The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta  

Office of Catholic SchoolsEmployment

Teaching and Non-Teaching Positions

There are 15 elementary and three secondary Archdiocesan Catholic Schools in Atlanta. Of these schools, five (Blessed Trinity HS, Holy Redeemer, Our Lady of Victory, Queen of Angels, and Our Lady of Mercy) are additionally incorporated as Catholic Education North Georgia, Inc. (CENGI). Select the appropriate application below for the position and school desired.

All applications should be submitted directly to the school(s) desired. All hiring decisions are made by individual school principals.

Substitute Teaching

Applications for Substitute Teaching should be completed and submitted directly to the school(s) desired. All applicants are required to attend Archdiocesan Substitute Training. This training is offered in August and January of each school year followed by training at the local school. All communication regarding the Archdiocesan training and local orientation will be shared through the school Substitute Coordinator.

Job Fair

The Office of Catholic Schools sponsors a Job Fair in early spring of each year for individuals interested in working with an Archdiocesan Catholic School. While interviews are not conducted as part of the Job Fair, school principals are present to collect resumes and meet candidates interested in instructional and non-instructional positions.

Job Fair 2015

Saturday, February 28, 2015
9:00 – 12:00 noon

Catholic Center
2401 Lake Park Drive, S.E.
Smyrna, Georgia 30080
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  • Faith Based Education  
  • Competitive Salaries & Benefits
  • AdvancED Accredited Schools
  • Strong Parental Support
  • Teaching Positions In Grades Pre-K – 12
  • Qualified Candidates should bring multiple copies of resumes

Job Openings

For a current list of employment opportunities in the Archdiocese of Atlanta, please view the Job Openings in the Archdiocese of Atlanta page.

Principals of the Archdiocese of Atlanta

The principals of the Archdiocese of Atlanta pictured with Archbishop
Wilton Gregory and Superintendent Diane Starkovich. (Photo by
Michael Alexander, The Georgia Bulletin)