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We are an extraordinary school with incredible teachers, challenging curriculum, outstanding athletics, and exciting mission opportunities. Our rigorous curriculum is taught through a Biblical worldview in a rich community of teachers, coaches, and mentors, all passionate about serving Christ. We are dedicated to expanding minds, building faith, and preparing students to be the Christian leaders of tomorrow.

See our current employment opportunities below. If you share our vision, apply today. 

Fort Worth Christian School is accepting applications for a Test Proctor to partner with the Cardinal Learning Center staff and Upper School Faculty to help prepare students for college and equip each of them for a life of faith, service, and leadership for Christ.

Prior experience at the high school level is preferred, along with understanding the essential nature of establishing positive, encouraging, joyful relationships with students. Must be able to work cooperatively with all staff members and communicate effectively with students and parents.

To supervise an exam as a proctor, the individual must be willing to execute the following duties listed below.

Plan, organize, and coordinate all assessments taken in the Learning Center, including the administration, proctoring, and processing of tests, as well as the dissemination of testing information to staff and students.
Communicate with teachers regarding testing instructions (laptop/computer, calculator, notes, text, disability accommodation), schedule any students returning to complete tests, and return finished tests to teachers. 
Understand what disability accommodations, if any, are allowed. If you have questions about any testing accommodations, please consult with the Cardinal Learning Center Faculty before the student arrives to take the exam.
Be available during the entire exam administration. All exams must be monitored during the duration of the exam. At no time can the student be out of the proctor’s view.
Provide a quiet exam administration and adequately space students apart for taking the exam.
Make sure backpacks, cell phones, personal laptops, and notebooks (unless approved) are placed at the front of the classroom, and that students do not access any of their belongings throughout the testing time.
Make sure other individuals do not enter the testing area unless approved.
Once the exam begins, monitor that the student does not leave the testing area for any reason unless permission is granted by the proctor.
Record the beginning and ending times of each exam administered.
Reports incidents of academic dishonesty to the Dean of Students.
Assist with proctoring standardized test administrations such as AP, PSAT, SAT, and ACT,

Qualifications:
Demonstrate a strong Christian testimony and be a member of a Bible-believing church
Serve as a positive Christian role model to our students and pursue Christ-like behavior
Strong oral and written communication skills, and the ability to interact with diverse groups of people. 
Strong computer skills.
Must possess a high level of the following work skills and behaviors: teamwork/cooperation, initiative, and customer service.
Bachelor's degree preferred.

If this opportunity interests you, please apply here.
 

Fort Worth Christian School is accepting applications for an Upper School Math teacher to partner with the Upper School Administration and teaching faculty to execute a visionary plan for modern learning while equipping his/her students for a life of faith, service, and leadership for Christ.
Prior teaching experience at the high school level is strongly preferred, along with an understanding of the essential nature of establishing positive and encouraging relationships with high school-aged students. Applicants must be able to work cooperatively with all members of the staff and communicate effectively with parents. Coaching experience and willingness to invest in this arena are desired.

Responsibilities:

  • Introduce math content and methods to develop relevant sequential assignments and lesson plans that guide and challenge students
  • Collaborate with the mathematics department faculty to develop lesson plans, teaching strategies, and interventions
  • Prepare students for formal and informal assessments
  • Grade tests, quizzes, assignments, exams, and other assessments
  • Communicate with parents, students, teachers, and counselors regarding student performance
  • Assess student needs and provide support or extra resources to students
  • Use technology to improve lesson delivery and recordkeeping
  • Encourage students to think independently and to express original ideas
  • Establish and maintain standards of student behavior needed to provide an orderly, productive classroom environment

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrate a strong Christian testimony and be a member of a Bible-believing church
  • Serve as a positive Christian role model to our students and pursue Christ-like behavior
  • Possess knowledge of trends, developments, and new technologies as they relate to teaching mathematics at the secondary level
  • A bachelor's degree (Master’s degree preferred) from an accredited college or university is required, along with demonstrated excellence in all academic pursuits

If this opportunity interests you, please click here to apply.

