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Join the O’Dowd Community!

We are a celebrated “Best of the Bay” Catholic college preparatory high school that empowers students to discover their best selves and make a difference in the world. As a professional community, we are guided by our Charism – spiritual gifts of the Holy Spirit – to find God in all things. We embrace our diverse community. We honor strength of character. We rise to academic excellence. We cherish the earth and all living things. We stand for social justice. We seek and hold onto joy. View our open positions below, and join us! 

We Invest in Your Success
  • Competitive compensation, and an administration dedicated to ensuring that you continue to be valued for your important work.

  • Professional development and Professional Learning Communities to support you in collaborating with talented colleagues and identifying ways to deepen your practice – including equitable assessment, trauma-informed teaching, and culturally responsive teaching and learning, and more! 

  • We support teachers with robust counseling and academic support systems, so your students get the scaffolding they need while making your teaching experience qualitatively better. 

  • We maintain highly equipped teaching facilities and department budgets to support your classroom efforts, including access to our 4-acre Living Lab and outdoor classroom to enhance your teaching. 

  • We provide financial support for clearance of your preliminary credential.

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We Value Your Well-Being
  • Medical, dental and vision benefits on the first of the month following 30 days of employment

  • Company paid Life Insurance

  • Flexible spending account for medical and dependent care costs

  • Commuter benefits

  • 403(b) retirement and 8% employer contribution to Diocesan pension plan

  • Staff socials, holiday gatherings, treats/snacks/bottomless coffee

We Fuel Your Spirit
  • Our student body represents a rich diversity of race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic background, tradition, culture, learning style, family composition, and geography. These unique and multilayered student identities create opportunities for us to learn from each other, broaden our perspectives, respect differences, and ultimately become more aware and empathic global citizens.

  • Our students are active and engaged learners who inspire us daily with their work on campus and in their communities to make our world a better place. 

  • We have a structured, yearlong onboarding process to warmly welcome new teachers to the  Dragon Community.

  • Explore your faith and inner life through weekly optional Mass, retreats for adults, and opportunities to attend student retreats.

  • Reflect, connect and build community by participating in adult racial affinity spaces and become part of a culture that is actively striving to create equitable outcomes for all.  

  • Connect with students beyond the classroom through student clubs, student trips to D.C., Montana, Galapagos, and more, amazing athletics, and other co-curricular opportunities.

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Open Positions

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