St. Ignatius

Employment at SI

Employment at SI

St. Ignatius College Preparatory is a Jesuit, Catholic, coed high school located in the Sunset District of San Francisco. SI has a long history and tradition of excellence in academics, co-curriculars (athletics & clubs), campus ministry and service to the community.

Why teachers like working at St. Ignatius College Prep

SI is always looking for talented teachers, counselors, coaches and staff members. Over the years, our employees have told us the following:

They feel drawn to SI’s Jesuit, Catholic mission of offering a “preferential option for the poor.”

They are committed to the idea of “cura personalis” – care for the whole person in the classroom, in clubs, on stage, or on the field or court.

They appreciate the strides SI has made in our Wellness Program to look at the total health of our students.

They know we have a long tradition of excellence, one that is shown in our students and in our alumni.

They ensure that our students remain open to growth by helping them develop in new areas.

They support our students in their efforts to work for justice for all and to become leaders who serve.

They find joy in how loving our students are.

For more information, contact our assistant principal for academics Danielle Devencenzi.

Top 10 reasons to make SI your new home

1. SI truly is a family, one where students, teachers, parents and administrators care for each other.

2. SI has served students in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1855 and is also part of a worldwide network of Jesuit schools with a shared Ignatian mission.

3. SI has a proud tradition of public service, with graduates making up civic leaders from Mayor Moscone ’47 to Governor Jerry Brown ’55.

4. SI produces students who are leaders in their field, from John Montgomery, an 1873 graduate who was the first person to design and fly a glider in the Western Hemisphere, to former Intel CEO Paul Otellini ’68 and Google Lead for Sustainability Kate Brandt ’03.

5. SI isn’t afraid to grow and change, from our plans to build a new STEM center to launching the Fr. Sauer Academy – a free middle school program.

6. SI’s pay is competitive, with room for salary increases for academic advancement and co-curricular work.

7. SI’s benefit package is also generous, with everything you will need to ensure a long career here.

8. We support your professional development efforts so that you continue to grow in your skills.

9. We’re located in a quiet part of San Francisco with plenty of parking and easy access to the rest of the Bay Area.

10. We are in the most beautiful city in the world!

St. Ignatius Nondiscriminatory Policy

St. Ignatius College Preparatory admits students of any race, color and national and/or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at school.

St. Ignatius does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, and national and/or ethnic origin, orientation, sex, disability or any other basis protected by applicable law in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school- administered programs.

St Ignatius is a religious nonprofit corporation exempt from certain laws covering discrimination under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”) and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (the “FEHA”). St. Ignatius expressly does not waive any exemptions from the FEHA or other applicable laws. St. Ignatius reserves the right to require, as a requirement of certain ministerial positions, applicants to be adherents to the Catholic faith.

St. Ignatius will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants and employees with a known, bona fide religious belief, disability, or medical condition to the extent required by applicable law, provided the accommodation does not cause an undue hardship on SI. Any applicant or employee who requires an accommodation with respect to the application process or to perform the essential functions of his or her job, should contact the President or Human Resources so that SI can determine whether a reasonable accommodation exists and can be provided. Employees involved in the hiring process with prospective applicants should be aware of this policy and ensure that they advise the President or the Director of Human Resources if an applicant requests an accommodation.