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

Middle School Science Teacher

Middle School Science Teacher

Full time position for a teacher of Science in the Delbarton Middle School, grades 7 and 8, starting September 2018. 

Delbarton’s Middle School Integrated Science course extends over a two-year period and covers astronomy, earth science, life science, chemistry and physical science. Candidates must have expertise in these topics and  be familiar with hands-on teaching approaches to this material including the skilled and creative use of technology in the classroom.  

College degree in science required. Graduate degree and teaching experience a plus. Ability to contribute to co-curricular programs favored. Please upload resume and cover letter below.

For future consideration

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