Located on the border of Morris and Somerset counties, Gill St. Bernard's was founded in 1900. The school is situated on a 208 acre campus that includes more than 20 buildings, a turf field, tennis courts, a working farm, as well as a two-acre garden and orchard which offer our students college level facilities.
 
At Gill, we seek to bring out the best in all of our students and foster a love of learning in academics, the arts and athletics. Our teachers are at the center of all we do. Their knowledge and enthusiasm for their subject matter inspires our students to seek challenge and discover their own passions, both inside and outside of the classroom.
 
The GSB community is made up of educators who share a passion for teaching and working with children of all ages. Guided by the school's mission, we prepare our students for success not only in college, but in keeping with the goal of achieving a meaningful life. A sense of balance permeates all that we do here.
 
At GSB, we believe in and embrace lifelong learning. Regular professional development is available and fosters a growth mindset among our faculty. Financial assistance is available for teachers pursuing advanced degrees.

Benefits to All Full-Time Employees

· Medical and Prescription Drug Insurance
· Dental Insurance
· Vision Plan
· Retirement Plan
· Group Life Insurance with AD&D Coverage
· Supplemental Employee-Paid Life Insurance
· Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
· Medical/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
· Financial Support for Advanced Degrees
· Tuition Remission for Children of Employees
The campus is conveniently located just north of Interstate 287 and Route 206 in Gladstone, NJ. It is easily accessible from Morristown, Summit and Bridgewater. The school offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
 
Gill St. Bernard's School prohibits discrimination against and harassment of any employee or any applicant for employment because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. All personnel who are responsible for hiring and promoting employees and for the development and implementation of the School's programs or activities are charged to support this effort and to respond promptly and appropriately to any concerns that are brought to their attention.

Current Openings

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  • Director of Campus Safety and Emergency Management

    The Director of Campus Safety and Emergency Management is responsible for the development, implementation and management of campus safety and security programs and services including but not limited to security, health and safety, fire safety, emergency management, parking management, traffic control, student transportation, campus and building access control as well as compliance with all state and federal laws, rules and regulations related to campus safety.
     
    Primary Responsibilities include:
    • Leadership and management of the Campus Safety and Emergency Management Team, including the nursing staff and transportation staff.
    • Development of excellent working relationships with students, faculty, staff and visitors.
    • Development, implementation, updates and training of comprehensive public safety programs, policies and procedures.
    • Development of excellent relationships with local and state law enforcement and fire safety officials
    • Coordination of all fire, lockdown, evacuation and safety drills
    Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of ten years’ experience in safety, security or law enforcement; a minimum of five years in a supervisory capacity.
     
    Knowledge, skills, and abilities needed include:
    • Thorough knowledge of law enforcement and emergency management protocols and procedures.
    • Leadership and management skills.
    • Interpersonal, problem solving, organizational and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work with local and school leadership.
    • Ability to handle crisis situations.
    • Mature, responsible, ethical.
    • Proficiency with a computer
    • Ability to speak to individuals and groups.
    • EMT and/or CPR/First Aid certifications.
    • Good general physical condition and mobility. Ability to physically restrain people.
    • Ability to carry objects up to 50 pounds.
    Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three references to Josie Muench, Director of Humans Resources at jmuench@gsbschool.org.
  • Associate Director of College Guidance

    Gill St. Bernard’s School is seeking an individual to join our community as an Associate Director of College Guidance.

    Position Details for Associate Director of College Guidance: The Associate Director of College Guidance will join a college counseling staff that includes the Director of College Guidance, an Associate Director of College Guidance and an Administrative Assistant. This position reports to the Director of College Guidance.

