Saint Louis Priory School, a Benedictine, Catholic, and college preparatory school for boys in grades 7 through 12, is seeking a Director of Equity and Inclusion who will oversee efforts to foster a community of inclusivity in which all members of our school feel welcome and respected. The Director of Equity and Inclusion will collaborate with the school administration to examine current practices and provide facilitative leadership in the development of comprehensive programming that reflects the School’s mission. S/he will be responsible for supporting and managing the activities of parent, student, and faculty/staff groups whose purposes and goals are related to issues of equity and inclusion.
The Director of Equity and Inclusion will work together with other program leaders to shape the programmatic and professional life of the School. The Director will teach courses as determined by the candidate’s background and needs of the program and perform other duties as assigned by the Headmaster.
The successful candidate will possess knowledge of and experience with Catholic education and the Benedictine tradition. An advanced degree is preferred, and professional experience in diversity, equity and inclusion is essential. The Director will have excellent communication and organizational skills, is knowledgeable of federal and state laws, and demonstrates flexibility and an enthusiasm for the School’s mission and culture.
Applicants from diverse, underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Applicants interested in the position should submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 to 5 professional references to email@example.com.
About Saint Louis Priory School
Saint Louis Priory School – a leader in Benedictine, Catholic education for talented and motivated boys – has 60 faculty (20% monastic, 80% lay), 75% of whom hold a master’s degree and 12% a doctorate. Priory enrolls 400 boys in grades 7 through 12, the normal entry point being grade 7. In addition to a typical secondary school curriculum, Priory boys must study theology (6 years), Latin (3 years), and a modern language (4 years). Most study mathematics through calculus. All compete on athletic teams for at least two trimesters each year. The average ACT score is 30.2. In a typical senior class 20-25% earn National Merit recognition.