Employment Opportunities

Damien Memorial School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Join our family where we educate and inspire young men and women through academics, athletics and the spirituality of a Catholic education. The long-standing tradition of Damien Memorial continues to guide our mission and vision of how we treat our faculty, staff, student, parents, and alumni.

Desired qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required. Teaching experience in content area and use of instructional technology; excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for developing student potential in an academic and religious-oriented learning community.

Interested candidates please send a resume to:
Br. Daniel Casey
dcasey@damien.edu

Current Employment Opportunities


Sixth Grade Teacher - posted 4/25/18

Damien Memorial School is seeking a sixth-grade teacher for the 2018-2019 school year who will teach mathematics, science, and religion (Religion teachers must be Catholic).  A successful applicant must possess the desire to be a contributing member of Damien's strong community of faith and learning. 

Please send a resume to: Br. Daniel Casey at dcasey@damien.edu


Seven and Eighth Grade Pre-Algebra Teacher - posted 4/25/18

Damien Memorial School is seeking a 7th/8th grade pre-algebra teacher for the 2018-2019 school year  A successful applicant must possess the desire to be a contributing member of Damien's strong community of faith and learning. 

Please send a resume to: Br. Daniel Casey at dcasey@damien.edu


PWH Counselor - posted 4/25/18

The PWH Scholarship is awarded to students from families who have demonstrated a genuine need for substantial financial support for their education at Damien Memorial School.  The counselor for the PWH Scholarship Program is responsible for mentoring these scholars in areas like academic success, college application, personal issues, and many other areas that help assure the ongoing growth and support of these students.  The counselors service during each school day is essential, of course, but this position also includes regular home visits as well as organization of and participation in occasional weekend and summer activities that will sometimes require hours outside the school day.  Please see the attached sheet for more information.
PWH Counselor Job Description


Academic Coach - posted 4/25/18

Status:             Full-Time
Term:              12 months

Pay:                 Depends on experience
Work Hours:    Monday – Friday, some flexibility in scheduling before, during and after-school hours

Overview: Damien Memorial School’s mission includes our role on Oahu to serve students from “all walks of life.”

The Academic Coach position offers individualized, academic support to a wide range of our students with different challenges and potential.   The coach seeks to maximize each student opportunities for success. The coach will regularly communicate with counselors and faculty to best devote services to the students who need it the most and provide those students with the appropriate accommodations and learning assistance. The programmatic goal includes to develop a program and different strategies for individualized learning and foster student independence inside the classroom.

The coach will have a primary, foundational group of (approximately 20) students known at school as “PWH Scholars” but will grow into a resource available to similar students. 

The PWH Scholarship is awarded to students from families who have demonstrated a genuine need for substantial financial support for their education.  The coach will work closely with a dedicated counselor for the PWH Scholarship Program.  The coach is responsible for coaching and mentoring the scholars academically, while the counselor is primarily responsible for the scholars’ social and emotional needs and many other areas that help assure the ongoing growth and support of these students.  The coach’s service during each school day is essential.

Responsibilities:

·       Evaluate PWH students learning styles, strengths, and differences

·       Evaluate and assist students in small groups or individually to practice study skills, work completion, accommodation use, independence skills, and technology use

·       Communication with teachers, parents, and administration for student support

·       Develop resources for teachers to support individualized learning needs

·       Develop Learner Profiles and Personal Growth Plans for student

·       Create a list of accommodations and tools for each student to succeed.

·       Meet with PWH students consistently to provide support for work completion, task management, and tool utilization.

·       Incorporate technology and other techniques to assist students and foster independence.

·       Regularly communicate with teachers, parents, and administration to support students.

Longer term goals:

·       Expand the program to include middle or high school student who would benefit from Academic Coaching and Personal Growth Plans.

·       Give Professional Development that includes: learning difference (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADD, ADHD,  etc.) identification and accommodations.

Qualifications:

  • Experience as an academic coach, classroom teacher and/or in curriculum design 
  • Bachelors degree in a related field; masters degree preferred

 

Interested candidates please send a resume to: Wes Reber Porter, President and CEO, wporter@damien.edu