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Join our Team

Thank you for your interest in working at Macris!

We are a bilingual Catholic school that is dedicated toward providing an exceptional education for its students as well as a stimulating and rewarding work environment for its employees. We gladly welcome individuals who are interested in the field of education, and who would like to be a part of our school community.

Macris School is committed to protecting children at their school and therefore, any potential job candidates will undergo a rigorous screening process including, but not limited to, criminal and court background checks, reference checks, and internet checks.

Please fill out the job application below.  If there are job openings, please specify which job you are seeking in your application and detail how you are a match for the job in your cover letter.  If there are no openings, please share what type of a position you are interested in and we will keep your job application on file.  If you have an questions, please email hr@macrisschool.org

Remote/hybrid/in-person classes

Openings for the 2021-2022 School Year

Elementary General Education Teacher

Employment Status: Full-Time

Reports to:  Principal/Director/Curriculum Coordinator

Description:  An elementary homeroom teacher is expected to be able to prepare and deliver interdisciplinary learning experiences in Teaching all areas of the primary curriculum, including but not limited to Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies.  In a bilingual school environment, teachers need to have an understanding of second language learning and language acquisition.  Since we follow a U.S. curriculum, teachers are expected to have knowledge and experience in teaching all English literature as well as speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.  

Preferred skills and abilities 

  • Fluent in both spoken and written English and Spanish preferred 
  • Excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills 
  • Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail 
  • High socio-emotional intelligence

Minimum Qualifications 

  • Possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Education/Teaching or equivalent 
  • At least 3 year(s) of relevant teaching experience in schools (preferably in a bilingual environment)
  • All candidates must clear a background check

Key Responsibilities

  • Teach lessons with the end goal of creating critical thinkers
  • Take responsibility for the progress of a class according to the age of the students 
  • Organize the classroom environment and learning resources and create displays to encourage a positive learning environment. 
  • Plan, prepare and deliver differentiated lessons that cater the needs of the whole ability range within their class. 
  • Motivate students with enthusiastic, imaginative class activities, basing it on experiential learning whenever possible.
  • Prepare, evaluate and provide feedback to facilitate positive student development.
  • Meet requirements for the assessment. Records, evaluates and reports student’s development 
  • Provide feedback to parents on student’s progress. 
  • Work collaboratively with others to plan and coordinate work 
  • Organize and take part for school events, outings and activities. 
  • Undertake special assignments, ad-hoc functions and related duties as and when required. 

Elementary Spanish Teacher

Employment Status: Full-Time

Reports to:  Principal/Director/Curriculum Coordinator

Description:  Given that we are a bilingual school in Honduras, Spanish is taught as a first language.  Teachers of Spanish should help students build their language skills, develop an appreciation and love of its literature, and design transdisciplinary learning experiences to contextual learning.  Teachers can be called upon to teach or differentiate their instruction to non-native Spanish speakers and to train students for spelling and speech activities.

Preferred skills and abilities 

  • Fluent in both spoken and written English and Spanish preferred 
  • Excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills 
  • Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail 
  • High socio-emotional intelligence

Minimum Qualifications 

  • Possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Education/Teaching or equivalent 
  • At least 3 year(s) of relevant teaching experience in schools (preferably in a bilingual environment)
  • All candidates must clear a background check

Key Responsibilities

  • Teach lessons with the end goal of creating critical thinkers
  • Take responsibility for the progress of a class according to the age of the students 
  • Organize the classroom environment and learning resources and create displays to encourage a positive learning environment. 
  • Plan, prepare and deliver differentiated lessons that cater the needs of the whole ability range within their class. 
  • Motivate students with enthusiastic, imaginative class activities, basing it on experiential learning whenever possible.
  • Prepare, evaluate and provide feedback to facilitate positive student development.
  • Meet requirements for the assessment. Records, evaluates and reports student’s development 
  • Provide feedback to parents on student’s progress. 
  • Work collaboratively with others to plan and coordinate work 
  • Organize and take part for school events, outings and activities. 
  • Undertake special assignments, ad-hoc functions and related duties as and when required.

Elementary Teacher Assistant

Employment Status: Full-Time

Reports to:  Head Teacher/Principal/Directors

Description:  The role of the teacher assistant is to support student learning.  This means working proactively with the head teacher to support students individually or in small groups.

