Thank you for your interest in employment at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School. Cristo Rey is committed to diversity, open and honest hiring practices, justice in compensation and benefits, treating each person with respect and dignity, providing appropriate assistance in each person’s growth and spiritual development, and acting as a just steward of the resources entrusted to us.
In accordance with the regulations of the State of Illinois and the Archdiocese of Chicago, Cristo Rey conducts background checks on all employees, contractors and volunteers. In accordance with the regulations of the State of Illinois, all new employees will also be required to submit fingerprints.
Cristo Rey provides equal employment opportunity for all qualified persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, ethnicity, ancestry, military status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, age, marital status, veteran status or any other classification protected by applicable law.
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The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong dedication to Catholic education, willingness to work collaboratively with a talented faculty and staff, commitment to a population with limited financial means, and comfort working in a dual language environment.
Minimum BA in Mathematics and ability to teach all levels of math including Calculus; MA preferred.
Illinois Secondary PEL or equivalent preferred.
Practicing Catholic preferred; all teachers must be open to helping form the spiritual values of the students and supporting the Jesuit, Catholic identity of the school.
Spanish speaking preferred; all teachers must be comfortable in an environment where both Spanish and English are spoken freely.
For the position of Campus Minister, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School seeks a committed, faith-filled, academically qualified person to serve on a team that oversees and implements all programs of faith and worship for students and assists with spiritual formation of faculty and staff.
The Campus Minister, in collaboration with other members of the Ministry team, oversees student retreats at every level, including Kairos retreats for junior and seniors; all-school Mass each month and level Mass each quarter, as well as liturgies and prayer services for liturgical seasons and special events; daily morning prayer; and activities and education related to social justice and Ignatian vocabulary and values.
This full-time position includes teaching or supervising 1-2 classes and an advisory group, depending on the candidate’s areas of education and expertise.
-Practicing Catholic with a degree in theology, ministry, or a related field, or demonstrated training expertise in ministry.
-Must have a strong desire and ability to work as part of a collaborative ministry team.
-Spanish language ability and experience in Hispanic ministry strongly preferred; must be comfortable in a dual-language environment and willing and able to plan ministry activities that represent our school community’s languages and cultures.
For the position of Service Coordinator, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School seeks a committed, faith-filled, academically qualified person to direct the area of Christian Service, including service learning, social justice education, and areas of faith development and formation.
The Service Coordinator oversees planning, coordinating, and tracking the service requirements for each grade level, including collaboration with teachers and service sites; coordinating group service activities; student participation in summer service trips, the Jesuit Day of Service, and the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice; and school-wide presentations and student clubs to promote advocacy and social justice education.
This full-time position includes teaching or supervising 1-2 classes, depending on the candidate’s areas of education and expertise.
-Practicing Catholic required; preferred degree in social justice, theology, or a related field, or equivalent experience.
-Must be highly organized and have a strong desire and ability to work as part of a collaborative ministry team.
-Spanish language ability and experience in Hispanic ministry strongly preferred; must be comfortable working with students, faculty, staff, and outside agencies in a dual-language environment.