- Administrative Assistant to the Principal (Bilingual - English/Spanish)
- English Teacher
- The English teacher is responsible for creating a classroom environment that develops in each student skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing that are fundamental to effective communication and literate citizenship; that develops appreciation of good literature of all types; that motivates students to read widely for information and recreation; that develops standards for critical judgment of written and oral communications transmitted by mass media; and that discovers and develops special talents of students in the field of English.
- Math Teacher
Under the direction of the Principal and Math Department Chair, works to help each pupil develop competence in basic mathematical skills and an understanding of the structure of mathematics; to motivate each pupil to apply mathematical understanding and skills in the solution of practical problems; to encourage pupils to develop their special talents in the field of mathematics.
- Spanish Teacher
The Spanish teacher will have the primary responsibility for planning, programming, and teaching Spanish in alignment with the high school curricular objectives. Additionally, the teacher will be responsible for evaluating and reporting for all students in his or her classes. He or she will be responsible for establishing a positive, encouraging, appropriate relationships with students in which they are both held to high standards and supported in their attempts to meet them. A love of students and complete dedication to their success, combined with a passion for the Spanish language and culture, effective professional skills, a positive, team-centered personality, and a dedication to life-long learning are all necessary for teaching success.
- Social Worker
Minimum Requirements for all ACHS Faculty Positions
The candidate must have strong subject-matter knowledge; effective written and verbal communication skills, excellent time management, organization, multi-tasking skills and can prepare, plan, create and execute informative and engaging lesson plans for their subjects. The candidate must demonstrate the ability to differentiate classroom instruction to accommodate various classroom learners
The ideal candidate:
- Has at least a Bachelor’s degree in a related field
- Has teaching experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
- Is certified to teach in MD, DC, or VA or is willing to gain certification within three years
- Demonstrates strong writing and communication skills, a capacity for organization and follow-through, collaboration, and flexibility.
- Has a growth mindset and a commitment to meeting the needs of every student in a diverse population.
- Is committed to his/her own learning and professional development.
Minimum Educational Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in content areas they wish to teach with a commitment to social justice and working with high school students
Minimum Experience Requirements:
Teaching experience and teacher certification is preferred, but the teacher will be required to be certified 3 years from the date of hire.
The ideal candidate must have knowledge of the Catholic faith, beliefs and practices along with a thorough understanding of and commitment to the educational mission of the Archdiocese of Washington, and the vision of Archbishop Carroll High School.