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ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

JOB DESCRIPTIONS (Section 800)

Leadership Staff

800 Director of Learning

Responsible To: Superintendent
Goal: Advance the vision for a Christ-centered professional learning community and allocate resources to support the SIP.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Stay abreast of research regarding teaching methodologies, teaching strategies, and curriculum development.
  3. Oversee curriculum development.
    • Supervise the curriculum review process
    • Supervise the development and maintenance of curriculum guides.
    • Assist principals in developing strategies to ensure the fidelity of the written curriculum.
    • Administer the acquisition and distribution of textbooks, software, and other resources which support the curriculum.
    • Interpret and review curriculum development procedures (100-149)
    • Serve as the curriculum advisor to the Board of Trustees.
  4. Oversee professional learning of certified staff
    • Coordinate school-wide training and in-service for full days, half days, and CPT.
    • Develop and maintain appropriate professional learning resources.
    • Oversee registration, travel, and accommodations for on/ off-island professional learning programs.
    • Interpret and review professional learning procedures (150-199)
  5. Collaborate with the Director of Finance to provide professional learning opportunities for non-instructional staff.
  6. Serve on the System Administrative Council.
  7. Coordinate the placement of student teachers, in consultation with principals.
  8. Oversee the completion of annual accreditation reports and school-wide appraisal system. Coordinate school accreditation visits and follow-up.
  9. Oversee the school-wide responsibilities of all the system coordinators (learning specialists and health).
  10. Oversee the Director of Information Technology Services in setting technology priorities and implementing technology initiatives.
  11. Arrange for one of the Learning Specialists to secure and schedule travel for a diagnostician for psycho-educational evaluations.
  12. As assigned by the Superintendent, assume other administrative responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Administrative certification with a minimum of five years of teaching experience and documented administrative experience.
  3. Demonstrated proficiency in implementing curriculum.
  4. Experience in training teachers.
  5. A record of participation in appropriate job related professional development activities.
  6. A Masters degree in education is preferred.
  7. Completion of sufficient college course work in curriculum development.
  8. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  9. Have Ministry Partnership.
  10. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  11. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar, plus at least one week preceding teacher prep week.
  3. Oversight of school administration during holidays and summer vacation.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

802 Director of Finance

Responsible To: Superintendent
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist with the development and regular review of financial/operational policies and procedures.
  3. Manage the financial/operational affairs of Morrison Academy, in accordance with Board approved policies and procedures.
  4. Work with site-level administrators and staff to implement and maintain appropriate procedures for handling the finances and carrying out the operations of the Academy.
  5. Securely maintain legal documents, school chops, and other valuable documents.
  6. Serve as the financial advisor to the Board of Trustees.
  7. Facilitate the preparation of the annual budget and any revisions, and also present the budget to the Board of Trustees.
  8. Serve as a member of Board-level committees, as designated in policy, and serve on any other committee/task force assigned by the Board of Trustees and/or by the Superintendent.
  9. Keep the System's legal relationships current, supplying necessary reports and information to legal counsel and governmental agencies.
  10. Serve on the System Administrative Council.
  11. Be responsible for the presentation of monthly financial and enrollment reports to the Superintendent and the Board of Trustees.
  12. Be responsible for contracting with a qualified auditing firm to conduct the annual audit and then, with the Superintendent's approval, to implement appropriate recommendations from the management letter.
  13. Be responsible for maintaining adequate insurance coverage.
  14. Facilitate land purchases and land sales which are in the best interests of the Academy.
  15. Coordinate major construction projects of the Academy.
  16. Determine fees for the renting of the Academy's facilities to responsible outside organizations/individuals.
  17. Be responsible for the employee payroll.
  18. Supervise those employees under his/her authority.
  19. Assume other responsibilities, as assigned by the Superintendent.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  3. Have accounting and/or fiscal management experience.
  4. Possess conversational level of Mandarin Chinese.
  5. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  6. Have Ministry Partnership.
  7. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.
  8. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar, plus at least one week preceding teacher prep week.
  3. Oversight of school administration during holidays and summer vacation.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

804 Director of Boarding Services

Responsible To: Superintendent
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Routinely communicate with the Taichung High School Principal.
  3. Oversee the application process of new boarding students. Interview parents and boarding students. Direct an information meeting regarding the dorm with parents in Kaohsiung and Taipei.
  4. Be available to consult with boarding students and parents in accordance with the grievance procedure.
  5. Attend System Administrative Council meetings when invited by the Superintendent.
  6. Investigate and authorize probation and suspension. Refer students to the Superintendent if revocation of dormitory residence should be considered.
  7. Encourage dorm parents to have effective communication with parents of boarding students.
  8. Facilitate a professional collaborative culture among dorm personnel.
  9. Evaluate the performance of all dorm personnel, and review performance with each one, at least once each year, on the basis of their job descriptions, performance rubrics, objectives, and goals. The annual objectives and goals are developed by the individual dorm's personnel unit in consultation with the Director of Boarding Services.
  10. Prepare, coordinate, submit, and oversee boarding division budgets; allocate budget responsibilities as appropriate.
  11. Maintain and update dorm parent and boarding student handbooks which are aligned with the policies and procedures.
  12. Chair Boarding Advisory Committee meetings.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Prefer previous dorm experience and/or have older children of their own.
  3. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  4. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  5. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  6. Have Ministry Partnership.
  7. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a maximum of 0.2FTE.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar, plus at least one week preceding teacher prep week on years when there are new boarding employees.
  3. Oversight of essential dorm administration during holidays and summer vacation.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

TCM 01/16

806 Principal

Responsible To: Superintendent
(On the Taichung Campus the Superintendent will designate which principal will serve as the head administrator for the campus to resolve any questions related to shared personnel, shared facilities, shared schedule, or shared budget.)
Goal: Lead a Christ-centered collaborative learning community and manage resources in order to advance the effectiveness of the school.
Duties:

  1. Spiritual Leadership
    1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
    2. Clearly articulate to all constituents the spiritual mission of the school and enable staff and students to achieve that mission.
    3. Promote Christian service inside and outside the school community
  2. Instructional Leadership
    1. Ensure the fidelity of the written curriculum
    2. Seek to inspire teachers to maximize student learning
    3. Oversee the site’s professional development program
    4. Oversee the implementation of effective discipline
    5. Collaborate with other administrators to facilitate system-wide improvement
  3. Personnel Leadership
    1. Collaborate with the Director of Human Services to make hiring and re-hiring recommendations to the Superintendent
    2. Provide staff supervision
    3. Promote a caring community among staff
  4. School Administration
    1. Administer the school in accordance with policies and procedures
    2. Oversee budgets and resource allocation
    3. Oversee proper stewardship of facilities
    4. Coordinate the development of the campus's master schedule and campus calendar.
    5. Oversee crisis management preparation and implementation, in consultation with the Superintendent
  5. Community Relations
    1. Oversee the admissions and registration process
    2. Coordinate campus public relations and fund raising activities
    3. Conduct regular Parent Advisory Committee meetings.
    4. Communicate frequently with all constituencies of the school
    5. Promote parental involvement in the school
  6. Fulfill other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrated evidence of spiritual maturity as demonstrated by the fruit of the Spirit.
  3. Appropriate interpersonal and social skills when relating to students, parents, and teachers.
  4. Academic requirements including a Masters degree in an educational field and school administration certificate
  5. Administrative experience in an elementary, middle/junior high, and/or high school is preferred.
  6. Previous teaching experience.
  7. Have skills in goal setting, long-range planning, budgeting, curriculum, evaluation, assessment, and day-to-day operations oversight.
  8. Ability to maintain and carry out an effective discipline program.
  9. Intermediate level of spoken Mandarin Chinese language preferred.
  10. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar, plus at least one week preceding teacher prep week.
  3. Oversight of school administration during holidays and summer vacation.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

TCM 12/14

812 Learning Coach

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Support teachers in a collaborative learning community
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist the Principal in:
    • Planning and implementing the professional learning programs that support Procedure 156.
    • Supporting teachers with their professional practice review (PPR) goals.
    • Helping teachers to research, design, develop, and analyze Units of Study that promote the Understanding by Design model.
    • Facilitating the mentoring program for all new teachers.
    • Coordinating student teacher experiences once placement is confirmed.
  3. Meet with the principal regularly to prioritize and organize professional learning activities.
  4. Spend time each week in scheduled classroom partnerships (assistance, not observations). Visits should be followed by encouragement and feedback, also promoting cooperation with the Library Media Specialist and ETC. Support struggling teachers in principal-assigned meetings to work on particular needs.
  5. Schedule, promote, and support teacher collaboration and workshops. This could include PL meetings and job-alike meetings. These meetings do not require the presence of the coach, but if a group struggles to achieve goals, the principal may assign the coach to attend.
  6. Meet with principal at the beginning of the year to determine a weekly schedule that includes teaching, classroom partnership time, and need-based coaching with particular teachers or teaching teams.
  7. Meet regularly with other site Learning Coaches to plan professional learning meetings and plan future professional learning calendar based on Procedure 156 and Morrison’s School Improvement Plan (SIP).
  8. Meet regularly with the Innovation team (ETC, Library Media Specialist, Experiential Learning Coordinator) on campus to see how to assist teachers to develop meaningful, innovative ways of teaching.
  9. Fulfill applicable responsibilities assigned by the Principal that are consistent with their non-supervisory role.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Teaching certification with a minimum of three years of teaching experience. Master's degree highly preferred.
  3. Demonstrated
    • Ability to work with others in a professional manner.
    • Educational leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.
    • Proficiency in implementing curriculum.
  4. Prior work experience at Morrison preferred.
  5. Demonstrate a willingness to explore innovation through attending technology conferences and/or collaborating with other coaches in the Morrison system and at other international schools.
  6. A record of participation in appropriate, job related professional development activities.
  7. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a maximum of .5 FTE.
  2. Work days are specified on the school calendar, plus two 40-hour weeks preceding the first day of the students' school year. (Compensation for this extra week is 1.025 enhanced salary in accordance with procedure 715.)

