Working at Immaculata
At Immaculata High School, we partner with parents on their students’ journeys and our ‘small town feel’ allows us to tend to the specific needs of every student. Our faculty challenges the minds of our brightest scholars while providing necessary attention to students needing academic guidance. Every student is encouraged to reach his or her potential.
We believe in a faculty that blends tradition and progression, collaboration and accountability, discipline and nurture. We seek professionals with modern technology experience, expanded world views, and passion for their subject area. However, expertise in one’s subject area is only the baseline, as we expect our staff and faculty members to embody our school’s four pillars: Faith, Scholarship, Service and Friendship. This embodiment is exhibited through additional roles and responsibilities including moderating extracurricular clubs and activities, coaching, and participating in school events.
Immaculata employees are highly skilled, caring leaders that guide our students every day—both inside and outside of the classroom.
We invite interested applicants to send cover letter and a resume to the Principal, Mrs. Jean Kline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Computer Science Teacher
Seeking highly qualified candidates to teach Computer Science courses, and help develop a multi-year sequence of Computer Science courses at Immaculata High School.
- Teach a variety of Computer Science courses, including AP Computer Science, an introductory course in computer programming and others. All courses are project-based and will develop the independent learning capabilities of our students.
- Collaborate with a small team to help develop intermediate and advanced high school CS Courses to be taught in subsequent years.
- Skillfully work with students with diverse backgrounds and levels of academic performance.
- Knowledge of Computer Science concepts, languages and procedures to be able to teach Computer Science courses providing in-depth knowledge and skills to students, including experience with languages such as Java, Python, HTML, etc.
- Credential or experience in the field and/or NJ Teaching certificate in Mathematics or Technology Education preferred, but not required.
Starting Date: 2017-18 School Year
Salary: Commensurate with experience
For more information, please contact:
Mrs. Jean Kline, Principal
Immaculata High School