A private Episcopal school for primary through high school students in Houston, Texas

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Jobs at St. Francis

Working at St. Francis is enriched by the school’s unique, community-centric environment; plenty of creativity-inspiring challenges; and ample tangible and intangible rewards. When we are seeking to fill a faculty or staff position, we look at the qualifications and education of the applicant to determine suitability. Preference is given to candidates with advanced degrees, exceptional teaching experience, and a love for fun!

Benefits

St. Francis Episcopal School has designed a program of benefits to help provide for the well-being of employees and their families. These include health, dental, vision, and disability insurance; competitive compensation and retirement benefits; generous time off; and myriad professional development opportunities.

Openings

To explore St. Francis's current job opportunities, please click on your area of interest from the following list. 

Career Center

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St. Francis is a drug-free workplace. As a condition of employment candidates must pass background screening and pre-employment drug testing.

St. Francis is an equal opportunity employer. In compliance with State and Federal law, The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age in any of its policies or administration of those policies pertaining to hiring or employment practices. Nor does the School discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin with regard to admission procedures, scholarship, financial aid, or in any of the athletic or other school administered curricular programs.

In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities for all individuals, employment decisions at St. Francis Episcopal School are based on qualifications, abilities, and merit. Because of its status as a religious entity, St. Francis may consider a candidate's religious affiliation in its employment decisions, consistent with State and Federal law.