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OVERVIEW

Fulfills the mission of the school by assisting the principal regarding fiscal matters, maintaining the bookkeeping, assisting in the preparation of the budget, compiling associated reports, and providing advice concerning financial matters, and working cooperatively with staff, students, parents, and community members while performing the duties listed below in order to create and maintain a courteous and professional work environment at all times.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Supports and upholds the philosophy of Catholic education and the mission of the school.
-Prepares financial statements for the operation of the school and its related associations.
-Maintains and provides records and communication to support the principal, school board, Diocesan Finance and Education Departments, and related parishes.
-Assists with development of annual budget.
-Processes accounts payable and receivable, completes month-end accounting process, and reconciles accounts.
-Executes payroll.
-Oversees school funds at events and activities including handling all cash deposits.
-Implements money handling procedures for all school organizations under the guidance of the Diocesan Finance Department.
-Prepares and submits tax reports.
-Reconciles accounts.
-Manages school funds to include tuition payments.
-Supports school lunch program process.
-Serves as a point of contact for employees regarding issues with benefits, payroll, insurances, etc.
-Oversees office equipment contracts.
-Attends various committee meetings, as necessary.
-Maintains employee information under the guidance of the Diocesan Director of Human Resources.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan requirements.
-Minimum of Associate’s Degree and two years of experience in a related field, or five years of practical experience within a school system work environment.
-Knowledge of accounting/bookkeeping software programs.
-Experience with processing payroll.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Excellent communication skills.
-Ability to multitask and prioritize work for accomplishment in a timely manner.
-Ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality, professionalism, and integrity.
-Familiarity with school lunch programs.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Hourly Nonexempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds

OTHER
-Position is paid over a 12-month period. Evening and weekend hours as directed by Principal.

OVERVIEW

The Head Cafeteria Worker is responsible for ensuring that the school cafeteria and breakfast/lunch program function properly and meet all government regulations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Overseeing cafeteria workers and/or volunteers including providing work schedules according to principal’s direction.
-Collaborating with school administrative assistant and/or business manager to complete food orders, submit deposit information, and manage account according to established procedures.
-Implementing billing system for student accounts to include but not limited to issuing monthly statements to families.
-Managing associated supply inventory for the purpose of ensuring availability of items.
-Maintaining up-to-date breakfast/lunch menu based upon nutritional guidelines.
-Adhering to standards under free and reduced breakfast/lunch program.
-Maintaining safe and clean kitchen and food storage.
-Completing required documentation and paperwork during scheduled work hours.
-Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan requirements.
-High school diploma (or GED) and three years of relevant school nutrition experience.
-Strong multitasking and organizational skills to prioritize work for accomplishment in a timely manner.
-Able to maintain high levels of confidentiality.
-Present a friendly and respectful manner while performing duties.
-Experience working with children.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Hourly Nonexempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds

OTHER
-Position is paid over a 10-month period.

OVERVIEW

The Maintenance General Laborer is responsible for performing an extensive range of work in the repair and general maintenance of the school sites to include the following duties.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Cleaning of classrooms.
-Vacuuming all carpeted areas.
-Mopping and waxing applicable floors.
-Dusting of all rooms and offices.
-Ensuring that hallways, steps, foyers, etc. are free of debris.
-Daily removal of garbage.
-Cleaning bathrooms and replenishing supplies.
-Disinfecting all areas of the schools to include railing and door knobs.
-Maintaining the cafeteria and kitchen areas to include wiping tables and arranging chairs.
-Cleaning and sanitizing after health-related accidents.
-Cleaning inside and outside of windows, when needed.
-Caring for landscape and parking lots to include litter removal.
-Snow removal and ice melt application of all necessary areas.
-Minor repairs such as changing light bulbs, tile replacement, etc.
-Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan requirements.
-One year of practical general laborer and/or maintenance experience.
-Experience with operating equipment such as floor buffer, snow blower, mower, and trimmer.
-Able to multitask and prioritize work for accomplishment in a timely manner.
-Ability to maintain confidentiality and perform tasks in a friendly and respectful manner.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Hourly Nonexempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 50 pounds

