Career Opportunities

Temporary Latin Teacher

Job Status

Part-Time, temporary

Start Date

April 17 – May 24, 2023

Salary Range

$1,125 per course

Description

We are looking for a teacher of High School LATIN to join our team of committed educators as we strive to assist parents in the formation of their children through a classical education rooted in the Catholic faith.

  • Latin IIb meets M/W (10:11–11:31) & Fri (10:45–11:21)
  • Latin IIa meets M/W (12:17–1:37) & Fri (12:27–1:03)

Requirements

A bachelor’s or master’s degree in a related field of study is required. Teaching experience is preferred, particularly training in classical education, but training will be provided for the right applicant. The candidate must be a practicing Catholic, willing to make an Oath of Fidelity to the Magisterium, whose life of faith serves as an example to our students and families.

Candidates must demonstrate excellent organizational, written, and verbal communication skills; be adaptable to the classical classroom; be able to contribute to curriculum development; and demonstrate a desire to share their gifts and talents with the students and administration of the school.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter and resume with three professional references to Dr. John P. Joy at: john.joy@ambroseacademy.org

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Mission

St. Ambrose Academy, established in 2003, is accredited by the National Association of Catholic & Independent Schools (NAPCIS). We are a 6–12 grade private Catholic classical academy located in Madison, Wisconsin with a rapidly growing student body and a vibrant Catholic community.

Aware that all truth has its origin and end in the person of Jesus Christ, our students study Catholic theology and college preparatory subjects through the teachings of the Magisterium and the primary works of civilization’s greatest thinkers. Offered regular access to the Sacraments and mentored by teachers who foster a deep love of Jesus Christ, students see and are led to imitate the virtues which joyfully compel a life lived in knowledge, love, and service of Christ and His Church.