Independent, Day School for JK – Grade 8 (www.stlukeschool.org)
An independent, coeducational Episcopal day school in the West Village (New York, NY), St. Luke’s School offers a balanced and challenging Junior Kindergarten through Grade 8 curriculum that serves students of all faiths and spiritual practices. Small by intent and design, St. Luke’s size promotes openness, accessibility, and collaboration. St. Luke’s students and faculty come from a variety of backgrounds - we value, seek and encourage an enriching and diverse community.
ABOUT THE JOB
FSLA Status:Full-time, Non-exempt
Reports To:Chief Community Officer
Salary Range: $55,000-75,000 (depends on years of experience)
Start Date: June 15, 2023
Benefits (include but not limited to): Paid Time Off, Professional Development, Health Insurance, Retirement, Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Lunch Program
Human Resources Associate Expectations & Essential Functions
Manage and update the school’s HR portal, BambooHR, to ensure that all employee data is correct and up to date.
Update and process payroll on a semi-monthly basis. Ensure deductions and pay are accurate and payroll is processed in a timely manner.
Manage and process benefits such as FSA, Transit, retirement, and health. Work with employees on changes, enrollment, and termination of benefits. Ensure that all the necessary paperwork is submitted to the corresponding vendors.
Manage and process paperwork, reporting, and details related to leaves of absences. This includes calculation of dates and pay and work with Unum on STBL, LTD, and NYPFL payments.
Work with the Director of Finance and the Chief Community Officer on compliance related to benefits, disability, insurance, 1095 forms, etc.
Manage and update the Employee Handbook and the Family Handbook on a regular basis.
Process professional learning requests for all employees including registration, accommodations, and travel. Update the professional development file and BambooHR.
Assist with events and meetings related to the onboarding and community building of professional staff such as orientation days, opening meetings, happy hours, celebration events, etc.
Other duties as required.
Be present at the school during the required work hours.
Communicate with students, faculty, staff, parents, visitors, and vendors on a regular basis with face-to-face discussions, e-mail, phone calls, letters, and memos in order to accomplish essential functions.
Time Management: ability to manage own time and time of others in order to meet expectations and deadlines.
Commitment to timeliness, efficiency, and excellence in all work produced and projects/tasks managed.
All Employee Expectations
Support the St. Luke’s School mission, values, institutional goals, and educational philosophy. Understanding and commitment to the community standards of compassion, dignity, excellence, honesty, and respect.
Excellent communication skills. Contact and communication with students, faculty/staff, and parents on a regular basis. Contact and communication consists of face-to-face discussions, e-mail, phone calls, letters, and memos. Excellent oral and written communication and customer service skills.
Strong collaboration skills. Working collaboratively with other faculty, specialists, and staff in a small, close-knit, creatively energetic environment.
An interest in and openness to professional growth and development. Desire and ability to embrace continuing education in the field. Participate and attend workshops, conferences, and other training.
A sense of joy and wonder and an optimistic attitude.
A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
Ability to be self-motivated.
Flexibility and willingness to change. Ability to pivot as changes are made or needed in order to fit the school’s current needs or adjustments to protocols. Be present at the school during the required work hours.
Perform additional duties such as morning, recess, lunch and participate in the life of the school. Be present and on-time to assigned duties.
Participate in and attend faculty/staff meetings and committees, including school-wide initiatives about issues of equity, pedagogy and curriculum.
Participate in the life of the school, including attendance at required events such as curriculum night, parent conferences, grade-level cocktail party, Christmas Fair, Spring Benefit, and school games and events.
Enforce school policies and rules with students.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Suite Faculty members also need to be proficient with Google Classroom and have the ability to use classroom technology such as Smart Boards, Zoom, etc.
St. Luke’s requires all applicants to apply online. To apply, please go to www.stlukeschool.org (About Us/Employment). Please direct all questions to Peggy Chen, Human Resources, at 212.924.5960 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Luke's School is committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment. St. Luke's School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, age, marital status, physical or mental handicap, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or any other category protected by local, state or federal law in its employment and administration policies, scholarship program, or admission policies. It is the policy of St. Luke's School to recruit, train, hire, promote, and otherwise attend to all applicants without regard to race, religion, color, age, marital status, physical or mental handicap, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or any other category protected by local, state or federal law.
EDUCATION & WORK REQUIREMENTS
At least 3 years of related experience
Proficient in Microsoft Suite - Excel, Word, and PowerPoint