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Employment Opportunities

At Foundation Academy, we know that the key to a successful Christian school starts with its staff. Our ideal applicants are professionally qualified, love children, and are demonstrated Christian role models
(Luke 6:40) for our students.

We are seeking quality individuals who have a deep desire in fostering an atmosphere of growth not only for our cherished students and their families but for each other. We take pride in our daily culture that we create with Proverbs 27:17 in mind, “Iron sharpens iron, and one person sharpens another. If you value and understand the privilege that it is to teach, mentor, and promote growth we would love for you to explore the opportunities we have and consider becoming a part of the FA family.

Thank you for your interest in the ministry of our school. We look forward to receiving your application.

Current Openings

All candidates for employment must be Christ-followers and actively involved in a church. They will also be required to pass a background check and drug test upon application. Foundation Academy is always accepting applications for substitutes for all grade levels.

Position: 6th Grade Science Teacher

Summary:
It is expected that the classroom teacher will be a Christ follower who will plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. Work is performed under the supervision of the principal. The teacher will motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role model to them in order to grow in their faith.

Experience/Education/Certifications:

  1. The ability to meet ACSI Accreditation and state requirements for education and experience.
  2. Maintain a clear background check
  3. Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work
  4. Experience leading a classroom and creating educational lesson plans

Essential Duties/Tasks/Responsibilities (Academic, Administrative and
Spiritual): Core duties and responsibilities are listed as follows but not all inclusive. Other duties may be assigned.

Spiritually:
▪ Be a Christ follower.
▪ Motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role
model to them in order to help them grow in their faith.
▪ Ensure that the classroom work environment is Christian-based, nurturing, wholesome
and loving.
▪ Carry out Christ-centered counseling with students, parents, and staff.
▪ Actively involved in a church

Academic Responsibilities:
▪ Teach subjects and classes as assigned following the prescribed scope and sequence
through approved curriculum, supplementary materials, field trips, special guests, etc. to
enhance the learning experience, reaching the whole child.
▪ Integrate biblical principles and the Christian worldview throughout the curriculum and
learning activities.
▪ Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives from which
specific weekly lesson plans are created.
▪ Use homework effectively for drill, review or enrichment.
▪ Respond within 24 hours to parent complaints and requests for help or information.
▪ Participate in parent-teacher conferences.
▪ Be available to conference/help parents and/or students before and after school as
requested.
▪ Provide a good learning environment by maintaining proper classroom discipline per the
school-wide discipline system; taking care of minor problems personally and referring
major issues to the Dean of students or Principal.

Administrative Responsibilities:
▪ Maintain a physical presence with the students by attending and/or participating in
school chapels, assemblies, athletics/fine arts events, and other presentations.
▪ Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, outings, etc. as assigned by
administration.
▪ Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any assigned duty
▪ Assist assigned substitute teachers to successfully carry out their responsibilities by
providing required procedures and planning documentation.
▪ Participate in pre- and post-planning, staff devotionals, staff meetings and other
scheduled meetings.
▪ Attend and participate in:
o Devotional time
o Teacher’s meetings and in-service
o Evening programs if involving his/her students
o Open Houses
o State of the Academy
o Other meetings/programs as assigned
▪ Respect professional ethics that require confidentiality concerning the sharing of
information about students, parents or staff.
▪ Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of student progress
or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of student failure.
▪ Accurately maintain the following in a timely manner:
o Permanent File Records
o RenWeb (Gradebook, Mid-term Progress Reports, Quarterly Report Cards,
Attendance Records, Medical Emergency Information and Discipline Updates)
o Administration of Achievement Tests

o Inventories (equipment, supplies, books, etc.)
o Other paperwork as assigned/requested
▪ Assist/maintain building/classroom cleaning and repair:
o Maintain a clean, attractive and well-ordered classroom
o Assist in overall cleanliness of facilities
o Promptly report repair needs to administration
o Participate in the end-of-year school closing process
▪ Know the procedures for dealing with emergency situation in the classroom and school.
Conduct required emergency safety drills in coordination with school leadership.
▪ Observe the Matthew 18 principle in conflict resolution. Avoid a negative, critical spirit.
Take problems to the appropriate administrator as necessary.
▪ Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the administration.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
▪ Problem Solving
▪ Verbal Communication
▪ Ability to effectively interact with students, peers, faculty and parents
▪ Technology
o Employees must have proficient computer skills (Login/Out, Email, Use Google
Suite, Music/Videos on Google Drive, Ability to use Ipevo/mimo/spider tools in
the classroom)
o Use RenWeb (Attendance, Grade & Progress Reports, Email, Medical Emergency
Information, Discipline Updates, Lesson Plans)
o Use of Curriculum Trak

