St. George’s Episcopal School is a coeducational, independent school serving approximately 395 students from nursery through eighth grade and employing approximately 100 faculty and staff. Here, each child grows academically, creatively, emotionally and spiritually while developing a sense of self-worth and moral responsibility. This is a family-like atmosphere of care and concern with a highly trained and dedicated faculty. Educational excellence at St. George’s begins with the simple premise that each child is unique—that is, each child’s strengths are worth cultivating and celebrating, and each child’s challenges are worth identifying and embracing, for only then will grit and perseverance accompany growth and development. This is why our graduates develop into lifelong learners and consequently find acceptance and success in the finest high schools in New Orleans. This is also why our parents, grandparents, alumni, friends and students have an enduring love for the school.
St. George’s aims to employ a collaborative, creative, joyful and diverse faculty and staff. We hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other category protected by applicable law. We are committed to an inclusive school culture and to recruiting and hiring faculty of diverse backgrounds and experience.
Thank you for your interest in employment at St. George's Episcopal School. Below are the positions that are currently available. If none are listed, you may still submit a letter of interest and a resume in PDF, Google or Word format via email to Jé Gales, Director of Human Resources, or you may call 504-891-5509.
Required for all job applications:
- Completed employment application
- Resume (and cover letter, if applicable) send to the administrator(s) listed on the job description
After Care Teacher: To read more, click HERE.
Director of Admission: The Director of Admission is responsible for leading the school’s enrollment program with a focus on identifying, recruiting, enrolling and retaining those students who will be best served by the mission and vision of St. George’s. To read more, click HERE. This position will begin July 2023.
Director of Resource Services: The Director of Resource Services is responsible for planning, scheduling, and overseeing the Resource Services department, including St. George's learning specialists and speech-language pathologists across campus from preschool through eight grade. To read more, click HERE. This position will begin July 2023.
Dragon Camp Teacher: Dragon Camp is a summer day camp for children 12 months - entering 3rd grade. Dragon Camp provides a safe, exciting and engaging program that focuses on the interests of the children in each classroom. In the classroom, teachers use the Project Approach to build on children's natural curiousity and engage them in learning about the world around them. In Grades 1-3, children engage with STEAM-focused activities to promote mathematical and investigative thinking. To read more, click HERE.
Middle School Math Teacher (potential Department Chair): St. George’s is seeking an experienced math teacher to join our Middle School Math Department. The successful candidate will also possess leadership skills and would be considered as a possible Mathematics Department Chair. The Middle School Math Department at St. George’s consists of three full-time teachers who expertly enact our model of three leveled groupings to ensure a personalized learning approach that both challenges and supports every student, fostering confidence and continuous progress in mathematics. The above-grade-level section stresses guided inquiry and problem solving with students working towards high school algebra credit by the 8th grade year. The grade-level section is taught with a blend of guided inquiry and direct instruction to conduct class discussions and present new material. To read more, click HERE.
Student Support Technician (Early Childhood): The Student Support Technician will provide one-on-one support to an assigned student during the academic year and throughout summer sessions of Dragon Camp. The Student Support Technician’s focus is to provide assistance in the specific area(s) of need for that student. The types of support he/she will provide may be of a social, emotional, behavioral and/or academic nature. To read more, click HERE.
Substitute Teacher: To read more, click HERE.