The successful candidate will be a practicing Catholic with a deep understanding of, and commitment to, the mission of Catholic education and the academic development and faith life of students. The successful candidate should be a highly-energetic visionary, knowledgeable in informational and educational technology. Critical to success is the ability to build community through consistent communication and development of positive relationships with faculty, staff, parents/guardians, prospective families, the Board, the Pastor, and the parish through face-to-face interactions, written communication, and social media/online resources. The outstanding candidate will have a proven history of maintaining a positive learning environment that provides opportunities for all students, teachers, and staff to succeed.
A record of applicable teaching and administration experience is required. A Master’s degree in Education with a PA Teacher and Principal Certification is highly preferred, as is demonstrated knowledge of curriculum and 5 years’ administration/leadership experience at the elementary and/or middle school levels.
Please submit resume, background clearances, appropriate certifications, cover letter and application http://www.allentowndiocese.org/files/5713/7754/8183/Application_for_Employment.pdf
by 3/9/17 to Maria Woytek, Search Committee Coordinator:
No phone calls, please.
About St. Joseph the Worker School
St. Joseph the Worker School, established in 1997, is a center for learning, committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ and his Church. The Middle States-accredited school educates over 500 students in Early Childhood, including before care and after care, and Kindergarten through eighth grade with a focus on faith, academics, values, and service. Located in a suburban setting within the Diocese of Allentown, St. Joseph the Worker School features modern and well-appointed facilities, including a dedicated science lab, computer lab, art room, music room, gymnasium, multi-purpose room, and chapel. Its mission is to encourage students to develop Catholic values and critical thinking skills needed for the 21st century. For more information, visit http://www.stjosephtheworkerschool.org/.