Elder High School. A Great Place to Work.
We are a school driven by the pursuit of Altiora according to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church - the same characteristic we look for in our employees.
Tuition Management Assistant (part-time)
Elder High School, an all-boys Catholic high school in Cincinnati, Ohio, is seeking qualified applicants for a Tuition Management Assistant. Qualified candidates will be customer service focused, detail oriented, and able to work in a fast-paced environment. Preferred applicants will have experience with FACTS Tuition Management and QuickBooks and have strong Excel skills.
Working with the Business Manager and Staff Accountant, the position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the tuition administration of Elder High School, bank account reconciliation, various business office records management and support of business office functions.
High school diploma or GED. Excellent customer service skills. Strong computer skills with a focus on office applications and methods. Ability to perform mathematical calculations and/or verify information accurately. Effectively using organizational and planning skills with attention to detail and follow through.
The position is part time, averaging 20-hours per week, throughout the calendar year and benefit eligible. There are some evening and weekend hours.
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to email@example.com.
Background Checks for Teaching & Non-Teaching Employees
Elder High School follows the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s policy regarding background checks for teaching (certificated) and non-teaching employees.
All teaching and non-teaching employees are required to have FBI (federal) and BCI (state) fingerprints completed prior to employment at Elder High School. Additionally, a one-time only Selection.com Electronic Background Check is to be completed at the same time. Once the checks return with no issues, the employee is cleared to start his/her employment at Elder.
Teaching (certificated) employees are required only to complete FBI fingerprints every five (5) years, with the exception of those who have lived outside the State of Ohio within those five (5) years. Those employees would be required to complete BCI fingerprints in addition to the FBI fingerprints.
Non-teaching employees are required to complete both FBI and BCI fingerprinting every five (5) years.
Following the suggestion of the Ohio Department of Education, Elder High School has adopted the policy with regards to completing fingerprints prior to the upcoming school year on any employee who has expiring fingerprints within that school year.
Elder High School
3900 Vincent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45205
Susan Summers, HR Manager