Early Childhood, English/Language Arts, History/Social Studies
4 Year Degree
Intermediate School Humanities Teacher – Grade 4
Teacher Employee Type: Full-time
Minimum Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree
Minimum Years of Teaching Experience: 1 -2 Years
Starting Salary: Based on years of experience and education
Start Date: August 2018; exact date TBA
Number of openings: 1
Qualifications: • Demonstrated expertise in teaching in the elementary or middle school classroom, teaching humanities, and commitment to ongoing professional growth. • Must possess strong teaching ability and a demonstrated passion for English / Language Arts • Experience teaching intermediate and middle school-age students • Ability to work as a contributing team member in a collaborative discipline and educational environment. • Proficiency with use of computer technology, office and audio-visual equipment as they pertain to the essential functions of this position. • Strong interpersonal skills to include being cooperative and collegial and able to manage students and communicate in a courteous and effective manner. • Ability to organize and manage a classroom environment to safely and effectively accomplish program goals. • Ability to provide a stimulating and developmentally appropriate educational environment in a way that is in accordance with the Goals and Criteria of a Sacred Heart education and the philosophy that implements it.
Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to Tim Cassel, Director of Teaching, Learning, and Educational Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the phrase “INTERMEDIATE HUMANITIES TEACHER” in all caps in the subject line.
JOB DESCRIPTION OF INTERMEDIATE TEACHER: The faculty member is directly accountable to the Director of the Intermediate School. She/he works with the Director to ensure that the spirit and life of the School reflect the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart education.
understands the school’s philosophy and participates in the Christ-centered life of the school;
agrees to fulfill the terms of the employment agreement;
works with the Director to execute responsibilities relating to the academic program: curriculum development and implementation, classroom management, student evaluation, grade reporting and parent communication;
updates school portal daily and weekly;
assists in all duties: office duty, kitchen duty, morning duty, bus duty, lunch duty, snack duty and dismissal duty;
works with the Director or Designee to execute responsibilities relating to student life programs, co-curricular activities, student discipline and plant management;
works with Academic Department Chairs and Liaisons to ensure continuity of program within the academic discipline;
works with the Counselors to aid students in achieving their maximum development and growth, both within and beyond the classroom, achieved through observation of students’ behavior and needs, consultation with the Counselors and referrals, when indicated;
designs age appropriate curriculum which s(he) maintains curriculum map online;
integrates technology into the learning environment and implements Carrollton’s 1:1 laptop program;
participates in Folio Collaborative;
attends the following: liturgies, chapels, liturgical functions, retreats, faculty, discipline and in-service meetings, assemblies, parent assemblies, conferences and other school functions, as requested;
maintains professional currency by yearly participation in the professional development program (which includes but is not limited to attending or participating in conferences, workshops, webinars, and MOOCs) and by regular reading of educational journals and discipline-related materials;
performs other duties as assigned by one’s immediate supervisor.