Hours Per Week: 37.5 (Full-time)
Key responsibilities / day-to-day job functions:
- Instruct students in all Diocese of Raleigh curriculum areas for the grade level https://dioceseofraleigh.org/catholic-schools/standards-and-instruction.
- Create service opportunities for students that enhance understanding of the mission of our parish and school communities.
- Understand the content, create cross-curricular connections, and design instructional plans that include higher order thinking.
- Collaborate with colleagues and administration in order to provide successful educational experiences for students.
- Partner with assigned full-time Instructional Teaching Assistant in all aspects of classroom instruction and supervision.
- Integrate technology into classes according to Diocese of Raleigh Information and Technology curriculum standards.
- Perform other duties as assigned by Administration.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education.
- Current NC teaching licensure.
- Candidate must have prior K-6 teaching experience.
- Candidate must satisfactorily pass necessary criminal background and reference checks.
- Candidate must complete Diocese-sponsored Safe Environment Training within 60 days of hire.
- Experience utilizing best practices for student learning.
- Be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.
- Have experience with and/or a desire to fully implement 21st Century teaching practices such as standards-based grading, project-based learning, technology integration, and personalized learning.
Position Start Date: 08/01/2023
Posting Expiry Date: 06/02/2023
Since its founding in 1909, Cathedral School has played a dynamic role in the North Carolina educational community in Downtown Raleigh, NC and is also an integral part of the education ministry of the Catholic community of Holy Name of Jesus Parish. It was the first school in North Carolina to educate Native American children. It was also the first Catholic School to integrate when high school students from St. Monica’s School began attending Cathedral School in the 1950’s. Even today, Cathedral School is recognized as the hallmark of ethnic and racial diversity among Raleigh’s private schools.
In addition to its commitment to cultural and ethnic diversity, Cathedral School continues to maintain a valued tradition of academic excellence. Faculty and staff are dedicated to providing a challenging, yet positive, learning environment to support the academic, technological, and social preparedness to each of their 244 students in Grades PK - 8.