Notre Dame High School, Belmont (NDB) is an independent Catholic college preparatory school for young women dedicated to the educational mission of St. Julie Billiart and the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. NDB seeks a motivated American Sign Language (ASL) Teacher for the 2018-2019 academic year who will share the responsibility for the development of the students in academics and guidance as well as in spiritual, social, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities. This position will teach two sections and report directly to the Associate Head of School for Academics.
Major areas of responsibilities
Conduct communications internally and externally with the highest level of Professional Ethics
Maintain high standard for professional growth, must contain a technology component.
Display a high degree of instructional competence through evidence of:
High level knowledge of Subject Matter
Innovative and diverse Lesson Plans
Appropriate range of formal and informal Student Assessment
Effective Classroom Management
Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
Encourage academic honesty and integrity
Support Admissions programs and events
Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree in Subject Area
California Teaching Credential
ASLTA Certification preferred
Master Degree in ASL/Deaf Studies or related field, preferred
Fluency in sign language
Experience teaching ASL at the High School level, minimum 3 years
Five years experience using ASL
Demonstrated ability to lead and inspire in a classroom setting
Outstanding written, verbal, and presentation skills
Strong organizational skills
Passion for Catholic secondary women’s education
Experience with GAFE
Experience teaching in Block Schedule, preferred
Salary and Benefits
Salary scale reflects the guidelines set forth by the Notre Dame High School. Salary is based on education and years of experience. This position is not eligible for benefits.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of intent, resume, and three letters of recommendation through the EdJoin.org website: