Spanish Teacher – Full Time Fr. Tolton Catholic High School – 2023-24 School Year Responsibilities: * Teaches Spanish classes. May have openings in beginning level, intermediate and/or dual credit Spanish * Utilizes technology to impact student learning and increase communication * Demonstrates support for the mission of Fr. Tolton Catholic High School by attitude, words, actions, and integrity * Assists in maintaining discipline throughout the student body, in adherence to the Student Handbook * Serves with parents, faculty, and student groups, as requested in advancing educational and related activities and objectives * Possibility to sponsor, coach, or supervise extra-curricular activities * Performs other duties as assigned by the Principal Qualification: * Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Spanish or related field * State teaching licensure/certificate is preferred but not a hiring prerequisite * Familiarity with Google Suite (Gmail, docs, sheets, etc), Google Classroom, and RenWeb/FACTS is preferred * Understands the high school education culture and is able to interact professionally with students, faculty, and parents * Ability to maintain professionalism in challenging situations Physical Demands and other requirements: * Ability to perform repetitive physical tasks such as computer keyboarding, writing, and reading * Required to monitor students in a variety of locations including those with noise and activity * Required to maintain composure and to communicate appropriately in words and actions
The school communities of the Diocese of Jefferson City are today’s servants of God.
They accept the continuing mission of proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ to the world and making disciples of all nations.
The diocesan schools provide quality Catholic education in a Christ-like environment; guiding, enlightening, educating, and nurturing the children in their care.
An educational program is provided where students learn intellectual, spiritual, social, physical, and aesthetic like skills and attitudes. Continual development of the students' ultimate earthly and spiritual potential is the primary design.