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Employment Opportunities

Rooted in our Marist, Catholic tradition, Notre Dame Academy is a Pre-K through 12 International Baccalaureate community that fosters individual academic growth, moral responsibility, and global mindedness.

Inspired to know and love each child, Notre Dame Academy combines knowledge and faith to form wisdom and life vision.

In keeping with our mission statement, Notre Dame Academy strives to hire mission-appropriate members of our faculty and staff. Our teachers and administrators are dedicated to enriching the lives of our students and families both academically and spiritually. The ideal candidate will authentically integrate an inquiry-based IB approach to learning, will embrace our inclusive educational environment, will respect the teachings of the Catholic Church, will continue to grow in his or her personal faith, and will take part in professional development opportunities. The ideal candidate will also support the school through positive parent interaction and through attending, chaperoning, coaching, or sponsoring activities that take place beyond the classroom. We invite all qualified applicants who are interested in joining the Notre Dame Academy community to click on the links below to learn more.

If you do not see a current opening in your area of interest, please feel free to submit your resume and cover letter via email to Please note your desired position on our faculty or staff in the subject line and a member of our hiring team will contact you should your qualifications align with any new openings that become available.

Current Openings

Athletic Director

The role of the Athletic Director is to provide effective leadership to all aspects of the athletic operations for Notre Dame Academy.

Upper School Theology Teacher

The role of the Upper School Theology Teacher is to teach Theology Classes. Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons. Reports to the Upper School Principal.

Upper School English Teacher

The role of the Upper School English Teacher is to teach English and other electives. Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons.

Middle School Mathematics Teacher

The role of the Middle School Mathematics Teacher is to teach mathematics courses. Incorporates curriculum standards into well-planned and successfully executed unit lessons.

Head Varsity Volleyball Coach

The role of the Head Varsity Volleyball Coach/Program Director is to oversee the entire volleyball program including 5th grade through high school. Reports to the Athletic Director. This is a part-time position.

Substitute Teachers

The role of the Substitute Teacher is to teach and supervise the classroom with provided lesson plans and specific programs for instruction.

Bus Driver

The role of the Bus Driver is to provide a means of transportation to students and staff to various off campus activities including but not limited to filed trips, sporting events, academic events and other extra-curricular activities.