Employment Opportunities 


Director of Admissions


Bishop Noll Institute is seeking an entrepreneurial Director of Admissions who will be responsible for all activities related to the student recruitment and enrollment process. The ideal candidate will have strong written and verbal communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Demonstrated teamwork, initiative, enthusiasm, creativity, and the ability to work with young students and maintain confidentiality are essential. This is a full-time, 12-month position. Evening and weekend hours will be required at times. Prospective candidates must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Experience in admissions, recruitment, customer service, and/or sales and marketing is preferred. The candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word, and be able to fully understand and believe in the mission, goals and philosophy of Bishop Noll Institute. He or she must be a practicing Catholic who possesses a comprehensive understanding of Catholic education.

Located only 3 miles from Chicago’s city limits, BNI is a co-ed, college prep high school owned and operated by the Diocese of Gary and rated an “A” by the Indiana Dept. of Education. BNI has a powerful and compelling story to tell. For nearly 100 years as Lake County’s premier Catholic high school, Bishop Noll has helped tens of thousands young men and women grow in their faith and develop into confident young adults who are thoughtful, responsible, productive members of both the Church and society. Bishop Noll’s populations reflect the rich ethnic, religious and economic diversity of Northwest Indiana and Southeast Chicagoland. The Director of Admissions will trumpet that story of rich history and success, using conventional and new-age communication platforms and media-driven technologies.

The Director of Admissions will report directly to the President, but will work closely with the Principal, School Board, Development Office, faculty and staff to employ short- and long-term enrollment strategies to achieve specific enrollment goals. He or she will be responsible for fostering and maintaining productive and impactful relationships with prospective students and their families; with local middle schools and parishes; with local media; with community leaders; and with other community entities as a means to increase enrollment while maintaining the integrity of BNI’s admissions standards. He or she will manage BNI’s internal admissions database; will collect data measurements and analyze the data to design and implement strategies for improving enrollment totals and retention rates; and will use data-driven marketing to achieve goals.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to BNI President Paul Mullaney at pmullaney@bishopnoll.org.



 Bishop Noll is seeking the following positions for the 2018-2019 School Year:

Full Time Theater, Art, Physical Education, and English

Part Time Chemistry Teacher


Job Purpose:

Promotes Catholic Identity and nurtures the education of students by planning and tailoring courses of study; monitoring, assisting with, and correcting, academic efforts; providing a safe environment conducive to learning.


  • Model and demonstrate Catholic teachings at all school sponsored events.
  • Educates students by planning and developing course of study according to curriculum guidelines; provided by the school and state requirements.
  • Tailors course of study by developing modifications for several levels of academic ability based off of student needs.
  • Develops and presents lesson plans by using a variety of techniques, including lectures, projects, exhibits, field trips, audiovisual and library resources, computers, and the internet.
  • Monitors, assists, correct, and grades student results by preparing assignments and tests for in-school preparation and homework; conducting standardized tests in accordance with school policies d state law.
  • Maintains order in the classroom by counseling students with behavioral problems; consulting with other professionals where there appears to be evidence of learning disabilities, drug, or alcohol abuse, problems of social adjustment, or child abuse.
  • Maintains safe, secure, and healthy educational environment by establishing, following, and enforcing standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
  • Intercepts deterioration in achievement by consulting counselor when student is having academic difficulties; drawing on the school system's resources for additional academic assistance.
  • Keeps parents informed by maintaining records of academic performance, attendance, and social acclimation; reporting on all elements of student development at parent-teacher conferences, both regularly scheduled and as-needed.
  • Provide student support services by monitoring halls, study periods, lunchroom, and recess; sponsoring student organizations or activities.
  • Updates job knowledge by attending faculty meetings; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Enhances school's reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
  • Any other responsibilities as assigned by the principal


Indiana Teaching License, Classroom Management, Verbal Communication, Resolving Conflict, Presentation Skills, Self-Motivated, Motivating Others, Listening, Collaborative Teaching - K-12, Deals with Uncertainty, Objectivity, Confidentiality

Interested Candidates should submit a completed resume and cover letter to: Lorenza Pastrick,  lpastrick@bishopnoll.org, Principal



Bishop Noll Institute is looking at filling the following coaching positions:

Head Dance Coach, Head Cross Country Coach, Head Boys Track, Head Girls Track, Head Softball Coach


JOB SUMMARY: the head coach is responsible for planning, directing, and leading an education-based athletic program that seeks to develop athletes of empathy and integrity.


1. Must meet the head coaching requirements of the IHSAA.

2. Must obtain Virtus Training, background check, and coach accreditation.

3. Experience with an education-based athletic program.

4. Playing and/or coaching experience preferred.

REPORTS TO: High School Athletic Director

JOB GOALS: To accept responsibility of the program and work with the students/athletes in the sport assigned and to provide life lessons that will positively impact the physical, social, and emotional well-being of all who are involved.

TRAITS OF AN EFFECTIVE COACH: Demonstrates a high degree of empathy, positivity, trust, responsibility, discipline, and flexibility. Is a developer, teacher, achiever, and problem solver.


  1. Accept and follow the co-curricular philosophy of the school.
  2. Follows the rules and regulations of the school, the conference, and the IHSAA.
  3. Attend the rules interpretation meeting held by the IHSAA.
  4. Maintain a membership in the appropriate coaches association and participate so that our school has representation.
  5. Attend clinics, seminars, and in-service programs in order to improve coaching skills and to stay current with new trends in coaching, training, conditioning, and safety procedures.
  6. Attend school, conference and section meetings.



Part-Time Maintenance Team Member


Bishop Noll Institute in Hammond is looking to hire a part-time maintenance worker (approx. 25 hours a week) to start July 2, 2018. Candidate must be a team player and a self-starter committed to keeping our school facilities clean, functional and welcoming for our students and guests. Duties include, but are not limited to, cleaning, regular maintenance, event set-up, lifting and moving of objects and general “handy” duties. The ideal candidate would be able to accomplish minor repair work and have knowledge of electrical, HVAC and plumbing. Interested candidates are asked to email their resume and any other pertinent information to Rich Radziwiecki at rradziwiecki@bishopnoll.org.