    Primary Responsibilities for Associate Director of College Guidance:
    • Works collaboratively as a member of a team, but can also work independently on tasks
    • Strong presentation skills on a variety of topics within admission and financial aid
    • Counsels juniors, seniors, and their parents/guardians throughout the college search and application processes. Also advises students on course selection
    • Understands the individual student, can write a personalized letter of recommendation and organizes other support material for the college applications
    • Represents Gill St. Bernard’s School on a national level by attending conferences, meeting with college admission representatives, and visiting college campuses throughout the year
    • Understands how to guide diverse families and is competent in multiculturalism, inclusion, equity, and social justice
    Qualifications for Associate Director of College Guidance:
    • B.A. or more advanced degree in related field(s)
    • Five or more years working in college admissions
    • Excellent communication skills both written and spoken
    • A keen attention to detail and ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks independently during high-pressure periods
    • Ability to listen and counsel students and parents from diverse backgrounds
    • Experience working with young people, ideally in a school setting
    • Passion and skill to contribute positively to an educational environment that supports a lifelong love of learning, self-esteem, and respect for the community and the world in which we live
    Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three references to Kerri Small, Director of College Guidance at ksmall@gsbschool.org.
  • Communications Associate/Designer

    The Communications Associate/Designer will be responsible for creating value in all school communications by supporting the development of communications that promote greater awareness and affinity among key stakeholders of GSB. The role will be split with a focus on graphic design and general, short-lead news coverage/writing.

    • Create beautiful and brand compliant graphics and creative pieces including brochures, programs, invitations, web banners, social media, academic and admission-based materials and print advertisements.
       
    • Create and manage HTML email templates for marketing purposes.
       
    • Design weekly GSB HTML newsletter template using internal stories as well as weekly submissions from faculty and staff.
       
    • Create short-lead copy/stories of all types about students/athletes, faculty, staff and alumni. The ability to develop high-quality content under deadline is essential for this position—writing, researching and interviewing.
       
    • Provide daily coverage of on-campus events and photo opportunities.
       
    • Work closely with Athletics Department Liaison to ensure all athletic news within school publications and online is comprehensive and timely; work with Athletics Department Liaison to coordinate athletics photographer.
       
    • Help proofread all print and online school communications and publications.
       
    • Support the production management of all publications and marketing materials developed by the Communications Department.
       
    • Support the organization of photo shoots, helping to coordinate schedules with students, faculty, administrators and alumni.
    Qualifications
    • B.A. degree in graphic design.
       
    • High level of proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, etc.)
       
    • Excellent writing, editing, proofing and project management skills are necessary; experience in sports writing a plus.
       
    • Proficiency in professional grade photography and editing.
       
    • Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in a professional communications setting. Experience in a non-profit, independent or academic setting is a plus.
       
    • High comfort level and technical proficiency with print, web and social media platforms.
       
    • Ability to organize multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to details and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities
       
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
       
    • Enthusiastic and eager to be part of a close, hard-working team
    Please email or send cover letter, resume and a list of references to: Allyson Daly, Director of Communications and Marketing, at adaly@gsbschool.org.
  • Middle School Math Long Term Sub Position

    Beginning in December, Gill St. Bernard's is seeking a Middle School Math Teacher to teach pre-algebra and algebra to sixth and seventh graders. The position is full-time, including duties typically associated with a middle school division. In addition to math proficiency, a strong desire to teach middle school students is a must. Gill St. Bernard'sa PS3-12 grade coeducational day schoolis a highly collaborative environment that values teamwork and integration.
     
    Please send a cover letter and resume to Kyle Armstrong, Director of the Middle School at karmstrong@gsbschool.org. No phone calls please.
  • Assistant Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach

    Gill St. Bernard’s School, an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory day school for students Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, in Gladstone, New Jersey, is searching for an Assistant Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach. Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three references to Tim Davis, Athletic Director, at tdavis@gsbschool.org.
  • Assistant Girls Varsity Basketball Coach

    Gill St. Bernard’s School, an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory day school for students Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, in Gladstone, New Jersey, is searching for an Assistant Girls Varsity Basketball Coach. Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three references to Tim Davis, Athletic Director, at tdavis@gsbschool.org.
  • Assistant Fencing Coach

    Gill St. Bernard’s School, an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory day school for students Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, in Gladstone, New Jersey, is searching for an Assistant Fencing Coach. Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three references to Tim Davis, Athletic Director, at tdavis@gsbschool.org.

Interested in Working at GSB?

Unless indicated otherwise, please direct all inquiries (including a cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three references) to Josie Muench, Director of Human Resources, via email to jmuench@gsbschool.org.
Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a vigorous, meaningful and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.