Overview

Dynamic, invigorated Catholic Preparatory school seeking energetic, passionate teachers to
be integral to our mission and vision
Algebra Teacher
Job Details
Level: Experienced
Job Location: Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Regional Catholic School – Tyler, Texas
Position Type: Full Time
Education Level: Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or related field; Master’s degree preferred
Salary: Commensurate with experience and eligible for Master Teachers Initiative
Position Description
Bishop Gorman seeks an experienced an Algebra Teacher to join our faculty for the 2022-2023
school year. Classes will include all levels of Algebra from Pre-Algebra through PAP Algebra
II.
Experience/Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or related field; Master’s degree preferred
• Five or more years of teaching experience in high school; Algebra classes preferred
• Knowledge of varied instructional strategies to differentiate learning
• Dedicated to teaching respective courses with academic rigor and innovation
• Possess or be willing to obtain teaching certification
• Must undergo a background check and complete the Ethics and Integrity Program of the
Diocese of Tyler, Texas

Qualified applicants must complete an online application (ABOUT tab, Employment, at
www.bishopgorman.net) and email a cover letter, three letters of reference, a resume, and a
statement on teaching philosophy to John Kimec:  jkimec@bishopgorman.net

To apply for this job email your details to deaconfournier@bishopgorman.net

About Bishop Gorman Catholic School

About Bishop Gorman
Founded in 1958, Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Regional Catholic School is a college preparatory
school. It is an educational ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Tyler led by Bishop Joseph
Strickland. The sixth through twelfth grade school provides a rigorous academic experience
within a caring community and culture infused with the values informed by Christian faith.
Bishop Gorman strives to graduate young men and women of well-formed Christian character
and living faith who can serve every segment of both civil and ecclesial society. They should be
prepared to become the future leaders of excellence and virtue whom the Church and the Nation
need. This is accomplished through rigorous academic instruction offered by master teachers
who are living examples of an integrated Christian faith and life.