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Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Posted 11/20/2018 until 5/31/2019


Dual Language Immersion schools provide academic excellence in a Catholic, multilingual setting in order to prepare students to serve as faith-filled disciples in our global community. Importantly, these Spanish-English and Mandarin-English dual language teaching positions demand talented and passionate educators who are fully bilingual and biliterate, who holds high expectations for all students, will use their skills in differentiation to meet the needs of each student, and whose positive classroom management is impeccable. We currently seek full time dual language elementary school teachers for our for the 2018-2019 school year.  Our Dual Language schools serve students in Preschool through the 8th grade, are located throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties).  For locations, visit

 How to apply:

If you see yourself as an ambassador for dual language learning in a Catholic setting, are interested in networking with dual language Catholic educators across the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Dual Language Immersion Network schools, and committed to the development and delivery of an exceptional global, service-oriented, and integrated curriculum, please apply today. Send a resume, cover letter explaining your interest in a dual language setting and suitability for this position, as well as, a sample lesson plan to Dr. Susan Abelein, Dual Language Immersion Network,​


Candidates must:

Be bilingual with native-like proficiency and recognize the benefits of bilingualism

Demonstrate record of success working with students at various grade levels

Plan collaboratively with colleagues

Have passion for and experience with curriculum development and assessment

Be well-organized, highly energetic, and deeply caring

Plan and implement a rigorous academic curriculum in line with the Common Core and Archdiocesan standards


All teachers are expected to:

Develop units

Submit weekly lesson plans

Assess, document, and analyze student progress

Actively participate and collaborate in weekly planning meetings

Communicate with parents through formal conferences and informal communications

Share school yard supervision and possible extra-curricular duties

Be eager to learn and desire coaching


The most competitive candidates will possess:

Undergraduate degree in early childhood, elementary, or general education

CA teaching credential, or is in the process of obtaining

Experience teaching

Understand second language acquisition

Significant training in literacy development

Understanding of dual immersion programming and research

Basic catechist certificate​​​

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