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Open Positions at Cristo Rey RT

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is a grade 9-12 Catholic Jesuit community that welcomes students of all faiths. We are committed to preparing students for college and life through rigorous academic and professional work-study programs. As a part of the nation's largest network supporting youth from families with limited economic resources, we began our journey in 2021. We're growing, adding classes, and looking to reach a capacity of 400 students by fall 2027. Are you ready to join us?
 
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Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School Bus Driver

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Bus Driver for our 14 passenger buses. Please see the position profile below for qualifications and contact information.

Qualifications
Successful candidates must:
  • Have a valid U.S. Driver's License.
  • Complete and maintain updated criminal and children's protective clearance before hire.
  • Be able to provide DMV records.
  • Be authorized to work legally in the U.S.
  • Be at least 25 years old.
  • Be available for morning and afternoon shifts, Monday – Friday.
  •         
Preference will be given to candidates who have:
  • Experience working with High School students and a diverse student population
  • Experience with a GPS.
  • A Commercial Driver's License (CDL) is preferred but not required.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred, not required.
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Transports students in compliance with all safety regulations and rules of the road as established by the state of North Carolina
  • Shifts can be set as morning, afternoon, or split shifts, so PERFECT for part-time or retired persons.
  • Picks students up from designated bus stops and brings them to school. (6:15-7:45 a.m.)
  • Takes students to and from work (8:15-10:00 a.m.) (2:00– 4:00 p.m.)
  • Drops students off at designated bus stops (4:00-5:00 p.m.)
  • Adhere to strict time schedules and routes for boarding, dropping off, and picking up students from neighborhoods and Corporate Partners as directed by the Manager.
  • Submits to and passes appropriate background checks and drug/alcohol testing as deemed appropriate
 
The pay is $16.50/hr. This is a Part-Time position.
Please send all resumes to [email protected]
 
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Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is a 9-12 Catholic Jesuit learning community that educates young people to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. Through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with a professional work-study experience, students graduate ready to succeed in college and life. Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is part of the country's largest network of high schools that exclusively support underserved youth. Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is scheduled to welcome freshmen to its campus in the summer of 2021. Classes for sophomores, juniors, and seniors will be added one year at a time towards a total capacity of 400 students by fall 2024.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not discriminate based on race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law in administering any educational programs and activities or employment.

Position: Campus Minister 

Reports to: Principal 

Beginning: August 1, 2024

FTE/Classification: Fulltime, 10-Month Contract 

 

Our School 

 

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is a grade 9-12 Catholic Jesuit community that welcomes students of all faiths and is committed to preparing students for college and life through rigorous academic and professional work-study programs. As a part of the nation's largest network supporting youth from families with limited economic resources, we began our journey in 2021. We're growing, adding classes, and looking to reach a capacity of 400 students by fall 2027.

 

Job Description

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is hiring a Campus Minister who is committed to the Ignatian spiritual formation and faith development of the school community. In this full-time, ten-month position, the Campus Minister is responsible for supporting the administration in developing and maintaining activities and programs outside of the classroom that deepen and expand the school’s Jesuit identity. Specifically, the Campus Minister provides comprehensive school-wide spiritual programming to all students, including school worship experiences, retreats, and community service opportunities. In addition to teaching two classes the Campus Minister is responsible for the overall faith formation program, which includes but is not limited to:

Campus Ministry

  • Direct the four-year student retreat program, including Kairos, grade-level, and special-focus retreats to support students in deepening their relationships with God, Jesus, self, and one another.
  • Schedule, plan, and coordinate school liturgies, especially all-school and small-group Masses, Baccalaureate Mass, and Reconciliation services; ensure student and staff involvement, liturgical music, and a variety of priests to preside.
  • Direct the CRRT four-year, student formation program in the Graduate at Graduation values.
  • With the President and Principal, actively support adult formation in Ignatian identity and the Catholic faith, including through staff retreats, adult formation groups, and related programming.
  • Direct and develop student peer ministry groups.
  • Plan and oversee school prayer, including at assemblies, in the daily Examen, and seasonal prayer experiences.
  • Enlist and oversee staff and faculty involvement in campus ministry on retreats, in liturgies, and at service outings.
  • Promote a welcoming atmosphere in which community members of all faiths and backgrounds are inclusively engaged and understand they are cared for, and valued parts of God’s creation.
  • Collaborate with school counselors, the dean of student culture, and other staff focused on wellness and mental health to minister to the spiritual and emotional needs of the school community.
  • Coordinate all logistics for campus ministry events to ensure adequate staffing, resources, and facilities, the safety of participants, compliance with laws and requirements, and clear communication and coordination.
  • Manage the campus ministry budget to ensure the school has liturgical supplies, retreat facilities, contracted programming personnel, and other essential resources for strong ministry and service programming.

