Trinity Catholic High School prepares students for life after high school by teaching them virtue and knowledge as they will need to be contributing members of society based on the Gospel message and Roman Catholic teaching. Trinity Catholic High School located in Ocala, Florida, serves families in the 9th–12th grades.
Trinity Catholic is seeking a qualified full-time Science Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. As a professional educator in a Catholic school, the teacher will:
Have an understanding that TC is a Catholic High School and an appreciation and commitment to upholding the Catholic spiritual and intellectual traditions as they are the foundation of all things at the school.
A bachelor’s degree in the specific subject area or related field:
Hold a valid Teaching Certificate from the State of Florida or eligible for State Certification (6-12) in the specific subject area.
Applicants who are practicing Catholics preferred.
Applicants with prior high school teaching experience preferred.
Demonstrated skills and knowledge of teaching, communication, and people skills.
Employment is contingent on the applicant passing a full background check.
Upon employment, the individual will be subject to a 90-day probationary period.
To be familiar with and supportive of the educational philosophy of the school and the Diocese of Orlando.
To use the designated curriculum, assigned textbooks/e-books and materials, and to observe, enforce, and implement the policies and regulations prescribed by the faculty and student handbooks.
To embrace and have the confidence and knowledge to use technology as an educational tool as TC is a 1:1 school.
To show competency in using technology and provide instruction in person and/or virtually.
To observe the school calendar and be available to students and parents which includes before and after school.
To fulfill the normal workload of a full-time teacher, which shall include: Present on campus from 7:45 am until 3:45 pm and teach at least 6 classes.
To supervise student activities and assume other duties inside and outside of school which may include retreats, field trips, assemblies, and/or others. Duties may be assigned as needed.
To develop effective use of lesson plans according to diocesan and school expectations.
To attend faculty meetings, department meetings, and other school meetings as necessary.
To meet the yearly expectation for professional development and spiritual growth.
To assume responsibility for the order and discipline of students in and out of the classroom.
To cooperate fully with the school’s religious and or faith formation activities.
To make all reports as required in a timely manner for administrative purposes and student attendance.
To exercise proper supervision and care of all furniture, electronic devices, books, supplies, equipment, rooms, and buildings entrusted to use.
To observe professional ethics, dress and maintain confidentiality in dealing with administrators, faculty, students, parents, and the public.
To substitute on a rotating basis for fellow teachers who are absent.
To be present at Parent/Teacher Conferences, and to be available for other Parent/Teacher Conferences when requested by parents.
To be present at faculty retreats, Open House, Back-to-School Night, the graduation ceremonies, and any other school-sponsored activity that is a part of the life of the school.
To work collaboratively with colleagues to plan and develop school-wide initiatives that include but are not exclusive to instruction, assessments, textbook/Ebook adoptions, etc.
To advance the mission of Trinity Catholic through prayer, encouragement, and fidelity to Roman Catholic teaching.