Interested in working in Catholic education? Passionate about making a difference in the lives of junior high schoolers? Check out our open positions below. All applications can be sent directly to Michael Gaumont at email@example.com.
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Grade 7 Language
Grade 7 Language Arts Teacher
St. Joseph Regional Jr. High School is seeking a full-time, charismatic, certified language arts educator for our growing team. The seventh grade language arts teacher will partake in the development and implementation of a comprehensive literacy curriculum and should be able to observe, instruct, support, and enrich students' learning. Please send applications, resume, three letters of recommendation and references to Michael Gaumont, Principal
At St. Joseph Regional Jr. High School is seeking substitute teachers invested in 7th and 8th grade Catholic education. We love aspiring teachers, retired educators, and those who want to remain active in a wholehearted educational community. Two-years of college would be required, a completed application, criminal background check, and Safe Environment training will be provided. Catholic school principals coordinate and share substitutes when possible so we would keep you busy if you are trustworthy, kind, self-directed, and punctual. $75/per day.
Every person employed by St. Joseph School must fulfill the following requirements:
Complete the child abuse awareness training online called Safe Haven. >>> register for a new account, start the curriculum, watch the 3 videos and then download your certificate. The school will be able to verify that you have done this on our end as well.
Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9) SFS will need a copy of your driver’s license and one of the following documents: birth certificate, social security card, or passport.
Provide the Business Office with a voided check for direct deposit.
To schedule an appointment, call the State of NH Department of Safety at (603) 223-3867 and select "option 1." Do not sign up through the State’s website.
When speaking with customer service or leaving a message, please specifically state that you are being fingerprinted “under the Adam Walsh Act for the Diocese of Manchester” (do not mention your individual school).
There are a number of fingerprinting sites to choose from, which are listed below. At your appointment, you will need to present your ID and state the purpose for the fingerprinting (“school employment for the Diocese of Manchester under the Adam Walsh Act”).
Once fingerprinted, you will be given an Applicant/Licensing Livescan Fingerprinting form. Immediately return this form along with the signed NH School Employee Criminal Records Check Form to your school.
There is no need to enclose money and the NH form does not have to be notarized.