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Current Employment Opportunities

Immediate Openings

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Faculty Positions, 2022-2023

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  • Lower School Assistant Teacher (Nursery-Grade 2)

    Marymount School seeks dynamic aspiring assistant teachers who love working with children and have earned at least a Bachelor’s degree (not necessarily in education) and are eager to be mentored by expert teachers. Assistant teachers need to be open to growth, interested in learning, and demonstrate a commitment to equity in their teaching practices. They work directly with the homeroom teacher on all aspects of the curriculum and also accompany the students to specials classes. Experience with Responsive Classroom, the Teachers College Reading and Writing Program, Handwriting Without Tears, and Singapore Math are helpful but not required. This is generally a one- to two-year position. This is an excellent way to begin your teaching career in a supportive and innovative community.
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  • Upper School Psychologist 

    As a member of the Health and Wellness team, the Upper School Psychologist supports the students, parents, and teachers of the school community and works closely with administrators, the learning specialist, DEI coordinator, nurses, and other school counselors. The ideal candidate possesses a doctoral degree in clinical or school psychology, is licensed in New York State, and has experience with high school-age populations.
    Ideal candidates desire to become an integral part of student life, model a healthy mindset, seek professional growth, and offer a research-based approach. Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative approach are a must.  It is important that our school psychologist is able to support students of diverse backgrounds. Strong counseling and crisis intervention skills and the ability to collaborate with parents and outside professional referrals are required. The role consists of the following duties and responsibilities:
    • Reports to the Director of Student Support and collaborates closely with heads regarding the emotional well being of students
    • Provides short-term counseling to students
    • Manages psychiatric emergencies and medical leaves 
    • Provides appropriate referrals to external psychological services for students as needed
    • Acts as liaison between external treatment providers and school  
    • Consults with parents regarding child social emotional well being
    • Assists in the interpretation of neuropsychological reports and educational planning for students who require accommodations
    • Facilitates parenting workshops and faculty workshops
    • Collaborates with the health and wellness team on the planning of social emotional learning interventions and curricula
    • Leads guidance/health classes on the topics of mental health, stress management, emotional regulation, and identity development 
    • Co-moderates peer education program

    Interested applicants should send a resumé and cover letter to jobs@marymountnyc.org  with “Upper School Psychologist” in the subject heading. 
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  • English Teacher, Upper School

    Marymount School seeks an experienced, dynamic, and collaborative educator to teach English in our Upper School. The ideal candidate is excited to support students as they develop skills in close reading and critical thinking and offer opportunities to practice creative and analytical writing. Marymount seeks faculty who are interested in joining a community of teachers engaged in the development of an evolving curriculum that meets the needs of students in our world today. All Upper School faculty serve as advisors to a small group of students and moderate at least one student club or activity. 

    We seek candidates with the following qualifications:
    • Master’s or Ph.D. in English or related field (such as Comparative Literature or Teaching of English)
    • Experience teaching English (Upper School English preferred)
    • Ability to differentiate and vary instructional methods

    Interested applicants should send a resume, statement of educational philosophy, and cover letter to jobs@marymountnyc.org with “US English” in the subject line.
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  • Religious Studies Teacher, Upper School 

    Marymount School seeks an experienced Religious Studies teacher beginning in fall 2022 who is passionate about imparting a progressive Catholic education to Upper School students from various faith traditions. Ideal candidates will be capable of teaching Hebrew and Christian Scripture, Ethics, Theology, and World Religions. All Religious Studies faculty support Marymount’s campus ministry, service learning, and sacramental formation programs and help prepare our students to take on leadership roles in liturgies, retreats, and social justice initiatives.  We are looking for a practicing Catholic who takes the initiative to address pastoral care concerns. A master’s degree in theology, divinity, religious studies, or the equivalent is required. Relevant teaching experience and/or parish youth ministry experience in a technology-enriched environment is preferred.
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updated 5/12/22

To Apply:

Click on the links for brief job descriptions.

Please email jobs@marymountnyc.org:
• a current résumé
• a cover letter
• a statement of educational philosophy

Please indicate the position for which you are applying in the subject line.

No phone calls or faxes please. 

As an Apple Distinguished School with a 1:1+ program, all teachers are expected to be comfortable using educational technology daily. With the School's modified block schedule, teachers are expected to have a range of appropriate instructional practices in their repertoire and be equipped to differentiate instruction to reach a range of learning styles. 
Marymount School of New York is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender in our educational programs or employment practices.