Since its founding in 1873, Notre Dame Preparatory School has provided a stellar college preparatory education to young girls in the tradition of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. The essence of the school’s mission—academic excellence, spiritual growth, and the practice of justice—has remained the same since the school’s establishment and provides the foundation allowing NDP to offer a solid liberal arts-based curriculum while responding to the educational needs of the times. 

The campus is located on 60 wooded acres in Towson, Maryland, and draws students from more than 80 zip codes around the region. Since 2011, NDP has been named a  Baltimore Sun Top Workplace, an honor determined by employee feedback.

If you are interested in being part of an inclusive, dynamic community of educators dedicated to providing a stellar academic experience for young women and are committed to the mission and values of the SSNDs, we welcome you to join us! 

Notre Dame Preparatory has openings for the following positions. Please click on the links below to read the job descriptions and application instructions.

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  • +  Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Mission: We educate and empower girls to become women who transform the world. Infused with the spirit of the School Sisters of Notre Dame and rooted in the teachings of the Catholic Church, the Notre Dame Preparatory School community strives to answer God’s call “…to act justly, to love tenderly, and to walk humbly with God.” (Micah 6:8)

    Notre Dame Preparatory School Overview
    Founded in 1873, Notre Dame Preparatory School is an independent, Catholic school for girls in grades 6-12. A vibrant learning community of 830 students, NDP is located on 60 wooded acres in Towson, Maryland.

    Notre Dame Preparatory School is dedicated to the ideals of transformative education. Inspired by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the school’s founding order, NDP’s dedicated, creative, and extraordinary faculty present an outstanding educational experience, simultaneously rooted in the liberal arts and relevant to today’s society. Through hands-on projects, experiential learning, and foundational coursework, NDP students think critically, solve problems creatively, and communicate clearly. Outside of the classroom, co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences develop their confidence and leadership. The school’s spiritual and justice missions, rooted in the Gospel and inspired by the SSND charism of unity, anchors students as they seek to become loving, just, and wise young women ready to change the world for the better. 

    Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    Notre Dame Preparatory School seeks a full-time, 12-month Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity to establish and lead the school’s inaugural Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Belonging. The Director will be a spiritually grounded person who sees the work of inclusivity through the Gospel lens. As a member of the Headmistress Council, the school’s senior administration, the Director partners with school leaders, faculty, staff, students, community life-related committees, and external constituencies, and will strive to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and excellence throughout the NDP community. The Director will research and share educational advancements, inspiring our passionate faculty, staff, administrators, students, and parents to engage in best practices in keeping with our mission and vision and our approach to teaching and learning. 

    A visible, active leader, the Director will be principled, balanced, and strong-minded, with the instincts and ability to develop policy, common language, and practice in the area of multicultural education in a complex and vibrant school community. The ideal candidate will be an academic leader with excellent interpersonal skills and high energy, as well as a strong work ethic and a track record of starting and maintaining innovative programs designed to improve student experience and community understanding.

    Responsibilities:  
     
    Diversity--Support the School’s efforts to build a more diverse faculty, staff, and student body
     
    Priorities include:
    • recruiting students of color and students from various socioeconomic backgrounds
    • recruiting diverse faculty and staff
    • support and retention of students and faculty of color and students from various socioeconomic 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.
    Priorities include:
    • designing cultural competency learning opportunities for all constituent groups including culturally relevant pedagogy and inclusive curricula
    • serving as a resource on diversity and inclusion issues for faculty and staff in their work with students and in their development of curricula and programs
    • 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
    Equity--Review and develop inclusive and equitable institutional policies, practices, procedures, and programs as they pertain to all forms of identity.
     
