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Join our team at Bellevue Christian School (BCS), one of the largest independent Christian schools in the Puget Sound area. We create a learning community through practices of scholarship, relationship, and discipleship that transforms both students and employees.

BCS is a supportive work environment where staff can thrive professionally while pursuing their calling as a follower of Jesus Christ.

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How To Apply?

First, please review our Employee Expectations and Doctrine and Principles. Then, complete the following steps:

Download the desired application from the accompanying section below.

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Submit your completed application
and any supporting documents via:

Email to BCS Human Resources, or

Mail your application packet to:
Bellevue Christian School
Attn: Human Resources
1701 98th Ave. NE
Clyde Hill, WA 98004

Open Positions - Certified/Teaching

Elementary Choir Teacher (5th & 6th Grades)

Three Points Elementary Campus | Medina, WA | 2024 – 2025 Academic Year

Salary: Placement on Salary Schedule (determined by prior experience and education)

Start Date: Around August 15, 2024

Working Hours: Wednesday and Friday from 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 6 hours/week (contracted)

Responsibilities: Curriculum implementation and class management of 5th & 6th Grade Choir classes.

Qualifications:

  • Valid Washington State Certification (preferred)
  • Valid Teaching Certification – any state (required)
  • Demonstrated Christian commitment and relationship with Jesus Christ and being active in a local church. (required)

Additional Details:

  • Required OSPI fingerprint/background clearance
  • Must be in agreement with BCS Doctrinal Statement

Benefit package includes: Paid time off includes paid sick and personal time. Bellevue Christian School Tuition Discount for Dependents.

Secondary Librarian

JH/SH Campus | 2024-25 Academic Year

Salary: Placement on Teacher Salary Schedule – between $50,000 – $79,000 (determined by prior experience and education)

Start Date: Around August 15, 2024

Working Hours: Full-time, 1.0 FTE (contracted)

Job Summary:

The Secondary Librarian is responsible for the operation and administration of the Learning Resources Center (LRC), and maintaining library resources including books, games, headphones, and other equipment. This position is also responsible for the selection and administration of district-wide electronic resources, including online research databases, Follett Destiny library management system, and the OverDrive Sora online library.

This position requires strong interpersonal skills since this person will collaborate with faculty, and interact with students and parents. It also requires strong organizational and communication skills, as well as a person who is flexible and willing to learn new software and technology, both computer-based and online.

General Responsibilities:

