Director of Admissions, Canyon Heights Academy

Canyon Heights Academy is more than just a school. It is a Christ-centered educational community of excellence focused on the Integral Formation of our students, forming them to lead lives rooted in Christ and offering them the experience of joy that comes with becoming His apostles. As a Catholic community, we are eager to help our students, faculty, and parents exercise their Christian leadership by
building Christ’s kingdom and impacting the culture in which we live. Our mission is to form strong, authentic Catholic leaders who will live out their faith and transform society.
Canyon Heights Academy seeks a vocationally-driven leader for the role of Director of Admissions who is unapologetically Catholic and committed to his or her faith. This leader will need to be results-oriented, goal-oriented, and committed to embracing and promoting the school’s mission and core values.

Position Overview
● The Director of Admissions is responsible for meeting the school’s enrollment targets by recruiting a sufficient number of qualified students to the school.
● The Director of Admissions coordinates a recruiting program aimed at attracting new families and students to the school along with a retention program that engages current families.
● The Director of Admissions establishes and administers an admissions and re-enrollment process that is effective in identifying and enrolling students who will succeed in the school’s program.
● The Director of Admissions must carry out their responsibilities with the awareness that they are above all an apostle of Christ. Their life, witness of faith, and professional dedication should serve as an      example of the seriousness by which they view the mission entrusted to them. They should at all times model the characteristics of an effective Christian leader.
● This is posted as a full-time position, however, would accept a part-time candidate with a commitment to a minimum of 32 hours/per week
Qualifications
The Director of Admissions should meet the following qualifications:
1. Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree preferred
2. Minimum of three years experience in public relations, marketing, and/or sales
3. Strong general business, organizational, and relationship building skills
4. Excellent leadership and teamwork skills
5. Strong customer service mindset
6. Excellent communication skills (written communication, public speaking)
7. Proficient in computer applications including Microsoft Office, Google Drive and Workspace, and databases Ability to pick up new applications quickly and the curiosity to work with the vendors support team to get things done on behalf of the customer.
8. Understanding of Meta Business suite and navigating social media
9. Familiarity, knowledge and appreciation for the Integral FormationSM method of education and its methodology is preferred
10. Practicing Catholic with an excellent moral reputation and apostolic zeal for working for the Church
Reporting Structure
1. The Director of Admissions reports to the Executive Director.
2. The Director of Admissions is a member of the Leadership Team, headed by the Executive Director
3. The Director of Admissions is Chair of the school’s Admissions Committee
Specific Responsibilities
The specific responsibilities of the Director of Admissions include, but are not limited to, the following:
1. Respond to admissions inquiries, schedule and conduct tours of the campus to produce applications
2. Publish social media content regular to promote the school
3. Establish and develop plans to achieve enrollment targets in line with the school’s long-term plan
4. Provide regular reports to the Executive Director and administrative team on the status and results of admissions activities and strategic planning
5. Oversee and conduct student recruitment activities: school tours, open houses, information sessions, education fairs which might require availability in the evenings and weekends
6. Administer a customer-oriented admissions process that is effective in predicting the fit between the school and the applicant
7. Support the principal and vice principals with the information needed to make sound admissions decisions
8. Conduct STAR testing for prospective applicants and prepare the admissions package for academic leaders
9. Communicate promptly and effectively with families to support them through the enrollment process
10. Establish and manage a committee of parents and students to assist in recruitment activities
11. Manage and market the re-enrollment of current students for the upcoming year
12. Support the implementation of internal marketing programs effective in retaining current families at the school.
13. Establish and maintain complete admissions files for all incoming and current students
Pay Range:
The expected full-time pay range for this position is $70,000 to $85,000 per annum. Canyon Heights Academy provides pay ranges representing its good faith estimate of what the school reasonably expects to pay for a position. The pay offered to a selected candidate will be determined based on factors such as (but not limited to) the scope and responsibilities of the position, the qualifications of the selected candidate, budget availability, internal equity, and external market pay for comparable jobs.
How to Apply
Applicants interested in the role are directed to please email Kevin Holman, Executive Director of Canyon Heights Academy, at kholman@chamail.net. With your formal application, please send a cover letter expressing your interest and resume.

