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Employment Opportunities

Academy of Our Lady of Peace is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As an organization, the Academy of Our Lady of Peace is committed to hiring individuals who value a growth mindset and who are invested in cultivating an inclusive environment for all stakeholders.

Open Positions

We seek a dynamic partner to join our Math and STEM departments by way of Long-term Substitute Math Teacher. Educators applying should have experience with teaching high school math courses or the equivalent.

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP) seeks an on-site, Long-term Substitute Math Teacher. Under the supervision of the Assistant Head of School, the Teacher will plan and implement Math courses particularly in working with Geometry college-ready and honors level students.

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This position will transport passengers on regularly scheduled routes and must possess a current California Driver's License with a clean record.

Essential Duties:

  • operate assigned school use vehicle on assigned trips in accordance with printed trip schedules and in accordance with specified stop, sequence, and time schedules;

  • Board, transport, and discharge passengers. Load, unload, and ensure security of, equipment and cargo.

  • Develop via-directions. Maintain and update current pupil and trip manifests, via-directions, and special instructions pertaining to daily assignments.

  • Inspect, verify, and monitor the operational condition and safety of vehicle accessories and assigned vehicles on a daily basis.

  • Practice non-aggressive, defensive driving techniques; anticipate and immediately report maneuvering, traffic, and time entrapments while operating OLP equipment.

  • Monitor gauges and sensors while operating vehicle, report discrepancies, and initiate corrective action

  • Monitor, conduct, and respond to communications with Transportation Services Department staff; communicate with the Director of Facilities or Transportation Lead on a daily basis regarding route or equipment problems, community/school staff special requests, or changes to daily assignments; maintain effective professional working relationships with pupils, parents, and school employees; enforce school policy and procedure.


  • CA Driver's License
  • Must meet all hiring criteria including, TB, COVID-19, CA Driver's License and background check clearance.

Please submit copy of current CA Driver's License, Job Application, and Cover Letter explaining interest in working in an all girls' Catholic high school environment on EdJoin.

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The Academy of Our Lady of Peace seeks substitute teachers who wants to make a positive impact on the lives of OLP students by upholding and communicating the school mission, philosophy, and core values.
Desirable skill sets include being well-versed in various forms and uses of technology including the use of Google for Education tools, Learning Management Systems (LMS), and emerging learning technologies. Applicants must show a willingness to support diverse student learners.

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Provide supervision of instruction.  
The substitute teacher will follow daily directions from the teacher of record.
Report on daily student progress.
Maintain classroom expectations.


Applicants interested in submitting a CV packet for general interest should submit their resume along with a cover letter articulating their interest in working at an all-girls’ Catholic high school and how their experience, passion, and interest correlates to our mission, philosophy, and commitment toward rigorous learning through a social justice and equity lens.

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Academy of Our Lady of Peace is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace admits students of any color, race, ethnic origin or faith to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of color, race, ethnic origin or faith in the administration of its educational policies, scholarships, financial aid programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.