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We believe that the school’s programs are affected by a talented, enthusiastic, and loving collegial faculty. These men and women are recruited and retained based on their professional skills, their willingness to model the highest standards in every respect, and their commitment to professional and personal growth.

-Excerpt from Cathedral’s Statement of Philosophy
Cathedral School for Boys is an Episcopal, K-8 school of 264 students located on Nob Hill in San Francisco. Founded in 1957, Cathedral is committed to providing an excellent education while defining what it means to educate and raise boys. We devote each day to the spirited dialogue, dynamic lessons, and intentional character building that guide each young boy to engage in the way that best fits him, while he simultaneously develops empathy and respect for the world around him.
 
We are committed to supporting our faculty and staff, both in and out of the classroom. Salaries and benefits are among the most generous of any school in the Bay Area and include health care coverage for staff and their dependents, a robust non-matching retirement contribution, parking and commuter benefits, and a delicious daily lunch provided by Acre Gourmet. Cathedral also devotes significant resources towards professional development and encourages all staff, regardless of their role, to attend conferences and workshops that will further their growth as educators. In recent years, we have sent groups of teachers to the NAIS People of Color Conference, Wildwood Multicultural Leadership Institute, and Reader's and Writer's Institute at Teachers' College, as well as specialized training sessions on Orton-Gillingham Phonics, Responsive Classroom, Project-Based Learning, and Bridges Math.
 
Cathedral believes that diversity is an educational imperative, and we have been recognized for our leadership and multicultural education. Cathedral embraces families and staff of all religious, ethnic, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds and structures. Forty-two percent of our student body are students of color, and annually, we dedicate more than 16% of our gross tuition ($1.5m in 2019) to Adjustable Tuition, our financial aid program which supports not only tuition for students in need, but also tutoring, uniforms, transportation, and technology needs, as examples. We remain deeply committed to the continued diversification of our students and faculty.

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  • Extended Day Program (EDP) Staff / Afterschool Teacher

    Main Purpose of the Role
    The EDP Staff / Afterschool Teacher is responsible for developing and leading engaging afterschool activities including both indoor and outdoor activities, snack time, and homework assistance; supervising students and responding to their needs and interests, and coordinating parent pick up. This is a part-time hourly position with shifts varying between 2 – 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, with summer months, holidays, and school breaks off. Rate of pay is $22 - $25 / hour, depending on level of experience. 

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Overtly support and act in accordance with the School’s mission and values
    • Maintain a safe yet fun environment for boys beyond the classroom; spend time outside on the roof play yard and in the gym, enjoy snacks and activities, and work on classroom assignments
    • Manage program transitions and student pick up
    • Provide a safe physical and emotional environment for all students; encouraging the boys to take initiative to solve problems and helping them investigate, ask questions, and have fun
    • Communicate with families

    Skills and Competencies:
    • A passion for working with young people
    • A positive, resilient disposition
    • Attention to detail with strong organizational and communication skills

    RequiredPreferred
    QualificationHigh school diplomaBachelor’s degree in education or
    applicable field;
    CPR, First Aid and AED certified
    ExperienceExperience working with children, e.g.
    nanny, teacher, tutor, coach
    Classroom instruction or supervisory
    experience

    Contact
    Please send a cover letter and a resume to the Chief Finance and Operations Officer, Melisa Block, at block@cathedralschool.net.
     
    Role Title: Extended Day Program (EDP) Staff / Afterschool Teacher
    FLSA Status: Part-time Non-exempt
    Reports to: Extended Day Programming Coordinator
    Direct Reports: N/A
"Connections and conversations between boys and teachers are valued and integral to the learning process. Cathedral is a place where boys and families feel loved, supported, and successful as well as strive to do the same for others."

- Tracy, current teacher
“Cathedral School for Boys is outstanding in its wholeness.”

- Dick, former teacher

Cathedral School for Boys

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.
1275 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94108   •   Phone: 415.771.6600   •   Fax: 415.771.2547