Employment Opportunities

Content Specialist, Baltimore, MD

The School Sisters of Notre Dame Atlantic-Midwest Province is seeking an onsite, part-time (24-hours per week) content creator with demonstrated experience online and in print. Must be comfortable using a variety of social media platforms. Experience posting stories via a content management system is a plus, as is experience with creating newsletters. The Content Specialist will be expected to foster an understanding of the mission of the School Sisters of Notre Dame in order to effectively represent SSND and work within the culture of the institution. Salary commensurate with experience; includes some paid leave and medical benefits.

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Please send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to chaines@amssnd.org (include the job title in the subject line).

Principal, Sisters Academy Baltimore

Sisters Academy of Baltimore, one of our co-sponsored ministries, is seeking a principal to begin in July 2020. We seek a person with vision, creativity, initiative, and experience. We seek a principal who will motivate students and parents with energy and enthusiasm. Sisters Academy of Baltimore, a Catholic community-centered middle school, educates girls of different races, ethnic groups, and religions, from families of limited economic means, particularly those in southwest Baltimore. The Academy empowers its students to become agents of transformation in their families, communities, and society. Our vision is that graduates will be well-educated, self-assured, spiritual, and committed young women who are so needed in our community, our nation, and our world.  See the complete job description.

Director of Campus Ministry, Institute of Notre Dame

The Institute of Notre Dame, founded by SSNDs in 1847 in the heart of Baltimore, offers a unique educational experience for high school girls. IND is seeking a creative and energetic campus minister to encourage and inspire high school girls to help plan and participate in school liturgies, retreats and individual and school-wide service and social justice projects. Candidate must be Catholic, service-oriented and work well with children and adolescents. The candidate will also be called upon to teach two Religion classes, and should therefore have a B.A. or M.A. in religious studies, youth ministry or a related field.

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Maria Health Care

Team Openings:

The Maria Health Care Center, a long-term care facility for the School Sisters of Notre Dame, has immediate openings for Relief RN/LPN's

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