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  • Director of Technology and Innovation

    Notre Dame High School seeks a dynamic and forward-thinking candidate for the position of Director of Technology and Innovation. This is a senior level position reporting to the President and Principal.
     
    Position Summary:
    • As the leader in the development of innovative technologies that support teaching, learning, student life and administrative operations, the Director will possess in-depth technical expertise and will provide strategic leadership, planning, and management to all areas of information technology.  
    • The Director will manage a staff of full-and part-time employees and will develop and oversee campus-wide technology policies, procedures, services and facilities. The Director will work collaboratively with academic leadership to develop effective strategies for integrating technology into the curriculum.
    • The Director works with the school's academic and administrative leadership to provide strategic planning and strong collaborative leadership to set the direction and implement information technologies to support the school’s mission.
    • The Director works with the academic leadership to develop ways and strategies to effectively integrate technology into the curriculum and manages all information technology resources including personnel, budgets, academic and administrative systems
    • The Director manages school help desk personnel and provides and maintains a high quality technology support environment for all faculty, staff, and students
    • The Director establishes and enforces information technology standards, procedures, and policies.
    • The Director establishes user and data security policies and procedures aligned with security best practices.
    • The Director creates and administers the technology operating and capital budgets in consultation with the President and Principal.
    • The Director builds and maintains relationships with outside vendors. 
    • The Director has excellent analytical and problem-solving skills and an ability to manage and prioritize tasks and projects.
    • The Director develops an Innovation program that is forward thinking and aligned with the new Strategic Plan initiatives in technology.
    • The Director has a solid working knowledge of computer hardware, software, networking and related technologies including: Hyper-V server and desktop virtualization, Microsoft Server OS, Microsoft Windows OS and Active Directory, MAC OS, IPAD OS, IOS, and networking (SANs, VLANs, Wireless, Firewalls), solid working knowledge of all relevant security protocols and best practices, solid working knowledge of FERPA and HIPAA regulations, experience with educational administrative systems such as, PowerSchool, Google for Education Apps, Microsoft Office 365 Apps, and Adobe Creative Cloud.
     
    Key Responsibilities:
    • Assists in establishing system-wide software and hardware standards, requirements and specifications
    • Assists in reviewing and approving all system technology purchases to assure compatibility
    • Advocate technology usage and awareness and is a member of the school technology committee
    • Prepares proposals and solicits bids for system technology needs
    • Promotes ND on local, state and national levels through conferences, workshops, seminars and technology associations
    • Analyzes information to determine, recommend, and plan layout for type of computers and peripheral equipment, or modifications to existing equipment and systems that will provide capability for new or upgraded networks, while maintaining efficient operation and effective use of space.
    • Formulates technology training policies, programs, and schedules, based on knowledge of identified training needs
    • Evaluates hardware and software for classroom or administrative needs
    • Remains current on new developments in the areas of software, hardware, networks, telecommunications, training and maintenance.
    • Provides professional development opportunities for technical and training support staff to keep abreast of the rapid changes in technology and software.
    • Drafts applications and proposals to submit to fund granting authorities such as educational foundations
    • Provide Tier 3 end-user support.
     
    Educational and Experience Requirements:
    • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field AND minimum of four (4) years demonstrated experience in ITSM and/or information technology. OR;
    • Advanced Degrees a plus
    • Any equivalent combination of experience, training, and/or education.
    • 2-5 years of IT and education/industry work experience.
     
    Licensing/Certification:
    • Certification in ITIL Foundation v3 or v4 is a plus.
     
    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.
     
    Benefits: 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 resume & cover letter to Judy Duff at duff@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.
  • Dean of Students

    Notre Dame High School, a Catholic High School in the Diocese of Trenton, seeks a
    dynamic and student-centered educator to serve as Dean of Students.
     
    The Dean of Students will work closely with the principal, assistant principals, school personnel, parents, and students to build and maintain a positive, safe school climate.  The Dean of Students is a member of the Principal’s Administrative Team, and is supervised by the Principal and the Assistant Principal for Student Life.
     
    This person is a highly visible community builder who embraces Mercy values, possesses strong interpersonal skills and espouses a growth mindset. Importantly, the candidate will help sustain a culture of belonging and inclusion by embracing diversity, service learning and supporting a mission-based advisory program. This person must have the ability to build positive relationships with students, staff, parents and community members, manage multiple priorities, understand school law, and possess excellent communication skills as constant communication with parents and guardians leads to a successful environment for all students.
     