President, Sacred Heart Nativity Schools

Sacred Heart Nativity and Our Lady of Grace Nativity Schools provide a transformative middle school education to low-income youth in San Jose. Nativity is a Jesuit, faith-based middle school located in the Washington/Guadalupe neighborhood and provides a holistic education that supports the growth and development of a child intellectually, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Nativity consists of two middle
schools: Sacred Heart Nativity School for Boys (established in 2001) and Our Lady of Grace Nativity School for Girls (established in 2006). Our mission and the entire program are for the purpose of breaking the cycle of poverty through education.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
The President shall be the chief executive officer of the corporation. The President shall serve at the discretion of the Board of Directors. The President, subject to the control of the Board of Directors, shall have supervision, direction and control of the business and affairs of the corporation. The President shall operate the school and shall perform all duties incident to the office of President and such other duties as may be required by law, by the Articles, or these Bylaws, or which may be prescribed from time to time by the Directors. The President shall also be responsible for raising the annual operating funds necessary for the school as well as creating and maintaining an endowment for the school’s future. Duties include but are not limited to:
General
● To embody, manifest, and advocate the mission of the school.
● To articulate the vision for the school and its future.
● To monitor and address all matters of school climate and culture.
● To ensure the school lives its Catholic, Jesuit identity in all programs.
● To manage the sometimes-competing demands of the various constituencies of the school.
● To represent the school to all of its constituents including developing relations with neighborhood partners, parents, students, alumni, benefactors, board members, staff, volunteers and community
partners.
● To ensure positive and productive partnerships with the co-sponsoring organizations.
● To lead and facilitate the development of the Strategic Plan in collaboration with the staff and board members.
● To partner with the Principal to ensure WCEA Accreditation Plan is followed.
● To manage and/or assist with facilities maintenance and operation.
● To maintain, strengthen Nativity’s relationship with its sponsoring entities such as the Diocese of San Jose, Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, and Jesuits West.
Board of Directors
● To attend meetings, prepare reports, and keep Board informed on all aspects of the school’s operation.
● To provide to the Board various scenarios and possibilities for the Board to consider as it does its work focusing on the strategic future of the school.
● The President shall be a member ex-officio of all standing committees of the Board.
● The President shall be the representative of the Board in its relations with the faculty, staff, students and the patrons of the corporation.
Organizational Oversight
● Through supervision of the Principal, to ensure the effectiveness of all school programs (academic, athletic, spiritual, and graduate support); to ensure the preparation for periodic evaluations
(accreditation, sponsorship review); to ensure the organization submits reports to external agencies as required; to ensure consistent policies and standards of school operation.
● To collaborate with the Director of Finance in the preparation of the fiscal year operating budget; to monitor income, expenditures, donations, and cash flow, investments, etc.
● To partner with the Advancement Director to meet all fundraising goals and oversee development efforts in order to ensure sufficient funds for the operation of the school.
● To handle all matters regarding employment, retention, and dismissal of personnel; salaries and contracts; and new hire procedures. Ensure consistent performance evaluations are conducted by all departments. To prepare employee handbooks, and maintain appropriate personnel records.
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, AND LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
● Minimum of 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, including leadership positions.
● Minimum bachelor’s degree in a relevant field; master’s degree preferred.
● Demonstrated success in strategic planning and organizational development.
● Experience in program development, and community engagement.
● Strong understanding of philanthropy, grantmaking, and community engagement.
● Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to represent the program effectively.
● Demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive relationships with diverse stakeholders, including the Board, staff, and community partners.
● Track record of effective board collaboration and governance.
● Knowledge of philanthropy, ethical leadership, and social impact strategies.
● Exceptional organizational and project management abilities.
● Financial acumen and experience in budget management.
● Proficiency in developing and implementing policies and procedures.
● Familiarity with legal and regulatory considerations in philanthropy.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
● Excellent care and attention to detail. Absolute commitment to accuracy, timeliness, and
confidentiality.
● Model a high degree of integrity, a passion for Nativity’s mission, and a commitment to Jesuit education.
● Demonstrated initiative, resourcefulness, and problem-solving capabilities.
● Comfortable with Nativity’s faith-based mission to break the cycle of poverty through education.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
● Ability to lift 25 lbs. without help.
● Ability to look at a computer monitor and sit for long periods.
● Physically able to assist, when necessary, with event setup and breakdown, including lifting to 25 lbs.
SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS
● TB testing
● Fingerprinting – Must not have felony convictions or other serious violations.
● Clean DMV driving record.
GENERAL INFORMATION
● Reports to the Board of Directors
● Full-time, exempt, 12-month position. Work hours may vary (including evenings and weekends)
● Eligible for benefits
● Salary: $150,000 – $175,000 (DOE)
APPLICATION PROCESS
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and professional references to hr@shnativity.org.
NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Sacred Heart Nativity School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, gender (including gender identity and gender
expression), genetic information and characteristics, medical condition, national origin, citizenship, immigration status, marital status, sexual orientation, registered domestic partner status, veteran status, or
disability.