OVERVIEW

Under the direction of the Principal, the Secretary performs a variety of clerical and support work, greets and interacts with the public, and works cooperatively with staff, students, and parents while performing the duties listed below in order to create and maintain a courteous and professional work environment at all times.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Supports and upholds the philosophy of Catholic education and the mission of the school.
-Interacts with the public and employees with tact, discretion, and courtesy via the telephone, face-to-face communication, and electronic means.
-Sorts and distributes mail.
-Prepares letters, memos, mass mailings, reports, and other documentation as requested.
-Schedules and coordinates meetings.
-Attends and provides accurate minutes for various committee meetings as assigned.
-Supports school lunch program.
-Assists with enrollment process.
-Maintains school calendar to include events and activities.
-Attends various committee meetings, as necessary.
-Maintains records and files.
-Assists Business Manager, when necessary.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan requirements.
-Two years of practical experience within a school system work environment.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Excellent communication skills.
-Able to multitask and prioritize work for accomplishment in a timely manner.
-Ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality, professionalism, and integrity.
-Familiarity with school lunch programs.
-Working knowledge of PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Hourly Nonexempt
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds

OTHER
-Position is paid over a 10-month period; however twenty (20) days of summer hours will be based upon business need.

OVERVIEW

The Financial Assistant is responsible for all activities relating to the financial status of the parish throughout the implementation of the duties listed below according to Diocesan guidelines.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Processing payroll and associated reports.
-Maintaining required files and records.
-Reconciling parish accounts.
-Facilitating fundraiser financial processes.
-Coordinating parish deposits.
-Supporting parish councils and committees, including preparation of budgets and expenditures.
-Running all financial reports.
-Preparing for and facilitating parish audits.
-Ordering all sacramental provisions as necessary.
-Assisting with the maintenance of cemetery records.
-Purchasing Burial Privilege certificates and implementing related procedures.
-Maintaining parish website.
-Other duties as assigned by the Pastor.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to Diocesan requirements.
-Associate degree in Accounting and two years of related experience or five years of experience preferably in a nonprofit setting.
-Minimum of one year of practical experience processing electronic payroll including working knowledge of associated laws and regulations.
-Practical experience with electronic accounting management systems.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, preferably Office 365.
-Able to maintain high levels of confidentiality, professionalism, and integrity.
-Excellent communication skills.
-Proficient time management and organizational skills.
-Ability to provide accurate information while working under deadlines.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Non-exempt
-Work Status: Full-time
-Physical Requirements: Lifting up to 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM with an unpaid 30-minute lunch period

OTHER
-Evening and weekend hours, as necessary.
-Must submit timesheet according to payroll schedule.
-Any hours over 40 must have prior approval from Pastor.

Resumes should be submitted to:

Office of Human Resources
2713 West Chestnut Avenue
Altoona, PA 16601

Alternatively, e-mail resumes to: lmcevoy@dioceseaj.org

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Directs all religious and academic programs as well as provide for the spiritual direction and atmosphere of the school. Motivates students, faculty, and support personnel to strive for superior performance resulting in the best possible opportunities for education, personal growth, and development. Appropriately represents the school to associated constituents.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Develops a liturgical program for the students throughout the year.
-Implements and regulates an educational philosophy and school culture which encourages a cooperative and participating attitude.
-Designs a respectful student behavior standard to minimize school and classroom interruptions.
-Administers requests for special pupil transportation needs.
-Develops and administers general school routine while coordinating all activities within the school building.
-Efficiently utilizes all school facilities, materials, and staff service personnel.
-Plans and facilitates faculty meetings.
-Clarifies relationships among teachers, subject area chairpersons, and specialized personnel in accordance with diocesan policy.
-Recommends changes for improved administration, supervision, and opportunities for student development.
-Identifies intellectual, physical, social, and emotional needs affecting student’s success, and directs and coordinates the efforts of teachers and parents with staff services and special education personnel.
-Actively participates with and encourages staff participation in parent-teacher and other community groups to develop understanding, cooperation, and respect for school objectives and endeavors.
-Observes, counsels, and motivates professional staff to attain diocesan educational goals.
-Practices continuous improvement of existing programs and practices curriculum content, teaching methods, and pilot or experimental programs in cooperation with the Director and Assistant Director of Education, faculty, and subject area specialists.
-Attends professional conferences, seminars, and workshops in education and/or educational administration as available, especially those available through the local Intermediate Unit.
-Title I Coordinator.
-Participates in the selection of new teaching and classified personnel.
-Conducts new hire orientation.
-Performs teacher evaluations/Danielson.
-Facilitates annual faculty/staff retreats.
-Plans and submits annual budget needs prior to April 1 of each year.
-Reviews, authorizes, or disapproves professional staff requests for instruction materials and equipment within the approved budget.
-Assists in grant application process.
-Maintains physical and electronic records of students’ demographics, attendance, and grades.
-Communicates effectively to properly inform staff, students, and parents.
-Fulfills responsibilities outlined in applicable by-laws.
-Completes Master Catechist.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Actively practicing the Roman Catholic faith with a commitment to Catholic education.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-Master’s degree in Education or School Administration.
-Valid Pennsylvania Elementary Principal Certification.
-Previous experience in school administration.
-Demonstrated successful budgetary and fiscal management experience.
-Practical leadership and public relations knowledge including collaborating with various stakeholders to build a cohesive and positive child-centered school and greater school environments.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record-keeping systems.
-Working knowledge of PowerSchool.
-Experience leading a school community through transformational change is a plus.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OTHER
-Position is paid over a 12-month period.

