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  • +  Director of Community Development and Inclusion

    Director of Community Development and Inclusion
    Job Description and Enumeration of Responsibilities
     
                  Notre Dame Preparatory School (NDP), a Catholic, independent school for girls in grades 6-12 in Towson, Maryland, is seeking a Director of Community Development and Inclusion (DCDI). The DCDI fulfills all duties in keeping with the tenants of Catholic Social Teaching, the Charism of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, and the mission of Notre Dame Preparatory School. A twelve-month employee, the DCDI is responsible for guiding efforts and creating opportunities to define, assess, educate, and promote the community’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural proficiency as well as help the School address issues surrounding the recruitment and retention of a diverse student body, faculty, and staff. As a member of the Headmistress Council, the School’s Senior Administration, the Director reports directly to the Head of School and partners with School leaders, faculty, staff, students, community life-related committees, and external constituencies. The DCDI also teaches one academic course or elective, and advises and develops connection with and understanding of NDP’s curriculum, students, and faculty.
     
    Responsibilities of the DCDI:
    • Diversity - Support the School’s efforts to build a more diverse faculty, staff,and student body, particularly as it relates to socioeconomics, race, and religion
      • This includes, but is not limited to
        • working with Admissions to recruit students of color and students from various socio-economic backgrounds
        • working with the administration and department chairs to recruit faculty of color
        • working with the administration and independently to support and retain students and faculty of color and students from various socio-economic backgrounds
     
    • Inclusion - Support faculty, students, staff, and families in cultivating and sustaining an inclusive school environment in which all constituents feel a positive sense of belonging and connectedness.
      • This includes, but is not limited to
        • creating and/or coordinating affinity groups for students and parents identified as needing support from the School
        • designing cultural competency learning opportunities for all constituent groups
        • supporting faculty in implementing culturally relevant pedagogy and inclusive curricula
        • supporting faculty, students, staff, and families in creating and sustaining an inclusive school environment in which all students feel supported and valued
        • serving as a resource on diversity issues for faculty and staff in their work with students and in their development of curricula and programs
        • collaborating with both individual faculty members and teams to develop curricula that support the School’s inclusivity efforts
        • researching new pedagogies, curricula, and best practices that address common classroom challenges in teaching about identity, social difference, and inequality, and train faculty how to incorporate these into their classrooms
        • networking with diversity coordinators at other independent schools as well as off-campus cultural resource organizations
        • working with freshman advisors to develop and teach 9th-grade advising curricula around identity, inclusion, and multicultural competencies
        • co-coordinating the annual Fall and Spring Admissions Diversity Events for prospective families with the Director of Admissions
     
    • Equity - Review and develop inclusive and equitable institutional policies, practices, procedures, and programs as they pertain to all forms of identity (race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, sexual orientation, and family composition)
      • This includes, but is not limited to
        • serving as a resource and support for students, faculty, parents, administration, and the Board
        • serving on community development and inclusion-related committees and task forces
        • supporting education around conflict resolution among community constituents
        • promoting, advising, and supporting curriculum development aimed at teaching and learning to think critically about cultural diversity and equity
        • developing student leadership in matters related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
        • responding to diversity- and equity-related issues among the student body as they arise
        • working in tandem with the School Counselor, teachers, and other faculty/staff to support diversity- and equity-related leadership
        • acting as a resource for the Board of Trustees in integrating multicultural skills and habits of heart and mind into their stewardship of the school
     
    Qualifications
                  An advanced degree, master’s or higher, in a relevant field and at least 7 years middle and/or upper school teaching experience and at least 5 years leading institutional efforts around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
     
    Send Resumes to:
    Joanne Jones
    Executive Director of Academics
    Notre Dame Preparatory School
    jonesj@notredameprep.com
    815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286
     
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  • +  Mathematics Teacher Grades 6-12

    Notre Dame Preparatory, a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for girls for grades 6-12 located in Towson, Maryland is seeking candidates for a full-time/part-time teaching position in Middle School/Upper School Mathematics, to begin August 2020. Teaching responsibilities may include 6th grade math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, or Calculus.
     
    The ideal candidate possesses a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, but a master’s degree and MSDE certification is desirable, as well as successful classroom experience and knowledge of instructional technology in high school mathematics.
     
    Please send resume and cover letter of interest to Stacy Wilson, Mathematics Department Chairperson, wilsons@notredameprep.com; Phone: 410-825-6202; Fax: 410-832-2625


  • +  Social Studies Teacher

    Notre Dame Preparatory, a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for girls for grades 6-12, located in Towson, Maryland is seeking candidates for a full-time teaching position in the Middle School/Upper School Social Studies Department, to begin August 2020. Teaching responsibilities may include 7th grade Social Studies, U.S. History, Psychology, or World Cultures.

    The candidate should possess a bachelor’s degree in history and a MSDE certification, but a master’s degree is desirable as well as successful classroom experience and knowledge of instructional technology in high school social studies.

    Please send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references with contact information, and recommendation letters to Mary O’Hara, Social Studies Department Chair, oharam@notredameprep.com; Phone: 410-825-6202.


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An Independent, Catholic Girls School
Grades 6-12
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