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Bishop O'Dowd High School



Bishop O’Dowd Mission/CharismMission: Bishop O’Dowd High School is a Catholic college-preparatory community, guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ, that educates its diverse student body to build a more just, joyful and sustainable world.

Charism:Finding God In All Things Calls Us to: Community in DiversityStrength of CharacterAcademic ExcellenceKinship With CreationSocial JusticeJoy


Job Summary


The Academic Coordinator in the Administrative  department provides high-level comprehensive administrative support to the Associate Principals of Academics and Student Services and provides administrative project support across several areas in the departments.


This position is a full-time position that reports directly to the Associate Principal of Academics

Job Responsibilities

Academic Council memberHelp prep agenda & meeting materials
Draft minutes
Manage Academic Council Schoology group account
Prepare schoolside communication – Bright Arrow (transcripts/report cards/course schedules)
Coordinates Course Catalog updates
Coordinates Student-Family Handbook updates
Graduation Coordinator/Logistics
Coordinate the year end Awards
Advance Placement Info Night
Course Challenge Coordinator
Provide back-up for front office & attendance  – Tardy Slips/
Assist in emergency drills
Crisis Management Team member
Participate in the life of the school through community and academic events
Additional duties including communications and event support, as assigned
Coordinate and manage department functions including the purchase and tracking of supplies


A successful candidate will possess:

A minimum of two years of successful work experience in an office environment with demonstrated success supporting multiple administrative functions
Knowledge of administrative and clerical functions
Proven track record of managing multiple projects in tandem
Able to maintain confidentiality at the highest level
Maintains a high degree of professionalism in written and verbal communication
Possess intermediate to advanced knowledge of G-Suite and Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Work, Outlook & PowerPoint).
Detail-oriented, highly organized self-starter, capable of taking direction but working independently and collaboratively with a team
Ability to successfully exercise discretion and independent judgment to reach goals
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience using a database and performing data entry projects accurately
Familiarity with non-profit  and academic organizational structure, highly preferred
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Additionally, all personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.


Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Pre-employment background screening is required for all positions.



For more information on Bishop O’Dowd High School, please see our website at: http://bishopodowd.org.
Bishop O’Dowd High School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its employment policies and procedures. It follows the Diocese of Oakland’s policies prohibiting illegal harassment, retaliation or discrimination. However, as a Roman Catholic high school with a stated mission, goals and objectives that clearly reflect the teachings and educational philosophy of the Diocese of Oakland, Bishop O’Dowd High School reserves the right to require all current and prospective employees to commit to carry out their duties and responsibilities in a manner that clearly and unconditionally demonstrates support of and respect for the school’s mission and Catholic identity. Persons who in good conscience are unable to agree to this commitment should not seek or accept employment at Bishop O’Dowd High School.



As a faith-based institution, we reserve the right to use religion as a criterion in hiring decisions, as permitted by law, as it relates to performing essential job duties.