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Interested in turning your career into a mission?

Working at New Hope Academy is about more than a job, it is about partnering with other like-minded Christians to help bring about change in our culture. No matter your role – we all take a part in making a difference at New Hope Academy.

Seeking Christ-centered teachers with experience, missional focus, and a pleasant, kind-hearted demeanor.

New Hope Academy is a Christ-centered community school with an economically, racially, and culturally diverse student body. It is unique and requires a special type of teacher to serve amongst our students, not just to educate, but to empower them. Through daily encouragement, leading Bible-based devotions, and continuous mentoring, you will help a child to form his/her Biblical worldview, and instill a passion for learning. You will confirm hope in their young spirits and help prepare students for a life of service.


New Hope Academy is dedicated to a unique educational experience so that children from all backgrounds may be equipped to become a generation of leaders who will reflect our Creator and transform our culture. This vision is cultivated in the convergence of three commitments: the promise of an excellent, classical education; the mission to the underprivileged; and the belief in connected, purposeful community.

 If you are interested in a career at New Hope Academy, you can email Academic Director, John Bryant your letter of intent, including why you’d be an amazing teacher for our New Hope students. Also attach your resume, grade level experience, statement of faith, and salary expectations.  If you feel called to do more than just teach, but rather help a child reach their fullest potential as God intended than consider applying to New Hope Academy. 

Current Job Opportunities

Development Administrator

New Hope Academy is a pioneering school that brings together a love for Jesus Christ with a promise of excellent, classical education. We have a committed focus on the personhood of every child through formative learning along with a vision for connected community in which everyone has equitable access across economic, racial, and cultural differences. This provides a foundation from which to begin the process of combating the roots of disunity, injustice, and marginalization. All of this is to the glory of God. 

The mission of New Hope Academy is to be a Christ-centered school educating a racially and socio-economically diverse student body by establishing a biblical worldview and preparing each child to flourish academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. General Information 

Job Title – Development Administrator 

Reports to – Director of Development 

Salary – competitive and commensurate with ability and experience 

Hours – full-time position 

Job Summary: The Development Administrator at New Hope Academy is responsible for providing foundational and logistical support to every phase of the operations of the Development Team. The largest portion of their job will be the effective management and analysis of the Development database (Raiser’s Edge), but their responsibilities will encompass supporting Development operations in a variety of ways as directed by the Director of Development – event logistics, grant writing, coordinating the logistics of donor cultivation, donor research, hospitality, et al. The position requires acute attention to detail as well as an eye for strategic evaluation of the school’s data. In large part, the Data Specialist’s work supports and makes possible the work of the rest of the Development team and is therefore a foundational member of that team. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities 

• Gift processing and database administration 

• Data analysis and reporting 

• Grant writing and reporting 

• Development support – hospitality, logistics, research, et al 

Minimum Qualifications

• Commitment to the mission and vision of New Hope Academy

• Minimum of three years of experience in data management preferred 

• A team-oriented attitude with the ability and desire to work with a diverse group of individuals • Attention to detail 

• A growth mindset 

• High quality written and verbal communication skills 

• Proficiency in donor management software or client management software, preferably Raiser’s Edge

 • Proficiency in working with spreadsheet software such as Microsoft Excel 

• Bachelor’s degree preferred 

The school would like to fill this position as soon as possible. To inquire, applicants should send a résumé and cover letter to Parker Page, Director of Development, at ppage@nhafranklin.org explaining interest in and qualifications for the position.