super menu

Employment Opportunities

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School offers a challenging and rewarding professional environment in which educators of all backgrounds support the mission of the School and enrich the lives of New Orleans youth. The School employs and seeks a diverse range of educators with a broad range of geographic, racial, socioeconomic, religious, and life-experience perspectives.

St. Andrew’s offers competitive salaries, School-sponsored health and retirement benefits, opportunities for professional development, a tuition-remission benefit for children of faculty and staff, and a supportive and collegial work environment. Further, employment at St. Andrew’s provides the opportunity to be part of a vibrant, growth-oriented, and outward-looking community focused on educating the youth of New Orleans for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.

Currently accepting applications for the following positions:

  • Early Childhood and Elementary Teacher

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is accepting applications for possible openings in Early       Childhood and Elementary level classroom teaching. Full-time positions with benefits and paid vacation. Bachelor’s degree required, experience preferred.

  • Early Childhood Music

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School seeks a part-time music teacher for its Prekindergarten and Kindergarten classes.    Knowledge of early childhood music pedagogy and classroom experience with this age group preferred.   Bachelor’s degree required.

  • Art Teacher
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School seeks a teacher of art classes in Grades Prekindergarten 4 through Grade Eight.   The art program is integral to the St. Andrew’s mission and supports whole child education as well as community building projects.   The position is part-time but may be expanded according to the candidate’s background and skills in other areas.
Experience with these age groups preferred, Bachelor’s degree required.
Please e-mail a cover letter, short personal statement and résumé with references to
No phone calls, please. Include “Teaching Positions” in the subject line of all correspondence.