Employment

Employment Opportunities

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy has a rich and tremendous history,  marked by God’s grace and incredible people doing what He has called them to do.  This could be the place for you!  Looking for a career in Christian education? We’d love to meet you! Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following positions.


  • Assistant Varsity Coach (Boys Lacrosse)
  • 7th Grade Coach (Volleyball)
  • 8th Grade Coach (Volleyball)
  • JV Coach (Girls Tennis)
Community Advocate for the School of Arts and Humanities, Part-time

Summary:
The Community Advocate for the School of Arts and Humanities (SOAH) assists the SOAH head in all aspects of administering the SOAH program. He or she is also charged to educate and cultivate servants for Christ as he or she interacts with the CVCA student body. Primary responsibilities include internal and external communication, planning out-of-school SOAH activities and field trips, and managing the mentoring program linking SOAH students to industry professionals. Significant networking skills are required to identify, recruit, and develop mentors and internship placements for SOAH students. Other duties may be required as assigned by the SOAH head or administration.

Position Requirements:
Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values
Passion to assist SOAH in a Christian environment with the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
Strong communication skills
Networking ability, particularly in career fields related to the Arts and Humanities in Northeast Ohio
General administrative skills, including computer proficiency
Ability to work independently; self-motivated

Ideal Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in a field connected to the Arts and/or Humanities
Experience using Google Apps in an administrative and educational environment

Interested candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale, jmicale@cvcaroyals.org.

Science Educator - Middle School and Physical Science Focus, Full-time

Summary:
A CVCA science teacher is called to educate and cultivate servants for Christ within his or her science classroom and other interactions with the CVCA student body. Each science educator is responsible for teaching six sections of science classes, collaborating with other faculty in revising and developing the science curriculum at CVCA, and performing any other non-teaching duties as assigned by administration.

Position Requirements:
Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values
Passion to teach science in a Christian environment with the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
A clear desire and ability to teach in a student-centered learning environment
Interest in innovatively and appropriately bringing technology (including Chromebooks) into the classroom to support student learning
Strong communication skills
Bachelor’s degree in science education or a closely related field
ACSI certification or ability to obtain ACSI certification in science prior to employment

Ideal Qualifications:
State of Ohio teaching certificate, Grades 4-9 or 6-12 science
Five years’ experience teaching science in grades 6-12 at various levels
Demonstrated experience in innovatively and appropriately bringing technology (including Chromebooks) into the classroom to amplify and accelerate student learning
Ability and interest in involvement in the CVCA co-curricular program (related experience preferred)

Note:
While a teacher with comprehensive science content mastery and 6-12 certification is desired, teachers with more narrow content mastery or certification (e.g. Physical/Earth Science only, 4-9 certification, etc) are encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale, jmicale@cvcaroyals.org.

Academic Success Coach, Full or Part-time

Summary:
The Office of Academic Success and Instructional Services (OASIS) seeks to maximize the success of every CVCA student. While the OASIS is available for all CVCA students, OASIS learning coaches focus primarily on assisting identified and at-risk students, increasing student success through a combination of intervention, accommodations, organizational training, and goal setting with accountability. An OASIS learning coach seeks to train his or her students to increase in their ability to self-regulate their own academic achievement and progress, diminishing students’ need for formal academic support over time.

Position Requirements:
Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values
Passion for building relationships with students and faculty in a Christian environment with the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
A clear desire and ability to work in a student-centered learning environment
Broad content competency in middle and secondary level academics Interest in innovatively and appropriately using technology (including Chromebooks) to support student learning
Demonstrated strong communication, organizational and leadership skills
Patient and flexible while working toward student success
Bachelor’s degree
Secondary ACSI teaching certification or ability to obtain certification prior to employment

Ideal Qualifications:
Middle and/or high school Ohio teaching certificate, Intervention Specialist preferred ACSI Special Education Specialist Bachelor or Master degree in Special Education, Educational Intervention, or a related field Five years’ experience teaching grades 6-12 at various levels. Experience in middle/high school student support services, especially academic demonstrated success in tutoring students who desire/need to increase their score on various standardized assessments, including but not limited to state mandated tests. Demonstrated experience in innovatively and appropriately bringing Chromebooks and other technologies into the classroom to amplify and accelerate student learning.
Ability and interest in involvement in co-curriculars (related experience preferred).

Interested candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale, jmicale@cvcaroyals.org.

