Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools for Curriculum and Instruction
The Diocese of Providence is currently seeking an Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools for Curriculum and Instruction. This new full time position focuses on developing Pre-K to grade 8 curricula for the Catholic schools in the Diocese of Providence. Also responsible for leading curriculum-related instructional strategies, initiatives, and practices with teachers and school principals, and providing networking opportunities and vertical teaming between middle and secondary schools.
The successful candidate will develop and assist in the implementation of a curriculum that ensures every student successfully completes a rigorous sequence of academic subjects rooted in Catholic values, and encourages the engagement and motivation of all students and the addressing of their diverse needs and capabilities.
Provides regular monitoring, review, and evaluation of data for continued and sustained student growth and improved teaching performance; includes integration of the religious, spiritual, and moral dimensions of learning in all subjects; and ensures that students gain the skills to become creative and critical evaluators, problem solvers, decision makers, socially responsible citizens, and expert users of technology.
The successful candidate will be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church, and possess a thorough knowledge of the Catholic Church and its teachings, and respect for the Catholic vision on important social, moral and ethical issues. Requires a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership or closely related field and five years of curriculum development and implementation experience, or equivalent work experience in school administration. Also requires knowledge of current theories and practices in K-12 curriculum, educational assessments, data interpretation and analysis, and familiarity with curriculum mapping. Personalized Learning, Blended Learning, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and Special Education. Must possess the ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders, to coordinate multiple assignments, and to work effectively with adult learners.
Interested candidates may submit a resume and letter of interest by May 15, 2019 to:
John Bittner, Director of Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org