Community Service 

  • Design and implement programming centered on “a faith that does justice.”
  • Ensure high-quality community service programming for students; support all students in meeting the annual community service requirement.
  • Enlist and help coordinate faculty and staff participation on community service trips.
  • Ensure strong logistical operations of community service events to ensure the safety of participants, compliance with laws and expectations, and clear communication and coordination.

 

Qualifications:

 Successful applicants will embody mission commitment, intellectual curiosity, openness to growth, and optimism. In addition, they will meet or exceed the following requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree with a major, minor, or comparable credential verifying expertise in campus ministry
  • Experience supporting faith formation and desire for ongoing growth in Ignatian spirituality and the Catholic faith.
  • Record of success with teenage students in ministry, community service, and/or student life
  • Proficiency in using technology to plan, communicate, and enhance student programming.
  • Strong organizational capacity, detail orientation, and interpersonal intelligence
  • Proficiency in Spanish is a plus.

 

To Apply

If you are interested in joining the team of educators charged with building this exciting educational option for underserved youth, please submit the following documents to [email protected]. 

  • A resume, which includes all teaching experience, certifications, and degrees held
  • A cover letter that includes your vision for Ignatian faith formation, explains why you wish to join Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School, and describes how your previous experiences have prepared you for this challenging and rewarding role.

 

About the Cristo Rey Network®
The Cristo Rey Network is the only network of high schools in the country that integrates four years of rigorous college preparatory academics with four years of professional work experience through the Corporate Work Study Program. Composed of 39 Catholic, college preparatory schools that today serve 12,500 students across the country and collectively claims over 25,000 graduates, the Cristo Rey Network delivers a powerful and innovative approach to education that equips students from families of limited economic means with the knowledge, character, and skills to transform their lives. The impact is clear: Cristo Rey graduates enroll and graduate from college at twice the rate of their low-income high school graduate peers.
 
Position Summary:
  • Reports to the School Principal.
  • Collaborates Directly with Students, Parents, Faculty, and College Admissions Representatives
  • The College Counselor is essential in ensuring all Cristo Rey students are on track to enroll and succeed in college. The position demands a remarkable commitment to serving diverse students of limited economic means, the majority of whom are first-generation degree seekers, through implementing a comprehensive, four-­year college counseling program. The position requires extensive experience with the college admissions process, a strong sense of low-­income students’ and family needs in preparing for college, and the ability to manage professional relationships across a variety of internal and external stakeholders. In addition, candidates should be prepared to work closely with Naviance, Scoir, or MaiaLearning and integrate it into the workflow of the college counseling office.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited 4-year college or university is required.
 
Primary Responsibilities:
  1. Participating in information programs hosted by colleges and universities in the region.
  2. Representing your school at local, state and national college admissions conferences (ACT/College Board, NACAC), college fairs, and college tours.
  3. Participating in professional development opportunities offered by local college access / admissions organizations (i.e. Association of College Admissions Counselors).
  4. Serving as an expert to students, parents and staff on the on the entire college search and selection process
  5. Demonstrated commitment to the Cristo Rey Network mission, with a belief in the potential for all students to succeed in college and career.
  6. Minimum of two years' experience in college counseling with economically disadvantaged, racially diverse students and their families.
  7. Strong understanding of the academic, financial, and social barriers to college access for underrepresented, first‐generation students.
  8. Adaptable, collaborative, accountable, and flexible.
  9. Ability to thrive in a fast-­paced, entrepreneurial school environment.
  10. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to manage professional relationships across diverse stakeholders.
  11. Fluency in Spanish is preferred but not required.

Job Type: Full-time
Benefits:
401(k)
401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Flexible schedule
Health insurance
Health savings account
Life insurance
Paid time off
Vision insurance

Schedule:
8-hour shift
Evenings as needed
Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Ability to Relocate:
Durham, NC 27701: Relocate before starting work (Required)
Work Location: In person
 
Interested: If you are interested in joining the team charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected] 

Job Title: Director of Development 

Reports To: President 

Location: 334 Blackwell St. Suite G100, Durham, NC 27701 

FTE/Classification: Full-time, Exempt/Non-exempt 

 

Primary Functions: The Director of Development is responsible for leading the Development and Communications teams to achieve the annual fundraising goal of approximately $2.0 million and external communications. The Director of Development is an experienced major gifts fundraiser, stewarding a portfolio of individuals, corporations, and foundations. The Director of Development formulates a dynamic plan to secure new sources of support by accessing and identifying financial needs in the school, researching potential funders, and composing case statements and unique funding proposals. The Director of Development serves as a key liaison to stakeholders including individuals, community organizations, corporations, and foundations invested in Cristo Rey Research Triangle’s success. 

