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.

Employment Opportunities

Mount Saint Mary Academy is seeking a full-time Social Studies teacher with a strong interest and background in US History and AP Psychology.  The position involves teaching five courses and participating in extracurricular activities. The candidate should hold a degree in Psychology, History, or a related field. A master’s degree and two or more years of teaching experience on the secondary level is preferred but not required. 
Candidates interested in this teaching position should send a resume and cover letter to the attention of Jacqueline Muratore, Assistant Directress for Faculty, Curriculum, and Planning to jmuratore@mountsaintmary.org.

Mount Saint Mary Academy seeks a full-time mathematics teacher who is dedicated and passionate about teaching STEM-related subjects to young women.  A bachelor’s degree in math or a related field is preferred.  A master’s degree and experience teaching at the secondary school level is a plus. Since we are a one-to-one tablet school, the ability to incorporate technology into project-based lessons is essential. 
This position involves teaching five courses and participating in extracurricular activities, and there is potential for this opportunity to lead to a more permanent position in the future. The ideal candidate will have a strong desire to become an active member in the school community outside of the classroom. 
Interested applicants should send a resume and letter of interest to Mrs. Jacqueline Muratore, Assistant Directress, at jmuratore@mountsaintmary.org, and Ms. Kathleen Brennan, Mathematics Department Chair, at kbrennan@mountsaintmary.org.
Responsible for handling all security and safety issues for the entire campus involving multiple buildings, athletic fields/facilities, and roadways.  Develop and implement policies in compliance with Academy, Diocese, and New Jersey Department of Education. Coordinate as appropriate with local school board and with local law enforcement.  The candidate should possess excellent communication/presentation skills and an ability to work effectively with students and all levels of administration, faculty/staff, and volunteers. Strong time management and multi-tasking skills are required.
Responsibilities/Activities include:
  • Develop and implement crisis preparedness plan; conduct drills.
  • Knowledgeable on cybersecurity threats and policies.
  • Handle SAM (Sexual Abuse and Misconduct) risk management.
  • Onboard new employees – background checks, fingerprinting, training for drills, Virtus training (Protecting God’s Children), access cards, vehicle registration.
  • Interact with students – present crisis plan/drill; provide access cards; register vehicles.
  • Maintain all security systems – software, access, and surveillance.
  • Conduct security tours and scans for hidden cameras.
  • Supervise daily traffic patterns and control (for large events) as well as safe pedestrian passage.
  • Screen and welcome visitors; accept packages.
Candidates should forward letter of interest and resume to Susan Garavente at sgaravente@mountsaintmary.org.


Primary Function
The Program Coordinator reports to Advancement Director and is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding Mount graduates.  This individual will possess high energy, superior communications and writing skills, and have event experience.
Responsibilities and Regular Activities
  • Plan, execute and attend all Alumnae events.
  • Prospect and solicit individual alumnae for financial support to Mount Saint Mary Academy. 
  • Maintain social media relationship with alumnae
  • Build supportive relationships with volunteers, especially Alumnae Association leaders and class agents.
  • Manage Mount weddings
  • Provide all content for annual publication of Generations alumnae magazine
Resumes and letters of interest should be sent to Kathleen Staudt, Director of the Office of Institutional Advancement, at kstaudt@mountsaintmary.org.

Athletic Openings

Mount Saint Mary Watchung has the following coaching opportunity open in the Department of Athletics: 


Please send a letter of interest to dmateria@mountsaintmary.org.

Mount Saint Mary Academy is a Catholic, independent school that provides an exemplary college preparatory education for young women in grades 9 through 12. Founded in 1908 by the Sisters of Mercy, the Academy is rooted in the values and traditions of the Venerable Catherine McAuley including commitment to academic excellence, development of the whole person, cultivation of individual gifts and talents, dedication to service and the community, and to instilling confidence, respect, and integrity. welcomes and encourages applications from diverse candidates. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, national or ethnic origin, or other legally protected status. EOE
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