Coram Deo Academy offers a rich culture and competitive benefits package, including:
- Medical Insurance: 75% for employee only and 50% for employee plus dependents (Coverage Begins Immediately)
- Health Savings Account: Up to $50/month Employer Match with a $50 Employee Contribution
- 403(b) Retirement Plan – Up to 3% Employer Match With 3% Contribution
- Employer Paid Life Insurance Policy of $30,000.00
- CDA Tuition Benefit for Employee’s Child(ren) up to $22,500.00
- Five (5) One-Day Holidays: Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Memorial Day, and Labor Day
- Six (6) Full Vacation Periods: Fall Break, Thanksgiving, Christmas (Two Weeks), Spring Break, and Summer Vacation
- Personal/Sick Leave: 40 hours (First Year) and 80 hours (Second and Subsequent Years)
- Master’s Reimbursement Program: 75% reimbursement for tuition costs up to $20,000.00
Compensation for this position is $45,000.00-$50,000.00/year
Logic/Rhetoric teachers are responsible for instructing students from 5th grade through 12th grade with requisite content knowledge using classical pedagogy in their specific disciplines. This position is scheduled to teach history courses from 7th to 10th grade.
Monday - Thursday
3 Sections History 7
3 Sections History 9
3 Sections AP World History 10
Friday: Potentially Speech and Debate (1.5 Hours)
Coram Deo Academy hires individuals that profess the historic Christian faith. The Nicene Creed describes the minimum understanding of and subscription to Christian belief required of employees of the Academy. Every employee must also profess to be a Christian believer and subscribe to this statement. As evidence of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in their lives, Coram Deo Academy expects all employees to be actively involved in a local church where their faith in practice is consistent with the Academy’s mission and statement of faith.
Demonstrate the love of Christ and encourage students in developing a relationship with Him
Demonstrate Christian love, faith, truthfulness, and virtue in all facets of life and teaching
Demonstrate a Biblical understanding of authority
Demonstrate skill in training, instructing, and disciplining children focusing on the heart
Work to build the school community toward a love of Christ and one another
Commitment to Biblical peacemaking
Teach students in a manner consistent with Christian principles and classical philosophy and pedagogy
Communicate regularly with administration and parents, responding in a timely manner
Post assignments and grades according to school policies and practices.
Actively participate in faculty meetings and district meetings
Complete CDA’s Teacher Certification Program per policy and pursue additional continuing education requirements
Essential Job Functions
Create lesson plans using the principles from The Seven Laws of Teaching as a guide
Maintain online grades in CDA Connect per policy
Grade papers and perform other administrative duties as needed
Observe and evaluate student's performance.
Manage student behavior in the classroom with a focus on habit training
Evaluate students' class work and assignments
Prepare classroom and coursework materials, homework assignments, and handouts.
Record and maintain accurate student attendance records and grades.
Maintain a collaborative relationship with CDA parents using positive, proactive communication needed for this University-Model ™ approach
Create a vibrant teaching atmosphere
In addition to the following, applicants must agree with CDA’s mission, vision, core values, and goals.
Hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree as determined by the course
First-hand knowledge of Christian, classical, & collaborative educational model preferred
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Exhibit the gifting and desire necessary to teach in the requested discipline or grade level
- Basic computer skills needed (Word, Outlook, etc.)
- Utilize effective communication skills in collaboration with parents and staff
- Demonstrate patience and humility in stressful situations
- Exhibit good listening skills
- Demonstrate an understanding of child development with a focus on the age being taught
- Possess strong planning and organizational skills.
- Prompt and timely attendance
- Appropriate modest attire and social media presence
Physical Requirements and Work Environment
- Physically able to stand for extended periods of time
- Able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs
- Work primarily in a traditional climate-controlled classroom environment with occasional times outdoors.