Mission: Our mission for our students is to promote spiritual growth; to assure intellectual growth through academic excellence; to foster a Christian social conscience; to develop a physically healthy lifestyle; and to provide a culturally enriching experience. Employment Opening: Math Teacher Application Availability: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Contact: Matt Buckley Process: Submit an application for employment at www.stpatrickhighschool.net/employment-opportunities. Email cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position Overview: This position requires subject area expertise commonly associated with secondary teaching and instruction. Directly related coursework and endorsement is required to perform problem analysis using prescribed principles, methods and concepts. The position classification performs decision analysis and makes decisions of considerable consequence, in determining how best to aid students in the learning process. The functional role of this position classification requires the application and interpretation of data, facts, procedures, and policies. This position requires frequent meetings with school administrators, teachers, and other staff to communicate information, data, and alternative problem solutions. In addition to the specific content and pedagogical skills required of a Catholic school teacher, the ideal candidate will:
Support the formation of each young person in accordance with the mission and ministry of the Catholic Church as well as collaborate with parents in the formation of their child(ren). Engage in ongoing professional development and supporting fellow faculty and staff members in facilitating faith-based youth development.
Experience teaching math courses at the junior high or high school level. Possess or be in the process of obtaining appropriate licensure from the Mississippi Department of Education. Knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church, especially as they relate to Catholic education; modeling of a lifestyle aligned with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice, including intervention strategies, effective communication, and strategies to support a diversity of student learning needs. While being Catholic is not a requirement for this position, being a practicing Christian in good standing is required as all employees are considered ministers.