Work Styles:
▪ Attention to Detail- Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in
completing work tasks.
▪ Dependability- Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling
obligations.
▪ Cooperation- Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a
good-natured, cooperative attitude.
▪ Analytical Thinking- Job requires analyzing information and using logic to address
work-related issues and problems.
▪ Integrity- Job requires being honest and ethical.
▪ Stress Tolerance- Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively
with high stress situations.
▪ Adaptability/Flexibility-Job requires being open to change (positive and negative)
and to considerable variety in the workplace.
▪ Self-Control- Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check,
controlling anger , and avoiding aggressive behavior , even in very difficult situations.
▪ Independence- Job requires developing one’s own ways of doing things, guiding
oneself with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done.
▪ Initiative-Job requires a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges

Work Environment/Physical Demands:
▪ The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be
met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.
▪ Ability to maintain a calm atmosphere during possible stressful situations.
▪ Light work: Employee is frequently required to stand, sit, type on a computer,
reach with hands and arms, talk, hear and communicate using telephone and
email and use up to 10 lbs of force as needed to move objects.
▪ Ability to comply with set standards for safety with students. (Ex: Lockdown, Fire
drill, acclimate weather etc.) Ability to lift 30 lbs and run if necessary in case of
an emergency.
See Handbook for Safety Standards
This job description is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of all job functions that an incumbent in this position may be asked to perform.

Position: Substitute Teacher

Foundation Academy is currently looking for qualified and certified teachers in grades Pre K through Grade 12 at all three of our campuses.

Plant Street Campus: Pre K – Grade 6
Lakeside Campus: Kindergarten & Grade 1
Tilden Campus: Grade 7 – Grade 12

Qualified applicants should apply using the online from below and someone from FA’s human resources department will be in touch.

Position: Classroom Teacher

Summary:

It is expected that the classroom teacher will be a Christ follower who will plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. Work is performed under the supervision of the principal. The teacher will motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role model to them in order to grow in their faith. 

Experience/Education/Certifications:

  1. The ability to meet ACSI Accreditation and state requirements for education and experience.
  2. Maintain a clear background check
  3. Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work
  4. Experience leading a classroom and creating educational lesson plans

Essential Duties/Tasks/Responsibilities (Academic, Administrative and Spiritual):

Core duties and responsibilities are listed as follows but not all inclusive. Other duties may be assigned.

Spiritually:

▪     Be a Christ follower.

▪     Motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role model to them in order to help them grow in their faith.

▪     Ensure that the classroom work environment is Christian-based, nurturing, wholesome and loving.

▪     Carry out Christ-centered counseling with students, parents, and staff. ▪    Actively involved in a church

Academic Responsibilities:

▪     Teach subjects and classes as assigned following the prescribed scope and sequence through approved curriculum, supplementary materials, field trips, special guests, etc. to enhance the learning experience, reaching the whole child.

▪     Integrate biblical principles and the Christian worldview throughout the curriculum and learning activities.

▪     Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives from which specific weekly lesson plans are created.

▪     Use homework effectively for drill, review or enrichment.

▪     Respond within 24 hours to parent complaints and requests for help or information.

▪     Participate in parent-teacher conferences.

▪     Be available to conference/help parents and/or students before and after school as requested.

▪     Provide a good learning environment by maintaining proper classroom discipline per the school-wide discipline system; taking care of minor problems personally and referring major issues to the Dean of students or Principal.

Administrative Responsibilities:

▪     Maintain a physical presence with the students by attending and/or participating in school chapels, assemblies, athletics/fine arts events, and other presentations.

▪     Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, outings, etc. as assigned by administration.

▪     Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any assigned duty

▪     Assist assigned substitute teachers to successfully carry out their responsibilities by providing required procedures and planning documentation.  

▪     Participate in pre- and post-planning, staff devotionals, staff meetings and other scheduled meetings.

 ▪     Attend and participate in:

  • Devotional time
  • Teacher’s meetings and in-serviceEvening programs if involving his/her students o    Open Houses o           State of the Academy
  • Other meetings/programs as assigned

▪     Respect professional ethics that require confidentiality concerning the sharing of information about students, parents or staff.

▪     Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of student progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of student failure.

