Employment Opportunities » Vice-Principal


St. Monica Catholic Elementary School (SMCES), Santa Monica, CA
The qualified applicant will:
Be mission-driven and mission oriented. The vice-principal must be able to fully support the work
of SMCES and collaborate as a team member with the Parish, High School, and Elementary School.
Be an agent of change in areas of school-wide improvements to authentically and positively
transform the culture, the practice, and the systems of our school.
Collaborate in shaping a vision and creating action steps to innovate instruction and learning, in
order to provide an environment to ensure the academic success of all students.
Be able and willing to take the responsibility of the authority that is inherent in our vice-principal
position. Assist the principal in advancing the authentic collaboration of a Catholic professional
learning and teaching community.
Possess an understanding of the unique spiritual, academic, social-emotional, and physical
development of students in grades TK through 8th.
Possess knowledge of the academic curriculum, instructional strategies, and classroom management
necessary for student success in a Catholic elementary school.
Promote effective collaboration between families and school.
Demonstrate an understanding of learning and teaching; the ability to make thoughtful, informed
decisions; and the ability to teach in an environment that demands the integration of theory and
practice in a Catholic environment.
Successfully engage in collaborative strategic planning for curricular resources, staffing needs, and
capital improvements.
Please send (1) a cover letter stating your intent to work as a vice-principal at SMCES; (2) a complete
resume; to Dr. Neil Quinly, Principal, neil.quinly@stmonicaelem.com by February 22, 2019. Only
complete applications will be considered. Thank you.
The minimum requirements are:
An undergraduate degree (BA, BS) from an accredited university or college.
A California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, a California Single Subject Teaching Credential,
or equivalent from another state.
3 years full-time teaching experience in a Catholic school.
Ability to join a professional community of educators committed to providing a challenging
standards-based curriculum in a Catholic environment of service.
In addition to the above, the preferred requirements are:
An advanced degree (MA, MS, EdD, Ph.D.) in Education.
A California Administrative Credential, Preliminary or Clear, or equivalent from another state.
5 years full-time teaching experience in a Catholic school.
Contact Dr. Neil Quinly
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