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Full-time 6th Grade Language Arts and Jr. High Religion Teacher

Sacred Heart School in Saratoga is looking for a full-time 6th Grade Language Arts and Middle School Religion Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. California Credential and teaching experience preferred. The candidate should be Catholic and passionate about Catholic education, have strong organizational, writing and communication skills, collaborate effectively, and be skilled with using technology to enhance learning. Responsibilities will include teaching 6th-8th Religion, 6th grade Language Arts, and lead additional assignments as assigned by the Principal.

Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter and resume to: Thomas M. Pulchny, Principal
, Sacred Heart School –  Email: tpulchny@dsj.org

Position Description:

Under the direction of a site principal and vice principal, plan, implement, monitor, and assess a classroom instructional program for Middle School Social Studies.

REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s degree, including courses needed to meet credential requirements and student teaching classroom experience. Ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience teaching Social Studies.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (may include, but not limited to the following)

A Middle School Social Studies Teacher is responsible for the development, delivery, implementation, and monitoring of Social Studies curriculum, initiatives, and educational opportunities. He/she will collaborate with administration, teachers, and the community to organize and promote interdisciplinary activities that are aligned with the California Common Core State Standards -with the goals of our learning community.

  • Plan, implement, monitor, and assess a program, which is consistent with Diocesan and local site goals, philosophies and specific objectives based on assessment of student needs.
  • Establish and maintain standards of behavior needed to achieve a productive learning environment in the classroom.
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration to assess and address student and professional needs.
  • Participate in curricular and extra-curricular school programs, assessment and development activities, student supervision, and meetings.
  • Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student progress within the instructional program.
  • Maintain a positive and professional image consistent with the mission and values of St. Joseph, Mountain View School and the Diocese of San Jose.
  • Provide a diverse learning environment for all learners and manage accommodations for students when needed.
  • Perform related duties as assigned.

How to Apply:

Applications may be submitted by submitting resume and cover letter to Anne Nowell: anowell@dsj.org

Teacher Position Description:

St. Martin of Tours School has a middle school, full-time, teaching position for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must be dedicated to providing students an excellent 21st Century Education where students learn foundational skills as well as how to gather, evaluate and apply information in their everyday lives.  We are looking for an energetic, passionate, and committed staff member to join our team.  Interested applicants should also want to truly make a difference in the lives of students and uphold the mission of our school and be part of this rewarding ministry of Catholic Education in the Diocese of San Jose.

 Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Be supportive of a faith-filled Catholic environment in both words and actions.
    Assist with instruction for students with diverse learning needs, and have a willingness to implement the necessary accommodations in order to help them be successful, including accelerated learners.
    • Possess knowledge of the California curriculum and content standards, as well as have demonstrable knowledge of CA Common Core Standards.
    • Be proficient in integrating technology into their curriculum regularly to enhance student learning, and using data to drive instructional effectiveness.
    • Cover assigned staff duties, including recess and lunch, as well as other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the school administration.
    • Assist with standardized test administration and Diocesan assessments under the direction of the school administration.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required;
  • A valid CA teaching credential is required; however, if a candidate does not presently have a valid CA teaching credential, they will be required to obtain one within a time period prescribed by the Diocese of San Jose;
  • Experience and high level of comfort with integrating technology in the classroom.
  • Able to read, write, and speak fluent English
  • Be supportive of a faith filled Catholic environment
  • Experience in working with elementary school children (preferred), especially having an understanding of developmental stages; and
  • Have a strong work ethic and a passion for their chosen vocation in education

How to Apply:

Please e-mail (1) cover letter and (2) resume to:  Mrs. Debby Rodriguez, Principal, St. Martin of Tours School, at dgisirodriguez@dsj.org

Please note: Candidates who are invited to interview will be contacted to arrange interview times. 

Saint Leo the Great Catholic School, a ministry of Saint Leo the Great Catholic Parish, is a Pre-K through 8th grade school dedicated to providing a nurturing and safe environment that educates the whole child: spiritually, academically, physically, and emotionally. We provide a community that strengthens Catholic Identity through prayer, worship, and service to all. We offer an academically rigorous curriculum, promoting self-motivated learning, and preparing students for the challenges of the 21st Century.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate and/or have the ability to:

