To plan, organize, and implement an appropriate instructional program in a secondary learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. Work is performed under the supervision of the Director of Teaching and Learning.
This position will begin as soon as March 1st and will be posted again as a permanent position for the 18/19 school term.
Responsible for: 1 section, AP History, 3 sections US History and 1 section World History. Plan, prepare and implement lessons, plans, and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
Create a student-centered/student-driven classroom that operates on collaborative, project-based learning.
Explore, integrate, and implement technology in ways that differentiate, personalize, and democratize education.
Responsibly facilitate conversations between students and teachers about learning.
Maintain accurate, complete, and transparent records of student progress and development.
Encourage and monitor the progress of individual students by providing timely, growth-oriented feedback to students and using information to adjust teaching strategies.
Manage student behavior in the classroom by establishing a welcoming, safe classroom environment and appropriately enforcing school policies.
Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school.
Collaborate with faculty, staff, administration, parents, students, and other stakeholders.
Observe and understand students’ behavior and psyche and report suspicions of neglect, abuse, etc.
Model a commitment to lifelong learning by developing and enriching professional skills and knowledge by attending seminars, conferences, etc.
All faculty members are expected to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to the mission and vision of the school.
Faculty is required to share supervision duties and expected to attend (this list is not all-inclusive):
All-school assemblies – required
Open House – required
Liturgies – required
Freshman Welcome Reception – required
Graduation – required
Faculty/staff retreats – required
Faculty/staff meetings – required
Admissions Interview Day – as needed
Social activities – encouraged
Sporting activities – encouraged
Fine arts productions – encouraged
Other duties as assigned.
A/B.S. degree in appropriate subject or related field from an accredited institution.
Dedication to the mission and charism of Mercy High School San Francisco.
Passion for the empowerment of young women a must.
Proven experience as a teacher.
Thorough knowledge of best practices and legal guidelines relevant to education partnered with a willingness to follow the school’s policies and procedures.
Skill in working with students from diverse cultural, economic and ability backgrounds.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
Well-organized and committed.
Creative and energetic.
Knowledge of CPR
Comfort and proficiency with information technology including G-Suite and Microsoft Office Suite.
Flexibility, sensitivity, diplomacy and the outstanding interpersonal skills necessary to work collaboratively with multiple constituencies required.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as attention to detail required.
Flexible and willing to work some evenings and/or weekends
About Mercy High School
ABOUT MERCY HIGH SCHOOL SAN FRANCISCO
Mercy High School, San Francisco, educates women to pursue lives of spiritual and intellectual depth, determination, and daring action to improve our world as an inclusive, Catholic, college preparatory community enlivened by the Gospel of Jesus and the charism of the Sisters of Mercy.
We are the “Social Advocacy Based Learning” Catholic school of the San Francisco Bay Area where women graduate with fierce determination to improve their world.
For more information about Mercy High School, visit www.mercyhs.org