Career Opportunities at Red Cloud Indian School


Open Positions:
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To Apply:

Please download the appropriate form as specified in the job description: 

Please send all materials (unless otherwise directed) to: 

Lisa Swallow, Director of Human Resources
Red Cloud Indian School
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, South Dakota 57770
lisaswallow@redcloudschool.org

Mission Statement: The mission of Red Cloud Indian School (RCIS), a Catholic Institution administered by the Jesuits and the Lakota People, is to develop and grow as a vibrant Church, through an education of the mind and spirit that promotes the values of the Lakota Culture. We strive to educate both the minds and the hearts of the 600 Lakota students we serve, developing the Lakota leaders of tomorrow who will become agents of social change on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Additionally, we minister to the needs of the families through six churches across the Reservation, and we provide cultural education, heritage tourism, and economic development through a vast collection of Native art at The Heritage Center.

Red Cloud Indian School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 


 
Job Descriptions:

Direct Mail Specialist

Department: Advancement
Supervisor: Executive Director of Advancement
Status: Part-Time
Classification: Non-Exempt

Executive Summary:

To support the direct mail daily operations including handling all incoming and outoing institutional mail, data entry of donor gift information and processing donor acknowledgement letters.

Essential Job Functions: 
    • Open incoming mail as scheduled
    • Data entry - enter donor information from the daily donations into The Raiser’s Edge database
    • Process credit card donations as needed
    • Print and sign donor acknowledgement letters as needed
    • Fold and stuff envelopes for donor acknowledgement letters
    • Prepare outgoing envelopes for mailing by applying postage and sealing, using postage machine.
      • After required number of letters has been accumulated, sort and bundle envelopes.
    • Pick up the incoming mail from the post office daily mid-morning as needed
    • Pick up the early incoming mail from the post office as needed
    • Take outgoing mail to the post office daily mid-afternoon as needed
    • Answer special attention letters, as needed
    • Sort the incoming mail return devices into categories, which make the data entry easier and quicker, such as Regular/New/Large Donors, Specials, etc.
    • File sample letters
    • Other clerical duties, as assigned.

Requirements/Qualifications:

    • Ability to work the scheduled hours assigned.
    • Ability to work and communicate effectively with others, in writing and verbally,
    • Experience with basic letter writing.
    • Experience with a desktop computer, specifically with Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel.
    • Willingness to cross-train and assist other personnel in the completion of office tasks.
    • Ability to attend staff training sessions.
    • Possess a valid driver’s license.
Physical requirements:

Ability to sit at a desk and use a personal computer, telephone or other desktop office equipment—85% of work time, walking— 15% of work time, bending at the waist and lifting less than 10 lbs.

To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

Tashina Rama, Executive Director of Advancement
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
TashinaRama@redcloudschool.org


 

Advancement Receptionist

Department: Advancement
Supervisor: Executive Director of Advancement
Status: Part-Time
Classification: Non-Exempt

Executive Summary:

The receptionist will primarily be responsible for answering all incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate associates, greeting visitors, directing visitors to appropriate office or staff person as well as to provide general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. 

Essential Job Functions:
    • Greets and directs all visitors to office or staff member.
    • Answer all incoming telephone calls by 2nd ring. 
    • Handle and respond to all basic questions. 
    • Provide callers with general office information such as Red Cloud address, directions to Red Cloud location, Red Cloud website
    • Check the voicemail messages daily and route the message to the appropriate staff person.
    • Data entry - enter donor information from the daily donations into The Raiser’s Edge database
    • Process credit card donations as needed
    • Print and sign donor acknowledgement letters as needed
    • Fold and stuff envelopes for donor acknowledgement letters 
    • Prepare outgoing envelopes for mailing by applying postage and sealing, using postage machine. 
      • After required number of letters has been accumulated, sort and bundle envelopes. 
    • Act as a back-up for other staff as needed.
    • Attend required staff training as needed.
    • Other clerical duties, as assigned. 
Requirements/Qualifications:
    • Ability to work the scheduled hours assigned.
    • Ability to work and communicate effectively with others.
    • Experience with basic letter writing.
    • Experience with a desktop computer, specifically with Microsoft Word,
    • Willingness to cross-train and assist other personnel in the completion of office tasks.
    • Ability to attend staff training sessions. 
Physical Requirements:

Ability to sit at a desk and use a personal computer, telephone or other desktop office equipment—95% of work time, walking—5% of work time, bending at the waist and lifting less than 5 lbs.—20lbs. 

