Careers

Careers at St John's

St. John's School seeks to attract qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds to its faculty, staff, and student body. Consequently, the School does not discriminate in admissions, educational programs or employment against any individual on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, handicap or disability, religion, age, sexual orientation or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.

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Laws & Protections

St. John's School is compliant with all laws and regulations that protect those eligible to work in the United States. We adhere to the laws and programs listed below. Please click the buttons below for more information.
For more information, contact Audrey Fussel in the HR Department:

St. John's School
2401 Claremont Lane
Houston, TX 77019-5897
Phone: 713-850-0222 ext. 303
Fax: 713-622-2309
Email: afussell@sjs.org

Statement on Community and Inclusion

Every member of the St. John’s community will be known and loved. In accordance with that idea, our Mission Statement, and the Precepts and Principles of the St. John’s School, care is the School’s cardinal virtue, and we sustain a caring and welcoming culture for all.

In our community, we celebrate, promote, and appreciate the differences and similarities of our experiences. For us, community means respecting differences in ability, age, ethnicity, gender identity, race, religion and belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and thought. Our community is dynamic and ever changing.

Respecting these differences is not enough, though, and we ensure an environment in which everyone can feel comfortable, heard, and included. We value inclusion because it makes us all stronger as a community. A diversity of worldviews challenges us to consider other points of view and is essential to a full education and the development of well-rounded future leaders.

To promote these values, we will ensure cultural intelligence and proficiency for all members of our community. We:
  • Incorporate cultural proficiency, diversity, global awareness, and inclusivity into all facets of the K-12 curricula and co-curricular activities.
  • Create opportunities for board, faculty, staff, student, and parent development and community education initiatives in these areas.
  • Ensure broad representation among students, faculty, staff, and administrators through recruitment and retention of candidates from underrepresented groups.
  • Challenge ourselves to continually reevaluate curricula, policies, and practices to ensure that we continue to grow and welcome all voices.

St. John’s only fulfills its mission when all community members feel included, safe, and empowered to fully participate in all aspects of community life.

Unanimously Approved by the St. John's School Board of Trustees on September 8, 2018

Submitting Resumes

Please email a resume and cover letter to the following individuals: (NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE)
Upon acceptance of interest, substitutes will be required to complete a Faculty Application and Release for Background Check Form. Once the background check clears, substitutes will be required to complete the necessary payroll forms and the mandatory online training program, at which point the substitute will then be added to the available substitute listing. If you have any questions regarding this process, please feel free to contact Audrey Fussell.

Abuse Prevention

Because we care about the safety of those under our watch, St. John’s School has partnered with Praesidium Inc.  Praesidium specializes in abuse risk management and is an expert in helping ensure organizations do all they can to keep children safe. We continue to strengthen and expand the screening and selection process, among many of our policies, and now have our first employee to become a Certified Praesidium Guardian and support others who will follow.

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