Noble Schools

Dean of Culture

Leadership Chicago, IL Chicago, IL


Roles Available at:

  • Butler College Prep- Dean of Culture
  • Gary Comer College Prep-Dean of Culture

About Noble 
Noble is Chicago’s highest-performing and largest network of public charter high schools. Our 18 schools and 1,400 employees currently serve over 12,500 students, 98% of whom are students of color, 90% low-income, and 81% first-generation college-goers. The School Quality and Rating Policy scores for the Chicago Public Schools rated Noble campuses as ten of the top twelve public high schools in the city. We believe our people are the most valuable asset in preparing our students to be successful in college and lead exemplary lives. 98% of Noble students are accepted into college and almost 94% choose to enroll, resulting in over 7,600 Noble alumni who have received or are currently pursuing a 4-year college degree.


We as an organization along with the people we hire must have a commitment to being anti-racist in all areas of our organization. In the past we have diligently worked toward pursuing the accomplishments listed above. We plan to use that same determination, innovation, and diligence in our goal to become an anti-racist organization and we’d welcome you to join us. 

Key Job Responsibilities

  • Implement and uphold the student code of conduct with consistency and commitment
  • Lead, manage, and develop a team of disciplinarians responsible for maintaining student culture
  • Generate, plan, and facilitate successful interventions that lead to conflict resolution, restore relationships, and effectively change students’ trajectories
  • De-escalate and mediate conflict successfully while maintaining high expectations and accountability
  • Create and maintain school-wide systems that directly impact culture (entry, hallway/lunch, exit, & extra-curricular events procedures) 
  • Create and maintain effective procedures for in-school suspensions
  • Run weekly detention meetings with all students who received a detention
  • Monitor data entry systems for demerits, run weekly detention reports, and analyze disciplinary results 
  • Provide professional development for teachers and staff as it relates to Discipline and Culture
  • Own and execute all investigations and communication regarding out of school suspensions
  • Work as a member of the MTSS team to ensure we are providing appropriate support for all students 

Ideal Qualifications

  • An unwavering belief that all students can succeed in high school & college, and lead exemplary lives
  • A proven track record of ambitious results in previous roles 
  • Adept at detail-oriented work specifically related to data analysis and Microsoft Excel
  • An ability to think and act strategically as evidenced by a demonstrated resourcefulness in setting data-driven priorities and guiding investment in people and systems
  • Excellent time management skills, consistently thinking into the future to proactively problem solve
  • Successful written and oral communication skills with a multitude of stakeholders
  • Able to build productive professional relationships with students, staff, and families, especially those in most need of support 
  • Consistently exhibits Noble core values (Results, Respect, Humility and Self-Awareness, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Follow Through) and thrives in a collaborative environment

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required 
  • Eligibility to work in the United States on a full-time basis 
  • Experience managing people, systems, and/or projects
  • Experience working with students in an educational environment is preferred

Compensation & Benefits

We strive to be the best place to work, and our employee benefits are thoughtfully designed to support us in this ambition. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.  A comprehensive compensation plan will include a competitive benefits package. 

Statement of Non Discrimination
Noble is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, making all employment decisions, including recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status or any other characteristic or classification protected by law