• The team at Athlos Academies is learning more about the Athlos Athletic curriculum and its implementation through hands-on experience in a monthly staff athletic movement class.

Join the Athlos Team

Here at Athlos Academies, we’re on the lookout for passionate and driven individuals who are exceptional at what they do.

Open Positions

Don’t see a position you’re looking for? We still want to hear from you!
Please email your resume to hr@athlosacademies.org.

Assistant Superintendent of Operations and Finance

Assistant Superintendent of Operations and Finance

  • Company: Athlos Academies
  • Reports to: Chief of Schools and Academics
  • Classification: Full-time, salary, exempt
  • Benefits: Yes
  • Compensation: DOE

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Fosters lasting relationships with representatives of state governments, independent charter school authorizers, back office firms, and legal / accounting firms
  • Performs exhaustive independent research of state-specific charter school finance guidelines and requirements
  • Coordinates with internal Academic Program team in preparation of school budget and business plan as part of Charter Application team
  • Coordinates with school governance team to advise local Athlos School Boards on the financial status of the local school
  • Assists schools in all finance, HR, and business management functions including vendor relationships, contract management, payment processing, financial statement preparation and review, and personnel-related items
  • Ensures that schools are compliant with all state and federal requirements including financial statement audits and enrollment reporting
  • Coordinates with schools, Investment Bankers, and Bond Issuers in assisting schools with facility purchase

Qualifications & Experience

  • The individual will be expected to work with minimal up-front guidance and take ownership of his / her work product
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Thorough understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), as well as Governmental Accounting Standards (GAS) and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) pronouncements
  • Understanding of Federal and State grant compliance and rules, including an in-depth understanding of the OMB (Office of Management and Budget) Circulars and how they affect allowable costs and school operations
  • Knowledge and experience with governmental and non-profit budgeting practices, including budget preparation, analysis and adjustment of said budget, as well as submission of budget to state entities in compliance with state standards
  • Experience with state procurement processes, including implementation of new process and ensuring school adherence with state and federal procurement policies and practices
  • Understanding of the annual audit and financial statement process, including experience with specific state regulations. Expertise should include experience with financial statement preparation, supporting schedule development, reconciliations for all accounts, as well as preparation of the notes and supporting schedules. Knowledge of governmental auditing standards and how they affect schools
  • Understanding of Human Resources rules and regulations, including experience with wage and hour law, payroll process, hiring processes and procedures, and Human Resources best practices. This position serves as the Human Resources contact for the school concerning compliance with and design of policies and procedures associated with HR practices
  • Experience working with educational entities on contract compliance, including assistance with drafting, reviewing, and modifying contracts. Knowledge of and experience ensuring adherence to current contract standards
  • Experience working with Special Education rules and providing fiscal expertise to Special Education Staff. Expertise can include compliance with funding rules as well as ensuring educational entities receive and maximize Special Education funding
  • Experience with Information Technology and Facility services and how they affect school operations
  • Experience providing presentations to school boards and other stakeholders. Presentations can include presentation of financial information and metrics as well as non-financial details that affect the operations of the educational entity. Ability to take complex financial calculations or situations and explain them in a more simplified manner
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Intermediate to advanced experience with MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Outlook
  • Must be able to effectively handle multiple projects simultaneously in a deadline driven environment
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team and take on new tasks with a high level of difficulty
  • School leadership experience preferred

Education & Background

  • Minimum 5 years of experience with a minimum of one year leading teams or directing others
  • CPA required and a Master’s degree preferred
  • Public or charter school audit and/or tax experience a plus

Business Development Manager - Facilities

Business Development Manager – Facilities

  • Company: Athlos Academies
  • Location: Grapevine, TX
  • Reports to: Chief of Network Growth
  • Classification: Full-time, salary, exempt
  • Benefits: Yes
  • Compensation: DOE

