Remember the call to mission you felt when you first decided to become a teacher?
Become a part of a school who embraces that mission daily by empowering students to change the trajectory of their lives. Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School is a Catholic learning community that educates young men and women to become people of faith, purpose and service. A rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with an innovative Corporate Work Study Program, prepares students for success in college and life. Please visit our website www.cristoreybr.org to learn more about our unique program.
We’re expanding our team! To meet our growing enrollment demands and the addition of an 11th grade class, Cristo Rey Baton Rouge is seeking dedicated, innovative Math Teachers to join our faculty for the 2018-2019 school year. Teachers at Cristo Rey Baton Rouge maintain high expectations for our students and work tirelessly to support each student’s learning, growth, and development. We are looking for mission-driven individuals to build a culture of joyfulness, creativity, respect, responsibility, and perseverance. Our dream team will be comprised of members who strive to be constantly learning, reflecting, creating, and developing. We offer a competitive salary and benefits, a safe working environment, and top-notch professional development.
If you are called to our mission and believe you have what it takes to be part of our team, please submit the following documents:
Resume, which includes all teaching experience, certification, and degrees held
A cover letter that describes your strengths and educational philosophy, why you wish to be part of our team, as well as ways in which your previous life experiences have prepared you for this role
Applicants should meet the following minimum requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Education or subject area field or who meet certification eligibility
A strong work ethic and commitment to the Cristo Rey mission and values
Teaching experience preferred, ideally at the middle or high school level and with schools that serve economically disadvantaged students