Notre Dame College Prep Personnel Vacancies 2016-2017 Academic Year 



Full-time Administrative Position

Assistant Principal for Faculty Development

Start Date: 7/1/2016
Term of Employment: Full-time
Qualifications: The ability to direct the school’s program of teacher observation and evaluation, teacher mentoring and coaching, professional development, and use of data. Strong communication skills are required. The ability to serve as a school leader and model for others and oversee faculty development is essential.
Compensation: Salaried (salary schedule is available)
Benefits: Yes
Work Year: 12 months
Degree Required: Master Degree required. Administrative (Type 75) certification or commensurate preferred and 2+ years of secondary school experience preferred. Ability to serve as a Catholic school leader is required.

Assistant Principal for Curriculum Design

Start Date: 7/1/2016
Term of Employment: Full-time
Qualifications: The ability to direct the school’s academic program including curriculum development, development of student assessments, oversight of student records and coordination of the daily schedule. Strong communication skills are required. The ability to serve as a school leader and model for others and oversee faculty development is essential.
Compensation: Salaried (salary schedule is available)
Benefits: Yes
Work Year: 12 months
Degree Required: Master Degree required. Administrative (Type 75) certification or commensurate preferred and 2+ years of secondary school experience preferred. Ability to serve as a Catholic school leader is required.


Full-time Staff/Teacher

Technology Teacher / IT Specialist

Start Date: 8/5/2016
Terms of Employment: Full-time
Qualifications: The ability to teach technology related courses in app development, computer science, and coding at a high school level. The ability to provide basic support for faculty and staff related to hardware, software, and use of technology. This person must have a strong understanding of technology curriculum and teaching as well as the ability to support school-wide technology advances and a 1:1 program.
Compensation: Salaried (salary schedule is available)
Benefits: Yes
Work Year: Academic Year Calendar (10 months)
Degree Required: Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Teaching, or a related Technology Field is required. Master Degree in similar field and 2+ years of experience preferred.

Spanish Teacher
Start Date: 8/5/2016
Term of Employment: Full-time
Qualifications: A Bachelor Degree in the field of Spanish Language, Teaching of Spanish, or other related area is required. An active Illinois State Board of Education Teaching License or other, comparable, reciprocal, teaching certificate with appropriate endorsements is preferred.
Compensation: Salaried (salary schedule is available)
Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, and 403(b) contributions provided
Work Year: Academic Year Calendar (10 months)
Degree Required: Bachelor Degree or above. Master Degree in Spanish Language or Teaching of Spanish and 2+ years of secondary teaching experience preferred. Catholic school experience is preferred.


Part-Time Teaching Position

Part-Time Religion Teacher
Start Date: 8/5/2016
Terms of Employment: Part-time (3 classes per day during academic year)
Qualifications: The ability to support students with special learning needs in the classroom setting including individual and small group tutoring and assisting with providing accommodations for tests and assessments.
Compensation: Hourly rate
Benefits: Not included
Work year: Academic Year (10 months)
Degree Required: Bachelor Degree in Religion, Philosophy, or related field. Master Degree in similar field and 2+ years of experience is preferred. Experience in a Catholic schools is preferred.

Electronic submissions are preferred. Resumes and cover letters can be forwarded to:

Jessica Grillo
Administrative Assistant
Notre Dame College Prep
jgrillo@nddons.org


Internship Opportunities

Internship – Communications, Notre Dame College Prep, Niles, IL

Seeking undergraduate or graduate student to assist with communications work in a fast paced school environment.

Tasks include:
  • Assist in the development of all appropriate printed collateral materials
  • Assist with marketing efforts in print and on the web
  • Help plan development events for fundraising, membership
  • Maintaining and updating materials for event
  • Web design
  • Writing/editing brochures, website content
  • Prepare written materials, including correspondence
  • Copy Writing/ proofreading for communications materials
  • Interview clients and write success stories.
  • Responding to member requests for communications/marketing materials.
  • Assist in the preparation of public relations materials, such as media and market research, news coverage tracking
  • Identify opportunities to improve messages to the public
  • Data entry and file maintenance
  • Administrative support - mailings, followup calls, etc.
  • Other special projects, tasks and initiatives as assigned
Qualifications include:
  • Detail oriented, self-directed, with strong ability to organize and prioritize.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills with donors and staff
  • Interest in philanthropy and/or nonprofit administration. .
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced, growth-orientated work environment.
  • Ability to maintain professional demeanor while exercising judgment and discretion
  • InDesign and Photoshop skills a plus, but not required.
  • Experience in using the Internet to conduct research.
  • Willingness and flexibility to undertake a variety of tasks
  • Personal Integrity and Professional Conduct
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Organization/Time Management Skills
  • Ability to follow a work plan
  • Strong computer competence in Microsoft Office and database environment
Hours and Compensation:
The position is a minimum of 8 hours a week, unpaid. College credit is available through an Internship Agreement.

How to Apply:
Please submit a resume and cover letter and 1-page writing sample via e-mail to

Teresa Connelly
Director of Communications
tconnelly@nddons.org


Internship – Special Events, Notre Dame College Prep, Niles, IL

Seeking undergraduate or graduate student to assist with special events in a fast paced school environment.

Tasks include:

  • Help arrange special events
  • Maintain contacts with parents and other involved stakeholders
  • Assist in silent auctions and other fundraising events
  • Develop and distribute event marketing materials
  • Help recruit speakers and vendors
  • Assist in on-site activities when needed
  • Assisting committees in integrating advocacy efforts
  • Contribute to post-event follow-up with correspondence and evaluation reporting
  • Work with parent groups
  • Administrative support - mailings, followup calls, etc.
  • Other special projects, tasks and initiatives as assigned
Qualifications include:
  • Interest in philanthropy and/or nonprofit administration.
  • Strong proficiency in writing and editing/proofreading.
  • Ability to work independently and to seek consultation, when needed.
  • Excellent interpersonal communications abilities, problem-solving, time-management, Organizational skills, and strong attention to detail.
  • Experience in using the Internet to conduct research.
  • InDesign and Photoshop skills a plus, but not required.
  • Willingness and flexibility to undertake a variety of tasks
  • Interest in non-profit event management
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong computer competence in Microsoft Office and database environment
Hours and Compensation:
The position is a minimum of 8 hours a week, unpaid. College credit is available through an Internship Agreement.

How to Apply:
Please submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to

Sharon Angelini
Director of Special Events and Stewardship
sangelini@nddons.org

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