Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School is an independent, faithful Catholic school PK-12th grade, under the direction of the Sisters of the Company of the Savior. We are currently seeking a Preschool Teacher to begin work in January 2024. Take a look inside the Mater Salvatoris experience by watching our video here: stamford.matersalvatoris.org/msvideo.
To Apply: Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume and list of references, addressed to Sr. Maria Alguacil, Head of School, at email@example.com.
• Practicing Roman Catholic, in good standing
• Vocation for teaching, caring deeply for students
• Excellent human relations and interpersonal skills, self-starter, well-organized, team player
• Flexibility in assessing educational needs and strategies and ability to adapt appropriately
• Willingness to learn how to implement Mater Salvatoris’ unique method and curriculum
• Facilitate success and growth in students’ academic and interpersonal skills through implementing Mater Salvatoris method and curriculum
• Support the Sisters of the Company of the Savior and their mission of providing a faithful and well-rounded Catholic education
• More details will be presented during the personal interview
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Education or related discipline applicable to teaching assignment
• Successful prior teaching experience for the appropriate grade level preferred
• Master’s degree preferred
Office of Development and Alumnae Relations
Since its founding in 1905, the mission of Cathedral High School (CHS) has been to provide young women with a transformative Catholic education that challenges them to fulfill their academic potential, inspires them to serve and care for their communities, and imbues them with a deep awareness of their own human dignity.
CHS is an all-girls Catholic college preparatory high school in Manhattan serving 400 young women, most of whom represent economically disadvantaged populations. Our students come from all five New York City boroughs, as well as Long Island, Westchester, and New Jersey and represent 42 nationalities. The students are also racially diverse: 56% Hispanic, 28.4% African or African American, 9% multi-racial, 4.2% Asian, and 2.4% Caucasian. Over 60% of the students are eligible for free or discounted meals, and 34% are on public assistance. More than 50% of CHS students are from single-parent households, and all student tuition is partly subsidized.
About the Position:
The Stewardship Manager will join a dynamic team at a historic moment in Cathedral High School’s history! As we navigate our recent relocation and launch the school’s first-ever comprehensive campaign, the Stewardship Manager will play a critical role in dramatically growing Cathedral High School’s donor cultivation, fundraising, and stewardship efforts through supporting all development and alumnae engagement activities. This individual will manage relationships with scholarship sponsors and foundations while growing support from both. He or she will oversee the implementation of Cathedral High School’s annual fund and monthly giving program, assist with events, produce print and digital fundraising communications, and manage all aspects of student sponsor engagement.
• Manage a portfolio of donors and prospects from $1,000-$4,999 with metrics and benchmarks (both monetary and activity) to achieve throughout the year on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis
• Grow foundation support of Cathedral High School through management of full application cycle, including drafting proposals, cultivating foundation prospects, and managing reporting
• Provide day-to-day administrative support to the department, including scheduling donor and alumnae visits, responding to alumnae inquiries, and donor and alumnae outreach as necessary
• Oversee and manage quarterly communication between students and scholarship sponsors and coordinate all logistics around named scholarships
• Conduct accurate and thorough donor research realizing the importance of research in the prospect identification and strategy process
• Structure and implement monthly giving program
• Assist with coordination and production of fundraising and donor cultivation events, including event and appeal mailings
• Assist the Development and Alumnae Relations team on communications, such as the newsletter and alumnae magazine
• Special projects as needed
Required Education, Experience, and Skills:
• Personal commitment to the mission of Cathedral High School
• An understanding of and enthusiasm for Catholic education, values, and culture
• 4-Year college degree
• Detail-oriented, highly organized, and with a strong sense of responsibility and teamwork
• Personable and engaging, comfortable dealing with a wide variety of constituents and donors
• Energetic and willingness to learn
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• An ability to work on a broad range of tasks on a small team
• Interest in development and philanthropy
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Suite, specifically Excel, Word, and InDesign, familiarity with or ability to learn Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT
• Some nights and weekends required
The salary for this position will likely fall in the $60,000-$70,000 range but may be flexible for an exceptional candidate.
If interested, please send cover letter and resume to Maréa Hurson, Director of Development and Alumnae Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academy of Our Lady is looking for a 7th and 8th grade Math and Social Studies teacher. Full time combined position. Math experience preferred.
Teaching certificate required.
Please send resumes or inquiries to:
Ms. Katharine Clemente, Principal email@example.com
AoOL is a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and a Middle States Accredited school (just 15 miles from Manhattan) serving the parishes of St. Catharine (Glen Rock) and Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Ridgewood). Ridgewood and Glen Rock are among the most beautiful, tight-knit, and walkable communities in Northern New Jersey.
