Diocesan Employment

The following positions are currently open:


Serviam Girls Academy

Serviam Girls Academy is a tuition-free, Catholic, independent middle school for girls of all faiths from low-income families.  Serviam challenges students to become leaders who serve their families and the needs of society through a rigorous academic program and the development of the whole person in an atmosphere of respect and responsibility.  Serviam students and their families commit to an extended 10-hour day and an 11-month year that involves five main components:  academics, enrichment, athletics, the Graduate Support Program, and the mandatory Summer Program.  Currently there are positions available as follows:

  • Full-Time Mathematics teacher (Grades 6-8):  Instruct grade levels in the subject of math in a range of areas from basic math skills and computation to Pre-Algebra and Algebra.
  • Full-time 5th Grade – (Maternity Leave Temporary Position)-All subject areas (Tentative Start Date November 1):  Approximately a 3-month position instructing 5th Grade in the Humanities (Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, Religion) and Mathematics subject areas.

Bachelors degree required: teacher certification preferred.  Please send applications to Ms. Kate Lucyk, Serviam Girls Academy, 14 Halcyon Drive, New Castle, DE 19720 or e-mail Ms. Lucyk at [email protected], as soon as possible.

Ursuline Academy

Social Studies and Theology Teacher 

Seeking a passionate social studies teacher for a full-time Middle School position.  Candidates should be well versed in American history from the founding of the colonies to World War II. This position emphasizes the use of primary sources as it relates to the course content as a whole, as well as the introduction of historical research and academic writing.  Position also includes a theology course focusing on the New Testament and the life and work of Jesus.  Please send resumes to [email protected] . 

Middle School Math Teacher

Seeking a passionate math teacher for a full-time Middle School position. Candidates must be qualified to teach Middle School math and able to teach Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry.  Applicants must be dynamic individuals who are passionate about their content area, collaborative, and creative. Middle Experience required.  Please send resumes to [email protected] .


The Archdiocese of Baltimore is in search of a Director of the Office of Worship and Sacramental Formation.  The Director will serve as a resource to the Archbishop and to diocesan and parish leadership in ensuring that the New Evangelization is the lens through which worship and sacramental formation is viewed.  Additional responsibilities include organizing, planning, and directing archdiocesan liturgies; as well as providing formation and resources on liturgical formation.  The Director is responsible for working with parishes to provide sacramental catechesis for Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, and Anointing of the Sick.  He or she is responsible for resourcing parish leadership on the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.  The Director also works to foster participation of the faithful in the Liturgy of the Hours.

The best qualified candidate will possess:  a graduate degree in theology or a related field; at least 5 years of successful experience in parish sacramental formation and liturgical ministry; experience of collaboration with Catholic schools preferred, and a working knowledge of Spanish.

In addition, the successful candidate should be a person of visible and demonstrated faith in the Catholic tradition, have knowledge and understanding of the Church’s liturgical documents, and have experience in and understanding of sacramental, mystagogical, and liturgical catechesis as well as RCIA.

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The Archdiocese of Baltimore, the premier see of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States, is seeking a Director of Marriage and Family Life.  The Director is responsible for developing initiatives and strategies to help parishes evangelize and catechize families, form them as domestic churches and agents of evangelization, and respond to their growing and complex pastoral needs.  The Director will actively support the efforts of the Department of Evangelization to help parishes make missionary disciples.

The Director will develop and oversee marriage preparation; serve as the trainer for the married couples who work with the engaged and ongoing care for marriage; liaison with ministries engaged in bereavement, domestic violence awareness, marriage enrichment and divorce recovery and for catechetical leaders in the Catechesis for Family Life in grade K-8.

To be considered the best qualified, candidates should possess a Master’s Degree in Theology, Religious Studies, Education or related field; and have five years’ leadership experience in marriage and family ministry.  In addition, the best candidate should have demonstrated skills in program design and implementation and be a practicing Roman Catholic.

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