Staying true to our vision and fueled by explosive enrollment growth and the generous support of our community, Saint Mark’s is hiring! If you are passionate and committed professional who would like to join a world-class faculty, be aided by the friendliest and most dedicated support staff around, have the pleasure of teaching and guiding the most joyful and teachable students and do all of this under the direction of an (almost) saintly administration, then Saint Mark’s may be the place for you!
 
As of February 23rd, 2021, we are accepting resumes for the following opportunities for the 2021-2022 school year:
 
Director of Campus Ministry
Director of Fine and Performing Arts 
Mathematics Teacher
Science Teacher
English Teacher
Social Studies Teacher
Religion Teacher
Spanish Teacher
 
Job descriptions for the two Director positions are provided below.
 
Classroom teachers need to have an appropriate degree and teaching certification for the respective field; Advanced degrees and additional certifications are desired.
 
Interested parties for any position should submit a cover letter and resume via email to Mrs. Bonnie Moore at bmoore@stmarkshs.net. Cover letters should be addressed to Mr. Tom Fertal, Principal.
 
Review of resumes will begin immediately.

Click the italicized job title below for job description.


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  • Director of Campus Ministry

    Director of Campus Ministry

     
    The Director of Campus Ministry is a member of the administrative team responsible for all elements of liturgy, ministry and Catholic identity within the school. The Director of Campus Ministry directs retreat programs and works with other staff members to prepare all liturgies and prayer services, as well as providing pastoral care. The Director of Campus Ministry ensures that all operations of the school are in union with our Catholic teachings and faith.
     

    Responsibilities:

     
    • Develop and execute an annual plan for campus ministry;
    • Oversee the planning of school liturgies;
    • Oversee planning of prayer services, confessions and other spiritual life assemblies;
    • Communicate with local clergy regarding services to Saint Mark’s;
    • Coordinate all vocation awareness activities;
    • Develop and manage a core team of faculty and staff (on stipend) to carry out department programs;
    • Develop, administer, and direct all retreat programs;
    • Develop, administer, and direct auxiliary programs for the greater Catholic community in alignment with our school vision and mission;
    • Develop and manage a core team of student peer ministers;
    • Provide pastoral support as requested by students, faculty, and staff;
    • Collaborate with guidance and other departments regarding specific pastoral needs/concerns of students;
    • Collaborate with diocesan schools and the Office of Youth Ministry to provide faith formation activities on campus and in partner schools and parishes;
     

    Qualifications:

     
    • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in theology, ministry or related field; A degree in a different field may be considered with significance experience and/or alternative certifications or training in ministry
    • Five or more years of experience in a direct ministry setting – parish, school or university
    • Experience in retreat planning
    • Large event planning experience preferred
    • Must be an active member of a Catholic parish. A pastor’s letter is required
     
    The Director of Campus Ministry reports to the Principal.
     
    This is a full-time, 12-month, exempt position that will include evening, weekend and overnight work.
  • Director of Fine and Performing Arts

    The Director of Fine and Performing Arts is responsible for the overall coordination of internal and external programs and activities related to the Fine and Performing Arts. The Director of Fine and Performing Arts is expected to develop and manage new opportunities for students and for the greater Saint Mark’s and Catholic community.
     

    Responsibilities:

     
    • Organizes and supervises all FPA activities – concerts, recitals, showcases, art shows, receptions, banquets, field trips and travel.
    • Organizes and supervises the FPA Community Outreach Programs.
    • Recruits and works with the Fine & Performing Arts Parent Leadership Team.
    • Develops and manages budget for all FPA programs / coordinate fund raising initiatives for FPA department.
    • Develops, organizes and supervises an FPA Concert & Lecture Series.
    • Develops, organizes and supervises all FPA Special Activities.
    • Works with Advancement Office on annual fund campaign, special events, major gifts and corporate sponsorships with constituents involved through FPA activities.
    • Serves as Advisor for Tri-M Music Honor Society.
    • Serves as Producer of all theatrical productions.
    • Develops and manages summer camp opportunities.
    • Develops and manages an elementary-aged student theatre and music program.
    • Will teach vocal courses – choir and concert choir.
     

    Qualifications:

     
    • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in theatre, art, music or related field; for this position, the ability to teach vocal music is required.
    • Five or more years of theatrical production experience.
    • Large event planning experience preferred.
    • Experience in donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
    • Must be an active member of a Catholic parish. A pastor’s letter is required.
     
    The Director of Fine and Performing Arts reports to the Principal.
     
    This is a full-time, 12-month, exempt position that will include significant evening and weekend work as well as regional travel.

2501 Pike Creek Road, Wilmington, DE 19808

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Saint Mark’s, a college-preparatory coeducational Catholic high school, inspires young men and women to create a better world, one more pleasing to God and more helpful to others, by modeling faith, excellence, humility and integrity.