Catholic Jobs in Education


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  • Catholic school teachers
  • Catholic principals
  • Catholic school administrators

Jobs for Catholic Teachers

A Catholic school teacher helps young children develop social skills and positive learning habits in an enthusiastic, stimulating, and positive classroom environment. This can be a rewarding career, as Catholic educators help foster the social and intellectual development of their students. Since most K-6 teachers provide instruction in all subjects, they typically lead a single class of children through the school day. Many Catholic school lesson plans are activity-based, though some teachers will supplement learning with more formal lessons to prepare children for later education. In addition to planning instruction and supporting activities, teachers in elementary schools interact frequently with students’ parents and guardians with progress reports, teacher meetings, and other communication. Elementary school teachers also participate in continuing professional education on a regular basis to keep skills current and discuss new ideas to utilize in classroom learning.

Catholic School Principal Job Description

A Catholic school Principal forms the head of the administrative team within a school and is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the institution. They coordinate staff schedules, oversee the development of curriculum and enforce school policies relating to themes like discipline or safety. The Catholic Principal also coordinates staff training days and works directly with students who need help meeting or setting goals. The Principal also serves as the direct liaison between the school and the school board and is responsible for ensuring that the school operates according to school board protocols.

Catholic School Administrator

A Catholic school administrator needs to be a leader, organized, and committed to the job. A Catholic school administrator may be responsible for setting a curriculum, organizing professional development, creating master schedules, observing and mentoring staff, as well as completing office or clerical tasks as needed.

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Oct 26, 2020
A COMPLETE APPLICATION INCLUDES COVER LETTER WITH SALARY REQUIREMENTS, AND RESUME. Position Summary: The Leadership Consultant/Master Trainer is responsible for service delivery to Catholic dioceses, bishops, priests and lay leaders and for completing all associated functions (delivery may be in person or virtually).  Projects include leadership training, facilitating, professional coaching, and consulting.  Service support includes the design, oversight and evaluation of CLI service projects.  Specifically, the full time Leadership Consultant/Master Trainer is responsible for but not limited to the following: Service delivery to fulfill assigned projects/contracts Create, monitor, and lead major CLI projects for client diocese Manage internal and external staff for major projects Create and maintain a project plan Develop content and update curriculum Train and develop new Leadership Consultants including platform skills and content Travel is typically up...
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