Morristown-Beard welcomes qualified candidates seeking to join the ranks of our professional educators. We are interested in applicants who are devoted to a life of the mind, who are willing and able to embrace our curricular philosophy, are committed to mastering the art and craft of teaching, and can combine enthusiasm for their subject with an understanding of the many different ways students learn.



Academic

Middle School English: Full Time
Seeking a middle school English teacher for Fall, 2018 to teach four courses and contribute to curriculum development in a dynamic, collaborative and evolving department. Candidates should be eager to coordinate closely with colleagues in the social sciences to augment and enhance our shared Humanities Program, and must be skilled in the study of literature in both its formal and thematic dimensions. The successful candidate will also be a passionate role model for the joy and power of reading. Basic understanding of composition theory and ability to teach analytic writing at the Middle School level is essential, as is experience with and/or knowledge of Middle School developmental factors. Bachelor's degree in literature or a related field is required; advanced degree a strong plus. Please send cover letter, C.V., statement of teaching philosophy, and reference list to Dr. John Mascaro, Dean of Faculty, Morristown-Beard School, 70 Whippany Road, Morristown, NJ 07960. Email: employment@mbs.net. No telephone inquiries, please.


Administration & Staff


Athletics

Fall 2017
Boys Soccer-Head JV
Boys Soccer-Assistant JV
Boys Soccer-Assistant V

Winter 2018
Head Swim

Spring 2018
Assistant Track and Field (experience with throwers)

Please contact Joanne Dzama, Director of Athletics at jdzama@mbs.net with inquiries.

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