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Current Employment Opportunities

Immediate Openings

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  • Development Database Manager

    Marymount School recognizes the strategic role of data in advancing the School's educational objectives and in enabling a strong financial and operational foundation. Marymount seeks a strong database manager to support development and academic enrollment. 
    The database manager works primarily with two databases: Raiser’s Edge and Blackbaud. The database manager plays an instrumental role in Marymount’s development department, overseeing the day-to-day and long-term operations of all aspects of the Raiser’s Edge database and assures its quality, consistency, and accuracy. 

    The ideal candidate will be a collaborative, flexible problem-solver, ready to work in a dynamic school environment. 

    • Maintain an accurate Raiser’s Edge database for the School, and for all Raiser’s Edge functions, including data entry, gift processing, lists, statistical reports and analysis;
    • Enter, record, and process contributions to the School from receipt through acknowledgement;
    • Maintain all individual and organizational records, input and update biographical, geographical, professional, financial, and other information;
    • Collaborate with members of the Campaign, Annual Fund, and events teams to maintain accurate and timely targeting, solicitation, gift entry, and acknowledgement processes;
    • Create weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports;
    • Collaborate with admissions, academic, business, and communications offices to ensure database information is entered and integrated in a timely manner and remains up to date;
    • Develop and maintain a dynamic list of policies, procedures, and regulations for each database and its use;
    • Train and oversee other team members in proper use of database;
    • Ensure compliance with the School’s policies and procedures around data;
    • Maintain strict confidentiality in regards to all data that he/she comes in contact with during the course of his/her functions.
    • Maintain an accurate Blackbaud database for the School, including the updating of course lists, schedules, and enrollment ready for the start of each new school year;

    • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent education and experience)
    • Experience with Raiser’s Edge and/or Blackbaud, including knowledge of and experience with Crystal Reports, building queries, and database management;
    • Skills and competencies in Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
    • Articulate, highly organized, strong attention to detail, someone who takes pride in managing a well-ordered and effective database;
    • Ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines;
    • Excellent organizational and communications skills (both written and verbal), interpersonal skills, and mathematical skills;
    • High professional and ethical standards for handling confidential information with complete discretion.
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Faculty Positions, 2021-2022

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  • Lower School Psychologist

    Marymount School of New York seeks a School Psychologist for our Lower and Lower Middle School divisions, grades Nursery through Class V. 
    As a member of the Health and Wellness team, the N-V School Psychologist supports the students, parents, and teachers of the school community and works closely with administrators, the learning specialists, the school psychologist for VI - XII, and the school counselors. The ideal candidate possesses a doctoral degree in school psychology, is licensed or certified in New York State, and has experience with preschool and elementary populations.
    Ideal candidates desire to become an integral part of student life, model a healthy mindset, seek professional growth, and offer a research-based approach. Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative approach are a must.  It is important that our school psychologist is able to support students of diverse backgrounds alongside our director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Strong counseling and crisis intervention skills and the ability to collaborate with outside professional referrals are required. The role consists of the following duties and responsibilities:
    • Conduct classroom observations and provide consultation to teachers regarding the social-emotional-behavioral functioning of students
    • Provide consultation to parents regarding child social emotional well being
    • In collaboration with the Upper and Upper Middle School (Classes VI-XII) School Psychologist, provide or coordinate parenting workshops
    • Collaborate closely with administrators regarding the emotional well being of students
    • Provide brief, short-term counseling to students
    • Lead occasional guidance/health classes on the topics of emotional regulation
    • Collaborate with the health and wellness team on the planning of social emotional learning curricula
    • Provide appropriate referrals to external psychological services for students as needed
    • Act as liaison between external psychologists and school faculty
    • Assist in the interpretation of neuropsychological reports and educational planning for students who require accommodations

    Interested applicants should send a resumé and cover letter to jobs@marymountnyc.org  with “N-V Psychologist” in the subject heading.
updated 12/13/21

To Apply:

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Please email jobs@marymountnyc.org:
• a current résumé
• a cover letter
• a statement of educational philosophy

Please indicate the position for which you are applying in the subject line.

No phone calls or faxes please. 

As an Apple Distinguished School with a 1:1+ program, all teachers are expected to be comfortable using educational technology daily. With the School's modified block schedule, teachers are expected to have a range of appropriate instructional practices in their repertoire and be equipped to differentiate instruction to reach a range of learning styles. 
Marymount School of New York is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender in our educational programs or employment practices.