Every Heritage Hall employee plays a critical role in providing a challenging yet supportive environment for learning and development. Students rely on our teachers, coaches, administrators, counselors, and staff for classroom instruction and guidance, encouragement, and nurturing to do their best.
We are committed to creating a community of faculty and staff as rich and diverse as the world around us. Our inclusive environment, which fosters open communication, deep collaboration, and instructional freedom, is backed by strong administrative support and professional development opportunities. As one grows, we all grow.
Position Description: Health and fitness play an essential role in Heritage Hall's balanced curriculum, which includes daily physical education instruction, beginning in preschool.
In the Middle School, the athletics program is an integral part of the Heritage Hall educational experience. Heritage Hall participates as a member of the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA) and competes for district and state championships in 14 sports.
Heritage Hall is looking for a Middle School Assistant Boys Basketball Coach.
Serve as a positive role model to the student-athletes and parents;
Teach skills through effectively planned practices at a level appropriate for each member of the team;
Condition athletes appropriately for activities requiring endurance, strength, and agility;
Responsible for all aspects of directing the team’s practice and play in games;
Teach sportsmanship, cooperation, work ethic, and responsibility to one’s team;
Monitor players’ attendance and conduct during practice and matches;
Maintain an open line of communication with students, parents, peers, and Athletics management;
Ensure schedules are communicated, rosters are kept up-to-date, and students are accounted for (e.g. coordinate with team parents and parent drivers, students ready for bus departure, remain with students until picked up);
Prioritize an environment of safety for our student-athletes;
Position Description: Heritage Hall is a coeducational independent college preparatory school for preschool-12 which is guided by our motto - TO LEARN, TO LEAD, TO SERVE. Those that have the privilege of working for HH are called to inspire and challenge our students to realize their fullest potential at every stage of a lifelong, educational journey. It is our mission to inspire in each child the curiosity to learn, the self-confidence to lead, and the compassion to serve. Heritage Hall is seeking a Staff Accountant that is motivated by our mission to prepare and maintain financial records, ensure that the company receives payment for services, and assist in budgetary control and purchasing activities. This full-time position reports to the Controller.
Continued communication with Blackbaud Tuition Management (BBTM), patrons and staff to ensure E.P.C. (Excellent Patron Care);
Monitor payments posted by BBTM to accounts and post in-school payments and credit to accounts;
Work closely with admissions on new, existing and withdrawing contracts;
Communicate with all divisions concerning fees, supplies and electives;
Post fees, supplies and electives to accounts twice per school year;
Maintain customer relations and correspondence for overdue accounts;
Alert Controller and CFO to problem accounts and prepare follow-up correspondence;
Work with BBTM to prepare background information for accounts to be turned over to collection agencies and monitor those accounts for results.
Receive and prepare deposits;
Approve purchase order requests to ensure budgetary control;
Assist the Controller in preparing audit schedules;
Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of spreadsheet, database, e-mail, and word processing software, Blackbaud experience preferred.
Strong data entry and 10-key skills;
Excellent organization skills and attention to detail;
Excellent oral and written communication skills;
Customer-oriented with great people skills;
Ability to balance multiple tasks and projects.
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent required
3+ years of accounting/accounts receivable experience preferred
Position Description: Heritage Hall, an independent day school of 950 students in Oklahoma City, seeks a Middle School (7th grade) American History teacher. The candidate should have a demonstrated passion for teaching middle school students and a compelling knowledge of the subject matter. The ideal candidate is bright, possesses a growth mindset, and is creative with regards to lesson planning. The candidate may teach up to five sections including one elective course. Salary commensurate with experience and competitive with area standards. Advanced degree preferred but not required.
Other Responsibilities: In addition to teaching responsibilities, faculty at Heritage Hall may coach or supervise a variety of activities typical to a private day school environment, including advising, coaching, committee work, or sponsorship of an activity.
Education: An advanced degree in the subject area is welcome but not necessary.
Experience: Teaching experience is preferred, but not required. General fluency with technology, knowledge of current pedagogy is recommended. As part of a school, the candidate should possess a demonstrated interest in making a positive impact on the lives and learning of adolescents, and an eagerness to work within a diverse student body in a Positive Education informed learning environment.
Salary: Competitive with other area schools.
