El Camino Curriculum Designer
About Seton: Co-founded in 2009 by KIPP Foundation pioneer Scott W. Hamilton and Teach for America alumna Stephanie Saroki de García, Seton was launched to give every parent, regardless of background, an opportunity to choose an academically excellent and vibrantly Catholic education for their child. As a national non-profit, Seton partners with (arch)dioceses and others across the country to strategically infuse creativity, innovation, and talented leadership to reverse the widespread decline of urban Catholic schooling. With an entrepreneurial spirit, Seton bridges the best of Catholic education’s rich tradition with new possibilities, and has pioneered new, “break-the-mold” approaches to achieving the academic, character, social justice and religious goals of Catholic education. Seton currently serves nearly 5,000 educationally disadvantaged children across 17 schools and 10 cities nationwide, achieving results that match or surpass the nation’s most acclaimed high-poverty schools. For more information on Seton Education Partners, visit www.SetonPartners.org.
About the Program: El Camino is an initiative of Seton Education Partners, participating in its mission to help educationally disadvantaged children develop the knowledge, character, and faith necessary to earn a college degree, pursue lives of meaning and integrity, and become saints. El Camino, which means “The Way” in Spanish, is an optional, privately funded Catholic faith formation program serving elementary and middle school children and their families. El Camino helps children, their families, and their catechists to know, love and serve Christ and His Church; develop the habits, dispositions and beliefs that are indispensable to human flourishing and happiness; and live as disciples in this world and saints in the next. El Camino honors the teaching authority of the Catholic Church.
About the Position: Under the direction of the Chief Academic Officer and in partnership with the El Camino Chief of Programs, the El Camino Curriculum Designer will create a scope and sequence of units, lessons, and assessments following key guidelines and criteria that result in a high quality, engaging, and sustaining catechesis program for grades K-8. This is a contracted position that can be completed from anywhere in the world. The Curriculum Designer is responsible for meeting all deadlines set forth by the supervisor.
The key qualifications include:
The key responsibilities include:
Diversity & Inclusivity:
We are building an organization in which talented individuals from all walks of life and past work experiences can join our team and make significant contributions. We are particularly committed to attracting and developing individuals who share the life experiences or backgrounds of the students we serve.