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  • Science Teacher

    HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER - Full time position starting 2021 Spring Semester 
    Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, NJ
    Start Date:  February 2, 2021 – Spring Semester
    Classes taught may include Physics, Chemistry, and/or Biology.

    Notre Dame’s Mission: Notre Dame High School, a ministry of the Diocese of Trenton, is a dynamic, diverse Catholic community dedicated to educating young women and men to realize their full potential through a faith-filled environment, a challenging college-preparatory program, extensive co-curricular activities and a commitment to citizenship and service in the community.
    Notre Dame’s Vision: Notre Dame High School will be widely regarded as a Catholic educational community that develops leaders, scholars, athletes and artists who possess the knowledge, vision, skills, moral character and energetic spirit needed to serve our global society.

    Class Format: At Notre Dame High School, each student is known, and the results of student progress are carefully monitored. Notre Dame maintains restrictions on class size and overall teacher-student ratio, to ensure individual attention.  Because Notre Dame employs a modified block scheduling model, the school year mirrors academic years at college with classes running by semester rather than by whole year. 

    COVID-19 Impact:  Notre Dame has been operating in a hybrid model this year to provide all students (on campus and remote) to interact and collaborate with one another in real time to nurture classroom community and academic growth.  Students are divided into 2 Cohorts that rotate weekly and a 3rd Cohort is learning remotely. Teachers and staff all work in the building each day.  Safety protocols are in place which require wearing a mask, social distancing and completing a daily health form.

    Notre Dame High School’s Science Program
    Notre Dame High School offers a cohesive science program with courses offered on all academic levels. All students begin their science education with Integrated Science: a STEM approach, on either the CP or Honors level. The overarching goal of the Integrated Science course is to provide a foundation that will allow all students to achieve greater success in all levels and disciplines of science. This course, designed by both the science and the math department, allows students to experience authentic science in a format that introduces and cultivates a competency in problem solving skills as well as an appreciation for the problem-solving techniques and methods that are the hallmark of STEM fields and careers.  The concepts and skills introduced in the daily classroom environment become the intellectual toolbox they will carry with them throughout the remainder of their academic career allowing them to achieve greater success in their future science and math classes here and in college.

    After their experience with the STEM program, students can plan for a course of study that includes Chemistry, Biology, and Physics at varying levels, including Honors and Advanced Placement. They are also offered the opportunity to opt for special interests such as AP Environmental Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Exercise Physiology, Robotics or a Science-centered, mentored Senior Project.

    Throughout their science education at Notre Dame High School, students are supported with opportunities to see and experience the integration of the many disciplines of science with the technology around them. This allows Notre Dame students to advance into their college career as scientific thinkers versus students that simply completed science classes.

    APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: 
    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in science. Masters preferred.
    • State teacher certification or practical experience preferred. 
    TEACHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Implement curricula and activities to meet academic standards;
    • Design and implement assessments that measure progress towards academic standards;
    • Use assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices;
    • Participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions;
    • Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior;
    • Be accountable for students’ mastery of academic standards;
    • Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues;
    • Participate in annual compliance training; and
    • Participate in science department and full faculty meetings and in-service days;
    TEACHER PERKS: 
    • All new teachers to Notre Dame are provided with a mentor teacher and are enrolled in our New Teacher program, which provides monthly support. 
    • Teachers are encouraged to take professional development courses and workshops on differentiated assessment and to implement varied techniques in their classes.
    • Full benefits – including robust medical and dental insurance, vision insurance, flex spending account, 403b matching retirement plan, supplemental insurances including voluntary life, hospital insurance, wellness benefit, critical illness, additional life insurance and short term disability coverage, financial support for graduate study, employee assistance program, Mercer County NJ teachers federal credit union, tuition reduction for faculty/staff children who attend ND High School, among others.
    See our website for more information:  https://www.ndnj.org/

    HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should send expression of interest and resume to Judy Duff at Duff@ndnj.org and Lisa Lenihan at lenihan@ndnj.org.

