What is the primary purpose of this position?
The Mathematics teacher facilitates student understanding of mathematics, fostering the
development of logic, problem-solving, and formal mathematical thought. The teacher will be a
passionate educator who is deeply committed to Catholic, faith-based education and student success.
He or she is a subject matter expert that knows how to build a positive classroom culture focused on
learning, uses student learning data to drive his or her work, and delivers engaging rigorous
instruction. The teacher is expected to implement the school mission and philosophy, to follow the
policies of the Diocese of Sacramento, and to adhere to the directives set by school administration.
List all major job functions performed on a regular basis.
All areas of responsibility must be operated consistent with the Catholic mission of the school.
Implement curricula and academic interventions that meet grade-level standards;
Design and implement assessments that measure students’ progress towards grade-level
Use student assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices;
Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues;
Create a positive, achievement-oriented and structured learning environment that excites
and invests students;
Collaborate with teachers and leaders to improve instructional, culture-building and
Maintain grading records, record daily attendance, and complete all required record keeping
as designated by administration, and,
Attend and fully engage in all professional development, staff meetings, liturgies, and school
events such as but not limited to Catechetical training, Back to School Night, Open House,
List skills/experience required for adequate performance in this position. List preferred
experience and skills, if any.
Bachelor’s Degree and Single Subject Teaching Credential, Master’s Degree preferred.
Experience teaching Math at the high school or college level. Experience teaching in Catholic
Mathematics Teacher (St. Francis Catholic High School)