Kindergarten Teacher for the 2023-2024 school year, Saint Simon Parish School

Saint Simon Parish School is seeking a kindergarten teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Saint Simon Parish School is located in Los Altos, California, serving 500 students in grades preschool through eighth grade. The school was established in 1961 and remains a leader in innovative Catholic elementary education in Silicon Valley. We were named a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School in the Exemplary High Performing category. We strive to build a welcoming community, grounded in academic excellence, where students are guided by Catholic values, encouraged to discover and develop their talents, and inspired to lead lives of service. Interested candidates should review the job description and qualifications below and contact Ann Kozlovsky, at akozlovsky@stsimon.org.

Vision for Teachers

Saint Simon Parish School teachers will consistently work as a team to model and help all students reach the characteristics of the school’s Vision Statements. This includes:

  • Personally, modeling and simultaneously empowering students to live out our Ignatian values of faith, service, academic excellence, and commitment to social justice.   
  • Instilling in students the growth mindset of the harder you work, the more your intelligence grows.
  • Promoting and assessing student ownership of learning by developing students’ self-discipline, study skills, persistence, and delayed gratification.
  • Fostering a classroom culture of honesty, responsibility, empathy, and compassion.
  • Developing meaningful opportunities in class for student leadership and growth of self-confidence.
  • Incorporating reading and writing skills daily.
  • Creating opportunities for students to utilize complex reasoning strategies and problem-solving skills.
  • Consistently joyous and positive, adapting to the student and institutional needs with openness.
  • Modeling and teaching healthy lifestyles.
  • Teaching key content knowledge for given subject.

Specific Job Responsibilities

Instructional Practice & Student Development

  • Plan for instruction of assigned courses in content area by developing annual, unit, and lesson plans aligned with Common Core State Standards curriculum and the individual needs of their students.
  • Set high expectations for student development and ensure all students develop grade-level proficiency to prepare for success in college.  
  • Design a comprehensive program to support academic, social, emotional, spiritual, physical, moral, and character development of every student.  Promote student development of the whole person — mind, body, and spirit. 
  • Identify and remediate subject matter in which students require additional support.  Identify and provide extension activities for students who are ready to progress.
  • Develop interim benchmarks and assessments linked to course standards and work with other faculty and administrators to analyze results and refocus instruction based on student needs.
  • Differentiate instruction to allow students with differing learning styles to access course content. 
  • Utilize classroom technology to engage students’ learning.  

Leadership and Collaboration

All teachers are expected to participate in the following:

  • Understand and appreciate the developmental and educational benefits of the school’s relationship with the Parish, the Jesuit Pastor, and the Jesuit Associate Pastors. 
  • Provide feedback and support to student assistance committees and counseling team to identify and support students who are struggling behaviorally or emotionally.  
  • Participate in grade-span PLC meetings to coordinate curriculum and pedagogy for particular development levels and better understand student needs.
  • Communicate regularly with parents/families to share academic progress and develop a supportive home-school relationship. 

