About CSB

Employment Opportunities

Founded in 1957, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent Episcopal school located on the grounds of Grace Cathedral, serving the San Francisco community. The School enrolls 265 boys in kindergarten through eighth grade and is fully accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools. Cathedral School for Boys strives to provide an education derived from three main sources: the highest academic and personal standards humanely applied; a diverse community united in its concern for the school and for the world; and an active engagement with religion and the spiritual dimension.
Academically, the School sets high standards in literacy, basic skills, self-discipline, the joy of learning, and the pursuit of wisdom. We set equally high standards in good behavior, caring, mutual respect, truth-telling and honor, and emphasize these qualities in all aspects of school life. Art, music, drama and physical education are integral parts of the curriculum. We prepare boys to enter demanding secondary schools confidently; we recognize that there are a variety of learning styles and paces among able students, and we try to teach accordingly. Teachers focus on learning styles that are boy-friendly, particularly hands-on, active lessons which allow for movement and vigor.

Cathedral School for Boys is an equal opportunity employer and promotes the principles and practices of diversity throughout the school community. People of color are encouraged to apply. Compensation is competitive and includes health, dental and vision insurance and TIAA annuity program.

STEM Teacher
Reports to Director of Curriculum
FLSA Status:  Exempt
Main Purpose of the Role
Cathedral School for Boys seeks a passionate and motivated teacher interested in working with others to create and implement an emerging STEM curriculum in middle school. The program will incorporate elements of robotics, engineering, coding, math, and technology which build upon an engineering curriculum already in place in the Lower School.
Key Responsibilities:
(The primary tasks, functions and deliverables of the role)
  • Support and act in accordance with the School’s Mission and values
  • Work collaboratively with instructional technology, science, and math teachers to implement an evolving STEM program in both the Lower and Upper Schools
  • Plan, model, and teach effective use of technology in a variety of settings with both students and teachers with an emphasis on iPads, making, project-based learning, coding, and innovation in the classroom
  • Deliver STEM-oriented instruction through project-based learning methods in both divisions
  • Work directly with school administrators and staff in the development, implementation, and evaluation of STEM initiatives and curriculum
  • Keep apprised of current developments and best practices in the areas of curriculum, pedagogy, and theory related to engineering and technology instruction
  • Integrate digital literacy and citizenship through direct instruction and teacher collaboration
  • Uphold professional standards of personal presentation, punctuality, professional courtesy, and discretion
  • Engage in self-reflection and professional development through goal setting, professional development opportunities, and ongoing dialog with the Director of Curriculum 
Other Duties:
  • Supervise appropriate weekly duties
  • Serve as an academic advisor to a group of 8-10 middle school students
  • Attend student support meetings, division meetings, and full-faculty meetings
Skills and Competencies
(The abilities that the individual needs in order to perform this role effectively)
  • A passion for working with elementary and middle school boys
  • A desire to collaborate in a dynamic community of teachers
  • Ability to listen to feedback, be reflective, be flexible, and take initiative
  • An openness to professional development and continuous learning
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • A pleasant and collegial approach to work and, ideally, a sense of humor
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
 STEM Teacher
Bachelor’s degree
Advanced degree in education or content area
1-2 years teaching experience in instructional technology or science
3-5 years teaching experience in instructional technology or science
Teaching experience in science, math, engineering, or technology, or work in a related field is preferred
Prior Knowledge
Interest and passion for engineering
Familiarity with iPads, Blackbaud, and general audio-visual setup and a willingness to become proficient in other products as necessary
Training in engineering
Experience with iPads, Blackbaud, and general audio-visual setup and a willingness to become proficient in other products as necessary
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Director of Curriculum, Paul Bertrand at bertrand@cathedralschool.net

Cathedral School for Boys

1275 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone 415.771.6600
Fax 415.771.2547
Located in San Francisco, CA, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent elementary school for boys in grades K-8. Our mission is to provide an excellent education through intellectual inquiry and rigor that is centered in the Episcopal tradition and is respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.