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Employment Opportunities

Chaminade College Preparatory School, an independent, Catholic school is dedicated to developing the inherent spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical potential of young men in middle and high school. We hire dedicated teachers who are passionate about student learning and working in a collaborative environment.

All positions are expected to meet the general requirements listed below. Position specific requirements, if any, will be listed with those positions.

All employees are required to take the Protecting God's Children workshop as presented by the St. Louis Archdiocese.

Interested candidates may submit a resume and cover letter to Karen Carroll, [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Available Positions:

This is a full-time faculty position in the Classical and Modern Languages Department which reports to the department chair and the principal.


Ideal candidates will:

  • Be able to teach high-level Latin classes;
  • Have a Masters in Latin;
  • Organize and use a variety of teaching techniques, strategies, materials, and technology to maximize the learning of each student, individually and in group settings;
  • Assess student progress, provide students and parents with specific feedback, and use the results to adjust instruction as needed;
  • Provides opportunities for academic support and challenge;
  • Have strong classroom management skills;
  • Actively participate in student and faculty activities (retreats, lunch duty, faculty meetings, and in-service activities).



The School Librarian is a full-time, non-teaching faculty position. The librarian is responsible for carrying out the mission of the library: to encourage students to be enthusiastic readers, to collaborate with the academic departments in the endeavors of curriculum-based research, and to preserve the library space as an area of intellectual collaboration, learning, and inquiry.


As a member of the Modern Learning Department, the librarian will work under the direction of the Department Chair in decision-making, particularly in regard to carrying out the modern vision of the library at Chaminade, as well as in decisions of selection, acquisition, evaluation, and organization of the physical and digital resources. The ideal candidate must possess a relentless enthusiasm for reading, a collegial desire to work closely with the academic departments, and strong organizational and time-management abilities.


The Librarian reports to the Principal and works under the direction of the Modern Learning Department Chair.


Specific Responsibilities Include:


  • Working collaboratively with the Department Chair, develop research goals with each academic department
  • Promoting the ethical use of information among students, including digital literacy skills, critical thinking, and identifying bias. 
  • Keeping accurate electronic records of all circulation
  • Managing the reading incentive program for the middle school
  • Maintaining the integrity of the library as a space for academic learning




  • High-level computer skills
  • Infectious love of reading
  • Strong understanding of research skills, citations, and information literacy
  • Attention to detail, organization, and problem-solving skills
  • Collegiality and the ability to work collaboratively with academic departments
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Experience with curriculum or teaching is preferred
  • Actively participate in student and faculty activities (retreats, lunch duty, faculty meetings, and in-service activities)

These are full- and part-time staff positions in the Facility Department who report to the Facilty Manager.


In this position you will:

  • Perform custodial work in academic, athletic, and resident areas
  • Respond to immediate custodial requests
  • Perform room set-up for special events and activities
  • Perform minor maintenance such as lamp and filter replacement, painting
  • Assist with other maintenance tasks as needed


Send resume to: [email protected]. No phone calls, please.

These are per-diem faculty positions that report to the high school principal.

Substitute teachers will:

  • Assume duties of the regular classroom teacher promptly and in accordance with school rules;
  • May supervise students in out-of-class settings (e.g., assemblies, lunchroom) as directed and supervised by the principal;
  • Implement existing lesson plans in a manner that ensures the integrity of academic time, and motivates students to learn and participate;
  • Instruct students regarding a variety of classroom topics/courses of instruction, as determined by the lesson plan;
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students. Address the various learning styles of students accordingly;
  • Assign reasonable tasks and homework to students in accordance with the lesson plans;
  • Maintain classroom control that fosters a safe, positive environment for all students and staff;
  • Ensure adequate supervision of students and classroom environment to assure health, welfare, and safety of students.

This is a staff position in the Resident Department who reports to the Resident Director and the Principal.


The role of Prefect requires that you supervise approximately 60 young men one or two days each week in addition to an alternating weekend schedule. Compensation includes room, board, and a stipend.


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Being an adult mentor to the resident students
  • Being available to assist students with their academic work
  • Moderating recreation periods
  • Driving the students to off campus activities and appointments
  • Appropriately addressing disciplinary issues and safety concerns

General Requirements:

  • Applicants for Middle School positions have experience teaching in the middle school environment.
  • Applicant possesses both a BA and MA in content or related area.
  • Applicant possesses Missouri State Certification.
  • Applicant recognizes the importance of student faith development as a priority in a Catholic, Marianist school.
  • Applicant is an innovative and qualified teaching professional.
  • Applicant is a hardworking and enthusiastic teaching professional with excellent subject knowledge and a sound understanding of grade level curriculum.
  • Applicant exhibits involvement in teaching students and assisting in the encouragement of extra-curricular activities.
  • Applicant motivates with a keen interest in encouraging and inspiring students to love learning and excel in the subject area.
  • Applicant demonstrates methods that support the physical, social, cognitive, and emotional development of students.
  • Applicant creates appropriate instruction adaptation for learners of different abilities.
  • Applicant understands individual group behaviors and motivations as to create a safe learning environment.
  • Applicant creates learning environments that encourage positive social interaction and self-motivation.
  • Applicant designs and delivers appropriate and regular student assessments.
  • Ideal applicant is a practicing Catholic.