 ▪     Accurately maintain the following in a timely manner:

  • Permanent File Records
  • RenWeb  (Gradebook, Mid-term Progress Reports, Quarterly Report Cards,​              

Attendance Records, Medical Emergency Information and Discipline Updates) Administration of Achievement Tests

  • Inventories (equipment, supplies, books, etc.) o      Other paperwork as assigned/requested

▪     Assist/maintain building/classroom cleaning and repair:

  • Maintain a clean, attractive and well-ordered classroom
  • Assist in overall cleanliness of facilities o     Promptly report repair needs to administration o    Participate in the end-of-year school closing process

▪     Know the procedures for dealing with emergency situation in the classroom and school. Conduct required emergency safety drills in coordination with school leadership.

▪       Observe the Matthew 18 principle in conflict resolution. Avoid a negative, critical spirit.

Take problems to the appropriate administrator as necessary.

▪     Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the administration.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

 ▪     Problem Solving

 ▪     Verbal Communication

 ▪     Ability to effectively interact with students, peers, faculty and parents

 ▪     Technology

  • Employees must have proficient computer skills  (Login/Out, Email, Use Google Suite, Music/Videos on Google Drive, Ability to use Ipevo/mimo/spider tools in the classroom)
  • Use RenWeb  (Attendance, Grade & Progress Reports, Email, Medical Emergency

Information, Discipline Updates, Lesson Plans) o    Use of Curriculum Trak

Work Styles:

Attention to Detail-​ Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.

Dependability-​ Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations.

Cooperation-​ Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good-natured, cooperative attitude. 

Analytical Thinking-​ Job requires analyzing information and using logic to address work-related issues and problems.

Integrity-​ Job requires being honest and ethical.

Stress Tolerance-​ Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively with high stress situations.

Adaptability/Flexibility-​ Job requires being open to change (positive and negative) and to considerable variety in the workplace. 

Self-Control-​ Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check, controlling anger , and avoiding aggressive behavior , even in very difficult situations. 

Independence-​ Job requires developing one’s own ways of doing things, guiding oneself with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done. ▪ Initiative-​ Job requires a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

▪     The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

▪     Ability to maintain a calm atmosphere during possible stressful situations.

▪     Light work: Employee is frequently required to stand, sit, type on a computer, reach with hands and arms, talk, hear and communicate using telephone and email and use up to 10 lbs of force as needed to move objects. 

▪     Ability to comply with set standards for safety with students. (Ex: Lockdown, Fire drill, acclimate weather etc.) Ability to lift 30 lbs and run if necessary in case of an emergency.

▪     See Handbook for Safety Standards

This job description is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of all job functions that an incumbent in this position may be asked to perform.

Position: Sign Language Teacher

Summary:

It is expected that the classroom teacher will be a Christ follower who will plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. Work is performed under the supervision of the principal. The teacher will motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role model to them in order to grow in their faith. 

Experience/Education/Certifications:

  1. The ability to meet ACSI Accreditation and certification in sign language for education and experience.
  2. Maintain a clear background check
  3. Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work
  4. Experience leading a classroom and creating educational lesson plans

Essential Duties/Tasks/Responsibilities (Academic, Administrative and Spiritual):

Core duties and responsibilities are listed as follows but not all inclusive. Other duties may be assigned.

Spiritually:

  • Be a Christ follower.
  • Motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role model to them in order to help them grow in their faith.
  • Ensure that the classroom work environment is Christian-based, nurturing, wholesome and loving.
  • Carry out Christ-centered counseling with students, parents, and staff.
  • Actively involved in a church

Academic Responsibilities:

  • Teach sign language and classes as assigned following the prescribed scope and sequence through approved curriculum, supplementary materials, field trips, special guests, etc. to enhance the learning experience, reaching the whole child.
  • Integrate biblical principles and the Christian worldview throughout the curriculum and learning activities.
  • Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives from which specific weekly lesson plans are created.
  • Use homework effectively for drill, review or enrichment.
  • Respond within 24 hours to parent complaints and requests for help or information.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Be available to conference/help parents and/or students before and after school as requested.
  • Provide a good learning environment by maintaining proper classroom discipline per the school-wide discipline system; taking care of minor problems personally and referring major issues to the Dean of students or Principal.