Position Overview

Opportunity for a Sales Representative with a background of proven successful selling of Commercial Construction and Development Services. If you have at least 5+ years’ experience with a proven track record; we would like to discuss this opportunity with you.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right person. This person will be responsible for New Account Sales. This position offers an incentive base compensation package.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • 5+ Years’ experience in the commercial construction industry. Experience in the education market would be a plus.
  • Building alliance relationships with commercial real estate agents and lenders.
  • Have good Territory Planning and Selling Skills
  • Have had success with incentive-based compensation plans
  • Results driven – demonstrated success to establish and grow customer base
  • Have documented success in exceeding sales goals and objectives

Skills & Intangibles

  • Willingness to receive coaching from managers and peers
  • Work with the client from the start of each project to ensure alignment of the project scope and vision
  • Prepare and submit project estimates to clients
  • Conducting site assessments. The Sales Rep will review the findings and potential solutions with the property owner.
  • Additional job duties include submitting contracts, creating a scope of work and meeting with company representatives.

Healthy Body Implementation Specialist

Healthy Body Implementation Specialist

  • Company: Athlos Academies
  • Location: Grapevine, TX
  • Reports to: Chief of Schools
  • Classification: Full-time, salary, exempt
  • Benefits: Yes
  • Compensation: DOE

Position Overview

Athlos Academies is passionate about helping students develop healthy bodies and schools develop a culture of health and wellness. In Athlos schools, the Healthy Body pillar isn’t just an add-on to the curriculum. Increased physical activity, health and nutrition education, and healthy lifestyle habits are central to the pillar program and interwoven into the overall school experience. The Healthy Body Implementation Specialist (HBIS) at Athlos Academies is responsible for developing and maintaining expertise in the Healthy Body program and providing implementation coaching, feedback and support for fully implementing Athlos campuses.

At each Athlos school site, physical education teachers are called athletic performance coaches and are responsible for helping develop physically literate students who are equipped with the skills and knowledge to become capable, confident movers.  The HBIS for the Athlos network is responsible for supporting these coaches in their implementation of the Healthy Body pillar program on their respective campuses and helping them coordinate the three-pillar approach within athletic movement classes.

The position includes public presentations and trainings, both virtually and in person, community outreach, and regular travel to school sites. Additionally, the position will work closely with other pillar implementation experts to ensure cohesive programmatic support for all fully implementing Athlos schools.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Conduct presentations and professional development of the Athlos Healthy Body program to school leadership and other stakeholder groups, as necessary
  • Collaborate with network leadership to contribute to school achievement action plans, strategic planning, and departmental budgeting
  • Support school-based Athletic Performance Coaches (APC) with their delivery of the Athlos Athletic Curriculum (AAC)
  • Support Lead APC observation and video observation coaching cycles
  • Train APCs on the methodology and intention behind the AAC
  • Provide leadership and guidance for the APCs to collect consistent and relevant data
  • Support each campus with their full-school integration of the Healthy Body pillar, including: movement in the classroom, implementing free play, and ensuring philosophical alignment of after school extracurricular/intramural opportunities
  • Offer consistent feedback to APCs and school leaders regarding the status of implementing the Healthy Body strategies
  • Offer input into school schedules to ensure students have enough time on the turf to maximize the value of the curriculum
  • Facilitate a culture of movement at the office (i.e. movement breaks, AAC experiences, other movement-based team building activities, as desired and space available)
  • Support the equipment ordering and delivery process for Athlos campuses
  • Participate in the screening and interviewing process for campus APCs; support onboarding for all new APC hires
  • Train APCs on the use of Athlos Tools and Canvas
  • Conduct campus visits to provide professional development and evaluate the implementation of the program; prepare site reports post visit and share with coaching staff, school leaders, and Athlos home court leadership
  • Conduct virtual professional development sessions with APCs
  • Assist APCs in integrating PC teaching into daily lessons and interactions
  • Provide feedback for classroom teachers on instructional practices that promote movement
  • Provide feedback to the Healthy Body product manager regarding the implementation of the Healthy Body program; implement iterations of or additions to the Healthy Body program as directed by the Healthy Body product manager; collaborate with the Healthy Body product manager for feedback on product implementation, future product improvements, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Qualifications & Experience
  • Experience working with K-12th grade student-athletes in either a classroom or sports performance setting is required.
  • Candidates should be knowledgeable about long-term athletic development and passionate about the potential impact of physical education and movement in the K-12 setting.
  • Candidates should possess other reputable youth or pediatric certifications from leading fitness, health and wellness organizations
  • Public speaking and large-group training experience a necessity
  • This position requires the candidate to be physically able to execute the activities that make up the Athlos Athletic Curriculum for training purposes.