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

813 School Improvement Coordinator

Responsible To: Director of Learning
Goal: Facilitate continuous school improvement by coordinating data collection, analysis, documentation, and reporting for the accreditation process.
Duties:

  1. In cooperation with the Director of Learning,
    1. Organize the planning and evaluation process related to the School Improvement Plan. Compile and disseminate reports to stakeholders and accrediting agencies.
    2. Collect data, organize documentation, and compile reports related to accreditation in collaboration with Principals.
    3. Document that the school has responded to past major recommendations from accrediting agencies.
    4. Document the school's compliance with accreditation standards.
  2. Fulfill responsibilities as assigned by Superintendent.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Teaching certification with a minimum of three years of teaching experience.
  3. Master's degree and administrative credential preferred.
  4. Demonstrated leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.
  5. Prior work experience at Morrison preferred.
  6. Participation in appropriate, job related professional development activities.
  7. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  8. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements: Hours will be determined as necessary.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

814 Team Leader- Site

Responsible To: Principal or Assistant principal
Goal: To support faculty by leading focused, relevant, student-directed discussion about classroom practice.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Initiate team meetings to promote cross-curricular experiences that enhance student learning.
  3. Promote alignment between classroom practice and curriculum procedures.
  4. In cooperation with Curriculum Coordinator, support teachers by leading discussions on best practices that relate to system and site goals.
  5. Fulfill responsibilities assigned by the Principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Teaching certification with a minimum of three years of teaching experience. Master s degree highly preferred.
  3. Demonstrated leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.
  4. Prior work experience at Morrison preferred.
  5. Demonstrated proficiency in implementing curriculum.
  6. Experience with peer coaching and mentoring.
  7. A record of participation in appropriate, job related professional development activities.
  8. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:
Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a maximum of .17 FTE. (Kaohsiung and Taipei Team Leaders may be assigned up to 0.34 FTE when the Principal delegates some administrative duties to them.)
Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

816 Department Leader - High School

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To support faculty by leading focused, relevant, student-focused discussion about classroom practice.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Initiate team meetings to promote cross-curricular experiences that enhance student learning as well as alignment between classroom practice and curriculum procedures.
  3. In cooperation with Curriculum Coordinator, support teachers by leading discussions on best practices that relate to system and site goals.
  4. Confer with the Principal concerning the fidelity of the curriculum, the operation of the department, the assignment of teachers, the maintenance and ordering of departmental resources, and utilization of the departmental budget.
  5. Seek to coordinate/collaborate with other department leaders in order to develop further curricular integration.
  6. Supervise, coordinate, and keep files on the co-curricular activities of the department.
  7. Other duties may be assigned by the Principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Teaching certification with a minimum of three years of teaching experience. Master s degree highly preferred.
  3. Demonstrate proficiency in implementing curriculum.
  4. A record of participation in appropriate, job related professional development activities.
  5. Experience with peer coaching and mentoring.
  6. Demonstrate evidence of spiritual leadership and maturity.
  7. Demonstrate leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom including the exhibition of appropriate interpersonal and social skills when relating to students, parents, and teachers.
  8. Have previous teaching experience at Morrison Academy.
  9. Have skills in management, budgeting, curriculum development, evaluation, and assessment.
  10. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements: Will be determined as necessary.
Salary Range: Counts toward half a period equivalent time (i.e. a duty) commitment responsibility according to procedure 517 FTE.

820 General Manager

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To coordinate and supervise specific school activities to insure smooth operations.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Recognize and practice the fact that this job is a service oriented position which means being available and that there are often interruptions; a first responsibility is to help others.
  3. Provide for the appropriate upkeep, care, and appearance of the facilities, the equipment, and the site continually working toward improvement.
  4. Serve as the purchasing agent for locally purchased supplies and equipment getting appropriate bids and/or the best price for the quality needed; do comparative shopping through phone and personal travel so as to know availability; on larger projects get three bids if possible.
  5. Work closely with and work through the mid-level supervisors involving them in supervision and consulting with them frequently for opinions and advice.
  6. Develop positive relationships with the operations' staff - talk with each one frequently, communicate clearly (orally & in writing), check on the quality of work often, supervise efficiently and evaluate fairly/objectively based on job description.
  7. Be responsible for recommending the hiring and releasing of the National support staff (i.e. cleaning and maintenance personnel, gardeners, guards, drivers) to the Principal.
  8. Identify needs and make recommendations to the Principal; meet with him/her regularly to discuss campus management situations, change ideas and campus development.
  9. Serve as a middleman and as translator for the Principal, as the need arises. The General Manager also serves as a resource person to the Principal on issues relating to National staff.
  10. In conjunction with other staff, while working closely with the Principal, and as the needs arise:
    1. Serve as a liaison between the school and the local community.
    2. Coordinate arrangements and support for the school's interscholastic activities (i.e. facilities use, purchases, travel)
    3. Supervise assigned construction and developmental projects to insure quality results and cost effectiveness and/or purchases to insure that the best possible arrangements, price, and service are obtained for purchases and projects which fall under the operating budget.
    4. Be responsible for coordination of facility.
    5. Coordinate transportation of students to and from school, if this service is provided. (i.e. routes, field trips, etc.)
    6. Be responsible for the school postal services.
    7. Assist with dorm, system and/or staff housing area requests at applicable sites as pre-approved by the Principal.
  11. Work with the Principal and with the System offices/personnel to
    1. Assist the System Manager with legal matters as needed.
    2. Be responsible for dealing with local government agencies, as they relate to the operations of the school, i.e. Foreign Affairs Police, City/County Department of Education, Customs, local police, fire department, etc. and often in helping individual staff members.
    3. Assist System Services with maintaining an up-to-date fixed asset inventory record.
    4. All other assignments, as assigned by the Principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrated ability to coordinate projects and operations to the magnitude needed in the Morrison system.
  2. English proficiency, especially verbal communication skills, some reading/writing.
  3. A Christian, who has signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  4. Demonstrated Christian belief and high standards in personal and professional integrity and honesty.
  5. Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills.
  6. Preferred experience in business and/or college degree in business or related field.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Work on national holidays may be required.
  3. As a manager there are set hours on site but recognize that managerial personnel often work beyond the hours specified in meeting needs. Overtime is not automatically replaced with off time; off time and replacement time are prearranged with the Principal.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Manager Salary Schedule.

821 Project Manager

Responsible To: Director of Finance
Goal: Manage property and government relations with regards to a specific project.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Lobby government officials regarding property and legal issues related to the project.
  3. Explore all aspect of the project in cooperation with parents, vendors, agencies, and organizations.
  4. Duties as assigned by the Director of Finance.

Qualifications:

  1. Proficient English and Chinese speaking, reading, and writing ability.
  2. Demonstrated skills in project management.
  3. Working knowledge of computer data base management and Chinese word processing.
  4. Skills in interpersonal relations.
  5. Demonstrated Christian beliefs, and high standards of personal and professional integrity and honesty.
  6. Signed Morrison Academy Statement of Faith.
  7. Prefer college graduate in a business or related field.
  8. Prefer previous experience with Morrison.

Work Requirements:

  1. As established by the Director of Finance and the Superintendent.
  2. Work on national holidays may be required.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Manager Salary Schedule.

824 Housing Manager

Responsible To: Director of Finance
Goal: Manage faculty housing owned or leased by the school.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Coordinate the selection process for off-campus, school-managed housing in consultation with the Principal and/or the tenant staff member in compliance with Procedure 447 - School-managed Housing.
  3. In cooperation with the Director of Finance negotiate and sign lease contracts for school managed housing not owned by the school.
  4. Serve as the middleman between the landlord and the Morrison employee tenant.
  5. Arrange for lease payments for school managed housing not owned by the school.
  6. Make arrangements for utilities, furnishings and appliances in school managed housing units in accordance with Procedure 760 - Housing Benefit.
  7. Enforce the terms of the Housing Use Agreement between the school and the tenant.
  8. Conduct an inspection of the premises with the tenant at the beginning and end of occupancy to document any damage to appliances and/or facility.
  9. Serve as the middleman if necessary in order to resolve disputes between tenants.
  10. Respond to written maintenance requests related to Morrison managed housing and make arrangements for maintenance contractors whenever necessary.
  11. Manage the faculty housing maintenance budget.
  12. As assigned, maintain thorough records of each school managed housing unit, including but not limited to contracts, Housing Use Agreements, documentation of inspections, maintenance and repair records.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrated ability to coordinate projects and operations to the magnitude needed in the Morrison system.
  2. Mandarin Chinese and English language proficiency, especially verbal communication skills, some reading/writing.
  3. A Christian, who has signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  4. Demonstrated Christian belief and high standards in personal and professional integrity and honesty.
  5. Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills.

Work Requirements: Hours will be contingent on the number of housing units. The seasonal nature of these duties may require more work during the summer months.
Salary Range: Compensation will be re-evaluated on an annual basis and correspond with the number of housing units being managed. Part time salary (or FTE calculations) will not exceed 5% of the market rental value of the housing under management.

Instructional Staff

830 High School Athletic Director

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To provide a high quality athletic program which is aligned with the philosophy and instructional goals of Morrison Academy. This program includes curricular, co-curricular, school-sponsored, and school-authorized athletic activities which Morrison students participate in or which involve the use of the school's athletic facilities and/or equipment.

Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Oversee all athletic programs on campus.
  3. Work with Head Varsity coaches to recruit coaching staff for the co-curricular sports program and workers for other athletic programs as needed, i.e. Fitness Center workers, etc.
  4. Determine needs for athletic programs and utilize budget accordingly.
  5. Oversee and manage sports tournaments/competitions held on site. This includes arranging for competition logistics, i.e. officials, score keepers, time keepers, team transportation, necessary food and lodging, spectator seating, first aid supplies, public address system, scoreboard, rules and forms, awards, refreshments for visiting coaches, showers, towels, etc.
  6. Work with the school athletic admin assistant (Peggy) and the PR Representative (Judy) to schedule and publicize competitions in consultation with the principal(s) and/or responsible representatives of other schools/organizations involved.
  7. Review and revise Sports Handbook annually. This handbook should include a detailed description of coaching expectations and duties for each coach.
  8. Have an all coaches meeting at the beginning of the year to cover expectations of coaches set forth in the coaching handbook; cover rule changes from TISSA and/or ACSC; cover or review major topics from our sports handbooks.
  9. Ensure all coaches communicate when they will have their all team/program meeting with parents and students to cover their practice/game expectations, rule changes, etc. AD should attend the varsity meetings for clarification. The varsity coach should have the JV/Freshman teams present during the meeting, or hold one separately with the lower levels.
  10. Set a calendar date for media day for each of the sports seasons. This will be 3 times per year and communicated to coaches ahead of time so they can plan practices accordingly. Work with the PR manager to organize the photographers, i.e. yearbook, web, promotions, etc.
  11. Ensure that every coach has a handout for his/her athletes that includes team rules, player expectations for games practices, and the classroom. The handout should also include ways to communicate including phone numbers or line groups, etc.
  12. Meet with coaches individually at the end of season to discuss the season and how to improve. (Suggest to use a standardized coaching evaluation form)
  13. Assist coaches in keeping records and in enforcing the Athletic Department's philosophy and regulations.
  14. Ensure that co-curricular sports participants meet eligibility requirements.
  15. Fulfill the Teacher job description, if the Athletic Director has teaching responsibilities.
  16. Serve on TISSA and ACSC Athletic Directors Committees.
  17. Oversee the use of the Taichung athletic facilities/equipment.
  18. Other athletic requirements as assigned by the Principal

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  3. Hold a valid teaching certificate from an authorized governmental agency in the country of origin or from the Association of Christian Schools International.
  4. Have completed sufficient college course work in their teaching field.
  5. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  6. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  7. Have Ministry Partnership (expatriate employees only).
  8. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  9. Give evidence of previous experience.
  10. Have Red Cross training in CPR and first aid.

Work Requirements:

  1. Taipei: 0..25 FTE for HS
  2. Kaohsiung: 0.25 FTE for HS.
  3. Taichung: 0.5 FTE for HS.
  4. School year: Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  5. Summer: Hours will be determined as necessary.

