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Employment Opportunities

Due to increasing enrollment in our school, as well as retirements of longtime teachers, we will fill a number of positions on both campuses. In general, each teacher is responsible for several classes of 20-25 students. Teachers will plan, prepare, and deliver instructional activities, observe and evaluate student performance in accordance with school-wide standards and objectives, and communicate effectively with parents and administration. Qualified candidates must be able to build relationships with students and create a positive classroom culture where all students are supported to meet academic, character, and behavior expectations.  Open positions include:
 
Lower Campus:

Music (part-time) -- This individual will teach prekindergarten through grade 5 students on a weekly basis. Classes take place in the dedicated music room in the separate Fine Arts Center on campus. Topics covered include music appreciation, reading music, and creating music with a variety of instruments.
 
Upper Campus:
 
English & Literature (full-time) -- This individual will work within a small team to improve student writing and reading skills through the reinforcement of grammar skills and vocabulary, the introduction of a variety of writing forms and basic research skills, and the exploration of a variety of literature genres. Courses are leveled on the basis of placement tests.
 
Mathematics (full-time) -- In cooperation with an experienced team, this individual will deliver a robust and challenging curriculum in mathematical concepts. Students are leveled into classes by ability. Courses include Introduction to Pre-Algebra, Pre-Algebra, and Algebra, and Geometry.
 

 

Preferred applicants should be practicing Catholics, hold an appropriate New Hampshire teaching certification (or be eligible for certification), and be ready to embrace our school mission of developing students who are confident, independent, lifelong learners, who lead by example, and who live their lives with integrity and concern for others.


All individuals who work with students will be required to complete Safe Haven Online Training as well as a criminal background check. Interested applicants must complete a Diocesan Teacher Application and forward it along with a letter of interest, resume, college transcripts, and 3 letters of reference to:


Principal Cindy Clarke

Saint Christopher Academy

20 Cushing Avenue, Nashua, NH 03064

cclarke@saintchrisacademy.org