Reporting to the President of the school and working closely with several program and school-wide administrators, the Director of Corporate Operations and Auxiliary Programs will be responsible for the school’s safety and security programs, transportation, risk management, food service, Breakthrough Miami, and for the development and management of current Auxiliary Programs and new alternative revenue centers for the school. As a member of the school’s administrative team, her or she will serve as a school leader in helping shape and implement the financial sustainability of the institution.
Essential Functions and Tasks:
Develop, establish, and execute corporate operating policies to support the school’s mission
Develop strong relationships with the school’s Board of Trustees and Board of Advisors
Develop, implement, and evaluate different profit centers for the corporation
Provide additional compensation opportunities for faculty, staff, students, and recent alumni
Introduce prospective students and families to our campus and school community
Drive the development and implementation of the Auxiliary Programs unit goals, objectives, and priorities through the coordination of support staff and individual program directors.
Develop comprehensive enrollment management and marketing solutions to ensure continued revenue and program growth.
Supervise various auxiliary programs directors and staff, food services personnel, and the Directors of Transportation and Campus Safety, Security, and Services
Serve as the primary liaison between the school and Breakthrough Miami
Find, recruit, and supervise outside vendors and independent contractors slated to offer alternative revenue programming for the school and ensure that they meet the school’s established insurance requirements and safety and security policies.
Administer the Corporate Operations Internship Program
Knowledge, Skills, and Physical Requirements:
Master’s degree, MBA or higher required.
Knowledge of independent school administration, budgeting, marketing, benefit plans, risk management, and program design required.
Past supervisory and evaluation of employee and subcontractor performance experience required.
Work in a fast-paced, stressful environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges, deadlines, and a varied and diverse array of contacts.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Ability to multi-task and prioritize work.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Basic office administration, including working knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools, project management and graphic design software, DASL and accounting software.
May work long hours for extended periods of time.
Be able to lift 30 lbs.
Works in varied and changing weather conditions, including extreme heat.
The above describes the general nature and level of work. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required as they are ever changing in a dynamic work environment.
About Miami Country Day School
Miami Country Day School is an independent, college-preparatory, day school founded in 1938, dedicated to the development of The Whole Child. The school is committed to providing a uniquely diverse and enriching educational experience that is designed to prepare each student for success in college and to make a difference in life. In rigorous pursuit of excellence, Miami Country Day School provides a caring learning community focused on unleashing the potential of every student, every day.
Location: 601 Northeast 107 Street, Miami, FL 33161
Our Students & Faculty: 900 students representing diverse backgrounds and cultures; Lower School, PreK3 through 5th grade; Middle School, 6th through 8th grade; Upper School, 9th through 12th grade; 123 full-time faculty, 56% hold advanced degrees; 21% represents over thirty-two countries