Fort Worth Christian School is accepting applications for an Upper School Computer Science/STEM teacher who is willing and able to partner with the Upper School Administration and teaching faculty to execute a visionary plan for modern learning while equipping his/her students for a life of faith, service, and leadership for Christ.

Prior teaching experience at the high school level is strongly preferred along with understanding the essential nature of establishing positive and encouraging relationships with high school-aged students. Must be able to work cooperatively with all members of the staff and communicate effectively with parents. Coaching experience and willingness to invest in this arena are desired.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach modern learning, Computer Science, and STEM curriculum from a Biblical worldview
  • Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of the connection between technology, computer science, and other fields of study
  • Develop and deliver a program involving hands-on activities and projects using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) concepts
  • Understand and be able to design, develop, assess, and manage STEM learning experiences
  • Coach and mentor students on the robotics team which competes multiple times during the year and meets in class as well as after school
  • Instruct students on facets of Java, Python, and other relevant technologies
  • Instruct students on how computers work, including the basic science and mathematics behind their operation and the hardware and the software built on those foundations
  • Teach how to write computer programs, algorithms, and programming languages
  • Teach Advanced Placement (AP) level computer science courses (AP Computer Science Principles)

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrate a strong Christian testimony and be a member of a Bible-believing church
  • Serve as a positive Christian role model to our students and pursue Christ-like behavior
  • Possess knowledge of trends, developments, and new technologies as they relate to teaching computer science, robotics, and STEM courses
  • A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required along with demonstrated excellence in all academic pursuits


If this opportunity interests you, please click here to apply.

Fort Worth Christian School is seeking an Assistant Director of College Counseling for the 2022-2023 academic year. Candidates must have experience in either high school college counseling or college admissions. College admission experience is very desirable. In conjunction with the Director of College Counseling, the Assistant Director of College Counseling will guide students and their families through the college search process each year and work with underclassmen in preparation for the college application process. Knowledge of the college application process, ability to work with students and parents, willingness to build relationships with college representatives and participate in professional organizations, strong organizational skills, and excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. In addition to writing letters of recommendation, visiting college campuses, and staying current with college admission practices and trends both nationally and at specific institutions, the candidate will also help coordinate standardized testing, guide students on course scheduling, and plan a number of College Office events including student and parent Class Grade Meetings. This position is part-time, and the salary will be commensurate with experience. All Fort Worth Christian School employees will be asked to affirm our Statement of Faith.

Skills and competencies:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
  • Experience in college counseling and/or college admissions
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and written communication skills
  • The ability and desire to work in an extremely collaborative team environment
  • The ability to multitask and maintain flexibility in a high-energy, fast-paced environment
  • Being highly organized and capable of managing multiple projects in accordance with deadlines
  • A willingness to take the initiative and the lead as called upon

Inquiries, resumes, and any references should be directed to Raylyn Means via email at rmeans@fwc.org or serious candidates should complete an employment application here.  

The mission of the Cardinal Learning Center is to support students who have been identified as having a learning difference that directly impacts their ability to access the academic curriculum.  As an academically rigorous college preparatory school, Fort Worth Christian offers basic accommodations in the divisional testing/learning centers to support and develop each student’s unique potential while, at the same time, holding true to the academic and spiritual mission of the school. Students with mild learning differences are served and supported here at FWC. Our committed Academic Support professionals craft intentional plans to address each student's learning profile. Most importantly, we teach students to understand their needs and advocate for themselves within an academic setting. 

Responsibilities Include but not limited to:

  • Development of learning plan informed by qualified testing.
  • Support for learning including study and learning skills as well as subject support.
  • Communication with subject and grade level faculty
  • Communication with parents

A qualified applicant will have a Master’s degree and/or certification in Academic Language Therapy. Experience in serving students with these needs is preferred. This position is a 10-month position.

Click here to apply.