Preferred skills and abilities 

  • Fluent in both spoken and written English and Spanish preferred 
  • Excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills 
  • Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail 
  • High socio-emotional intelligence

Minimum Qualifications 

  • Possess a high school degree (Bachelor’s Degree in Education/Teaching or equivalent preferred) 
  • All candidates must clear a background check

Key Responsibilities (support to head teacher’s tasks)

  • Teach lessons with the end goal of creating critical thinkers
  • Take responsibility for the progress of a class according to the age of the students 
  • Organize the classroom environment and learning resources and create displays to encourage a positive learning environment. 
  • Plan, prepare and deliver differentiated lessons that cater the needs of the whole ability range within their class. 
  • Motivate students with enthusiastic, imaginative class activities, basing it on experiential learning whenever possible.
  • Prepare, evaluate and provide feedback to facilitate positive student development.
  • Meet requirements for the assessment. Records, evaluates and reports student’s development 
  • Provide feedback to parents on student’s progress. 
  • Work collaboratively with others to plan and coordinate work 
  • Organize and take part for school events, outings and activities. 
  • Undertake special assignments, ad-hoc functions and related duties as and when required. 

Homeroom Particularities In Elementary

  • Teaching all areas of the primary curriculum, including but not limited to Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies

Guidance Counselor

Employment Status: Full-Time

Reports to: Elementary/High School Director; Elementary/High School Principal; Superintendent

Description

The counselor is an educator capable of giving solutions to different school issues from a guidance-counseling perspective to make the teaching and learning experience more achievable maximizing student success; academically, socially, and emotionally. The counselor shall have knowledge in different humanistic areas as well as in basic fields of science and technology. 

Minimum Qualifications 

Macris School seeks a dynamic person who inspires faculty and students, and who works collaboratively and creatively with colleagues in various curricular areas and with the academic departments. Candidates should be passionate about teaching and learning, and must have a deep understanding of teacher evaluation and monitoring practices. 

  • Bachelor’s degree (in psychology or related field) and professional experience as a classroom teacher or other equivalent experience.
  • Advanced degree in guidance counselor or related area preferred, but not required. 
  • Fully bilingual (Spanish/English).
  • All prospective employees must be able to clear a background check. 

Occupational Outlook

  • Teaching/Learning Facilitator: should be capable of planning, performing, and evaluating the teaching and learning process by using different methods.
  • Academic Advisor: Advocates psico-pedagogy advice to teachers for all students’  improvement regarding teaching/learning experience. 
  • Guidance: Promotes the student’s holistic development, providing them with skills for life success.
  • Counseling: Possesses knowledge and skill to lead counseling processes in different modalities (individually, grouply, family, community wise)
  • Advisor: Promotes personal and professional participation, collaboration, and understanding among parents, teachers, and students.
  1. Key Responsibilities
    1. Teach Social-Emotional Learning program to assigned grade levels
    2. Facilitate the organization of balanced class sections by incorporating teachers’, parents’, and students’ recommendations.
    3. Organize and oversee the Big Brother/Sister program.
    4. Organize new students welcoming gathering. 
    5. Lead and connect new students and families to Macris School life.
    6. Assign homeroom teachers for each grade and section. 
    7. Prepare probation and commitment letters (cartas de compromiso) for students that had behavioral and academic issues in the previous years. 
    8. Help prepare Open House tasks.
    9. Arrange lists of students that are eligible for becoming part of each grade and section student council (STUCO) by following all the steps for elections involving homeroom teachers and students. 
    10. Meet with faculty to inform and analyze cases of students with special learning needs, probations, and other issues. 
    11. Meet with students regularly to discuss academic and social/emotional development, crisis response, differentiated learning activities, goal setting, and guidance counseling.
    12. Develop and teach the guidance counselor curriculum
    13. Set appointments to do follow- up meetings (by term and as needed) with students, parents, and teachers to meet their needs in the domains of academic, social, and emotional development. 
    14. Promote and conduct group activities to enhance social development for the better of the school environment by doing or supporting anti-bullying campaigns, charity fundraisers, and all social, physical and professional development projects.
    15. Serve as mediator among students-teachers-parents.