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Located on a 26-acre campus, Mercy High School provides a rigorous Catholic, college preparatory education to bright and promising girls from more than 68 zip codes in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Mercy knows how to prepare girls to lead and to excel in a dynamic global society. Our highly individualized approach to a college preparatory program challenges each Mercy Girl to become a young woman of intellect, faith, and service. As a school authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Middle Years Programme, our curriculum in grades 9 and 10 features concept-based instruction and structured inquiry as a pedagogical tool. Mercy is a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, which further cements our commitment to providing challenging and engaging courses.

Sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy, Mercy High School continues a 150-year legacy of Mercy excellence in education in Baltimore. Rooted in the charism and tradition of Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, we welcome girls from diverse backgrounds who, together, make Mercy an extraordinary learning community. If you are excited about providing an excellent educational experience for talented girls, and if you are passionate about the values of Catherine McAuley and the Sisters of Mercy—hospitality, compassion for others, service, justice, and equality—we welcome you to join us!

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  • Communications Associate

    Mercy High School is seeking applicants for the full-time, twelve-month position of Communications Associate. This position supports school-wide communications projects and reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications. This position contributes to an integrated internal and external marketing and communications program that supports the mission and values of Mercy, rooted in the rich legacy and inspiring vision of the Sisters of Mercy. The successful candidate is a storyteller and thrives on using multimedia platforms to showcase the experience of our Mercy Girls, while maintaining and promoting brand, positioning, messaging, vision, and mission.

    School Overview:
    Mercy High School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. Founded in 1960, Mercy is proud to carry forward the extraordinary legacy of Mercy education, which began in Baltimore in 1867. Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, we deliver a rigorous education marked by academic excellence and personal attention, Mercy creates an environment where young women form habits of lifelong inquiry, critical thinking, and courageous action in a global society. In the tradition of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, our work reflects a commitment to hospitality, service, justice, and compassion. More than 8,000 Mercy graduates bring their Mercy values into the world, in Baltimore, and beyond. It is an exciting time to join “Team Magic” and to help showcase our growing school.

    Essential Job Functions:
    While other duties may be assigned, a qualified candidate will be able to manage the key responsibilities and tasks as listed below:
    • Work in conjunction with the Director of Communications to produce, edit, and distribute engaging video, audio, and written content for a variety of platforms.
    • Develop, execute, and measure a robust social media editorial calendar and program, collecting and posting compelling and engaging static and video content related to academic, athletic, and arts activities; community events; and other content highlighting the student and community member experience.
    • Own social media platform management by responding to comments, feedback, and messages, ensuring adherence to all school policies and objectives.
    • Stay up to date with social media platform updates, algorithm changes, opportunities, and trends and adjust according to metrics.
    • Serve as the school’s primary photographer and/or videographer for events, and maintain equipment as needed.
    • Compile and publish weekly electronic newsletter and other email communications for varied audiences (students, parents/guardians, alumnae, and prospective families). This includes creating and maintaining lists and distribution groups in an email database.
    • Assist with other major projects related to academics, admissions, advancement, and student life.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Marketing and Communications about content updates for Mercy’s website while completing execution in a timely manner.
    • Monitor website performance to optimize UX, conduct SEO activities to improve ranking positions, traffic, and monitor Google Analytics.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Marketing and Communications on the social media advertising efforts.
    • Collaborate with the Director of Marketing and Communications on new ideas and content production strategies which may include writing, designing, editing for magazines, newsletters, admissions materials, programs, etc.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, English, or related field is required
    • Two to five years of relevant experience with professional writing, social media management, photography, videography, and website editing in a professional setting is required.
    • School experience is preferred
    • Knowledge of Blackbaud is a plus
    • Strong writing and copy-editing skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    This position is a 12-month position. Salary is commensurate with experience. A comprehensive benefits package includes tuition remission at Mercy High School for dependent daughters and at Loyola University Maryland for employees and their dependents, all contingent upon years of full-time service.
     
