Currently we are hiring for the following positions for the 2021-22 school year:
Department: Business Office
Reports to: Chief Business Officer
Job Summary: Working collaboratively with and reporting directly to the Chief Business Officer, the Staff Accountant is responsible for the day-to-day transactional accounting for Stuart Hall School. This position is responsible for processing a high volume of transactions coming from multiple areas of the organization. The position requires effective organizational and time-management skills, and a high degree of accuracy, attention to detail, critical thinking, and confidentiality while meeting time-sensitive deadlines. He/she will be an integral part of the Business Office team and will work closely with the Development Office and the Admissions Office.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Prepare daily bank deposits and record in Accounting System
- Process credit card and electronic payments
- Enter and post cash receipts, apply to open invoices
- Research bank deposit corrections and/or adjustments
- Answer accounts receivable phone inquiries and follow up in a timely manner
- Review and verify invoices and check requests
- Sort, code and match invoices
- Enter invoice data into the account system
- Track expenses and process regular expense reports
- Prepare and process electronic transfers and payments
- Prepare and perform check runs
- Post transactions to journals, ledgers and other records
- Reconcile accounts payable transactions
- Prepare analysis of accounts
- Monitor accounts to ensure payments are up to date
- Research and resolve invoice discrepancies and issues
- Maintain vendor files
- Correspond with vendors and respond to inquiries
- Maintain A/P files
- Prepare 1099s annually
- Work with the Admissions Office to insure the FACTS third-party accounts receivable balances reflect enrollment contracts and financial aid agreements.
- Work with families to coordinate payment solutions.
- Process and record in FACTS all payments received directly from families
- Generate journal entries to reflect the FACTS revenue and accounts receivable balances in the general ledger.
- Manage all aging accounts over 30 days and follow up with customers to collect on past due accounts.
- Records and deposits funds received by the Development Office
- Working with the Development Office, reconciles monthly between the Business Office and Development
- Records pledge payments as received and maintains Business Office records of pledge payments
- Produce monthly budget reports
- Disburse monthly statements and reconcile school credit cards
- Assist with month end closings
- Prepare journal entries
- Reconcile bank accounts
- Provide support documentation for audits
- Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in business or accounting
- Three years of accounting experience, preferably in a non-profit or school setting
- Experience with Blackbaud Financial Edge, Microsoft Office, and Google Suite
- Effective listening, verbal, and written communication skills
- Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and statement of teaching philosophy to the attention of Katie McConnel at email@example.com.
Reports to: Academic Dean
Job Summary: Stuart Hall School seeks Substitute Teachers for grades 5-12 who understand the demands of the classroom teacher and will work closely with the Academic Dean to assist with the execution of the School’s Mission and approach to educating children. Stuart Hall is an Episcopal boarding and day school in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia that provides a college preparatory education for area day students in grades 5-12 and boarding students from around the world in grades 8-12.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Substitute teachers are responsible for planning and carrying out every aspect of the daily schedule, provide instruction, encouraging student progress, and managing the learning environment in the absence of the teacher.
- Implement lesson plans prepared by the regular teacher in a manner that ensures the integrity of academic time and motivates students to learn and participate
- Follow procedures and achieve lesson goals
- Assign and explain tasks and homework to students in accordance with the lesson plans
- Oversee students outside of the classroom including in the hallways, dining hall and recess
- Address the various learning styles of students
- Maintain a safe and organized classroom and hallway
- Demonstrate professional practices in teaching
- Support the school’s mission and culture
- Adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Manual
- For long-term assignments, substitute teachers may be required to develop lesson plans; create, administer, and grade tests/assignments; participate in parent-teacher conferences; and attend school related functions. Activities may occur outside of normal school hours
- Maintain classroom control that fosters a safe, positive environment for all students
- Provide supervision of students and the classroom environment that ensures the health, welfare, and safety of all students
- Remain in classroom and monitor students during classroom time; supervise students in out-of-class settings (e.g., assemblies, dining room, recess)
- Take all reasonable precautions to protest equipment, materials, and school property
- Report student injuries, accidents, illnesses, and discipline problems to the Academic Dean or Dean of Students
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Collaborative professional
- Passionate educator
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to the attention of Justin Belote at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stuart Hall welcomes candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in their teaching and learning and who will add to the diversity of our community.
Stuart Hall does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its hiring practices. The School is committed to providing an inclusive educational environment. We actively engage students, families, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our school community respects the differences in ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status.