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a physical presence with the students by attending and/or participating in school chapels, assemblies, athletics/fine arts events, and other presentations.
  • Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, outings, etc. as assigned by administration.
  • Inform the administration in a timely manner if unable to fulfill any assigned duty
  • Assist assigned substitute teachers to successfully carry out their responsibilities by providing required procedures and planning documentation. 
  • Participate in pre- and post-planning, staff devotionals, staff meetings and other scheduled meetings.
  • Attend and participate in:
    • Devotional time
    • Teacher’s meetings and in-service
    • Evening programs if involving his/her students
    • Open Houses
    • State of the Academy
    • Other meetings/programs as assigned
  • Respect professional ethics that require confidentiality concerning the sharing of information about students, parents or staff.
  • Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of student progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of student failure.
  • Accurately maintain the following in a timely manner:
    • Permanent File Records
    •  RenWeb  (Gradebook, Mid-term Progress Reports, Quarterly Report Cards, Attendance Records, Medical Emergency Information and Discipline Updates)
    • Administration of Achievement Tests
    • Inventories (equipment, supplies, books, etc.)
    • Other paperwork as assigned/requested
  • Assist/maintain building/classroom cleaning and repair:
    • Maintain a clean, attractive and well-ordered classroom
    • Assist in overall cleanliness of facilities
    • Promptly report repair needs to administration
    • Participate in the end-of-year school closing process
  • Know the procedures for dealing with emergency situations in the classroom and school. Conduct required emergency safety drills in coordination with school leadership.
  • Observe the Matthew 18 principle in conflict resolution. Avoid a negative, critical spirit. Take problems to the appropriate administrator as necessary.
  • Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the administration.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Problem Solving
  • Verbal Communication
  • Ability to effectively interact with students, peers, faculty and parents
  • Technology
    • Employees must have proficient computer skills  (Login/Out, Email, Use Google Suite, Music/Videos on Google Drive, Ability to use Ipevo/mimo/spider tools in the classroom)
    • Use RenWeb  (Attendance, Grade & Progress Reports, Email, Medical Emergency Information, Discipline Updates, Lesson Plans)
    • Use of Curriculum Trak

Work Styles:

  • Attention to Detail– Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.
  • Dependability– Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations.
  • Cooperation– Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good-natured, cooperative attitude. 
  • Analytical Thinking– Job requires analyzing information and using logic to address work-related issues and problems.
  • Integrity– Job requires being honest and ethical.
  • Stress Tolerance– Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively with high stress situations.
  • Adaptability/Flexibility-Job requires being open to change (positive and negative) and to considerable variety in the workplace. 
  • Self-Control– Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check, controlling anger , and avoiding aggressive behavior , even in very difficult situations. 
  • Independence– Job requires developing one’s own ways of doing things, guiding oneself with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done.
  • Initiative-Job requires a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 
  • Ability to maintain a calm atmosphere during possible stressful situations.
  • Light work: Employee is frequently required to stand, sit, type on a computer, reach with hands and arms, talk, hear and communicate using telephone and email and use up to 10 lbs of force as needed to move objects. 
  • Ability to comply with set standards for safety with students. (Ex: Lockdown, Fire drill, acclimate weather etc.) Ability to lift 30 lbs and run if necessary in case of an emergency.
  • See Handbook for Safety Standards

This job description is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of all job functions that an incumbent in this position may be asked to perform.

Position: Admission/Enrollment Assistant

POSITION DESCRIPTION
SUMMARY
Support of the admission process and enrollment management for all FA campuses within the
Office of Admission/Enrollment.
The Admission/Enrollment Assistant is a professional assistant position that will provide
support to the Director of Admission/Enrollment and FA community in the areas of data entry,
information compilation and dissemination; admission/enrollment process facilitation; and
assistance with public relations and admission events.
Spiritually:
▪ Be a Christ follower.
▪ Motivate students to accept God’s gift of salvation, and be a Christian witness and role
model to them in order to help them grow in their faith.
▪ Ensure that the classroom work environment is Christian-based, nurturing, wholesome
and loving.
▪ Carry out Christ-centered counseling with students, parents, and staff.
▪ Actively involved in a church
Responsibilities

  1. Input inquiry data from all sources (online, phone, email, school sites, etc.)
  2. Update inquiry data as applicant/family progresses through the admission and
    enrollment process or opts to end their pursuit of FA enrollment
  3. Assist in compiling and preparing new application packets
  4. Organize information and communicate with applicant/family through the various levels
    of the process (Inquiry, Application, Enrollment).
  5. Creates reports, metrics, mailings, lists, etc.
  6. Assist with management and inventories of admissions storage and storage areas.
  7. Occasional backup for tours/inquiries as training allows
  8. Assist with New Family outreach communications/events/departments
    Qualifications and Skills
    The FA Admission assistant will be a positive and vibrant presence in the Office of Admission. In
    addition to the skills outlined below, the assistant must possess a welcoming demeanor and
    absolute professionalism both on and off campus.
  9. Demonstrated advanced computer skills, knowledge of all MS Office and Google

applications, e-communications, social media, and data management systems (FACTS SIS).