    Additional Requirements:
    • Possess a driver’s license and vehicle
    • Ability to meet a flexible work schedule, including occasional evenings and weekends
    • Subject to a criminal background check prior to employment
    • Subject to a Child Protection Services Screening prior to employment
    • Subject to a MSDE Employment History Review screening for Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Misconduct 
    Application Process:
    Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three professional references to Heather Mork, director of marketing and communications, at hmork@mercyhighschool.com. No telephone calls, please.
  • Mathematics Teacher

    School Overview:
     
    Founded in 1960 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy High School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. Expanding on nearly 200 years of experience in the instruction of adolescent girls, Mercy is proud to carry forward the extraordinary legacy of Mercy education, which began in Baltimore in 1867. Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, we deliver a rigorous education marked by academic excellence and personal attention. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Mercy provides an education that is distinguished by innovation, enabling students to form habits of lifelong inquiry, critical thinking, and courageous action in a global society. In the tradition of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, our work reflects a commitment to hospitality, service, justice, and compassion. More than 8,000 Mercy graduates bring their Mercy values into the world, in Baltimore, and beyond. It is an exciting time to join “Team Magic” and to help showcase our growing school.

    Mathematics Teacher – 2024-2025
                                                                                                                     
    Mercy High School is seeking a full-time mathematics teacher to begin August 2024. The ideal candidate can teach a variety of math subjects including geometry and higher-level math courses. Candidates should be academically strong and dedicated to teaching a diverse group of girls in a community that values intellectual pursuits, strong relationships, and spiritual development.  The successful candidate will be cognizant of the special role a teacher has in the spiritual and religious development of youth, model critical inquiry and lifelong learning, and demonstrate integrity and fairness in all aspects of community life.
     
    As a school authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Middle Years Programme, Mercy’s curriculum in grades 9 and 10 features concept-based instruction and structured inquiry as a pedagogical tool. Courses in the upper levels are challenging and engaging. Mercy is an IB Candidate School pursuing authorization for the IB Diploma Programme. While previous experience with these programs is preferred, it is not a requirement.
     
    Responsibilities
    • Plan and effectively implement the mathematics curriculum for five sections of math courses, most likely in Geometry and Pre-Calculus. Final course assignments will be determined based on the school’s needs and the skill set of the candidate.
    • Use pedagogical best practices, learning standards, and assessments to drive student growth and achievement in alignment with Mercy’s expectations and the International Baccalaureate framework.
    • Create a positive, cooperative, and organized classroom atmosphere.
    • Advise a small group of students, serve on a grade-level team, and be an IB Personal Project Supervisor.
    • Moderate a club or student activity.
    • Maintain positive relationships with students, staff, and parents.
    • Work collaboratively with the department, year-level teams, student services, and academic leadership team to support student learning.
    • Respect and support the School’s mission.
    • Actively engage in professional growth by keeping abreast of current trends in education, attending professional development, engaging in reflective practice, and attending all planning and staff meetings.
    • Attend some school events and chaperoning activities that may occur after school hours or on the weekends with advanced notice.
    • Coaching opportunities may be available.
     
     
     
    Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher in mathematics, education, or a related field is required. Master’s degree preferred.
    • Demonstrated experience in teaching mathematics.
    • Openness to concept-based and structured inquiry approaches and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues is required.
    • Experience in IB schools with the Middle Years Programme or Diploma Programme is a plus.
    • Candidates are subject to a criminal background check, Child Protection Services Screening, and an MSDE Employment History Review prior to employment.
     
     
         Work Environment:
    • All faculty may be asked to perform their work duties at home (in the event of remote learning) and/or on campus. In both settings, this role is required to maintain a professional, shared work environment.
    • While performing the duties of this job, all faculty are regularly required to talk and hear. This position, while primarily desk, office, and classroom-based, is at times active. It requires both sitting and standing for prolonged periods, and at times walking, including stairs, and the occasional moving/rearranging of items.
     