To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

Tashina Rama, Executive Director of Advancement
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
TashinaRama@redcloudschool.org


 

Technical Support Technician

Department: Technology
Supervisor: Director of Technology
Status: Full-Time
Classification: Exempt

Executive Summary:

This position works cooperatively within the Technology Department to ensure that the RCIS technology network infrastructure is functioning efficiently with the professional needs of the organization and that there are no breaches in the security system.  This position will also provide technical support to the Assistant of the Director of Technology in the installation, staff training, maintenance, and program upgrade of all software, hardware and web-based systems applicable with RCIS.  

Duties and Responsibilities:

Information/Technology Systems:

    • Under the direction of the Director analyzes changes in software and hardware issued by manufacturer or vendors and determines impact on existing production systems, system design, programming standards, and operating procedures.
    • Guides systems users in the use of systems software and linkage to application software.
    • Maintains the organizations e-mail system and adds users as required.
    • Maintains and administers a program of monitoring, measuring, and evaluating hardware and software performance.
    • Assists in the maintenance of the design and implementation of the existing databases and serves the data base administration function, such as disaster recovery procedures and contingency planning.
    • Follows the organizational guidelines, policies and procedures.
    • Assists the Assistant to the Director of Technology in performing diagnostic tests to ensure integrity of system and upgrades firewall and virus protection on a regular basis.
    • Works with the Director in providing technical support and/or maintains relationships with appropriate technical support vendors in maintaining the organizations network hardware and software, individual workstations and software.
    • Assists the Assistant to the Director of Technology in the development of a method of keeping an accurate inventory of all technology related equipment.  Inventory should be reviewed on a yearly basis.
    • Works with the Director in the installation and maintenance of peripheral devices, including printers, routers, switches, and frame relay devices

Additional Responsibilities:

    • Assists with the disaster recovery procedures to ensure retrieval on all data and system software.
    • Participates in the planning of a communication network among the departments and schools.
    • Provides input to new system software and hardware to provide data processing solutions for the organizations needs.
    • Provides technical knowledge to system designers and applications programmers to assist in their application development.
    • Assures 24/7 coverage of the job by training backup personnel.
    • Ensures that the Technology Shop is a safe, clean and orderly environment for work personnel.
    • Assists with user data for all parents, staff, and students for the school system.
    • Assists with the following RCIS web-based systems:
      • Infinite Campus
      • Renaissance Place
      • Destiny Library
      • School Reach
      • Manage Parent/Student/Staff database
    • Assists with subscriptions and payments.
    • Assists the principals and superintendent with professional development opportunities.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Technology
Qualifications:

Education, Experience and Skills

    • Several years’ office experience, preferably in a service-oriented facility.
    • The ability to use good communication skills and the ability to collaborate with all levels of management and employees.
    • Good problem solving and negotiating skills required.
    • Associates Degree or Minor in Computer Science will be preferred along with considerable hands-on experiencein computer programming, operations, teaching, or maintenance.
    • Strong workstation and network troubleshooting skills.
    • Knowledge of Personal computer skills, existing network programs and capabilities
    • Good communication skills in working with both technical and nontechnical personnel.
    • Good creative skills in resolving technology problems.
    • Willingness to be on call and work long hours if necessary in case of serious network malfunctions.
    • Must have a valid state-issued Drivers license and reliable transportation to and from work.
    • Must meet RCIS driving insurance requirements
Physical Qualifications:

The ability to fulfill good manual dexterity by efficiently working with technology related equipment 100% of the time.  Ability to stand, crouch and climb to perform required repairs/maintenance to technology related equipment and wiring 5% of the time.  Must have good vision (with correction) to efficiently work with technology related equipment 100% of the time.  The Ability to lift up to 50 lbs or more, less than 5% of the time.

