Careers at St. Catherine's

St. Catherine’s provides a modern, well-rounded educational experience rooted in more than a century of history and tradition. We could not do it without a talented and passionate team of faculty and staff members.

Work at St. Catherine's

Thank you for your interest in working at St. Catherine’s School, an all-girls independent school located in Richmond, Virginia. Founded in 1890, St. Catherine's is located on a picturesque 16-acre campus in the western part of the city and enrolls approximately 950 girls age 3 through grade 12.  

St. Catherine's School provides a rigorous education that prepares girls with diverse perspectives for a lifetime of learning, leadership and service in a global community. We could not do it without a talented and passionate team of faculty and staff members.
Our current job openings are listed below with information on how to apply. We would love to hear from you and learn more about your interest in working at St. Catherine’s School. For general inquiries, please contact our Human Resources office. 
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Current Job Opportunities

St. Catherine's School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its hiring practices.

St. Catherine’s School is committed to providing an inclusive educational environment. We actively engage students, families, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our school community respects the differences in ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. Consistent with the School’s mission, St. Catherine’s fosters in our students, and expects from all others, respect for the dignity and wholeness of every person.

Faculty Openings

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  • Early Learners After School Teacher

    St. Catherine’s School seeks two (2) creative and flexible teacher for its Early Learners After-School Care Program, a special opportunity for the School’s youngest students to explore enriching learning experiences after the regular school day. General hours of this position include approximately 3 ½ hours/day, Monday-Thursday, and 4 hours on Friday during the academic year, with special hours as needed for meetings and professional development.

    Supervisor: Head of Lower School and Early Childhood and Assistant Head of Early Childhood

    Position Status: PT, non-exempt, regular, 9-month

    Hours of Work: 3.5 hours/day, Monday-Thursday, and 4 hours on Fridays during the academic year

    Note: This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification. This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position. Nothing contained in this position description restricts St. Catherine’s School’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.

    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Create and implement lessons in alignment with the Early Learner curriculum and foster student growth in academic, social, and emotional areas
    • Organize enrichment opportunities that include arts and crafts and indoor and outdoor play
    • Actively monitor student behavior and support developmentally appropriate social skills
    • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with Lower School Administration and the Early Childhood team
    • Communicate effectively with parents regarding Aftercare program logistics and schedule
    • Attend assigned staff meetings and professional development training as needed

    REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
    • Experience working with young children required; preferred bachelor’s degree in a related field
    • Creative, flexible thinker who is curious about best practices and innovative approaches in education
    • Energetic, professional, and hard-working
    • Patient, kind, and dedicated to a relational teaching approach
    • Highly motivated with deep appreciation and passion for working with young children
    • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented
    • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds and work outdoors in inclement weather conditions
  • Lower and Middle School General Music Instructor

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    St. Catherine’s School seeks a full-time enthusiastic and innovative music educator to teach in the Lower School and Middle School.  St. Catherine’s has a rich musical tradition that includes regular performances of wide-ranging repertoire and liturgical music. The ideal candidate will build strong relationships with students, contribute to the overall life of the school, and assist with the organization of various school services, ceremonies, and functions. Most importantly, the School seeks an instructor who takes joy in exploring, perfecting, and performing music with students who have a wide range of abilities and interests. The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in music, and a masters degree is preferred. Passion and/or experience for project-based and differentiated learning and interest in working in a student-centered, collaborative, educational environment is beneficial. Candidates should have an interest in being part of a community that strives to create access, equity and belonging for all.

    Supervisor:      Head of Middle School; Head of Lower School and Early Childhood
    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A
    Position Status:  Salaried, exempt, full-time, regular, 9-month
    Hours of Work:  Standard work week.  Evening and weekend work is required for rehearsals and performances.
    Note:  This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification.  This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position.  Nothing contained in this position description restricts St. Catherine’s School’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.

    Essential Responsibilities
    • Developing lesson plans and utilizing instructional materials that enhance the learning experiences and maximize the available time for music and movement instruction of Early Childhood 
    • Directing multiple Handbell Choirs
    • Teaching a Middle School Music trimester class
    • Creating a classroom and ensemble community based on the school’s core values and commitment to access, equity, and belonging
    • Taking joy in exploring, perfecting, and performing music with students who have a wide range of abilities and interests
    Requirements
    • Four-year college degree and should relate well to students of varying ages
    • Teaching experience in Lower School and/or Middle School music
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and a passion for the subject 
    • Candidates should demonstrate creative and energetic teaching and good classroom management skills
    • Ability to teach general music classes at a variety of levels
    • Understanding of current trends in music education and curriculum and ability to implement this knowledge in his or her teaching
    • Demonstrate the ability to integrate multicultural perspectives and music technology into instruction
    • A desire to continue the high standards of the school’s established program
    • Demonstrate adaptability to new and evolving technology, and the ability to show innovation and vision related to the efficient processing of information related to this role
    • Demonstrate strong communication skills
  • Middle School Counselor

