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Dean of Student Culture

In this full-time, 12-month administrative position, you will serve as a member of the academic leadership team (ALT) and report to the principal. You will cultivate the school’s inclusive, Ignatian, college-prep student culture by

  • ensuring that the code of conduct and student discipline, attendance, and uniform policies are aligned with the school’s mission, clearly communicated and systematized, and consistently and fairly upheld, including through timely, effective support and accountability for students not meeting the school’s expectations
  • maintaining a consistent and active presence during the school day – at entry, dismissal, transitions, meals, and in classrooms – to monitor and shape the student culture and uphold expectations
  • overseeing student clubs and student life activities and traditions during and after school, including dances, social events, speakers, panels, picture days, awards ceremonies, graduation events, and the like
  • maintaining robust parent engagement through frequent written and phone communication, large-group parent events, report card conferences, and individual parent meetings
  • identifying, with the ALT, student success team (SST), and attendance team, students with acute behavioral, social-emotional, and attendance needs, and implementing equitable support and accountability plans
  • training teachers to cultivate classrooms marked by cura personalis (care for the whole person) and college-prep expectations through professional development sessions as well as observation and feedback
  • assuming additional responsibilities assigned by the Principal to advance the CRJ mission

The dean of student culture also serves as lead administrator for CRJ’s summer school program.



Cristo Rey Jesuit encourages applicants of all backgrounds and provides equal employment opportunities to applicants of any race, ethnicity, religion, sex, or national origin.  Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Successful applicants will embody mission-commitment, entrepreneurial spirit, openness to growth, attention to detail, resilience, results orientation and zest.  In addition, they will meet or exceed the following requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher; school administrative licensure preferred
  • Expertise in K-12 education, especially school culture, student life, and student support and accountability
  • Strong knowledge of the academic, socio-emotional, and life skills necessary for college readiness
  • Robust understanding of the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion at all levels of a school’s culture
  • Relevant work experience supporting teens and/or young adults from diverse, low-income communities
  • Proven ability to lead adult teams and collaborate across departments to meet ambitious, measurable goals
  • Superior initiative, resourcefulness, and organizational capability
  • Proficiency using technology to communicate, track information, and engage stakeholders
  • Fluency speaking and writing in Spanish and English strongly preferred



Additional Information

Start Date
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School - Milwaukee (G41)
Job Category
Schools - Administrative/Principal
Employment Type
Full Time

To Apply

To apply, submit all of the following in pdf format (as one document, if possible) to, and include the position in the subject line. • Resume • Cover letter highlighting your interest in and readiness for this position • Contact information for three professional references (email and phone number) • Undergraduate and graduate (if appropriate) transcripts
Contact Name
Luke Harrison
1818 West National

Download an application:

General Application
Application for Teachers and Principals

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