Employment Opportunities

St. Benedict’s Prep is a 150-year-old Catholic school with a rigorous academic program. The 750 students (co-ed K-6, single sex boys and girls 7-8, and all-boys 9-12) and 60 faculty members work together to build a community whose members are responsible to one another for developing character and talent.

Interested candidates should contact Dean of Faculty Michelle Tuorto at mtuorto@sbp.org.

Benefits of employment at St. Benedict's Prep include:

  • Competitive salary, medical and retirement.
  • Safe, nurturing academic community with high standards of achievement and discipline within a community oriented atmosphere.
  • Professional development and continuing education support.
  • Middle States Accreditation

All candidates must complete an application for employment and be willing to submit to a background check.

The school is currently seeking energetic and dedicated individuals for the following full-time positions:

MIDDLE DIVISION SCIENCE

St. Benedict's Prep seeks a full-time middle school Science teacher to begin in late July. The position is working with students in the 7th and 8th Grades to learn about the physical and biological sciences, in a manner that will help our students succeed as learners, gain necessary post-graduation skills, and grow in college readiness. Faculty members are also expected to participate in another facet of school life, whether as a coach or activity moderator. We have needs in many extracurricular and co-curricular areas, including swimming, water polo, drama guild, and the school newspaper.

An ideal candidate for the position should:

  • Be flexible with the methods and modalities in presenting the topics;
  • Be engaging to include students with varied abilities and affinities;
  • Be balanced with rigor and creativity in treating the subject matter;
  • Be collaborative with colleagues in shaping the curriculum and meeting the academic needs of the students;
  • Be nurturing of the natural curiosity of our students; and
  • Be outgoing and excited about being a role model and a mentor to our students.


PREP DIVISION LANGUAGE ARTS/SOCIAL STUDIES

St. Benedict's Prep seeks a full-time high school language arts/social studies teacher to begin in late July. The position is working with students in the Learning Center, who receive additional support and individualized instruction that is designed to help them succeed as learners, gain necessary post-graduation skills, and grow in college readiness. Faculty members are also expected to participate in another facet of school life, whether as a coach or activity moderator. We have needs in many areas, including assistant coaches in most sports.

The applicant must be able to collaborate as part of a team to:

  • Determine which candidates would best be helped by the additional support and which students are no longer in need of additional support;
  • Determine whether or not the additional support offered by the Learning Center to a particular student has been successful;
  • Determine which students might be best served by taking part in a different program, school, or institution;
  • Create and implement individualized instruction to students in a small group setting;
  • Provide students with tutoring and homework help when needed; and
  • Work with students to help them achieve mastery of foundational reading and communication skills.

An ideal candidate for the position should have:

  • A background in academic support services;
  • A background or certification in Language Arts or Reading support;
  • Experience in working with at risk populations;
  • Proficiency in digital technology; and
  • The ability to work as part of a team where social-emotional learning goals are discussed and evaluated.


MIDDLE DIVISION HUMANITIES TEACHER

St. Benedict's Prep seeks a full-time middle school humanities teacher to begin in late July.

The position is working with students in the 7th and 8th Grades to learn English and History in integrated courses, in a manner that will help our students succeed as learners, gain necessary post-graduation skills, and grow in college readiness. The 7thgrade course focuses on a World History perspective, while the 8th grade course focuses on a U.S. perspective; instruction in both courses also directly addresses English skills such as grammar, vocabulary, writing, reading comprehension, and literary analysis. Faculty members are also expected to participate in another facet of school life, whether as a coach or activity moderator. We have needs in many extracurricular and co-curricular areas, including swimming, water polo, drama guild, and the school newspaper.

An ideal candidate for the position should:

  • Be flexible with the methods and modalities in presenting the topics;
  • Be engaging to include students with varied abilities and affinities;
  • Be balanced with rigor and creativity in treating the subject matter;
  • Integrate instruction in note-taking, writing, reading, and public speaking skills into all content areas;
  • Be collaborative with colleagues in shaping the curriculum and meeting the academic needs of the students;
  • Be nurturing of the natural curiosity of our students; and
  • Be outgoing and excited about being a role model and a mentor to our students.