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Social Studies Teacher
Saint Joseph Academy is seeking a Social Studies Teacher for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Ohio Teacher Licensure/ Certification required
Minimum two years previous teaching or related experience
Able to work with school technology (use of academic software, Microsoft Office, etc.)
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with all levels of individuals
Well-organized and attentive to detail
Strong written and oral communication skills
Ability to work independently with minimal oversight to deliver strong outcomes
Commitment to the Catholic education of young women in the tradition of the Congregation of St. Joseph.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Teach in a rotating modified block schedule
Develop lesson plans in accordance with the Academy’s curriculum
Coordinate field trips for curricular and extracurricular activities
Communicate with parents/guardians
Please send letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com by February 28, 2019.
No phone calls please.
Saint Joseph Academy, sponsored by the Congregation of St. Joseph, fosters unifying relationships with God and all creation, empowers each young woman to achieve academic excellence, and inspires a life of compassionate leadership and service in a global society. Saint Joseph Academy has been committed to excellence in the education of young women since 1890 and our outstanding college placement record (98% of graduates go onto college) helps to highlight this commitment. With a stable enrollment of 700 students, the school is located in the city of Cleveland and has a student body that is socio-economically diverse. More than 60% of our graduates are first-generation college students.
Saint Joseph Academy is a vital partner in the Congregation’s mission of unity. Our educational experience provides an awakening to faith, mind and the world. Each young woman develops compassionate leadership skills and forms loving relationships with God, each other and all creation. The four pillars of an Academy education - growing in faith, pursuing academic excellence, acquiring 21st century skills and celebrating each and every girl - ensure that the Academy is a place where each young woman receives the encouragement and acquires the skills to become her best.