  • Be supportive of a faith filled Catholic environment
  • Establish and maintain an orderly and positive classroom environment
  • Collaborate with faculty/staff and administration regarding planning and assessment
  • Provide a diverse learning environment for all learners
  • Knowledge of the California curriculum and content standards, including CA Common Core
  • Be knowledgeable of the CA Common Core Math Standards
  • Be knowledgeable of the California History Standards
  • Experienced in developing and implementing project-based learning curriculum at the junior high level
  • Excellent technology skills and proficiency in integrating technology into curriculum regularly to enhance student learning
  • Integrates technology into the academic curriculum routinely, to enhance instruction, motivate students and grow their critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity skills
  • Strong classroom management skills for students from grades 6th–8th.
  • Covers assigned staff duties, including recess and lunch, as well as other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the school administration.
  • Enjoys working with students with a range of abilities
  • Covers 8th grade homeroom duties

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required
  • A valid CA teaching credential is required.
  • At least 5 years of experience working with Middle School students, especially having an understanding of their developmental stages
  • Have a strong work ethic and a passion for Math and History

How to apply:

Please e-mail (1) cover letter and (2) resume to: Meredith Somavia, Vice Principal, at msomavia@dsj.org. and/or Principal Matt Komar at mkomar@dsj.org

Position Description:
Under the direction of a site principal and vice principal, plan, implement, monitor, and assess a classroom instructional program for Language Arts (LA)
REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor’s degree, including courses needed to meet credential requirements and student teaching classroom experience. Ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience teaching Language Arts.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (may include, but not limited to the following)
A LA Teacher is responsible for the development, delivery, implementation, and monitoring of LA curriculum, initiatives, and educational opportunities. He/she will collaborate with administration, teachers, and the community to organize and promote interdisciplinary activities that are aligned with the California Common Core State Standards -with the goals of our learning community.
• Plan, implement, monitor, and assess a program, which is consistent with Diocesan and local site goals, philosophies and specific objectives based on assessment of student needs.
• Establish and maintain standards of behavior needed to achieve a productive learning environment in the classroom.
• Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration to assess and address student and professional needs.
• Participate in curricular and extra-curricular school programs, assessment and development activities, student supervision, and meetings.
• Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student progress within the instructional program.
• Provide a diverse learning environment for all learners and manage accommodations for students when needed.
• Perform related duties as assigned.
Please send your resumes to jobs@dsj.org

St. Mary of  the Immaculate Conception, a Drexel School, has an opening for a 7th/8th Language Arts/Religion Teacher  for the 2018-2019 school year.  This position is full-time and are benefits eligible.

Candidates must be dedicated to providing students an excellent 21st Century Education where students learn foundational skills as well as how to gather, evaluate and apply information in their everyday lives.  We are looking for energetic, passionate, and committed staff members to join our team.  Interested applicants should also want to truly make a difference in the lives of students and uphold the mission of our school and be part of this rewarding ministry of Catholic Education in the Diocese of San Jose.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Be supportive of a faith-filled Catholic environment in both words and actions, including working with the parish collaboratively on sacramental preparation.
    • Assist with instruction for students with diverse learning needs, and have a willingness to implement the necessary accommodations in order to help them be successful, including accelerated learners.
    • Possess knowledge of the California curriculum and content standards, as well as have demonstrable knowledge of Common Core Standards (including CA Common Core) and experience with pacing guides.
    • Have a genuine openness to grow and adapt effectively to constructive criticism in a collaborative, fast paced environment.
    • Be proficient in integrating technology into their curriculum regularly to enhance student learning, including the use of school information systems (SIS) to engage parent stakeholders and using relevant data to drive instructional effectiveness.
    • Cover assigned staff duties, including recess and lunch, as well as other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the school administration.
    • Assist with standardized test administration and Diocesan assessments under the direction of the school administration.
    • Maintain absolute confidentiality over student and institutional information.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required, and a masters is preferred;
  • A valid CA teaching credential is required; however, if a candidate does not presently have a valid CA teaching credential, they will be required to obtain one within a time period prescribed by the Diocese of San Jose;
  • Experience and high level of comfort with integrating technology in the classroom.
  • Able to read, write, and speak fluent English
  • Be supportive of a faith filled Catholic environment
  • Experience in working with elementary school children (preferred), especially having an understanding of developmental stages; and
  • Have a strong work ethic and a passion for their chosen career vocation in education

St. Mary School is a part of the Drexel School System, a system dedicated to innovating Catholic education through Blended Learning and the station rotation model for instruction. Candidates applying for the  teaching position at St. Mary School must be willing to do the following:

  • Successfully complete the Academy of Blended Learning program at Santa Clara University within three years
  • Use data to form instructional groups and drive instruction
  • Use Blended Learning for math and language arts instruction daily
  • Use instructional strategies to foster collaboration amongst students
  • Provide instruction in the following areas: religion, math, English Language Arts, social studies, and science
  • Effectively collaborate with St. Mary School faculty members as well as faculty from other Drexel schools

How to Apply:

Please e-mail (1) cover letter and (2) resume to:  Mr. James Johnston, Principal, St. Mary School at:  jjohnston@stmaryslg.org

Please note: Candidates who are invited to interview will be contacted to arrange interview times.