Salary Range:

  1. School year: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

831 Middle School Athletic Director

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To provide a high quality athletic program which is aligned with the philosophy and instructional goals of Morrison Academy.
Duties:

  1. Create, review, and revise Middle School Sports Handbook annually. (When creating this, use the high school manual for reference)
  2. Have an all coaches meeting at the beginning of each season to review expectations and cover any rule changes from TISSA.
  3. Ensure that every coach has a handout for his/her athletes that includes team rules, player expectations for games practices, and the classroom.
  4. Manage middle school coaches during each season to ensure practices are organized, structured, and fundamentals are emphasized. Also ensure coaches are organized and prepared for games before and during the tournament.
  5. Work with Athletic Admin Assistant to schedule regular season games for each sports season.
  6. Communicate all games, tournaments, and information in a timely manner to parents and athletes.
  7. Work with Athletic Administrative Assistant to provide games prior to the tournament.
  8. Set a calendar date for picture day for each of the sports seasons. This will be 4 times per year and communicated to coaches ahead of time so they can plan practices accordingly. Work with the PR manager to organize the photographers, i.e. yearbook, web, promotions, etc. Players will be in team uniforms for the pictures. These pictures would also be available to parents.
  9. Welcome and encourage high school coaches to meet with middle school coaches to inform, encourage, and build respective programs.
  10. Represent school at all TISSA conference AD meetings.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  3. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  4. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  5. Have Red Cross training in CPR and first aid.

Work Requirements:

  1. Maximum of 0.25 FTE
  2. School year: Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Summer: Hours will be determined as necessary.

Salary Range:

  1. School year: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

832 Student Life Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To guide, mentor, and assist high school students through a wide variety of student activities.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Oversee the high school’s student council
  3. Oversee student council budget, including fundraising and spending.
  4. Oversee student government, including all student officer elections and class officer supervision and eligibility.
  5. Provide mentoring, supervisory, and resource services for students.
  6. Oversee all student activities, including banquets, class parties, and other events sponsored by student government.
  7. Oversee and approve all student clubs as well as maintain effective communication between club leaders and the principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrate organizational ability.
  3. Ability in relating to and maintaining good personal relationships with adolescents.
  4. A conversational level in spoken Mandarin or Taiwanese is preferred.

Work Requirements:

  1. Taipei & Kaohsiung: Maximum 0.15 FTE
  2. Taichung: Maximum 0.3 FTE
  3. School year: Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.

833 Athletic Trainer

Responsible To: High School Athletic Director
Goal: To provide an athletic training program that supports the Morrison Academy Athletic Program and all participating student athletes.
Duties:

  1. Oversee the High school's athletic training program.
  2. Oversee any athletic training interns working at Morrison.
  3. Coordinate student trainers
  4. Attend P.E. Department and coaching staff meetings.
  5. Provide input to the administration for developing the budget for athletic training needs.
  6. Provide for a safe environment for students by establishing and enforcing safety procedures.
  7. Oversee and manage all athletic training and first aid support at all High School sports tournaments/competitions.
  8. Work with First Aid Club Sponsor for coverage of activity nurses at each event.
  9. Keep student athlete treatment records and enforce the P.E./Athletic department's philosophy and regulations.
  10. Communicate with coaches and administrator (as necessary) the condition and playing status of each athlete. (ex. implementation and execution of concussion protocol which may require an athlete to miss practices and/or games).
  11. Attend ACSC and TISSA tournaments (any travel is paid by Morrison).

Qualifications:

  1. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  2. Must be hold a current Athletic Trainer Certification (ATC)
  3. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  4. Must have and maintain CPR Certification.
  5. Previous experience preferred.

Work Requirements:

  1. Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a minimum of 20 hours per week.
  2. Work days as specified by the school calendar in addition to tournaments on Saturdays and holidays.
  3. Work days will also include approximately 2 off-island trips and approximately 5 Saturday tournaments from TISSA tournaments and/or school exchanges.

Salary Range:

  1. This job combined with management and administrative duties will be a part-time position.
  2. This is a consultant position, so Morrison Academy’s normal employee benefits do not apply.
  3. Morrison will pay the employer's premiums for National Health Insurance, Labor Insurance, and government pension.
  4. Salary and benefits will not exceed NT$500,000 per year, depending on experience and qualifications.
  5. Summer duties: See Temporary Workers Wage Schedule.

834 Guidance Counselor- Elementary and Middle School

Responsible To: Principal
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Provide services for students that include: Teaching guidance classes/activities at each grade level, K-8, using the Guidance curriculum with strong emphasis on Biblical values. A task is to evaluate and recommend any curricular changes for at least one grade level every year.
  3. Being involved with students through a variety of means. These may include:
    1. teaching quarter-courses and helping in the design of the program
    2. coaching after-school sports
    3. eating lunch with students
    4. being present where students are during breaks, recesses, before and after school
    5. working with students on special events as the guidance counselor's time permits, i.e. Spirit Week, parties, Student Council, etc.
  4. Being available to meet with individual students and small groups, as needed or if requested by the principal; and monitoring the progress of any student(s) on probation, if requested by the principal.
  5. Monitoring carefully the adjustment of new students and helping prepare those who are leaving.
  6. Provide services for teachers that include:
    1. Consulting with teachers, as requested by the teacher and/or principal.
    2. Being available to present at staff meetings, teacher workshops, etc. on topics of interest to teachers and/or of benefit to students, as organized/in conjunction with the principal. Topics might include:
      1. academic, social, intellectual, and moral development and/or issues
      2. school/classroom climate; classroom management/discipline, etc.
      3. achievement test use/interpretation.
  7. Provide services for parents that include:
    1. Working with the librarian to build, keep current, and make available a limited library of helpful books, periodicals and tapes; and encourage the reading of these by reviews in school newsletters and other means.
    2. Being willing to listen to parents and then carefully refer them to the appropriate teacher/administrator.
    3. Conducting a needs assessment to determine parental concerns. Results would be followed up through special meetings, support groups, articles in the newsletter, individual conferences, staff reports/seminars, etc.
    4. Being available to counsel with parents, as requested or as need is identified.
    5. Maintaining a referral file of available professional counseling/guidance services, especially those in Taiwan, and facilitating referrals as needed.
  8. Respond to request from home school families in accordance with procedure 290.
  9. Provide services for the administration that include:
    1. Working closely with the principal and any support services personnel regarding LN students and services. Included in this might be:
      1. monitoring the progress of these students
      2. meeting with parents
      3. making recommendations to the principal
    2. Attending staff meetings, as directed by the principal.
    3. Meeting with the principal on a regular basis in order to provide feedback, discuss program, confer about and pray for individual students, and/or receive direction.
    4. Managing and/or coordinating the local standardized testing program(s), as requested by the principal (i.e. annual achievement tests, admissions tests, individual testing, etc.), and being aware of what tests are available.
  10. The EMS Guidance Counselor will not normally function as a substitute teacher or as a school disciplinarian.

Qualifications:

  1. Must have a solid Christian experience, give evidence of commitment to the Lord by a consistent Christian lifestyle, and show commitment to the authority of the Scriptures in his/her philosophy of counseling.
  2. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  3. Should have relationship gifts and a personality which enables and enhances positive interaction with EMS age students and their parents.
  4. Possesses a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  5. Have school counseling certification or be working toward certification.
  6. Prefer to have successful classroom teaching experience at the elementary and/or middle school level.
  7. Should have experiences which give meaningful insight into expatriate living and adjustments.
  8. Prefer to have experience counseling within a multi-cultural community.
  9. Agrees to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  10. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  11. Have Ministry Partnership.
  12. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in extra-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

835 Guidance Counselor - High School

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Guide students in preparing for college and career.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Provide college & career counseling for students and their parents through:
    1. providing information regarding college & career selections
    2. administering various career inventory tests
    3. assisting with college applications, transcripts, recommendations, etc.
    4. hosting college representatives and providing for the necessary logistics
    5. planning and hosting an annual college and career related events
    6. Meet with individual families during their child’s junior year to discuss starting the college search process
  3. Provide academic counseling for students and their parents through:
    1. monitoring student academic progress
    2. assisting the Learning Specialist in identifying LN students, developing programs for them and monitoring their progress
    3. overseeing on-line coordinator and registrar in accordance with Procedure 202
    4. advising students concerning course selection and changes
    5. monitoring student credits for graduation
    6. supervising the high school's peer tutoring program
  4. Provide short term personal counseling for students.
  5. Organize and manage the orientation of incoming students to Morrison High School.
  6. Assist the Principal in developing the high school master schedule.
  7. Assist students with course selections, and distribute students' schedules.
  8. Organize and supervise student testing programs including:
    1. Stanford Achievement Tests
    2. National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test - PSAT
    3. Scholastic Aptitude Test - SAT
    4. American College Testing Program - ACT
    5. Advanced Placement Tests
  9. Oversee correspondence course(s) logistics.
  10. Oversee Counseling Center publications.
  11. Respond to request from home schoolers in accordance with procedure 290.
  12. Advise the high school principal regarding academic areas within the high school.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. A master's degree directly related to school in guidance counseling is preferred.
  3. Have a high school guidance counseling certification, high school guidance counseling certification endorsement or be working toward certification. During the last five years have completed at least 6 continuing education or college credits in high school guidance counseling.
  4. Having a clinical counseling license is desirable, but not required.
  5. Previous teaching experience is desirable. Must have a solid Christian experience, give evidence of commitment to the Lord by a consistent Christian lifestyle, and show commitment to the authority of the Scriptures in his/her philosophy of counseling.
  6. Should have relationship gifts and a personality which enables and enhances positive interaction with secondary level students and their parents.
  7. Should have experiences which give meaningful insight into expatriate living and adjustments.
  8. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  9. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  10. Have Ministry Partnership.
  11. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  12. Excellent public speaking, interviewing, advising, written correspondence and publication development skills are required.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar. The principal may require up to an additional week of work before and up to one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

SAC 5/13

836 Library-Media Specialist

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Enable faculty and students to integrate library resources and promote information literacy to enhance student learning.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Provide library skills instruction for grades K-3 during regularly scheduled release time periods and collaborate with teachers in grades 4-12 on assignments and projects.
  3. In collaboration with the Educational Technology Coach and Learning Coach, assist the teaching staff in the development of activities which will support the curriculum in regards to information literacy.
  4. Recognize and practice the job as a service oriented position offering the best possible service where the primary responsibility is to help others. Maintain a flexible attitude allowing for multiple interruptions.
  5. Follow procedure 220 for selection of materials, taking into consideration the needs and interests of teachers, students, and community users.
  6. Evaluate, order, process, and maintain suitable library materials/resources that promote literacy and enjoyment for Morrison patrons.
  7. Create an atmosphere of openness and attractiveness so all patrons feel welcome and desire to use the facility within the context of scheduled class use and library hours.
  8. Provide reference assistance and consulting services to library patrons.
  9. Share available resources with patrons including interlibrary loan among Morrison libraries.
  10. Manage day-to-day operation of the library media center. Rules and procedures should be as few as possible and simple to understand.
  11. Train and supervise library assistants, volunteers and student aides.
  12. Maintain accurate records of the library budget, purchase orders, billing, receipts, etc.
  13. Communicate with the administration in developing the library budget, resource allocation, facility development and usage, and library promotion programs.
  14. Communicate with parents, teachers and students regarding library activities, materials, and promotion programs.
  15. Maintain individual professional growth and development, including technological skills, in order to improve services offered by the library.
  16. Participate in professional development conferences, committees, or programs.
  17. Promote innovative use of technology, library, and school resources through training staff, collaborating with teachers, and teaching students.
  18. Schedule regular collaboration with the Education Technology Coaches and Learning Coach, actively seek to implement innovation and technology initiatives in accordance with the Morrison Technology Plan and the Principal’s priorities.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  3. Completion of sufficient college course work in their teaching field.
  4. Prefer a Library Science degree and/or specialist certification.
  5. Prefer experience as a Library - Media Specialist.
  6. Capable of using the technology available to instruct patrons and to operate the Library-Media Center.
  7. Prefer classroom teaching experience in language arts.
  8. Fulfill the qualifications for employment established in policy 3110.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar. The Principal may require an additional week of work before and one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Worker's Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

840 Teacher

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To work with students, teachers, administrators, and parents to design and implement a classroom instructional program that facilitates positive growth and change in the knowledge base, thinking, feeling, and behavior of learners, and leads to responsible Christian discipleship.
Job Description: Morrison Academy is committed to providing a quality, biblically integrated education. Essential to making this happen are the eight items listed below. Morrison is looking for teachers who champion these and who want to be collaborative, innovative, and make a positive contribution to the Morrison community.

