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Shared Services Certified Math Teacher

 ACADEMY MATH TEACHER (GRADES 7-9)

Job Summary: University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking an outstanding, highly qualifired Math teacher for grades 7-9. Responsibilities include helping students develop critical thinking skills and strong academic habits. The ideal candidate must be a relationship builder, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be well trained in content knowledge and teaching strategies including the use of inquiry-based instruction.  

Compensation:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Full benefits package also included. 

Employment Category:  Full-time, Exempt, 10-month 

Duties and Performance Responsibilities:  A day consists of five (5) teaching periods, one (1) lunch period, one (1) homeroom period, one (1) period given to prefecting or other School duty as the Principal or his assistant may assign, and at least one (1) period unencumbered by instructional or supervisory responsibilities to provide time for planning, student conferences, preparation for effective teaching and attention to major program improvement and innovation.   

The Teacher's services shall include the preparation and correction of examinations, proctoring, and substitution. Included are the customary conferences with students and parents; individual guidance of students; service on faculty committees; active service in studying departmental and School problems; preparation of syllabi; attendance at commencement, faculty meetings and other School functions; and such other professional services as in the judgment of the Principal, the needs of the School shall require. Furthermore, all Teachers are considered assistant disciplinarians.

Faculty members are expected to participate in appropriate professional development activities in order to stay current in their assigned teaching fields, program and discipline, as well as in the delivery of remote learning. Attendance at professional development days as determined by the Principal is mandatory.  Professional development days may be scheduled prior to the first day of classes and during the school year.

Qualifications and Experience:  A Bachelor's degree in Math and Michigan teaching certification with an EX endorsement is required. Master's degree preferred.    U of D Jesuit partners with Clarkston Community Schools for Shared Services.  The successful candidate must be willing to participate in Shared Services as a condition of employment.  Position will be held at U of D Jesuit.

Other Skills and Abilities:
  •  Passion and competency to engage students in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum.
  •  Ability to effectively utilize digital applications and educational technology software for a student-centered learning model and varied instructional strategies.
  •  Knowledge and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusive classroom management strategies.
  •  Collaborative nature in teaching, curriculum development, and community engagement to foster positive working relationships with students and faculty.
  •  Ability to implement policy and procedure as well as a commitment to professional development 
  •  Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Application Procedure:
  • Go to www.clarkston.k12.mi.us Click “Departments”.

  • Click “Human Resources”. Click “Certified Openings”.

  • Click on “View” on the Desired Position and then click on the “Login and Apply” button in the lower right corner and follow prompts. 

 

Candidates without access to the on-line application process may submit the following:
   1.   Formal letter of application
   2.   Resume outlining qualifications and experience
   3.   Copy of certificate

 

To: 

 

Clarkston Community Schools
ATTN: Shared Services
Academy Math Teacher-U of D 
6389 Clarkston Road
Clarkston, MI  48346   

This posting documents the general nature and level of responsibility associated with this position. It is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all activities, duties and responsibilities required of incumbents. It is not intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct and monitor the work of employees under their supervision.