Careers at Notre Dame

Making a Lasting Impression

Thank you for your interest in Notre Dame High School, San Jose!

One of our foundresses, Saint Julie, once wrote that education is "the greatest work on earth."  At Notre Dame, we affirm the value of educators and intentionally cultivate a culture of professionalism accordingly. We have a comprehensive hiring process that assures professional excellence and mission-alignment. New employees participate in a year-long onboarding process, ongoing professional development opportunities specific to job function, and annual professional learning days for all employees. At the end of each academic year, employees are eligible for Professional Leadership & Learning Awards and are nominated by their supervisor for outstanding professionalism and impact.


Substitute Teaching
We are looking for on-call substitute teachers who are energetic, eager, and tech-savvy individuals who can support student learning by substitute teaching on a day by day basis, as teacher absences arise. Proficiency with Zoom and screencasting tools is a plus. All substitute teachers must be fingerprinted through Notre Dame High School even if fingerprinted through the Diocese of San Jose.


To inquire about summer programs teaching opportunities at Notre Dame High School, please contact:


Jennifer Johnson
Director of Summer Programs

No positions are available at this time. 


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About Notre Dame High School

Notre Dame is the center for women’s leadership in Silicon Valley and has provided an exceptional Catholic college preparatory education for young women since 1851. The school's mission is guided by the teachings of Saint Julie Billiart, the foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, with a strong focus on social justice to create lifelong learners, spiritual seekers, justice advocates and community leaders.  Our mission, summarized by the words of Saint Julie Billiart, is to “teach them what they need to know for life.” To learn more about Notre Dame's vision, visit our Mission, Vision & Outcomes page.