 

Organization Summary 

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is an affordable Catholic high school located in Durham, North Carolina. Our mission is to deliver a career-focused college preparatory education for students with limited economic resources. We provide a unique educational experience by integrating rigorous academic curricula with four years of real-world work experience. In our third year of operation, we are growing from grades 9-11 and 210 students to serving 400 students in grades 9-12 and a robust graduate support program. While we currently have a $4.5 million budget, we expect a projected $8 million budget at full enrollment. 

 

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is part of an expanding national Cristo Rey Network where each student works one day per week in an entry-level corporate job to develop professional skills while earning half the cost of their education. There are currently 39 Cristo Rey Network high schools across the country, with additional schools coming. Collectively, our schools serve over 12,000 students in grades 9-12 and have over 28,000 graduates. The Network goal is for 70% of graduates to achieve a college degree within six years of high school graduation. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

Understand, embrace, and implement the school’s Cristo Rey and Jesuit mission and philosophy, and model the school’s philosophy in working with students, parents, colleagues, benefactors, corporate partners, and administration. 

 

Fundraising Responsibilities: 

▪ Direct a comprehensive fundraising program for an annual goal of approximately $2.0 million including Annual and Capital. 

▪ Work closely with the President on major and principal donor strategies. 

▪ Prepare and pitch proposals for funding by individual donors and foundations and explore creative, multi-year requests; 

▪ Work closely with the Director of Corporate Work Study to engage current and prospective job partners with the philanthropic activities of Cristo Rey. 

 

Communication Responsibilities 

▪ Develop and implement a strategy to continuously raise the school’s profile in the Research Triangle across mediums in collaboration with the Communication Manager. 

▪ Develop and implement comprehensive cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship plans for all donors. 

▪ Steward a portfolio of major donors and ensure they are engaged in the work of Cristo Rey through creative impact reports, thoughtful acknowledgments, and personal interactions. 

▪ Collaborate with the leadership team to provide content for and input on publications, newsletters, and marketing materials, as well as ensure the messaging and branding of all communications and event activities meet high standards. 

 

Administrative Responsibilities 

▪ Work closely with the President to set fundraising goals that are approved by the Board of Directors and accomplish goals against monitored expenses. 

▪ Build annual expense budget for all development functions and monitor expenses throughout the year. 

▪ Provide support to the President in areas of board reporting and board member identification and recruitment. 

▪ Staff all meetings in the Development Committee of the Board of Directors. 

▪ Participate in Cristo Rey Network meetings and events as necessary and represent Cristo Rey Research Triangle at conferences, meetings, and events. 

▪ Hire and manage a professional fundraising team responsible for the calendar of appeals, individual, corporate, and foundation proposals, scholarship management, relationship building, database management, stewardship, communications, and special event fundraising. 

▪ Provide guidance, leadership, and direction, including clearly defined performance expectations, and encourage professional development for the development team. 

▪ Utilize CRM system to track and plan all donor interactions and file correspondence as appropriate. Ensure that the CRM system is properly maintained, and gift acknowledgments are timely. 

▪ Collaborate with the Business Office to ensure accurate record-keeping for audit and reporting purposes. 

▪ Perform other duties and special projects as requested by the President. 

 

Experience Requirements 

▪ High energy and passion for the Cristo Rey mission are essential. 

▪ Understanding of the various social and professional networks within the Research Triangle 

▪ Professional experience in a non-profit organization; demonstrated success in advancement and development managing and forging relationships with multiple donor sources. 

▪ Proven experience in building new relationships and cultivating existing relationships. 

▪ Demonstrated experience in identifying, cultivating, and soliciting stewarded individual gifts, foundation grants, and $100,000 and above gifts. 

▪ Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships. 

▪ Ability to construct, articulate, and implement annual strategic development plans to secure fundraising for operations and capital improvements. 

▪ Strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional attention to detail. 

▪ Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. 

▪ Satisfactory completion of a criminal history background check and fingerprinting is required. 

▪ Commitment and capacity to serve and connect on a personal level with the mission of Cristo Rey Research Triangle serving families who meet the school’s economic parameters. 

▪ Ability to contribute as a leader and team member towards common goals and objectives. 

▪ Experienced in the dynamics of Ignatian spirituality and Jesuit education, preferred. 

▪ Bilingual in Spanish and English, preferred. 