    As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Notre Dame High School affirms and supports equality of opportunity and treatment for all applicants for employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, age, disability, national origin, religion or other classifications protected by law (i.e. atypical heredity cellular or blood trait status, marital status, etc.). However, the diocese reserves the right to favor qualified employees who are Catholic and to require that all employees comply with Catholic moral teachings
  • Part Time ASL Teacher 2021-2022 Academic Year

    Notre Dame’s Mission: Notre Dame High School, a ministry of the Diocese of Trenton, is a dynamic, diverse Catholic community dedicated to educating young women and men to realize their full potential through a faith-filled environment, a challenging college-preparatory program, extensive co-curricular activities and a commitment to citizenship and service in the community.

    Notre Dame’s Vision: Notre Dame High School will be widely regarded as a Catholic educational community that develops leaders, scholars, athletes and artists who possess the knowledge, vision, skills, moral character and energetic spirit needed to serve our global society.

    Class Format:
    At Notre Dame High School, each student is known, and the results of student progress are carefully monitored. Notre Dame maintains restrictions on class size and overall teacher-student ratio, to ensure individual attention.  Because Notre Dame employs a modified block scheduling model, the school year mirrors academic years at college with classes running by semester rather than by whole year. 

    APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:
    • ASL proficiency required. Must be able to plan, design and teach ASL classes at the High School level  
    • A bachelor’s degree in the specific subject area or related field: deaf studies, deaf education, or hearing-impaired education
    • To show competency in using technology and provide instruction in person and/or virtually
    • To attend faculty meetings, department meetings, and other school meetings as necessary
    • To cooperate fully with the school’s religious and or faith formation activities
      TEACHER PERKS: 
      • All new teachers to Notre Dame are provided with a mentor teacher and are enrolled in our New Teacher program, which provides monthly support. 
      • Teachers are encouraged to take professional development courses and workshops on differentiated assessment and to implement varied techniques in their classes. 
      See our website for more information:  https://www.ndnj.org/

      HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should send expression of interest and resume to Judy Duff at Duff@ndnj.org and Lisa Lenihan at lenihan@ndnj.org.
       
       
      A background and fingerprint report will be conducted and submitted to State authorities as required by law for all personnel working within a school environment. Must be willing to undergo Catholic Diocese VIRTUS certification.

      As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Notre Dame High School affirms and supports equality of opportunity and treatment for all applicants for employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, age, disability, national origin, religion or other classifications protected by law (i.e. atypical heredity cellular or blood trait status, marital status, etc.). However, the diocese reserves the right to favor qualified employees who are Catholic and to require that all employees comply with Catholic moral teachings.
    • Hiring Notice Class III Special Police Officers

      The Lawrence Township Police Department is seeking professional, qualified and energetic applicants for the position of Class Ill Special Police Officer who possess the department's Core Values of Honor, Integrity and Knowledge. The Class Ill Special Police Officer shall conduct School Safety and Security duties within the Lawrence Township Public Schools.
      Minimum Qualifications:
       
      • The applicant must be a retired law enforcement officer less than 65 years of age, who served as a duly qualified, fully-trained, full-time officer in any municipality or county of this State or as a member of the State Police and was separated from that prior service in good standing, within three years of appointment to this position.
      • Applicant must be physically capable of performing the functions of the position, determined in accordance with the Police Training Commission.
      • Applicant must possess a NJ Police Training Commission Basic Police Officer Certification or NJ State Police Academy Certification.
      • Applicant must possess a valid New Jersey Driver License.
      • Applicant must successfully pass a background investigation.
         
        Starting Salary for the Class Ill Special Police Officer shall be $29.05 per hour and he/she shall work a schedule up to 40 hours weekly, to be determined upon hiring. The Class Ill Special Police Office shall only work when school is in session. We are looking to fill a vacancy immediately.
        Preference may be given to retired police officers who previously served in a capacity as a School Resource, D.A.R.E or LE.AD. Officer.
        The Township of Lawrence is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants shall be given full consideration.
        Applicants must submit a resume and complete the Application for Employment that can be found on the Township of Lawrence's website at www.lawrencetwp.com under the "Forms and Documents" tab. Application packages may be hand delivered or mailed to Kevin P. Nerwinski, Municipal Manager/QPA, 2207 Lawrence Road, Lawrence Township, New Jersey 08648.
        For questions concerning this position, you may contact Chief Brian Caloiaro at bcaloiaro@lawrencetwp.com or 609-844-7101.
      • Faculty Assistant - Immediate Opening

        Faculty Assistant needed for the 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. shift, 5 days a week.
        Responsibilities include hallway monitor, cafeteria monitor, clerical tasks, classroom deliveries, entrance screening and more.

