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If you are interested in pursuing a career at Newark Academy but do not see a position that is currently open, we encourage you to submit your résumé.

Teaching Positions

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  • Accompanist/Middle School Music Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a professional to serve in the role of full-time Accompanist/Middle School Music Teacher beginning in August 2024. The ideal candidate will collaborate with artistic colleagues and continue to develop a well-rounded music education for an active and robust Performing and Visual Arts Department, with primary responsibilities of providing piano accompaniment for middle and upper school choral classes, and teaching middle school general music classes. The candidate should be an excellent pianist, proficient in many different musical styles, a strong sight-reader, and an experienced vocalist who is able to teach and model singing techniques to students. The ideal candidates will have experience teaching and a demonstrated capacity to embrace student-centered, skills-focused, and culturally competent practices. Positive student/faculty relationships are essential, inspiring our students to not only succeed in the classroom but also to instill a passion for learning, a standard of excellence, and a generosity of spirit. Ideal candidates will be interested in embracing the wider school community through their involvement in clubs, activities, and/or athletics. 

    Desired Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching in middle school, upper school, or higher educational settings
      Professional musicians with non-traditional paths to education are encouraged to apply.
    • Bachelor’s degree is required; BM and/or Master’s degree is preferred
    • Ability and excitement to inspire students, especially those in grades 6-8.
    • Experience working with and supporting a diverse community of students, parents, and colleagues
    • Excellent interpersonal, time management, and  communication skills (written and verbal)
    • Experience working in independent schools is preferred but not required 

    Teaching Responsibilities May Include:

    • 7th and 8th Grade Vocal Techniques
    • 8th Grade Elements of Artistry 

    Additional Responsibilities:
    • Prepare and deliver expert instruction in general music, including music literacy, solfege, melodic and harmonic singing techniques, early-level music theory, and basic-level world and American music history
    • Accompany all choral classes on the piano, working collaboratively with the choral teacher in all rehearsals and performances. A percussion instrument skill set is desired but not required.
    • Team-teach and run sectionals on music for middle and high school choral ensembles
    • Offer vocal modeling and proper vocal technique for middle and upper school students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, recordkeeping, and use of the learning management system to post timely information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy 

    Located 35 miles from Manhattan in the town of Livingston, New Jersey, Newark Academy provides students in grades 6-12 with the knowledge and skills to become meaningful contributors to their communities and the wider world. Newark Academy cultivates a diverse school community and is committed to fostering and maintaining a caring and inclusive environment that thrives on intellectual, social and emotional interactions. Its faculty is highly regarded in the New Jersey independent school community for its especially effective combination of teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Learn more about the benefits of working at Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page.

    Diversity / Inclusion Statement:
    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. In admissions and employment practices, scholarship aid, and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.

    *Please send your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu.
  • French Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time French teacher to join a dedicated and dynamic faculty. The ideal candidate will have a passion for teaching vocabulary, grammar, and cultural foundations to help inspire students' confidence in learning and using French. Our next French teacher will have experience teaching and a demonstrated capacity to embrace student-centered, skills-focused, and culturally competent practices. Positive student/faculty relationships are instrumental in inspiring our students to not only succeed in the classroom but also to instill a passion for learning, a standard of excellence, and a generosity of spirit. Ideal candidates will be interested in embracing the wider school community through their involvement in clubs, activities, and/or athletics. 

    Desired Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching in middle school, upper school, or higher educational settings (Professionals in related fields or with non-traditional paths to education are also encouraged to apply.)
    • Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree is preferred
    • Experience developing curriculum grounded in performance-based standards (ACTFL)
    • Experience working with and supporting a diverse community of students, parents, and colleagues
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal in English and French)
    • Experience working in independent schools is preferred but not required 

    Responsibilities:
    • Create a positive, student-centered environment
    • Collaborate and work collegially with peers to design and revise curriculum to create a consistent course experience across sections
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned classes, generally four sections
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, recordkeeping, and use of the learning management system to post timely information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy 

    Located 35 miles from Manhattan in the town of Livingston, New Jersey, Newark Academy provides students in grades 6-12 with the knowledge and skills to become meaningful contributors to their communities and the wider world. Newark Academy cultivates a diverse school community and is committed to fostering and maintaining a caring and inclusive environment that thrives on intellectual, social, and emotional interactions. Its faculty is highly regarded in the New Jersey independent school community for their especially effective combination of teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Learn more about the benefits of working at Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page.