    Salary is commensurate with experience. A comprehensive benefits package includes tuition remission at Mercy High School for dependent daughters and at Loyola University Maryland for employees and their dependents, all contingent upon years of full-time service.

    FLSA Classification: Exempt
    Employment Category: Full-time Faculty
    Reports to: Department Chair
    Duration: 10-month contract annually renewable

    Please send a cover letter, resume, statement of philosophy of education, and contact information for three professional references to Kathryn Adelsberger, Ed.D., Principal at kadelsberger@mercyhighschool.com 
     
     
    This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee’s ability to perform the work associated with the position. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties and additional functions/requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent a contract of employment, and Mercy High School reserves the right to change this position as deemed appropriate.
  • Science Teacher

    School Overview:
    Founded in 1960 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy High School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. Expanding on nearly 200 years of experience in the instruction of adolescent girls, Mercy is proud to carry forward the extraordinary legacy of Mercy education, which began in Baltimore in 1867. Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, we deliver a rigorous education marked by academic excellence and personal attention. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Mercy provides an education that is distinguished by innovation, enabling students to form habits of lifelong inquiry, critical thinking, and courageous action in a global society. In the tradition of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, our work reflects a commitment to hospitality, service, justice, and compassion. More than 8,000 Mercy graduates bring their Mercy values into the world, in Baltimore, and beyond. It is an exciting time to join “Team Magic” and to help showcase our growing school.

    Mercy High School is seeking a full-time science teacher to begin August 2024. The ideal candidate can teach the content areas of Physical Science and Chemistry. Candidates should be academically strong and dedicated to teaching a diverse group of girls in a community that values intellectual pursuits, strong relationships, and spiritual development.  The successful candidate will be cognizant of the special role a teacher has in the spiritual and religious development of youth, model critical inquiry and lifelong learning, and demonstrate integrity and fairness in all aspects of community life.
     
    As a school authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Middle Years Programme, Mercy’s curriculum in grades 9 and 10 features concept-based instruction and structured inquiry as a pedagogical tool. Courses in the upper levels are challenging and engaging. Mercy is an IB Candidate School pursuing authorization for the IB Diploma Programme. While previous experience with these programs is preferred, it is not a requirement.
     
    Responsibilities
    • Plan and effectively implement science curriculum for five sections of science courses, most likely in Chemistry and Physics. Final course assignments will be determined based on the school’s needs and the skill set of the candidate.
    • Use pedagogical best practices, learning standards, and assessments to drive student growth and achievement in alignment with Mercy’s expectations and the International Baccalaureate framework.
    • Create a positive, cooperative, and organized classroom atmosphere.
    • Advise a small group of students, serve on a grade-level team, and be an IB Personal Project Supervisor.
    • Moderate a club or student activity.
    • Maintain positive relationships with students, staff, and parents.
    • Work collaboratively with the department, year-level teams, student services, and academic leadership team to support student learning.
    • Respect and support the School’s mission.
    • Actively engage in professional growth by keeping abreast of current trends in education, attending professional development, engaging in reflective practice, and attending all planning and staff meetings.
    • Attend some school events and chaperoning activities that may occur after school hours or on the weekends with advanced notice.
    • Coaching opportunities may be available.
     
    Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher in science, education, or a related field is required. Master’s degree preferred.
    • Demonstrated experience in teaching science.
    • Openness to concept-based and structured inquiry approaches and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues is required.
    • Experience in IB schools with the Middle Years Programme or Diploma Programme is a plus.
    • Candidates are subject to a criminal background check, Child Protection Services Screening, and an MSDE Employment History Review prior to employment.
     
