Thank you for you interest in joining the community of Bishop O'Connell High School. Established by the six original parishes of Arlington, Virginia, Bishop O'Connell has been educating the youth of the Washington Metropolitan Area since 1957.
Rooted in the traditions of Catholic Education, the faculty and staff are made up of a diverse group of professionals, 60 percent of which hold a masters or doctorate degree. Though we have over 1,200 students, the 14:1 student/teacher ratio fosters a community atmosphere. The fact that 21 individuals have been on staff for more than 20 years and that 30 have returned to teach at their alma mater shows that being part of Bishop O'Connell is an indelible experience.
It is however, the Bishop O'Connell students who provide us all with a vibrant, diverse center of academic achievement, social service and fun. Each year our students' academic performance is among the nation's best. The SAT scores are well above the national average and 98 percent of our graduates continue on to higher education. In addition, Bishop O'Connell also provides academic support for students with documented learning disabilities through the Muller Academic Services Program.
Openings for the 2014-2015 School Year
Art Teacher - Bishop O'Connell is seeking an art teacher for an opening to last from early November through the end of the 2014 -2015 school year. Specific teaching responsibilities for this position would include Art 1, Photography and Graphic Art Design. The preferred candidate will hold a degree in art or art education and have experience in teaching high school level art. Please electronically submit a cover letter, resume and three (3) professional references to Mrs. Meghan Lonergan, Dean of Mission, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-Call Substitutes - Bishop O’Connell is currently looking for responsible individuals to serve as on-call substitutes on the Anchor Days of our schedule. Typically there are 2-3 anchor days in a given week. A list is maintained of on-call substitutes who can be called on a given day to cover the classes of a teacher who will be absent. Notification of a need typically occurs in the early morning for a need that same day. Occasionally advance notice can be given. The main qualification for the position is a responsible individual who enjoys working with high school age students. Experience in education and a bachelor's or associate's degree is preferred. Compensation is on an hourly basis. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume, including at least two professional references, to Meghan Lonergan, Dean of Mission at email@example.com.
Constituent Relations Manager – Bishop O’Connell High School currently has an opening in the Advancement Office for a Manager of Constituent Relations. The ideal candidate has fundraising, special event and alumni relations experience. The Manager of Constituent Relations plans, implements and promotes programs and events that engage alumni, parents and other constituents in support of the strategic priorities of the school. It is a full-time, exempt, 12-month position. Qualified graduates of Bishop O’Connell are encouraged to apply. Please send a cover letter and resume to Kim Aubry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Openings - Although we currently have no other openings on our staff, we are happy to keep resumes on file for future consideration. If you would like to submit your resume for our files, please select the online employment inquiry link below:
ONLINE EMPLOYMENT INQUIRY
Please Note: All successful candidates will then be required to complete an application provided by the Diocese of Arlington. This application can be downloaded from the Office of Catholic Schools' website.