    Priorities include:
    • 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
    • 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
    •  Master’s degree or higher preferred
    • Meaningful classroom or training experience
    • Significant experience in a leadership role in an academic institution, ideally including expertise in diversity and equity work, curricular program development, and faculty/staff development
    • Proven ability to manage daily responsibilities while maintaining focus on strategic and long-term goals
    • Team player and collaborative leader
    • Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills with a demonstrated ability to connect with a broad range of constituencies
    • A belief in the Mission, Vision, and Catholic values of Notre Dame Preparatory School

    Please submit a cover letter including salary requirements and resumes to:
    Joanne Jones
    Executive Director of Academics
    Notre Dame Preparatory School 
    jonesj@notredameprep.com
    815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286
     
    Priority review and consideration will be given to applicant materials submitted on or before March 1.
  • +  Middle Level Director

    Notre Dame Preparatory School (NDP), an independent, Catholic school for girls in grades 6-12 in Towson, is seeking a Middle Level Director to head its dynamic middle school (grades 6-8). The Middle Level Director reports to the Executive Director of Academics/Principal.
     
    The right candidate will enjoy working in a mission-driven, religious educational setting. The school seeks applicants who reflect and support a commitment to educating young women in the tradition of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) to be loving, just, and wise. This 12-month, full-time position would be for the 2021-2022 school year beginning July 1, 2021.
     
    Below is a description of the position and the responsibilities:
     
    The Middle Level Director receives her/his appointment from the Headmistress, reports directly to the Executive Director of Academics/Principal, and is a member of the administrative Leadership Team. As Director for all facets of each level (6-8), she/he ensures that the academic quality, religious tone, and development of the students correspond with the mission and philosophy of Notre Dame Preparatory School. The Director has direct input in the areas of communication, curriculum, guidance, and religious formation, and assists in giving direction, consistency, and stability to the overall development of the school program. Recognizing the differences between students in their respective age groups, the Director works to promote unity among the staff, teachers, parents, and students of the entire school.
     
    The duties of the Director of the Middle Level are to:
    • supervise the Assistant Director of the Middle Level
    • work with Registrar on construction of the master schedule for the Middle Level;
    • schedule regular meetings with the ML faculty and assist in the planning of general faculty meetings;
    • coordinate and oversee implementation of the Middle Level curriculum in conjunction with the Executive Director of Academics/Principal and Department Chairs;
    • evaluate the professional performance of the Middle Level faculty, and in consultation with the Executive Director of Academics/Principal, as well as the Department Chairs, recommend their advancement, probation, or termination;
    • support the recruitment, interviewing, and recommendations for appointment of new Middle Level faculty in conjunction with appropriate administration/faculty;
    • collaborate with the Upper Level Director to ensure seamless matriculation on all levels of students between the Middle and Upper Levels;
    • assist the Dean of Students and other staff members in the preparation of specific schedules, examination schedules, and the school calendar;
    • assist in preparing Middle Level student and parent orientation sessions;
    • assist in developing and conducting in-service opportunities for Middle Level faculty;
    • assist in scheduling parent-teacher conferences;
    • work with the Middle Level faculty in the implementation of technology in all areas of the curriculum;
    • communicate regularly with parents in those areas that call for it, e.g. Middle Level events, schedule changes, conferences, and matters pertaining to the daily routine of the school;
    • assist with textbook ordering process;
    • meet weekly with the Leadership Team and participate in Academic Council meetings and regularly scheduled faculty and staff meetings;
    • inform the Middle Level students of school policy regarding behavior, responsibility, and honor based on the school’s philosophy;
    • coordinate after-school Middle Level extracurricular activities;
    • supervise the review and distribution of Middle Level report cards and maintenance of Middle Level academic records;
    • supervise standardized testing for Middle Level and entering sixth-grade students;
    • coordinate course placement of Middle Level students;
    • formulate the budget for the Middle Level and approve cash expenditures; and
    • perform other administrative duties pertaining to her/his position as may be assigned by the Headmistress.
    Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree required
    • 5 years of successful experience in academic leadership, preferably at the middle school level
    • Embrace the SSND charism and NDP mission
    • Demonstrated support of the teachings of the Catholic Church
    • Demonstrated understanding of middle-school girls
    • Outstanding management, collaboration, communication, and multi-tasking skills
    • Technology skills as they relate to the position
     
    Send resume, cover letter, and references to Ms. Laurie Jones, Coordinator of Special Projects, Notre Dame Preparatory School, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286, jonesla@notredameprep.com.
  • +  Director of Finance and Operations

     
    Notre Dame Preparatory School Overview
    Founded in 1873, Notre Dame Preparatory School is an independent, Catholic school for girls in grades 6-12. A vibrant learning community of 830 students, NDP is located on 60 wooded acres in Towson, Maryland.

