Job Opportunities: In-House

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Area Job Opportunities

Summer Maintenance: Cathedral of the Risen Christ School, Lincoln

The Cathedral of the Risen Christ Parish and School is accepting applications and inquiry for the following Facilities & Maintenance positions:

  • Two 20-24 positions during the school year (one a morning shift, one an afternoon shift)

  • Applicants to assist with school summer maintenance

Applicants may apply for both positions if able to start immediately and should be able to comfortably lift and move 50lbs, operate floor cleaning equipment, work well in a team setting, communicate at a high level, and exhibit a strong work rate. Prior experience in maintenance, facilities and/or handiwork is preferred.

Please request application by email at Cathedral-Info@cdolinc.net or by phone at 402-489-9621 (ask for Mr. Stuart Garay, Head of Facilities).

Computer Science Educator: Kindergarten - 8th grade – St. Michael, lincoln

The Saint Michael Catholic School family is a Christ-centered community dedicated to the development of the spiritual formation, academic excellence, and stewardship within the framework of the Gospel and the Tradition of the Catholic Church.

St. Michael Catholic School is seeking a highly qualified, innovative, and enthusiastic person to serve as our computer science educator, and serve as the Technology Liaison between the school and the Diocesan Technology Office. Technology is embedded in our daily instruction, and this teacher will further advance the mission of the school as a leader in the technological age. The teacher will promote students’ understanding of digital citizenship and ensure they become digitally literate, while addressing appropriate intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual development. 

The ideal candidate will do the following:

  • Maintain  high professional standards consistent with the mission of St. Michael

  • Exercise effective leadership skills with small and large groups of students

  • Teach keyboarding skills

  • Incorporate creativity through problem-based learning

  • Utilize effective classroom management techniques

  • Implement STEM activities using Wonder Robots Dot, Dash, and Cue

  • Assess and document student progress

  • Work collaboratively with classroom teachers to create highly engaging technology lessons to support learning objectives

  • Troubleshoot common technology problems in the school building 

Minimum requirements are the following:

  • Teaching degree with emphasis in Instructional Technology, Computer Science, or related field.

  • Valid teaching license for Nebraska.

  • Candidates must be willing to serve as the Technology Liaison between the school and the Diocesan Technology Office.  This includes troubleshooting hardware and software issues.  

Please send letter of application and resume to Principal Sue Braun at Sue-Braun@cdolinc.net

 

Social Studies Educator: Grades 6-8 – St. Michael, lincoln

The Saint Michael Catholic School family is a Christ-centered community dedicated to the development of the spiritual formation, academic excellence, and stewardship within the framework of the Gospel and the Tradition of the Catholic Church.

St. Michael Catholic School is seeking a highly qualified, skilled, innovative, and enthusiastic person to teach Social Studies for grades 6-8.  

The ideal candidate will do the following:

  • Maintain high professional standards consistent with the mission of St. Michael

  • Possess comprehensive knowledge and thorough understanding of student growth and development, and current learning theories and is able to effectively integrate into strong instruction to facilitate student learning.

  • Plan and implement highly engaging instruction that maximizes each student’s potential in a holy, safe, creative, motivating environment.

  • Show awareness and sensitivity to unique student needs and is able to proactively plan and apply effective teaching strategies for each student’s success.  

  • Apply contemporary technology to enhance teaching and learning.   

  • Strong team member committed to collaboration, building strong relationships, and content integration. 

 Please send letter of application and resume to Principal Sue Braun atSue-Braun@cdolinc.net

 

English Language Arts Educator: Grades 6-8 – St. Michael, lincoln

The Saint Michael Catholic School family is a Christ-centered community dedicated to the development of the spiritual formation, academic excellence, and stewardship within the framework of the Gospel and the Tradition of the Catholic Church.

St. Michael Catholic School is seeking a highly qualified, skilled, innovative, and enthusiastic person to teach English Language Arts for grades 6-8.  

 The ideal candidate will do the following:

  • Maintain high professional standards consistent with the mission of St. Michael

  • Possess comprehensive knowledge and thorough understanding of student growth and development, and current learning theories and is able to effectively integrate into strong instruction to facilitate student learning.

  • Plan and implement highly engaging instruction that maximizes each student’s potential in a holy, safe, creative, motivating environment.

  • Show awareness and sensitivity to unique student needs and is able to proactively plan and apply effective teaching strategies for each student’s success.  

  • Apply contemporary technology to enhance teaching and learning.   

  • Strong team member committed to collaboration, building strong relationships, and content integration. 

 Please send letter of application and resume to Principal Sue Braun at Sue-Braun@cdolinc.net

 

Grade 2 Classroom Teacher – St. Michael, lincoln

The Saint Michael Catholic School family is a Christ-centered community dedicated to the development of the spiritual formation, academic excellence, and stewardship within the framework of the Gospel and the Tradition of the Catholic Church. St. Michael Catholic School is seeking a highly qualified, skilled, innovative, and enthusiastic person to teach second grade. 

The ideal candidate will do the following:

  • Maintain high professional standards consistent with the mission of St. Michael.

  • Possess comprehensive knowledge and thorough understanding of student growth and development, and current learning theories and is able to effectively integrate into strong instruction to facilitate student learning.

  • Plan and implement highly engaging instruction that maximizes each student’s potential in a holy, safe, creative, motivating environment.

  • Show awareness and sensitivity to unique student needs and is able to proactively plan and apply effective teaching strategies for each student’s success.  

  • Apply contemporary technology to enhance teaching and learning.   

  • Strong team member committed to collaboration, building strong relationships, and content integration. 

    Please send letter of application and resume to Principal Sue Braun atSue-Braun@cdolinc.net

Technology integration specialist – Diocese of Lincoln

The Education Technology department for the Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Lincoln, in conjunction with Hastings Catholic Schools, have an immediate opening for a Full Time Technology Integration Specialist.  Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in education; hold a current Nebraska teaching certificate; have at least three years of successful full-time experience as a classroom teacher.  This new, full time position will assist classroom teachers to integrate mobile devices into the classroom curriculum and develop teacher guidelines for the responsible and intentional use of mobile devices in classroom instruction, in accord with the vision and philosophy of the Diocese of Lincoln. The position will work out of Lincoln, but approximately 1/3 time will initially be spent in Hastings, NE, later transitioning completely to St. Cecilia School in Hastings.   For more information, see the full job description at https://www.lincolndiocese.org/school-employment.  To apply, send letter of interest and resume to jobs@cdolinc.net.  No calls, please. 

Education Tech. Student Support Intern – Diocese of Lincoln

The Education Technology department for the Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Lincoln have an immediate opening for a Student Support Intern. Applicants must be college students who do not graduate before May 2021, is at least 21 years old, and able to work 15-30 hours a week.  This student intern position will prepare equipment for deployment to the schools, including assembly, disassembly and configuration of various hardware components, as well as installation and configuration of software. This position will also be responsible for maintenance of said equipment at the schools.  For more information, see the full job description at https://www.lincolndiocese.org/school-employment. To apply, send letter of interest and resume to jobs@cdolinc.net. No calls, please. 

Director of Religious Education – Archdiocese of omaha

The Director of Religious Education will administer and oversee the comprehensive program at Mary Our Queen Church, including sacramental preparation. The position will start on July 1, 2019.  Click here for a job description. For more information or to apply, please contact Renee Spicka at the Parish Office: 402.905.0021 or rlspicka@archomaha.org.