    Diversity / Inclusion Statement:

    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. In admissions and employment practices, scholarship aid, and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.

    *Please send your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu.
  • Humanities Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a teacher to join a dedicated humanities department. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching history, economics, or philosophy and a passion for helping students become critical thinkers and analytical writers. Additionally, this candidate will have a demonstrated capacity to embrace student-centered, skills-focused, and culturally competent practices. Our current, talented faculty can teach in multiple content areas, so there is some flexibility regarding content specialty with a consistent focus on the skills used across courses.  Ideal candidates will be interested in embracing the wider school community through their involvement in clubs, activities, and/or athletics.

    Desired Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching history, economics,  or philosophy in middle school, upper school, or higher educational settings Professionals in industry or related fields or with non-traditional paths to education are also encouraged to apply.
    • Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree is preferred
    • Experience working with and supporting a diverse community of students, parents, and colleagues
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
    • Experience working in independent schools is preferred but not required 
    Responsibilities:
    • This position will likely teach some sections of 9th-grade Ancient World History or 10th-grade U.S. History  in addition to other courses
    • Create a positive, student-centered environment and work collegially with peers
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned classes, generally four sections
    • Collaborate to design and revise curriculum to create a consistent course experience across sections
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, recordkeeping, and use of the learning management system to post timely information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy 

    Located 35 miles from Manhattan in the town of Livingston, New Jersey, Newark Academy provides students in grades 6-12 with the knowledge and skills to become meaningful contributors to their communities and the wider world. Newark Academy cultivates a diverse school community and is committed to fostering and maintaining a caring and inclusive environment that thrives on intellectual, social and emotional interactions. Its faculty is highly regarded in the New Jersey independent school community for their especially effective combination of teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Learn more about the benefits of of working at Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page.

    Diversity / Inclusion Statement:
    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. In admissions and employment practices, scholarship aid, and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.

    *Please send your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu.
  • Substitute Teachers

    Located 35 miles from Manhattan in the suburb town of Livingston, New Jersey, Newark Academy’s 68-acre campus borders Morris and Essex counties. Its faculty is highly regarded in the New Jersey independent school community for its especially effective combination of rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in grades 6-12.

    Newark Academy cultivates a diverse school community and is committed to our responsibility for fostering and maintaining a caring and inclusive environment that thrives on intellectual, social, and emotional interactions across differences. Members of the Newark Academy community are encouraged to build trusting relationships with one another grounded in kindness and empathy. Through intentional, active and ongoing engagement of multiple voices, we strive to create an equitable environment where all members can have a sense of belonging to learn and grow as citizens of the world. 

    Newark Academy seeks to create a pool of individuals aligned with our mission to serve as Substitute Teachers in the Middle School and Upper School. A successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for teaching and learning and have the ability to:

    • Demonstrate care and respect for all students by implementing the lessons provided by the teacher in a thoughtful manner.
    • Be actively engaged with students in the classroom and other supervisory duties.
    • Ensure that the time spent in class is treated as a critical resource for learning.
    • Communicate expectations for classroom behaviors for students respectfully and fairly.
    • Ask questions or seek help when needed from administrators, faculty, or staff to support students and the teachers.
    • Maintain requested records and leave notes for the teacher.

    Ideal candidates will have classroom teaching experience and/or specific content expertise. A bachelor’s degree is required. These are on-call, pool positions for which daily assignments would be mutually agreed upon based on need and availability. Interested candidates should forward a letter of interest and resume to Traci Osterhagen, Dean of Faculty, at tosterhagen@newarka.edu.

    Diversity/Inclusion Statement:
    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. In admission and employment practices, scholarship aid and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.

Staff Positions

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  • Assistant to the Director of Upper School Student Life

    Newark Academy is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong communication and data-entry skills for an office position working with the Director of Upper School Student Life and
    Associate Dean of Student Life. The primary responsibilities of the position include student attendance, emergency crisis materials and planning, office support, disciplinary communication, and preparation for events and for the new school year. The successful applicant for this position will have strong interpersonal and organizational skills and a background in flexible use of software programs and databases. This is a full-time position, 7:45 am to 3:45 pm daily.