    Notre Dame Preparatory School is dedicated to the ideals of transformative education. Inspired by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the school’s founding order, NDP’s dedicated, creative, and extraordinary faculty present an outstanding educational experience, simultaneously rooted in the liberal arts and relevant to today’s society. Through hands-on projects, experiential learning, and foundational coursework, NDP students think critically, solve problems creatively, and communicate clearly. Outside of the classroom, co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences develop their confidence and leadership. The school’s spiritual and justice missions, rooted in the Gospel and inspired by the SSND charism of unity, anchors students as they seek to become loving, just, and wise young women ready to change the world for the better. 

    Director of Finance and Operations
    Notre Dame Preparatory School seeks a full-time, 12-month Director of Finance and Operations to manage business affairs and the financial activities of the school under the direction of the Headmistress, and in conjunction with the financial policies and procedures established by the Board of Trustees.  Below are the essential duties and responsibilities of the Director of Finance and Operations position.  Other duties may be assigned at the discretion of the Headmistress.

    Responsibilities:  
    Finance and Human Resources:
    • Responsible for all areas of the accounting function, including developing and overseeing appropriate financial procedures and controls
    • Serves as a consultant to the Headmistress Council and the Leadership Team with respect to financial management, risk management, information analysis, and policies;
    • Manage and oversee all aspects of a $16M + annual financial budget, including the development of the annual budget, financial forecasts, and five-year plan;
    • Responsible for preparation and presentation of financial statements and analysis of accounts
    • Responsible for annual financial audit;
    • Serves as a liaison on the Finance Committee and Investment Committee assisting in the planning and review of the school’s fiscal policies as established by the Board of Trustees;
    • Manages cash flow position of the school and responsibilities include authority to establish credit and collections and purchasing policies to establish schedules for bill payment;
    • Manage all banking, insurance, and investment advisor vendor relationships;
    • Administer all debt and bond issues, including all regulatory reporting and related payments;
    • Manage and oversee all aspects of the endowment, capital, and restricted funds;
    • Distribute financial aid awards in conjunction with the Financial Aid Committee
    • Supervise the Employee 403 B Plan;
    • Formulate and revise employment policies
    • Manage, evaluate, and develop the benefit and insurance programs provided to faculty staff and students;
    • Review and analyze all records for payroll and benefit plans;
     
    Buildings and Grounds:
    • Supervises plant manager in establishing and maintaining standards of plant housekeeping, maintenance, and repairs commensurate with the limitations of financial resources available with respect to the preservation of property, safety, the quality of students and faculty life, functional use, and esthetic values.
    • Monitors establishment of priorities and schedule for timely completion of work.
    • Monitors routine purchases of the department and supervises negotiations and approval of major contracts, work in progress, and payments.
    • Supervises the coordination and scheduling of facilities for both school activities and non-school groups and organizations.  Arranges for services to be provided and fees to be collected if appropriate.
    • Supervises purchase and maintenance of appropriate office furniture, equipment, supplies, and systems to support the administrative and educational needs of the school;
    • Serve as staff liaison on the Building and Grounds Committee
    • Provide management oversight of capital campaign projects and other large renovations
    • Oversee school’s facilities including upkeep maintenance and enhancement of the physical plant;
    • Oversee the maintenance of school grounds and the security of the facility;
    • Review and negotiate contract with and manage the independent foodservice contractor
     
