Delbarton School, located in Morristown, NJ, is an independent Catholic college-preparatory school guided by the Benedictine monks of St. Mary's Abbey and their lay colleagues. Delbarton is rooted in the Catholic and particularly Benedictine monastic traditions of a strong liberal arts education. The Delbarton community comprises a faculty of eight-five men and women, and approximately six hundred young men in grades seven through twelve. The teaching tradition of the School calls upon faculty members to contribute to co-curricular programs as well. The School offers competitive salaries, beneits, campus housing, and generous professional development opportunities for faculty. Delbarton seeks diversity in its community and is an equal opportunity employers.
Delbarton School seeks an enthusiastic and creative full time teacher of Theology / Religious Studies for the 2019-2020 school year. The study of Religion is required of all Delbarton Students. The School encourages students to pursue an understanding of their faith and to respect the religious beliefs of others in a diverse and changing society. In the spirit of ecumenism fostered by the Church at Vatican II, and a hallmark of our age, the curriculum remains faithful to the Roman Catholic and Benedictine heritage of Delbarton and fosters dialogue and understanding among students.
This assignment calls for the teaching of four courses (usually no more than two preps) during three terms. Participation in Delbarton's campus ministry, community service projects is also expected.
Candidates should have a strong background in education, a commitment to young people, the ability to utilize technology to enhance student learning, and the drive to engage in ongoing professional development. Candidates must have a solid foundation in Theology / Religious Studies and an understanding of the Roman Catholic Church. A BA in Theology / Religious Studies or related field is required, and an advanced degree and teaching experience are a plus.