Thank you for your interest in working at Saint Mary Catholic School. Saint Mary’s welcomes applications at all times from qualified candidates for faculty and staff positions. Teaching candidates must have a degree in field or equivalent. Submit your letter of interest, résumé listing your complete work history, and Diocesan Application to
Jenni Ellis, Principal
Saint Mary’s Catholic School
9501 Gayton Road
Richmond, Virginia 23229
Current Employment Opportunities:
After School Care Staff
Please send a letter of interest, resume, and Diocesan application to Ms. Jenni Ellis, Principal at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The position is expected to begin in August 2018.
Saint Mary’s school maintains a list of competent, qualified substitute teachers that are called upon to provide classroom instruction in the absence of the regular teacher. Substitutes are paid on a per diem basis calculated on an hourly basis. Substitutes may apply to be added to the Saint Mary’s substitute list after an application is received, background screening is completed, and the candidate becomes familiar with classroom routines and school practices.
Long term substitutes (for absences such as family medical leave, extended leave, and other absences expected to exceed two or more weeks) are selected following the regular hiring procedures of Saint Mary’s Catholic School.
Non-Discrimination Policy of Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Richmond
As found in the Policy Manual of the Diocese of Richmond’s Office of Catholic Schools, Section IV:
Catholic Schools administered under the authority of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond comply with those constitutional and statutory provisions, as may be specifically applicable to the schools, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, marital status, handicap or disability, national origin, or citizenship in the administration of their educational, personnel, admissions, financial aid, athletic and other school administered programs.
The Diocese reserves the right, however, to determine whether and under what circumstances priority should be given to Catholics for certain employment positions. In addition, for Catholic employees, conformance with religious tenets of the Catholic faith is a condition of employment, and all employees may be prohibited from performing, teaching or advocating in the workplace any practices of doctrines which are inconsistent with religious tenets of the Catholic faith. Consistent with the foregoing, it is the policy and practice of the Diocese of Richmond and the parish to provide equal employment opportunity in employment, promotions, wages, benefits, and all other privileges, terms and conditions of employment.
This policy does not preclude the existence of single sex schools, nor does it conflict with the priority given to Catholics for admission as students. This policy also does not preclude the ability of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond to undertake and/or enforce appropriate actions with respect to applicants or students who teach or advocate on school property or at school functions any practices or doctrines which are inconsistent with religious tenets of the Catholic faith.
The administration, faculty and staff of Saint Mary’s Catholic School supports, complies with, and is governed by this policy.