Employment Opportunities

The Teacher as Catholic Role Model

JPII Teachers strive for academic and spiritual excellence themselves, so that they can model for students how to live as a Catholic adult engaging with the world and sharing the truths of Christ and his Church. To that end, it is crucial that all JPII teachers adopt the role of a true educator, not merely a teacher who imparts information.

These are the types of roles we are currently excited to talk to candidates about:

1st grade teacher – 21 hours per week.

2nd grade teacher – 21 hours per week.

Fine Arts teacher – 4 hours per week

Math teacher – 3 – 6 hours per week

Latin teacher – 3 – 6 hours per week

Middle School Science Teacher – 3 – 6 hours per week.

Job Requirements for a Hybrid School Teacher at JPII:

  1. Education: Fresh college graduates, experienced homeschool parents, semi-retired teachers, or candidates with a similar background. Knowledge of homeschooling or classical education or the liberal arts tradition is very useful.
  2. Catholic Role Model: Demonstrated commitment to living as a Christian adult, engaging with the world and sharing the teachings of Christ and his Church.
  3. Academic Excellence: Commitment to intellectual growth and a dedication to ongoing learning.
  4. Spiritual Excellence: A deep understanding of Catholic teachings and a personal commitment to spiritual growth.
  5. True Educator: Embraces the role of a true educator, focusing not only on imparting information but also on fostering character development and critical thinking skills in students. A genuine passion for guiding and nurturing the academic and spiritual growth of students, in alignment with the mission and values of JPII.
  6. Collaborative Spirit: Ability to work effectively with colleagues, parents, and students in a hybrid school environment.
  7. Adaptability: Flexibility in teaching methods to accommodate a diverse group of learners, including those participating in-person.
  8. Strong Communication Skills: Clear and effective communication with students, parents, and colleagues, both in-person and through digital platforms.
  9. Technologically Proficient: Comfortable using various technology tools to facilitate remote learning and to enhance the overall educational experience.