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Mount Saint Mary Academy seeks dynamic and talented faculty and staff who have a commitment to excellence and the education of young women. All employees must possess a belief in collaboration, compassion, service, educational excellence, spiritual growth and development, and an understanding of the importance of addressing women’s concerns.

Teaching candidates should have subject-area expertise and a passion for promoting academic engagement in others. A willingness to embrace additional responsibilities such as coaching, mentoring, or supervising clubs is also required.

Interested candidates must send a resume and cover letter to the attention of Karen Calta, Assistant Directress for Faculty/Curriculum, to

Current Openings:


We seek a full-time mathematics teacher who is dedicated and passionate about teaching mathematics to young women. B.A. in math required; M.A. preferred. Three to five years of secondary school math teaching experience is desirable. The candidate will be an exemplary teacher with an ability and interest in teaching math subjects ranging from Geometry and Algebra I to Calculus. Documented success with AP Calculus, AP Statistics, and/or AP Computer Science is a definite plus. The position requires fluency with the TI graphing calculator. Since we are a one-to-one tablet school, the ability to incorporate technology into project-based lessons is essential.

The position involves teaching five courses and participating in extracurricular activities. The ideal candidate will have a strong desire to become an active member in the school community outside of the classroom. The ability to coach a sport or mentor an academic team is preferred.


Mount Saint Mary Academy has an opening for a full-time high school Spanish teacher beginning in fall of 2020. The candidate will be able to teach Spanish from introductory to advanced levels while differentiating instruction and student evaluation to meet student’s needs. Candidate should also be able to contribute to extracurricular activities outside the classroom.

Required qualifications:

  • Excellent command of Spanish
  • Experience preferred
  • A bachelor’s degree in Spanish language, literature, history and culture; Master’s preferred
  • Proven record of teaching practices which are rooted in current language-teaching pedagogies and brain based research

Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: and


Mount Saint Mary Academy seeks a full-time English teacher to join our faculty beginning fall of 2020.

The candidate should hold a degree in English or other closely associated field. Additionally, the candidate’s pedagogy and classroom management should be student-centered and characterized by a keen ability to lead academic discussions. The ability to work collaboratively with colleagues is also important.

Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: and


Mount Saint Mary Academy is seeking a full-time Social Studies teacher with a strong interest and background in Global Studies, Comparative Government and Economics. The ideal candidate should be well versed in teaching historical thinking skills, capable of developing lesson plans tied to current global issues of political, economic and social importance, and have experience guiding students through an independent research process. A willingness to collaborate with departmental colleagues is a must, as Social Studies faculty often share responsibility for teach courses on multiple levels. The candidate should hold a degree in History and/or Political Science with additional coursework in Economics. A master’s degree, 3 to 5 years of experience on the high school level, and familiarity with a social science Advanced Placement curriculum is preferred.


Coaching vacancies include JV field Hockey and Assistant Indoor Track. Please send a letter of interest and resume to Denise Materia,

Mount Saint Mary Academy, a Catholic college preparatory school run by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in accordance with the anti-discrimination laws of New Jersey.