We are a large urban school district with many exciting and rewarding employment opportunities for teachers, support staff, caretaking/maintenance staff and exempt staff.
Our employees are committed to changing the lives of students, families and colleagues through the work that they do and their daily interactions. It is the professionalism and caring of each and every employee that inspires excellence in our students and makes our district one of the top performers in the province.
General applications are accepted throughout the year. When we are unable to fill a teaching vacancy with a qualified Catholic candidate, we interview qualified non-Catholic applicants, and select those individuals who exhibit the attitude, ethics and moral qualities that we look for in our Catholic candidates to fill vacant positions.
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Support Staff, Caretaking and Maintenance Opportunities
Apply for an advertised position. Follow the steps outlined under the specific job posting and application package; be sure to quote the competition number. All qualified candidates are welcome to apply.
Teacher Application Package
Support Staff Application Package
Caretaking & Maintenance Application
If you are offered a position with the Calgary Catholic School District, a representative from the Human Resources department will review your documents and invite you to an employee orientation. Candidates will commence employment after all outstanding documents have been submitted to Human Resources. You may also obtain an application package by:
- Phoning Human Resources at 403-500-2414 and requesting that an application package be mailed to you.
- Picking up an application package in person from Human Resources, 6th Floor, Calgary Catholic School Centre, 1000 – 5th Avenue SW, Calgary.
You may submit your application by:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: 403-500-2918
- Mail or hand delivery:
6th Floor, Calgary Catholic School Centre
1000 – 5th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2P 4T9
The volunteer handbook is intended as a resource that schools may consult as they work with volunteers. The handbook, as a whole, reflects common beliefs, strategies, and procedures that apply to the general topic of school volunteerism. It reflects the unique aspect of Catholicity relevant to volunteers in Calgary Catholic schools.
All information is gathered in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act FOIP.