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, or handicap. 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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Science Teacher (Two positions)

Job Summary: University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking two (2) experienced full-time Science Teachers. One position includes teaching integrated science with an emphasis on earth and physical science with a focus on the 8th grade level. Duties would include instruction for five sections of Integrated Science 8. The second position includes instruction in Biology and Chemistry with an emphasis on cell structure, cellular energy and metabolism, genetics, evolution, ecology, and anatomy or modern atomic theory, chemical names and formulas, stoichiometry, periodicity, and chemical equations, as applicable, with a focus on one or the other subject in a given year. Additional instruction time would include hands-on laboratory experiences for students. Additional duties would include one period of student prefecting and one homeroom period in accordance with department/school policies in effect at the time of hire.


Spanish Teacher

Job Summary: University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking an outstanding, highly qualified Spanish teacher. Responsibilities include: teaching reading, writing, listening, speaking, and culture in the Spanish language; designing engaging student-centered lesson plans; and creating innovative assessments. The ideal candidate must be able to form relationships with high school students, be well-trained in content knowledge and teaching strategies, and model what it looks like to be a reflective and lifelong learner.


Social Studies Teacher

Job Summary: University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking an outstanding, highly qualified Social Studies teacher. Responsibilities include helping students develop an understanding of the world through the study of history, geography, politics, economics, religion, and culture while fostering critical thinking, problem-solving, and an awareness of how historical events have shaped today's social and political climate. The ideal candidate must be a relationship builder, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be well trained in content knowledge and teaching strategies including the use of primary sources and inquiry-based instruction.


Campus Ministry and Service Coordinator

Job Summary: The Campus Ministry and Service Coordinator is responsible for administering student service and campus ministry programs and initiatives in support of the Mission and Vision of U of D Jesuit and the development of students to be Men for Others.



Dean of Student Activities

Job Summary: The Dean of Student Activities is responsible for administering the non-athletic, co-curricular program at U of D Jesuit, providing leadership and direction to ensure the program supports intellectual, personal, and social development of students outside of the classroom and is well-rounded. This is a full-time position, which includes moderating the Student Senate and providing resources to clubs and organizations as well as coordinating their activities.


Assistant Principal for Student Affairs

Job Summary: The Assistant Principal for Student Affairs (APSA) is a key leadership position at U of D Jesuit. The Assistant Principal is a member of the School Life Team (Principal, Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs, Assistant Principal of the Jesuit Academy, Athletic Director, Director of Faith and Service). The APSA is the lead administrator of the Student Affairs Office (SAO) and is responsible for creating and maintaining a healthy atmosphere that promotes positive relationships, self-discipline, and an environment of mutual respect within the student community. The APSA’s primary duties include mentoring and instructing students in order to help students follow school policies, assisting teachers in classroom management, maintaining students’ records, facilitating the daily operation of the school, directing all non-athletic student activities, and assisting the Principal with school leadership.


Facility Maintenance - Joe Louis Park and Johnson Recreation Center Campus

Job Summary: University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is actively seeking a Facility Maintenance person for our Joe Louis Park and Johnson Recreation Center campus. The successful candidate will be skilled in general maintenance, takes pride in the quality of their work, is dependable, and enjoys being a team player. Facility Maintenance is responsible for assigned maintenance duties in addition to general support of the events schedule at the U of D Jesuit Johnson Recreation Center (Center). This position also provides support to the outside cleaning contractor by responding to general maintenance and repairs as needed and identified--assisting operations by ensuring a safe environment—and provides grounds maintenance as needed, such as trash removal, snow removal, weed and grass cutting to keep the exterior of the building safe and pleasing to the eye. Responsibilities may also extend to ancillary properties and related rental properties managed by or connected to the Center.


Administrative Assistant - Counseling Depts and Academic Affairs

Job Summary: The Administrative Assistant, Counseling Departments and Academic Affairs, is a full-time, 12-month position at U of D Jesuit, providing administrative and clerical support for all aspects of the Counseling, College Counseling, and Academic Affairs. The Administrative Assistant works closely with School and College Counselors to ensure each department meets its desired goals and objectives efficiently and effectively while providing optimal support to all Academy and High School students by working closely with counselors, faculty, staff, and parents. Primarily during the summer months but also as needed this position provides clerical support to the Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs to further academic initiatives.