Visitation Academy is an independent, Catholic school educating young boys, girls and young women ages 2 to 18. The Lower School includes a co-ed Montessori preschool and an all girls program in grades 1-5. The Middle School offers an all-girls program for grades 6-8. The Upper School offers a challenging college preparatory program for young women in grades 9 through 12. Visitation Academy is an equal opportunity employer.
Middle School Teachers
Visitation Academy is an independent Catholic school offering a coeducational Montessori program in Grades Toddler through Kindergarten and an all-girls environment in Grades 1 through 12. Visitation is currently seeking full-time Middle School teachers beginning with the 2019-2020 school year.
The ideal candidate is a practicing Catholic, holds a bachelor’s degree (a master’s degree is preferred), is certified to teach middle school, and has previous middle school teaching experience. Applicants should have the flexibility to teach in a variety of core disciplines.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis Visitation Archives Summer Internship
Duration: 11 weeks (May 28, 2019- August 9, 2019)
Hours: 15-20 hours/week between the hours of 8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday through Friday.
St. Louis Visitation Archives is seeking a graduate student or recent graduate with a degree in archives, libraries, or museum studies to fully process the Rock Island Visitation Monastery and Academy records. This collection is approximately 25 linear feet of documents, photographs, artifacts, and artwork.
This position will allow an individual to work independently, while reporting to the Archivist and collaborating with the Sister from Rock Island Monastery. Tasks include developing a preliminary processing plan, physically processing the entire collection, identifying materials for social media posts/digitization, and developing a finding aid on our Re:discovery software.
Rock Island Monastery and Academy, Villa de Chantal, traces its founding back to 1853 when a group of four Sisters traveled from Montluel, France to Keokuk, IA, to establish a convent and school. In 1865, the house decided to move: half of the Sisters went to Maysville, KY and the other half to Suspension Bridge, NY. After spending 34 years in Maysville, the Sisters decided to relocate again to Rock Island, Illinois. When the Monastery closed in 1992, six of the eleven remaining Sisters joined the St. Louis Sisters of the Visitation and brought their archives with them.
If the collection is processed in less than 11 weeks, then there is the opportunity to work on additional collections within the archives.
- Process, arrange, and describe the archival collection according to professional standards and best practices
- Develop and execute a processing plan
- Develop a finding aid upon completion of the physical processing of the collection
- Collaborate with the Sister from Rock Island Monastery
- Communicate with the Archivist on the project’s progress
- Identify materials that need to be restricted
- Identify materials for digitization and for social media posts
- Graduate student or recent graduate with a degree in the field of archives, museum studies, or library science
- Experience in archival processing and demonstrated understanding of the principles of arrangement and description
- Ability to work independently
- Experience with archival software and/or ability to learn new archival software (Re:Discovery software)
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to safely move lift and bend with boxes or volumes weighing up to 40 pounds; ability to climb and reach on step stools.
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references by email no later than March 15, 2019 to:
Amanda Gesiorski, C.A.
St. Louis Visitation Archives
Upper School Principal Job Description:
Upper School Principal
View the Upper School Principal Description here. For more information about the Upper School Principal position please contact Carney, Sandoe & Associates.