Qualifications

  • Teaching experience, preference with low-income, ethnically and linguistically diverse student population
  • Bachelor’s degree, preference to a relevant master’s degree, Teaching Credential, and/or professional experience
  • A valid CA teaching credential is required; however, if a candidate does not presently have a valid CA teaching credential, they will be required to obtain one within a time period prescribed by the Diocese of San Jose.

Salary and Compensation

  • This position is eligible for the highly competitive DSJ benefits package.
  • Salary Range: $61,000 – $97,000 annual based on DSJ Teacher Salary Scale guideline. 

Corporate Work Study Program Driver – Cristo Rey High School – San Jose, CA

About Cristo Rey San José
Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that develops students
from underserved communities in San José to be people for others who are prepared spiritually,
academically, and professionally to complete college and who will become accomplished leaders
committed to a lifelong pursuit of learning, faith, and justice.
Cristo Rey San José provides students from underrepresented communities in the region with a
rigorous college prep education and a unique Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP) in which
students work at over 70 Silicon Valley companies.

About the CWSP Driver
Van drivers transport students to their Work Study jobs in the morning and pick them up in the
afternoon, prioritizing safety and efficiency. Drivers are assigned a regionally oriented route and
a 6-psgr Toyota minivan or a 10-psgr Ford Transit or Chevy Express van. The position is a split
shift Monday through Friday (excluding school holidays) starting generally around 7:30 AM –
10:00 AM in the morning and 3:15 PM – 5:45 PM in the afternoon depending on traffic.

Essential Position Responsibilities:
● Support students by being positive and professional role models
● Maintain cleanliness in the vehicle
● Communicate updates, report maintenance needs, and report student
physical/Socio-emotional concerns to corporate work study staff
● Enforce school rules while in van and/or communicate to transportation manager when
having issues with student behaviors

Qualifications:
● Must own a cell phone and be willing to use it to communicate with CWSP Staff and
students
● Clean DMV driving record
● Must pass a Verify Group background check
● Must be authorized to work in the United States
● Experience working with youth preferred
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
● Other duties as assigned by supervisor

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described below represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully
perform the essential functions of this job. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as
amended, the California Fair Employment & Housing Act, and all other applicable laws, Cristo Rey San
Jose Jesuit High School provides reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities. A
qualified individual is a person who meets the skill, experience, education, or other requirements of the
position and who can perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable
accommodation.
● Considerable time is spent at a desk using a computer terminal
● May be required to travel to other buildings on the campus
● May be required to attend conference and training sessions within Bay Area or in- or out-of-state
locations
● Minimal travel
● May be required to lift up to 10 lbs

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described below represent those an employee encounters while
performing the essential functions of this job.
● Typical office environment
● Mostly indoor office environment with windows
● Time spent throughout campus
● Offices with equipment noise
● Offices with frequent interruptions

TO APPLY
Send resumé, cover letter, and application questions to Christina Dickson, Director of Human Resources
at hr@cristoreysj.org . Accepting applications until position is filled.

SALARY AND COMPENSATION
● $17.86 per hour

NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
Cristo Rey San Jose is dedicated to both the letter and the spirit of the equal employment opportunity
laws. Employment decisions will not be made on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry,
physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex (including pregnancy,
childbirth, or related medical conditions), age or sexual orientation, military or veteran status or political
affiliation. Employment decisions based on religious preferences and other religious needs may be made
in accordance with applicable law. Cristo Rey also prohibits discrimination on the basis of these
protected classifications.

Chief Finance & Operations Officer (CFOO) – Cristo Rey High School – San Jose, CA

Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School is hiring for a full-time Chief Finance & Operations Officer (CFOO).
MISSION STATEMENT:
Cristo Rey is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to be men and women for others who are prepared spiritually, academically, and professionally to
complete college and who will become accomplished leaders committed to a lifelong pursuit of learning, faith, and justice. All CRSJ students participate in a Corporate Work Study Program, through which they
work one day a week at a Partner corporation, government agency, or non-profit, thereby gaining professional skills and contributing to the sustainability of the organization.