        Please send an email of interest and a resume to Assistant Principal of Student Life, Eleanor MacIsaac, care of Doreen Nicosia at nicosia@ndnj.org.

        A background and fingerprint report will be conducted and submitted to State authorities as required by law for all personnel working within a school environment.

        Must be willing to undergo Catholic Diocese VIRTUS certification.
      • Substitute Teachers

        Notre Dame High School is in need of Substitute Teachers

        Requirements: Completion of 60 college credits

        Please send expression of interest and resume to Judy Duff at Duff@ndnj.org and Lisa Lenihan at lenihan@ndnj.org.

        A background and fingerprint report will be conducted and submitted to State authorities as required by law for all personnel working within a school environment.

        Must be willing to undergo Catholic Diocese VIRTUS certification.

        Notre Dame High School, a ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Trenton, is a dynamic, diverse Catholic community dedicated to educating young women and men to realize their full potential through a faith-filled environment, a challenging college-preparatory program, extensive co-curricular activities and a commitment to citizenship and service in the community.

        As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Notre Dame High School affirms and supports equality of opportunity and treatment for all applicants for employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, age, disability, national origin, religion or other classifications protected by law (i.e. atypical heredity cellular or blood trait status, marital status, etc.). However, the diocese reserves the right to favor qualified employees who are Catholic and to require that all employees comply with Catholic moral teachings
      • Substitute Security Position

        Notre Dame High School is seeking applicants for the position of substitute Security Officer.

        Possible shifts:
        7:00am - 3:00pm
        3:00pm - 10:00pm
        2:00pm - 6:00pm
        Evening and weekend events of 3 to 6 hour shifts

        Security experience preferred.

        Please send an email of interest and a resume to Assistant Principal of Student Life, Eleanor MacIsaac care of Judy Duff at duff@ndnj.org.

        The interviews will be on-going.

        A background and fingerprint report will be conducted and submitted to State authorities as required by law for all personnel working within a school environment.

        Must be willing to undergo Catholic Diocese VIRTUS certification.
      • Substitute Faculty Assistant

        Notre Dame High School is seeking applicants for the position of Substitute Faculty Assistant.  Possible shifts to be filled are 7:30am - 11:30am, 10:30am - 2:30pm, 3:00pm - 5:00pm.

        Responsibilities include hallway monitor, cafeteria monitor, clerical tasks, classroom deliveries, entrance screening and more.

        Please send an email of interest and a resume to Assistant Principal of Student Life, Eleanor MacIsaac care of Doreen Nicosia at nicosia@ndnj.org.

        Interviews are on-going. A background and fingerprint report will be conducted and submitted to State authorities as required by law for all personnel working within a school environment.

        Must be willing to undergo Catholic Diocese VIRTUS certification
      • Employment at Notre Dame

        Persons interested in employment at Notre Dame High School may either call Judy Duff at 609-882-7900, ext. 125, or submit a resume to duff@ndnj.org.

      Employee Benefits

      • Medical Insurance
      • Dental Insurance
      • Life Insurance
      • Optional Vision, Additional Life and AFLAC plans
      • Short and Long Term Disability
      • Worker’s Compensation
      • 403b Matching Retirement Plan
      • Teacher's Professional Liability Insurance
      • Flexible Spending Account
      • Financial support for graduate study
      • Paid Leave
      • Laptop computers for faculty
      • Tuition Reduction for NDHS Faculty/Staff Children who attend Notre Dame High School
      • Mercer County NJ Teachers Federal Credit Union
      • Free Employee Assistance Program
      • Free Admission to School Sponsored Programs and Sporting Events

      Notre Dame High School

      Located on 100 beautiful acres in Central New Jersey, Notre Dame High School, founded in 1957, is a college preparatory school for grades 9 - 12, preparing young men and women for lives of purpose, built upon a foundation of Catholic faith, with a commitment to academics, co-curricular activities and service to others.