    Reports to: Director of Upper School Student Life

    Responsibilities:
    • Daily attendance, morning and class, with data input and communication follow up
    • Managing late arrivals and early departures
    • Creating special release forms and managing the database for students who have high-level competitive absences.
    • Creating and managing emergency cards for students and adults on field trips.
    • Maintaining and updating student & employee lists
    • Managing the detention system and discipline database
    • Formatting discipline letters before release to students and parents
    • Assisting with the planning, executing and chaperoning of student events throughout the year.
    • Collecting and following-up on our multiple student forms: permission slips, payments, Honor Code Pledge, Student Information Form Fielding non-attendance parent calls for the Director of Upper School Student Life
    • Reviewing and coordinating individual and school online calendars, update office paper calendar, bake sale calendars
    • Maintaining and updating students lists: by grade, in extracurricular clubs and activities, in arts and athletics activities
    • Assisting with filing and organization of paperwork
    • Assisting with lost-and-found items and connecting them to owners
    • Crisis Readiness: emergency card binders, maps & cards
    • Preparing for back to school through developing seating charts, assigning lockers, and compiling August mailings
    • Filing all final materials for departing seniors in coordination with the Director of Upper School Student Life

    Skill Requirements:

    • Two to five years of administrative assistance experience in a fast-paced office setting preferred.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a demonstrated commitment to working collaboratively and courteously with a diverse population of students, parents, alumni, and colleagues.
    • Strong attention to detail is necessary as is enjoyment working with students, families, and colleagues.
    • Strong organization and project management skills, with the proven ability to successfully manage multiple tasks and deadlines
    • Strong customer service orientation.
    • Proficiency in using and adapting to new databases and software systems, especially Blackbaud.
    • Bachelor's or Associate’s degree (or equivalent coursework) required.

    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume and the names of three references to Pegeen Galvin, Director of Upper School Student Life, at pgalvin@newarka.edu. The subject
    line of the email should be “Assistant to the Director of U.S. Student Life.” No phone calls, please.

    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. In admissions and employment practices, scholarship aid and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.
  • Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling

    Newark Academy is seeking a dynamic and skilled professional to provide individualized advising, support, and education for students and families through the college search and application process. The right candidate will be able to build and maintain strong relationships with students, families, faculty, advisors, coaches, administrators, and college admissions professionals.

    The Assistant/Associate Director will enjoy the support of the Director of College Counseling, two other counselors and an office manager. This team works together to assure the smooth functioning of collective efforts while providing ideal individualized results for the students of Newark Academy.

    Reports to: The Director of College Counseling

    Responsibilities:
    • Educate, advise and support 30-35 students in both 11th and 12th grades through the college search and application process including research, applications, interviewing, essay writing, and financial aid/scholarship considerations.
    • Provide a personalized approach in working with students and families which is in line with our school mission and values.
    • Assist students in researching and developing balanced college lists.
    • Write thoughtful, well-crafted, and informative letters of recommendation for each of their seniors.
    • Advise students regarding course selection.
    • Communicate clearly, effectively, and timely with students, families, colleagues, and college admission representatives.
    • Meet with students and families regularly.
    • Work with arts and athletic departments and student advisors to counsel and support students with special talents.
    • Work collaboratively with other members of the College Counseling team to support all students and families.
    • Team-teach the College Counseling Workshop classes in the fall and spring semesters.
    • Cultivate relationships with college admissions officers from a broad range of institutions; co-host admission office visitors in the fall and spring.
    • Organize and host events and programs with the College Counseling team for students and families(Junior College Night, our parent roundtable series, etc.).
    • Build upon and help support a culture of inclusivity in the college counseling process.
    • Stay abreast of current knowledge and trends in college admissions by attending national and/or regional conferences, participating in campus visits and tours, and networking with college admissions and college counseling colleagues.
    • Represent office at school events and activities and actively support the school’s mission and values by sharing in the life of the school community and its activities.

    Requirements:
    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Experience in selective college admissions is preferred; experience in college counseling is also preferred.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • A collaborative, team-oriented and professional approach.
    • Commitment to being a part of a diverse school community where all members are welcomed, respected, valued, and celebrated.
    • Willingness to learn and acquire new skills.
    • Strong computer software acumen and ability to learn new programs quickly.
    • Enthusiasm for teaching adolescents and working with their families is essential. Applicants must also bring to this job abundant energy and a desire to learn and grow as a professional.

    The Assistant/Associate Director of College Counseling is a full-time, 12 month position. Salary and title are commensurate with experience.

    Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and references to college@newarka.edu.

    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff and student body. In admissions and employment practices, scholarship aid and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.
  • Director of Equity and Belonging

    Newark Academy is seeking a dynamic Director of Equity and Belonging to provide leadership, vision, and support for the school’s efforts in equity, inclusion, and belonging (EIB). The Director will serve as a member of the senior administrative team and report to the Head of School. The Director will lead existing programs, supervise Middle School and Upper School Equity and Inclusion Coordinators, and provide oversight and assessment of initiatives designed to promote equity, inclusion, and a greater sense of belonging among members of our diverse community of learners. As an academic administrator, the Director serves as the course coordinator for the Upper School Creating Community course and will teach one or two sections of this course. 

    Reports to: Head of School 

    Responsibilities: 

    Student and Faculty Support: 
    • Lead, develop, and implement initiatives and programs to foster a school climate reflective of our Community Commitments for Belonging
    • Build strong relationships between and among students, parents, faculty, and staff, fostering trust, rapport, and collegiality in the school culture
    • Work with faculty and grade-level leaders to build cultural competency through special programs and ongoing processing of school, community, and national events
    • Work with E&I Coordinators and student leaders in the US and MS to equip students with tools for an constructive communication around difficult issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Serve as a dynamic resource and support for underrepresented students and their families
    • Serve as a resource for diversity-related clubs and activities
    • Oversee the academic and social success of underrepresented students in concert with the School Counselors, Principals, and Director of Upper School Student Life
    • Support and ensure the school’s ongoing development and implementation of a multiculturally competent curriculum
    • Serve as the course coordinator for the Upper School Creating Community course and teach one or two sections of this course
    • Oversee Newark Academy’s Bias Education and Response System aimed at addressing reported bias-related incidents that may occur inside or outside of the classroom.
    • Provide guidance, support, and formal professional development/capacity building for faculty and staff
    • Serve as a resource and support to the Newark Academy Parents Association (NAPA) and the Alumni Board of Governors in those organizations’ efforts to educate constituents and create thoughtful, diversity and inclusive programming 

    Institutional Outreach and Planning:
    • Act as an essential participant and/or thought partner in institutional conversations and decision-making to help ensure ongoing commitment to DEIB
    • Strategically guide members of the school community, including the Board and Head of School, to review and refine  policies and practices designed to promote greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
    • Work with the Director of Admissions and Admissions staff to attract and retain, welcome new families of color and with all families to build a culture of inclusion
    • Work with the Directors of Development and Alumni Relations to inform and engage donors and alumni to build understanding and buy-in regarding the school’s efforts around diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. Participate in the recruitment and hiring of teaching and professional staff with the Dean of Faculty and the Director of Human Resources to attract and retain a diverse pool of candidates
    • Work with the Director of Communications and Marketing and Communications and Marketing staff to assess the outreach plans of the school and see that the school’s “message” and communications regarding diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are aligned with the school's institutional identity and being directed to a wide audience
    • Act as an advocate and “ombudsperson” for staff, students, or parents who encounter equity-related issues, and help them find the most appropriate route for dealing with particular concerns
    • Promote the evaluation and continuous improvement of institutional diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging goals using data-driven metrics to measure success
    • Disseminate information on the impact and effectiveness of key diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging goals to all constituents by way of reports and presentations
    • Serve as a representative of the school at community and professional events, workshops, and conferences
    • Facilitate and coordinate school outreach activities in the broader NJ area 

    Qualifications: 

    The ideal candidate will hold a Master’s Degree and will be trained and/or certified in equity, diversity, and inclusion. The successful candidate will have experience developing, implementing, and leading initiatives and programs for diversity, equity, inclusion, and social-emotional learning (DIESEL). To be successful the person in this role will need a strategic understanding of the opportunities and challenges for diversity, equity and inclusion within independent schools, a proven track
    record of successfully advancing diversity initiatives, and the energy, passion, skill, compassion, political savvy, and the gravitas to work effectively with all constituents. 

    This is a full-time, 11-month position. Interested candidates should submit PDFs of a letter of interest and résumé/CV to abrennan@newarka.edu by April 22, 2024. 

    Newark Academy seeks and celebrates diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. In admissions and employment practices, scholarship aid and educational programs, Newark Academy upholds applicable state and federal laws and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination.
  • Director of Advancement - Major Gifts

    Newark Academy has partnered with Aspen Leadership Group in the search for a Director of Advancement, Major Gifts. You may view the position prospectus or submit an application via this link: https://opportunities.aspenleadershipgroup.com/opportunities/1404.

