A Sacred Heart faculty member ensures that the spirit and life of the School reflect the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart education. They understand the school’s philosophy and participate in the Christ-centered life of the school.
Physical Science is a hands-on course that uses the metric system to focus mainly on physical properties, astronomy, forms of energy and Newton’s Laws. The faculty member should have a strong physical science background, strengthened by STEM skills and lab experiences, as well as an appreciation for ecology.
Bachelor Degree in Science preferably in Chemistry and/or Physics
Functions and duties required for this teaching position:
executes responsibilities relating to the academic program: curriculum development and implementation, classroom management, student evaluation, grade reporting and parent communication;
works with Director and colleagues to execute responsibilities relating to student life programs, co-curricular activities and student discipline;
collaborates with Academic Discipline Liaisons to ensure continuity of program within the academic discipline;
coordinates with the Counselor 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 an age appropriate curriculum which is noted on Atlas;
uses a variety of instructional resources and techniques to enhance the learning process
maintains an electronic gradebook;
provides office hours for students
integrates technology into the learning environment;
participates in Folio Collaborative;
attends liturgies, chapels, liturgical functions, retreats, faculty meetings, 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 conferences, workshops, webinars, and MOOCs) and by regular reading of educational journals and discipline-related materials;
performs other duties as assigned by Director.
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 “JUNIOR HIGH PHYSICAL SCIENCE” in all caps in the subject line.