Openings

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  • Administrative Assistant (Admissions Office)

    We are seeking a highly skilled individual as the primary administrative support for the Admissions Office. The ideal candidate will serve as a liaison between prospective students/families and the Office of Admissions. Candidates should be personable, possess excellent written and oral communication skills.   

    This position requires:
     
    • A team-oriented professional who has demonstrated success in a fast-paced, deadline sensitive environment and is able to maintain a high-level of confidentiality and discretion. 
    • Outstanding communication and organizational skills as well as the ability to manage multiple priorities to meet deadlines. 
    • A demonstration of high customer service skills through phone call, e-mail and in person interactions.
    • A professional who can work independently and holds the ability to prioritize work. 
    • A professional who hold extensive computer skills including MS Office (Word, Access, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.) Experience with OnBoard is a bonus.  
    This is a full-time, year round position.   

    Deadline: Resumes for
    this position will be accepted until April 15, 2020, but interviews may be conducted as resumes are received. 
     
     
  • College Counselor

    Calvert Hall is currently seeking a College Counselor for the 2020-2021 school year

    Candidates must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree and college counseling experience in a secondary school environment and/or college admission experience preferred at a selective institution.

    Primary job responsibilities include working with students to guide them through the college search and application process. Candidates should have the ability to work with other college counselors and the school counseling team.  Experience using Naviance is strongly preferred.  Qualities the applicant should possess include:  organized, outgoing, service-oriented, exceptional writing, strong public speaking skills, attention to detail, and a solid work ethic. 

    As part of the job description, the College Counselor must:
    • Understand the college admission process at a variety of institution types and selectivity levels.
    • Cultivate relationships with admission professionals, including hosting college admission visitors to our school.
    • Maintain a strong working knowledge of colleges and universities, which includes visiting colleges.
    • Provide guidance and resources to support students as they navigate the college search and application process.
    • Guide students and others in understanding and utilizing Naviance, the college admission data management system.
    • Analyze and interpret scattergrams for students and families.
    • Serve as a general resource for students, parents, and teaching faculty regarding admission criteria and college historical data.
    • Educate students on appropriate interviewing techniques, self-assessment tools, and application essay writing techniques.
    • Share financial aid and scholarship information on a timely basis with students and families.
    • Manage school document completion (including teacher recommendations). 
    • Plan and facilitate senior and junior college planning meetings, PSAT/PreACT Diagnostic Night, and Financial Aid night for parents. 
    • Answer standardized test queries knowledgably and provide information about testing options and preparatory classes.
    • Work effectively one-on-one with students and be able to address small or large gatherings of people to discuss the college admission and research process.
    • Communicate regularly with counselees and their parents. Conduct one-on-one conferences. Follow up as appropriate via email and/or telephone.
    • Pursue regional and national professional development conferences including attendance at annual conference(s).
    • Write detailed letters of support for each counselee.
    • Brainstorm and review with an admissions lens the application essays of each counselee.
    • Participate in events throughout the year sponsored by the School Counseling Office, such as teaching College Advising seminars, evening presentations, and college fairs.
    All counselors work in collaboration with other members of the Calvert Hall community including administrators, faculty, coaches, alumni, and parents. In addition to counseling responsibilities, each counselor has specific job functions and tasks unique to his or her career expertise. There is strong support for professional development; attendance at regional and national professional conferences is expected as is participation in college counselor tours and independent visits to college campuses.
     
    Priority will be given to candidates who submit application materials by March 27, 2020.
  • Religion Teacher

    Calvert Hall is currently seeking a Religion Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. 

    We are seeking a Religion teacher who is able to teach a wide range of courses, such as Scripture, Morality, Catholic Social Teaching, and/or possibly World Religions.   
    In addition to teaching, there is a strong preference for someone who will be involved in our extensive co-curricular program, whether in athletics or activities, and someone who is unafraid of sharing his/her Catholic faith in the classroom.   
    The candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in religious studies or theology.  A master’s degree is preferred.  Knowledge of best practices and strong instructional and pedagogical techniques is also imperative. 
    Additionally, we seek someone who can: 
    • Develop student reading and writing skills, including those needed in research papers. 
    • Work well in a team teaching environment.  
    • Share in presenting course lectures. 
    • Develop and administer a balance of traditional and alternative assessments. 
    • Maintain classroom decorum, encouraging orderly and stimulating discussions and student participation. 
    • Provide support for our students both in the classroom and outside class time.    

    Deadline: Resumes for this position will be accepted until April 20, but interviews will be scheduled as applications are received. 
     
     
    Qualified candidates can submit their resumé electronically to employment@calverthall.com (Word/PDF/RTF format preferred).  Resumés can also be mailed to: 
    Chuck Stembler, Principal 
    Attn: Employment 
    8102 La Salle Road 
    Baltimore, MD 21286 
Mission
Calvert Hall College, a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school, prepares a diverse community of young men to achieve their full potential utilizing their unique talents. Through excellent academic and extracurricular programs led by innovative and dedicated educators, our students become confident men with the ethical foundation for service, independent thinking,and responsible leadership. Inspired by the faith and zeal of St. John Baptist de LaSalle, our students develop a respect for others as part of an inclusive, lifelong Calvert Hall brotherhood as Men of Intellect, Men of Faith and Men of Integrity.

Calvert Hall is an equal opportunity employer, and is constantly seeking excellent candidates to fill faculty and staff positions. 

In each of these positions, the ability to work on a team is necessary. We seek someone who is open to professional growth and will be committed to our school’s Lasallian mission.


Qualified candidates can submit their resumé electronically to employment@calverthall.com (Word/PDF/RTF format preferred).  Resumés can also be mailed to:

Chuck Stembler, Principal
Attn: Employment
8102 La Salle Road
Baltimore, MD 21286

Calvert Hall College High School

8102 La Salle Road | Baltimore, MD 21286 | 410-825-4266 | 410-825-6826 (fax)
Calvert Hall College, a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school, prepares a diverse community of young men to achieve their full potential utilizing their unique talents. Through excellent academic and extracurricular programs led by innovative and dedicated educators, our students become confident men with the ethical foundation for service, independent thinking,and responsible leadership. Inspired by the faith and zeal of St. John Baptist de LaSalle, our students develop a respect for others as part of an inclusive, lifelong Calvert Hall brotherhood as Men of Intellect, Men of Faith and Men of Integrity.