  • The Secondary Librarian will support the mission of Bellevue Christian School, “To prepare young people to live fully for God in a rapidly changing world, with the ability to understand, evaluate and transform their world from the foundation of God’s unchanging values.”
  • The Secondary Librarian will model an attitude of Christ-like servanthood to students, colleagues, and the Bellevue Christian School community, as well as cooperation, truthfulness, and accountability. The librarian will answer questions with a spirit of patience and honesty. Conflicts that arise will be resolved through the Matthew 18 principle.
  • The Secondary Librarian will manage library budget(s), which includes tracking expenditures, submitting invoices for payment following accounting processes, overseeing online databases, keeping her manager and the high school principal apprised of any budget issues, and preparing annual budget requests.
  • The Secondary Librarian will maintain the library collection(s), which includes evaluating, selecting, ordering, cataloging, and processing new books and resources; inventorying, weeding, and repairing books and resources, based on the Bellevue Christian Collection Policy guidelines. This includes the following:
    • Maintaining Follett Destiny Library Manager software (or current library management system) with patron information, including updating Destiny with student and faculty information at the beginning of the school year, and adding photos when available.
    • Maintaining OverDrive Sora with ebooks and audiobooks for our K-12 student and adult communities.
    • Learning and applying new features as appropriate for our school culture and processes, such as the online resources padlet and digital collections in Destiny.
    • Managing efficient circulation of physical materials including check-in, check-out, patron notification of late books, and fee collection in the event of lost materials. The school currently does not charge late fees.
    • Following the procedures established for challenged materials as outlined in the Bellevue Christian Collection Policy and the Request for Reconsideration form.
    • Maintaining the school Collection Policy which guides how the library manages its collection(s).
    • Conducting an inventory of the physical collection every year.
  • The Secondary Librarian will also be responsible for:
    • Instructing students and faculty in efficient and successful use of the LRC, including established behavior guidelines for the library.
    • Conducting an initial library orientation, focusing on 7th and 8th grade students and new students. Introduce library organization, how to check out and check in books, where to access online databases and the Sora library, KCLS school accounts, and so on.
    • Promoting the use of library resources–print books, ebooks, and online databases. Introducing parents to the resources the school has available for students.
    • Developing programs that foster student-engagement, learning, and reading for information and pleasure, which are within budget and school policies. Programs may include reading bingo (Bibliobingo), easy-to-do makerspace, guess-the-jar, book club, and zines.
    • Training students and faculty in how to use library resources, including the Destiny online catalog, Sora online library, and online research databases. Training for students includes how to check out books, access and use the online resources, and may happen in an orientation, through one-on-one trainings, or in-class instruction. Trainings for faculty may include brief instruction at faculty meetings, after school instruction, videos, handouts, and one-on-one support.
    • Providing word processing and research assistance for students and faculty as needed.
    • Staying current on copyright issues, intellectual property rights, Fair Use, and ethical use of information as it applies to schools, and guiding faculty and students in following the law.
    • Encouraging the use of instructional technology to engage students and improve learning, including demonstrating the use of escape rooms, padlets, and other technologies to scaffold student learning.
  • The Secondary Librarian is responsible for implementation and administration of district-wide resources including but not limited to the teacher resource library, online databases such as Britannica School, EBSCO, InfoBase Learn360, NewsBank, and Swank K-12 Streaming, and the OverDrive Sora online library. The Secondary Librarian will facilitate establishing standard software tools for citation generators and MLA reference and other free online reference tools.
  • Teach information and digital literacy skills to students, which will give students important college-readiness skills including academic research, MLA citation, website evaluation, media and news awareness, and more as required by Bellevue Christian.
    • In collaboration with the Elementary Librarian(s), plan lessons and teach classes as needed for elementary students.
    • Plan lessons and teach classes as needed for middle and high school students.
  • The management of the LRC includes:
    • Maintaining the room in a way that is welcoming and gives a good impression of the school. Keep the room tidy and its resources accessible.
    • Maintaining a quiet atmosphere which is conducive to work and research, except at specific times as approved for the activity (such as lunchtime) by the high school principal.
    • Work with Technology to ensure that computers and other electronic equipment in the LRC are sufficient and well-maintained.
    • Overseeing maintenance of the room, including requesting Facilities to repair issues with water leaks, lighting and electricity, and chairs and tables.
    • Training and supervising library aides, parent volunteers, and student library aides in the routine operations of library maintenance.
  • Work with students and faculty in a spirit of genuine Christian love and demonstrate a vital living relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ:
    • Work collaboratively with the Elementary Librarian(s).
    • Participate in extra-curricular activities, committees, staff meetings, etc., as deemed necessary by the high school principal and administration.
    • Work with and advise the faculty, staff and administration in a way that promotes community and in accordance with Biblical principles.

Qualifications (required):

  • 1 – 3 year prior library experience (preferred)
  • Valid Washington State Certification (preferred)
  • Demonstrated Christian commitment and relationship with Jesus Christ and being active in a local church (required)

Benefit package includes: Medical, dental, and vision coverage options. Employer discretionary 403b contributions. Company paid life insurance and long-term disability. Paid time off includes paid sick and personal time. Bellevue Christian School Tuition Discount for Dependents.

Secondary Instructional Coach

JH/SH Campus | 2024-25 Academic Year

Salary: Placement on Teacher Salary Schedule – between $50,000 – $79,000 (determined by prior experience and education)

Start Date: Around August 15, 2024

Working Hours: Full-time, 1.0 FTE (contracted)

Job Summary: The Instructional Coach is responsible for supporting a culture of clarity and accountability in pedagogy and best practices, based on our mission, Core Values, and Biblical perspective.

Instructional Coaches observe, support, and provide resources for teachers while working directly with administration in executing identified priorities with the goal of increasing student engagement, improving student achievement & growth, and building teacher capacity.

General Responsibilities:

  • Support the Vision and Mission of Bellevue Christian School
  • Model a commitment to Jesus Christ and to Christian education as a profession and calling
  • Model an attitude of Christ-like servanthood, cooperation, accuracy, and accountability
  • Create positive relationships with teachers, administrators, coaches, and the community
  • Assist the Provost in leading the faculty, staff, and students in conducting a well-rounded, educational experience that is God-honoring in every dimension
  • Maintain knowledge of scripture and a positive testimony
  • Display patience, honesty, humility, a growth mindset, and emotional constancy