Education & Background

  • Masters degree preferred in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Physical Education or related field

Skills & Intangibles

  • A strong understanding of building and cultivating relationships
  • Strong Presentation Skills
  • Customer Service Skills
  • Verbal and Written Communication Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Organizational and Multi-Tasking Skills

How to Apply

Submit application with resume to: hr@athlosacademies.org


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What is it like to work here?

Athlos Academies is a work-hard, play-hard kind of organization.

Team Culture

We take our work as a social venture seriously. Supporting the students, teachers, and leaders we serve is a serious matter, but we also build relationships together in more informal settings.


As part of the team, you’ll enjoy:

  • A competitive salary
  • Health benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401k retirement plan with generous employer match
  • Life and disability insurance
  • Paid time off and holiday pay
  • Ergonomic workspaces in a spacious, collaborative environment
  • Access to the basketball court, turf, weight room, and locker rooms
  • Team building activity as part of a book club discussion

    Employee participates in team huddle
  • Athlos Family Fun Day

    family stacks foam blocks for Athlos Family Fun Day
  • Playing basketball for an afternoon movement break

    Afternoon movement break on the basketball court
  • Monthly athletic movement class

    Athlos team practices drills from the Athlos Athletic Curriculum
  • March Madness potluck

    Employees watch basketball game during a March Madness potluck
  • Pillars of Performance: Prepared Mind, Healthy Body, and Performance Character

  • The Athlos giving tree

    Angel Giving Tree
  • Athlos Academies headquarters grand opening at W. Idaho Street.

  • Ergonomic workspaces

    Ergonomic workspace
  • Discussion during a team huddle

    Employees brainstorm during a book club huddle
  • Athlos’ 12 Performance Character traits

  • Afternoon movement break—hiking in the Boise foothills

    Employees look out over downtown Boise from Camel's Back Park
  • Gunny sack race on the turf

    Employees participate in a potato sack race on the indoor turf
  • A social venture dedicated to helping schools succeed

Embodying the Athlos Model

Just like our three-pillar model benefits the lives of Athlos students, it has its benefits in the workplace, too.

Athlos book club discussion

Books read and discussed
(and counting)

Prepared Mind

As a team, we’re constantly learning. Our monthly book club broadens our perspectives, challenges us to think creatively about applying key takeaways to our organization, and gives us a common language to use in the workplace.  We pride ourselves on truly being a learning organization.

movement break

Movement breaks
(and multiplying everyday)

Healthy Body

Athlos believes that students who lead active and healthy lives are better equipped to learn in the classroom. The same is true in the workplace — one of the best ways to stay sharp in the office is by taking a few quick, intentional movement breaks during the day.

Athlos Shout-Out

Athlos shout-outs given
(and growing)

Performance Character

At Athlos, we use shout-outs as a way of celebrating our colleagues’ accomplishments and recognizing their demonstration of the Performance Character traits.  In turn, this helps build strong and supportive workplace relationships.

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Here’s what our team members enjoy about working at Athlos Academies…

It’s rare to find companies that break up their workday with yoga, dancing, mindfulness activities, or freestyle basketball. Movement breaks allow us to model what we teach in our schools and contribute to our unique Athlos culture.

Juliana GiovanniniSIS Administrator

At Athlos, we’re surrounded by people who are 100 percent invested in the lives of the kids we serve and share a passion to change public education for the better.

Abby FeredaySpecial Projects Manager

Since joining Athlos Academies, I have enjoyed the passion of each employee as we all work hard to make a difference in education. It is also exciting to be active during the work day, which helps fuel the body and mind much like it does for the students at our schools.

Josh KoenigIT Manager

I could not be more thankful to be part of a unique organization that takes pride and invests in their employees. There is a strong sense of team culture that unifies our collective ambition to improve public education.

Savannah DubeGraphic Design Specialist
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