To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

TJ Lynch, Director of Technology
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
tjlynch@redcloudschool.org

 


 

Executive Administrative Assistant

Department: Administration
Supervisor: President and Executive Vice President
Status: Full-Time
Classification: Non-exempt

Position Summary:

As directed by the President and Executive Vice President, makes travel and meeting arrangements, prepares reports and summarizes meeting minutes, screens calls, and coordinates with support staff and volunteers. Requires strong computer and internet research skills. Also is flexible, has excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside contacts, donors, and vendors. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

A. Office Duties

    • Answer telephone.
    • Mail collection and distribution.
    • Greet visitors.
    • Copying as needed.
    • Make business contacts as needed.
    • Complete and submit Purchase Orders.
    • Maintains strict confidentiality regarding employees and donors.
    • Organizes and maintains files in both the President and Executive Vice President offices.
    • Enters confidential reports into Raiser’s Edge as directed.
    • Screens visitors and phone calls. 
    • Returns phone calls for the President and EVP as requested.

B. Travel

    • Make travel arrangements as directed.
    • Prepare itinerary, Purchase Orders, trip file, and supplies.
    • Prepares post trip expense reports.

C. Appointments and Meetings

    • Prepares meeting facilities, and acts as recording secretary for Leadership Team meetings.
    • Prepares minutes within two (2) working days and submits to the EVP.
    • Schedule appointments for the President and EVP.
    • Helps prepare for Board of Director’s meetings.
    • Set up video conferencing and phone conference calls as directed.
    • Prepares letters and mailings from the President and EVP as directed.

D. Other Administrative Duties

    • Assist in the planning, organization, and execution of the annual staff banquet.
    • Routinely re-order department supplies.
    • Update and distribute phone directories.
    • Reserve rooms in the Visitor Center for guests as necessary.
    • Greet Visitor Center guests, and give them their keys as necessary.
    • Assists Community Relations with coordinating campus visits of major donors, foundations, and service groups.
    • Assists Advancement with coordinating the signing of letters.
    • Produces baptismal certificates and other sacramental records upon request.
    • At the request of the President, enters donor reports into Raiser’s Edge.
    • Other responsibilities as assigned.

Position Specifications:

Education and Experience

    • 2-4 years experience in office management preferred.
    • High School diploma required. 
    • The completion of up to two years in either the Business or Humanities preferred.
    • Must have comprehensive knowledge of all Microsoft Office suite applications – Word, Excel, Power-Point; intermediate computer skills including a variety of internet-based technologies such as Google Applications; Google docs, Google mail, Google drive and Google calendar.
    • Basic financial knowledge and skills are strongly preferred.  

Physical requirements 

  • Ability to sit at a desk and use a personal computer, telephone or other desktop office equipment—85% of work time, walking—10% of work time, bending at the waist and lifting less than 5 lbs.—3% of work time, bending at the waist and lifting 5-15 lbs. 2% of work time.
To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

Robert Brave Heart, Sr., Executive Vice President
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
robertbraveheart@redcloudschool.org

 

 


 

 

Major Gifts Officer

Department: Advancement
Supervisor: Director of Major Gifts
Status: Full-Time
Classification: Exempt

Position Summary:

Red Cloud Indian School is seeking to fill the position of Major Gifts Officer at a time of unprecedented growth in the organization’s advancement efforts. The Major Gifts Officer manages a portfolio of high net worth prospects and participates in all aspects of the gift cycle, including initiating contacts with potential major gift donors and developing cultivation strategies. The primary emphasis is on maintaining an active schedule of contacts per month, moving potential donors appropriately toward solicitation and closure, and maintaining stewardship contact with donors. In addition to closing major gifts, the Officer works collaboratively and strategically with advancement and external affairs staff, ensuring positive and purposeful prospect and donor relations while empowering local staff in the process. The ideal candidate for this position has a proven track record in strategic fundraising, understands the needs and interests of leadership and major donors, and is a sophisticated, passionate communicator, committed to going out and getting gifts.

This position will report to the Director of Major Gifts and work closely with the Vice President for External Affairs, another Major Gifts Officer and a Development Associate.

The Officer will be on-site at Red Cloud Indian School a determined amount of time in the fall, spring, and summer, but may otherwise work off-site.

Position of the External Affairs Effort:

The philosophy of the external affairs effort is one of education, empowerment and engagement. Currently, we are quietly moving through a 5-year strategic plan to provide programmatic and capital improvements and endowment security for Red Cloud Indian School so that the hope that is being provided today will be available for future generations. The Major Gift Officer will be responsible for continuing to solicit funding toward meeting the institution’s approximately $13 million in annual operating expenses, while simultaneously planning for and soliciting funding to meet the upcoming capital campaign. The major gift effort will be instrumental to move from this quiet initiative to what will be a substantially larger campaign in the next year, as well as establishing a solid framework for the future stability of the organization’s advancement effort.  

Primary Responsibilities:
    • Work closely with the Director of Major Gifts and Red Cloud’s leadership to maximize philanthropic support from high-capacity individuals around the country during a time of rapid growth and high stakes expectations.
    • Travel extensively, communicating to donors and prospects a strategic understanding of Red Cloud Indian School’s priorities and projects, maintaining familiarity with education, social justice, and arts issues.
    • Manage a portfolio of 150+ major givers and charitable gift annuitants and their proactive cultivation strategies, solicitation efforts and stewardship activities; reports and donor files; and other development activities needed throughout the fiscal year.
    • Implement current charitable gift annuity efforts in accordance with IRS rules and compliance regulations.
    • Research, write, edit, and oversee the preparation of persuasive and accurate solicitations, correspondence and other advancement-related communication materials, closely supporting the President in cultivation and stewardship correspondence.
    • Conduct and/or review research to identify major and planned gift prospects and create strategies to match prospects' interests to the identified priorities of Red Cloud.
    • Prepare Red Cloud senior staff for key meetings and donor cultivation.
    • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge and Experience:
    • At least 1-2 years of experience in cultivating and soliciting prospects capable of five-, six-, and seven-figure gifts, and donor stewardship and management.
    • Understanding of the needs and interests of major donors in order to develop the relationship with the institution.
    • Ability to serve as an effective ambassador for the organization with external constituencies: initiate and build relationships with prospective donors, interact via telephone and in person with institutional representatives, and speak publicly to group audiences.
    • Demonstrated leadership and the ability to successfully manage multi-functional or diverse areas.
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher.
Desired Qualifications:
    • Excellent communication and writing skills: ability to gather understand and synthesize information from a variety of sources and articulate the organization’s mission, program objectives, and resource needs persuasively to potential donors.
    • Superb networking, teamwork, and interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with multiple, culturally diverse stakeholders.
    • High level of maturity and motivation, with a firm commitment and ability to develop high-quality and time sensitive work products and prioritize major donor prospects
    • Able to self-motivate and work independently while maintaining proper collaboration and accountability metrics with the Advancement and External Affairs Team.
    • Previous experience in education, museums, and/or social justice.
    • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office products and project management databases, and a familiarity with The Raiser’s Edge.
Physical requirements 
    • Ability to sit at a desk and use a personal computer, telephone or other desktop office equipment—75% of work time, walking—20% of work time, bending at the waist and lifting less than 5 lbs.—3% of work time, bending at the waist and lifting 5-15 lbs. 2% of work time.
Compensation and Benefits:
    • Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.
To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

William Allmart, Director of Major Gifts
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
williamallmart@redcloudschool.org

 

Museum Educator

Department: The Heritage Center
Supervisor: Director of The Heritage Center
Status: Full-Time
Classification: Non-exempt

 

Position Summary:

The Heritage Center (THC) Museum Educator in consultation with the Curator develops, then coordinates and implements museum educational programs. Programs that include family programs, concerts, artist talks, exhibition, collection-based tours, discussions, programs for school visits, and teacher-led programs.  The Museum Educator will be responsible for formulating, evaluating, coordinating and executing all aspect of a comprehensive strategy for THC’s educational program.


Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Plan, implement and evaluate all THC education programs, materials, and curricula.
    • Manage educational initiatives, community outreach, school programs, and summer programs.  
    • Work collaboratively with essential staff to fully coordinate and support school tour programming.
    • Work with Curatorial staff in planning educational related content for exhibits, and THC’s website.
    • Regularly provide programmatic input to the Director of Marketing and Marketing personnel to assist in marketing education and volunteer programs.
    • Apply current museum educational trends and theories to all programming.
    • Work collaboratively by demonstrating leadership and collaboration across all THC and RCIS departments.
    • Display effective interpersonal and verbal communication skills when communicating with teachers, students, parents, THC staff and the general public.
    • Regular and reliable attendance.  
Additional Responsibilities:
    • Conduct in-depth surveys of the visitor experience at THC to understand from an educational perspective what visitors are hoping to gain from their experience, and what additional resources THC should consider offering to its visitors.
    • Conduct research and outreach to local and regional schools, with the aim of engaging more teachers and school groups for educational programs.
    • Develop online educational resources and a range of curriculum materials aligned with grade-level standards to be used by teachers to prepare students from pre-K to college level for visiting THC.
    • Work with THC’s staff and other stakeholders to develop short and long terms plans for new and enhanced education and public programs at THC.
    • Other duties as assigned.  

Qualifications:

    • B.A. required/M.A. preferred in Art History, Art Education, Native Studies, Museum Studies, Fine Art, or related field, and three years of relevant museum experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Experience organizing public programs as well as gallery lectures and/or classroom teaching.  
    • Working knowledge of current museum education practice and theory.
    • Experience with Native histories and cultures, as well as contemporary and historical Native art.
    • Ability to work well with diverse individuals and groups, as well as alone.
    • Proficiency with Apple-and PC based software and hardware.
    • Ability to handle multiple tasks and complete each with precision.
    • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends.
Physical Requirements: 

The ability to remain seated in a normal position for long periods of time. The ability stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and/or ladders. The ability to maintain balance while working, standing, crouching, or running. Ability to stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl. Ability to reach up and out with hands and arms. Ability to talk and hear; verbally express information or instructions 100% of the time. Required to use hands to grasp objects, type, pick up objects, move objects, or hold objects 5% of the time. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds and carry a distance of 10 feet 5% of the time. Required to push and/or pull up to 35 pounds a distance of 10 feet 5% of the time.  

To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

Jose Rivera, Director of The Heritage Center
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
joserivera@redcloudschool.org

 

 


 

 

Associate Director of Communications

Department: Advancement Office
Supervisor: Vice President for External Affairs
Status: Full-time
Classification: Exempt

Position Summary:

The Associate Director of Communications (AD) is an integral position to ensure the success of RCIS’ external affairs and advancement efforts. A member of the advancement team, the AD provides strategic communication leadership and direction, fostering a greater public, staff and Board understanding and appreciation of the organization in order to support organizational priorities and financial outcomes. The AD plans and executes communications that enhance the visibility, public perception and awareness of RCIS to its stakeholders. In collaboration with the Vice President for External Affairs and Communications Coordinator, the AD develops, implements, models and provides oversight of the short and long-term strategic communications and marketing and branding plans for the institution, contributing to the organization's consistent achievement of its mission, vision, and goals. 

The AD is on-site at Red Cloud Indian School 3+ days per week, with flexibility.

Essential job functions:

Content Creation & Branding (35%)

    • Stays abreast of significant program developments, events and happenings on campus, through regular (weekly) outreach to program leaders in the schools, parishes and The Heritage Center.
    • Plans, develops and supervises a robust editorial calendar, balancing coverage of school, parish and THC activities and with significant input from external affairs, major gifts and grants staff around institutional/fundraising goals.
    • Supports and directs the Communications Coordinator in conducting interviews, photographing and writing, editing and coordinating the creation of internal and external communications materials, including 2+ stories each week.
    • Ensures accuracy in all communications materials and maintains consistency and integrity of Red Cloud messaging and voice; considers audience; maintains common editorial and graphic standards across publications, web and press releases.
    • Works with the VPEA to develop brand and institutional messaging and collateral; creating content for the quarterly newsletter, strategic planning initiatives, institutional announcements and correspondence and fundraising materials.
    • Support the VPEA in work with design, graphics, print, and photography vendors.

