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Maranatha Christian Schools is seeking individuals with a heart for children, a calling to education, and a commitment to Jesus Christ. We are excited about what God is doing at MCS.

In order to be considered for employment, we ask that you complete the application in full (as it pertains to the position you are applying for) and attach supporting documents as listed.

You may submit your completed application to our Human Resources office by dropping it off at the front office or mailing it to MCS, Attention HR. Resumes only will not be considered.

Please understand that due to the high volume of applications, phone calls and emails will not be returned. Only those applicants who meet MCS’ criteria for the open position will be contacted. All other fully completed applications will be kept on file for two years and will be considered for future openings.

Thank you again for your interest in Maranatha Christian Schools. We look forward to meeting you.


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

administration 

Facility caretaker lead (12-month)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: Facilities
Salary: $23 - $25/hr.

Under direct supervision of the Director of Campus Security & Operations, this role manages the day to day maintenance and improvement of an education facility.  Responsible for managing an automated ticketing system and processed in a timely manner.  Provides support and directs facility staff on a daily basis of school facilities by performing a variety of cleaning and custodial maintenance, repairs and responding to the general needs of the staff.  Oversee special projects to completion and sports events (as needed). Performs related tasks as assigned by the Director of Campus Security and Operations.

High School diploma with at least 3 years work-related experience.    

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Early education (preschool)

early education teacher (10-month)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: Early Education
Salary: $18-$22/hr.

The ideal candidate should be able to plan and implement curriculum & activities, give students the opportunity to develop their fullest potential cognitively, emotionally and spiritually. 
 
Minimum of AA degree; BA/BS preferred.  Minimum 12 ECE units including required State coursework and working towards 24 ECE units.  Must have development knowledge for ages and stages with young children.  Must be able to be flexible with routines.  A passion for working with young children.

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early education Teacher Assistants 
(10-Month)

Type of Employment: Part Time
Level/Dept: Early Education
Salary: $16 - $17/hr.

Enhance the educational development of students by assisting teachers and supervising students to help with their social, emotional, cognitive, physical, and spiritual development.

Minimum 12 Early Childhood Education/California State qualifying college units. Preferred 6 months experience.  Valid 1st Aid and Pediatric CPR certificates needed.

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Office Assistant (12-Month)

Type of Employment:  Full-Time
Level/Dept: Early Education
Salary:  $17 - $20/hr.

The Office Assistant will assist in on-site clerical, data gathering, reception and general office duties by developing and implementing a positive, helpful and friendly atmosphere so that it will contribute to a smooth and effective operation of the preschool. Demonstrate knowledge and proficiency in general office functions. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Computer-literate, strong working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Ability to multi-task. Must have good organizational skills.

Minimum High School Diploma or Associate Degree preferred.  One to three years of related office experience is preferred.  Minimum 12 Early Childhood Education/California State qualifying college units. Preferred 1 year of experience. Valid 1st Aid and Pediatric CPR certificates needed.

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elementary

academic learning specialist (10-month; 2024-2025)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: Elementary/JH
Salary: $55,467 - $60K/yr.

The Academic Learning Specialist is a critical member of MCS’s Academic Resources and Counseling (ARC) Department tasked with providing individualized and/or small group support for students identified with mild to moderate learning differences.  He/she will work in close collaboration with our ARC Team and MCS teachers to focus on meeting the needs of these students through the implementation of best practice interventions within our traditional, regular education setting.

Bachelor’s degree and/or Master’s degree (preferred) in Education and/or Special Education, valid California teaching credential (single or multi-subject) and/or special education certification.  Experience working with children with learning differences in reading, writing, math, attention processing and/or executive functioning skills is required.

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elementary teacher (10-month; 2024-2025)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: Elementary
Salary: $55,467 - $60K/yr.

Responsible to plan, organize, and implement an instructional program where students can experience God’s love and are encouraged to fulfill God’s unique call and purpose in their lives.  Able to successfully demonstrate classroom management skills in a variety of circumstances.

Bachelor’s degree in education or related field.  At least 3 years of work experience is preferred.  California Teaching credential and ACTS Certificate. Valid 1st Aid and Pediatric CPR certificates needed.

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supervisor of staff and student support (12-month; 2024 - 2025)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: Elementary
Salary: $20 - $24/hr.

Oversee  the support  staff for teachers in the classrooms, students on the playgrounds and lunch, students attending after-school care, and staff and students attending the summer enrichment program. The Supervisor will hire and oversee support staff, scheduling of duties of staff, maintain the resources for the teachers and office staff, and after-school programs. Oversee the After-School Care Program and Summer Enrichment that will contribute to the student’s spiritual, educational, social and physical development and skills.

A Bachelor’s degree in education or related field from an accredited college or university and a teacher’s credential is preferable. Experience in similar related types of programs or projects.

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teacher assistant (10-month; 2024-2025)

Type of Employment: Part-Time
Level/Dept: Elementary
Salary: $16/hr.

The successful candidate will assist in the classroom. Teacher Assistants are a key part of the team, acting as role models for our students, and are expected to look, act, and speak, as a representative of MCS at all times.

A two-year college or associate degree is preferred.

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junior high
 


high school

math teacher (10-month)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: High School
Salary: $55,467 - $60K

The High School Math teacher will be responsible for delivering high-quality instruction in a range of math subjects, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus.  They will develop and implement engaging lesson plans that promote critical thinking, problem-solving, and mathematical reasoning skills.  The math teacher will also be responsible for assessing student progress and providing regular feedback to students and parents.

Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.  Single Subject Mathematics credential or equivalency.  Valid California teaching credential and ACTS teaching credential (current or complete upon employment).

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stem-engineering teacher (10-month)

Type of Employment: Full-Time
Level/Dept: High School
Salary: $55,467 - $60K/yr.

The High School STEM teacher will be responsible for designing and delivering comprehensive instruction in the principles and practices of engineering.  They will develop and implement curricula that incorporate real-world problem-solving and project-based learning.  They will also provide hands-on instruction in areas such as robotics, computer-aided design, and programming.  The engineering teacher will be expected to inspire and prepare students for further study and careers in engineering and related fields.  They will also be responsible for assessing student progress and providing regular feedback to students and parents.

Bachelor’s degree.  Single subject credential in STEM/Career Technical Education with an emphasis in Engineering preferred and Valid California teaching credential.  ACTS teaching credential (current or completed upon employment).

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continuous openings

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS (10-Month)

Type of Employment: Temporary
Level/Dept: K-12

Bachelors and CA Credentials Preferred

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