Transforming Lives through Education

70 Catholic Schools throughout 23 counties in northeast Nebraska.

We can't wait to meet you.
Complete the short form below to be contacted by a Catholic Schools Office team member regarding current and future employment opportunities within the schools of the Archdiocese of Omaha. Our careers posting page is also updated often.

Whether you're interested in substitute teaching, student teaching placement or more permanent openings, a member of our office will be in touch after submitting the form. Certified and non-certified teaching opportunities available. Questions? Contact Katie Alitz at 402-557-5600 or kaalitz@archomaha.org.

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Why Archdiocese of Omaha Catholic Schools?

  • Live your faith out loud
  • Be a part of a larger faith community
  • Partner with active and engaged parents
  • Attend both large- and small-group professional development workshops with nationally known speakers
  • Receive support from grade-level peers across our network of schools to feel equipped on the latest instructional practices

You will make a difference in the lives of those who will shape our future.

Note: Teachers who are teaching religion should be practicing a Catholic. Other subject area teachers are not required to be Catholic but must support the teachings of the Catholic faith.  Like with our students, we welcome teachers of all faiths and backgrounds. Bilingual teachers are especially encouraged to apply. 

Part-time and full-time opportunities to work in our schools are available.

What our teachers say...

Video: Elevating the lives of others

I find it a true mission and calling to help students and colleagues develop a personal relationship with God. I actually consider it some of the most important work anyone on this earth can do.
—  Ashley Jensen,   Catholic School elementary teacher