POSITION SUMMARY:
The CFOO is directly responsible for developing and executing the internal operational strategies necessary to achieve the goals and objectives of Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School. The CFOO will report directly to the President & CEO and will work in collaboration and in partnership with CRSJ Board Members and members of the Leadership Council. The CFOO, along with the President, Principal, and the Executive Director of the Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP), are the executives responsible for the successful programming of both the School and the CWSP. The Chief Finance & Operations Officer role will oversee finance, facilities/safety, technology, and HR. The CFOO role will be as much strategic, operational, and managerial as it is financial. The role also involves some external relations as we work with VTA and others to assess the implications for our facilities of a BART station coming in across the street and plan for the coming changes. The next CFOO will be inheriting a highly experienced Staff Accountant and a part-time staff member in charge of tuition collection. Assessing the processes and controls in the office will be an important starting point for the CFOO. In addition, there is a Director of HR, who will report to the CFOO.
On the operations side, the CFOO will work to establish and maintain operational systems stability. The CFOO will work to ensure policies, procedures, and systems are clear, documented, and transferrable with
a focus on long-term sustainability and employee engagement. There is a Facilities Manager with a lot of school experience with whom to partner. Across the finance, HR, and facilities/operations functions, the CFOO will inherit 8 staff members (in full-time or part-time roles). In addition, the CFOO will manage our technology contractor. Depending on the strengths that the CFOO candidate brings to the role, he/she will have the opportunity to hire at least one additional staff member for the team. This is a new role at CRSJ, bringing together the Facilities/Operations team with the HR and Finance team for the first time. This presents an opportunity for a dynamic leader to foster cross-functional relationships and be a key driver of community building across campus. The Chief Finance & Operations Officer will require strong skills including, communication, people management, project management, financial acumen, presentation skills, and perhaps most importantly, strategic thinking and execution. Professionals who enjoy challenges, a true partnership with their President, developing the people on their team, contributing at the highest strategic levels of an organization as well as being a supportive physical presence on campus, will have an incredibly rewarding experience at Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School.

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
● Bachelor’s degree required; MBA/CPA preferred
● 10-15 years of senior-level experience creating and executing financial planning and management
strategies
● Experience in nonprofit accounting required (e.g. revenue recognition, 990 reporting)
● Working knowledge of GAAP, audits, and other regulatory requirements in the financial field
● Strong computer skills, with advanced proficiency in Excel and QuickBooks
● The ideal candidate has experience of final responsibility for the quality and content of all
financial data, reporting and audit coordination
● Proven track record designing, implementing, and managing large-scale organizational change
● Experience in an independent school preferred though individuals with strong financial and
leadership skills are welcome
● Experience on senior administrative teams and working with nonprofit Boards
● Demonstrated experience in successfully managing a team with a variety of roles and skills, and
supporting the growth of team members
● Demonstrated experience in the development of analysis for strategic decision-making, such as
key cost drivers, competitive analysis, market analysis, organizational strengths and weaknesses,
etc.
● Experience in human resource management, employee benefits (including pension plans), and
payroll procedures preferred.

SKILLS & ABILITIES:
● Total resonance with the mission, vision, and values of Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School
and the Catholic education tradition including a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity,
and inclusion.
● A self-starter and team player with a sense of urgency who is driven to learn and continually
identify and determine ways to improve their professional skills.
● Demonstrates complete integrity and inspires trust in order to effectively establish and maintain
cooperative working relationships within a diverse, multicultural environment and promote and
contribute to an inclusive and respectful workplace.
● Strong interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with a wide-ranging audience, including
leadership, Board of Directors, parents, volunteers, alumnae, faculty/staff, and external
stakeholders.
● Superb communication skills; excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills
● Ability to think and plan strategically and creatively
● Ability to take complex subjects, distill them, and then communicate them to varied audiences; in
particular, ability to translate financial concepts and effectively collaborate with colleagues who
do not necessarily have finance backgrounds
● Ability to supervise, manage, and delegate multiple functions and activities
● Ability to remain calm, flexible, and work effectively under pressure
● Can-do attitude and willingness to jump in and help with any task as needed, while thoughtfully
building and developing a team to ensure that your time is most frequently spent in the most
highly leveraged way.
● Skilled at negotiating and initiating contracts with external vendors
● Customer service oriented
● An entrepreneurial mindset
● Committed to equity and inclusion practices
● Hiring, evaluating, managing, and motivating subordinate staff

