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.

APPLICATIONS

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

FACULTY JOB OPENINGS 

ENGLISH TEACHER

Job Summary: University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is seeking an experienced full-time English teacher for students in grades 7 and 9. Duties would include instruction for five sections of English to include literature, composition, formal English grammar, and sentence diagramming. 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.


 

NON-FACULTY JOB OPENINGS 

DAY SHIFT CUSTODIAN - GYM

 

The Day Shift Custodian / Gym is responsible for providing overall support in the cleaning and maintenance of the school facilities as a member of the Facilities Team, to include particular focus on the maintenance and upkeep of the gymnasium and related areas. Job responsibilities include assigned duties giving support to the gymnasium and related areas in addition to being a team player within the Facilities Team.


 

DIRECTOR OF SECURITY AND CAMPUS SAFETY

The Director of Security and Campus Safety is responsible for the overall security and safety of the U of D Jesuit campus, Johnson Recreation Center, Joe Louis Park and other remote athletic facilities as well as working with all constituents in developing, understanding and applying campus security and safety policies and procedures. The Director acts as a point person for the school with community groups and surrounding neighbors. The Director is also responsible for being informed on all government regulations related to security and ensuring the school is compliant with these regulations. This is a plain-clothes, professionally dressed, administrative position.


 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE

Job Summary: The Administrative Assistant for the Student Affairs Office provides clerical and administrative support to all aspects of the attendance process and a wide variety of student activities. The Administrative Assistant communicates with students, parents, faculty, and staff on behalf of the Student Affairs Office. The Administrative Assistant provides organizational assistance and cooperation with all school departments in arranging and managing student activities. The Administrative Assistant maintains and enters student data in the school records management system (Blackbaud – K-12), answers the phone, greets visitors to the office, maintains student files, and generates and processes reports.