  1. Common, Guaranteed, Viable Curriculum
    1. Reviews and develops quality Understand by Design units to ensure a common, guaranteed, viable, and relevant curriculum.
    2. Engage positively with other teachers in the review and development of curriculum programs.
  2. Evidence of Learning
    1. Implements assessments that accurately measure student progress of unit learning targets and provide evidence that informs the decision-making process.
    2. Continuously monitor the learning process in the classroom and makes appropriate modifications of lessons and goals.
    3. Engage students and parents in the student’s learning through frequent and meaningful communication. Maintain an attitude of openness and a desire for communication.
    4. Maintains an accurate record in PowerSchool of each student's learning progress and daily attendance.
  3. Instruction and Learning
    1. Uses the most effective and appropriate instructional practices to support mastery of unit learning targets.
    2. Considers student needs and interests when planning weekly lessons.
    3. Utilizes technology to extend and enrich the unit learning targets.
    4. Coordinates a variety of learning experiences that extend or apply classroom learning.
    5. Designs and maintains a Christ-centered classroom environment that is conducive for learning.
    6. Implements an effective Christ-centered classroom management/discipline program which promotes student learning.
    7. Engage with students in meaningful activities beyond the classroom which extend learning experiences (e.g. organizing field trips, sponsoring parties and/or clubs, coaching).
  4. Professionalism
    1. Contributes positively to the Christ-centered, learning focused school culture and is a productive member in reaching the goals of the School Improvement Plan.
    2. Stays current on educational issues, practices, and trends (e.g. assessment, instruction, technology integration, Biblical integration, etc.).
    3. Stays current with educational technologies.
    4. Openly supports and abides by all school policies and procedures.
    5. Engage with the principal to write and review PPR goal(s) to improve one’s practice.
  5. Professional Learning
    1. Commitment to the professional learning community process and other professional learning identified through reflective practice.
    2. Collaborate positively with other teachers in the on-going review, articulation, and evaluation system units.
  6. Christian Behavior
    1. Models Morrison’s Christian behavior and professional ethics described in Policy 3020.
  7. Model the Pursuit of Excellence
    1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
    2. Demonstrating being a 'life-long’ learner.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree. A Master's degree or evidence of working toward it is preferred.
  3. Hold a valid teaching certificate for the subject and grade level to be taught. This certificate must be issued by an authorized agency in the teacher’s home country and/or from the Association of Christian Schools International.
  4. Have completed sufficient college course work in their major teaching field.
  5. Show recent evidence of professional growth.
  6. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  7. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  8. Have Ministry Partnership (expatriate employees only).
  9. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy (expatriate employees only).
  10. Give evidence of previous positive teaching experience.
  11. Previous international travel and/or teaching experience are preferred.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Personnel Handbook.

844 Chaplain

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Support students in becoming disciples of Christ.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Provide pastoral care to students by associating with them, counseling with them, encouraging them, empathizing with them, mentoring them, etc.
  3. Oversee and participate in student spiritual growth programs/activities.
  4. Coordinate and oversee student discipleship ministries.
  5. Teach a minimum of one Bible class.
  6. Oversee the planning of chapels and Spiritual Life Weeks.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  3. Have a teaching certificate or be working toward certification.
  4. Demonstrated ability in relating to and maintaining good personal relationships with adolescents.
  5. The ability to relate well to children from non-American homes and to understand life issues facing “third culture” children.
  6. A graduate degree in theology, missions, or some other Christian field is preferred.
  7. A conversational level in spoken Mandarin or Taiwanese is preferred.
  8. Experience in working and counseling with adolescents in youth ministries is preferred.
  9. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  10. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  11. Have Ministry Partnership.
  12. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week for a full time Chaplain. For part-time middle school Chaplains the maximum FTE is 0.35, including one Bible class teaching assignment.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

845 Youth Group Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Equip secondary students to be Christ’s disciples.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living in accordance with the Great Commission, which is one of Morrison Academy’s Core Value.
  2. Recruit and mentor high school students to lead youth group programs/activities. This includes vision casting, servant leadership training, and logistical support for this School Authorized Programs in accordance with Procedure #210.
  3. Oversee and participate in all youth group programs and activities in accordance with the Code of Conduct for Child Safety.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrated ability in relating to and maintaining good personal relationships with adolescents.
  3. The ability to relate well to children from non-American homes and to understand life issues facing “third culture” children.
  4. A graduate degree in theology, missions, or some other Christian field is preferred.
  5. A conversational level in spoken Mandarin or Taiwanese is preferred.
  6. Experience in working and counseling with adolescents in youth ministries is preferred.
  7. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. FTE calculations may not exceed 0.12FTE per campus.
  2. If two people share this role then the Principal will designate which Youth Group Coordinator has the primary responsibility.
  3. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  4. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

849 Capstone Coordinator

Responsible to: Principal
Goal: To mentor students in their pursuit of interdisciplinary, creation-based, and academically relevant learning that resonates with specific student passions.

To coach senior students in developing an achievable project that fits, challenges, and fosters their passions, providing inspiration to have an impact on the world through their unique abilities.
Duties:

  1. Develop the Capstone course in the first years of its existence.
  2. Work with junior students to develop an achievable Capstone proposal second semester junior year.
  3. Meet with all students in the first weeks of the Capstone course to establish project parameters and develop a SMART goal/timeline.
  4. Aid students in finding a mentor related to their field and project, maintaining contact with mentors throughout the project to check up on students.
  5. Assign students red, yellow, or green status in their work on the project.
  6. Actively guide students through their project process, connecting them with necessary resources: physical, educational, and social.
  7. Evaluate students according to the course rubric, which should be flexible enough to be used on any project.
  8. Work with students to prepare final, public presentations on their projects.
  9. Organize public presentations at the conclusion of the first semester and arranges for informed audience members and adjudicators.
  10. Collaborate closely with ETCs and librarians in providing assistance to students.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrates a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possesses a teaching certification with a minimum of three years of teaching experience. Master's degree highly preferred.
  3. Demonstrates
    • ability to work with others in a professional manner.
    • educational leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.
    • proficiency in implementing curriculum.
  4. Has prior work experience at Morrison (preferred).
  5. Is a strong mentor and communicator, having a disposition that fosters efficacy in weak applicants and a knack for pushing for excellence in strong students.
  6. Has a wide range of skills and personally excels in a number of areas.
  7. Thinks creatively and innovatively.
  8. Is able to network with others, providing help and sharing innovative community connections with students.
  9. Should understand the importance of the mentorship program as a measure of overall success.
  10. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. .25 FTE per section (of roughly 16 students)

Support Staff

850 COMMUNITY LIAISON (FOR SERVICE LEARNING)

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Develop Christian service learning (CSL) partnerships between the school and local churches/community service organizations.
Duties:

  1. Seek to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Explore and cultivate CSL partnerships with local churches / community service organizations, in consultation with the Principal. (The middle school CSL curriculum will require a minimum of 6 CSL partnerships.)
  3. Coordinate logistics between the school and the CSL partners. (Morrison teachers will prepare and supervise their students.)
  4. Accompany middle school classes on CSL activities, whenever possible. When invited by teachers, assist with the presentation of a CSL lesson and/or the reflection following a CSL activity.
  5. Help promote a vision for CSL among parents and the broader community.
  6. Be a resource to the teachers who are developing the CSL curriculum.

Qualifications:

  1. Good interpersonal relationship and networking skills
  2. Mandarin Chinese language ability required
  3. Relationships with local churches and service organizations
  4. Demonstrated ability to relate to middle school students
  5. Demonstrated desire for Christian service
  6. Identify with Morrison Academy’s vision.
  7. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements: Work schedule may be flexible in accordance with CSL activities. Workdays are specified on the school calendar.
Salary Benefits: Normally these duties will be incorporated into the Public Relations Manager or other full time employee's job.

851 Administrative Assistant - Business Office

Responsible To: Immediate Supervisor
Goal: To cooperate with the other office staff to serve the school community.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Perform clerical duties including typing, filing, copying, scheduling appointments, answering the telephone, screening calls, and delivering messages.
  3. Serve as campus telephone and office receptionist.
  4. Cooperate with the System Accountant to maintain student billing accounts.
  5. Coordinate student milk order and student store orders with vendors.
  6. Serve as budget advisor, developing, interpreting and tracking various budget items, as assigned by the supervisor.
  7. Coordinate school mail.
  8. Provide system employees with travel arrangements for school related travel.
  9. Provide assistance to the housing manager, particularly during the summer months.
  10. Complete other projects and assignments assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrated clerical expertise and experience.
  2. Excellent English, especially reading and writing.
  3. Excellent Mandarin, especially reading and writing.
  4. Excellent personal relations with staff and the public at large.
  5. Computer experience on various hardware and software systems; expert in office automation.
  6. Prefer college graduate in business or related field.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week. (Summer site hours are normally 6 working hours per day.)
  2. Work on national holidays may be required.
  3. For expatriate employees, work days are specified on the school calendar, plus two weeks preceding the first day of the students' school year and one week following the end of the school calendar. For national employees, summer vacation benefits are specified in the National Personnel Handbook.
  4. Voluntary involvement in extra-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook based on non-head-of-household benefits.

852 Administrative Assistant - HS Guidance Counselor

Responsible To: High School Head Guidance Counselor
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Issue and update transcripts, including Cum GPA's and honor awards.
  3. Maintain cum folders.
  4. Print, distribute, and revise student schedules
  5. Print and distribute report cards
  6. Maintain catalogs and college materials. Assist students in finding and checking out materials. Assist students with computer programs.
  7. Maintain class rosters and teacher schedules.
  8. Print copies of progress reports for guidance counselors and cum folders.
  9. Create and update bulletin boards outside of Center and inside Center.
  10. Maintain a faculty college listing.
  11. Update the alumni email address list.
  12. Notify students of counseling appointments.
  13. Assist guidance counselors with word processing and data entry.
  14. Assist students with college applications, school report, and fees
  15. Support guidance counselors and promote the Center's goals and objectives.

Qualifications:

  1. Indicate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Have appropriate experience and skills as an administrative assistant.
  3. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  4. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  5. Have ministry partnership.
  6. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar. The Principal may require an additional week of work before and one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook (based on non-head-of-household benefits).