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with young children 
  • High school diploma
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proven organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to maintain a professional personal appearance, attitude, and work behavior at all times
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to work well with children one on one, or in a small group. 
  • Responsible, friendly, and nurturing.
  • Able to agree and adhere to Fort Worth Christian’s statement of faith. 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide support to the director in planning and supervising activities.
  • Provide children with social and emotional guidance and engage in various activities.
  • Ensure the development of positive relationships with children in promoting self-esteem and self-discipline.

Click here to apply.

Reports to:  Director of Athletics

Length of Contract:  Depends on part-time vs full-time

Summary:  Varsity Head Coaches are the Program Directors for their respective sport.  Program Directors, in partnership with the Director of Athletics, oversee all teams and all levels in their sport.  This provides a firm foundation for program development.  The coach will strive to motivate and assist athletes, both in-season and out-of-season, to achieve their full potential as young men and as players.

Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

  • Plan – Written tryout and/or practice plans are required with no exceptions.  Written plans provide the coach the ability to be both productive and efficient.  A progression of skill development and conditioning improvement should be apparent from practice plans. 
  • Supervise - A coach must be physically present and provide supervision over a structured practice that is appropriate for the age and maturity level of players.  Coaches also need to supervise the conditions, safe usage, maintenance and upkeep of equipment and facilities.
  • Assess Athlete Readiness for Practice and Competition – Coaches must be able to evaluate a student-athlete’s physical or maturational ability to compete.  If there is any doubt at all, the athlete should not compete until cleared by a medical physician.  Our school’s Athletic Trainer will not allow an injured or sick athlete to participate without medical clearance from the athlete’s physician.
  • Maintain Safe Playing Conditions – Coaches, full or part-time, paid or volunteer, are considered trained professionals who possess a higher level of knowledge and skill that permits them to identify foreseeable causes of injury specific to a sport and inherent in defective equipment or hazardous environments.  Weather conditions are also a consideration here. 
  • Provide Proper Equipment – Coaches must ensure that all players are properly equipped with equipment that is appropriate for the age and maturity of the athletes and that is clean, durable and safe.  Fitting should be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.  Athletes must wear protective equipment that is appropriate for the type and level of practice/playing activity.
  • Instruct Properly – Practices must be characterized by instruction that accounts for a logical sequence of fundamentals that consider the developmental level of the athlete and that lead to an enhanced progression of player knowledge, skill and capability.  In this regard, instruction must move from simple to complex, known to unknown.  Instruction must demonstrate appropriate and safe techniques and must include warnings about unsafe techniques and prohibited practices.
  • Match Athletes – Athletes should be matched against each other with consideration for maturity, skill, age, size and speed.  To the degree possible, mismatches should be avoided in all categories.
  • Condition Properly – Practices must account for a progression of cardiovascular and muscular-skeletal conditioning regimens that prepare athletes sequentially for more challenging practices and competitive activities.  Weather conditions should also be considered.
  • Warn – Coaches are required to warn parents and athletes of unsafe practices that are specific to a sport and the potential for injury or death.
  • Provide Emergency Care – All coaches are required to be CPR and First-Aid certified.  Coaches are expected to know how to engage professional emergency personnel (911) if needed.  Coaches should know where automated external defibrillators (AED’s) are located on campus.

Other duties as assigned.

Expectations:

  • Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect varsity head coaches to be committed long-term to the development of our programs.  This means that the boys varsity head coach will invest time and energy into developing our coaches and players, starting in the 6th grade.  The ideal candidate possesses the ability to create a pre-season, off-season and summer schedule within TAPPS rules and school policies to maximize high school player development.
  • Code of Conduct - Coaches are one of the most significant components to the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and critical, should be positive.  Coaches should never embarrass or demean student-athletes.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that is expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of their league.
  • Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.
  • Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 
  • Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive to practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility, and to greet their team.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  
  • Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields and gyms neat and clean. 
  • Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a given.  Varsity Head Coaches must also communicate effectively and routinely with parents.  Proactive communication with parents creates clear expectations and minimizes problems.
  • Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.
  • Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day.

Qualifications: 

  • Christ-follower first and foremost
  • College degree (if full-time); experience commensurate with this position
  • Having a CDL is a plus, but not required

Please email Nate Sanford (nsanford@fwc.org) to apply.