 

Interested: If you are interested in joining the team charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected] 

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is hiring an English teacher for the 24-25 school year. We welcome applicants committed to transforming young people's lives through high-quality, holistic education. The successful applicants will be a caring, justice-oriented, innovative, and collaborative Spanish teacher willing to work tirelessly to ensure all students realize their potential for greatness. 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Teach five sections, including three sections of senior English and one additional English elective. 
  • Develop rigorous lessons in the subject area through a culturally relevant lens for predominantly first-generation, college-bound students. 
  • Incorporate Ignatian pedagogy to design more effective classroom experiences.
  • Utilize data-driven instruction and analysis of student assessment data.
  • Help each young man and woman develop as students, people of faith, and citizens committed to service.
  • Participate in collaborative, teacher-led teams to design instructional practices and grade-level interventions that support all students' socio-emotional growth and college readiness. 
  • Bring a growth mindset to bi-weekly coaching sessions.

 

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in education, English, or a related field.
  • A strong work ethic and dedication to the Cristo Rey mission and Jesuit identity. 
  • Competency in designing and implementing curricula to serve a heterogeneous student population diverse in culture, religion, and ability.

  • Ability to connect with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families.
  • Knowledge of best practices in secondary education.
  • Ability to build strong relationships, collaborate, and cultivate a loving, joyful school culture.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate with a growth mindset and seek opportunities for feedback.

 

To Apply

If you are interested in joining the founding team of educators charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected]  

  • A resume includes all teaching experience, certifications, and degrees.
  • A cover letter that includes your educational philosophy explains why you wish to join Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School, and describes how your previous experiences have prepared you for this challenging and rewarding role.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is hiring a history teacher for the 24-25 school year. We welcome applicants committed to transforming young people's lives through high-quality, holistic education. The successful applicants will be caring, justice-oriented, innovative, and collaborative history teachers willing to ensure all students realize their potential for greatness. 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Teach five sections of high school history. 
  • Develop rigorous lessons in the subject area through a culturally relevant lens for predominantly first-generation, college-bound students. 
  • Incorporate Ignatian pedagogy to design more effective classroom experiences.
  • Utilize data-driven instruction and analysis of student assessment data.
  • Help each young man and woman develop as students, people of faith, and citizens committed to service.
  • Participate in collaborative, teacher-led teams to design instructional practices and grade-level interventions that support all students' socio-emotional growth and college readiness. 
  • Bring a growth mindset to bi-weekly coaching sessions.

 

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in education, history, or a related field.
  • A strong work ethic and dedication to the Cristo Rey mission and Jesuit identity. 
  • Competency in designing and implementing curricula to serve a heterogeneous student population diverse in culture, religion, and ability.

  • Ability to connect with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families.
  • Knowledge of best practices in secondary education.
  • Ability to build strong relationships, collaborate, and cultivate a loving, joyful school culture.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate with a growth mindset and seek opportunities for feedback.

 

To Apply

If you are interested in joining the founding team of educators charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected]  

  • A resume that includes all teaching experience, certifications, and degrees held.
  • A cover letter that includes your educational philosophy explains why you wish to join Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School, and describes how your previous experiences have prepared you for this challenging and rewarding role.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is hiring math teachers for the 24-25 school year. We welcome applicants committed to transforming young people's lives through high-quality, holistic education. The successful applicants will be a caring, justice-oriented, innovative, and collaborative math teacher willing to ensure all students realize their potential for greatness. 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Teach five sections of either Math II and Math III or Pre-Calculus and Calculus. 
  • Develop rigorous lessons in the subject area through a culturally relevant lens for predominantly first-generation, college-bound students. 
  • Incorporate Ignatian pedagogy to design more effective classroom experiences.
  • Utilize data-driven instruction and analysis of student assessment data.
  • Help each young man and woman develop as students, people of faith, and citizens committed to service.
  • Participate in collaborative, teacher-led teams to design instructional practices and grade-level interventions that support all students' socio-emotional growth and college readiness. 
  • Bring a growth mindset to bi-weekly coaching sessions.

 

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in education, math, or a related field.
  • A strong work ethic and dedication to the Cristo Rey mission and Jesuit identity. 
  • Competency in designing and implementing curricula to serve a heterogeneous student population diverse in culture, religion, and ability.

  • Ability to connect with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families.
  • Knowledge of best practices in secondary education.
  • Ability to build strong relationships, collaborate, and cultivate a loving, joyful school culture.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate with a growth mindset and seek opportunities for feedback.

