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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.

List of 16 items.

  • Assistant Middle School Principal

    Newark Academy seeks an Assistant Middle School Principal to work closely with students, faculty, parents and other administrators to support students in the Middle School. In consultation with the Middle School Principal, they oversee student behavior and discipline in the daily operation of the Middle School. The primary responsibilities of the Assistant Principal of Middle School are supervising students during the school day, coordinating extracurricular events, and being a visible presence at evening Middle School events. They are also an integral member of the Middle School Leadership Team, collaborating with the Middle School Counselor, DEI Coordinators, the Assistant Director for Middle School Athletics, the Middle School Office Manager, and the Middle School Principal. This 10-month position reports directly to the Middle School Principal.

    RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Maintain high visibility throughout the Middle School to ensure student supervision and safety.
    • Assists with student discipline and maintains records for students in grades six-eight
    • Support faculty by providing classroom management guidance to foster a positive learning environment
    • Assist with administrative follow-up regarding student attendance
    • Work in tandem with Middle School Counselor and Middle School Principal to foster and promote student success
    • Help plan, coordinate, and execute all student activities on and off campus, including capstone trips
    • Performing supervisory duties such as Lunch, Dismissal, etc., as assigned
    • Teach two sections of an academic course
    • Serve on the all-school administrative team
    • Review and update policies annually in coordination with the Middle School Principal
    • Work with the Middle School Principal to plan and execute all special events, such as divisional transition and programming for rising sixth and ninth-grade students.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    • Genuine interest in and admiration for Middle School students
    • Master’s degree in an academic subject field or education
    • Five to seven years of Middle School teaching experience
    • A nuanced understanding of issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in education
    • Highly knowledgeable in child development with expertise in the needs and behaviors unique to middle school-age students
    • Ability to work well under pressure and manage sensitive subjects and situations with tact, kindness and professionalism
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills are required
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively and collegially
    • Willingness to invest in the life of the school community
    • Demonstrated high ethical and professional standards
    • Sense of humor and a positive attitude

    Interested candidates should submit a statement of interest and résumé to dpomykala@newarka.edu by February 17, 2023.

    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.
  • Varsity Boys’ Assistant Baseball Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a boys' assistant baseball coach for the Upper School Varsity team for the 2022-2023 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
    • 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
    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.
  • Director of Sustainability

    Newark Academy seeks a Director of Sustainability to initiate and coordinate efforts to carry out the school’s mission in a way that prioritizes environmental sustainability as an essential educational and institutional value. The Director should be an innovative but diplomatic changemaker, a systems-thinker, a knowledgeable and passionate advocate for sustainability, a lifelong learner, a self-starter and a program builder. Tasked with working with a range of constituencies — from 6th graders, seniors, faculty and staff to Trustees and alumni — the Director will serve as the institution’s champion for sustainability values and programs. This is a part-time, 10-month position that will represent 50 percent of a full-time employee’s responsibilities or approximately 20 hrs/week. This position’s work will be overseen by the Director of Studies in coordination with the Director of Operations and other members of the school leadership team.

    Responsibilities:

    • Chairs Newark Academy’s Sustainability Team, the group charged with developing and executing sustainability-related strategic goals and institutional priorities
    • Collaborates with the Director of Studies, Principals, Dean of Faculty and other academic leaders to integrate sustainability into the school’s curriculum
    • Partners with Directors of Community Service, DEI, Immersion, June Term and others to ensure sustainability efforts intersect and align meaningfully with other core elements of school program
    • Coordinates with Food Services, Facilities, Athletics, Technology, Auxiliary Services, and other offices to identify, plan for and carry out improvements in campus operations
    • Serves as a partner to various constituencies, such as the Parents Association, Admission, Advancement, and new faculty and student orientations to assure alignment and engagement with the school’s sustainability efforts
    • Provides content for publications and social media to promote the efforts and accomplishments of sustainability at Newark Academy in partnership with the External Affairs team
    • Facilitates ongoing professional development around sustainability for faculty/staff and other constituencies
    • Advises and/or supports advisors to student environmental clubs and programs
    • Stays up-to-date on best practices in local and national sustainability education to bring knowledge back to the NA community
    • Meets monthly with the Head of School

    Requisite Skills/Experience:
    • Demonstrated personal and professional commitment to sustainability and sustainability education
    • Ability to inspire, motivate and collaborate with a wide range of constituencies
    • Capacity to balance multiple roles and responsibilities
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • 3+ years in classroom teaching and/or curriculum design/development

    Qualified candidates may also be considered for teaching or other open positions within the Newark Academy community.

    Interested candidates should submit a statement of interest and résumé to sustainability@newarka.edu by February 3, 2023.

    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.
  • Middle School Mathematics Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time math teacher to join our middle school faculty in August of 2023. The ideal candidate will have a passion for educating middle school students and inspiring mathematical thinking through active learning and creative problem-solving.

    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 teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in Grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page.

    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. 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.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, record keeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy as a club sponsor, coach, and through various committees
    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching mathematics in middle school, upper school, or higher ed setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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 
    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 email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu
  • Middle School Science Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time middle school science teacher to join our faculty in August 2023. The ideal candidate will have a passion for educating middle school students and inspiring scientific thinking through hands-on, active, lab-based classes. 
     
    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 teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in Grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page.
     
    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. 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. 
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, record keeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy as a club sponsor, coach, and through various committees
    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching science in middle school, upper school, or higher ed setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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 preferred but not required
    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.

    To Apply:

    *Please email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu



  • Upper School English Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time English teacher to join our teaching faculty starting August of 2023. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching English, a passion for literature, and the experience to inspire students’ reading, writing and critical thinking skills. 
    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 teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in Grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page. 
    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. 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. 
     
