The Archdiocese of Washington is an equal opportunity employer.
Thank you for your interest in working for the Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of
Washington. For your convenience, these instructions are to inform you of relevant Archdiocesan policies and to provide you with a checklist to assist you in the application process.
Please be aware of the following:
1. The application is intended for use by Archdiocesan Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese
of Washington. Use of this form by an Archdiocesan Catholic School in no way
indicates that the applicant will be an employee of the Archdiocese of Washington.
2. While the Catholic Schools Office assists by establishing contact between schools having
job vacancies and available applicants, applicants must understand that pastors of
individual schools or administrators of non-parish schools hire the employees.
3. Applications are active only until a position has been filled. Applicants wishing to be considered for other Archdiocese positions must submit a new application to each Job ID through SchoolSpring.
4. Archdiocesan policy requires that all employees be at least 18 years of age.
5. The Catholic identity of our schools is paramount, and the responsibility for developing
and enhancing that identity rests with the administration of each school. Therefore, it is
Archdiocesan policy that applicants wishing to be considered for the position of
principal of a Catholic school must be practicing Catholics in good standing.
6. The Archdiocese will only consider complete SchoolSpring applications, and applications will be processed only when all information and supporting documents have been received by the Catholic Schools Office via SchoolSpring.
Please make sure that you do the following:
___ State in your SchoolSpring cover letter what position you are seeking and why you would like to work for a Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Washington.
___ Make certain that your SchoolSpring application includes your updated resume and work experience information.
For all applications for schools located in the state of Maryland, the applicant must complete and provide the hiring school at their interview with top of first page and all of second page of the Employment History Review Form for (1) the applicant’s current employer; (2) ALL of the applicant’s former school employers; and (3) ALL other employers where applicant had direct contact with minors. Please bring these forms if you are selected for interview.
The Employment History Review Form can be found at:
"Statement Acceptance of Guiding Principals for the Schools in the Archdiocese of Washington"
Catholic schools function at several interlocking levels within the educational ministry of the Church. As academic institutions, they enable students to acquire skills, knowledge, occupational competence and civic responsibility. As Christian institutions committed to the teachings of the Catholic Church, Catholic schools prepare students to respond in faith to Jesus Christ and to understand his message, to view human existence in terms of divinely appointed goals, to follow moral standards of conduct and to achieve integrity of character. As Catholic communities of faith, schools deepen the ties between pastor, priests, faculty, parents and students. Building community in all areas of like, Catholic schools foster a spirit of service to humanity and a feeling of fellowship transcending individual difference.
Catholic schools seek primarily to serve all Catholic parents who seek Catholic education for their children. Because the ultimate responsibility for education rests with parents, schools welcome parent participation in policy decisions through formal channels and encourage informal communication at all levels in such matters as personnel, curriculum and finances. Pastors, administrators and teachers cooperate by fulfilling their respective responsibilities toward the school program. All parties together assess effectiveness in relation to the progress and needs of each student. To the community at large, Catholic schools represent a successful educational alternative, striving for academic excellence without sacrificing Catholic values. The development of each individual student is fostered through innovation and effective use of resources.
All employees and volunteers are required, as a condition of employment and acceptance of volunteer services, to teach and exemplify the guiding principles set forth above.
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