Employment

Following the Ignatian tradition of excellence, the mission of Belen Jesuit Preparatory School, as a Catholic, Jesuit school is to guide and support our students in their process of becoming men who are proficient in both English and Spanish, open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice, so they can work as leaders for the defense of faith and the promotion of justice in a multicultural society.

The school seeks to hire and retain employees who are skilled in their field, involved participants in the community, active in their faith, and dedicated to carrying out the mission of the school as stated above. Applicants should have an ability to relate to and work well with others, possess excellent writing, communication, organizational and leadership skills, and be proficient in the use of computers and technology. A working knowledge of the Society of Jesus and Jesuit education is desirable. Salary is commensurate with degrees and experience. For employment inquiries please contact employment@belenjesuit.org
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Job Opportunities at Belen Jesuit

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  • Faculty Positions

    Belen Jesuit currently does not have any openings, however we accept applications for qualified and experienced teachers who are certified to teach in grades 6 to 12.   Qualified candidates should send a letter of inquiry and a resume to employment@belenjesuit.org.
BELEN JESUIT PREPARATORY SCHOOL
500 SW 127th Avenue, Miami, FL 33184
phone: 305.223.8600 | fax: 305.227.2565 | email: webmaster@belenjesuit.org
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School was founded in 1854 in Havana, Cuba by Queen Isabel II of Spain.  The task of educating students was assigned to the priests and brothers of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), whose teaching tradition is synonymous with academic excellence and spiritual discipline.  In 1961, the new political regime of Cuba confiscated the School property and expelled the Jesuit faculty.  The School was re-established in Miami the same year, and over the next decade, continued to grow.  Today, Belen Jesuit sits on a 30-acre site in western Dade County, only minutes away from downtown Miami.