Learning Commons Director, Full or Part-time

Summary:
The Learning Commons is a place for students to collaborate, create, study, socialize, and hang out in a coffee house atmosphere. The Learning Commons Director is a highly student-centric individual who leads a team that manages the Learning Commons environment, provides oversight and supervision in all Learning Commons spaces, builds relationships with students, creates and promotes Learning Commons programming and activities, and oversees the resource collection (cataloging, maintaining, repairing, and circulating).

Position Requirements:
Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values
Passion for building relationships with students and faculty in a Christian environment with the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
A clear desire and ability to work in a student-centered learning environment
Passion to promote non-traditional learning for students through programming and enrichment opportunities
Interest in innovatively and appropriately using technology (including Chromebooks) to support student learning
Collaborates effectively with teachers and other staff
Strong communication skills
Demonstrated leadership ability Bachelor’s degree

Ideal Qualifications:
State of Ohio teaching certificate, ACSI certification
Experience teaching in grades 7-12
Experience planning and promoting events for high school environment
Ability and interest in involvement in the CVCA co-curricular program (related experience preferred)

Interested candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale, jmicale@cvcaroyals.org.

Middle School Teacher - Social Studies and Bible Focus, Full-time

Summary:
A CVCA Social Studies and Bible teacher is called to educate and cultivate servants for Christ within his or her social studies and Bible classroom and other interactions with the CVCA student body. Each teacher is responsible for teaching six sections of social studies and/or Bible classes, collaborating with other faculty in revising and developing the curriculum at CVCA, and performing any other non-teaching duties as assigned by administration.

Position Requirements:
Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values
Passion to teach social studies and Bible in a Christian environment with the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
A clear desire and ability to teach in a student-centered learning environment
Interest in innovatively and appropriately bringing technology (including Chromebooks) into the classroom to support student learning Strong communication skills
Bachelor’s degree in social studies and/or Bible education, or a closely related field ACSI certification or ability to obtain ACSI certification prior to employment

Ideal Qualifications:
State of Ohio teaching certificate, Grades 4-9 or 6-12 social studies Five years’ experience teaching social studies and/or Bible in grades 6-12 at various levels
Demonstrated experience in innovatively and appropriately bringing technology (including Chromebooks) into the classroom to amplify and accelerate student learning
Ability and interest in involvement in the CVCA co-curricular program (related experience preferred)

Interested candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale, jmicale@cvcaroyals.org.

Physical Education and Health Educator, Full or Part-time

Summary:
A CVCA physical education and health teacher is called to educate and cultivate servants for Christ within his or her classroom and other interactions with the CVCA student body. Each educator is responsible for teaching six sections of physical education and health classes, collaborating with other faculty in revising and developing the physical education and health curriculum at CVCA, and performing any other non-teaching duties as assigned by administration.

Position Requirements:
Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values Passion to teach physical education and health in a Christian environment with the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
A clear desire and ability to teach in a student-centered learning environment
Interest in innovatively and appropriately bringing technology (including Chromebooks) into the classroom to support student learning
Strong communication skills Ability and interest in involvement in the CVCA athletic program (related experience preferred)
Bachelor’s degree in physical and/or health education, or a closely related field ACSI certification or ability to obtain ACSI certification in physical education and health prior to employment

Ideal Qualifications:
State of Ohio teaching certificate, Grades 6-12 physical education and health
Five years’ experience teaching physical education and health in grades 6-12 at various levels
Demonstrated experience in innovatively and appropriately bringing technology (including Chromebooks) into the classroom to amplify and accelerate student learning

Interested candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale, jmicale@cvcaroyals.org.

Teacher candidates should send resume, philosophy of Christian education, and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale.
Coaching candidates should send information to Jon Young, Athletic Director.
Facilities resumes can be sent to Steve Douglas or dropped off at the front office.
Fine Arts resumes can be sent to Jeanie Micale.

CVCA is made up of Christian faculty and staff who share their faith daily, and families whose devotion to their children is obvious. I grew up at this school, and as a family we spent as much time here as we did at home on many days! I’m so glad to have my children here today so they can experience all that CVCA has to offer, and returning here to teach was like coming home.

Joy Meszaros ’89

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age or disability. It is our intention that all qualified applicants are given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors.Additional Employment Opportunities at area Christian schools listed on the GCCAA (Greater Cleveland Christian Administrators’ Association) website.