  1. Excellent written and oral communications especially with phone and email.
  2. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
  3. Superb attention to detail, timely response, and quality control.
  4. Experience working in a high volume, high energy, team-oriented work environment.
    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    ▪ Problem Solving
    ▪ Verbal Communication
    ▪ Ability to effectively interact with students, peers, faculty and parents
    ▪ Technology
    o Employees must have proficient computer skills (Login/Out, Email, Use Google
    Suite, Music/Video’s on Google Drive, Ability to use Ipevo/mimo/spider tools in
    the classroom)
    o Use RenWeb (Attendance, Grade & Progress Reports, Email, Medical Emergency
    Information, Discipline Updates, Lesson Plans)
    o Use of Curriculum Trak

Work Styles:
▪ Attention to Detail- Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in
completing work tasks.
▪ Dependability- Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling
obligations.
▪ Cooperation- Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a
good-natured, cooperative attitude.
▪ Analytical Thinking- Job requires analyzing information and using logic to address
work-related issues and problems.
▪ Integrity- Job requires being honest and ethical.
▪ Stress Tolerance- Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively
with high stress situations.
▪ Adaptability/Flexibility-Job requires being open to change (positive and negative)
and to considerable variety in the workplace.
▪ Self-Control- Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check,
controlling anger , and avoiding aggressive behavior , even in very difficult situations.
▪ Independence- Job requires developing one’s own ways of doing things, guiding
oneself with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done.
▪ Initiative-Job requires a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges

Work Environment/Physical Demands:
▪ The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be
met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.

▪ Ability to maintain a calm atmosphere during possible stressful situations.
▪ Light work: Employee is frequently required to stand, sit, type on a computer,
reach with hands and arms, talk, hear and communicate using telephone and
email and use up to 10 lbs of force as needed to move objects.
▪ Ability to comply with set standards for safety with students. (Ex: Lockdown, Fire
drill, acclimate weather etc.) Ability to lift 30 lbs and run if necessary in case of
an emergency.
▪ See Handbook for Safety Standards
This job description is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of all job functions that an incumbent
in this position may be asked to perform.

Position: Vice President of Development

DB&A Executive Search is very pleased to announce its partnership with Foundation Academy, located in beautiful Winter Garden, Florida, as we embark on the search for the school’s first Vice President of Development. Founded by First Baptist Church of Winter Garden in 1958 in a beautiful “small town” on the outskirts of Orlando, Foundation Academy has been voted Orlando Style Magazine Reader’s Choice for “Best Private Christian School” three years in a row. Under the passionate leadership of President Buckles and Vice President of Education Grosshans, both serving its highly committed board, FA has been on a consistent growth trajectory over the last six years and is experiencing unprecedented enrollment along with strong financial support.

Currently located on three separate and growing campuses, President Buckles and his retiring Development Director have done excellent work building not only strong major donor relationships but also new parent and alumni engagement initiatives. Prior to Covid, FA carefully planned and prayerfully embarked on a capital campaign. The school’s leadership is now seeking long-term, well qualified fundraising leadership to replace its long-serving Development Director.

The successful candidate will be expected to bring energetic and experienced leadership to not only this one campaign but to the school and community for years to come. FA is being assisted by a professional campaign firm in the strategy and implementation of the campaign, and they remain greatly optimistic about the school’s growth while recognizing Covid’s impact on the greater Orlando economy in 2020. As First Baptist Pastor Tim Grosshans communicated recently, “we are not hiring a new Vice President for this campaign; we are hiring a leader for the next 5 campaigns and all our growth between now and then.”

This opportunity will offer a strong salary based and fantastic tuition assistance programs for highly qualified candidates. This will be a competitive national search, and Foundation Academy is committed to recruiting a uniquely called new leader and FA “family member.”

Further detailed information on this position is available in our Opportunity Profile.

STAFF/FACULTY TESTIMONIALS

“Being in Christian Education for the past 10 years, becoming a part of Foundation Academy and the culture has certainly added to my professional life, but the impact the FA culture has had on me spiritually and as a person has been just as profound.”

Tim Nethers, Director of Information Technologies

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