    Qualifications
    • Four-year degree in business from an accredited college or university is required.
    • CPA certification required
    • Master’s Degree in Business Management or related field strongly preferred.
    • At least ten years experience in accounting, financial analysis, and budget formulation, ideally in education
    • Strong background in finance, budgeting, investing, and cash management
    • Working knowledge of federal and state employment law including HIPAA, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, and EEO.
    • Proven ability to manage daily responsibilities while maintaining focus on strategic and long-term goals
    • Capacity to work effectively as part of an institutional leadership and management team.
    • Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality.
    • Advanced technology skills including Word, Outlook, Excel, and database management software
    • Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills with a demonstrated ability to connect with a broad range of constituencies
    • A belief in the Mission, Vision, and Catholic values of Notre Dame Preparatory School

    Please submit a cover letter including salary requirements and resumes to:
    Sister Patricia McCarron, SSND, Ph.D.
    Headmistress
    Notre Dame Preparatory School 
    mccarronp@notredameprep.com
    815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286
     
    Priority review and consideration will be given to applicant materials submitted on or before May 1.
     
  • +  Admissions Coordinator and Counselor

    Notre Dame Preparatory School (NDP), an independent, Catholic school for girls in grades 6-12 in Towson, is seeking an Admissions Coordinator and Counselor to support admissions and enrollment management at the school. The Admissions Coordinator and Counselor reports to the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management. This is a 12-month, full-time position, which begins on July 1, 2021.

    The right candidate will enjoy working in a mission-driven, religious educational setting. The school seeks applicants who reflect and support the mission of the Notre Dame Prep and the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the school’s founding order. The coordinator and counselor is expected to help in enrollment efforts, and maintain a positive relationship with the administration, faculty, students, parents, and prospective students and parents. This position requires an outgoing person who is very comfortable engaging with strangers and can work both collaboratively as well as independently on assigned projects and tasks. This is a decision-making position.

    Admissions Coordinator and Counselor duties include but are not limited to:
    • Greet parents and conduct interviews on shadow days with prospective students
    • Attend and assist with admissions-related events (virtual or in-person) including but not limited to: recruitment fairs (weeknight/weekdays), Open House, high school fairs, sports clinics, school tours, student/parent panels and information sessions, testing days, phon-a-thons, all conversion events, and other admission-related special events and activities as deemed necessary by the director of admissions or head of school.
    • Manage the Bus Services for surrounding counties (Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, and Howard)
    • Support admissions marketing via all mediums in collaboration with the communications office
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management.
    Required Experience and Skills:
    • Possess strong oral and written communication skills; strong attention to detail.
    • Ability to organize, prioritize multiple tasks and carry them out with speed and accuracy.
    • Ability to build and cultivate relationships—engage with people and prospects on an individual level.
    • Assurance in maintaining confidential information.
    • Possess strong computer and technology skills with experience in Microsoft office specifically word (mail merge knowledge is a must), excel, Powerpoint; social media familiarity; Zoom expertise; database skills and experience with database required (ex: Blackbaud, Whipple Hill, etc); other technology familiarity not included here.
    • Be prompt and on-time and stay late as needed to complete tasks during peak season.
    • Admissions experience a plus.
    • This is a unique position. Although the job description outlines the normal and essential duties of this position, it must be pointed out that it may be necessary for the Admissions Coordinator and Counselor to perform other duties not listed if deemed necessary by the Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management and Headmistress.
    Interested candidates should email Mrs. Maureen Cannon, director of admissions and enrollment management, with a cover letter and resume. cannonm@notredameprep.com
  • +  Library Assistant

    Notre Dame Preparatory School, a Catholic, independent college prep school for girls in grades 6-12, located in Towson, Maryland seeks a full-time, Library Assistant. The position begins August 2021.

    Responsibilities for the position include:
    • Circulation management – Checking materials in and out, shelving, maintaining records and storage for periodicals and equipment, assisting with preparation and distribution of overdue notices
    • Catalogue maintenance – Preparing books for cataloging, data entry in a computerized catalogue, withdrawing items, changing circulation codes
    • Student assistance – Helping students find print materials, use the copier, and navigate online databases and other online subscriptions such as NoodleTools.
    • Additional responsibilities - helping to maintain an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable as well as conducive to studying, collecting and sorting mail, unpacking and checking shipments for accuracy, maintaining library supplies, creating bulletin boards and library displays, assisting with library events such as speakers, book clubs, summer reading, and other reading initiatives.
    • Special consideration given to candidates that read avidly and are well versed in middle grade and/or young adult literature.
    The school seeks applications from candidates who possess a commitment to Notre Dame Preparatory School’s mission of academic excellence, spiritual growth, and social justice.
    Send resume and letter of interest to Sandra Veresink, Head Librarian,  veresinks@notredameprep.com, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286; Phone: 410-825-6202 ext. 1301
  • +  French/Spanish Upper Level Teacher

