Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy is committed to attracting, encouraging and retaining a highly qualified workforce to support its mission of forming Christian people, upright citizens and academic scholars. Renowned especially for its academics, Notre Dame's success is the result of a diverse faculty and staff coming together to help shape the lives of young men and women.
All three divisions of NDPMA are International Baccalaureate "World Schools."
Notre Dame has two beautiful classroom facilities: at 1300 Giddings Rd., housing the upper (9-12) and middle (6-8) divisions; and the lower (JK-5) division at 1425 Giddiings Rd.
For those of us who are employed at NDPMA, there's more to the school than work. NDPMA offers excellent faculty and staff benefits, and it is itself a center of faith, learning and culture.
Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
The "Ideal Notre Dame Teacher" profile: (click here)
Current athletic openings:
Head football coach - Notre Dame Prep
Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory School is accepting applications for a head football coaching position. NDP is seeking a dynamic leader with a proven record capable of managing an exemplary football program, consisting of grades 5-12. The coach should use the Notre Dame mission statement — “With God we form Christian people, upright citizens and academic scholars” — as the guiding force to provide knowledge, motivation, and leadership on and off of the athletic field to prepare our students for a successful life. The coach is expected to add to each student-athlete’s total educational experience by providing an atmosphere conducive to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of athletes.
REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred, with a minimum of 3-5 years of successful coaching experience at the varsity level or higher (head or coordinator preferred ). Candidate should be qualified for a full-time teaching or staff position at Notre Dame Preparatory School. Salary is commensurate with coaching and teaching experience.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Qualified candidates are invited to e-mail or mail a cover letter, a resume including a vision statement for a successful Catholic football program, and three professional, job-related letters of reference. Cover letter must include eligible teacher certifications and salary requirements. Please send resume and references to: Ms. Betty A. Wroubel, C.A.A. athletic director, 1300 Giddings Rd., Pontiac, MI 48340, or e-mail at email@example.com.
More fall coach openings:
Notre Dame Marist volleyball coaches needed for fall 2014. Please contact the athletic department if interested in the positions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-373-9647.
Current academic and staff openings:
Director of alumni relations
Overview: Directly reports to the vice president for advancement. The director of alumni relations is primarily responsible for the creation and execution of all alumni activities for ND Prep, Notre Dame High School, Pontiac Catholic/Oakland Catholic, St. Frederick and St. Michael alumni. The director of alumni relations must believe in Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy’s core values, and further them through the activities assigned to the position. More here. Contact kmcCaffrey@ndpma.org.
Overview: Directly reports to the marketing director in regards to managing the Notre Dame website and serving as the school’s webmaster. The person in this position will develop and support both internal and public-facing web sites and applications, and internal reporting interfaces. More here. Contact kmcCaffrey@ndpma.org.
Major gifts officer
Overview: Directly reports to the vice president for advancement in regards to all advancement, development and fundraising activities designed to benefit and promote the school. The major gifts officer must believe in the school’s core values, and further them through an aggressive donor identification, cultivation and solicitation process designed to support the school’s upcoming capital campaign. More here. Contact kmcCaffrey@ndpma.org.
Prospect research coordinator
Overview: Directly reports to the vice president for advancement in regards to advancement, development, fundraising, and outreach activities designed to benefit and promote the school. The prospect research coordinator must believe in the school’s core values, and further them through donor identification and solicitation, events and school publications. More here. Contact kmcCaffrey@ndpma.org.