Bishop O’Connell is a Catholic school in the Diocese of Arlington Virginia. For over sixty years, our school has offered students a mission-centered Catholic education, rooted in Christ with a focus on the development of the whole person. Qualified candidates will work well as part of a faculty team that actively engages students in their faith formation, academic instruction, and social emotional development. We are a community of life-long learners, and faculty and staff are committed to ongoing professional development and collaboration with colleagues both within and across disciplines. There is an expectation that faculty and staff will participate in the school’s in-services, retreats, and other events promoting the education and formation of young adults.
Bishop O’Connell is a thriving, inclusive educational community that both encourages innovation and respects tradition. We are excited to share our story with you!
PLEASE NOTE: Once hired, the school expects faculty members to stay current with professional development activities, as well as to participate in the school’s in-services, retreats, and other events promoting the education and formation of young adults. Candidates should work well as part of a faculty team that actively engages students in their faith formation, academic instruction, and the development of the whole person.
TO APPLY - Unless otherwise indicated above, candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) professional references to Mrs. Meghan Lonergan, Dean of Mission, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to applying directly to Bishop O’Connell, all interested candidates are required to complete an application provided by the Diocese of Arlington. This application can be downloaded from the Office of Catholic Schools' website.
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: