Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School in Sarasota, Florida is seeking a full-time Science teacher (Physics) for the 2020-2021 school year. Job duties include, but are not limited to:
Prepares comprehensive lesson plans and instructs students using a variety of teaching strategies which incorporate diocesan curriculum and Catholic teaching.
Creates an environment of learning and adjusts plans and goals to meet the needs of the students.
Evaluates, monitors and tracks students’ performance
Possesses a high degree of knowledge in the field of Science and is able to convey standard concepts, practices, and procedures clearly and accurately
Relies on experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals
Performs a variety of tasks throughout the school day to include classroom management, prayers before each class period and extra instruction as appropriate
Works under the general supervision of the Assistant Principal and Principal but is responsible for maintaining professional standards in accordance with Parish and Diocesan policies and in alignment with Catholic social teachings in the classroom and school
Demonstrates a high degree of creativity and latitude
Interacts with parents and guardians in a professional and positive manner
Maintains a high level of computer and technology skill; strong organizational skills and ability to multitask
Performs other duties as assigned by Principal or designee.
Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in a science related field, from an accredited college or university
Teaching experience in High School Science and Physics preferred.
Certified in subject area (or be eligible for certification)
To apply for this position please send cover letter and resume to Assistant Principal Stefan Gates at email@example.com
We will only contact those resumes for whom we have further interest.
Additional Salary Information: 10-month Teacher Contract, Benefits Included
Internal Number: 101
About Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School
Cardinal Mooney High School, founded in 1959 by Father Joseph Daley, is a coeducational diocesan high school staffed by religious sisters and laypersons who share a Christian vision. This Christian vision, which has its source in the Gospels and finds expression in the North American Bishops’ pastoral letter, “To Teach As Jesus Did,” serves as the basis for our school philosophy. We are committed to the development of the whole person, emphasizing the personal dignity and value of the student and of the teacher, the realization of the importance of integrating religious truths and values into one’s life, and the primacy of religious instruction. With this as our motivation, we hope to carry out the mission entrusted by Jesus to his church: to bring all of creation to its fulfillment according to God’s design by proclaiming the message of truth, building a community of justice and peace, and reaching out in service to the entire human community.