Therefore, we want teachers who are passionate about their subject matters of expertise and understand their primary role in assuring students’ learning and mastery of subject matter and college preparatory skills. As a result, we seek ways for our students not just to be exposed to our subjects; rather, we want students to engage in the information and look at ways to understand it, apply it, and synthesize how it connects to other knowledge.
We want educators who see themselves as learners as well as providers of knowledge, which means we want teachers to want to be part of a learning community and collaborate with their peers in each of their responsibilities.
Bishop Dunne Catholic School is seeking a long-term substitute for the high-school English department. The position will be for the spring semester and will teacher English III. The primary responsibilities include teaching 3 classes following the basic course framework and expectations, and one AP Language and Composition course in accordance with AP standards. The substitute will be a dedicated professional who understands the demands of teaching and is able to develop daily lessons that meet the goals of the classes, complete grading, maintain an advisory group and lead advisory group meetings, as well as perform all basic administrative duties (ex. maintain attendance records, accurate grade book, comment writing).
Qualifications include: The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree from an accredited university in English and a valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements for the subject and level assigned. The candidate must have strong interpersonal communications skills and solid technology skills for use in instructional and professional tasks.
All candidates must be able to pass background checks and comply with the Diocese of Dallas Safe Environment Program.
Qualified candidates, please send a resume to Anna Lee Friesen, Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bishop Dunne Catholic School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Bishop Dunne Catholic School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.
Bishop Dunne Catholic School welcomes inquiries from all qualified applicants for employment and does not discriminate against any persons.