Sacred Heart School is seeking a full-time Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year and is now accepting resumes for this position. Candidates must be supportive of Catholic education and our school’s core values of Faith, Service, and Academic Excellence. A California credential and teaching experience is preferred. Responsibilities will include teaching Religion, Language Arts, Social Studies, and possible extra-curricular assignments. If you are interested in the position or more information, please email or send cover letter and resume to:

Thomas M. Pulchny, Principal Email: tpulchny@dsj.org
Website: school.sacredheartsaratoga.org

Holy Spirit School in San Jose is presently looking for a full-time Middle School Language Arts Teacher who is also qualified to teach one period of Religion/Homeroom.

Holy Spirit School is a PK-8 Drexel School, providing data-driven instruction in a blended learning environment. The school is guided through our belief and support in our mission statement, “Faith. Knowledge. Community.” This triad structures our approach to both the academic and emotional well-being of our students.

Position Description:

Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Courses:

  • Literature, Grammar, and Writing
  • Religion

Duties:

  • Align lessons with the Drexel Model, utilizing blended learning and station rotation to drive instruction
  • Differentiate curriculum, utilizing STAR testing scores and additional data points to create appropriate groupings
  • Maintain up-to-date records and communicate areas of need in a timely fashion to students and parents
  • Align classroom management and behavior expectations with school policy and structure
  • Collaborate positively with administration and colleagues
  • Participate in all required school activities
  • Participate in the Academy of Blended Learning program at Santa Clara University
  • Participate in catechist certification hours

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university – English and Language Arts degree preferred

  • Current teaching credential or registration in a credential program within first year employed

Apply: Qualified applicants should email letters of introduction and resumes to Robert Graves at:  rgraves@dsj.org. 

St. Nicholas School is presently looking for a full-time Junior High Science Teacher. St. Nicholas School is a TK- 8th grade Diocesan school located in Los Altos Hills, California. Our science program is recognized as a area of strength in our school with many of our students entering honors level science courses in high school.  We are looking for a person who is passionate about science, who will continue to cultivate a growth mindset culture and who understands how to connect to our junior high students so they can be fully engaged in the subject.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate:

  • Partnership in developing a faith-filled Catholic environment.
  • Experience in creating instruction supporting the new NGSS Science Standards.
  • Collaborate with other faculty members in developing units using the California Common Core Standards.
  • Develops and implements project-based, hands-on learning experiences at the junior high level.
  • Experience integrating technology into the academic curriculum routinely.
  • Motivates students and seeks to foster their critical thinking skills.
  • Avid communicator to their students, parent community and faculty members.
  • Demonstrates strong classroom management skills for students from grades 5th– 8th grade.
  • Enjoys working with students with a range of abilities.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • A valid CA teaching credential is required.
  • At least 5 years of experience working with Jr. High students, especially having an understanding of their developmental stages, and designing lessons using hands-on activities in Science.
  • Have a strong work ethic and a passion for exploring Science.

This position includes staff duties, including recess and lunch, as well as other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the school administration.

How to Apply:

Please e-mail (1) cover letter and (2) resume to Jan Popolizio: jpopolizio@dsj.org

Please note: Candidates who are invited to interview will be contacted to arrange interview times. 

St. Patrick School in San Jose is presently looking for a full-time 8th Grade Homeroom Teacher to teach 7th and 8th Grade Literature & Language Arts and 8th Grade Religion.

Saint Patrick School is sponsored by the Daughters of Charity, and provides a strong academic, spiritual and moral foundation in a safe and nurturing environment within a community that celebrates its diversity.  In partnership with our families, we are transforming students into life-long learners, inspiring service to others and forming compassionate and effective leaders. Since 2013 we have been part of the St. Katharine Drexel System of schools, providing data-driven instruction through the use of technology and the station-rotation model of blended learning.