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES – ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
● Provides day-to-day operational leadership and support to staff that mirrors the missions and core
values of CRSJ with the highest level of personal and professional integrity.
● Works collaboratively to develop and/or improve systems, processes, controls and procedures that
improve the overall efficiency of CRSJ school wide. Seeks opportunities to reduce costs while
also improving operational support and resources for staff.
● Manage and oversee the day-to-day Finance and Accounting functions including oversight of
accounts payable, accounts receivable, and maintenance of a general ledger for a $10M budget.
● Lead the annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the President; administer
and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes and produce monthly
budget versus actual reports
● Effectively communicate and present quarterly financial and operational
updates to the Board of Directors.
● Remain up-to-date on best practices in nonprofit finance, business systems and internal control
measures, and state and federal law regarding nonprofit operations.
● Manage the overall strategy, purpose, and vision of the entire Human Resources function:
benefits, payroll, 403(b), recruitment, learning and development, risk insurance, culture,
performance management, and succession planning.
● Manage the overall strategy, purpose, and vision for CRSJ’s infrastructure which includes IT,
Facilities, and Operations.
● Supervise the on-campus tech support and manage our relationship and contract with our IT
provider.
● Responsible for maintaining CRSJ’s overarching response to the COVID-19 pandemic,
developing plans and protocols that balance staff and student health and safety and access to
academics. This work is done in partnership with the Santa Clara County Health Department and
stakeholders within CRSJ.
● Lead and facilitate monthly All Staff meetings and manage agenda.
● Demonstrate a willingness to take on new tasks with a general attitude that no task is too small,
impossible, or cannot be improved.
● Participate in school functions including Professional Development and mandatory school events
● Supervise Director of Human Resources, Operations Manager, Staff Accountant, and part-time
Accounting Clerk
● Develop and present recommendations for the modernization of internal systems and updated best
practices.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Other duties as assigned by the President and CEO

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The physical demands described below represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully
perform the essential functions of this job. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as
amended, the California Fair Employment & Housing Act, and all other applicable laws, Presentation
High School provides reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities. A qualified
individual is a person who meets the skill, experience, education, or other requirements of the position
and who can perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
● Considerable time is spent at a desk using a computer terminal
● May be required to travel to other buildings on the campus
● May be required to attend conference and training sessions within Bay Area or in- or out-of-state
locations
● Minimal travel
● May be required to lift up to 10 lbs

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The work environment characteristics described below represent those an employee encounters while
performing the essential functions of this job.
● Typical office environment
● Mostly indoor office environment with windows
● Time spent throughout campus
● Offices with equipment noise
● Offices with frequent interruptions

SALARY AND COMPENSATION:
● Range between $180,000 – $200,000. Full time employees are eligible for the following benefits:
medical, dental, vision, and retirement. Employees’ premiums are covered for medical, dental
and vision at 100% and dependents at 50% if elected. This position is eligible for enrollment in
the group voluntary retirement plan – 403b.

How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to christina.dickson@cristoreysj.org

NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY:
Cristo Rey San Jose is dedicated to both the letter and the spirit of the equal employment opportunity
laws. Employment decisions will not be made on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry,
physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex (including pregnancy,
childbirth, or related medical conditions), age or sexual orientation, military or veteran status or political
affiliation. Employment decisions based on religious preferences and other religious needs may be made
in accordance with applicable law. Cristo Rey also prohibits discrimination on the basis of these
protected classifications.