At each of our schools, the Operations team focuses on ensuring an exceptional learning environment for our students. From planning the critical logistics that create excellent student, staff and parent experiences, to communicating effectively with parents and supporting phenomenal student culture, our operations teams keep our schools running smoothly so that our students and teachers can focus on learning.
School Operations Roles
Our school Operations team is critical to establishing a joyful and positive school culture, and ensuring that the day-to-day operations of our schools are exceptional. Learn more about these exciting school operations roles:
Director of Operations
The Director of Operations is the leader of the operations team, and serves as co-leader of the school alongside the Principal. Click to learn more about this role and our Operations Fellowship for incoming leaders.
Special Projects team members oversee many daily school-wide systems and routines. They support school culture, manage events, and complete strategic projects aimed at continuously improving day-to-day operations of our schools.
The Office Manager provides warm, efficient service to students, staff, families, and visitors, and oversees all aspects of school office systems.
Hear From Our Ops Teams
Director of Operations, Camden Prep Copewood Elementary School
"The Operations Fellowship opened the door to one of the most dynamic jobs I have ever had. From improving my personal effectiveness to pushing my interpersonal skills every single day, I was able to live my learning in a way I never thought was possible. I now feel more confident in the decisions I make not only for myself but for my scholars, families, and community.”
Director of Special Projects, Troy Prep Elementary School
"My manager at Uncommon serves as a great mentor to me, and a trusted advisor within the field of operations. He has been a champion for my ideas and autonomy while simultaneously giving me constructive feedback to aid in my task- and people management."