~Teacher – Long Term Math Substitute

Michelle

Website Bishop Lynch High School

Bishop Lynch High School

Long Term Substitute – Mathematics Teacher
Job Description
FLSA Status: Exempt
MISSION
Faithful to Catholic Tradition and to our Dominican heritage of scholarship and service, Bishop Lynch High
School promotes the development of the total person by bringing together a diverse community in a rigorous
college preparatory environment where students are taught to strive for excellence, seek truth, and work for
justice in the world.
SUMMARY
A Mathematics Teacher is responsible for the implementation of the goals of Catholic education as outlined in
The Holy See’s Teaching on Catholic Schools (Archbishop Michael Miller):
• Inspired by a Supernatural Vision
• Founded on a Christian Anthropology
• Animated by Communion and Community
• Imbued with a Catholic Worldview
• Sustained by Gospel Witness
Qualified candidates will be driven and inspired by the mission of Catholic schools to form young men and
women in a high school setting “who will be good citizens of the world, loving God and neighbor and enriching
society with the leaven of the gospel, and who will also be good citizens of the world to come, thus fulfilling
their destiny to become saints” (Miller, p. 20).
SKILLS REQUIRED
Qualified candidates will be able to perform the following duties at an exemplary level:
• Effectively teach Algebra I, Algebra II Honors, and Calculus using result driven methods
• Exemplify the core values of a Bishop Lynch Faculty Member: Dedicated, Caring, and Faithful
• Exemplify a “team player” spirit with a positive attitude and strong work ethic
• Deliver engaging lessons to diverse groups of students at all levels.
• Use relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction, especially the TI Calculator
• Promote enthusiasm for learning of math
• Demonstrate exceptional organization and classroom management skills
• Ability to be a compassionate and confident leader
• Be flexible, adaptable, and open to new learning and growth
JOB EXPECTATIONS
• Collaborate and work effectively with other members of the math department to analyze student
assessment data and make curricular modifications accordingly to ensure student success
• Prepare and deliver lesson plans that facilitate active learning
• Develop lesson plans, class activities, homework, and assessments that are in accordance with
established procedures and adhere to Bishop Lynch curriculum standards
• Manage student behavior in the classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures in
accordance with the rules of the Bishop Lynch Student Handbook
• Provide appropriate and timely feedback on student work by maintaining accurate and complete records
of students’ performance and growth
• Assign and grade class work, homework, tests, and other assignments
• Participate in department, school, and parent meetings
• Establish and maintain communication with parents, students, administrators, and colleagues
• Complete all required reports, records, and documents in a timely manner
• Serve as a positive role model for students and support the school’s mission statement
• Participate in school liturgies and assemblies
• Perform other duties as may be deemed necessary for the efficient operation of the math department and
Bishop Lynch
QUALIFICATIONS
• A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 24 credit hours in Mathematics and 12 college credit hours in
Education
• Relevant teaching experience in a high school mathematics classroom
• Demonstrated competency in the subject area with extensive knowledge of Mathematics curriculum and
instruction
• Desire to be held accountable for student academic growth and academic results
• Experience and interest in developing innovative uses of technology in the classroom
• Commitment to being a supportive, respectful, and energetic colleague
• Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior while maintaining a professional manner
• Ability to demonstrate poise, empathy, tact, and diplomacy
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Must be able to discern among competing priorities, separating what is essential from what is nonessential
• Working knowledge or experience with Blackboard (or other LMS) is a plus
Qualified candidates should email resume to [email protected].