Pennsylvania Private School Jobs

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Child Care Assistant Group Supervisor
Christ Lutheran School - Pittsburgh - PA
Posted on Thu., July 31, 2014
Estimated salary: to be discussed
Education requirements: minimum high school diploma; 2yrs experience
Starting date: Thu., July 31, 2014
Contact: Donna Einspahr; 412-271-7173; principal@christlutheranfh.org

Assist teacher with activities and daily routine. Part-time. Flexible.

Elementary Education teacher
Virtuous Academy - Duquesne - PA
Posted on Thu., July 31, 2014
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: $27,000
Education requirements: Bachelors Degree
Contact: Iyana Tennon; 412-896-6701; virtuous_academy@live.com

We are seeking a dedicated professional to teach in a self contained classroom with a mix of 2nd and 3rd graders. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in technology and the arts. Must have current Act 33, 34 and FBI clearances.

Spanish I & II, P.E., Bible 7/8th, support staff and 4/5/6th classroom teacher
Warren County Christian School - Youngsville - PA
Posted on Mon., June 02, 2014
Estimated salary: dependent on job or jobs taken
Education requirements: B.A./B.S
Contact: Richard Kolcharno; 814-563-4457; wccsprin@kinzua.net

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