If you have any questions about positions listed below or general inquiries about careers at Saint Joe, please contact Rachel Potter at email@example.com or (574) 232-1140.
- Business Teacher
- Science Teacher - Chemistry (Part Time)
- Learning Strategies Paraprofessional for Math
- Special Education Paraprofessional (through SBCSC)
- Substitute Teacher
Non-Certified (STAFF) Positions
- Business Manager
- Custodian (Full-Time, Year Round)
- Custodian (Part-Time, Year Round)
- Director of Marketing and Public Relations
- Technology Director
One of four high schools in the Diocese of Fort Wayne South Bend, Saint Joseph High School is accredited by the State of Indiana and AdvancED, has been named a National Blue Ribbon School, a 4-Star School by the Indiana Department of Education, and has been recognized as a National Catholic Honor Roll School of Excellence every year since 2014.
Situated within the city limits and overlooking the South Bend skyline, Saint Joseph High School enrolls over 800 students representing a diversity of socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds and geographic areas. 26% of the student body qualifies for free or reduced lunch and over half receive need-based tuition assistance. The school’s annual operating budget approximates $9 million, over 70% of which is generated through tuition. Additionally, the school raises around $1 million in philanthropic giving each year.
As part of the Diocese of Fort Wayne South Bend, employees of Saint Joseph High School receive a full benefits package, including health, vision, and dental insurance; a 403(b) retirement plan; a flexible spending account; and paid sick and personal leave.
“There is nothing better than being part of something more important than yourself.” Steve Bender, Head Coach, Boys Tennis
“I love working with my peers, who spend a great deal of effort in engaging students with the goal of helping them to grow into the best versions of themselves.” Chris Culver, Science Teacher
“Saint Joe is family to me. We care about each other and take care of each other. I challenge my students to be their best person in and out of the classroom.” Sue Kostielney ‘88, Math Teacher