St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School seeks highly motivated, professional educators to engage actively with students in the classroom. To that end, we seek qualified individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enhance the student experience at our school.
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is the largest elementary school (PK-8th grade) in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Located in East Dallas, we currently enroll 866 students, of which 85% are members of the St. Thomas Aquinas Parish.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Diocese of Dallas assures equal employment opportunity in all its employment policies and practices. These policies and practices are administered without regard to race, color, national origin, age, gender, marital status, political affiliation, veteran status, or mental or physical disabilities not affecting one’s ability to perform the essential functions of one’s job. All employment in the diocese requires compliance with moral standards acceptable to the Catholic Church. There are certain positions in the diocese for which it is necessary to be Catholic and some positions for which preference in hiring shall be given to people who are Catholic and who evidence an understanding of the Catholic faith and a commitment to living that faith. Such preference is allowed under state and federal law and does not constitute an illegal act of discrimination. In furtherance of the equal employment opportunity policy, the Diocese of Dallas will be diverse in its hiring practices.
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School and the Diocese of Dallas require all teachers to have a Bachelor’s degree, a valid state certification or at least 12 credit hours in education and the ability to be certified within a one-year period. If you do not meet these requirements, you are welcome to contact the Catholic Schools’ Office to learn about other ways you might serve.
Each year we have openings for teaching, administrative, and staff positions. These will be posted here as they become available.
Lower School (PK-2nd)
Interested candidates for all Lower School positions should complete the online application on the Diocese of Dallas Catholic Schools Office website (www.csodallas.org) and submit a cover letter and resume to Dr. Lauren Roberts, Lower School Principal, at email@example.com.
2nd Grade Teacher
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, a joyful place to teach and learn, seeks an experienced, kind-hearted, dynamic teacher for a self-contained 2nd grade class for the 2022-2023 school year. The ideal candidate is a practicing Catholic and a certified teacher who loves teaching, sees the good in all children, and enjoys partnering with parents and being part of a collaborative grade level team. The candidate must appreciate the privilege of preparing our young disciples to receive the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion. Interested candidates should complete the online application on the Diocese of Dallas Catholic Schools Office website (www.csodallas.org) and submit a cover letter and resume to Dr. Lauren Roberts, Lower School Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part Time PK Instructional Aide
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is seeking a part time instructional aide and Extended Day helper for the 2022-2023 school year. The ideal candidate has experience working with children, thinks being around them is a joyful endeavor, and enjoys being a positive member of a faith-filled team committed to serving others. The primary responsibilities of the instructional aide are to enhance student learning and ensure student safety through active supervision. Candidate must be willing to have Safe Environment clearance. The hours are 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Pre-K4 and 3:00 – 5:00 PM in Extended Day, Monday – Friday, for 190 days during the school year.
Upper School (3rd-8th)
There are currently no positions available.
There are currently no positions available.
Substitute Teaching at STA
St. Thomas Aquinas is always looking for qualified substitute teachers at both the Lower School and Upper School. Requirements include a Bachelor's degree with some educational hours and experience in working with groups of children. Substitute teachers must be safe-environment cleared through the Diocese. Contact Ginger Farrell for more information.