 

To Apply

If you are interested in joining the founding team of educators charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected]  

  • A resume that includes all teaching experience, certifications, and degrees held
  • A cover letter that includes your educational philosophy explains why you wish to join Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School, and describes how your previous experiences have prepared you for this challenging and rewarding role.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is hiring a Spanish teacher for the 24-25 school year. We welcome applicants committed to transforming young people's lives through high-quality, holistic education. The successful applicants will be a caring, justice-oriented, innovative, and collaborative Spanish teacher willing to ensure all students realize their potential for greatness. 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Teach five sections of Spanish I and Spanish II. 
  • Develop rigorous lessons in the subject area through a culturally relevant lens for predominantly first-generation, college-bound students. 
  • Incorporate Ignatian pedagogy to design more effective classroom experiences.
  • Utilize data-driven instruction and analysis of student assessment data.
  • Help each young man and woman develop as students, people of faith, and citizens committed to service.
  • Participate in collaborative, teacher-led teams to design instructional practices and grade-level interventions that support all students' socio-emotional growth and college readiness. 
  • Bring a growth mindset to bi-weekly coaching sessions.

 

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in education, Spanish, or a related field.
  • A strong work ethic and dedication to the Cristo Rey mission and Jesuit identity. 
  • Competency in designing and implementing curricula to serve a heterogeneous student population diverse in culture, religion, and ability.

  • Ability to connect with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families.
  • Knowledge of best practices in secondary education.
  • Ability to build strong relationships, collaborate, and cultivate a loving, joyful school culture.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate with a growth mindset and seek opportunities for feedback.

 

To Apply

If you are interested in joining the founding team of educators charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected]  

  • A resume that includes all teaching experience, certifications, and degrees held
  • A cover letter that includes your educational philosophy explains why you wish to join Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School, and describes how your previous experiences have prepared you for this challenging and rewarding role.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is hiring a theology teacher for the 24-25 school year. We welcome applicants committed to transforming young people's lives through high-quality, holistic education. The successful applicants will be caring, justice-oriented, innovative, and collaborative science teachers willing to ensure all students realize their potential for greatness. 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Teach five sections of high school theology.
  • Develop rigorous lessons in the subject area through a culturally relevant lens for predominantly first-generation, college-bound students. 
  • Incorporate Ignatian pedagogy to design more effective classroom experiences.
  • Utilize data-driven instruction and analysis of student assessment data.
  • Help each young man and woman develop as students, people of faith, and citizens committed to service.
  • Participate in collaborative, teacher-led teams to design instructional practices and grade-level interventions that support all students' socio-emotional growth and college readiness. 
  • Bring a growth mindset to bi-weekly coaching sessions.

 

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in education, English, theology, history, or a related field.
  • A deep understanding and appreciation of Catholicism and Ignatian pedagogy. 
  • A strong work ethic and dedication to the Cristo Rey mission and Jesuit identity. 
  • Competency in designing and implementing curricula to serve a heterogeneous student population diverse in culture, religion, and ability.

  • Ability to connect with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families.
  • Knowledge of best practices in secondary education.
  • Ability to build strong relationships, collaborate, and cultivate a loving, joyful school culture.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate with a growth mindset and seek opportunities for feedback.

 

To Apply

If you are interested in joining the founding team of educators charged with building this exciting educational option, please submit the following documents to [email protected]  

  • A resume that includes all teaching experience, certifications, and degrees.
  • A cover letter that includes your educational philosophy explains why you wish to join Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School, and describes how your previous experiences have prepared you for this challenging and rewarding role.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School Bus Driver

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Substitute Teacher. Please see the position profile below for qualifications and contact information.

Qualifications 

Successful candidates must: 

  • Complete and maintain updated criminal and children's protective clearance before hire.
  • Be authorized to work legally in the U.S.
  • Have at least 2 years of college experience or another equivalent. 
 

Preference will be given to candidates who have: 

  • Experience working with High School students and a diverse student population
  • Experience working in an educational environment
  • Flexibility to come in with less than 24/hr notice. 
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred, not required.

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise a classroom of up to 35 students and monitor their behavior
  • Implement substitute lesson plans left by the teacher 
  • Our school day runs from 7:50-4:00 pm, but we are willing to contract per class period 

 

The pay is $25/hr, up to $130/day. This is a Part-Time position and contracted on a daily basis. 

Please send all resumes to [email protected] with Subject Line "Substitute Teacher". 

 

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Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is a 9-12 Catholic Jesuit learning community that educates young people to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. Through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with a professional work-study experience, students graduate ready to succeed in college and life. Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is part of the country's largest network of high schools that exclusively support underserved youth. Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is scheduled to welcome freshmen to its campus in the summer of 2021. Classes for sophomores, juniors, and seniors will be added one year at a time towards a total capacity of 400 students by fall 2024.

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not discriminate based on race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law in administering any educational programs and activities or employment.