Creighton Preparatory School is currently accepting applications for the position of Director of College Counseling starting in August 2022.
The Director of College Counseling will work in collaboration with school guidance counselors to provide students and parents with specialized expertise and insight into the college admissions and scholarship application processes.
- Coordinating and managing programming related to the college admissions and scholarship application processes.
- Organizing and managing college visits and maintaining positive relationships with college partners.
- Preparing, organizing, and presenting college admissions and scholarship information to students and parents.
- Providing individualized college counseling as needed.
- Minimum of three years of proven college counseling experience with the ability to provide references indicating exceptional performance in the area of college counseling.
- Master’s degree or higher preferred.
- Knowledge of colleges and universities nationwide: their academic programs, admission policies, and financial aid policies and procedures.
- Excellent communicator and collaborator.
- Creative problem solver.
- Knowledge of Naviance strongly preferred.
- Commitment to the mission and values of a Jesuit, Catholic, college preparatory high school.
Compensation and Benefits
- Compensation for this full-time position is based on background and related work experience and is highly competitive with surrounding school districts
- Health insurance and retirement
- Opportunity to work with talented and motivated students and parents
- Highly collegial, professional, and engaging work environment
- Creighton Prep is a Catholic, Jesuit college preparatory school, and the faculty and staff are committed to living out those values personally and professionally
Interested candidates should email a letter of introduction and a résumé to Head of School Jim Bopp.
The Alumni Volunteer Corps (AVC) is an opportunity for Creighton Prep graduates who have recently graduated from college to once again become involved in the school. Simply put, it provides them the opportunity to use their gifts to serve within the Prep community over the course of the academic year.
It is ideal for Prep grads who would like to do real and meaningful work as teachers, coaches, tutors, etc., helping current Prep students become men of faith, scholarship, leadership and service.
A year in the AVC is also a great opportunity for alumni to gain valuable work experience as they discern the next steps in their lives as Men for Others.
“The AVC program has reinforced the values I learned as a student at Prep. It has opened my eyes to how many ways Prep prepared me for life after high school, and how the school continues to expand its services for current and incoming students.” — Will Hausman ‘14, former Alumni Volunteer Corps member