English Teacher Long-Term Substitute, 2 or 4 Month Position
Salesianum is an independent Catholic secondary school for boys founded by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales in 1903 and committed to the education and development of the whole person.
Salesianum seeks an individual to teach Grade 9 and Grade 11 English starting in April 2019 through the end of the school year. The position may extend to cover September 2019 and October 2019 depending upon the availability of the substitute. The long-term substitute teacher will communicate with the full-time teacher and follow the prescribed curriculum of the full-time teacher as well as assume the normal duties of a teacher as described in the Salesianum Employee Handbook. To learn more and apply, please follow this link.
Salesianum seeks an individual to teach Spanish I and Spanish III starting in August 2019 through December 2019. The long-term substitute teacher will communicate with the full-time teacher and follow the prescribed curriculum of the full-time teacher as well as assume the normal duties of a teacher as described in the Salesianum Employee Handbook. The ideal candidate will possess the ability to work closely with the full-time teacher and have a strong background in teaching Spanish. To learn more and apply, please follow this link.
The Science department seeks a Chemistry teacher for a full-time opening for the 2019-2020 school year. Ideal candidates would be able to instruct students in a variety of chemistry courses and additional physical science courses as needed. Preference will be given to candidates whose degree programs and qualifications include work in chemistry, and who have teaching experience or educational training for high school instruction and pedagogy. To learn more and apply, please follow this link.
Alumni Service Corps
The Alumni Service Corp. is seeking four paraprofessional positions in the fields of Admissions, Advancement, Center for Faith and Justice and Curricular / Cocurricular support. While serving Salesianum and the surrounding community, ASC members have the opportunity to develop their professional skill set while gaining hands-on experience that will help in advancing their career. Each service member matches their professional goals to a project or an office on campus.
ASC opportunities are wide ranging and include areas such as coaching, theater, teaching, assisting with events or STEM. Members may also supplement their stipend with additional opportunities for income which include: proctoring, PSAT/SATs and helping supervise after school activities. Interested alumni should contact Mike Webster ’99 Director of Alumni Affairs at email@example.com with any questions or to submit your resume and cover letter (Deadline June 3, 2019)
This position assist Salesianum’s Admission staff from recruitment to acceptance. Learn more
about education administration, enrollment and marketing.
Advancement System Coordinator
This position assists with alumni realtions and fundraising efforts. ASC members will learn more about event and relationship management,nonprofit operations, public relations and marketing.
This position assists to day-to-day operations of the Salesianum’s Center for Faith and Justice. Learn what it takes to develop service projects, emersion trips, develop community and retreats.
Curricular/Cocurricular Support Coordinator
This position supports the faculty and staff who have a direct impact on the student daily
experience. Learn more about student activities, athletics and arts programming and classroom
Who is eligible for the Alumni Service Corps?
- Candidates must be a Salesianum graduate from the class of 2012, or younger, and have earned a four-year degree from an accredited college or university. (All majors are encouraged to apply.)
- Dedicated to one year of service and community living.
Benefits of the Alumni Service Corps
- Professional experience
- Medical benefits
- Deferred student loan payment
- Free housing
- Monthly stipend
Salesianum offers its student body of 1,000 boys a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, diverse extracurricular activities, and a strong retreat and service-learning program, all designed to educate and develop the whole person in the fulfillment of our mission. In keeping with the spirituality of St. Francis de Sales, whose words “Be who you are, and be that well” are reflected in the school’s approach, Salesianum admits students of a wide range of ability and diverse backgrounds. Salesianum takes great pride in striving to form well-rounded Salesian gentlemen who are well-prepared for higher education and the world beyond, gentlemen who are firmly grounded in a relationship with God that orients them to lead lives of service.
Salesianum is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer whose talented and dedicated faculty is the heart of our school. We value the cultivation of a diverse community strengthened by individuals from different backgrounds and viewpoints. In addition to competitive wages and benefits, faculty members enjoy professional development opportunities and a complimentary lunch program. An innovative evaluation and promotion system and tuition assistance for graduate study and continuing education encourage our faculty to stay at the forefront of their specialties, as well as the latest techniques for student engagement.