High School Science Teacher

Deadline: 
Friday, August 2, 2019
District/Organization: 
Nouvel Catholic Central Schools
Position Details: 

High School Science Teacher

Nouvel Catholic Central High School is seeking a Part- or Full-time Science Teacher to teach grades 9-12 for the 2019-2020 school year. The ideal candidate is a practicing Catholic who holds a valid DX,DI, or DA certification in the State of Michigan and a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education.

Qualifications:
•Practicing member of a Roman Catholic Church preferred.
•BA or BS in education.
•State of Michigan valid teaching certificate.
•Adhere to Code of Ethical Conduct.
•Positive references and recommendations.
•Must clear criminal background check and comply with other diocesan mandates for Protecting God’s Children.

Professional Responsibilities:
•Maintains a professional manner in the classroom and other related settings.
•Demonstrates a sense of professional responsibility and leadership.
•Completes necessary work toward obtaining and/or maintaining a valid teacher certificate/credentials and catechist certification.

Interpersonal Relationships:
•Works cooperatively with administration.
•Supports and enforces diocesan and school regulations.
•Works positively with colleagues, families and parish staff.
•Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students.
•Encourages students’ self-discipline.
•Interacts with each student in a mutually respectful and just manner.
•Respects and cooperates with parents as co-educators.
•Provides a climate that initiates and invites communication with parents.

Instructional Process:
•Follows curriculum guidelines and time allotments as established by the diocese and the school.
•Reflects the school philosophy in the instructional process.
•Designs lessons in a clear, logical, and sequential format that implements stated grade level goals and objectives.
•Builds upon interest, abilities, and previous learning experiences of the students.
•Communicates learning objectives clearly to students.
•Employs a variety of teaching techniques.

•Uses a variety of evaluation techniques: (for example, pre and post testing, textbooks tests,teacher-made tests which include oral and written projects and standardized testing).
•Uses a variety of techniques for communicating student progress in a timely manner (for example, progress reports, report cards, parent calls).
•Demonstrates ability to motivate students.
•Provides a variety of activities that encourage and promote maximum student involvement.
•Encourages creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.

Community of Faith:
•Supports and implements the mission/philosophy of Catholic education and the school.
•Speaks, acts, and instructs students in a manner that is consistent with the teachings of the Church on issues of faith and morals.
•Integrates religious attitudes and values into secular subjects and into life both inside and outside of school.
•Models an attitude of service and plans appropriate service projects with students.
•Exemplifies a sense of mercy and justice in dealing fairly with students and parents.
•Demonstrates a respect for all forms of life.
•Contributes to a cooperative spirit within the school community.

Interested applicants should send letter of interest, resume and credentials/references by:

Email to: Cormac Lynn, Superintendent of Catholic Schools at clynn@dioceseofsaginaw.org

Mail to:  Diocese of Saginaw

              Cormac Lynn, Superintendent of Catholic Schools

             RE:  Science Teacher Position

            5800 Weiss Road

            Saginaw, MI 48603

Email: 
clynn@dioceseofsaginaw.org
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