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Application for Data Coordinator

Cristo Rey Richmond High School is searching for a Data Coordinator!

As part of Cristo Rey Richmond’s motivated and collaborative team, you will blend ambitious vision with clear systems-thinking to design robust measurement practices that ensure the school’s coherent and rigorous pursuit of its transformative mission as it scales to full capacity.  You will combine your passion for education as a key path to equity for marginalized populations with your leadership acumen to drive continuous improvement throughout the organization.  Your insights into effective teaching and learning, your facility with emerging technologies, and your influence with adults will allow you to empower teachers to maximize their impact through innovative assessment and feedback practices.  Your relentlessness, zest, and commitment to excellence will help form a student body distinguished by breakthrough achievement gains, a passion for justice, and dexterity in the professional world. Your interpersonal intelligence, courage, and drive to find solutions will make you an asset to an adult team that is high-functioning, vibrant, and grounded in a deep commitment to the school’s bold mission.  By giving generously of yourself and your gifts, you will build the foundation of a school that serves its students’ diverse needs, cultivates their many talents, and ensures 100% of its graduates gain acceptance to college.



School-wide Systems Development

  • Work closely with senior leadership to craft key performance indicators (KPIs) that align to the school’s mission and continuous improvement plan, and articulate the metrics, benchmarks, and benchmarking cadence that will drive the work of the organization in carrying out the mission.
  • Support the school’s development of school improvement practices that will drive focused, data-driven change around key priorities and include robust stakeholder voice and feedback.
  • Guide the school’s development of and adherence to common data-driven practices across departments (especially CWSP and Academics) and within departments (instruction, counseling, campus ministry, parent engagement) that support the intentional and effective pursuit of KPIs.
  • Design and streamline methods for data collection across departments, and establish efficient, effective means of communication of KPIs and benchmark data to key school stakeholders.
  • Help integrate internal and external reporting practices to optimize external stakeholder communication (with the Cristo Rey Network, VDOE, the Diocese, and accrediting agencies).
  • Identify opportunities, in carrying out the above, to support Cristo Rey Network growth and development.

Instructional Support and Academic Systems Development

  • Work closely with instructional leadership to identify areas for growth in teaching and learning priority areas: authentic literacy, evidence of learning, assessment and feedback, rigorous student engagement.
  • In conjunction with instructional leadership, hone data-informed assessment-and-feedback practices at the long-term (annual), medium-term (unit/quarter), and short-term (daily/weekly) levels.
  • Guide CRRHS in the continuous development of its use of educational technology to enhance teaching and learning and enable collaboration and communication between teachers, students, and parents.
  • Identify and engage in evaluation of new educational technology tools, and support pilot usage through coaching and observation to draw conclusions about their efficacy.
  • Support dissemination of proven educational technologies to teachers and students, and lead professional development and/or student training to introduce or improve the use of these tools.
  • Where appropriate, develop educational technology tools using Google suite or other adaptive applications to meet critical teaching and learning needs unsatisfied by existing technologies, and support teachers and students in acquiring the skills to develop such tools on their own.
  • In collaboration with CWSP and school leadership and select CWSP stakeholders, help design an innovative model of deeper, more specialized student-worker training and development that leverages badging and other alternative credentialing mechanisms to tailor the curriculum to specific industries and student-worker’s developmental readiness.
  • Identify opportunities, in carrying out the above, to support Cristo Rey Network growth and development.
  • Testing Coordinator (in conjunction with the Assistant Principal)
  • SIS administrator

Direct Student Support

  • Develop and teach engaging, high-impact, standards-based annual, unit, and lesson plans that drive strong student-achievement to one section of students in either higher level mathematics or Introduction to Computer Science (as needed).
  • Execute lessons that accelerate student growth and are characterized by the following: constant monitoring of and response to student understanding; effective use of technology to enhance teaching and learning; frequent opportunities for students to read and respond to challenging texts; and intentional incorporation of character instruction in both lesson content and design.
  • Actively build an understanding of each student as an individual in the spirit of cura personalis (care for the whole person); forge strong, respectful relationships with students and parents, and communicate frequently with families to increase the investment and partnership that will enable students to flourish at Cristo Rey.
  • Maintain consistent, productive communication with parents regarding the four-year college preparatory process.

