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22 Oct 2019

Full-Time Preschool Teacher

 Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States

Job Description

ST HUBERT CATHOLIC COMMUNITY

LITTLE SAINTS PRESCHOOL

8201 Main Street            

Chanhassen, MN 55317

JOB DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLESPreschool Teacher

DATE: October/November 2019

FLSA:

Exempt/Professional

40+ Hours per week

Which can include evenings and weekends as required or needed.

Eligible for benefits

 

REPORTS TO: Preschool Director

 

RECIEVES WORK DIRECTION FROM:  School Principal, Preschool Director, Pastor and HR

 

DIRECT REPORTS:  Student

 

PROVIDES WORK DIRECTION TO:  Teacher assistants, parent volunteersand maintenance

 

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: 

This person is to assist the faculty to guide, direct and challenge students in subject matter and skills in a manner consistent to our St. Hubert School Mission Statement.

 

* GENERAL RESPONSIBLITIES:

Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner, which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church.  Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the church or give rise to scandal. It is required that this employee be an active, participating Roman Catholic.

 

REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • *Be present where needed, ready to work as needed to meet responsibilities. Includes recognizing when situations require more effort, seeking approval to put in more time if needed, satisfying responsibilities in a timely manner, providing an example of punctuality and attendance, and generally ensuring all instruction of children is taken care of in a professional and responsible manner.
  • *Help create a productive environment where there is harmony, good moral and cooperative teamwork, monitor productivity and take corrective action as appropriate.
  • *Assist and support the administration in implementing policies and rules governing student life, conduct and behavior.
  • *To establish and maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the developmental age and interest of the students.
  • *Be present in the classroom and remain on school grounds during scheduled times.
  • *Demonstrate effective, appropriate student-management skills.
  • *Participate in faith formation activities with students and colleagues including but not limited to liturgies, prayer services, daily prayer and retreats.
  • *Maintain appropriate and safe conduct in the classroom and throughout the campus and making sure that students are never left unsupervised in any part of the school facility.
  • *Maintain a positive learning environment.
  • *Develop rules of classroom behavior and procedure that maintain order in a fair and just manner consistent with school policy.
  • *Incorporate school discipline policies in overall classroom management techniques as consistent with entire school program.
  • *Take necessary precautions to protect equipment, materials and facilities from harm and vandalism.
  • *Be responsible for instruction of curriculum in assigned classes.
  • *Coordinate and plan curriculum with teaching team.
  • *Plan a program of study consistent with the appropriate curriculum needs of the students.
  • *Respond to the needs of all learners in your classes by providing opportunities of differentiated instruction.
  • *Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and in harmony with the goals; establish clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • *Use a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs, interest, and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved.
  • *Utilize SMART board as a teaching tool.
  • *Be responsible for annually updating your written curriculum plans and following them.
  • *Recognize student exceptional educational needs and cooperate with consultants/specialists in assessing and assisting students solve health, attitude and learning problems.
  • *Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required using a variety of assessments tools and portfolio design.
  • *All teachers are responsible for correcting papers, scoring tests and keeping accurate grade books. Objective evidence of a student’s progress must be available on computer.
  • *Maintain current, accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, school policy, and school administrative requirements.
  • *Communicate frequently with parents/guardians via telephone, notes, email, newsletters, conferences and special education staffing and/or behavior concerns.
  • *All teachers should be sending newsletters out to parents/guardians on a regular basis. It is required that they should be created on a computer or word processor.  It is required that they must be professional in appearance with correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • *Check mailboxes, email and voice mail several times though out the day.
  • *Read parent web site bulletins, faculty bulletins, memos, etc.
  • *Distribute any information to go home with students the same day it is received.
  • *All excuses for absence, notes for medical appointments or change in dismissal routine, etc and must be sent to the school office with attendance each morning.
  • *Conduct conferences as scheduled throughout the year.
  • *Accidents/injuries/illness must be reported to the office immediately.A record is kept of all students reporting to the health office for every visit.  Students who appear ill or injured should not be sent to the health office alone.
  • *Maintain and improve professional competence through staff development activities provided by school and self-selected professional growth activities.
  • *Attend faculty meetings, in-service training and teacher workshops as required.
  • *Participate on curricular, extra-curricular, and instructional development committees along with participating in the planning and supervising of student activities to the extent possible.
  • *Reinforce Catholic educational identity to school/parish/local communities.
  • *Conduct behavior that is professional, collegial, confidential, and respectful.
  • *Demonstrate professionalism in behavior, speech, and dress.
  • *Attend all required meeting including staff meetings, All-Staff days, Parish sponsored retreats, parent-teacher conferences, school programs, committee meetings, Spring Gala, Open Houses, and any other meetings deemed necessary by the principal.
  • *Must demonstrate the willingness to embrace Parish and School business, strategic and ministerial objectives and show full cooperation with their implementations.
  • *Promote preschool through family activities in the evening and open houses.
  • *Other responsibilities identified as needed by the employee and approved and/or assigned by the supervisor.

 

The responsibilities listed above are representative of the position and are not all-inclusive.  Those proceeded by “*” are essential functions of the job.  More detailed listings of the duties and tasks are outlined in supplemental documents.  These supplemental documents would include, but not limited to, policy handbooks, codes of conduct, posted procedures, etc.

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Must be an active, practicing Catholic.
  • All licensed teachers are required to have the required number of renewal credits per five-year teaching period for certificate renewal as state law mandates.  All teaching certificates must be current.
  • Teachers are expected to provide any other information/requirements necessary to renew certificates.
  • Appropriate educational experiences
  •  Works effectively and collegially with others
  • Ability to make decisions
  • Ability to work without supervision
  • Ability to learn and implement new education strategies
  • Ability to manage and maintain a classroom of students effectively
  • Ability to take direction from the Principal, Assistant Principal or Director of Early Childhood and effectively complete new programs, processes and procedures as directed.
  • Able to pass required background check and complete required initial training.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, a degree in Early Childhood preferred.

 

 

MENTAL DEMANDS:

  • Respect the confidentiality of the students, staff, families and co-workers.
  • Integrity and honesty
  • Ability to communicate positively with students, staff and public in a proactive manner.
  • Ability and desire to work as a team player with St. Hubert School and Parish faculty and staff.
  • Be knowledgeable and supportive of St. Hubert Catholic Mission and Philosophy.
  • Be active, knowledgeable and supportive of the Catholic faith and witness this to the community.
  • Must be able to handle the stress of dealing with children’s accidents and emergencies at all times throughout the day.
  • Ability to work in a busy and occasionally noisy environment
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
  • Must have proficiency in technology skills as the position demands, including but not limited to the Internet and Apple software.
  • Demonstrate continual growth in technology knowledge and skills to stay abreast of current and emerging technologies.
  • Ability to keep track of dates and times of schedules.
  • Ability to maintain a positive demeanor and cheerful disposition at all times.
  • Able to maintain an active awareness of what children are doing at all times.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Must be able to work 40+ hours per week, which may include some evening and weekends.
  • Must be able to fulfill total commitments of the educational program and other school activities of the school year.
  • Must be able to lift, carry and move 40 pounds frequently during the day, which may include lifting children and carrying supplies.
  • Must be able to walk, stand and sit for periods of time both indoors and outside on both even and uneven surfaces.
  • Must be able to perform job in all outdoor/indoor temperatures and weather conditions.
  • Must be able to push/pull carts of supplies of up to 100 lbs. occasionally.
  • Be able to reach, bend, kneel, squat, stoop and stretch during the day.
  • Must have normal dexterity to operate computer keyboards, telephones and small toys, puzzles, writing instruments.
  • Must have good motor skills and eye-hand coordination and possess normal correctable hearing.

