St. Joseph High School seeks a Theology Instructor with a passion for Catholic ministry, a desire to embrace the principles of Marianist education, and a dedication to building a strong Catholic pedagogical team. The instructor will provide the appropriate learning atmosphere and activities designed to maximize student competencies and skills for intellectual, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual growth toward a successful future. The instructor’s primary responsibilities will include teaching 4-5 sections of theology and serving on the campus ministry team.
Position will begin August 1, 2022.
Primary ResponsibilitiesInstruction of Theology - Courses and grades taught (9-12) may vary
depending on candidate and departmental placement. Students are required to study theology for each semester enrolled at St. Joseph High School. Each of our 8 courses supports and complements previous and/or subsequent courses. The department’s goal is to enable students to think theologically and to reflect critically on the reality of faith, thus empowering the student to cooperate with God’s grace in life’s daily journey.
Campus Ministry - Our campus ministry team is composed of our theology teachers, administrators, and students who have been selected through an application process. This group coordinates weekly Mass for the student body, student-led peer ministry through annual retreats for each grade, student body prayer services, and other spiritual service opportunities.
Potential for other Humanities electives depending on the candidate's interest.
Additional ResponsibilitiesOther responsibilities may include sponsoring student organizations,
campus committee involvement, or coaching depending on the candidate's interest.
- Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing
- Must have a bachelor’s degree including 12 credit hours in education or a valid state teaching certificate with a major in theology from an accredited Catholic college or university