Professional Presence

  • Approach your professional practice through a developmental lens and enthusiastically participate in professional development; seek and apply feedback from leadership and from colleagues in the interest of growth; demonstrate drive and independence in accessing resources to further your own improvement.
  • Contribute fully, intentionally, and constructively to the team in a range of contexts: shaping a supportive culture with the investment of all stakeholders, identifying students in need of support, problem-solving unanticipated challenges that arise within the school; collaborate with integrity, humility, commitment, and joy to ensure the foundation of trust that will enable the team to accomplish its ambitious goals.  
  • Embrace the team’s goals and results as the collective responsibility of the entire faculty and staff; collaborate with colleagues to maximize the team’s impact; seek opportunities to push the team, to laugh with colleagues, and to recognize and celebrate your peers’ accomplishments.
  • Engage students and parents with respect, fairness, and empathy to enable full partnership with the school.
  • Collaborate effectively with the CR Network of schools to maximize our counseling support.
  • Model values consistent with Catholic education and service to others.


  • Uphold the Cristo Rey mission, vision and values
  • Embrace school-wide systems and promote high standards of behavior
  • Collaborate with school leadership, providing input to school programs
  • Actively participate in professional development sessions
  • Communicate professionally with peers, supervisors, parents and students
  • Be committed to a longer school day and calendar year
  • Adhere to professional guidelines as indicated in the staff handbook
  • Participate in school-wide culture and faith formation events, including, but not limited to, Faculty/Staff Retreats, Student Retreats and Mission Meetings
  • To supervise students by being present at all school masses/assemblies
  • As needed, provide substitute classroom coverage
  • Value and support the Corporate Work Study Program as a place of learning and growth for students
  • Know, teach and follow school-wide routines and procedures (CRRHS non-negotiables)
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart information to a range of students and families
  • Outstanding interpersonal and public relations skills and the ability to communicate and work effectively within a diverse community
  • Ability to foster a collaborative work environment
  • Ability to organize, prioritize, schedule, and complete job tasks effectively and accurately
  • Ability to skillfully use all Microsoft Office components
  • Ability to appreciate and communicate a passion for Catholic college preparatory education
  • Must have the ability and proven ability to report to work on a regular and punctual basis
  • Perform all other related work delegated or required to accomplish the objectives of the total school program
  • Knowledge and implementation of relevant technology
  • Meet professional teacher education requirements of school, network and state

Additional Skills (some knowledge of the following)

  • Advanced spreadsheet skills (formulas - vlookup, index/match, nested IF formulas, AND/OR logic, array formulas, and filter/import range (in Google Sheets) - as well as pivot tables, charts, named ranges, and filters)
  • Basic computer programming (languages such as JavaScript, Python, Java, or C# indicate a grasp of programming fundamentals that can offer valuable tools to automate time-consuming analyses or repetitive summaries and to build tools to give staff and students access to data.
  • Interest in or comfort with data dashboard design (i.e. Tableau or Google Data Studio)
  • Basic knowledge of relational database design and SQL
  • Basic knowledge of statistical concepts (like distribution and variance, standard deviation, correlation, ANOVA tests, and regression analysis) and experimental design (A/B testing, randomized trials, survey design)

Physical Requirements

Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, operate a computer, hand-held learning devices and other office equipment, reach with hands and arms, and must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.



  • Bachelor’s Degree (required)
  • Possession of a valid Virginia teaching license (required)
  • Two (2) years of urban teaching experience (preferred)
  • Bilingual (not required)
  • Commitment to the Mission, Vision and Values of CRRHS
  • Sensitivity to the ethnic, cultural, racial and religious backgrounds of the students
  • Superior communication skills, the ability to interact confidently and effectively with school staff, students, donors, trustees, school administration
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), the Internet and relevant technology
  • Experience in a faith-based school or not-for-profit environment preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to work on a team that requires humility, integrity, tolerance a desire for continuous improvement and openness to feedback


SALARY:  Commensurate with experience and education.

BENEFITS: Full benefits package.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Full-time, exempt position. Occasionally, time will be required for night and weekend meetings and events.