The Department of Catholic Schools assists individuals who wish to become employed by one of the 44 schools located within the Archdiocese of San Antonio

Contacts and interviews will be made by the interested principal.
Employment offers will be made by the hiring principal

Employment Procedures

Dear Applicant,

Thank you for your interest in the Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of San Antonio. The Department of Catholic Schools will facilitate the hiring process by keeping your complete application and required documents on file for one year from the receipt of the application.  They will be made accessible to schools within the Archdiocese.  In order for your file to be activated:

  1. Complete and return the employment application.
  2. Provide official transcripts from all accredited institutions attended. An unofficial copy can be submitted temporarily.
  3. Arrange to have three reference forms sent within 1 month of receipt of the application.
  4. Read the “General Information for Applicants” that follows this letter.

All documents listed above are to be sent to:

Department of Catholic Schools
Teacher Recruitment
2718 West Woodlawn
San Antonio, TX  78228

Before being offered a ministry agreement, you must complete a Criminal Background Search Authorization and Release Form and return it to the Archdiocesan Office of Human Resources for processing.  All employment is contingent upon successful completion of the background check.

Thank you for your interest in Catholic education.

For more information contact nelda.wohl@archsa.org


I.          REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Application, Official Transcript(s), 3 reference forms

  1. Download the application from this website. The acceptance of an application does not imply that there is a vacancy or that the applicant is under consideration for immediate appointment.
  2. The application should be filled out completely. Please DO NOT state “See Resume”. Indicate N/A as needed.
  3. Official transcripts should be requested and sent directly to the Department of Catholic Schools.
  4. All documents become the property of the Archdiocese of San Antonio Department of Catholic Schools, which reserves the right to accept or reject them.
  5. All documents must be received within one month of receipt of the first item. If all documents are not received, the existing paperwork will be considered inactive and will be destroyed.
  6. Documents will remain on file for 1 year. The document file can be extended for an additional year if a signed request is submitted.
  7. Confidential inquiry may be made of listed references by the hiring principal. If you do not wish that your present employer be contacted at this time, please indicate so. Your present employer will be contacted before employment.

Send all documents to:
Department of Catholic Schools
Teacher Recruitment
2718 W. Woodlawn Ave.
San Antonio, TX  78228


  • Interviewing and Hiring
    After careful review and evaluation of the required documents, the applicant’s information will be made available to the principals at all archdiocesan affiliated schools. Contacts and interviews will be made by the interested principal. Employment offers will be made by the hiring principal.


  • All salary arrangements are made at the local campus with the school principal.


  1. The Archdiocese of San Antonio provides premium paid medical and dental coverage and a prescription service for all full-time employees of the archdiocese.
  2. Dependent coverage is offered at the employee’s expense.

TCCED Educational Personnel Requirements
(Minimum Requirements)
PRINCIPAL: The Principal must be a Catholic with a commitment to ongoing formation in catechetical and spiritual leadership development. All principals must have a master's degree with 18 hours in educational administration and supervision courses.
TEACHERS: Teachers must hold a bachelor's degree in the area they are assigned to teach or a degree and a minimum of 18 content area hours and 12 education hours. Technology proficiency is required of those teachers who will be integrating technology into the content areas. A special effort is made to hire Catholics as teachers.

(Secondary) Hold a master's degree in library science or a bachelor's degree with a learning resources endorsement. Evidence in proficiency in the use of information technology resources.
(Elementary) Hold a minimum of an Associates Degree or sixty (60) college hours. Evidence of knowledge of library procedures, technical services, material selections, appropriate selection of books, including quality children's literature books, basic reference skills, and the use of information technology resources.

COUNSELOR: Must have a master's degree in counseling. A master's degree in psychology or social work is acceptable if graduate courses in counseling are included in the degree. Texas certification is not required for employment.

Employment Opportunities

Principal Positions

The Archdiocese of San Antonio Department of Catholic Schools is accepting applications for principals’ positions.. Candidate must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church and must possess a Master’s degree with 18 credit hours in educational administration and supervision.

Applications can be sent to:

Department of Catholic Schools
2718 W. Woodlawn Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78228

Below is a list of schools that currently have administrative openings.
Please be aware that each school has its own search committee.
Updated: 12/22/2014
~ Administrative Openings ~


The Department of Catholic Schools is looking for an Accounting Specialist to work at multiple schools within the Archdiocese. This is a Part-Time / Non-Exempt position working approximately 25 hours per week. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. The candidate will report directly to the Department of Catholic School’s Business Manager.


  • Provide bookkeeping support to school business entity.
  • Maintain and administer Purchase Order System, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable accounting systems.  
  • Prepare Bank Deposits.
  • Maintain appropriate filing system.
  • Able to prepare financial reports on a monthly and/or annual basis.  


  • Knowledge and experience with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, General Ledger accounting software such as Logos, Parish Soft or similar programs in a general accounting office setting. 
  • Familiar with MS WORD and MS EXCEL.  
  • Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Good organization and prioritization skills. 
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and be part of a successful team is extremely important.


  • High school diploma or equivalent. 
  • Two or Four Year College degree preferred but not required depending on level of experience.

Interested candidates may submit resume to:
David Pollock
Archdiocese of San Antonio
Department of Catholic Schools
2718 W. Woodlawn
San Antonio, TX  78228

Academic Intervention Specialist

The Catholic Schools Office is seeking an Academic Intervention Specialist responsible for the program development of services to students with different learning needs. The position will include:

  • Collaboration with site-based schools to implement academic intervention program;
  • Coordination of testing and evaluation services;
  • Consultation to school administration, faculty, and/or parents regarding interpretation of evaluation and implementation of recommendations and/or accommodations;
  • Direct services and academic support to include classroom observations, teacher coaching, academic planning services, implementation of accommodations and/or modifications, and initiating the referral process;
  • Provide professional development to schools regarding differentiated instruction, intervention, and behavior modification.

Required Education/Experience:

  • Master’s degree in Special Education, psychology (clinical, counseling, school) or related field. Licensed Psychological Associate license preferred.
  • Strong elementary/middle school experience, exceptional communication skills, passion for Catholic education, and knowledge of learning styles and learning differences.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to:
Mrs. Marti West, Interim Superintendent
Catholic Schools Office
2718 W. Woodlawn Ave.
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Fax: (210) 734-9112

St.Gregory the Great

St. Gregory the Great Catholic School in San Antonio Texas, grades PK3 – 8, is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Principal for the 2014-2015 academic year. The Principal will be responsible for the day to day operations and management of staff and students to include curriculum development, staff development, financial management, public relations, and maintenance of school accreditation. The Principal will report to St. Gregory the Great Parish Pastor.

Desired qualifications: Practicing Catholic with a minimum of (2) years administrative experience, a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration or Curriculum, and experience in a Catholic School setting preferred. Must have proven strong communication, organizational and management skills. Must be able to work collaboratively with the Pastor, faculty, school and parish staff, school families, and school advisory board to ensure the mission of the parish and school are fulfilled.

The candidate for this position must be able to create an environment that promotes the Catholic faith and moral development of the school community and should be a practicing and active Roman Catholic in communion with the Church

Applications may be downloaded from www.sacatholicschools.org and will be accepted until position is filled.  Applications and resumes should be forwarded for consideration to:

Marti West
Archdiocese of San Antonio
Department of Catholic Schools
2718 W. Woodlawn
San Antonio, TX  78228

For more information on St. Gregory the Great Catholic School, please visit their website at www.stgreagorys.net



Teacher Positions

Download a list of current teacher openings.

Teacher Opening 2014 - 2015

If you would like information on the positions on these lists please contact the school.


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