853 Administrative Assistant - Principal

Responsible To: Principal
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Perform duties, as requested by the principal, including but not limited to:
    1. typing, filing, copying and/or routing of correspondence
    2. scheduling of appointments
    3. answering the telephone, screening calls, and delivering messages as needed
  3. At the EMS levels, prepare and maintain student cumulative folders and records, i.e. prepare report cards, chart individual standardized test profiles, health records, applicable government forms, etc.
  4. Assist the Principal and Guidance Counselor in regard to admissions and school leaving procedures and records, i.e. forms, appointments, requesting records, sending transcripts/student records, etc.
  5. Maintain an inventory of school forms, applicable government forms, and teacher/student supplies; assist in dispensing them.
  6. Prepare and distribute newsletters, bulletins, and calendars.
  7. Write verification of employment letters for expatriate staff.
  8. Write student's verification of enrollment letters as needed.
  9. Administer minor first aid and oversee 'sick bay' as needed.
  10. Maintain a file of emergency medical contact numbers/persons, and student accident reports.
  11. Oversee the collection of money for student lunches, plays, student pictures, etc. as directed by the Principal.
  12. Record minutes during faculty meetings.
  13. Keep records of staff and student attendance.
  14. Schedule parent-teacher conferences as needed.
  15. Oversee international purchase orders for the campus (ordering, follow-up, requesting payment, processing orders received).
  16. Assist the Principal as needed in maintaining school handbooks, i.e. Staff Handbook Student/Parent Handbook, Family Directory, etc.
  17. Apply for and keep the records regarding student accident insurance, i.e. beginning of the year application, and additions/drops.
  18. Carry out all other assignments, as assigned by the principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Have appropriate experience and skills as an administrative assistant.
  3. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  4. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  5. Have Ministry Partnership.
  6. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar, plus two weeks preceding the first day of the students' school year and one week following the end of the school calendar. This may be adjusted by the superintendent upon the advice of the principal due to exceptional circumstances (mission requirement, graduate study, etc.)

Salary Range: FTE 0.5 and greater may be contracted. See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook based on non-head-of-household benefits.

854 Administrative Assistant - Superintendent

Responsible To: Superintendent
Goal: To support the Board and Superintendent
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Open, sort, and distribute mail.
  3. Process all correspondence, dictation, reports, memos, announcements, etc. and distribute as necessary.
  4. Schedule appointments for the Superintendent, making sure that his/her own desk calendar can accommodate such appointments. Monitor “flow of traffic” to help insure that the Superintendent's daily schedule experiences as few interruptions as possible.
  5. Maintain current personnel records that use Chinese language. This includes:
    1. maintaining the personnel records (Access program)
    2. keeping work permits up to date
    3. keeping Chinese service records up to date
  6. Maintain a complete record of Board Minutes, System Records, and related documents. These documents will also be included in Board packets.
  7. As directed by the Superintendent, process national contracts and distribute. Keep an accurate accounting of contracts returned.
  8. Maintain national employee personnel files.
  9. Process all VISA paperwork for expatriate employees and off-island students throughout the Morrison system.
  10. Coordinate the government labor and health insurance programs.
  11. Oversee the ordering of service plaques/paperweights/red envelopes for appropriate personnel to be honored at Staff Appreciation Dinners.
  12. Assist the Board of Trustees and the Superintendent in preparing for the annual High School Commencement and Board Reception. This includes:
    1. preparing/ordering invitations for Seniors and parents to attend the Board Reception
    2. requesting checks to be processed for Board awards to appropriate Seniors; include letter of congratulations from the Superintendent
  13. Maintain the System Services supply closet, ordering supplies as necessary.
  14. Insure that Board Handbook is kept current, with distribution of any revisions.
  15. Act as central communication station for System Services' departments including, office telephone, Email, reception, and fielding multi-departmental requests.
  16. Assist the Morrison Christian Association Juridical Person and the administration in legal matters, including the annual budget report and end-of-year report to the Ministry of Interior.
  17. Apply for ROC tax exemption for overseas purchases.
  18. As directed, assist the Superintendent in maintaining the effectiveness and efficiency of the office.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Have appropriate experience and skills as an administrative assistant.
  3. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  4. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  5. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Work on national holidays may be required.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule.

855 Cashier

Responsible To: Immediate Supervisor
Goal: To accurately process cash and investment transactions for receipts, payments, and transfers.
Duties:

  1. Receive all cash and negotiable instruments, to issue appropriate receipts, and to record them in the proper account.
  2. Issue all payments on behalf of the school.
    1. maintain authorization documentation such as invoices, payment receipts, for all expenditures
    2. write and post NT$ and US$ checks
    3. daily post debit memo in record book
    4. file NT$ and US$ vouchers
  3. Make NT$ and US$ deposits daily or when cash or check on hand reaches significant amounts.
  4. Account for all the bank book entries regularly and inform the related parties in regard to payment received and automatic deductions.
  5. Cooperate with the System Accountant to maintain proper procedures in tuition billing and receivables.
  6. Assist the System Accountant in matters related to the annual audit and other campus related accounting issues.
  7. Bill and send invoices to students and teachers for personal bills.
  8. File sales tax - VAT with Tax Bureau.
  9. Provide US$ and NT$ dollar exchange for faculty and students.
  10. Assist in general office function such as distribution of mail or reception duties as needed.
  11. Other projects, school services, or assignments as directed by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrated experience in accurately handling large sums of cash and checks.
  2. High level of integrity, honesty, and good report.
  3. Fluent in speaking, reading, and writing English.
  4. Prefer previous international banking experience.
  5. Prefer college graduate in business.
  6. Demonstrated computer proficiency on various software programs and hardware.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Work on national holidays may be required.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule.

856 Public Relations Manager

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To cultivate constructive relationships between the school, parents, and the local community.
Duties may include:

  1. Liaise with parents, parent groups, and school administration concerning school programs in a clear, concise, and timely fashion. If parents express concerns about individual teachers or students they should be encouraged to follow the grievance procedure (#502).
  2. Design and prepare materials to be used for promotion of school that align with the school’s mission and goals. The Director of Advancement must approve the final version of printed materials and videos to ensure consistency among the campuses.
  3. Serve as the liaison between the school and news media, including writing and distributing press releases regarding school events and student achievements to targeted media. The Director of Advancement must approve the releases to ensure consistency among the campuses.
  4. In collaboration with designated school staff member, assist with development, organizing, and production of social events that promote interaction between parents and the school staff.
  5. Participate on Parents Advisory Committee (PAC).
  6. Promote system fund raising programs.
  7. Liaise with parents when situations arise in order to communicate accurate information and reassure parents that the school is taking appropriate action.
  8. Recruit parent volunteers to welcome parents who are new to the community and offer orientation tours of the school and/or city.
  9. Other duties as assigned by the Principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Parent of current Morrison student (preferred).
  2. Good interpersonal relationship skills.
  3. Demonstrate leadership ability.
  4. Demonstrated desire to serve the school community.
  5. Appreciative attitude towards the school.
  6. Identify with the organization's mission.
  7. Committed to support decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  8. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.
  9. Mandarin Chinese language ability required.

Work Requirements: Work schedule may be flexible in accordance with school activities. Workdays are specified on the school calendar.

Salary Benefits: Compensation not to exceed NT$400,000 per year (OR 0.50 FTE)

857 Grounds Keeper/Environmental Maintenance

Responsible To: Immediate Supervisor
Duties:

  1. Regularly cut and trim all school lawns, athletic fields, garden areas, and dormitory lawns.
  2. Regularly trim trees and hedges throughout the campus.
  3. Service all outdoor trash containers on the campus.
  4. Apply fertilizer and spray for insects at appropriate intervals.
  5. Maintain general cleanliness of the school grounds.
  6. Service school equipment related to yard work.
  7. Complete other duties, as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrated hard worker.
  2. Prior yard work experience is helpful.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Work on national holidays may be required.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Laborer Salary Schedule.

859 Health Coordinator- Site

Responsible To: Principal (or designee)
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Coordinate annual health screening at the site.
  3. Maintain medical resource lists.
  4. Consult and advise site staff on matters of health concerns.
  5. Assist teachers with health curriculum implementation.
  6. Collect, review, and post required health forms in Powerschool.
  7. Send notices to students whose immunizations are not up to date.
  8. Encourage good health habits and safety through normal communication channels.
  9. Maintain an appropriately stocked health clinic.
  10. Provide nursing care and/or advice for students, as needed, and refer to a doctor when necessary.
  11. Provide first aid to students with minor medical needs.
  12. Accompany students to the hospital when emergency medical care is required, or arrange for parent or guardian to accompany the student.
  13. Make written reports to the principal when students are involved in accidents.
  14. Arrange for a nurse to be on call during all on-campus athletic tournaments and arrange for hourly payment for those on duty.
  15. Accept other duties as assigned by the Principal in accordance with established procedures.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess experience and skills necessary for working as a school nurse.
  3. Up to date nursing license (or higher medical license) preferred.
  4. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  5. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  6. Have Ministry Partnership.
  7. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. Hours to be arranged with Principal. Normally contracts would not exceed 0.5 FTE. If extra time is needed in August then the Principal may pre-approve additional hours compensated according to the Temporary Employees Wage Schedule.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook or National Employee Teachers Salary Scale.

860 Admissions Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Coordinate the student admissions process so that prospective families feel well served.
Duties:

  1. Seek to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Support the campus principal in the implementation of the student admissions procedures regarding the admission of new students (#240) and student transfers within the Morrison system (#241).
  3. Facilitate the admissions process for prospective families, from initial inquiries through formal admission.
  4. Lead tour for prospective families or train other people to lead these tours.
  5. Maintain the admissions section of the Student Management System.
  6. Coordinate admissions testing for prospective students.
  7. Collaborate with the Director of Finance in the processing of applications for Missionary (policy #1613) and Christian Worker (policy #1614) status for prospective families.
  8. Collaborate with the other Admissions Coordinators.
  9. Maintain the accuracy of campus-specific admissions items on the school website.
  10. Oversee the kindergarten “roundup” program each spring.
  11. Oversee the new family orientation program.
  12. Develop campus specific information brochures for prospective family, in collaboration with the Director of Advancement.
  13. Carry out other admissions related assignments, as assigned by the Principal.

Qualifications:

  1. Good interpersonal and networking skills
  2. Excellent English, especially reading and writing
  3. Conversational Mandarin Chinese language ability preferred
  4. Computer database skills
  5. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment

Work Requirements:

  1. Normally these duties will be incorporated into an Administrative Assistant or other full-time employee's job.
  2. Hours will be determined as necessary; with a maximum average of 20 hours per week (0.5 FTE).
  3. Workdays are specified on the school calendar. The Principal may require one additional work week prior to teacher prep week which would be compensated according to the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule.
  4. The Principal will determine the need for additional work time during June and July. These hours may be compensated through comp time or the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule.

Salary Benefits: FTE 0.5 and less may be contracted. See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook based on non-head-of-household benefits.