Job Qualifications: ST. HUBERT CATHOLIC COMMUNITY LITTLE SAINTS PRESCHOOL 8201 Main Street Chanhassen, MN 55317 JOB DESCRIPTION POSITION TITLES: Preschool Teacher DATE: October/November 2019 FLSA: Exempt/Professional 40+ Hours per week Which can include evenings and weekends as required or needed. Eligible for benefits REPORTS TO: Preschool Director RECIEVES WORK DIRECTION FROM: School Principal, Preschool Director, Pastor and HR DIRECT REPORTS: Student PROVIDES WORK DIRECTION TO: Teacher assistants, parent volunteers and maintenance PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: This person is to assist the faculty to guide, direct and challenge students in subject matter and skills in a manner consistent to our St. Hubert School Mission Statement. * GENERAL RESPONSIBLITIES: Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner, which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the church or give rise to scandal. It is required that this employee be an active, participating Roman Catholic. REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:  *Be present where needed, ready to work as needed to meet responsibilities. Includes recognizing when situations require more effort, seeking approval to put in more time if needed, satisfying responsibilities in a timely manner, providing an example of punctuality and attendance, and generally ensuring all instruction of children is taken care of in a professional and responsible manner.  *Help create a productive environment where there is harmony, good moral and cooperative teamwork, monitor productivity and take corrective action as appropriate.  *Assist and support the administration in implementing policies and rules governing student life, conduct and behavior.  *To establish and maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the developmental age and interest of the students.  *Be present in the classroom and remain on school grounds during scheduled times.  *Demonstrate effective, appropriate student-management skills.  *Participate in faith formation activities with students and colleagues including but not limited to liturgies, prayer services, daily prayer and retreats.  *Maintain appropriate and safe conduct in the classroom and throughout the campus and making sure that students are never left unsupervised in any part of the school facility.  *Maintain a positive learning environment.  *Develop rules of classroom behavior and procedure that maintain order in a fair and just manner consistent with school policy.  *Incorporate school discipline policies in overall classroom management techniques as consistent with entire school program.  *Take necessary precautions to protect equipment, materials and facilities from harm and vandalism.  *Be responsible for instruction of curriculum in assigned classes.  *Coordinate and plan curriculum with teaching team.  *Plan a program of study consistent with the appropriate curriculum needs of the students.  *Respond to the needs of all learners in your classes by providing opportunities of differentiated instruction.  *Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and in harmony with the goals; establish clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.  *Use a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs, interest, and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved.  *Utilize SMART board as a teaching tool.  *Be responsible for annually updating your written curriculum plans and following them.  *Recognize student exceptional educational needs and cooperate with consultants/specialists in assessing and assisting students solve health, attitude and learning problems.  *Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required using a variety of assessments tools and portfolio design.  *All teachers are responsible for correcting papers, scoring tests and keeping accurate grade books. Objective evidence of a student’s progress must be available on computer.  *Maintain current, accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, school policy, and school administrative requirements.  *Communicate frequently with parents/guardians via telephone, notes, email, newsletters, conferences and special education staffing and/or behavior concerns.  *All teachers should be sending newsletters out to parents/guardians on a regular basis. It is required that they should be created on a computer or word processor. It is required that they must be professional in appearance with correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.  *Check mailboxes, email and voice mail several times though out the day.  *Read parent web site bulletins, faculty bulletins, memos, etc.  *Distribute any information to go home with students the same day it is received.  *All excuses for absence, notes for medical appointments or change in dismissal routine, etc and must be sent to the school office with attendance each morning.  *Conduct conferences as scheduled throughout the year.  *Accidents/injuries/illness must be reported to the office immediately. A record is kept of all students reporting to the health office for every visit. Students who appear ill or injured should not be sent to the health office alone.  *Maintain and improve professional competence through staff development activities provided by school and self-selected professional growth activities.  *Attend faculty meetings, in-service training and teacher workshops as required.  *Participate on curricular, extra-curricular, and instructional development committees along with participating in the planning and supervising of student activities to the extent possible.  *Reinforce Catholic educational identity to school/parish/local communities.  *Conduct behavior that is professional, collegial, confidential, and respectful.  *Demonstrate professionalism in behavior, speech, and dress.  *Attend all required meeting including staff meetings, All-Staff days, Parish sponsored retreats, parent-teacher conferences, school programs, committee meetings, Spring Gala, Open Houses, and any other meetings deemed necessary by the principal.  *Must demonstrate the willingness to embrace Parish and School business, strategic and ministerial objectives and show full cooperation with their implementations.  *Promote preschool through family activities in the evening and open houses.  *Other responsibilities identified as needed by the employee and approved and/or assigned by the supervisor. The responsibilities listed above are representative of the position and are not all-inclusive. Those proceeded by “*” are essential functions of the job. More detailed listings of the duties and tasks are outlined in supplemental documents. These supplemental documents would include, but not limited to, policy handbooks, codes of conduct, posted procedures, etc. QUALIFICATIONS: • Must be an active, practicing Catholic. • All licensed teachers are required to have the required number of renewal credits per five-year teaching period for certificate renewal as state law mandates. All teaching certificates must be current. • Teachers are expected to provide any other information/requirements necessary to renew certificates. • Appropriate educational experiences • Works effectively and collegially with others • Ability to make decisions • Ability to work without supervision • Ability to learn and implement new education strategies • Ability to manage and maintain a classroom of students effectively • Ability to take direction from the Principal, Assistant Principal or Director of Early Childhood and effectively complete new programs, processes and procedures as directed. • Able to pass required background check and complete required initial training. • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, a degree in Early Childhood preferred. MENTAL DEMANDS: • Respect the confidentiality of the students, staff, families and co-workers. • Integrity and honesty • Ability to communicate positively with students, staff and public in a proactive manner. • Ability and desire to work as a team player with St. Hubert School and Parish faculty and staff. • Be knowledgeable and supportive of St. Hubert Catholic Mission and Philosophy. • Be active, knowledgeable and supportive of the Catholic faith and witness this to the community. • Must be able to handle the stress of dealing with children’s accidents and emergencies at all times throughout the day. • Ability to work in a busy and occasionally noisy environment • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. • Must have proficiency in technology skills as the position demands, including but not limited to the Internet and Apple software. • Demonstrate continual growth in technology knowledge and skills to stay abreast of current and emerging technologies. • Ability to keep track of dates and times of schedules. • Ability to maintain a positive demeanor and cheerful disposition at all times. • Able to maintain an active awareness of what children are doing at all times. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: • Must be able to work 40+ hours per week, which may include some evening and weekends. • Must be able to fulfill total commitments of the educational program and other school activities of the school year. • Must be able to lift, carry and move 40 pounds frequently during the day, which may include lifting children and carrying supplies. • Must be able to walk, stand and sit for periods of time both indoors and outside on both even and uneven surfaces. • Must be able to perform job in all outdoor/indoor temperatures and weather conditions. • Must be able to push/pull carts of supplies of up to 100 lbs. occasionally. • Be able to reach, bend, kneel, squat, stoop and stretch during the day. • Must have normal dexterity to operate computer keyboards, telephones and small toys, puzzles, writing instruments. • Must have good motor skills and eye-hand coordination and possess normal correctable hearing.

Organizational Name: St Hubert Catholic School - Little Saints Preschool

Organizational City: Chanhassen

Position Contact Name: Oona Myhre

Position Contact Title: Preschool Director

Position Contact Email: oona.myhre@sthubert.org

Position Contact Phone: 952.934.6003 ext 326

Benefits: Included

Experience: Required

Setting: Urban

School Enrollment: 1-100

Minnesota Teacher's License: Not Required

Number of Classrooms: 0-10

Number of Faculty: 1-25

How to Apply

Contact Preschool Director directly, Oona Myhre, at oona.myhre@sthubert.org  

Job Categories: Preschool / Childcare. Job Types: Full-Time.

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