St. Mary School, Gilroy in the Diocese of San Jose is currently looking to hire a full-time middle school teacher. The ideal candidate must be dedicated to providing a 21st century education in a Catholic School environment. The candidate will be able to foster the spiritual, academic, social, and emotional education of students. Applicants should possess a strong work ethic and be committed to the mission and philosophy of Catholic education.

Requirements:

  • Plan, implement, monitor, and assess an academic program consistent with Diocesan and local site goals, philosophies, and California Common Core Standards
  • Manage homeroom responsibilities and activities for one middle school class
  • Experience developing and implementing project-based learning into the curriculum
  • Strong classroom management skills for students in grades 6-8
  • Excellent technology skills and proficiency in integrating technology into the curriculum regularly to enhance student learning
  • 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
  • Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Carry out all assigned faculty/staff duties in a professional manner
  • Participating member of a Catholic community preferred
  • May be required to teach some classes in another subject area

Salary will be set by Diocese of San Jose teacher salary scale.

Requirements:

A Bachelor’s Degree

A valid California teaching credential is preferred (must be willing to complete a credentialing program in the next five years).

3-5 years of teaching experience is preferred.

To apply please send resume and cover letter to Marcee Ervin, Principal, at marcee.ervin@dsj.org

To apply for this job email your details to marcee.ervin@dsj.org