MCP’s ideal chemistry teacher would have a background in curricular and pedagogical innovation, an ability to teach to different learning styles, and experience in engaging students with a variety of techniques, including using technology in the classroom and incorporating new technologies into their teaching and learning environment. MCP uses CANVAS as our virtual classroom so experience in CANVAS (or other online Learning Management Systems) is a requisite skill. Philosophical alignment with, and a track record of laboratory-based, student-centered instruction is also essential, as is experience in facilitating data collection and analysis by students using Vernier equipment. Responsibilities for this position also include full participation in the departmental setting to ensure excellent scope and sequence and participation in a professional, Catholic, school-wide learning community.
The ideal candidate has an undergraduate degree in the Physical Sciences and a teaching credential in Physical Sciences, or in a related field. This position is intended to be a blend of both Chemistry and Math classes (up to Algebra II).
Applications will be accepted until May 28, 2021. The position begins in August 2021.
Competitive salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience. If interested, please complete and submit the diocesan job application that is found on-line at https://www.missionprep.org/apps/pages/about/employment, as well as a cover letter, resume, and three references via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary and benefits commensurate with experience, according to the faculty salary scale, and based on a 190-day contract.
Internal Number: 20210518 C&MT
About Mission College Preparatory Catholic High School
Mission College Prep creates a culture of care and accountability, in partnership with families to form women and men of scholarship, inspiration, and leadership, in service to deeper life with God and deeper life with one another.
MCP is a diocesan secondary school serving 300 students, located in San Luis Obispo, CA. Founded in 1926, the school enjoys thriving programs and a highly regarded academic reputation, largely resulting from a qualified and experienced faculty, a supportive parent community, and motivated students – all who work in partnership within our distinctive culture of care and accountability. Professional educators at MCP are all aligned to a common mission. Our purpose is to illuminate, form, and ignite the God given potential in each student. We educate the whole person: mind, body, and spirit and ours is a community where every student is ‘known’ by the faculty and staff. MCP educators value and participate in the co-curricular life of the school and support its mission by modeling an engaged and lively faith. We are partnership-minded in our collaborations with colleagues and in our communications with parents.
All aspects of our curriculu...m are designed to promote faith and learning through an integrated curriculum in academics, athletics, the arts, and spirituality. MCP assists parents in the formation of young Christian adults by preparing them to serve God and others. Reflecting these values, the MCP motto is: “Becoming Women and Men for Others.”