Middle School Bible Teacher

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The Christ School



Job Summary
The teacher shall prayerfully help students learn attitudes, skills, and subject matter that will
contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible Christians who will make a
transforming influence in their world to the praise and the glory of God.
The Middle School Bible Teacher position is a full-time role. It requires the teaching of five
Duties and Responsibilities
● Develops a curriculum map for each course taught where learning objectives are aligned
with The Christ School’s Standards
● Prepares detailed weekly lesson plans
● Uses a variety of teaching methodologies to create an engaging and safe classroom
setting where all students are held to high expectations
● Keeps an accurate record for each student of daily attendance and late arrivals
● Maintains discipline in the classroom to ensure maximum learning
● Provides an uncluttered, neat and healthy classroom that promotes a positive learning and
working environment
● Keeps an emergency lesson plan and current substitute folder in case of an unexpected
● Grades all assignments, tests, quizzes, and projects in a timely manner
● Keeps an accurate record of all grades for each stude
● Records the day’s or week’s homework on Renweb for access by students and parents
● Communicates with parents on an “as needed” basis regarding their student’s academic or
behavioral status in the class
Revised 4/6/21
● Checks voice messages and emails daily, at a minimum.
● Returns phone calls and emails within 24 hours of receipt
● Keeps an accurate record of all communications with parents
● Attends weekly meeting: division or faculty and staff
● Coordinates field trips and special events, as needed
● Leads a small group of middle school boys during advisory meetings each week
● Attends the Middle School Retreat every year, as scheduled by the Administration
● Attends either the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade service trip every year, as scheduled by the
● Performs any other duties that may be assigned by the Director of Middle School or
Administrative Staff
● Mentors students who demonstrate the need for adult support and advocacy
Education and Experience:
● Bachelor’s degree or higher in Bible (preferred) or if degree is in another subject,
significant Bible study and Bible teaching experience
● Training in education and experience in the classroom (optimal)
Skills and Abilities:
● A practiced personal discipline of daily prayer and Bible study and the resulting integrity
and character that sets a Christ-like example worthy of following
● A strong understanding of Biblical truth and the ability to communicate this truth to
● The passion for and ability to teach the application of Biblical truth to daily life
● A devoted commitment to making disciples and the ability to reach high school students
with the Gospel
● Excellent skills in communicating both orally and in written form
● Ability to incorporate best practices in education, including effective use of technology
Personal characteristics:
● Commitment to serving Jesus Christ
● The character of Christ exhibited in daily life
● Understanding of and love for middle school students; the ability to relate effectively
with them
● Ability to work under pressure with a positive attitude, supporting the team
● Ability to keep confidential information private
● Energetic, flexible, resourceful
● Leadership and mentoring skills
Revised 4/6/21
Working Conditions:
This position requires that the employee work from Monday – Friday. Some additional hours in
the evenings and on week-ends is necessary for planning and grading.
Physical Requirements:
Must be able to ascend/descend multiple flights of stairs and transport about 10-15 pounds. Must
be able to effectively traverse possibly uneven ground to manage students.

To apply for this job email your details to topsahl@thechristschool.org

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