Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School seeks to employ those who will continue to maintain the Christian environment and tradition of academic excellence begun in Philadelphia in 1861. In keeping with the Mercy charism of commitment to social justice, the Academy attempts to provide conditions of employment that will contribute to both the individual development of the employee and corporate growth of the institution.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy supports and is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity. It is our policy to provide equal opportunities in any term, condition or privilege of employment to all employees and applicants. No person will be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age national origin, disability or military status.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School is seeking an assistant crew coach for the 2019/20 rowing season. The current team consists of approximately 50 female rowers and coxswains of varying sweeping and sculling abilities from varsity to novice levels. Rowing experience is required and any coaching experience at the junior/high school/college level will be considered. However, the ideal candidate should have excellent interpersonal skills, possess an upbeat, positive and motivating personality, have the demonstrated ability to communicate, connect and motivate our student athletes and have the ability to work with our current coaching staff.
Practices are on weekday afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday mornings. We row out of the Hines Rowing Center on the upper Schuylkill River. In the fall season, the team competes in head and sprint races in Philadelphia and New Jersey from September until November. In the spring season, the team competes in PSRA sponsored events as well as the Stotesbury and Scholastic regattas which are held generally on Sundays on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia and/or Cooper River in New Jersey from March through late May.
Please e-mail your resume or questions to Coach Tim Hagan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Support Specialist – Catherine Learning Program
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School, an independent, all-girls Catholic college preparatory school sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, has an opening for a short-term substitute position in its Catherine Learning Program – an academic support program for students with documented learning differences in reading, writing and math, and/or attention issues, organizational difficulties, or memory processing issues.
Qualified applicants with teaching experience and a degree relevant to the implementation of academic support services are asked to submit their resume to Cindy DeCandido at email@example.com as soon as possible.