Procedure: Candidates should forward electronically a cover letter and CV with an Employment Application and letter of inquiry to the Head of the Middle School, Matthew Carolan, email@example.com, and to the Director of Human Resources, Jennifer Ephraim, firstname.lastname@example.org The subject line in the email should be titled Middle School History Teacher.
Position Description: Heritage Hall seeks a strategic, creative, and collaborative digital media professional to create, oversee, and execute a dynamic school-wide digital engagement strategy to reinforce Heritage Hall’s position as the leading independent school in Oklahoma. This role offers an energetic and curious individual the opportunity to collaborate with campus partners to increase admissions inquiries and applications, foster parent and alumni engagement, and support fundraising initiatives at an educational institution poised for its next phase of growth.
The individual will join an inclusive community of highly motivated colleagues who pursue creative and entrepreneurial initiatives and implement best practices in the spirit of the School’s aspirational motto, “to Learn, to Lead, to Serve.” They will play a critical role in the School’s marketing and communications efforts and shape public perception and promote our community.
This position has benchmark responsibilities to support the School’s overall initiatives, but it also has flexibility to allow the individual to design and implement creative and strategic initiatives in alignment with the School’s ambitious goals. To be successful in this role, candidates will have a passion for storytelling, a self-starting mindset, and bring strong analytical skills, knowledge of social media best practices, sound judgment, and a sense of humor to the position, which includes the following responsibilities:
Actively engage with constituencies across the community to capture engaging and relevant imagery, audio, and copy to tell the Heritage Hall story across social media and other digital platforms;
Support Athletics, Arts, and other extracurriculars through the use of digital platforms (website, social media, etc) to promote events and share student, faculty, and alumni accomplishments;
Establish an annual social media editorial calendar and manage the School’s official social media platforms, including content creation/scheduling, inquiries, comments, and other engagement;
Collaborate with the marketing and communications team on curating photography, video, and graphic design content for website, targeted advertising, and other outlets;
Implement paid and organic social media campaigns in alignment with overarching marketing strategies;
Provide monthly and quarterly engagement and analytics reports based on determined KPIs;
Organize and archive digital media assets to provide access to colleagues, as deemed appropriate
Research, propose, and lead other ideas for expanding the School’s digital engagement;
Stay current on industry trends and best practices to provide digital marketing strategy recommendations.
It is preferred that the Digital Media Specialist has a bachelor’s degree in graphic or digital design, marketing, communications, or a relevant field and at least two years of professional experience in a related role. Fluency with macOS, iOS, and experience with Google Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, SEO, and other tools of the trade is expected. But more than anything else, the person in this role brings to the table excellent interpersonal, communication (oral and writing) and listening skills, takes joy in serving the needs of others, and is driven by creative vision.
Substitute teachers are always encouraged to apply. Candidates should forward a cover letter and resume with an Employment Application and letter of inquiry to the appropriate division head (see below), and cc: Jennifer Ephraim, email@example.com, Director of HR. The subject line in the email should be titled Substitute Teacher.
The Heritage Hall experience is more than just a skillset; it is a mindset where our expectations for students are high and our standards of professional and personal excellence for our faculty and staff are even higher.
Full-time employees are eligible to participate in the Heritage Hall TIAA-CREF Retirement Plan, administered by the Teachers’ Insurance and Annuity Association in New York.
Need-based tuition assistance is awarded each year. For more information, click here.
On-site after-school care is available for current Heritage Hall students.
Why Oklahoma City
Heritage Hall is located in northwest Oklahoma City. Unlike any other city in the world, Oklahoma City was born in a single day at the sound of a gunshot, settled by a historic land run. Angelo Scott, a journalist who staked his claim in the run, wrote at the time about the spirit of the city, saying it has "an attitude that all things are possible if people are willing to take a chance and embrace the future without hesitation or reservation."
That same spirit lives today as the city undergoes a renaissance. Public and private partnerships over the last 10 years have dramatically transformed the face of the city, staking a claim for the future as a pre-eminent American city.
Consistently listed among the most affordable major metropolitan areas, Oklahoma City offers everything you look for in a modern metropolitan community – an abundance of the arts, quality health care, excellence in education, and more. And it does so without high costs, energy shortages, smog, or traffic congestion.
Heritage Hall is a co-educational college preparatory school in Oklahoma City. As one of the few secular private schools in the state, we offer a challenging academic curriculum for students from preschool through grade 12, as well as unique leadership opportunities, a wide spectrum of athletics, and a well developed fine arts program.