This is a full-time teaching position within the World Languages Department. The successful candidate will be able to teach Spanish I, II, III, and IV. In your cover letter, please speak to the ways in which you will actively participate in fostering the mission of Archbishop Murphy High School.
B.A. (or higher) in related field.
Current Washington State Teaching Certificate with an endorsement or certification (or the ability to obtain endorsement/certification) in related field.
Preference will be given to candidates with successful high school experience teaching Spanish in a Block Schedule.
Ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply.
Salary/Benefits: Dependent upon applicable education and experience.
Application Process: To apply, complete the Seattle Archdiocese Employment Application on the Seattle Archdiocese website:
After completion of the above online application, submit a cover letter and resume with acknowledgment of application’s
Charlene Hilgendorf, SHRM-CP
Director of Human Resources
Archbishop Murphy High School
12911 39th Avenue SE
Everett, WA 98208
Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy High School is a Catholic, college preparatory school that welcomes students of all faiths. True to the spirit of the Gospel, Archbishop Murphy High School nurtures the full development of the gifts that God has given to each student, fosters service as an outgrowth of faith, and values diversity. Working with parents as partners in this educational ministry, we strive for academic excellence, spiritual enrichment, and Christlike leadership for the transformation of the world.
Located in south Everett Washington, Archbishop Murphy High School is a private Catholic high school known for its faith-filled community, academic excellence focusing on college preparation, active student involvement through Christian service, exceptional athletic programs and a variety of performing arts programs, clubs and activities. We offer a safe, supportive environment with small class sizes and individual attention.
Archbishop Murphy High School recruiting practices are designed to attract, hire and retain teachers, staff, and administrators who come from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural and physically challenged populations. In keeping with its mission of providing a Catholic education, preference in hiring will be given to practicing Catholics.