BREBEUF JESUIT MISSION STATEMENT
Brebeuf Jesuit, a Catholic and Jesuit school, provides an excellent college preparatory education for a lifetime of service by forming leaders who are intellectually competent, open to growth, loving, religious and committed to promoting justice. Fostering a culture of understanding and dialogue, Brebeuf Jesuit seeks and welcomes students from diverse religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Students at Brebeuf Jesuit are called to discover and cultivate the fullness of their God-given talents as a responsibility and as an act of worship.
TITLE OF POSITION: Mathematics and Computer Science Teacher
ACCOUNTABILITY: This position reports to the department chair and principal.
(Note: The following list of responsibilities is not exhaustive. Others may be assigned, subject to reasonable accommodations.)
- Implement departmental curricula for subject areas by collaborating with other teachers of those courses to ensure a similar learning experience for all students.
- Be available to offer students extra help during some of your daily prep time.
- Actively engage parents and students in regular and thoughtful communication about progress and setbacks.
- Support school-wide Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) learning environment.
- Design and plan activities pertinent to the theme “The Digital Student,” including but not limited to: creativity and innovation in cross-platform learning environment; communication and collaboration; research and information literacy; critical and ethical use of effective technologies.
- Develop and grow curricula in department areas through regular curriculum review and collaborative revision.
- Participate in professional development initiatives.
- Participate in the extracurricular life of the students and the school.
- Teach and lead students in accordance with Ignatian educational principles and the mission of Brebeuf Jesuit.
Courses traditionally taught under computer science:
Digital Citizenship (required of all first-year students); Advanced Computer Applications; Web Design, Advanced Web Design, Computer Programming I and II, AP Computer Science (Java), Special Topics/Independent Study. New course offerings are possible dependent on candidate expertise.
Courses traditionally taught under mathematics:
Algebra (all levels), Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus (all levels), Statistics, and various Honors/AP sections of these courses.
- Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics
- Indiana Teaching License with certification in math instruction
- Prior background in the study, practice, and/or teaching of subject area(s)
- Demonstrated proficiency with: Google Apps for Education; cross-platform systems (Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android and Chrome); Microsoft Office; HTML and web design theory; database structure; digital video and desktop publishing creation
- Sensitivity to diversity
- Master’s Degree or advanced technical certification
- Experience in object oriented programming, JAVA and/or mobile apps
- Two to five years of teaching experience
- Prior experience in diverse working community
- Capability to teach or learn to teach math at any level
Instructions for Applying
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