861 Library-Assistant

Responsible To: Library-Media Specialist
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist the Library-Media Specialist as needed. Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
    1. Assist students and teachers in finding materials.
    2. Supervise students in order to maintain an appropriate atmosphere.
    3. Prepare items for patron usage including periodicals, books, and multimedia materials.
    4. Be responsible for correspondence regarding magazine orders not received. Keep careful records for each item (magazines, books, etc.) received and correspond with vendors regarding order discrepancies.
    5. Prepare items for storage, disposal, or repair.
    6. Take care of media content in appropriate manner to ensure longevity.
    7. Rout materials to patrons (periodicals, holds/reserves, and overdue notices)
    8. Circulate equipment to patrons and make sure it is in working order.
    9. Reshelve materials to their proper place and maintain shelf order.
    10. Make/assist with library displays.
    11. Train student assistants, library volunteers, and supervise their work.
    12. Assist with inventory of library materials.
  3. Be willing to learn how to use and assist patrons with library-related technology, including:
    1. Follett (Destiny circulation and cataloging software)
    2. Audio-visual material
    3. Printing and downloading information
    4. Internet navigation and subscription databases
    5. Word processing
    6. Miscellaneous

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess experience and skills necessary for working as an assistant to the Library - Media Specialist.
  3. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  4. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  5. Have Ministry Partnership (expatriate employee only).
  6. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment (expatriate employee only).

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Contracted Expatriate Employee: Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar. The Principal may require an additional week of work before and one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.
  4. Contracted National Employee: Work days are determined by the national employee calendar and vacation procedure (#630).

Salary Range: FTE 0.5 and greater may be contracted. See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook based on non-head-of-household benefits. FTE Less than 0.5 will be paid hourly. See Temporary Workers Wage Schedule.

SAC 4/09

862 Maintenance

Responsible To: General Manager
Goal: To coordinate the maintenance of the physical plant.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Regularly inspect and report on condition of school and managed housing facility.
  3. Perform or oversee all emergency, routine, and preventative maintenance tasks. This includes making arrangement, directing, and inspecting tasks done by vendors that could not be completed by school staff or can be done more economically by a vendor.
  4. Coordinate and/or participate in construction projects
  5. Maintain positive relationships with school staff, volunteers, vendors, contracted company workers, and students. Work as an active participant on a maintenance team.
  6. Provide courier service as needed and approved by the supervisor.
  7. Complete other projects and activities, as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Journeyman level electrical, plumbing, and carpentry skills is preferable.
  3. Minimum of 2 years professional experience.
  4. Demonstrated hard worker.
  5. Demonstrated organizational skills and service attitude.
  6. Basic English reading and oral skills are preferable.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Work on national holidays and weekends may be required in accordance with procedure 622.
  3. Work hours will be based on the school’s needs. The seasonal nature of duties may require more work during summers, construction projects, and disaster response times.
  4. 12-month contract.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Skilled Laborer Salary Schedule.

864 Summer Conference Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: To coordinate the use of the Taichung campus for conferences by missions and other outside groups during the summer months.
Duties:

  1. Confirm dates, space needs, and equipment of each group at least one month in advance.
  2. Ask principals, the Director of Boarding Services, and maintenance department which rooms will not be available for use by summer conferences.
  3. Oversee reservation and cleaning services for the dorm guest rooms from graduation until two weeks prior to the first day of classes.
  4. Recruit workers, supervise, and assist with the cleaning of the dorms before and after each conference. Inform the General Manager of cleaning needs of other facilities by janitors.
  5. Arrange for furniture and equipment to be moved as necessary. Secure any breakable or vulnerable pieces of equipment (i.e. phones, TV, etc.). Arrange for furniture and equipment to be returned to original location after conference.
  6. Arrange for keys for conference users.
  7. Arrange for audio visual assistant for the auditorium.
  8. Coordinate pool reservations with the Athletic Director.
  9. Remain available to conference leader during the entire time they are on campus.
  10. Arrange for one maintenance person to be available.
  11. Before the summer, discuss menu selection, meal time and meal order numbers with Food Service Director and conference leaders. Confirm meal prices with the outsourced food service company. Inform the outsource food service company of the meal order numbers at least one week before the conference. Confirm billing information with and process payment to the food service company.
  12. Compile room use reports and food service charges, and issue a bill to the conference leader and a copy to the Business Office.
  13. Direct and supervise all student work on behalf of conferences.
  14. Communicate to each conference leader the rules and guidelines for using school facilities.
  15. Inform guards of conference activities.
  16. Oversee dorm vans reservations.

Qualifications:

  1. Possess good interpersonal relationship skills.
  2. Possess organizational abilities.
  3. Possess good physical and mental health.
  4. Self-directed.
  5. Indicate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  6. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  7. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  8. Have Ministry Partnership.
  9. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.
  10. Possess a high school diploma.
  11. Mandarin Chinese language ability preferred.

Work Requirements: Hours will be determined as needed.
Salary Range: See Temporary Workers Wage Schedule.

865 Swimming Pool Coordinator

Responsible To: Taichung Campus Athletic Director
Duties:

  1. Arrange for and supervise the cleaning, the operations, the maintenance, and the repairs of the swimming pool.
  2. Order swimming pool supplies and pool facilities' supplies as needed.
  3. Insure that up-to-date swimming pool hours and swimming lessons are within the established guidelines and procedures of the school.
  4. Arrange for the scheduling of pool hours and swimming lessons.
  5. Hire and supervise qualified lifeguards, swimming instructors, and maintenance personnel.
  6. Designate head lifeguards.
  7. Arrange the time schedules of the swimming pool personnel.
  8. Prepare an annual swimming pool budget in conjunction with developing the annual budget and submit it to the Athletic Director.
  9. Make necessary arrangements for groups scheduling the pool outside of regular pool hours.
  10. Schedule, make arrangements for, and supervise swimming lessons as necessary.
  11. Insure that Morrison established accounting procedures are followed and maintained for swimming pool entrance receipts, operations costs maintenance/repair costs, and payroll.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrated management skills.
  3. Possess certification.
  4. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board of Trustees and administration of Morrison Academy.
  5. Have signed the Morrison Academy Association Statement of Faith.
  6. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements: Hours will be determined as needed. Note: approximately .25 FTE over the course of the school year for warm weather season (does not include summer); approximately .5 FTE over the course of the school year for year-round season (does not include summer).
Salary Range: During the school year: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook. During the summer: See Temporary Workers Wage Schedule.

867 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY COACH - SITE

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Support faculty and students in applying technology to enhance learning.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example and precept to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Collaborate routinely with teachers on best practices for integrating technology in all units and to ensure alignment with the technology plan.
  3. Schedule regular opportunities to) assist/facilitate technology integration in classrooms.
  4. Regularly meet with the Library Media Specialist and Learning Coach, to actively seek to implement technology and innovation initiatives in accordance with the Morrison Technology Plan and the Principal’s priorities.
  5. Collaborate with other Education Technology Coaches, the Director of Learning, and the Director of Information Technology Services to research, evaluate, and employ new technologies that promote learning at Morrison Academy.
  6. Principal may assign them instructional duties.
  7. Assist IT Support Staff (ITS) when necessary with solving technology problems.
  8. Promote innovative use of technology through training staff and teaching students.
  9. Work in cooperation with the Director of Information Technology Services to implement the Morrison Technology Plan.
  10. Complete other projects and activities, as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrate professional level of expertise regarding all technology systems implemented by Morrison Academy and an ability to teach adults how to utilize these systems.
  3. Demonstrate extensive knowledge of research-based instructional strategies and an ability to select strategies that align with learning benchmarks and promote student learning.
  4. Demonstrated ability to develop collaborative professional relationships.
  5. Have experience with video production and social media.
  6. Have experience in managing and maintaining technology infrastructure is preferable.
  7. Hold a current teaching certification is preferable.
  8. Have experience working with students of various age groups is preferable.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar. The Principal may require an additional week of work before and one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

868 Instructional Assistant

Responsible To: Principal
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in ethical living.
  2. Assist, and work under the direction of, the classroom teacher as needed. This may include any or all of the following:
    1. Assist individual students and/or groups who need additional help.
    2. Listen to reading groups.
    3. Assist the classroom teacher, technology coordinator and/or librarian with research projects.
    4. Assist with guided practice checking.
    5. Help prepare/type students' stories/articles, quizzes, tests, project guidelines, etc.
    6. Check classroom papers, workbooks, etc.
    7. Photocopy classroom materials.
    8. Laminate materials.
    9. Create and/or take down bulletin boards.
    10. Monitor recess duty.
    11. Proof reading/writing.
    12. Run errands as deemed appropriate.
    13. Other miscellaneous tasks.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of service in working at Morrison Academy
  2. Possess experience and skills necessary for working as an assistant to the classroom teacher
  3. Agree to abide by the decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy
  4. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment

Work Requirements: Hours will be determined as needed.
Salary Range: See Temporary Workers Wage Schedule or current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook based on non-head-of-household benefits.

TCM 4/08

869 Learning Specialist

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Organize interventions for struggling students who are not meeting their academic potential, particularly in reading and math.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist parents and teachers in understanding the learning needs of struggling students (in kindergarten through grade 8) and in understanding how to modify or accommodate for individual learning needs.
  3. Observe and evaluate students who are struggling and keep documentation about findings of observations.
  4. Organize and lead intervention team and ARD meetings.
  5. Monitor student progress when interventions are implemented.
  6. Assist teachers, principals and others to identify and serve students with identified special needs,
  7. Work collaboratively with parents and staff to determine the need for intervention and assist in developing an ILP, as needed.
  8. Assist teachers and principals in annually reviewing ILPs, as needed.
  9. Provide pull-out and inclusion instructional services according to the ILPs.
  10. Assure that all special needs intervention team and ARD files are kept organized and confidential as defined in LN procedures (281 & 283).
  11. Arrange for Psychologist visit at your site (housing, work space, computer, travel, schedule, meeting times) and attend meetings with Psychologist at your site.
  12. Handle referral information at your site (communicating to Principal what dates the Psychologist is coming, distributing and gathering all referral forms, and narrowing down the number of students to be tested).
  13. Work with the Learning Specialist System Coordinator to arrange referrals and testing.
  14. Stay current on issues concerning special education.
  15. Notify the Cashier of all new admissions and exits from the LN program and the applicable LN fees.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God’s direction in working at Morrison Academy
  2. Teaching certificate in special education required

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

SAC 5/12

870 ONLINE COORDINATOR

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Support Students in Kaohsiung and Taipei to fulfill their online course requirements for graduation.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Work with the students to apply for appropriate online courses that have been approved for graduation requirements.
  3. Monitor students’ weekly progress; communicating regularly with students.
  4. Communicate as needed with the high school guidance counselor, principal, and business office regarding progress of students and online fees.
  5. Help students access courses and contact teachers as needed.
  6. Create and update online forms.
  7. Stay up to date with newsletters from Sevenstar/FLVS, research regarding pertinent course options, and filling out surveys from online providers.
  8. Arrange exam times and logistics, proctor exams and consolidate grades.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Teaching certification with a minimum of three years of teaching experience.
    • Demonstrated ability to work with others in a professional manner.
    • Educational leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.
  3. Prior work experience at Morrison preferred.
  4. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements: Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a maximum of .2 FTE.
Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

871 Advisory Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Facilitate the Advisory Program by intentionally connecting each student with a godly mentor, supporting advisory staff, and developing advisory curriculum.
Duties:

  1. Coordinate and oversee the advisory program for the middle school and/or high school.
  2. Provide advisory staff with training during “teacher prep week”.
  3. Create a community of ongoing support through at least quarterly advisor meetings and consistent encouragement of advisory staff.
  4. Develop weekly advisory resources and curriculum tailored to campus needs.
  5. Collaboration with advisory coordinators of other campuses.
  6. Annual reevaluation and development of the advisory program.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  3. Have a teaching certificate or be working toward certification.
  4. Demonstrate ability in relating to and maintaining good personal relationships with adolescents.
  5. Demonstrate ability to relate well to children from non-American homes and to understand life issues facing “third culture” children.
  6. Experience in working and counseling with adolescents in youth ministries is preferred.
  7. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  8. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  9. Have Ministry Partnership.
  10. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. Between 0.1 FTE (minimum 4 hours / week) and 0.2 FTE (minimum 8 hours / week).
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

872 Experiential Learning Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
Goal: Support faculty and students by coordinating educational experiences outside the classroom to enhance learning.
Duties:

  1. Partner with teachers and outside agencies to develop trip itineraries that promote experiential learning.
  2. Engage in ongoing communication with teachers who are directly involved with experiential learning trips.
  3. Recommend and arrange chaperones.
  4. Plan housing, meals, transportation, insurance, travel documents, and ticketing for everyone going on Impact Program trips.
  5. Organize trip budgets.
  6. Plan fundraising activities to raise support for trips.
  7. Investigate new sites/trips as needed.
  8. Act as a resource for all trips done with through the school.
  9. Work with relevant grades levels in EMS or HS to implement programs.

