Mission of Saint Joseph Academy

Saint Joseph Academy is the only Catholic, all-girls high school in the city of Cleveland. It was founded in 1890 by the Sisters of the Congregation of St. Joseph and strives to foster unifying relationships with God and all creation. Saint Joseph Academy is committed to Catholic values and academic excellence in grades 9 through 12. We educate young women of diverse cultures, abilities and backgrounds, empowering them to be successful, compassionate leaders in the 21st global society. All are welcome!

Available Staff Positions

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  • Part-Time Bus Driver

    This part time Bus Driver position requires skilled work in the operation of light and heavy school buses and vans in transporting students to and from school events such as sporting events and field trips. Position includes weekend and evening work.
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Available Faculty Positions

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Other Available Positions

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  • Assistant Varsity Crew Coach

    Saint Joseph Academy is conducting a search for assistant coaches for its girls’ crew program. The ideal candidate is:
    • Familiar with the sport of rowing as a rower or coxswain and/or coach
    • Committed to the mission of Saint Joseph Academy and its objectives
    • A positive leader and role model for our student-athletes
    • Someone who will provide positive and consistent coaching and put SJA student-athletes in the best position to be successful
    • A believer in the importance and value of education-based athletics
    Application Process
    Qualified candidates should email their resume (coaching and professional) AND a cover letter to Athletic Director Mr. John Manuszak (jmanuszak@sja1890.org). 
  • Head Varsity Swimming Coach

    The Head Varsity Girls Swimming Coach will lead the swimming program.
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All employees and volunteers who have contact with students undergo thorough screening, including background checks through the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification (BCI&I). For complete information on screening policies, see the revised Policy for the Safety of Children in Matters of Sexual Abuse, section 1.2 (p. 3).