We appreciate your interest in employment at Faith Christian School. We accept applications for employment at any time of the year. All applications will be reviewed and considered as we look to fill any open positions we may have in the immediate future or the coming school year. If interested please send your cover letter, resume and application to Jr. High/ High School Principal, Mr. Lance Haliday.
The primary responsibility of the teacher is to promote the mission and purpose of Faith Christian School and to serve as a Christian role model for students. The teacher is to effectively communicate and model a Christian worldview, maintain a classroom environment conducive to learning. The teacher should be able to address individual needs of students academically, emotionally and spiritually.
- A California teaching credential or significant experience is preferred.
- Teachers must be committed to Christian education and must be supportive of Faith Christian School's Mission and Purpose to "Reinforce the Christian Training of the Home and Church."
- He/she must be active in a local church that is in harmony with the school's Statement of Faith and Christian school philosophy.
- Teachers should demonstrate a growing relationship with God.
- Teachers should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal relation skills, classroom management and organizational skills and knowledge of various teaching materials and methodologies.
Part Time Spanish Teacher
The Spanish Teacher's job is to help students communicate and understand the Spanish language. The teacher is to encourage students to practice vocabularies they've learned and assist them in accurately listening, speaking, writing and reading Spanish. Role-playing, dialogue, language games, literature, film, songs and other formal exercises are utilized by the effective Spanish Teacher. The Spanish Teacher must be literate and fluent in Spanish.
Specific work elements include: Spanish grammar, spelling pronunciation, vocabulary and composition; guiding students on conversational Spanish; teaching students about Spanish language, literature, culture and history; creating engaging lesson plans and activities that motivate students to learn; coaching students individually or as a group; communicating with parents and other teachers about a student's progress.
Part Time Drama Teacher
Teaching drama means training junior high and high school students how to communicate, control and project their voices, and present themselves. The responsibilities of a drama educator may include creating lesson plans, teaching students about plays and the history of drama, assisting students in creating their own dramatic pieces, organizing and managing the learning environment, planning and directing school plays, directing performance rehearsals, helping to assemble and manage lighting and sets, and assessing students' performance. Working as a drama teacher requires flexibility, determination, and lots of energy. Especially when teaching in a school environment, dedication to the task at hand and a love of your job will serve you well.
We appreciate your interest in employment at Faith Christian School. We accept applications for employment at any time of the year. All applications will be reviewed and considered as we look to fill any open positions we may have in the immediate future or the coming school year. For more information, or to apply, please contact FCS Superintendent Bill Hannold by email or calling 530-674-3922.
Elementary Substitute Teacher
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