The Mission of The John Carroll School
The John Carroll School is a Catholic, co-educational, college-preparatory learning community empowering a diverse student population to attain its highest potential. Through innovative practices and curriculum, we prepare students to positively influence a global society as critical thinkers and creative problem solvers while being socially responsible, spiritually centered, and morally grounded in our Catholic beliefs.
Our Promise to every John Carroll student and parent:
We will provide a Catholic foundation of values, challenging academics, and real-life experiences . . . so that our students will embrace opportunities and excel as responsible participants in the global society. We will do everything possible to instill in all of our students: a strong sense of self; the capacity to achieve their personal fulfillment and professional aspirations; a global perspective; and a strong, moral compass to guide them throughout life.
Working at John Carroll
The John Carroll School is an independent, college-preparatory, co-educational Catholic high school located in Bel Air, Maryland. Rooted in the Scriptural revelation that all people are created in the image and likeness of God, The John Carroll School has and will continue to embrace diversity and inclusion as integral components of our mission. The John Carroll School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and seeks candidates who understand, respect and can contribute to the School’s mission and values.
Math Substitute - Long Term
Position Available: Math Substitute - Long Term
Type of Position: Part-Time
Posting Date: March, 2018
The John Carroll School seeks an experienced, effective, and energetic Mathematics Part-Time Long-Term Substitute to teach two sections of Advanced Algebra 2 to freshmen and one section of a modified Algebra 2 course to juniors beginning in late March until the end of the school year. Candidates should possess a passion for teaching and be able to collaborate with colleagues to keep different sections of the same course progressing at the same rate. Successful candidates will have a proven record of teaching math to high school students, engaging and motivating students, managing a classroom in an effective and safe manner, grading student work in a timely fashion, keeping organized records, following school policies, and respecting John Carroll’s Catholic mission. As necessary, candidates must be available to meet with students for extra help during free periods, before school, or after school.
- Bachelor’s Degree required, advanced degree preferred
- Demonstrated experience teaching high school mathematics, preferably including intermediate and advanced algebra.
- Proficiency in the use of classroom technology: graphing calculators, short-throw projector, various computer applications
- Proven ability to engage students in meaningful lessons and assignments
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills
To Apply For This Position:
Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and a list of three references to:
Gary Scholl, Dean of Professional Development
Equal Employment Opportunity
The John Carroll School shall assure equal employment opportunity in all its employment policies and practices. These policies and practices shall be administered without regard to race, color, national origin, age, gender, marital status, political affiliation, veteran status, sexual orientation, or mental or physical disabilities not affecting one’s ability to perform the essential functions of one’s job.