Openings for Summer 2013
Computer Keyboarding and Applications Teacher
This position requires knowledge and experience teaching students the touch-typing skill using the QWERTY (standard) keyboard and to provide instruction in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs (word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations), finding and gathering research information using Boolean search techniques, as well as using Presentation’s online subscriptions. The teacher must have experience teaching computer keyboarding.
This position requires a math degree and a teaching credential or MS in math. Experience teaching Geometry is preferred. The curriculum taught in the course is the second semester of a standard high school course in Geometry. Candidates must be available to teach July 8-26 between 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Monday through Friday. Salary for this course is $3,000.
Algebra II Teacher
This position requires a math degree and a teaching credential or MS in math. Experience teaching Algebra II is preferred. The curriculum taught in the course is the second semester of a standard high school course in Algebra II. Candidates must be available to teach July 8-26 between 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Salary for this course is $3,000.
Openings for 2013-2014
The educational technologist is responsible for facilitating the instructional design, development, implementation, and evaluation of technology to enhance learning.
Click here for a detailed description: Educational Technologist.
Presentation High School is seeking an on-site graphic designer. Click here for a detailed job description: Graphic Designer Job Description.
Campus Minister/Community Involvement Coordinator
Presentation High School is seeking a practicing Catholic to join the Campus Ministry and Community Involvement teams in a full-time position. As a Campus Minister, this position involves liturgy- and retreat-planning and faith formation of both students and faculty. As a Community Involvement Coordinator, the position involves coordinating/advising the Community Involvement student organization, coordinating student volunteer placements with non-profits in Santa Clara County, coordinating school-wide drives to benefit local agencies, planning and supervising immersion trips both locally and internationally. The position provides the opportunity to assist high school students to move their faith into action through service to others.
Community Involvement Program Moderator
Presentation High School is seeking a Community Involvement Program Moderator to help coordinate an extensive student volunteer/social justice education program. The Community Involvement Program is the realization of the school motto, "Not Words, But Deeds." The Moderator is responsible for planning and chaperoning immersion trips, social justice projects, service opportunities and fundraisers in conjunction with the Director. The Moderator will help ensure that Presentation High School maintains programs in these areas that are dynamic and vital to the faith formation of our community members as they seek to become leaders who serve God by working for justice and serving others.