    The Dean of Students will:
    • Build positive relationships with students, staff, parents and community members.
    • Collaborate and communicate effectively with key stakeholders through a variety of channels.
    • Provide leadership for behavior management and student supervision.
    • Implement a student-centered philosophy of discipline that administers discipline in a fair, and respectful manner consistent with the student handbook.
    • Facilitate the resolution of conflict.
    • Manage and enforce school behavioral expectations, including attendance and discipline policies as outlined in the student handbook.
    • Provide workshops and serve as a resource to staff regarding student management issues.
    • Monitor of students on Discipline Probation.
    • Attend Student Personnel Committee meetings.
    • Conduct and plan Discipline Board meetings.
    • Implement all detentions including assignment of staff.
    • Collaborate with local police.
    • Coordinate all Attendance Committee meetings.
    • Provide supervision in the halls, parking lot, and cafeteria before/after and during school.
    • Coordinate all lunch procedures and personnel.
    • Confer with all of the bus companies concerning student behavior on buses.
    • Coordinate the implementation of bus evacuation drills.
    • Coordinate the assignment of student hall lockers.
    • Assist with the organization and supervision of Student Activities including clubs, performing arts and athletics.
    • Assist the principal and assistant principal in other duties as needed.
     
    Personal characteristics necessary for the position include: energy and enthusiasm for all aspects of school life; warmth and a good sense of humor; patience and persistence; sense of curiosity and love of learning.
     
    Education and Experience Requirements:  Certified Educator who has successfully taught in a high school or middle school setting for a minimum of 5 years.  Master’s degree in Educational Administration (Preferred)
     
    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.
     
    Benefits: 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 a resume, cover letter, and statement of educational philosophy along with three professional references to Judy Duff, Administrative Assistant to the Principal, at duff@ndnj.org
     
    Other:
    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.
  • Science Teacher

    Notre Dame High School has an opening for a full-time Science Teacher in the 2021-2022 academic year.  Classes taught may include Chemistry and/or Biology.
    APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: 
    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in science. Masters preferred. 
    • State teacher certification or practical experience preferred. 
    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. 
    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.
    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.
    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
  • Social Studies Department Chair

    Notre Dame High School has an opening for Social Studies Department Chairperson for the 2021-2022 academic year. The chairperson is responsible for the implementation of the school's educational goals and objectives as they pertain to the department and the school as a whole.  In addition to their teaching responsibilities, Department Chairs are responsible for assisting the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction by monitoring instructional programs, coordinating department meetings, supervising teachers, and working with department members to maximize the professional learning community.  Department Chairs report to the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction.
     
    APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:
    • Master's Degree
    • NJ or State Teaching and Supervisor Certificates
    • Completed 5 successful years teaching at the middle or high school level
    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. 

    Benefits:
    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 resume & cover letter 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.
  • Social Studies Teacher

    SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER
    Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, NJ
    Start Date:  2021-2022 Academic Year
     
    Notre Dame High School has an opening for a Social Studies Teacher in the 2021-2022 academic year.
     
    APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:
    • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in History or Social Studies
    • State Certification as a teacher is preferred
    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. 

    Benefits: 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 resume & cover letter 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.
  • Religion Teachers - 2 needed

    Notre Dame High School seeks two religion teachers for the 2021-2022 academic year. The preferred candidate is a person of faith who is able to teach high school theology and has a great love for guiding young people to a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith. 
    APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: 
    • B.A. or M.A. in theology or religious studies from a Catholic college or university
    • A practicing Catholic in good standing
    • Willingness to understand and commit to the mission of the Sisters of Mercy
    • Ability to present material in a variety of formats to meet the needs of diverse learners
    • Provides an authentic encounter with Jesus Christ through the academic study of theology
    • Ability to integrate technology in the classroom
    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. 
    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 religion 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.
    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
  • Varsity Girls Soccer Coach

    Notre Dame High School is seeking applicants for the position of Girls Varsity Soccer Coach.

    Experience coaching high school varsity and/or college coaching experience preferred.  The successful candidate will oversee all three levels of the program and develop a style of play that permeates throughout.
     
    This is a part time position.
     
    Please send an email of interest and a resume to Athletic Director Richard Roche at roche@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 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, 1:30pm - 5:30pm.

    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
  • 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 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
  • 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.