    Responsibilities:
     
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, record keeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios in response to the coronavirus - in person, remote, and hybrid scenarios are all options as NA responds to health and safety guidelines
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy as a club sponsor, coach, and through various committees
     
    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching English in middle school, upper school, or higher ed setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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 preferred but not required 
    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 email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu
  • Upper School Humanities Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time humanities teacher to join our upper school faculty in August of 2023. The position will focus on ninth-grade Ancient World courses and will likely include some additional assignments. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching history/government while inspiring students to think critically, write thoughtfully, and view the world from multiple perspectives.

    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 teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in Grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page. 

    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. 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. 
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, record keeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy as a club sponsor, coach, and through various committees
    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching mathematics in middle school, upper school, or higher ed setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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 
    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 email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu
  • Upper School Mathematics Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time upper school math teacher to join our faculty in August of 2023. The ideal candidate will have a passion for educating upper school students and inspiring mathematical thinking through active learning and creative problem-solving.

    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 teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in Grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page. 

    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. 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. 
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, record keeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy as a club sponsor, coach, and through various committees
    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching mathematics in middle school, upper school, or a higher education setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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
    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 email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu
  • Upper School Science Teacher

    Newark Academy is seeking a full-time upper school science teacher to join our faculty. The ideal candidate will have a passion for chemistry and biology and inspire scientific thinking through hands-on, active, lab-based classes. There is some flexibility to potentially start full-time during the spring of 2023 and continue for the 2023-2024 school year.

    Located 35 miles from Manhattan in the suburban town of Livingston, New Jersey, Newark Academy’s 68-acre campus borders Morris and Essex counties. The faculty is highly regarded in the New Jersey independent school community for an effective combination of teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA page.

    Newark Academy cultivates a diverse school community and is committed to fostering and maintaining a caring and inclusive environment that thrives on supporting intellectual, social, and emotional interactions. Members of the Newark Academy community are encouraged to build trusting relationships with one another, grounded in kindness and empathy. Through the 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.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, record keeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios
    • Engage in the life of Newark Academy as a club sponsor, coach, and participant on various committees
    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching science in a middle school, upper school, or higher educational setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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
    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.

    *Please email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to Teaching@newarka.edu
  • Upper School Science Teacher (Long-Term Leave)

    Located 35 miles from Manhattan in the suburban town of Livingston, New Jersey, Newark Academy’s 68-acre campus borders Morris and Essex counties. The faculty is highly regarded in the New Jersey independent school community for an effective combination of teaching that embraces rigor and compassion. Newark Academy offers an exceptional environment in which to teach students in grades 6-12. Learn more about Newark Academy on our website and Careers at NA
    pages.

    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. Members of the Newark Academy community are encouraged to build trusting relationships with one another, grounded in kindness and empathy. Through the 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.

    We are seeking an interim, Upper School science teacher to join our faculty this spring to fill-in for a faculty member on leave. The ideal candidate will have a passion for chemistry and/or biology and inspire scientific thinking through hands-on, active, lab-based classes.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Prepare lessons to deliver to assigned students, generally four sections
    • Collaborate with colleagues to design and improve curriculum and engage students
    • Meet school guidelines regarding grading, recordkeeping, and use of the learning management system to post information about classes
    • Participate in school-wide activities such as workshops, special events, and professional meetings
    • Demonstrate flexibility and instructional agility in response to multiple teaching and learning scenarios in response to the coronavirus—in-person, remote, and hybrid scenarios are all options as NA responds to health and safety guidelines

    Qualifications:
    • Experience teaching science in a middle school, upper school, or higher educational setting
    • Bachelor’s degree 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

    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.

    To Apply:

    *Please send your resume and cover letter 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. 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.
  • Varsity Boys’ Tennis Assistant Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a boys' assistant tennis coach for the Upper School Varsity team for the 2022-2023 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
    • 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
     
    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 Football Head Coach

    Position Description: 
    Newark Academy is seeking an experienced and dynamic Head Coach for the 2023-24 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, inclusive culture within the team. Candidates should be driven, energetic, organized and motivated. In addition to coaching the varsity football team, this individual will oversee all aspects of building a robust football program at the varsity and Middle School levels.  

    Essential Responsibilities:
    • Oversee all aspects of the school-wide football program.
      • All football operations of varsity and Middle School programs
      • Football summer camps at Newark Academy
      • Support student-athletes for on-field success
      • Active communication with team members 
      • Execution and management of Hudl accounts and tools
    • Manage and mentor a team of coaches at each level (in conjunction with the Director of Athletics)
    • Ambassador for Newark Academy football with internal and external constituents
      • Current and prospective student athletes
      • Newark Academy football families
      • Newark Academy football alumni
    • Collaborate with Newark Academy’s strength & conditioning department, sports medicine trainer, and Sports Information Director
    Qualifications:
    • Experience at the high school and/or college level is desired with an emphasis on building a successful program
    • Ability to teach football 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, summer, pre-season and in-season Newark Academy football programming
    • Ability to teach, promote, and lead by example values of discipline, respect, integrity, good sportsmanship and fair play
    Salary is commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates may also be considered for teaching or other open positions within the Newark Academy community.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and references to Seth Lieberman, Director of Athletics, slieberman@newarka.edu. For more information, please contact him at 973-992-7000 x330. 

    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.
  • Varsity Spring Track Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a spring track head coach for the Upper School Varsity team for the 2022-2023 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
    • 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
     
    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 Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a girls' lacrosse junior varsity coach for the Upper School team for the 2022-2023 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
    • 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
     
    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 Boys’ Lacrosse Head Coach

    Newark Academy is seeking a boys' lacrosse head coach for the Middle School team for the 2022-2023 school year.
     
    Responsibilities include:
    • coaching the team primarily during the spring season (March - May).
    • 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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