Teacher, Grade 2 (long-term sub) in Baltimore, MD at The Archdiocese of Baltimore

Date Posted: 2/19/2021

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Job Description

St. Ursula School, located in Parkville, MD, is seeking a 2nd grade long term substitute teacher. The teacher will be responsible for integrating the mission of St. Ursula School in all planning, teaching, grading, and in all school duties for the betterment of our students.  This is an in-person teaching opportunity from March thru the end of the current school year.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Understands, believes in, and communicates joyfully about the St. Ursula mission in all endeavors.
  • Provides grade appropriate instructional program for students in grade
  • Maintains an attractive, organized, and engaging learning environment.
  • Develops lesson plans with clear objectives in line with the Archdiocesan Course of Study.
  • Provides grade appropriate extended or enrichment opportunities.
  • Uses relevant technology to support/enhance instruction for both in-person and remote learners.
  • Maintains appropriate control through positive discipline techniques to enhance the learning environment.
  • Maintains accurate and complete records of students' progress and development.
  • Provides regular and consistent communication with parents, students, staff and administration as outlined by the St. Ursula School Parent Handbook and Faculty/Staff Handbook.
  • Performs assigned duties when needed for the supervision of students before, during or after school including lunch duties, recess duties, dismissal duties, detention and any other duties assigned by the administration.
  • When requested, participates in faculty meetings, school committees, student activities and in-service learning opportunities.
  • Attends school events including Parent/Teacher conference days, and other events as requested by the administration.

Job Requirements

● Bachelor degree in education or early childhood education
● Current MSDE certification
● Successful experience in student teaching or classroom teaching
● Positive references and recommendations
● Clear ability to promote and witness to our Roman Catholic Faith
● Basic understanding and acceptance of Catholic school philosophy, goals and objectives
● Must be comfortable with technology such as Chromebooks, web conferencing camera system, website maintenance, interactive white boards, etc.