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Employment

Welcome to Elizabeth Seton High School, the only all-girls Catholic High School in Prince George’s County.
For 60 years, Elizabeth Seton High School has been blessed with talented and dedicated men and women who offer the best of themselves to the school community for the fulfillment of our Vision and Mission.

Please note: All salaries at Seton are commensurate with experience and responsibilities.

If you are seeking employment and wish to consider serving our young women, please consider the information below and complete the application process.

Teaching Faculty & Administration

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  • Academic Dean Search (Two Positions Available)

    Elizabeth Seton High School is a Catholic Secondary High School in Prince George’s County, Maryland owned and operated by the Daughters of Charity.  Elizabeth Seton High School educates young women by engaging them in a challenging college preparatory curriculum and in the teachings of the Catholic Church.  We promote a community that values diversity and is rooted in service to others. 
     
    Position Summary
    Elizabeth Seton High School seeks two highly qualified candidates to serve as Academic Deans and to begin in school year 2021-2022.  The Academic Deans will work to ensure that all curricular programs are aligned with the school’s vision and mission. The Academic Deans will collaborate with others in directing curriculum review, academic planning and the implementation of instructional initiatives that promote the educational development of the students and the professional development of the faculty.  The Academic Deans are members of the school’s Leadership Team and report to the President.  Salary is commensurate with experience. 
     
    Qualifications
    The candidate desires to serve in a Catholic High School, values the teachings of the Catholic Church, and believes in the mission of Catholic Education.  The candidate also meets the following requirements:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in education or a related field
    • A minimum of five years of school educational experience
    • Collaborative manner and ability to develop positive rapport with the school community
    • Strong communication skills both in writing and orally
    • Experience in aligning academic vision with implementation of curriculum development
    • Ability to balance active involvement in promoting student success with efficient completion of administrative tasks
    • Experience in evaluating instructional programs and teaching effectiveness
    • Experience in supervising, coaching, and leading faculty to quality performance
     
    Primary Responsibilities and Duties
    1. Maintain congruence between the school’s mission and all academic activities to ensure the implementation of the school’s values and policies.
    2. Collaborate with the school’s leadership team and governance board in developing school wide improvement plans and initiatives.
    3. Partner with department chairs in the continual development of curriculum scope and sequence of skills within each department and across the curriculum.
    4. Coordinate the management of faculty supervision and evaluation.
    5. Coordinate the planning and implementation of staff development programs designed to fulfill the professional growth needs of the faculty.
    6. Establish programs for the orientation and mentoring of new teachers,
    7. Guide and coach teachers in curriculum development, effective pedagogy, assessment, and classroom management
    8. Direct the recruitment, hiring and orientation of new faculty.
    9. Supervise the grading and reporting process and provide appropriate statistical analysis of grades and major grading patterns.
    10. Collaborate with the guidance staff in supervising the progress of students with academic achievement deficiencies and implementing appropriate improvement strategies.
    11. Respond efficiently and effectively to all parent, faculty and student concerns regarding the academic program.
    12. Participate in professional development and training and develop needed professional skills appropriate to personal growth and effective leadership
    13. Plan, direct, and participate in necessary staff meetings and activities
    14. Complete all reports, records and documents as required
    15. Be a positive role model for the school community by demonstrating behavior that is professional, ethical and responsible
    16. Maintain a positive professional relationship with leadership team and faculty
    17. Attend school activities as required.
    18. Perform other duties as assigned by the president
     
    Collaboration
    The responsibilities involved in this position will be shared between two staff members.  Those hired for these positions will collaborate with School Leadership in further defining the major areas of responsibilities for each Dean and the sharing of job-related tasks.
     
    To Apply:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, statement of educational philosophy, and complete contact information (name, phone number and email) of three references by email to cwoodard@setonhs.org no later than April 30. Phone/In-Person interviews of candidates will begin May 1, 2021.
     
    For more information, please contact:
    Cindy Woodard, School Secretary
    Elizabeth Seton High School
    5715 Emerson Street, Bladensburg, Maryland 20710
    cwoodard@setonhs.org              
  • Dean of Students

    Elizabeth Seton High School is a Catholic Secondary High School in Prince George’s County, Maryland owned and operated by the Daughters of Charity.  Elizabeth Seton High School educates young women by engaging them in a challenging college preparatory curriculum and in the teachings of the Catholic Church. We promote a community that values diversity and is rooted in service to others. 
     
    Position Summary:
    Elizabeth Seton High School seeks a highly qualified candidate to serve as Dean of Students and to begin in school year 2021-2022. The Dean of Students will work to promote all students as they deepen their living of the core values of Elizabeth Seton High School. The Dean of Students collaborates with the entire Seton Staff to foster the growth of all students according to the school’s Profile of the Graduate. The Dean of Students is a member of the School’s Leadership Team and reports to the President. Salary is commensurate with experience. 
     
    Qualifications:
    The candidate desires to serve in a Catholic High School, values the teachings of the Catholic Church, and believes in the mission of Catholic Education.  The candidate also meets the following requirements:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in education, social work, psychology, health, human development or a related field
    • Ability to develop positive rapport with students.
    • Collaborative manner with staff and parents
    • Knowledge of human growth and development
     
    Primary Responsibilities and Duties
    1. Collaborate with the administration, the staff, the parents, and the students to promote healthy, positive student development.
    2. Implement strategies for developing a positive rapport and building supportive relationships with students.
    3. Conference with parents, students, staff, and administration as needed to identify concerns, to decide upon a course of action, and to promote healthy behavioral choices.
    4. Collaborate with Seton staff in developing and implementing programs to support student growth and maturity.
    5. Maintain accurate records of student discipline.
    6. Observe classes, when possible, to become aware of the total school environment.
    7. Attend occasional school events and programs in support of student involvement.
    8. Be visible especially in areas and times when supportive discipline is needed:  cafeteria before school, hallways, assemblies, student activities, etc.
    9. Oversee the implementation of consequences related to student discipline.
    10. Develop contracts with students as needed.
    11. Collaborate with the guidance department and the athletic department regarding student discipline records as needed.
    12. Oversee attendance and tardiness policies.
    13. Collaborate with ESHS Leadership Team for effective school leadership and management

    To apply:
    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume and complete contact information (name, phone number and email) of three references by email to cwoodard@setonhs.org.  Phone/In-Person interviews of candidates will begin May 1, 2021.
     
    For more information, please contact:
    Cindy Woodard, School Secretary
    Elizabeth Seton High School
    5715 Emerson Street, Bladensburg, Maryland 20710
    cwoodard@setonhs.org

Coaching Positions

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Employment Application Form: Step I

Employment Application Process: Step II

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  • Maryland Employment Form

    Maryland House Bill 486 requires Elizabeth Seton High School to contact your current employer and all of your former employers by which you had contact with minors, to request information relating to child sexual abuse or sexual misconduct. Please note that an applicant's current employer will not be contacted until the final stages of our interview process. Applicants will be informed of this outreach in advance.

    Please complete and email the following form to Cindy Woodard, School Secretary at cwoodard@setonhs.org within 5 days of your application:
     
    Maryland State Department of Education Employment (MSDE) History Review Form - please download, print and complete the highlighted sections as stated below, sign the completed form, and email.
     
    Please note that your work history on your application and the number of forms must match in accordance to the requirements below or your application will be disqualified.
     
    One Form must be completed for your current employer whether you have had contact with a minor or not.
     
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    One Form must be completed for all past employers for which you have had contact with minors.
     
    Learn more about the Maryland House Bill 486.
Elizabeth Seton High School, an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law in the administration of its employment practices.