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 email@example.com.
Immaculata High School is a fully accredited co-educational Parochial Catholic school located in Somerville, NJ, with an enrollment of 500 and a faculty/staff of 70.
Head of School
Candidate for the Head of School position must be a visionary leader, willing to assume responsibility for day-to-day administration as well as long-range strategic planning. The Head of School supervises the Academic Dean, Dean of Students and the Athletic Director. The Head of School oversees advancement, academic affairs, student affairs and community affairs, and participates in marketing, enrollment and business operations of the school through assigned administrators. With the support of the Pastor and school chaplain, the Head of School upholds the Catholic Identity of Immaculata. The Head of School acts as the liaison between the Office of Schools of the Diocese of Metuchen, surrounding parishes, the local community, the media, as well as, parents, alumni and volunteers. Candidate must be a practicing catholic, committed to upholding the catholic identity of the school, possess excellent written and oral communication skills and the desire to uphold excellence in academic standards. Applicants must hold a Master’s Degree or higher in educational administration or related field and have educational experience in administration in a catholic school. The Head of School reports to the pastor of the parish who is Director of the School.
Salary will be competitive and is negotiable. Position open July 1, 2018.
Application form can be downloaded by clicking here. Send the cover letter, application and resume to:
Immaculata Search Committee
240 Mountain Avenue,
Somerville, NJ, 08876
or email to Patricia Tiger at firstname.lastname@example.org
FULL TIME 2018–19 SCHOOL YEAR
Requirements and Responsibilities
- Ability to teach Levels 1 through AP
- Enthusiasm to work collaboratively with administration, colleagues and students
- NJ Teaching certification required or in process
- Experience preferred but not necessary
E-mail resume and letter of interest to jkline@immaculatahighschool.
Color Guard Staff Team Member/Designer
Duration: Marching Band Season (May–November)
The Immaculata High School music department is committed to offering programs to the students of Immaculata High School that builds on the school’s collective goals of Faith, Scholarship, Service and Friendship. The Immaculata Music Department offers a variety of programming while welcoming students of all experience levels and recognizing each member’s individual talents and contributions. Faculty and department staff members are the main progenitors of this philosophy.
Immaculata High School Marching Band seeks an experienced Color Guard Educator. This position is for the color guard instructor to join an already established group of dedicated educators. Knowledge of various color guard equipment is necessary, especially sabre. Participation in the design process will be determined based on experience. Knowledge of marching band/ indoor design is therefore not necessary, but welcomed. Additionally, this individual will be responsible for teaching material in an organized and timely fashion. Attendance at rehearsals and band camp are necessary. Compensation based on experience.
Director of Music
Immaculata High School
(908) 722-0200 x132
Please send resume and supporting materials to: email@example.com