    Notre Dame Preparatory School, a Catholic, independent school for girls grades 6-12, located in Towson, Maryland, seeks a full-time French/Spanish Upper Level teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. 

    The teacher’s responsibilities will be to teach basic levels to the more advanced.  The ideal candidate will have a strong academic record in French and Spanish language and literature with an understanding of the communicative method of instruction.  While special emphasis is placed on the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines, there will also be a focus on the implementation of the new Partnership 21st Century Skills Map.

    The Department’s philosophy emphasizes multi-sensory, cooperative learning, with the teacher acting as facilitator for student discovery of concepts. An understanding of a variety of learning styles is essential. Notre Dame Prep is a one-to-one laptop school and has a language lab with audio, video, and internet capability; the skills and knowledge to utilize available technology is a strong consideration in the ideal candidate.

    Send resume and letter of interest to Joanne Jones, Executive Director, jonesj@notredameprep.com, and Sarah Myers, Language Department Chair, myerss@notredameprep.com, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286; Phone:  410-825-6202 ext. 1005; Fax: 410-832-2625.
  • +  Science Teacher (Physics)

    Notre Dame Preparatory School, a Catholic, independent college prep school for girls grades 6-12, located in Towson Maryland seeks a full-time, Upper Level science teacher with a focus in Physics. The position begins August 2021.

    The ideal candidate will have a strong academic record in science with special emphasis on Physics. The Department’s philosophy emphasizes experiential, hands-on learning, as well as a solid presentation of course concepts using a variety of teaching methods. Experience in inquiry-based instruction preferred. High School teaching experience preferred. Notre Dame Prep is a one-to-one laptop school; the skills and knowledge to utilize available technology is a strong consideration in the ideal candidate. The school seeks applications from candidates who possess a commitment to Notre Dame Preparatory School’s mission of academic excellence, spiritual growth, and social justice. Send resume and letter of interest to Joanne Jones, Executive Director, jonesj@notredameprep.com, and Christa Simmers, Science Department Chair, simmersc@notredameprep.com, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286; Phone:  410-825-6202 ext. 1005; 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 2021. Teaching responsibilities may include Middle Level Social Studies, U.S. History, or World Cultures.

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

    Please send a resume, cover letter, and three references with contact information, and recommendation letters to Mary O’Hara, Social Studies Department Chair, oharam@notredameprep.com; Phone: 410-825-6202.
  • + Upper Level Science Teacher for 2021-2022

    Notre Dame Preparatory School, a Catholic, independent college prep school for girls grades 6-12, located in Towson Maryland seeks a full-time, Upper Level science teacher with a focus in Chemistry. The position begins August 2021.

    The ideal candidate will have a strong academic record in science with special emphasis on Chemistry. The Department’s philosophy emphasizes experiential, hands-on learning, as well as a solid presentation of course concepts using a variety of teaching methods. Experience in inquiry-based instruction preferred. High School teaching experience preferred. Notre Dame Prep is a one-to-one laptop school; the skills and knowledge to utilize available technology is a strong consideration in the ideal candidate. The school seeks applications from candidates who possess a commitment to Notre Dame Preparatory School’s mission of academic excellence, spiritual growth, and social justice.

    Interested candidates should send an electronic application that contains a brief cover letter, résumé, and the names and contact information of three to five references. Send resume and references to Christa Simmers, Science Department Chair, and Joanne Jones, Principal, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286; simmersc@notredameprep.com and jonesj@notredameprep.com.
  • +  Grades 6-12 Mathematics Teacher for 2021-2022

    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 Upper School Mathematics, to begin August 2021.  Teaching responsibilities may include Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Statistics, or AP Statistics. 
     
