Cristo Rey San Diego High School is the 37th school in a growing national network of Catholic high schools recognized for transforming Catholic education through a unique integration of rigorous academics, professional experience, and spiritual formation. For the 2020-21 school year, Cristo Rey San Diego welcomed its first class of approximately 60 freshmen boys and girls of limited financial means. Cristo Rey’s innovative model calls for our students to attend class four days per week and work in a professional setting five days per month through our Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP). While some of our students will enter high school below grade-level academically, it is the collective mission of our staff to ensure that our students gain admission to—and ultimately graduate from—college. In pursuit of that goal, Cristo Rey has a longer school day and an extended academic year, and our teachers innovate, plan, reflect, and practice so that they maximize their impact in the classroom.
Cristo Rey San Diego High School seeks a committed, mission-driven, innovative, collaborative, and student/family-centered Director of Admissions. The Director reports to the school’s Principal, and is responsible for recruiting and admitting approximately 100 freshman each year.
About the position:
The Director of Admissions designs and manages the entire application process for prospective students and families, from strategic outreach and recruitment efforts to enrollment and matriculation. The Director articulates the mission and programs of the school to various stakeholders in the local community, including students and families, community and religious leaders, school principals and counselors, etc. The Director is often the first point of contact for prospective students and families to the school, and therefore fosters enthusiasm throughout the application process, while maintaining the necessary data on all applicants. The Director engages the local community throughout the year to help build the school as a key player and collaborator in the community. The position does require flexibility on time, being available on occasional weekends and evenings.
To read the full job description with responsibilities and requirements, click here: Director of Admissions Job Description
All interested and qualified applicants with a passion for Cristo Rey’s mission are invited to apply by October 8th, 2021 . Please email your resume and cover letter noting what attracts you to the Cristo Rey mission to email@example.com.
Cristo Rey San Diego High School is currently hiring for multiple Work-Study Van Driver positions on a part time and limited availability basis.
Van Drivers are an essential part of the CRSDHS staff by safely transporting students to and from work. Van Drivers provide supervision of high school students while in the van, ensure their assigned vehicle receives appropriate care and maintenance, and drive students to work on assigned routes.
The Van Driver position is a split shift position, with the first shift starting at 8:15am and ending approximately at 9:30am (depending on route) and the second shift starting approximately at 2:15pm and ending at approximately 3:30pm (depending on route). Drivers do not need to be open to work every shift, only as their schedule permits between the hours of 8:15 am and 9:30 am or 2:15 pm and 3:30 pm.
This position reports to the Associate Director of Work-Study Director, and is a non-exempt position working approximately 15-20 hours per week. Drivers must possess a valid California driver’s license and follows CA driving laws by ensuring a clean driving record. Drivers must pass a background check and a clean DMV record (minimum last 5 years). Must be 21 years old or older to apply. Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking and writing is a plus, but not a necessity. Drivers must be vaccinated.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Drive assigned routes safely and efficiently.
Ensure students are dropped off and picked up from work on schedule.
Supervise students on van and report all disciplinary issues to WS Program Director.
Ensure maintenance and upkeep of van and complete checklists and other items as necessary.
Drive van for school related functions as requested by the WS Program Transportation Coordinator.
Attend meetings and trainings as needed.
Valid California Driver’s License and follows CA driving laws by ensuring a clean driving record.
Must be Vaccinated against COVID 19
Ability to pass background check and a clean DMV record (minimum last 5 years).
Must be 21 years old or older.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking and writing is a plus. Must be team-oriented and diversity focused.
Ability and willingness to work a split-shift.
Experience and/or willingness to work with youth ages 14-15.
If you are interested in driving for CRSD, please contact Mr. Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the school’s main office.