OVERVIEW

Directs all religious and academic programs as well as provides for the spiritual direction and atmosphere of the school. Motivates students, faculty, and support personnel to strive for superior performance resulting in the best possible opportunities for education, personal growth, and development. Appropriately represents the school to associated constituents.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Develops a liturgical program for the students throughout the year.
-Implements and regulates an educational philosophy and school culture which encourages a cooperative and participating attitude.
-Designs a respectful student behavior standard to minimize school and classroom interruptions.
-Administers student supervision and discipline.
-Develops and administers general school routine while coordinating all activities within the school building.
-Identifies intellectual, physical, social, and emotional needs affecting students’ success, and directs and coordinates the efforts of teachers and parents with staff services and special education personnel.
-Actively participates with and encourages staff participation in parent-teacher and other community groups to develop understanding, cooperation, and respect for school objectives and endeavors.
-Observes, counsels, and motivates professional staff to attain diocesan educational goals in conjunction with teacher evaluations.
-Practices continuous improvement of existing programs and practices curriculum content, teaching methods, and pilot or experimental programs in cooperation with the Director, faculty, and subject area specialists.
-Attends professional conferences, seminars, and workshops in education and/or educational administration as available, especially those available through the local Intermediate Unit in cooperation with the Diocesan Title II Coordinator.
-Works under the direction of the Diocesan Federal Programs Coordinator.
-Facilitates annual faculty/staff retreats.
-Plans and submits annual budget needs under the direction of the pastor.
-Facilitates grant application process.
-Communicates effectively to properly inform staff, students, and parents.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Actively practicing the Roman Catholic faith with a commitment to Catholic education.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-Master’s degree in Education or School Administration.
-Valid Pennsylvania Elementary Principal Certification.
-Must be able to complete Master Catechist certification per Diocesan program.
-Previous experience in school administration.
-Demonstrated successful budgetary and fiscal management experience.
-Practical leadership and public relations experience to include collaborating with various stakeholders to build a cohesive and positive child-centered school.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record-keeping systems.
-Working knowledge of PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OTHER
-Position is paid over a 12-month period.

Resumes should be submitted to:

Office of Human Resources
2713 West Chestnut Avenue
Altoona, PA 16601

Alternatively, e-mail resumes to: lmcevoy@dioceseaj.org

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

OVERVIEW

Provides for the spiritual direction of the students while serving as the instructional facilitator to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women. Instructs students in activities designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Maintains the Catholicity of the school.
-Instructs classes that incorporate a program of study to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students.
-Creates a classroom environment that is healthy, safe, and conducive to learning.
-Prepares for classes and provides written evidence of plans.
-Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.
-Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
-Establishes and communicates clear objectives.
-Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media.
-Implements the Diocesan philosophy of education and instructional goals.
-Manages and monitors student behavior.
-Assesses students on a regular basis and provides progress reports.
-Identifies students with learning differences with the assistance of Intermediate Unit and/or local LEA guidance.
-Protects students, equipment, materials, and facilities by taking all necessary and reasonable precautions.
-Maintains records according to law, district policy, and administrative regulations.
-Assists the administration with implementing policies and rules governing student life and conduct.
-Responds to and assists with student, staff, parental, and public inquiries in a timely manner.
-Possesses and exhibits extensive knowledge of content area, district curriculum, methodology, resources, and related technology.
-Participates in ongoing professional development.
-Establishes open communication with parents/guardians.
-Completes basic Catechist Program.
-All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
-Supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church.
-Able to satisfactorily complete background checks and training applicable to diocesan and state requirements.
-PA certification in related field of education.
-Successful completion of State Certification Tests (PRAXIS) in appropriate subject.
-Bachelor’s degree in field of education.
-Familiarity with data-driven instruction.
-Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
-Experience with online grading and record keeping systems.
-Familiarity with PowerSchool.

WORKING CONDITIONS
-FLSA Status: Salary Exempt
-Work Status: Full-time/Part-time
-Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift 25 pounds
-Hours Per Week: 40 hours
-Work Schedule: According to school schedule

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