Job Title:  Fort Worth Christian Varsity Football Wide Receivers Coach

Reports to:  Director of Athletics

Length of Contract:  This is a stipend position.

Officially - Football Season      Unofficially - Year-round

Summary:  Fort Worth Christian seeks Christ-following, experienced, dynamic Varsity Wide Receivers Coach.

Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

  • Position coach for the Varsity Receivers group
  • Sunday afternoon staff meetings (in-season) to help develop the weekly game plan
  • Be a film-studier
  • Help develop the Middle School Wide Receivers Coach
  • Your share of staff duties as assigned by the Head Coach

Expectations:

Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect coaches to always think in terms of what is best for the overall development of the program, not just what is expedient for the moment.  

Code of Conduct - Coaches are one of the most significant components of the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament, and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and informed by high standards, should be positive.  Coaches should never intentionally embarrass or demean student-athletes as a method of teaching.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that are expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of TAPPS and their league.

Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.

Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 

Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive at practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility and greet their team prior to the scheduled practice.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  

Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically, and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields, and gyms neat, clean, and secure.

Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a must.  Proactive communication with players creates clear expectations and minimizes conflicts.  Communication with parents (as an assistant coach) should be cordial, but minimal.  Follow the head coach’s lead in this area.

Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.

Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort, while exemplifying the Lord in all we do.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day.

Qualifications: 

  • Christ-follower first and foremost.  This is non-negotiable.  
  • College degree is preferable, but not required.
  • Prior experience as a Wide Receivers position coach is preferred.

Please click here to apply -  when it asks for "Position of Interest," indicate your area of interest.

Job Title:  Fort Worth Christian Varsity Football Assistant Offensive Line Coach
Reports to:  Director of Athletics
Length of Contract:  This is a stipend position.  THIS IS NOT A FULL-TIME POSITION.
Officially - Football Season      Unofficially - Year round
Summary:  Fort Worth Christian seeks Christ-following, experienced, dynamic Varsity Assistant Offensive Line Coach.

Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:   

  • Assistant to the Position coach for the Varsity Offensive Line group
  • Sunday afternoon staff meetings (in-season) to help develop the weekly game plan
  • Be a film-studier
  • Your share of staff duties as assigned by the Head Coach

Expectations:

Long-Term, Program Development Focus – We expect coaches to always think in terms of what is best for the overall development of the program, not just what is expedient for the moment.  

Code of Conduct - Coaches are one of the most significant components of the athletic program and therefore must be Christian role models who are committed to fulfilling the mission of the school, desire to disciple our student-athletes, serve their families, and who are knowledgeable in their sport.  Mentoring, development, care, and safety of our student-athletes are the most important responsibilities of our coaches.  Because the behavior of a team can reflect the coach’s own manner, attitudes, temperament, and approach to athletics, coaches shall conduct themselves in a way, both on and off the field, that brings positive recognition to God, Fort Worth Christian School, their team, their sport and themselves.  Instruction and correction, while demanding and informed by high standards, should be positive.  Coaches should never intentionally embarrass or demean student-athletes as a method of teaching.  The same high standards of preparation, organization, hard work, self-discipline, sacrifice and Godly behavior that coaches expect of players should be the same that are expected of coaches.  Coaches will model good sportsmanship and respectful attitudes toward officials and opposing teams in victory and defeat.  All coaches are expected to know the rules of the game and the rules/policies of TAPPS and their league.

Be Certified – As a member of TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools), all high school coaches must be certified to coach.  This means that coaches must invest 5-10 hours each year before the start of the season to go through TAPPS required training and certification.

Be a Master Teacher – This starts with a spirit of humility and a hunger to continually improve your craft as a coach.  Great coaches are master teachers.  Knowing “x’s and o’s” is one thing… getting players to execute at the finest level of detail requires a master teacher. 

Be Present – Coaches are expected to attend all scheduled events (practices and games).  Coaches should arrive at practices and games early enough to set up equipment and the facility and greet their team prior to the scheduled practice.  Coaches should not leave the facility of a game or event until all student-athletes have left the premises, or have made prior arrangements with parents.  

