporting Mac OS and Windows workstations
    Preferred Skills
    • Experience with Xirrus and Meraki wireless solutions
    • Experience supporting Google Applications for Education, Dropbox, and other cloud-based environments
    • Experience with JAMF device management
    • Experience with network-connected multi-function printers
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    To Apply
     
    Please send your resume and cover letter as attachments to employment@aischool.org, using 'Senior System Administrator' as the subject heading. We will contact those whose skills and experience best match our needs. Given the number of applications expected no telephone inquiries, please.
  • After School Program Teacher

    Summary:

    This is a part-time position. After School teachers/staff provide a safe, fun, educational environment for children during the critical time between school and parental pick-up. The primary focus in After School is to encourage children to enjoy relaxing and play-based learning and to become self-aware, motivated, and confident. This is accomplished by attentive staff committed to encouraging the child’s development by role modeling proper behavior, facilitating and encouraging student inquiry and using positive reinforcement. Assistant teachers are expected to willingly attend training sessions throughout the year. After school counselors are highly motivated leaders with a great team attitude.This opening is for After School care for both our Early Learning Center (3K/4K is a language immersion program where our students are taught in French, German or Spanish) and in the Primary School Grades 5K - 5.

    Reports to: Kaleidoscope Coordinator

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Arrive 30 minutes before children arrive, to ensure the site is ready, and activities are prepared.
    • Work with students and other staff members to design and implement weekly and monthly schedules and lesson plans.
    • Report all injuries, suspicious events, or behavior with appropriate paperwork turned into the Kaleidoscope Coordinator within 24 hours.
    • Be involved with children; play actively, show personal attention to individuals, be a positive role model.
    • Use only positive reinforcement and program approved corrective behavior techniques.
    • Attend at least 10 hours of training a year.
    • Maintain the facility by cleaning up after yourself and children, keeping cabinets clean and organized and notifying the director of items that need to be replaced or repaired.

    Skills and Requirements:

    • At least 18 years of age
    • Have a High School diploma
    • Be able to keep up with physical demands of active children
    • Organized, flexible, passionate & dependable
    • Able to work well with others on a team, and with variety of personalities
    • Leadership qualities self -motivated while being group minded
    • Prior experience working with children ages 3 -12
    To Apply:

    Please send your resume and cover letter as attachments to employment@aischool.org, using 'After School' as the subject heading. We will contact those whose skills and experience best match our needs. Given the number of applications expected no telephone inquiries, please.

Horizons Summer Program

Be Aware: Atlanta International School posts vacancies on our website at www.aischool.org and with the major international recruiting fairs each year. Several international schools have reported scams involving non-existent teaching jobs. Some international schools have recently had their web sites cloned, and candidates have been asked to send large amounts of money to fake employment agencies. All international candidates are urged to be diligent in investigating potential schools during the recruiting process and prior to signing a contract. Use extreme caution if you have been asked for money or private information.

Application Instructions

To apply, please submit the position's required documents to Human Resources.

By E-mail: employment@aischool.org (Please type the position title into the subject line of the e-mail)

By Fax:
404.841.3889

By Mail:

Human Resources
Atlanta International School
2890 North Fulton Drive
Atlanta, GA 30305
USA

Atlanta International School

A private, non-profit, international, IB World School for grades 3K-12,
featuring full and dual-immersion language programs.

2890 North Fulton Drive

Atlanta, Georgia 30305, USA
404.841.3840