Current Open Positions
Early Childhood & Primary Inclusion Teacher
Day to Day Substitute Teachers and Substitute Assistants as needed for grades PK-12: We are in need of substitute teachers. A college degree is necessary. A teaching certificate is preferred. Some candidates may also qualify with a Bachelor’s Degree. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or complete an application online on the school website.
Interested candidates please email Rachel Gemo at email@example.com) or complete an application online on the school website. Also, any teacher candidates MUST have a completed and approved file with the Archdiocese of Chicago. Please click HERE to begin your application if you are not yet approved. Thank you!
St. Benedict Preparatory School, operated under the auspices of the Catholic Bishop of Chicago, a corporation sole, in the Archdiocese of Chicago, is an equal opportunity employer. St. Benedict Preparatory School does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, age, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, mental or physical handicap unrelated to the ability to perform duties of the position in the principle of its employment policies and practices. This policy shall be interpreted consistently with the religious mission and teachings of the Catholic Church.
The primary goal of St. Benedict Preparatory School is to create a Catholic educational community, stressing the development of Christian character and leadership through a better understanding of the teachings and heritage of the Roman Catholic faith. As a school, we strive for excellence in education and to develop the whole person - spiritually, intellectually, morally, socially, artistically, and physically. To develop this whole person, we work in communication with the parish, the home, and the community.
The students of St. Benedict Preparatory School are separate individuals who approach the world of learning with various levels of development, natural ability and backgrounds. The teaching community addresses these levels through challenging opportunities for the students, using a curriculum that recognizes the cultural diversity of the student body, and incorporates a variety of teaching techniques and materials.