Position Description:  

Homeroom Teacher for 8th Grade

Teach: 7th & 8th Grade Literature & Language Arts, and 8th Grade Religion

  • Establish and maintain orderly and positive classroom environment
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration regarding planning and assessment
  • Participate in co-curricular activities and programs
  • Start the process to obtain the Certificate on Blended Learning from Santa Clara University at the Academy of Blended Learning (to be completed during the first 2 years of teaching at our school and at our cost)
  • Plan and implement lessons, activities and assessments according to the Drexel Model – Station-rotation model of Blended Learning, Project-Base Learning, Service Learning
  • Keep appropriate records
  • Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student progress through parent conferences and through the use of the available school information systems.
  • Perform related duties as assigned (i.e., assisting 8th Grade students and their parents to prepare and apply for High School, write letters of recommendation for High School applicants, etc.)

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university; in a related field preferred (Literature & Language Arts Single Subject).

  • Current teaching credential
  • Experience working with Jr. High students
  • Support Catholic education

Possible Co-curricular Activities:

  • Guidance & Support to Student Council
  • Catechesis for Confirmation candidates

How to Apply:

Qualified applicants can e-mail letters of introduction and resumes to Olga Islas, Principal, at oislas@dsj.org 

Elementary Teachers

Saint Lawrence Elementary and Middle School seeks to hire elementary and middle school teachers for the 2018 Summer School Program. The Teacher is to plan, initiate, and implement student academic achievement in a summer school setting. The program seeks to:
● engage students academically and creatively through a variety of learning
activities;
● strengthen academic fundamentals by sharpening skills and expanding
problem solving capabilities in a challenging environment; and
● encourage creative thinking and actions via stimulating grade appropriate
courses focused on exploration and discovery.
Primary Duties:
Under the direct supervision of the Saint Lawrence Elementary and Middle School
Administrative Team, Teachers are responsible for the planning and implementation of the instructional, sports, and enrichment programs, supervision/oversight, and safety of all school-aged children participating in the program. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, lesson planning, sports, and enrichment activities, daily student attendance, maintaining a safe and healthy learning environment, supervision of daily snack activity, and effective communication with parents and students. The Teacher will support students to enter their new school year with the requisite skills to be successful in their regular school program.
Qualifications
Teachers will have the following abilities and/or possess the following knowledge
and/or skills:
• California State Standards
• Balanced literacy
• Lesson planning and implementation
• Classroom management
• Academic Tutoring
• Safety / Risk Management in a child-centered program
• College degree and valid teaching credential
• Experience working with children in a variety of school settings.
• Must be willing to be fingerprinted and have a background check.
• Prefer CPR and/or First Aid training.
Job Responsibilities:
• Lesson planning for academic, sports, enrichment, and related learning activities
• Available to work assigned hours
• Teach, direct, and supervise school-aged children
• Supervise daily attendance
• Involve children in all program activities
• Responsible for the health, safety, and well being of the children at all times
• Must be an active participant and a positive role model to children
• Exhibit professional behavior to children, staff, parents/guardians,
personnel, and the general public
• Exemplify the personal and spiritual qualities
• Report to the Principal and Vice Principal any behavioral concerns and/or
incidents involving the children in the program; resolve conflicts in sensitive and professional manner
• Attend all staff meetings and professional development trainings
• Responsible for effective program maintenance, including equipment, supplies, and cleanliness of program areas
• Carry out all policies and procedures as assigned
• Complete other duties as assigned

Qualified applicants can e-mail letters of introduction and resumes to Martin Procaccio, Principal, at mprocaccio@dsj.org

The Diocese of San Jose has openings for full-time teaching positions in Kindergarten to Junior High for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must be dedicated to providing students an excellent 21st Century Education where students learn foundational skills as well as how to gather, evaluate and apply information in their everyday lives.  We are looking for energetic, passionate, and committed staff member to join our team.  Interested applicants should also want to truly make a difference in the lives of students and uphold the mission of our school and be part of this rewarding ministry of Catholic Education in the Diocese of San Jose.

 Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Be supportive of a faith-filled Catholic environment in both words and actions.
    Assist with instruction for students with diverse learning needs, and have a willingness to implement the necessary accommodations in order to help them be successful, including accelerated learners.
    • Possess knowledge of the California curriculum and content standards, as well as have demonstrable knowledge of CA Common Core Standards.
    • Be proficient in integrating technology into their curriculum regularly to enhance student learning, and using data to drive instructional effectiveness.
    • Cover assigned staff duties, including recess and lunch, as well as other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the school administration.
    • Assist with standardized test administration and Diocesan assessments under the direction of the school administration.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required;
  • A valid CA teaching credential is required; however, if a candidate does not presently have a valid CA teaching credential, they will be required to obtain one within a time period prescribed by the Diocese of San Jose;
  • Experience and high level of comfort with integrating technology in the classroom.
  • Able to read, write, and speak fluent English
  • Be supportive of a faith filled Catholic environment
  • Experience in working with elementary school children (preferred), especially having an understanding of developmental stages; and
  • Have a strong work ethic and a passion for their chosen career vocation in education

How to Apply:

Please e-mail (1) cover letter and (2) resume to:  jobs@dsj.org.

Please note: Candidates who are invited to interview will be contacted to arrange interview times.

Saint Patrick School is sponsored by the Daughters of Charity, and provides a strong academic, spiritual and moral foundation in a safe and nurturing environment within a community that celebrates its diversity.  In partnership with our families, we are transforming students into life-long learners, inspiring service to others and forming compassionate and effective leaders. Since 2013 we have been part of the St. Katharine Drexel System of schools, providing data-driven instruction through the use of technology and the station-rotation model of blended learning.

Position Description:

Teach: 3rd Grade curriculum

  • Establish and maintain orderly and positive classroom environment
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration regarding planning and assessment
  • Participate in co-curricular activities and programs
  • Start the process to obtain the Certificate on Blended Learning from Santa Clara University at the Academy of Blended Learning (to be completed during the first 2 years of teaching at our school and at our cost)
  • Plan and implement lessons, activities and assessments according to the Drexel Blended Learning Model
  • Keep appropriate records
  • Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student progress through parent conferences and through the use of the available school information systems.
  • Perform related duties as assigned

* Some additional duties may be Teaching 4th Grade Religion instead of 3rd Grade Social Studies.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university; in a related field preferred.

  • Current teaching credential
  • Experience working with Elementary students
  • Support Catholic education

How to Apply:

Qualified applicants can e-mail letters of introduction and resumes to Olga Islas, Principal, at oislas@dsj.org 

St. Lucy School is presently looking for a full-time Second Grade Teacher.

St. Lucy School is a Pre K- 8th grade parish school located in Campbell, California. “We are an innovative Catholic school within a thriving parish community. St. Lucy School provides a strong academic, spiritual and moral foundation in a safe and nurturing environment. Our students are engaged learners who benefit from a supportive community of dedicated teachers, parents, grandparents, and alumni who partner in support of their growth.” In partnership with the parents, St. Lucy School provides a quality education that fosters a welcoming community, faith and service and academic excellence.
Position Description: Second Grade Teacher
● Establish and maintain orderly and positive classroom environment and discipline
● Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration regarding planning and assessment
● Develops lesson plans which meet established school and Common Core Standards
● Participate in co-curricular activities and programs
● Plan and implement lessons, activities and assessments
● Adapts curriculum to fit student needs while maintaining overall class progress
● Use technology to facilitate learning
● Keep appropriate records
● Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student
progress through parent conferences and through the use of the available school
information systems.
● Familiar and able to teach students about the Catholic faith, sacraments and the Mass.
Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university.
● Current teaching credential
● Experience working with Gr. 1-3 students
● Catholic
● Creative and energetic
How to Apply :
Qualified applicants can e-mail letters of introduction and resumes to Sue Grover, Principal, at sgrover@dsj.org 

Special Program Teachers  – Art, Music, Drama, PE, Robotics, Reading Resource

Job Description

St. John the Baptist School is hiring a part-time athletic director for the 2018-2019 school year. Please see below for a general outline of standards and competencies for this position.

The Athletic Director (AD) is supervised by and accountable to the Principal. The AD supports the Principal in adhering to the philosophy of St. John the Baptist School and in stressing the importance of good sportsmanship, academic responsibility, and Christian behavior at all times.

The AD has the following responsibilities:

  1. Communicate with the Principal regarding all St. John the Baptist School activities, issues, and concerns.
  2. Model and promote good sportsmanship.
  3. Register all teams and coaches at appropriate meetings, notify appropriate parties of meeting times and locations, and attend all scheduling meetings for all sports.
  4. Assist in recruiting coaches for all sports and be sure all coaches have gone through the Diocesan Safe Environment Training.
  5. Support and follow all school policies and procedures through the administration of the athletic program.
  6. Provide use of school/parish facilities for sport activities when possible.