Athletics Positions

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  • Junior Varsity and Freshman Boys' Soccer Coaches

    Newark Academy is seeking freshman and junior varsity boys' soccer coaches for the 2024-2025 school year.

    Responsibilities include:
    • Coaching the team primarily during the fall season (mid-August - October, as well as pre-season preparations)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
     
    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.
     
    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Varsity Boys’ Tennis Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking an experienced and dynamic Varsity Head Coach for the 2024-25 school year. Candidates must possess a proven track record of respectful leadership and strong communication skills with assistant coaches, players and families. Candidates must be committed to building a positive and team-first culture in what is sometimes considered an individual sport. Candidates should be driven, energetic, organized and motivated. 

    Responsibilities include:

    • Coaching the the boys' team primarily during the spring season (mid-March - early June)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Managing assistant and JV coaches within the tennis program
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Partnering with the Athletic Department to create the team’s schedule and manage the budget of the middle and upper school programs
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community

    Qualifications:


    • Experience at the high school and/or college level is desired with an emphasis on building a successful program
    • Ability to teach tennis skills and concepts at both a fundamental and high level with excitement and positivity
    • Strong organizational skills in construction, execution and management of all off-season, pre-season and in-season Newark Academy tennis programming
    • Ability to teach, promote, and lead by example values of discipline, respect, integrity, good sportsmanship and fair play

    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.

    We welcome applicants to apply for both the girls’ and boys’ programs. If interested in both, please make that known in your letter of interest. 

    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Varsity Girls' Tennis Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking an experienced and dynamic Varsity Head Coach for the 2024-25 school year. Candidates must possess a proven track record of respectful leadership and strong communication skills with assistant coaches, players and families. Candidates must be committed to building a positive and team-first culture in what is sometimes considered an individual sport. Candidates should be driven, energetic, organized and motivated. 

    Responsibilities include:

    • Coaching the girls' tennis team primarily during the fall season (mid August - early November, as well as pre-season preparations)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Managing assistant and JV coaches within the tennis program
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Partnering with the Athletic Department to create the team’s schedule and manage the budget of the middle and upper school programs
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community

    Qualifications:


    • Experience at the high school and/or college level is desired with an emphasis on building a successful program
    • Ability to teach tennis skills and concepts at both a fundamental and high level with excitement and positivity
    • Strong organizational skills in construction, execution and management of all off-season, pre-season and in-season Newark Academy tennis programming
    • Ability to teach, promote, and lead by example values of discipline, respect, integrity, good sportsmanship and fair play

    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu

    We welcome applicants to apply for both the girls’ and boys’ programs. If interested in both, please make that known in your letter of interest. 

    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Varsity Track and Field Assistant Coach (Spring)

    Newark Academy is seeking a track and field assistant coach for the Upper School Varsity team for the 2023-2024 school year.

    Responsibilities include:
    • Coaching the team primarily during the spring season (early March - mid June, as well as pre-season preparations)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes and people by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community
    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.
     
    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Junior Varsity Field Hockey Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a junior varsity field hockey head coach for the 2023-2024 school year.

    Responsibilities include:
    • Coaching the team primarily during the fall season (mid-August - October, as well as pre-season preparations)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community
     
    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.
     
    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Junior Varsity Girls' Lacrosse Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a girls' lacrosse junior varsity coach for the Upper School team for the 2023-2024 school year.
     
    Responsibilities include:
    • Coaching the team primarily during the spring season (March - June, as well as pre-season preparations)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes and people by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community
     
    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.
     
    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Middle School Fencing Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a Middle School fencing head coach for the 2023-2024 school year.

    Responsibilities include:
    • Coaching the team during the winter season (November 27 - February 22)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes and people by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community
    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.
     
    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
  • Middle School Swim Assistant Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a middle school swim assistant coach for the 2023-2024 school year.
     
    Responsibilities include:
    • Coaching the team during the winter season (November 27 - February 22)
    • Helping players grow as student-athletes and people by teaching sport-specific skills and ensuring all players model good sportsmanship
    • Distributing and collecting all equipment and uniforms
    • Communicating with players and parents clearly and effectively
    • Working with the Sports Information Director to share information about the program with the broader Newark Academy community
    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and résumé to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, at slieberman@newarka.edu.
     
    It is Newark Academy’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or disability not related to requirements for being a successful employee at NA.
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