Hearing the Call?
We are excited that God has called us to have a small, local role in the divine plan of forming Saints, Servants, and Scholars. As God calls us, so we call others to join us in the work! If you are excited to find a ministry in which to flourish and support the growth of God's children, let's discern together! Hear the call with us to strive "Forward, forward, always forward" in unfolding the mission of Christ and His Church here in the Diocese of Toledo.
All qualified candidates must have, prior to the start of the job, current BCI/FBI background checks and Diocese of Toledo Protecting Youth certification. Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter, resume, references, and three letters of recommendation to the Principal-Minister, Gabriel Jakubisin, at email@example.com. Applications received by May 15th, 2021 will receive priority.
See the dropdowns below for current open positions.
Current Open Positions for the 2021-2022 School Year...
4-5 Science and Religion Teacher
Our Middle School team is looking for a new teammate to inspire young people with the glory of creation. By teaching the methods of Science and the discoveries humans have made about the natural world to both 4th and 5th grades while also teaching the Religion curriculum to 4th grade, this position offers a unique opportunity to live St. Pope John Paul II's call to see the proper integration of Faith and Reason. The middle school utilizes block scheduling and makes special use of projects and group learning to facilitate content acquisition and ownership of learning. This is a full-time teaching position with homeroom responsibilities. Since the position involves explicit religion instruction, being a Catholic in good standing is a bona fide job qualification and the position involves Mass planning responsibilities.
6-8 Religion Teacher
St. Joan of Arc School, in line with the Catholic tradition, promotes our Church's teaching through thoughtful faith formation. Students engage the faith through encountering Scripture and Tradition, learning both doctrine and praxis, of their faith. This position will also involve specific catechetical preparation for 8th grade students receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. The successful candidate will be the one who best demonstrates their ability to inspire young people to enter deepen into their faith and understanding of Catholic teaching. Since the position involves explicit religion instruction, being a Catholic in good standing is a bona fide job qualification and the position involves Mass planning responsibilities.
St. Joan of Arc School, in line with the Catholic tradition, sees human creativity as an echo and overflow of God's own creative power. The visual arts curriculum of the Diocese of Toledo Courses of Study encourages student creative artistic expression while also framing that creativity by learning the methods of art and art history. Beyond the art curriculum, the Art teacher also works with the leadership team for art around the school environment, both in displaying individual student work and organizing school-wide projects, but also in terms of historical art and display pieces that support the Catholic culture of the school while integrating a sense of the Beautiful.