Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School—a Catholic, Jesuit, college preparatory school in Philadelphia serving close to 900 young men—is seeking a full-time Faculty member to teach in the History Department beginning in the 2020-2021 academic year.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field (Master’s degree preferred) and experience teaching at the high school level. The candidate will have an appreciation of the value of Jesuit education and a strong desire to learn more about and implement Ignatian ideals and pedagogy. Candidates must be able to teach at least two of the Department’s core classes (World History, US History, US Government and Politics).
St. Joseph’s Preparatory School is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. We strongly encourage applications from minorities and women, including individuals coming from less traditional backgrounds.
In order to be considered for an interview, please submit the following information to the Office of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org mail to:
Joseph Dougherty, Human Resources Director Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School 1733 West Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130 Deadline Date: July 10, 2020 • Cover letter • Resume • List of three references • Transcripts (copies are fine)
To be submitted upon an offer of employment*:
• PA State Criminal Record Check (within one year) • PA State Child Abuse History Clearance (within one year) • FBI Fingerprint Record Check (within one year)
*Any offer of employment is contingent upon acceptable clearances. For more information of the mission and characteristics of the school please visit our website at www.sjprep.org EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
About St. Joseph's Preparatory School
Saint Joseph's Preparatory School, often known as "the Prep", is an urban, private, Jesuit, college preparatory school founded in 1851 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is an all-boys school for grades 9-12. 91% of its faculty hold Masters' degrees or higher.