At the University of Detroit Jesuit High School & Academy we strive to provide a well-rounded, inclusive employee experience grounded in mutual respect and accountability.  Our students, faculty, and staff mirror the diversity of Metro Detroit.  We invest in our employees and foster their professional and spiritual growth.  As members of the Jesuit Schools Network, employees belong to larger communities rooted in Jesuit education and Ignatian spirituality. We foster clear communication and a shared vision created by faculty, staff, and administration.


A completed application is required for all positions at U of D Jesuit High School and Academy.

University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all candidates for employment equally regardless of age, color, national origin, race, sex, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Because of its status as a religious entity the school may consider a candidate’s religious affiliation in its employment decisions, consistent with State and Federal law.



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Facilities Maintenance

University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking a dedicated and conscientious individual for its Facilities Maintenance position. Facilities Maintenance is responsible for providing support as a skilled handyperson, groundskeeper, and maintenance technician, working individually as well as in conjunction with a team, in support of school operations, and with the goal of maintaining and improving the school’s historic as well as newer buildings and grounds.


Gift Processor

U of D Jesuit is seeking an effective, thorough, and efficient Gift Processor for its Advancement Department. The Gift Processor is responsible for processing and acknowledging all gifts, managing donor records, providing clerical support, and assisting with other departmental activities.


FIRST Robotics Head Coach

University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking a Head Coach for its FIRST Robotics Team. The FIRST Robotics Team is a unique school activity in which students work with engineering mentors, school advisors, and each other to design, build, program, and compete with a robot against other teams around the world. The team at U of D Jesuit is Team 1701, aka The Robocubs. As a team, they strive to build a culture within the school and throughout the city of Detroit, that encourages and celebrates science, technology, engineering, and math; that operates with integrity and professionalism; and that strives to achieve justice in access to technology and knowledge.