Specific Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Works collaboratively with administration on identified instructional or academic priorities for the campus, departments, and individual teachers
  • Plan and facilitate support, training, and professional development for individual faculty, small groups, and large group as directed by the Provost
  • Assist with curriculum planning and implementation
  • Regularly observe teachers to determine areas of opportunities and supply feedback to teachers and the Principals to inform future PD offerings.
  • Model lessons, when appropriate
  • Partner with teachers in coaching cycles focused on student learning
  • Assist in teacher and program evaluation
  • Oversee some curriculum content areas
  • In coordination with the Provost, develop and/or update academic policy and documents
  • Develop and deliver professional development in partnership with the Provost and other District Administrators
  • Collaborate with School Administrators, Librarians, and technology staff to ensure infrastructure and tools are available to carry out school initiatives
  • Facilitate the implementation of the TfT framework
  • Support teachers in designing Formational Learning Experiences.
  • Collaborate in the evaluation, selection and implementation of instructional technology materials, digital curriculum, and software
  • Regularly collaborate with the Student Academic Services (SAS) department to support differentiation
  • Research best practices that support 21st century learning skills and the BCS Portrait of a Graduate
  • Participate in ongoing professional development related to job responsibilities and maintaining expertise in the field.

Qualifications (required):

  • BA/BS from an accredited college/university
  • Minimum three years successful teaching experience;
  • Current Washington Teaching Certification
  • Display a deep growth mind set
  • Ability to lead with humility
  • Data-driven approach and collaborative decision making
  • Strong collaboration skills
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills
  • Proficient technology skills
  • Ability to plan, lead, and model mini lessons for teachers
  • Familiarity with Secondary curriculum and supplemental resources

Qualifications (desired):

  • Master’s Degree in Education

Additional Details:

  • Instructional coach must document work in a manner satisfactory to supervisor
  • Use tact and courtesy when dealing with teachers and administrators.

Work Requirements:

  • Operate a variety of equipment including computers, copiers, document cameras, and LCD Projectors
  • Work is generally performed indoors, sitting or standing in an office or classroom, with standard office or classroom furniture
  • Occasional bending as needed
  • Occasional lifting (up to 20 pounds) may be needed.
  • Reliable vehicle needed to travel between locations (between 5 – 20 miles)
  • Ability to speak before groups of people with poise, voice control and confidence

Benefit package includes: Medical, dental, and vision coverage options. Employer discretionary 403b contributions. Company paid life insurance and long-term disability. Paid time off includes paid sick and personal time. Bellevue Christian School Tuition Discount for Dependents.

School Leadership Positions

Staff Positions

Educational Assistant

Three Points Elementary (Medina, WA) | 2024 – 2025 Academic Year

Salary: Starting at $18/hour

Working Hours: Part Time during the school year, Monday-Friday, 8:30am – 1:15pm

Job Summary: Assist a classroom teacher with student instruction, supervision and behavioral support. Includes recess supervision.

Benefits package includes: Paid sick and personal time, discretionary employer 403b contributions. Tuition discount at BCS for dependents.

Qualifications:

  • 1 – 3 year prior educational classroom experience. (desired)
  • Demonstrated Christian commitment and relationship with Jesus Christ and being active in a local church.

Additional Details:

  • Required OSPI fingerprint/background clearance
  • Must be in agreement with BCS Doctrinal Statement

Office Assistant – Student Academic Services

District Office | Clyde Hill, WA

Salary: $20.00 – $25.00/hour

Working Hours: Part-Time – During the School Year, 0.67 FTE

Job Summary: Provide administrative and clerical support to the Director of the SAS Department. General responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Create and maintain confidential files, located in the SAS office, for all BCS K-12 students currently in SAS, which will include a 504 plan/testing, or a Focus Form received by the director related to the Student’s academic challenges.
  • Coordinate director’s calendar; scheduling prospective parent meetings, responding to therapists, parents, principals, admissions and teachers’ meeting requests.
  • Assist in Jr High and High School scheduling, therapist’s schedules, and standardized testing scheduling. Work with enrollment and re-enrollment of SAS students to maintain and up-to-date list of therapy students, campus/grade assignments, therapist assignments and number of contracted therapy sessions being sure to communicate and reconcile with Student Billing to ensure accurate billing.
  • Arrange substitutes for therapists.

Qualifications:

  • Previous administrative support experience (preferably in school setting)
  • Must possess strong customer service and people skills
  • Proficiency and comfort with technology (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and web-based platforms)
  • Must be able to work comfortably with employees from all departments of the school
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, multi-task, and maintain confidentiality
  • Previous knowledge or experience of Human Resource procedures (preferred)
  • Washington state notary or willingness to obtain upon hire

Benefits Package Includes: Paid time off includes paid sick/personal time. Tuition discount at BCS for dependents.

Pre-K Assistant Teacher

Mack Elementary Campus, Woodinville, WA | 2024-2025 Academic Year

Salary: Starting at $17/hour, depending on experience

Start Date: August 2024

Working Hours: 8:00am-3:00pm

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the preschool teacher in organizing, supervising, and implementing a program that supports young children.

