Christian school jobs include guidance counselor, principal, coaching, bus driver, school nurse, custodian/janitor, front office, administrative, secretary, etc.
Here are some important steps to take in finding Christian school jobs:
1) Develop a good job search strategy for finding Christian school jobs. You can begin by finding openings at the ChristianCareerCenter.com and at the ChristianJobFair.com. You can also search online for other Christian school job openings. Remember, however, that a high percentage (even 50-80%) of jobs are not advertised and referred to as being in the "hidden" job market. You can find these school jobs by contacting Christian schools directly and by using your network of personal contacts. Please contact us if you would like coaching in how to do this effectively.
2) Make sure that you have a resume and cover letter that showcases your education and other qualifications for the Christian schools that are of interest. Use the strategies in 14 Keys to Writing a Winning Resume For Christian Jobs. Your cover letter should emphasize your desire to work at a Christian school and why Christian schools are important. If you need help with writing a resume and/or cover letter you can contact us. Be sure to also post your resume at the ChristianCareerCenter.com resume bank. Be sure to also sign up for job alerts that will let you know when new Christian school jobs are posted.
3) Practice your interviewing skills so that you can prove that you are the right person for the position. Take time to think about and articulate what makes you a valuable staff member who is worth hiring.
4) Be persistent! As Saint Augustine said, "Pray as though everything depends on God and work as though everything depends on you." Praying for God's strength and wisdom, and being consistently using good job search strategies will enable you to find a Christian school staff job as quickly as possible.
5) If you are searching for Christian school positions, but not sure what type of job is a good fit for your God-given design, consider taking some time to target the right types of positions for your skills and interests. Career testing and assessment with a skilled career counselor can help you determine whether teaching or another career direction would be best for you.