Juan Diego Academy is a Christ-centered, Catholic learning community forming young men and women to answer the call to lead and be active participants in their Church and community.
As a Catholic regional high school, Juan Diego Academy:
· Offers a quality, comprehensive academic curriculum
· Utilizes the latest in technology and innovation
· Educates the whole person: mind, body, and spirit
· Instills a sense of Christian responsibility and service to others
· Trains leaders to meet the current and future challenges of society
Current Professional Positions Available
Current Paraprofessional Positions Available
School Secretary (full time, FLSA status: Non-Exempt)
Juan Diego Academy Catholic Regional High School in Mission has an opening for a School Secretary beginning July 1 (full-time, FLSA Status: Non-Exempt). The successful candidate will be faith-filled, positive, enthusiastic, hard-working, be able to speak, read, and write in both English and Spanish, have previous experience in a Catholic school or other Catholic pastoral setting, and be familiar with MS Office operations—especially word and excel. The school secretary will likely be the first person current and potential students and their families will encounter—either in person or by phone—so good interpersonal communication skills by telephone and in person are a must.
Interested persons should complete the Application for Paraprofessional Employment found on the web site under employment opportunities and e-mail/fax with an updated resume to Bob Schmidt at email@example.com (956-583-3782).
Applications for employment are available online at our web site (JuanDiegoAcademy.org), or by contacting the Juan Diego Academy school office at 956-583-2752. Positions are open until filled.
Juan Diego Academy admits students of any sex, race, color, nationality, ethnic origin and religion to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or other protected classification in admission policies, the administration of its educational policies, financial aid assistance, and other school-administered programs.