Additional Details:

  • Required OSPI fingerprint/background clearance
  • Must be in agreement with BCS Doctrinal Statement

Benefit package includes: Paid time off includes paid sick time. Tuition discount at BCS for dependents.

Bus Driver

District-wide | Designated Bus Routes

Shifts can start in Renton, Woodinville or Bellevue!

Salary: $30.00 – $35.00 per hour

Working Hours: 6 hours/day guaranteed during school year, job share/part-time will be considered

Responsibilities:

  • This person is responsible for driving a designated regular school bus route daily.
  • Additional hours for athletic and special activities may be available.
  • Six hours/day guaranteed during school days.
  • Will consider job-share if candidate is interested in a 2-3 day/week schedule

Benefits package includes: Paid time off includes paid sick/personal time. Up to 50% tuition discount at BCS for dependents.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • CDL type B driver’s license with airbrakes and school bus ‘P’ & ‘S’ endorsement
  • At least 3 years of experience as a licensed driver of a passenger vehicle
  • Satisfactorily completed a school bus training course administered by an authorized school bus instructor.
  • Demonstrated Christian commitment and relationship with Jesus Christ and being active in a local church.
  • Certified in CPR/First Aid (BCS can train upon hire)
  • Background check includes: fingerprinting and FBI background check.

Secondary Office Assistant

JH/SH Campus | Clyde Hill, WA

Working Hours: Part-Time; 0.64 FTE

Salary: $20.00 – $25.00/hour

Job Summary:

Provide administrative and clerical support to the Clyde Hill Principal.

General Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Plan and organize Clyde Hill events in conjunction with administration, such as family events, ceremonies, retreats, and standardized testing support
  • Codify and print Honor Roll certificates
  • Pull data and communicate with families regarding attendance
  • Coordinate end-of-year student check out
  • Communicate regularly with community (eg. Newsletter, emails, phone calls)
  • Support and collaborate with parent groups
  • Substitute for office staff as needed
  • Serve as backup substitute teacher in day-of situations
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Previous administrative support experience (preferably in a school setting)
  • Must posses strong customer service and people skills
  • Proficiency and comfort with technology (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, BCS’ LMS System, and web-based platforms)
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and multi-task, and maintain confidentiality.

Work Requirements:

  • Work is generally performed inside, sitting, within an office environment, with standard office equipment.
  • Occasional bending and lifting (up to 30 pounds) as necessary for setting up events or meetings
  • Reliable vehicle needed to travel periodically (between 5 – 20 miles) to pick up supplies or between locations as needed.

Benefit package includes: Employer discretionary 403b contributions. Paid time off includes paid vacation, sick and personal time. Bellevue Christian School Tuition Discount for Dependents.

Substitute Teaching

All Campuses | Ongoing

Salary: $73.50 for 1-3 hours/day; $147.00 for all day

Working Hours: School Hours – will vary according to assignment

Responsibilities: Implement curriculum; class management of self-contained classroom

Requirements:

  • Current OSPI fingerprint/background clearance (BCS will facilitate)
  • In agreement with BCS doctrinal statement.

To apply for this position, please complete the application above, and submit along with a cover letter and resume, as directed below.

All Campuses | Ongoing

Salary: $19.00/hour

Working Hours: School Hours – will vary according to assignment

Responsibilities: Implement curriculum; class management of self-contained classroom

Requirements:

  • Required OSPI fingerprint/background clearance
  • Must have STARS ID and completed the licensing pre-service requirements (background check, fingerprints, TB test)
  • Child Care Basics course, CPR/First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens & Food Handlers permit. 
  • Must be in agreement with BCS Doctrinal Statement
  • Demonstrated Christian commitment and relationship with Jesus Christ and being active in a local church. (required)

To apply for this position, please complete the application above, and submit along with a cover letter and resume, as directed below. 

All Campuses | Ongoing

Salary: $73.50 for 1-3 hours/day; $147.00 for all day

Working Hours: School Hours – will vary according to assignment

Responsibilities: Implement curriculum; class management of self-contained classroom

Requirements:

  • Current OSPI fingerprint/background clearance (BCS will facilitate)
  • In agreement with BCS doctrinal statement.

To apply for this position, please complete the application above, and submit along with a cover letter and resume, as directed below.

Coaching Positions

For more information, please email Athletic Director Mark DeJonge at mdejonge@bellevuechristian.org.

For more information, please email Athletic Director Mark DeJonge at mdejonge@bellevuechristian.org.

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