About Our Hiring Process
As part of the Education Ministry of the Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi, the faculty and staff at The Franciscan School live out the mission of our parish through their academic vocations. All instructional and non-instructional school staffing decisions are made by the Principal. Prior to a formal offer of employment, a thorough criminal background check and reference check occur. All employees must be familiar with, and are bound by, the Diocesan Code of Conduct for Church Personnel. Each employee at TFS is directly responsible to and held accountable by the Principal for the successful accomplishment of their duties.
The Franciscan School is rooted in the Franciscan tradition of education providing insight into God and His plan for us, and affords a learning environment that embraces the Gospel values of the Roman Catholic faith.
The faculty, staff and administrative team work together to provide a safe and academically challenging environment. This environment builds upon the charism of the Catholic Church, and our Franciscan traditions, to form our students as fine young men and women prepared for the future academically, socially, and morally.
Candidates must have NC teaching licensure or be able to obtain NC teaching licensure. Preferred candidates will have teaching experience in education, and a record of excellence in their field.
If you are interested in joining a dynamic educational environment working with dedicated professionals to provide an academically challenging experience for our students, please send a cover letter, that includes your educational philosophy and the position in which you have interest, and resume with three references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Positions at The Franciscan School
The Franciscan School has the following teaching positions available beginning in the 2019-2020 school year.
Candidates for the teaching positions must have NC teaching licensure or be able to obtain it.
If you are interested in joining a dynamic educational environment working with dedicated professionals to provide an academically challenging experience for our students, please send a resume and cover letter that includes your educational philosophy to: email@example.com
Middle School Social Studies Teacher, Full-time beginning in August 2019
The Franciscan School is seeking a qualified history/social studies teacher to join our middle school faculty as a full time social studies teacher. Preferred candidates will have teaching experience in history, geography and/or social studies instruction in the middle grades, and experience in utilizing various classroom technologies. Additionally, the candidate will work with the other middle and elementary school social studies teachers to ensure a clear progression through the grade levels and preparation for the demands of our curriculum. The candidate will demonstrate the ability to use innovation and vision to implement the goals and requirements of the Diocesan Social Studies curriculum in their lesson plans to prepare the students for their continuing academic success.
Teacher, Grade 4, Full-time beginning in August 2019
The primary role of the classroom teacher will be to instruct students in the Diocesan Curriculum, while challenging them to move beyond their current level of academic success. The candidate will demonstrate the ability to draw the students out to reach their full potential as it applies to the goals and requirements of the Diocesan curriculum. As an instructor in a school with over 630 students, the ability to tie together the lessons within each grade as part of the grade level team, and make them build upon each other year after year, using established best practices and methods for instruction, is essential. The applicant would be responsible for working together with the entire faculty and the administrative team to provide a safe and academically challenging environment. One that builds upon the charism of the Catholic Church, and our Franciscan traditions, to form our students as fine young men and women prepared for their futures academically, socially, and morally. Preferred candidates for this position will have teaching experience in elementary education and a record of excellence.