Qualifications:

  1. Moderate competency in Mandarin and English.
  2. Excellent phone and other communication skills
  3. Excellent organization skills

Work Requirements:

  1. Up to 0.2 FTE (minimum 8 hours / week) for HS and/or EMS
  2. Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar.

Dormitory

873 School Food Service Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal (or designee)
Goal: Pursue high standards of food preparation and service with an emphasis on nutritional value and menu appeal for the Boarding Division and Taichung hot lunch program.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Collaborate with the Director of Finance to negotiate outsourced food service contracts.
  3. Collaborate with the Director of Boarding Services to support family meals served in the dorms.
  4. Collaborate with the Principal and/or General Manager to manage food service schedules and facilities.
  5. Collaborate with Principals and Director of Boarding Services to promote the reputation of the food service program. Assess customer preference,
  6. Meet regularly with the Outsourced Service Provider to coordinate menu planning with an emphasis on nutrition, appeal, value, and variety.
  7. Collaborate with the Summer Conference Coordinator to prepare summer conference menus in advance.
  8. Provide recipes and food samples as needed. Report deviations from the recipes to the Outsourced Service Provider or outsourcing liaison.
  9. Oversee high standards of food preparation, service, sanitation and safety in kitchen and dining room.
  10. Oversee maintenance of all school-owned food service equipment and facilities.
  11. Coordinate orders for meals and snacks for school functions in accordance with procedures and the outsourced contract.
  12. Monitor and administer food service revenue and expenditures in order to provide good value for families, the sustainability of the outsourced company, and ensure the food service program does not need to be subsidized.
  13. Assume other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Have appropriate experience and skills in the area of food services and leadership.
  3. Ability to speak Mandarin Chinese is preferred.
  4. Have good cross-cultural, communication skills.
  5. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  6. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  7. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.
  8. Have basic computer skills for maintaining records and writing reports.

Work Requirements:

  1. Maximum 0.25 FTE
  2. Daily schedule will be approved by the Supervisor
  3. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

875 Dormitory Assistant

Responsible To: Director of Boarding Services
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Substitute for each set of dormitory parents one day per week.
  3. Substitute for dormitory parents at other times as directed by the Director of Boarding Services.
  4. Attend dormitory staff meetings and professional development programs.
  5. In consultation with the dormitory parents', be actively involved with dormitory students, i.e. attending functions, helping with homework, eating together, etc.
  6. Respond to contacts regarding the application process for new boarding students. This may include communication with the Principals or their designees. Answer questions and send application materials to parents and potential boarding students. Maintain the boarding admissions information webpage. Send information email to MS parents at MAB & MAK.
  7. Maintain a current listing of people in the community who wish to board students in their homes.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
  3. Emotionally and spiritually mature.
  4. Good interpersonal skills capable of relating to both students and adults.
  5. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  6. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  7. Have Ministry Partnership.
  8. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. Up to 6 days per week, usually 3:00 pm until 11:00 pm.
  2. Dormitory parent workdays.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

876 Dormitory Parent

Responsible To: Director of Boarding Services
Goal: Establish and maintain a comfortable, Christian home style environment in the dormitory.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Develop positive, loving care such as would be found in a Christ-centered home.
  3. Provide appropriate moral, social, spiritual, and physical training in cooperation with parents.
  4. Facilitate good communication with students. Remain available to students while on duty.
  5. Promote good study habits and provide a quiet study environment.
  6. Exercise flexibility and understanding in the care of individual students within the context of the group living environment.
  7. Conduct group devotions, pursue opportunities for discipleship, and provide appropriate discipline when necessary.
  8. Encourage and organize group building activities.
  9. Consistently administer established dormitory rules, and routines, e.g. bed time, free time, etc.
  10. Build trusting partnerships with parents by keeping them informed of their child's progress and involving them in decision-making.
  11. Assist with menu planning, manage the “Family Meal” in their dorm, and promote a positive reputation for the dormitory food services.
  12. Teach and encourage students to develop a healthy lifestyle, e.g. hygiene and adequate sleep, etc.
  13. Assist students in time of sickness.
  14. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Boarding Services.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working as a dormitory parent at Morrison Academy.
  2. Committed to dormitory parenting as a legitimate ministry.
  3. Dormitory parents need to be nurturing individuals with a strong tolerance for stress and capable of dealing with ambiguity.
  4. Have a high energy level.
  5. Have a strong work ethic in regards to time.
  6. Have the ability to be flexible.
  7. Have the ability to be able to work in an environment that provides a minimal amount of privacy.
  8. Have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work closely with others.
  9. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  10. Have attended ACSI/Interaction Pre-field Orientation.
  11. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  12. Have Mission Sponsorship.
  13. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements:

  1. Dorm parents are generally on duty when the dorm is open.
  2. Release time is limited to:
    1. Most school days from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM
    2. One regular day off per week, not to exceed eight consecutive dorm open hours
    3. Three additional days per quarter, not to exceed eight consecutive dorm open hours and approved by the Director of Boarding Services
    4. Three Personal Leave days as defined by procedure 784, up to 24 hours per day
  3. The work year is defined by the Morrison academic calendar, including weekends, with the exception of No Activity Weekends defined by the Taichung Campus Activity Calendar. Duty begins for the dormitory parent at 4:00 PM the last day of a school vacation.
  4. The Availability section of the Dorm Parent Handbook provides additional parameters on the activities in which dormitory parents may participate and time that dorm parents can cover for each other.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

System Services

883 System Diagnostician

Responsible To: Director of Learning
Goal: Provide Site-Based Student Testing for Learning Needs
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Provide on-campus testing and evaluation of potential learning needs students - travel required.
  3. Meet and work with Learning Specialists, regular classroom teachers, administrators, parents and other campus and non-campus professionals as needed to determine student:
    • initial eligibility using established criteria
    • learning needs services and support
    • reevaluations and/or review of existing evaluation data as determined
    • maintenance of confidential diagnostic files, records and rosters
    • other advisory and support duties.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Valid and current certificate of Educational Diagnostician required.
  3. Experience conducting qualifying assessments and writing reports for assessments.
  4. Teaching certificate and experience in special education preferred.
  5. Prior work experience at Morrison preferred.
  6. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements: Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a maximum of .2 FTE.
Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

884 Health System Coordinator

Responsible To: Principal
System Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Advise administrators on health related policies, procedures or programs.
  3. Coordinate annual health screening on all Morrison campuses.
  4. Administer the medical section of PowerSchool.

Qualifications:

  1. Possess experience and skills necessary for working as a school nurse
  2. Demonstrate leadership potential
  3. A record of participation in appropriate job-related professional development activities

Work Requirements:

  1. Maximum of one period per day of released time
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar

885 Director of Information Technology Services

Responsible To: Director of Learning
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist the Superintendent with setting long-term technology priorities and vision as well as updating the system technology strategic plan.
  3. Coordinate technology initiatives and vision in consultation with the Director of Learning and program review and development task forces.
  4. Provide technical support to the site educational technology coordinator(s) as necessary.
    1. Stay abreast of emerging technologies and their possible benefit or negative impact on the system.
    2. Troubleshoot technology problems and research solutions.
    3. Provide technical solutions and recommendations as needed.
    4. Serve as the administrator for the school's networks.
    5. Standardize network management procedures.
    6. Research technology service providers.
    7. Solicit estimates for new hardware and software purchases.
    8. Oversee the installation, configuration, and maintenance of system-wide software such as firewall, virus protection, internet filtering, web-site development, and E-mail.
    9. Assist with the development and maintenance of the Technology Plan, Technology Program Guide, professional learning documentation for technology, and network documentation.
  5. Facilitate system technology coordination and development.
    1. Visit campuses on a regular basis (meet with principal and site educational technology coordinator as necessary).
    2. Plan and facilitate the System PL day job a-like sessions for the educational technology coordinators.
  6. Assist with the development of training of staff.
  7. Be familiar with system software.
  8. Oversee the system technology budget.
  9. Assist the library media job a-like and other job a-likes in filing and tracking software licensing.
  10. Solicit feedback from staff to insure the technology department is meeting their needs.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Have the appropriate interpersonal skills as well as experience working and coordinating other technology personnel in a consensus building decision-making.
  3. Have successful experience in working: PowerSchool, Rubicon Atlas, Windows, Novell NetWare 4.10 to 5.0, Windows NT 4.0 and 2000 Terminal Server Edition, Linux, Router and HUB configuration and management, network troubleshooting, Internet protocols, TCP/IP, DHCP, NAT, IP subnetting.
  4. Networking certification or teaching certification preferred.
  5. Experience in hardware/software troubleshooting and repair.
  6. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  7. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  8. Have Ministry Partnership.
  9. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment.

Work Requirements: Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar. The supervisor may require an additional week of work before and one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Workers Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.
Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

886 Director of Advancement

Responsible To: Superintendent
Goal: Advance the school’s vision and image in order to cultivate a Christ-honoring school community.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Collaborate with the Superintendent to develop a strategic advancement plan.
  3. Develop content for this plan in consultation with SAC administrators.
  4. Implement the strategic plan.
  5. Collaborate with Educational Techs and Director of Information Technology Services to ensure that the school websites, including editorial content and design, are consistent and aligned with system-wide communication plan.
  6. Collaborate with Admissions Coordinators to facilitate customer service and procedure implementation.
  7. Collaborate with PR Managers to aid in fundraising and promoting the school with parent and external constituents.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree. A Master's degree is preferred.
  3. Show recent evidence of professional growth.
  4. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.
  5. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  6. Have Ministry Partnership.
  7. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment at Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Personnel Handbook.

SAC 4/15

887 Educational Technology Coordinator - System Services

Responsible To: Director of Information Technology Services
Goal: Support system-wide technology initiatives and computer systems in the dorm-System Services building.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Provide technical support for system-wide technology initiatives in consultation with the Director of Learning.
  3. Oversee technology infrastructure for the System Services and Boarding Services computer systems. This includes managing outsourced contracts and purchasing parts for maintenance and upgrading of systems.
  4. Manage the System Services web site,
  5. Organize and maintain a filing system which covers System Services and Boarding Services computer systems. This includes, but is not limited to staff requests, budgets, hardware inventory, and network schematics.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Training and experience in computer programming.
  3. Experience in managing and maintaining of computer networks. This includes an understanding of network schematics and a working knowledge of the technology used in the current network.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week, based on 1.0 FTE.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar, plus two weeks preceding the first day of the students' school year and one week following the end of the school calendar.