Other Information

Sports Schedule:

  • Volleyball (girls 5th-8th grades): October-November (practices begin in September but do not need to be attended by AD, just scheduled and gym access arranged)
  • Basketball (girls 5th-8th, boys 5th-8th): Practices begin in late November/early December; There are coaches signed up for all 8 teams (parent/family volunteers);
  • Junior Knights: (girls/boys 1st-4th grades) March through May intermural basketball program
  • Track and Field: practices March through May; track meet in late April/early May

For basketball season, home games are played on Tuesdays through Fridays.  Set-up begins at 3:00 PM, games begin at 3:45 or 4:00 PM and can go until 7:00 if there are three games.  Usually, there will be a maximum of two games per day.  The same is true for Junior Knights basketball games.

Time Commitment:

This varies.  During basketball season from January to March, there are 8 teams playing.  If all play home games in one week, this could mean 12 to 14 hours.  There will also be one or two tournaments hosted by the school, which are either Thursday or Friday through Sunday and would involve a heavy time commitment.  The weekly time commitment is less before basketball starts and after it ends.

Meetings:

Once a month, the Athletic Director must attend an Athletic Director meeting for the league (DSJCAL — Diocese of San Jose Central Athletic League).  Before the beginning of basketball season, the AD will also call a coaches meeting to review the philosophy and expectations of the school and diocesan sports program. The AD will meet with the Principal on a regular basis as well.

Home game responsibilities of Athletic Director:

  • Make sure that everything is set up — chairs, scoreboard running correctly, etc.
  • Be present to represent school with referees, parents, players, coaches
  • Resolve any scoring disputes according to rules/regulations
  • Make sure games run smoothly and on time
  • Overseeing putting things away after the game

Pay:  The rate of pay will be 18.00 an hour for an average of 10 hours per week.

How to Apply

Applications may be submitted by submitting resume and cover letter to Chris Brazil: cbrazil@dsj.org

Position Description:

Under the direction of a site principal and vice principal, plan, implement, monitor, and assess a classroom instructional program for Arts.

REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s degree, including courses needed to meet credential requirements and student teaching classroom experience. Ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience teaching Art.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (may include, but not limited to the following)

An Art Teacher is responsible for the development, delivery, implementation, and monitoring of Art curriculum, initiatives, and educational opportunities. He/she will collaborate with administration, teachers, and the community to organize and promote interdisciplinary activities that are aligned with the California Common Core State Standards -with the goals of our learning community.

  • Plan, implement, monitor, and assess a program, which is consistent with Diocesan and local site goals, philosophies and specific objectives based on assessment of student needs.
  • Establish and maintain standards of behavior needed to achieve a productive learning environment in the classroom.
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration to assess and address student and professional needs.
  • Administrate Artsonia (online art gallery) for students in grades K – 8
  • Participate in curricular and extra-curricular school programs, assessment and development activities, student supervision, and meetings.
  • Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student progress within the instructional program.
  • Maintain a positive and professional image consistent with the mission and values of Saint Simon School and the Diocese of San Jose.
  • Provide a diverse learning environment for all learners and manage accommodations for students when needed.
  • Perform related duties as assigned.

How to Apply

Applications may be submitted by submitting resume and cover letter to Ryan Roth e-mail: rroth@dsj.org

PE Position Description:

St. Martin of Tours School has a PE, full-time, teaching position for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates must be dedicated to providing students an excellent 21st Century Education where students learn foundational skills as well as how to gather, evaluate and apply information in their everyday lives.  We are looking for an energetic, passionate, and committed staff member to join our team.  Interested applicants should also want to truly make a difference in the lives of students and uphold the mission of our school and be part of this rewarding ministry of Catholic Education in the Diocese of San Jose.

 Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Be supportive of a faith-filled Catholic environment in both words and actions.
    Assist with instruction for students with diverse learning needs, and have a willingness to implement the necessary accommodations in order to help them be successful, including accelerated learners.
    • Possess knowledge of the California Physical Education curriculum and content standards.
    • Cover assigned staff duties, including recess and lunch, as well as other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the school administration.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required;
  • Preferred, a valid CA teaching credential, specifically in Physical Education;
  • Able to read, write, and speak fluent English
  • Be supportive of a faith filled Catholic environment
  • Experience in working with elementary school children (preferred), especially having an understanding of developmental stages; and
  • Have a strong work ethic and a passion for their chosen vocation in education

How to Apply:

Please e-mail (1) cover letter and (2) resume to:  Mrs. Debby Rodriguez, Principal, St. Martin of Tours School, at dgisirodriguez@dsj.org

Please note: Candidates who are invited to interview will be contacted to arrange interview times.