Digital Outreach (20%)

    • Directs the use of an interactive multimedia website that effectively tells Red Cloud’s story. Conduct an annual, systematic review of web content throughout the site to ensure updated content, maintaining consistent design, branding and navigation integrity.
    • Maintains with the Coordinator social media channels that engage and increase followers; creates strategy and works with the Coordinator to schedule daily posts; offers guidance to designated staff in The Heritage Center responsible for posting. 
    • Collaborates with the Coordinator to plan, conceptualize and write a monthly enewsletter highlighting top web stories and institutional news.
    • Works alongside the Executive Director of Advancement in management of web vendors, including but not limited to Blackbaud NetCommunity and MyEmma, keeping informed of its role and potential at RCIS.

Traditional Outreach and Media Relations (20%)

    • Serves as primary point of contact for local and regional members of the press; works closely with leadership and program staff to coordinate media visits and schedule interviews when appropriate; prioritizes need for the Vice President of External Affairs’ involvement.
    • Leads strategy and implementation in developing pro- and reactive media relationships, creating opportunities pursuant to increased strategic placement, public perception and awareness to an increasing pool of stakeholders.
    • Shares major releases with Red Cloud’s press list and identifies opportunities to proactively pitch stories to local, regional and national reporters.
    • Develops paid advertising materials and negotiates contracts; maintains Red Cloud advertising for major events (primarily the Red Cloud Indian Art Show) 

Management (15%)

    • Directs and supervises the work of Communications Coordinator and Communications Intern (summer), training staff as necessary.
    • Works with the Communications Coordinator to build practical and detailed timelines, set priorities and ensure deadlines are met, accounting for all deliverables.• Analysis of impacts, response rates, outcomes, etc. of communications efforts.
    • Consider opportunities for extended learning, including attendance at statewide, regional or national conferences on web design and marketing communications. Provide recommendations to superiors on additional, personal training.
    • Maintain the Communications budget.

Media Collections & Archiving (5%)

    • Work with Communications staff to maintain and organize audio recordings of interviews and photographs and video for use in communications and fundraising materials.
    • Establish operational standards and processes in the department, including creation of an editorial style guide, branding and identity guides, social media policies, and organized systems/RCIS best practices.

Physical Requirements:

The ability to remain seated in a normal position for long periods of time. The ability to stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and/or ladders. The ability to maintain balance while; working, standing, crouching, or running. Ability to stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl. Ability to reach up and out with hands and arms. Ability to talk and hear; verbally express information or instructions 100% of the time.  Required to use hands to grasp objects, type, pick up objects, move objects, or hold objects 5% of the time. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds and carry a distance of 10 feet 5% of the time. Required to push and/or pull up to 35 pounds a distance of 10 feet 5% of the time.Other duties as assigned – 5%

To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed general employment application to:

Colleen McCarthy, Vice President for External Affairs
100 Mission Drive Pine Ridge, SD 57770
colleenmccarthy@redcloudschool.org

 


 


 

Teaching & School Positions:
 (School Year 2014-2015)

 

Lakota Language Teacher

Department: Elementary School (Grades 5-8)
Supervisor: Elementary Principal
Staus: Full-time
Classification: Exempt

Position Summary:  

This faculty member will work in the Middle School teaching, mentoring and working collaboratively with peers.  

Duties and Responsibilities

    • Teach assigned middle school Lakota Language courses
    • Provide homework assistance to students
    • Communicate effectively with parents regarding student progress
    • Participate in school activities
    • Actively participate in staff meetings
    • Complete all student record keeping responsibilities including grading, assessments and behavior using the Infinite Campus system
    • Integrate Lakota and Ignatian spirituality into classroom pedagogy
    • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications: 

Education and Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary or Secondary Education
    • Endorsements in Lakota Language

Physical Requirements: 

    • Must be able to lift 50 lbs
    • Must be able to climb stairs 
To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter and completed Certified Teacher Employment Application to:
Ted Hamilton, Superintendent of Schools
100 Mission Drive Pine Ridge, SD 57770
theodorehamilton@redcloudschool.org

 


 


 

 

Volunteer Positions:
 (School Year 2014-2015)

 

All positions are currently filled.

 
For questions, please contact:

Margi Bettelyoun, AmeriCorps Director
Red Cloud Indian School
100 Mission Drive
Pine Ridge, SD  57770
margibettelyoun@redcloudschool.org
605/867-5888 ext. 2216

 


 

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, and familial status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs).

To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-5964 (TOD).