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Employment Opportunities


Archbishop Hannan High School is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school enrolling over 600 students in grades 8-12. The faculty hiring season for Archbishop Hannan High School is routinely March and April, with employment each year commencing around the first of August. Job openings will be updated here so please check back on a regular basis.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume by email (in PDF format please) to:
rlhelmer@hannanhigh.org, or mail a hard copy to:
Archbishop Hannan High School
Ms. Rouge Helmer
71324 Highway 1077
Covington, LA 70433

Current Job Openings

Mathematics (Pre-Algebra/Algebra I) Teacher

Archbishop Hannan High School is seeking to hire a faith-filled, energetic, committed person to teach Math. The applicant would be expected to plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. The applicant must be able to plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences and establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Intentional focus on student achievement
  2. Stimulate inquiry and engagement through project-based instruction when possible
  3. Prepare lesson plans
  4. Grade student work, and maintain/update grades
  5. Build and maintain positive relationships with students and instructional teams
  6. Utilize effective research-based instruction and evaluation
  7. Utilize both formative and summative assessment for student mastery
  8. Communicate effectively with students and families
  9. Work outside the normal schedule periodically in collaboration with colleagues
  10. Demonstrate competency in integrating technology into classroom teaching
  11. Demonstrated competency of collaborative work

Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor's degree in Mathematics is required; Master's degree is preferred
  2. Louisiana teaching certificate in Mathematics, preferred but not required
  3. Strong commitment and desire to work with youth and adults in a collaborative environment
  4. Enjoy the challenge of implementing new teaching methods and educational tools in an ever changing and strategic environment
  5. Ability to utilize technology and integrate the use of technology to instruct and provide feedback on student's performance and development
  6. Life-long learner, optimistic, flexible, and passionate about helping all students reach their potential
  7. Open to change and possess skills that promote student achievement and growth.

Mass Communications Teacher (Journalism, Publications, Video Production)

Description: The ideal candidate is an outstanding journalism/mass communication teacher with a solid background in writing and producing high-quality student publications and video production, and preferably experience working with high school students. He or she will communicate high standards, encourage innovation, and develop a cohesive team of editors and staff members for the Online Newspaper, TV Production, and Yearbook staffs. This candidate is a person of high energy, resourcefulness, and resilience who can manage staff, budget, and production schedules.

Duties:

Online Journalism:

  1. Teach one section of Online Journalism.
  2. Facilitate pitches from students on story ideas.
  3. Mentor students on the development of newspaper story articles.
  4. Support and manage student leadership positions (e.g. Editors, Assistant Editors, etc.).
  5. Teach journalistic writing techniques.
  6. Coordinate the development of photographic and digital media techniques required for a digital newspaper.
  7. Oversee the development and production of a student-staffed online school newspaper.

Publications:

  1. Teach two sections of Publications.
  2. Oversee the development and production of a student-made yearbook that features the student body, sports, clubs, and all other school related events in an appropriate manner.
  3. Instruct students in the use of Adobe In Design.
  4. Instruct students using the school’s Yearbook curriculum that integrates photography and/or photojournalism, layout, writing styles, and other design concepts.
  5. Support and manage student leadership positions (e.g. Editors, Staff Photographer, Communications Officer, etc.).
  6. Maintain yearbook vendor relationship.

Video Production

  1. Teach two sections of Video Production
  2. Instruct students in all phases of video production (to include scripting, storyboarding, recording, editing, audio, lighting, directing and computer graphics).
  3. Instruct students in the use of Adobe Premiere and Apple Final Cut Pro, as well as other video and sound software.
  4. Demonstrate to students the proper operation and use of video production equipment.
  5. Develop clear and concise instructional lesson plans and organizes class time to provide a balanced program of preparation, instruction, and production projects.
  6. Instruct students in the proper care and use of video production equipment
  7. Make minor adjustments to video production equipment and requests repairs as appropriate.

Qualifications

  1. The successful candidate must have either:
    1. Bachelor’s degree in journalism, mass communication, media, media communication, media studies or new media; or
    2. Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in any combination of the following qualifying fields: Broadcasting, Journalism, Mass Communication with emphasis on print/radio/television media, Digital Imaging, Photography, Digital Media, Graphic Design, Illustration, Multimedia Technology, New Media Design and Video Production.
  2. Experience using Adobe In-Design, Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, Apple Movie, Final Cut Pro, and other video and sound software.
  3. High school teaching experience or degree preferred, but not required