A Bishop Eustace teacher is responsible for accomplishing the BE school mission of preparing all students to realize their unique potential through spiritual growth, Christian service, education and personal development. The World language teachers achieve this through teaching students through a variety of courses that increase and deepen a student’s appreciation of their particular language and culture. The successful teacher in this role will be knowledgeable of their student’s cognitive development, be student centered and growth-oriented. World Language teachers at BE enjoy collaborating with students and colleagues to advance linguistic and communication skills, cultural competence and curiosity about their language and culture.
Candidate must possess an undergraduate degree in Spanish or a related discipline (Master’s preferred) with at least three years of high school teaching experience.
Native or near-native proficiency in spoken and written Spanish.
Possess a strong background in Spanish culture and literature
The capacity and commitment to teach beginning Spanish through Advanced Placement Spanish.
Proficiency with technology, dedication to working cooperatively with other world language teachers to maintain a strong language program and robust interpersonal skills.