Employment Opportunities

Current Openings


Bishop Hendricken High School seeks a School Social Worker to provide direct clinical support to students with social and emotional barriers in order to deliver Bishop Hendricken’s high expectations for development of the total person: heart, mind, soul and body.



  • Strategies and preventative interventions for students
  • Individual and/or family counseling as appropriate utilizing knowledge and principles of therapeutic relationships, personal and systemic change, and use of problem-solving skills
  • Crisis intervention including, but not limited to, referrals to outside providers, contact with parent/guardian, DCYF intervention as required by law
  • Assessment, intervention, and data collection in response to referrals from teachers, school counselors, administrators, students, and families. Identify global areas of need and develop strategies for intervention. Refer students and families to outside treatment as necessary
  • Consultation for faculty, administration, and families
  • Attend Student Support Team (SST) meetings to collaborate with the team on appropriate strategies to assist the referred students and their families
  • Advocate for students with school counseling, administration, teachers, and families
  • Serve as gatekeeper and clinical support for Bridge to Success program, including attending all re-entry meetings
  • Attend required faculty meetings
  • Prepare written reports as required
  • Assist students in identifying and solving emotional and educational barriers
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned



  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, parents/guardians, faculty, staff and the community
  • Work independently, prioritize caseload and perform duties with awareness of Catholic social teachings
  • Work with students and families of diverse backgrounds with diverse needs in an equitable and inclusive manner that bears witness to cultural proficiency and competency
  • Independently maintain appropriate confidential records
  • React professionally and objectively to unpredictable situations
  • Plan, coordinate, conduct and participate in professional development
  • Plan appropriate interventions and regularly provide support to teachers and school counselors to guide effective academic, behavioral, and social/emotional learning experiences for students.
  • Read, interpret and summarize reports (e.g., neuro/psych/ed evaluations)



  • Master’s degree in psychology, social work, mental health counseling, or a similar area of study is required
  • LICSW, LMHC preferred
  • Understanding and commitment to the teachings and mission of the Catholic Church
  • Previous experience working in a school setting is preferred
  • Experience with safety/suicide assessments, crisis intervention required
  • Strong organizational skills to balance the demands of a multi-tasking position
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • A proactive, evidence-based and solution-focused approach to meeting student needs
  • Knowledge of specialized content areas related to mental health


Email resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Mark DeCiccio ’03, Principal, at mdeciccio@hendricken.com.


Bishop Hendricken seeks an experienced, motivated music educator and band director, with a dedication to and vision for continued program growth, for the position of Instrumental Music Coordinator. The coordinator is a collaborative member of the arts department team, reporting to the Director of Arts. Ideal candidates are not only experts in the field of instrumental music but also committed to the student experience and enthusiastic about getting involved on campus and in the greater community.



  • Instruct music electives, including Introduction to Piano, Introduction to Guitar, History of Rock ‘n’ roll, and Music Technology
  • Direct and coordinate the full departmental range of Instrumental Music ensembles, which include Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Athletic Pep/Marching Band, Chamber Ensembles, Musical Pit Band, and Show Choir Pit Band
  • Seek, initiate, and implement participation of the instrumental music ensembles in out-of-school experiences appropriate to the curriculum and student interest
  • Communicate clearly with parents, families, faculty, community members, and the student body regarding instrumental music activities
  • Collaborate with Director of Arts, Admissions, Communications & Marketing, and Development to promote the success of instrumental music programming in the community
  • Coordinate and expand the private lesson program
  • Manage the instrumental music budget and purchasing in collaboration with Director of Arts
  • Maintain and advance instrumental equipment, storage, and technology
  • Hire and supervise chamber ensemble directors and professional pit musicians when applicable
  • Other duties as assigned



  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field
  • 3+ years related experience in music and/or music education
  • Highly motivated with a relentless work ethic
  • Collaborative by nature with the ability to team up with key stakeholders
  • High-energy with a positive attitude and strong interpersonal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational capacity and demonstrated ability to be self-directed and self-motivated
  • Aligned with the core values of Bishop Hendricken: rigor, balance, lifelong learning, servant leadership, and brotherhood
  • Fervent believer in their work, the work of the school, and its mission
  • Dedicated to fostering positive student relationships and the development of the total person
  • Ability to teach AP Music Theory preferred
  • Knowledge of key players within the local professional music industry preferred


Bishop Hendricken High School provides a full benefits package to eligible employees, including medical, dental, paid time off, and retirement contribution. The salary is commensurate with experience.


Qualified applicants are encouraged to furnish:

  • Current resume
  • Cover letter expressing interest and unique qualifications
  • 3 professional references

Complete applications should be emailed to Julia Paolino, Director of Arts, at julia.paolino@hendricken.com.