A. Purpose and Scope Under the supervision of the principal, the teacher is a person of faith who strives to achieve the goals of Catholic education; assumes responsibility for the leadership and management of the grades or classes assigned; develops and implements an instructional program according to the needs of the students and the established Diocesan Curriculum Standards; maintains detailed and accurate records as required by the school; establishes positive school-community relationships; continues professional development to remain current with religious and academic certifications; performs any other job-related tasks deemed necessary and/or assigned by the principal
B. Essential Job Functions • Embraces and models the Catholic philosophy of education • Upholds the doctrinal teachings of the Catholic Church • Organizes the classroom to facilitate student learning • Supervises and provides for the safety, welfare, and care of the students while they are in school • Teaches in accordance with diocesan and local policies as well as appropriate state laws • Develops and implements a daily and weekly schedule covering all areas of curriculum • Maintains accurate records in all record keeping as required by the school • Performs any other job-related tasks deemed necessary and/or assigned by the principal.
C. Minimum Qualifications • Must hold a Bachelor's Degree • Must be certified by the Arizona State Department of Education as a teacher (or equivalent certification). • FBI Fingerprint clearance completed