    Work Environment:
    • All faculty may be asked to perform their work duties at home (in the event of remote learning) and/or on campus. In both settings, this role is required to maintain a professional, shared work environment.
    • While performing the duties of this job, all faculty are regularly required to talk and hear. This position, while primarily desk, office, and classroom-based, is at times active. It requires both sitting and standing for prolonged periods, and at times walking, including stairs, and the occasional moving/rearranging of items.
     
    Salary is commensurate with experience. A comprehensive benefits package includes tuition remission at Mercy High School for dependent daughters and at Loyola University Maryland for employees and their dependents, all contingent upon years of full-time service.

    FLSA Classification: Exempt
    Employment Category: Full-time Faculty
    Reports to: Department Chair
    Duration: 10-month contract annually renewable

    Please send a cover letter, resume, statement of philosophy of education, and contact information for three professional references to Kathryn Adelsberger, Ed.D., Principal at kadelsberger@mercyhighschool.com 
     
     
    This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee’s ability to perform the work associated with the position. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties and additional functions/requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent a contract of employment, and Mercy High School reserves the right to change this position as deemed appropriate.
  • Spanish Teacher

    School Overview:
    Founded in 1960 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy High School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. Expanding on nearly 200 years of experience in the instruction of adolescent girls, Mercy is proud to carry forward the extraordinary legacy of Mercy education, which began in Baltimore in 1867. Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, we deliver a rigorous education marked by academic excellence and personal attention. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Mercy provides an education that is distinguished by innovation, enabling students to form habits of lifelong inquiry, critical thinking, and courageous action in a global society. In the tradition of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, our work reflects a commitment to hospitality, service, justice, and compassion. More than 8,000 Mercy graduates bring their Mercy values into the world, in Baltimore, and beyond. It is an exciting time to join “Team Magic” and to help showcase our growing school.

    Mercy High School is seeking a full-time Spanish teacher to begin August 2024. The ideal candidate can teach a variety of proficiency levels in Spanish. Candidates should be academically strong and dedicated to teaching a diverse group of girls in a community that values intellectual pursuits, strong relationships, and spiritual development.  The successful candidate will be cognizant of the special role a teacher has in the spiritual and religious development of youth, model critical inquiry and lifelong learning, and demonstrate integrity and fairness in all aspects of community life.
     
    As a school authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Middle Years Programme, Mercy’s curriculum in grades 9 and 10 features concept-based instruction and structured inquiry as a pedagogical tool. Courses in the upper levels are challenging and engaging. Mercy is an IB Candidate School pursuing authorization for the IB Diploma Programme. While previous experience with these programs is preferred, it is not a requirement.
     
    Responsibilities
    • Plan and effectively implement the Spanish curriculum for five sections of Spanish courses, most likely in Spanish I and Spanish III. Final course assignments will be determined based on the school’s needs and the skill set of the candidate.
    • Use pedagogical best practices, learning standards, and assessments to drive student growth and achievement in alignment with Mercy’s expectations and the International Baccalaureate framework.
    • Create a positive, cooperative, and organized classroom atmosphere.
    • Advise a small group of students, serve on a grade-level team, and be an IB Personal Project Supervisor.
    • Moderate a club or student activity.
    • Maintain positive relationships with students, staff, and parents.
    • Work collaboratively with the department, year-level teams, student services, and academic leadership team to support student learning.
    • Respect and support the School’s mission.
    • Actively engage in professional growth by keeping abreast of current trends in education, attending professional development, engaging in reflective practice, and attending all planning and staff meetings.
    • Attend some school events and chaperoning activities that may occur after school hours or on the weekends with advanced notice.
    • Coaching opportunities may be available.
     
    Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Spanish, education, or a related field is required. Master’s degree preferred.
    • Demonstrated experience in teaching Spanish.
    • Openness to concept-based and structured inquiry approaches and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues is required.
    • Experience in IB schools with the Middle Years Programme or Diploma Programme is a plus.
    • Candidates are subject to a criminal background check, Child Protection Services Screening, and an MSDE Employment History Review prior to employment.
     
