Job Description St. Jerome School is transitioning to a Catholic liberal arts program serving students in PreK-grade 8. We are in our 3rd year of this transition, and we are seeking a humanities teacher with a liberal arts background to lead and teach the 6-8th humanities program at St. Jerome’s in the 2021-22 school year and beyond. We are hopeful that an educator who possesses a love for classical education, strong teaching skills, and a commitment to serving in an urban setting will inquire about joining our community. We offer dynamic and meaningful professional development and many opportunities to be a teacher leader within our school. We serve a community with many emergent bilingual learners (EL) and some special-needs students. Please see attached for more information and reach out with any questions. Job Qualifications We are seeking an experienced and committed educator who can teach middle-school humanities within a Catholic classical program and promote the formation of each child in truth, beauty and goodness, in accordance with the mission and philosophy of St. Jerome School. Our ideal candidate will: ~ Be attracted to a Catholic liberal arts school ~ Be a gifted teacher and knowledgeable about the craft of teaching ~ Have a love for the life of the mind and a personal commitment to liberal learning ~ Have a clear understanding of the classical model or experience in a classical school ~ Have and a mission-driven commitment to promoting liberal learning in an urban setting ~ Have experience working with exceptional learners, especially EL and special education students ~ Have a willingness to continue his/her formation and growth as an educator and human being by participating in professional development and academic opportunities ~ Show evidence of classroom management techniques and philosophy that promote virtue

How to Apply/Who to Contact

To apply, please send a letter of interest, a list of references, and a resume to Principal Anne Gattman at agattman@stjeromeschool.org.