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Cheverus High School is a Jesuit, college preparatory school with an enrollment of approximately 400 students. Founded in 1917, the school strives to prepare young men and women to be people for others by fostering intellectual, spiritual, physical and personal excellence.

Cheverus High School invites applications for the following positions:

Positions for 2019-2020 -- 

English 

History 

Theology 

Instructional Support 
 

Position Description and the School's Expectations

We are seeking resumes for candidates to teach in our English, History, Instructional Support, and Theology departments; the ability to teach in more than one area would be welcome but is not a requirement.

For information about the position in our Instructional Support department, click here.

We seek to hire and retain faculty and staff members who are passionate and proficient in their fields, who understand and embrace our school’s mission, and who are committed to leading students in co-curricular and pastoral ministry activities. Successful candidates demonstrate a capacity for professional collaboration, continued pedagogical growth and instructional leadership. The school expects faculty and staff members to keep current with professional development activities appropriate to their fields, as well as to participate in the school’s in-services and Ignatian formation retreats.

Application Process

To apply for these positions, please use the following links:

Priority will be given to submissions received before Friday, March 1.

Thank you for your interest in Cheverus.

(posted  1/25/19)


Coaching Positions

 

The following coaching positions are open in our Athletics department. To apply, please send a Cheverus Coaching Application, your coaching resume and three references to Gavin Callahan (callahan@cheverus.org), Assistant Athletic Director.

  • Varsity Boys Lacrosse
  • Varsity Field Hockey
  • Varsity Girls Lacrosse
  • Freshmen/First Team Baseball

 

(updated 1/04/19)


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