Working at Delbarton

WORKING AT DELBARTON

The Benedictine monks of St. Mary’s Abbey with their lay colleagues comprise a faculty of approximately eighty five men and women dedicated to helping young men develop the knowledge, skills, integrity and sensitivity which distinguish a self-renewing, educated person. Delbarton School seeks to provide a congenial atmosphere which fosters a love of learning and challenges young men to know themselves and to find ways to extend their capacities for their own benefit and for the benefit of the community. The teaching tradition of the School calls upon faculty members to serve beyond the classroom moderators, coaches, advisors, counselors and administrators. The School offers competitive starting salaries, benefits, on-campus housing, and numerous professional development opportunities for faculty. The School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes all individuals who wish to contribute to the community and to be nourished by it. It is the policy of Delbarton to maintain a school environment that is free from discrimination and to conduct all practices, programs and policies on the basis of an individual’s qualifications and abilities. Delbarton School is seeking teaching candidates who will embrace our mission and who are dedicated to community.

Candidates interested in teaching at Delbarton School should submit a cover letter and resume to Anne Leckie, Dean of Faculty, by using the form to the right. We welcome letters of interest at all times.

Available Positions

Spanish Teacher (2019-2020)

Delbarton School seeks an enthusiastic and creative full-time Spanish teacher for the school year 2019-2020. Candidates should have a strong background in education, a commitment to young people, the ability to utilize technology to enhance student learning, and the drive to engage in ongoing professional development. Candidates must have a native or near-native proficiency in spoken and written Spanish with knowledge of Spanish-speaking cultures preferable from experience. A degree in Spanish or a related field is required, and an advanced degree is a plus. Candidates should be qualified to teach all levels of Spanish, beginning through Advanced Placement.  A solid background in language pedagogy and teaching experience are favored. Proficiency in another language (French, Italian, Latin, etc.) will be taken into consideration. Lastly, candidates should be able to contribute substantially to Delbarton’s co-curricular programs.  

Please complete the form below including cover letter and resume.

Math Teacher (2019-2020)

Delbarton School seeks an enthusiastic and creative full-time teacher of Math for the 2019-2020 school year. Candidates should have a strong background in education, a commitment to young people, the ability to utilize technology to enhance student learning, and the drive to engage in ongoing professional development. Candidates must have a solid background in math including a college degree or its equivalent in math, and be qualified to teach upper levels. Expertise and the ability to teach either physics or technology are a plus.  An advanced degree and teaching experience are favored. The School also seeks candidates who are able to contribute substantially to Delbarton’s co-curricular programs.

Applicants should complete the form below including cover letter and resume.

Physics/Computer Science Teacher (2019-2020)

Delbarton School seeks an enthusiastic and creative full-time teacher for the combined position of Physics and Computer Science/Technology for the 2019-2020 school year. Candidates should have a strong background in education, a commitment to young people, the ability to utilize technology to enhance student learning, and the drive to engage in ongoing professional development. Candidates must have a solid background in Physics including a college degree or its equivalent and be qualified to teach an AP level. Candidate must also have expertise and the ability to teach fundamental levels of computer science and technology.  An advanced degree and teaching experience are favored. The School also seeks candidates who are able to substantially contribute to Delbarton’s co-curricular programs. 

Applicants should complete the form below including cover letter and resume.

Technical Director

Delbarton School seeks a Technical Director for our Fine Arts Center and for support of various school programs and events throughout the school.  The Technical Director is responsible for the scenic design, engineering, construction and paint for the theatrical sets and props, as well as lighting and sound design and implementation.  

The Technical Director will help to recruit and train a group of Delbarton students to plan and execute programs.  Educating students on the safe use of tools, operation of theatrical rigging, building and painting techniques, and theatrical conventions is central for this position.  Classroom teaching load will be determined in consultation with the Headmaster and Performing Arts Department Chair.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate or graduate Technical Theater focus and/or several years of similar professional experience.

  • Experience in secondary or college education is preferred.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Strong leadership, organization, and communication skills

  • Thorough knowledge of all facets of theatrical production

  • Ability to instill, by example, a collaborative approach to production

  • Ability to provide clear guidance to students

  • Ability to accommodate programs and events outside of the school day

This position is a full time, 10-month position (August 15 - June 15), with benefits.

Applicants should complete the form below and include a cover letter and resume.

For future consideration

We welcome letters of interest at all times. Please complete the form below for consideration.