St. Joseph High School Seeks an inspiring Spanish Instructor who develops students as competent learners of Spanish language and culture. The instructor’s primary responsibilities will include teaching multiple sections of Spanish I and Spanish II. Additional responsibilities may include serving on faculty advisory committees, sponsoring student organizations, or coaching depending on the candidate's interest.
Position will begin August 1, 2022.
Spanish I - Students will develop communication skills in listening, reading and writing Spanish. The cultures of the Hispanic world will also be studied.
Spanish II - Students will continue building communication skills through listening, reading, writing and speaking in the language. Structure of the language learned will be reviewed and new vocabulary and grammar will be mastered. The Hispanic cultures will be explored.
Potential for other Humanities electives depending on the candidate's interest.
Potential to serve on faculty advisory committees, sponsor student organizations, or coach depending on candidate’s interest.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- Degree should be in the content area or appropriate state certificate, or 18 credit hours in the content area taught
- 12 credit hours in education or a valid, appropriate state certificate
-Minimum of 3 years of Spanish language instruction preferred