890 Director of Human Services

Responsible To: Superintendent
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Stay abreast of research regarding recruitment and orientation issues.
  3. Oversee the recruitment of personnel.
  4. Oversee Pre-Field Orientation (PFO) and follow-up of expatriate staff including,
    1. Serving as liaison for new Morrison Academy expatriate staff attending the ACSI Pre-field Orientation.
  5. Be a resource for the principals with on-site orientation.
  6. Work with new expatriate staff to help them find ministry partnerships.
  7. Establish procedures for new staff housing and host/mentor programs.
  8. Maintain standards for new staff housing, furnishings, and cleanliness. Coordinate the preparation of housing units for new staff in cooperation with the Housing Managers.
  9. Coordinate host and/or mentor program for new staff in consultation with Principals and Director of Boarding Services.
  10. Coordinate planning and authorization for logistics such as shipping personal effects, airport pick-up, school registration for dependent children, and emergency contacts.
  11. Maintain current copies of staff credentials. Notify employees when renewal is due.
  12. As directed by the Superintendent, process contracts for expatriate staff and distribute. Keep an accurate accounting of contracts returned.
  13. Maintain current expatriate personnel records.
  14. As assigned by the Superintendent, assume other administrative responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Administrative experience is preferred.
  3. Possess good interpersonal skills.
  4. A Masters degree in Human Resource is preferred.
  5. Experience and training in cross-cultural transition is preferred.
  6. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  7. Have Ministry partnership.
  8. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  9. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar, plus roughly two weeks preceding the first day of the students' school year and two weeks at Pre-Field Orientation during the summer.
  2. 35 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week. (This is less than a normal 40 hour work week because of the additional weeks of work required during the summer.)

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

891 Accountant

Responsible To: Director of Finance
Goal: To maintain accurate and complete financial records.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist cashiers in monitoring tuition billing and receivables. Assist in the design and data organization of the Registration Database and Form.
  3. Post all transactions, monitor account balances, and produce financial statements.
  4. Reconcile bank statements.
  5. Manage the fixed asset inventory record system.
  6. Produce U.S. and R.O.C. employee income tax statements.
  7. Assist in the preparation of the direct hire expatriate database. Assist in the preparation and maintenance of the Chinese payroll database. Maintain the operation of the automated postal deposit and US direct deposit system.
  8. Provide necessary information and assistance to the auditors in conducting the annual audit.
  9. Manage the computerized accounting system and provide assistance on office computer network.
  10. Maintain secure storage of accounting records.
  11. Assist in the preparation of the Board enrollment and financial reports.
  12. File the annual organizational tax report.
  13. Maintain complete records of all properties owned by Morrison Christian Association, and assist in property matters related to facility development programs.
  14. Serve as a liaison with government officials regarding property and legal issues.

Qualifications:

  1. Proficient English and Mandarin Chinese speaking, reading and writing ability.
  2. At least 5 years experience in the field of financial accounting.
  3. Experience with computerized accounting systems.
  4. Skills in interpersonal relations.
  5. Demonstrated Christian beliefs and high standards of personal and professional integrity and honest.
  6. Prefer college graduate in a business or related field.
  7. Prefer previous experience with Morrison.

Work Requirements:

  1. 40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  2. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  3. Work on national holidays may be required.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule.

892 Administrative Assistant - Accountant

Responsible To: Accountant
Goal: To cooperate with the other office staff to serve the school community.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Perform clerical duties.
  3. Help the System Accountant to maintain accounts and records as needed.
  4. Complete other projects and assignments assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrated expertise and experience.
  2. Moderate English.
  3. Excellent Mandarin, especially reading and writing.
  4. Computer experience on various hardware and software systems.
  5. Prefer college graduate in business or related field.

Work Requirements:

  1. FTE to be determined annually based on a 5-day week.
  2. Work on national holidays may be required.
  3. Summer vacation benefits are specified in the National Personnel Handbook.
  4. Voluntary involvement in extra-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule.

893 Administrative Assistant- Director of Learning

Responsible To: Director of Learning
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Assist the Director of Learning in the following areas as assigned:
    • Managing logistics for Morrison Professional Learning Days.
    • Managing logistics for Morrison staff attending other professional development activities.
    • Coordinating the acquisition and distribution of textbooks, software, and other resources which support the curriculum.
    • Maintain and distribute curriculum guides.
  3. As assigned by the Director of Learning, assume other administrative responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. A minimum of five years of teaching experience and documented administrative experience preferred.
  3. Demonstrated proficiency in implementing curriculum.
  4. Experience in training teachers.
  5. A record of participation in appropriate job related professional development activities.
  6. A Masters degree in education is preferred.
  7. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  8. Have Sponsorship.
  9. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  10. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. Hours will be determined as necessary; normally a maximum of 0.3 FTE
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar

Salary: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

894 Curriculum Writer

Responsible To: Director of Learning
Goal: Assist the Director of Learning in revising and updating curriculum to ensure that it’s guaranteed and viable.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Meet with the Director of Learning in May to discuss objectives for the following school year.
  3. Assist the Director of Learning in the following areas as assigned:
    • Know and apply what current research is saying about curriculum models Meet with faculty, staff, and/or administrators to acquire and/or disseminate information pertinent to possible revisions and/or edits to curriculum
    • Writing, revising, and editing curriculum documents (i.e. foundational documents, common assessments, benchmarks, curriculum units, resources, etc.)
    • Working with curriculum task force members to ensure age appropriate vertical and horizontal alignment of curriculum
    • Assist in the acquisition and distribution of textbooks, software, and other resources which support the curriculum
    • Maintain and distribute curriculum guides and curriculum review documents
  4. As assigned by the Director of Learning responsibilities related to curriculum.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. A minimum of five years of teaching experience
  3. Demonstrated proficiency in writing and implementing curriculum.
  4. A record of participation in appropriate job related professional development activities.
  5. A Masters degree in curriculum is preferred.
  6. Have signed the Morrison Christian Association Statement of Faith.
  7. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  8. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. Hours will be determined as necessary from year to year; a maximum of 0.2 FTE and/or hourly pay for work curriculum writing during holidays or summer holidays.
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar

Salary: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

895 DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Responsible To: Director of Advancement
Goal: Manage office systems to support fund raising programs.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Maintain alumni and donor databases.
  3. Coordinate submissions for alumni and fund raising publications.
  4. Develop basic videos for alumni and fund raising events.
  5. Management the development website.
  6. As time permits, cultivate alumni communication systems and assist with organization of alumni events.

Qualifications:

  1. Indicate a sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrate organizational ability and people skills.
  3. Experience and training in database management and publication.

Work Requirements:

  1. Expatriate employees follow the teacher work days as specified on the school calendar. National employees would follow the 12 month calendar.
  2. Minimum 16 hours per week, based on 0.4 FTE.

Salary Range: Maximum 0.5 FTE and greater may be contracted. See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook based on non-head-of-household benefits.

896 ADMIN ASSISTANT - DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT

Responsible To: Director of Advancement
Goal: To optimize data integrity in order to give a maximum number of stakeholders an opportunity to participate in the vision of the school.
Duties:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Oversee and maintain database system:
    1. assisting with creation of email blasts, mailing lists, and data statistics
    2. developing and maintaining efficient systems for data cleansing, data entry, gift processing, prospect research, and relationship management.
  3. Maintain the social networking outlets of Morrison system- Facebook, Twitter, etc
  4. Help maintain content/update content on website.
  5. Collaborate with the Director of Advancement in Alumni Relations.
  6. Enhance Morrison Academy’s presence on web search engines.
  7. As assigned by the Director of Advancement and assume other administrative responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Detail-oriented, with strong organizational, analytical, and planning skills.
  3. Experience in managing and maintaining of computer database systems.
  4. Excellent organization skills with an ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and a variety of demands.
  5. Knowledge of video production, website management, and design is preferred.
  6. Maintain necessary ROC government requirements for employment as a teacher at Morrison Academy.
  7. Agree to abide by decisions of the Board and administration of Morrison Academy.

Work Requirements:

  1. Initially, 0.5 FTE is allotted for this position. (Other job-descriptions can be combined with this job in order to attract a full time employee.)
  2. Teacher workdays as specified on the school calendar.
  3. Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.

Salary: See current Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

SAC 4/15

897 Graphic Designer

Responsible To: Director of Advancement
Goal: Prepare visual presentations by designing art and copy layouts.
Duties may include:

  1. Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Design and prepare clear engaging graphic communications for print and web that align with the school’s mission and goals. This will include but is not limited to: newsletters, branded promotional items, website and social media graphics, posters, flyers, and other marketing materials as needed.
  3. In collaboration with designated school staff members, assist with development, organizing, and production of school publications.
  4. Maintain system-wide Branding Handbook and encourage consistent use of branding throughout the system.
  5. Collaborate with school personnel on ensuring the website is graphically sound.
  6. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Advancement.

Qualifications:

  1. Indicate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Desktop publishing skills (eg. Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop).
  3. Experience and training in graphic design for publications and working with printers.
  4. Attention to detail and possess a creative eye.
  5. Ability to work in a concise and timely fashion to meet deadlines.
  6. Demonstrated organizational ability and people skills.
  7. Experience in working with websites and social media graphics (preferred).
  8. Meet necessary ROC government requirements for employment.
  9. Mandarin Chinese language ability especially in dealing with printing companies.

Work Requirements: Work schedule may be flexible in accordance with project and publication deadlines. Hours will be determined by the Director of Advancement. It is possible that work would be required during holidays or summer holidays.
Salary Benefits: Contracted employees see current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook. Hourly employees are paid according to the Temporary Employees Wage Schedule.

898 Webmaster

Responsible To: Director of Advancement
Goal: Maintain the school website of all campuses.
Duties:

  1. Seek by personal example and precept to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  2. Collaborate routinely with the Director of Advancement and the principals to ensure that the website is providing correct, up-to-date information for prospective families and its constituents.
  3. Coordinate production and website support.
  4. Generate and revise website.
  5. Ensure the website is running smoothly and efficiently.
  6. Evaluate and optimize site traffic.
  7. Promote the school website in cooperation with the Director of Information Technology Services to oversee infrastructure, maintenance, and support of technology.

Qualifications:

  1. Demonstrate a continuing sense of God's direction in working at Morrison Academy.
  2. Demonstrate professional level of expertise regarding web design, WordPress, HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and Extensible Markup Language (XML).
  3. Demonstrated ability to develop collaborative professional relationships.
  4. Have knowledge in HTML/CSS.
  5. Bilingual is preferable.

Work Requirements:

  • 30-40 hours per week minimum, based on a 5-day week.
  • Voluntary involvement in co-curricular activities is encouraged and needed.
  • Expatriate staff: Teacher work days as specified on the school calendar. The supervisor may require an additional week of work before and one week after the teacher work year. Compensation for these extra days will be calculated on an hourly basis, according to the Temporary Worker's Wage Schedule, up to 8 hours a day.

Salary Range: See current Morrison Academy National Clerical Salary Schedule or Morrison Academy Expatriate Personnel Handbook.

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