Benedictine College Preparatory has an opening for a full-time Math Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. Applications and resumes are being accepted immediately and interviews will be scheduled for competitive candidates on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Benedictine College Preparatory is a Catholic, Military, all boys school located on the James River in Richmond, Virginia. Our mission is to form Cadets as Christian men of conscience, discipline, and achievement. Our curriculum and standards prepare our graduates for study at top-tier four-year institutions of higher learning.
Essential responsibilities include: • Enthusiastic support of our school mission: "We will form Cadets as Christian men of conscience, discipline, and achievement." • A minimum of a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and the capability to teach college preparatory math at a high level; this position will likely teach Statistics and Algebra II.
Preferred qualifications include: • Ability to teach up to Pre-Calculus or Calculus is preferred but not required. • Experience teaching at the high school level strongly preferred (but not required).
To apply please submit a resume, a completed application, and an essay titled "My View of America" to the Associate Headmaster, Michael Bussman at firstname.lastname@example.org. A cover letter is optional. The application can be found on our website at: http://www.benedictinecollegeprep.org/about-bcp/employment.
About Benedictine College Prep
Benedictine College Preparatory is a Catholic school loyal to the Magisterium of the Church and dedicated to its mission: to form Cadets as Christian men of conscience, discipline and achievement. Our curriculum and standards are established to prepare our graduates for study at a quality four-year institution of higher learning. Benedictine was founded in 1911, under the name of Benedictine College, by a group of Benedictine monks from Belmont Abbey in North Carolina. The Richmond monks adopted the successful and prestigious military academy model for Benedictine, in order to promote a disciplined approach to studies and virtue, meshing well with the monastic lifestyle.