    The ideal candidate possesses a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, but a master’s degree and MSDE certification is desirable, as well as successful high school 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
  • +  Instructional Assistants

    Notre Dame Preparatory School is seeking Instructional Assistants for classes in numerous grades (6th – 12th). Instructional Assistants will supervise students when a teacher is out of the class; responsibilities might include substituting when a teacher is absent, monitoring a class while a teacher instructs remotely, and/or supervising students during lunch and recess periods. Instructional Assistants will coordinate with teachers as needed to manage classes and materials. This position is a temporary one running through June 10, 2021.

    Notre Dame Preparatory School is committed to a diverse and inclusive community and seeks applications for this position from candidates who will contribute to an environment in which all are valued and supported.

    Strong applicants will have at least a high school diploma and prior experience working with students; bachelor’s level course work is a plus. Additional qualifications include strong organization and communication skills, flexibility, and experience working with technology.

    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and/or a resume to Mrs. Joanne Jones, Executive Director of Academics/Principal, by email at jonesj@notredameprep.com or by mail to NDP, 815 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286.
  • +  Long-Term English Substitute

    Notre Dame Preparatory, a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for girls for grades 6-12 located in Towson, Maryland is seeking candidates for a long-term substitute, full-time teaching position in English in the upper level to begin January 25, 2021.  Teaching responsibilities include teaching sections of English 10, and AP English Literature.
     
    The ideal candidate possesses a bachelor’s degree in English, but a master’s degree and MSDE certification is desirable, as well as successful classroom experience and knowledge of instructional technology in 6-12 English.
     
    POSITION DETAILS
    This is a long-term substitute teaching position. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.
     
    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Create and facilitate engaging and meaningful lessons 
    • Create, manage, and evaluate authentic experiential projects, assessments, and experiences for students
    • Collaborate with the other teachers to enhance the students’ experience
    • Differentiate instruction depending on class section
    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
    Required:
    • BA/BS Degree  
    • State certification in teaching
    • Ability to work collaboratively 
    • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
    • Commitment to professional development and best practices in education
    • Ability to differentiate within the classroom
    • Technologically knowledgeable
    Resumes and cover letters should be sent to Joanne Jones, Executive Director of Academics, Notre Dame Preparatory, jonesj@notredameprep.com.
     
     
     
  • +  Long-Term Math Substitutes (2)

     
     
    Notre Dame Preparatory, a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for girls for grades 6-12 located in Towson, Maryland is seeking candidates for two long-term substitute, full-time teaching positions in Math in the Middle Level and Upper Level to begin January 25, 2021. Teaching responsibilities will include a combination of the following math courses: 6th grade Math, Algebra I, and Algebra II, and Geometry.
     
    The ideal candidate possesses a bachelor’s degree in Math, but a master’s degree and MSDE certification are desirable, as well as successful classroom experience and knowledge of instructional technology in 6-12 Math.
     
    POSITION DETAILS
    This is a long-term substitute teaching position. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.
     
    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Create and facilitate engaging and meaningful lessons 
    • Create, manage, and evaluate authentic experiential projects, assessments, and experiences for students
    • Collaborate with the other teachers to enhance the students’ experience
    • Differentiate instruction depending on class section
    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
    Required:
    • BA/BS Degree  
    • State certification in teaching
    • Ability to work collaboratively 
    • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
    • Commitment to professional development and best practices in education
    • Ability to differentiate within the classroom
    • Technologically knowledgeable
    A resume and cover letter should be sent to Joanne Jones, Executive Director of Academics, Notre Dame Preparatory School, jonesj@notredameprep.com.



Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Consistent with all applicable laws, Notre Dame Preparatory School will recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other bases prohibited by law, provided the individual is qualified, with or without reasonable accommodations, to perform the essential functions of the job.  

All employment decisions shall be consistent with the principle of equal employment opportunity, and only valid job qualifications will be required.

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An Independent, Catholic Girls School
Grades 6-12
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