Employment & Human Resources

Teaching is a challenging and rewarding career. In today’s social and world climate, it seems more important than ever to help our children build strong minds and character. By becoming an SCSIT teacher, you can be a part of that change.

Teaching Requirements

Before an applicant can be recommended to the president for action, they must pass the screening process, which includes a class demonstration, a psychological test, and an interview.

K–12 Teaching Positions
K–12 teachers should be an LEPT (Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers) passer, in consonance with DepED requirements.

College Teaching Positions
Prospective college teachers should hold a master’s degree in their specific field or subject area as well as CHED requirements. In the absence of a master’s degree, we may consider applicants who graduated with honors (summa cum laude, magna cum laude, or cum laude).

Employee Benefits

Permanent faculty members are entitled to the benefits of the
retirement plan of the school and other privileges.

  • Tuition Discounts
  • Scholarships
  • Maternity/Paternity Leave
  • Health Benefits
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Retirement
  • Study Grant towards Master’s Degree
  • Study Grant towards Doctoral Degree
  • Support for Advanced Short-Term Courses
  • Support for Membership in Professional Organizations