La Salle seeks a full-time science teacher to join its faculty for the upcoming 2021-2022 academic year beginning August 16, 2021. As a member of the Science Department, you will advance student learning in all levels of Physics (introductory through Advanced Placement) and Integrated Science through an inquiry-based method, prompting students to understand their world as educated observers and constant learners. You will also play the role of mentor, coach, and experienced guide, forming respectful relationships in community by supporting (or leading) a team, program, club, or activity. Through spiritual formation, academic preparation, and personal growth, you will shape the lives of our students who leave prepared to serve the community at large.
In addition to cash compensation, La Salle offers a robust benefits package that affirms the school's commitment to supporting its faculty in various stages in their careers, including health plans, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, retirement plan, lunch allowance, tuition remission, professional development, and employee assistance program.
Who You Are
We are looking to welcome a colleague who has:
a degree in a relevant subject area (such as physics or engineering);
the ability to demonstrate and implement effective uses of multiple digital technologies in teaching;
secondary or undergraduate teaching experience. Additional expertise from industry preferred.
La Salle welcomes applications from candidates who bring expertise from relevant areas of industry, in addition to teaching.
How to Apply
Want to make a difference? Take the first step by applying online at https://www.lschs.org/about-la-salle/employment and upload a letter of interest and current resume. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis with a preferred April 12, 2021 deadline until the position is filled.
School Mission & Signature Programs
La Salle College High School is an independent Catholic college preparatory school of 1,090 young men founded in 1858. La Salle emphasizes a "broad and balanced human and Christian education in the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle. Dedicated to the education of the "whole student," La Salle welcomes students from a variety of backgrounds. La Salle seeks to guide students in the development of God-given talents and fosters a commitment to academic excellence, service, and leadership." On average, 100% of the graduating class goes on to college. On average, 35% of each graduating class achieves the designation of AP Scholar.
A Microsoft IT Academy School since 1995, La Salle has pioneered student-centered teaching and learning in digital technologies and is in the process of expanding these programs through the recent (2021) creation of an Emerging Technology in Business and Design (ETBD) program.
Equal Employment Opportunity
La Salle College High School is committed to an equal employment opportunity policy in all aspects of employment and does not discriminate or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, pregnancy, national origin, citizenship, age, marital status, handicap, or disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or on any other characteristic protected by law. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all employment practices and decisions of La Salle College High School including recruitment, hiring, promotion, job assignment or reassignment, transfer, compensation, discipline, termination, access to benefits, training, and other terms and conditions of employment.
La Salle College High School is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and respect. La Salle seeks candidates of diverse backgrounds and experiences who embrace different perspectives, including socioeconomic and religious.