The Academy’s programs for Pre-K (starting at age 2) and Kindergarten through 8th Grade include:
– Strong, Christ-centered academic curriculum
– Christian values emphasized through service learning
– Dedicated, experienced teaching staff
– Regular Masses and prayer services attended by all-grades
– State-of-the-art Media Center Phase 1 scheduled to be completed Fall 2023
– Additional STREAM classes offered for grades K-7
Spanish, Computer, Music, Art & Physical Ed.
– Extracurricular activities including band, chess, basket-ball, volleyball and track
Visit www.academyofourlady.org for more information.
Since its founding in 1905, the mission of Cathedral High School (CHS) has been to provide the daughters of immigrant families with a transformative Catholic education that challenges them to fulfill their academic potential, inspires them to serve and care for their communities, and imbues them with a deep awareness of their own dignity.
Cathedral High Schools seeks a dynamic, faith-filled teacher to join a faculty who is deeply committed to educating a culturally and racially diverse student body.
Under the supervision of the Principal, the Teacher assumes responsibility for the leadership and management of the classes assigned; strives to achieve the goals of Catholic education; develops and implements a daily instructional program according to the needs of the students and the established curriculum; maintains accurate records of attendance and academic achievement; establishes positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues; and continues professional development.
-Lead and manage assigned classes and provide a positive and engaging learning environment.
-Deliver high quality and engaging instruction.
-Teach in accordance with archdiocesan and local policies and create daily lesson plans and learning activities based on New York State Standards.
-Differentiate lessons when needed.
-Evaluate student performance on tasks and adjust the lessons when necessary.
-Maintain a safe, orderly, and supportive classroom by following the procedures and policies set forth in the school’s handbook.
-Communicate with parents regarding student progress.
-Develop engaging and relevant lessons that allow the student to grow academically.
-Incorporate hands-on learning experiences into the classroom.
-Develop the intellect of each student to her highest ability, as well as her personal character.
-Work toward the creation of a Catholic community within the classroom and entire school community.
-Recognize and support the unique Catholic mission of Cathedral High School by speaking, acting, and instructing consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church.
-Show respect for individuals and fairness in dealing with students and parents.
Required Education, Experience, and Skills
-Personal commitment to the mission of Cathedral High School
-Bachelor’s degree in Math education preferred
-An understanding of and enthusiasm for Catholic education, values, and culture
-An ability to communicate the order of Math as a reflection of the order and beauty of God
-Must demonstrate personal self-discipline, be adaptable and flexible in routine and unexpected situations, and use good judgment in daily encounters
-An understanding of New York State standards and Regents exams
Please email Juliette Picciano at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Salary ranges from $46,000-$75,000
Position: Music Teacher
Partnership Schools are accepting applications for music teachers. We are looking for educators who share an unwavering commitment to raising student achievement and an appreciation and respect for Catholic culture, identity, and values.
Partnership teachers are eager for continuous feedback as they develop their instructional practice and grow professionally. At the Partnership we support teachers through weekly school-based professional development, network-wide PD meetings, coaching and feedback sessions from school-site leadership, and nationally recognized partner organizations —Teach like a Champion (TLaC), Amplify, Core Knowledge, etc.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
-Developing a positive and structured classroom environment that engages students and motivates them to succeed
-Assuming responsibility for the progress of students with a high sense of urgency and ownership toward quantifiable results
-Fulfilling the school’s mission to educate the whole child, mind, body, and spirit
-Creating and communicating with families of students in a positive and respectful manner
-Participating in ongoing professional developments sessions
-Preparing students for school concerts, and special programs
-Leading music for school Masses
The ideal candidate will have:
-A deep respect for and commitment to preserving and building upon the legacy of urban Catholic education
-An uncompromising belief that all students can learn
-Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a team of teachers both school-wide and across the network
-A willingness to be reflective and receive feedback in order to grow as an educator
-Strong instructional, classroom management, and discipline skills
-Technological proficiency and adaptability
-Excellent communication skills
-Flexibility to multi-task, coupled with the ability to set priorities and follow through with results
-Maturity, sense of humor, humility, and a “roll-up-my-sleeves,” scrappy attitude
-Prior teaching experience is preferred but not required
-A love for and knowledge of the diverse Catholic music tradition, and a desire to pass it on to students.
-A bachelor’s degree from a competitive university
-Respect for and appreciation of the Catholic faith and Catholic education
-Must pass a background check
Compensation is based on the Federation of Catholic Teachers and Association of Catholic Teachers salary scale. For extended days Partnership Schools offers between a 3-15% increase.
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