Employment Opportunities


Faculty Application - Staff Application

 

The Aquinas Institute is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, disability, veteran status, national origin, sexual orientation, domestic violence victim status, genetic information or any other status protected under the law. In addition, it is Aquinas' policy to provide an environment that is free of harassment. This policy governs all aspects of the employment relationship.

 

All open positions are listed below.  To apply, please complete the appropriate employment application above and email it with cover letter and resume to:

 

Mrs. Maria Robare
Director of Human Resources

mrobare@aquinasinstitute.com 



 

Position: Director of Finance

Position Category: Staff 

 

The Director of Finance, appointed by the President, is the Chief Financial Officer of the Institute. The Director of Finance manages the financial resources of the school and Foundation including accounting, finance, and organization-wide budgets in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The Director of Finance will oversee all organization-wide contracts, review and update financial policies and procedures and internal controls, ensuring the protection of the organization’s assets. Additionally, the Director is responsible for payroll, student billings and collections, financial aid, cash flow management, insurance, cost of benefits, and reporting on capital projects.


The Director of Finance also assists the Institute with technology activities, cafeteria operations, transportation, security and safety, bookstore and issues related to use of facilities by third parties.

 

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Position: Cafeteria Worker

Position Category: Staff 

 

The Cafeteria Worker prepares and serves cafeteria food and maintains the cafeteria and dining area in sanitary condition.

 

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Position: Theology Teacher

Position Category: Faculty

 

The Theology Teacher is responsible for cultivating critical thinking and problem solving skills that will provide a solid framework for further academic and social success at the next level. The Theology Teacher will draw on content standards of relevant curriculum frameworks to plan units of study, individual lessons, and learning activities that are engaging, student centered and focus on the achievement of all students.

 

 

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