Website Brophy College Preparatory

Catholic, Jesuit school with an enrollment of 1300 boys

Brophy College Preparatory is currently accepting resumes and letters of interest from candidates interested in becoming Brophy’s Director of Equity and Inclusion (DEI).  The Director of Equity and Inclusion will direct the implementation of Brophy’s Strategic Plan for Anti-Racism and will facilitate the ongoing work of ensuring that each historically under-represented member of the Brophy community is fully included in and has an equitable opportunity to thrive in all aspects of Brophy.

Interested candidates must be experienced practitioners who demonstrate a commitment to the mission and values of Brophy’s Catholic, Jesuit identity including the work of anti-racism; possess the relevant academic training as well as professional and lived experience; and who exemplify the superb interpersonal skills that will be necessary to fulfill the responsibilities listed below.

The DEI reports directly to the Principal and works closely and collaboratively with other administrators to promote E&I across all areas of the school.  Primary areas of responsibility include:

Member of School’s Administrative Team: Attend weekly administrative meetings to offer insight and perspective on all school activities, programs, and initiatives and to ensure accountability to Brophy’s commitment to Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism.
Direction of Office of Equity and Inclusion: Oversight of all staff, programs, and budgets related to the work of OEI including the Equity and Inclusion Committee and the Student Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator.  Additionally, the DEI will either directly lead or collaborate with the leadership of all student, staff, parent, and alumni affinity spaces.
Professional Development and Program Facilitation: As articulated in the Strategic Plan for Anti-Racism, the DEI will lead ongoing professional development efforts with Brophy’s faculty and staff as well as programming for students, parents, alumni, and Boards of Regents and Trustees.
Curriculum Consulting / Advising:  In partnership with Assistant Principals and Department Chairs, help develop more culturally responsive/appropriate curriculum in all academic areas.
Community Outreach and Engagement:  In partnership with the Director of Admissions, President’s Office, and other school leaders, will deepen Brophy’s institutional relationship with BIPOC communities in Arizona.
About Brophy:
A Catholic, Jesuit school with an enrollment of 1300 boys, Brophy offers its students a rigorous and relevant college preparatory curriculum, a highly developed fine arts and music program, a diversity of extracurricular activities, and a strong retreat and service learning program. As a Jesuit school, Brophy takes great pride in striving to form well rounded young men who are firmly grounded in a relationship with God that orients them to lead lives of service. In addition to the high school, Brophy includes Loyola Academy which is a tuition-free, comprehensive junior high school program for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade boys who demonstrate academic promise but have had limited educational opportunities. For more information, visit Brophy’s webpage.

To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and letter of interest to Bob Ryan, Brophy’s Principal (bryan@brophyprep.org). The preferred deadline is Friday, February 12.

To apply for this job email your details to bryan@brophyprep.org