    Work Environment:
    • All faculty may be asked to perform their work duties at home (in the event of remote learning) and/or on campus. In both settings, this role is required to maintain a professional, shared work environment.
    • While performing the duties of this job, all faculty are regularly required to talk and hear. This position, while primarily desk, office, and classroom-based, is at times active. It requires both sitting and standing for prolonged periods, and at times walking, including stairs, and the occasional moving/rearranging of items.
     
    Salary is commensurate with experience. A comprehensive benefits package includes tuition remission at Mercy High School for dependent daughters and at Loyola University Maryland for employees and their dependents, all contingent upon years of full-time service.

    FLSA Classification: Exempt
    Employment Category: Full-time Faculty
    Reports to: Department Chair
    DurationL 10-month contract annually renewable

    Please send a cover letter, resume, statement of philosophy of education, and contact information for three professional references to Kathryn Adelsberger, Ed.D., Principal at kadelsberger@mercyhighschool.com 
     
    This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee’s ability to perform the work associated with the position. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties and additional functions/requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent a contract of employment, and Mercy High School reserves the right to change this position as deemed appropriate.
  • Theatre Teacher

    School Overview:

    Founded in 1960 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy High School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. Expanding on nearly 200 years of experience in the instruction of adolescent girls, Mercy is proud to carry forward the extraordinary legacy of Mercy education, which began in Baltimore in 1867. Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, we deliver a rigorous education marked by academic excellence and personal attention. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Mercy provides an education that is distinguished by innovation, enabling students to form habits of lifelong inquiry, critical thinking, and courageous action in a global society. In the tradition of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, our work reflects a commitment to hospitality, service, justice, and compassion. More than 8,000 Mercy graduates bring their Mercy values into the world, in Baltimore, and beyond. It is an exciting time to join “Team Magic” and to help showcase our growing school.

    Theatre Teacher and Director – 2024-2025
                                                                                                                     
    Mercy High School is seeking a full-time Theatre teacher and director to begin August 2024. The ideal candidate is skilled in teaching acting and stagecraft, has demonstrated experience directing high school productions, and is familiar in basic technical theatre. Candidates should be academically strong and dedicated to teaching a diverse group of girls in a community that values intellectual pursuits, strong relationships, and spiritual development.  The successful candidate will be cognizant of the special role a teacher has in the spiritual and religious development of youth, model critical inquiry and lifelong learning, and demonstrate integrity and fairness in all aspects of community life.
     
    As a school authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Middle Years Programme, Mercy’s curriculum in grades 9 and 10 features concept-based instruction and structured inquiry as a pedagogical tool. Courses in the upper levels are challenging and engaging. Mercy is an IB Candidate School pursuing authorization for the IB Diploma Programme. While previous experience with these programs is preferred, it is not a requirement.
     
    Responsibilities
    • Plan and effectively implement the fine arts curriculum for three elective theater courses. Final course assignments will be determined based on the school’s needs and the skill set of the candidate.
    • Provide technical assistance for all in-school assemblies, liturgies, and other events in the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Auditorium, a professional performing arts space.
    • Direct two productions each year, typically, a fall play and spring musical. This requires after-school, evening, and weekend rehearsals to support the show.
    • Serve as school liaison and manage basic technical theatre for sporadic rentals with advanced notice, including a two-week annual summer rental.
    • Use pedagogical best practices, learning standards, and assessments to drive student growth and achievement in alignment with Mercy’s expectations and the International Baccalaureate framework.
    • Create a positive, cooperative, and organized classroom atmosphere.
    • Serve on a grade-level team and be an IB Personal Project Supervisor.
    • Moderate Mercy’s theater club, Footlighters, and Mercy’s chapter of the International Thespian Society.
    • Maintain positive relationships with students, staff, and parents.
    • Work collaboratively with the department, year-level teams, student services, and academic leadership team to support student learning.
    • Respect and support the School’s mission.
    • Actively engage in professional growth by keeping abreast of current trends in education, attending professional development, engaging in reflective practice, and attending all planning and staff meetings.
    • Attend some school events and chaperoning activities that may occur after school hours or on the weekends with advanced notice.
     
    Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher in theatre, education, or a related field is required. Master’s degree preferred.
    • Demonstrated experience in teaching theatre.
    • Openness to concept-based and structured inquiry approaches and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues is required.
    • Experience in IB schools with the Middle Years Programme or Diploma Programme is a plus.
    • Candidates are subject to a criminal background check, Child Protection Services Screening, and an MSDE Employment History Review prior to employment.
     
         Work Environment:
    • All faculty may be asked to perform their work duties at home (in the event of remote learning) and/or on campus. In both settings, this role is required to maintain a professional, shared work environment.
    • While performing the duties of this job, all faculty are regularly required to talk and hear. This position, while primarily desk, office, and classroom-based, is at times active. It requires both sitting and standing for prolonged periods, and at times walking, including stairs, and the occasional moving/rearranging of items.
    • This role requires lifting, moving, and rearranging of technical theatre equipment and set pieces.
     
    Salary is commensurate with experience. A comprehensive benefits package includes tuition remission at Mercy High School for dependent daughters and at Loyola University Maryland for employees and their dependents, all contingent upon years of full-time service.

    FLSA Classification: Exempt
    Employment Category: Full-time Faculty
    Reports to: Department Chair
    Duration: 10-month contract annually renewable

    Please send a cover letter, resume, statement of philosophy of education, and contact information for three professional references to Kathryn Adelsberger, Ed.D., Principal at kadelsberger@mercyhighschool.com 
     
    This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee’s ability to perform the work associated with the position. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties and additional functions/requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent a contract of employment, and Mercy High School reserves the right to change this position as deemed appropriate.
  • Assistant Varsity Softball Coach

    Mercy High School is seeking an Assistant Varsity Softball Coach. Candidates should possess excellent organization and communication skills. This position reports to the head coach of the Varsity Softball team. The softball season begins in the middle of February and concludes in early May. This is a paid, part-time position and a background check is required.  

    Interested candidates should send a resume and two to three professional references to George Panageotou P’23, ’26, assistant director of athletics, at GPanageotou@mercyhighschool.com
     
  • Head JV Lacrosse Coach

    Mercy High School is seeking a Head JV Lacrosse Coach. Candidates should possess excellent organization and communication skills. This position reports regularly to the director of athletics. The lacrosse season begins in the middle of February and concludes in early May. This is a paid, part-time position and a background check is required.  

    Interested candidates should send a resume and two to three professional references to George Panageotou P’23, ’26, assistant director of athletics, at GPanageotou@mercyhighschool.com
  • Substitute Teachers

    Mercy High School seeks dynamic, student-centered individuals to become a part of our daily substitute list.  Mercy High School is an independent, Catholic, all-girls, college preparatory school for students in grades 9-12 located in Baltimore, MD.
    Substitutes will be contacted for daily assignments in any of Mercy High School’s academic areas on an as-needed basis. The length of an individual substitute teaching assignment varies but will generally be between the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. 

    Key duties:
    • Provide continuity in student learning
    • Adhere to the classroom teacher’s daily lesson plans
    • Effectively supervise the classroom
    • Collect and distribute assignments
    • Adhere to school policies and procedures
    • Supervise students during non-instructional time in accordance with absent teacher’s schedule
    • Other teaching duties as requested 
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree required
    • Prior experience with students in grades 9-12 is strongly preferred, particularly in a classroom setting 
    Qualified candidates will be contacted and invited to begin the interview process.
    Interested candidates should contact Ms. Kathryn Adelsberger, Principal, at kadelsberger@mercyhighschool.com. Please provide a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references. 
Mercy High School Baltimore is a sponsored ministry of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas and is a member of Mercy Education.

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