Be a Good Steward – Administratively, logistically, and operationally, high school athletics is a large undertaking.  Coaches need to keep all equipment, storage areas, locker rooms, weight rooms, fields, and gyms neat, clean, and secure.

Communicate Well and Often – Being a great communicator with players is a must.  Proactive communication with players creates clear expectations and minimizes conflicts.  Communication with parents (as an assistant coach) should be cordial, but minimal.  Follow the head coach’s lead in this area.

Care Greatly About Details – Coaches must be detail-oriented and organized.  Coaches who cannot care about the fine details should not expect a player to care about the fine details.  This includes practice plans, drills, game plans, post-game evaluations, playbooks, etc.  Assuming you have fine attention and care for detail, you can expect the same from your players.  Coaches get what they tolerate.

Focus on the Process – All we can do and ask of our team is to prepare well, work hard and give great effort, while exemplifying the Lord in all we do.  Sometimes doing that produces a win, sometimes it does not.  We will not focus on the scoreboard or wins and losses.  Regardless of baseline talent, we will work to get better each day.

Qualifications: 

  • Christ-follower first and foremost.  This is non-negotiable.  
  • College degree is preferable, but not required.
  • Prior experience as an Offensive Line position coach is preferred.

Click here to apply.

Length of Contract:  236 Days

Summary:  Under the supervision of the Assistant Head of School and Associate Head of School for Operations and Finance.  The Database Manager position is a 12-month, full-time position, and a member of the operation and advancement teams. 

Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:  

Advancement

  • Manage Development Database (Raiser’s Edge) to maintain clean and robust donor contact information. Manage the coordination of the alumni database and student database with Raiser's Edge.   
  • Perform accurate gift entry, recording, and processing of all contributions to the school including daily and periodic deposit reports and reconciliation with the Business Office.
  • Manage and execute the gift acknowledgment and pledge reminder processes.
  • Create daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports for the advancement team, and provide reports to the Business Office as requested. Prepare lists for Annual Report.
  • Create and manage the Annual Giving Campaign database and reporting needs for the volunteer committee (primarily in the Fall).
  • Support the auction (Spring event) and auction committee including oversight of the auction database (Bidpal) and managing volunteers assisting with data entry.
  • Run lists, mail merges, prepare reports as requested by advancement, business office, or communications. 
  • Identify and recommend courses of action on any data quality issues and ensure compliance with School’s policies and procedures around data.

Operations

  • Manage all aspects for disbursements (other than payroll) including review, verify, enter and code all invoices and disbursements.
  • Post transactions to journals, ledgers, and other records
  • Reconcile accounts payable transactions
  • Prepare analysis of accounts
  • Monitor accounts to ensure payments are up to date
  • Maintain vendor files
  • Correspond with vendors and respond to inquiries
  • Produce monthly reports
  • Assist with month-end closing
  • Provide supporting documentation for audits
  • Prepare special reports and reconciliations as requested by the Associate Head of School. 
  • Prepare and submit 1099’s 

 

Qualifications: 

  • Committed to living and teaching a life of service to Christ in accordance with the FWC Statement of Faith and Beliefs.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • Previous experience with database functions, the candidate with Blackbaud experience will have an advantage.
  • MS Word, Excel, and merge skills required 
  • Willingness and ability to professionally correspond by email and telephone with donors and vendors.
  • Problem-solving skills are required to identify issues and create action plans. 
     

Click here to apply.

 

 

GENERAL APPLICATIONS

If you are interested in applying for a future teaching, coaching, administrative, or substitute position at FWC, we welcome the opportunity to grow our pool of quality candidates should a position open up.

Click here to apply - when it asks for "Position of Interest," indicate your area of interest.

Contract CDL Bus Driver

To apply for this position please email Wanda Shantz (wshantz@fwc.org).

 

 


 

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Fort Worth Christian School is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including age, sex, color, race, creed, national origin, marital status, political belief or disability. Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons hired must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity within three (3) days of being hired. Failure to submit such proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.