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    St. Catherine’s School seeks a committed and solutions-oriented full-time Middle School Counselor passionate about working with middle school girls and faculty. As part of the Middle School team, the counselor will engage with faculty and students through the Middle School program in which we purposefully define program outcomes to benefit our girls. The Counselor’s role will include working directly with students to provide social and emotional support through one-on-one sessions, small group counseling, teaching trimester courses on personal growth, and promoting the work of the Health and Wellness Team. The Counselor will also be an essential administrative team member. They will assist with creating and facilitating community programming and will be expected to establish and maintain positive relationships with parents/caregivers and their colleagues. 

    Supervisor: Head of Middle School
    Position Status: Salaried, exempt, full-time, regular, 9-month
    Hours of Work: Standard work week.
    Note: This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification. This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position. Nothing in this position description restricts St. Catherine’s School’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.

    Essential Responsibilities

    • Provide social and emotional support to Middle School students through individual counseling and small student groups;
    • Provide support and guidance to Middle School families; 
    • Collaborate with Middle School faculty to promote student growth, well-being, and belonging;
    • Implement and uphold the School’s access, equity, and belonging initiatives;
    • Support and design programming regarding health and wellness, parenting, and developmentally appropriate resources for the school community;
    • Teach 5th and 6th-grade trimester Personal Growth courses;
    • Serve on Middle School Grade Level Teams and Middle School Student Care Team along with other key members of the Middle School faculty and staff;
    • Serve on School life committees as requested ;
    • Consult and communicate with community resources, practices, and therapists on an as-needed basis.

    Requirements

    • At a minimum, a Master’s degree in school counseling, psychology, or social work is required: M.Ed., M.A. M.S. or M.S.W.;
    • Licensed in Virginia or have the ability to become licensed (L.C.P., L.S.C., L.P.C., L.S.W. ) preferred;
    • Experience in counseling middle-school-aged girls; 
    • History of building strong relationships with children, families, and colleagues;
    • Ability to work as a team member in providing student support;
    • Ability to articulate current trends concerning student health and wellness;
    • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written, in engaging with students, parents, and colleagues;
    • Familiarity with and a history of strong implementation of programming focused on student health and wellness;
    • Interpersonal skills for communicating effectively with and supporting all members of the school community;
    • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Middle School Spanish Teacher

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    Description
    St. Catherine's School is an Episcopal day school in Richmond, Virginia, founded in 1890, enrolling 946 girls age 3 through grade 12. Located on a 16-acre campus in the western part of the city, St. Catherine's core values include pursuing academic excellence, developing character, nurturing spiritual growth, celebrating individuals, and building community.
     
    St. Catherine's School provides a rigorous education that prepares girls with diverse perspectives for a lifetime of learning, leadership, and service in a global community.

    Position Overview

    St. Catherine’s School seeks a committed and experienced Middle School Spanish teacher who is knowledgeable of middle school girls’ education and has a passion for working with middle school girls and faculty. As part of the Middle School team, this teacher will engage with faculty and students through the Middle School program in which we purposefully define program outcomes to benefit our girls. This MS Spanish teacher should be able to envision, design, develop, and implement a well-rounded 5th-grade Foundations program as well as a 6th-grade Spanish language program.  The MS Teacher role will include serving as an advisor, meeting with two grade-level teams, collaborating with other MS Spanish teachers, and attending regular Department meetings. All teachers, as members of our community, establish and maintain positive relationships with students, parents/caregivers, and colleagues. 
    Supervisor: Head of Middle School
    Position Status: Salaried, exempt, full-time, regular, 9-month
    Hours of Work: Standard work week. 
    Note: This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification. This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position. Nothing in this position description restricts St. Catherine’s School’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.

    Essential Responsibilities

    • Create a classroom community based on the School's core values 
    • Implement and uphold the School’s access, equity, and belonging initiatives
    • Develop and implement the Spanish curriculum that includes a focus on skill development 
    • Teach 5 sections which include 5th and 6th-grade Spanish
    • Work collaboratively with and align with colleagues teaching same-level courses
    • Serve as a 5th or 6th-grade student advisor 
    • Sponsor club activities
    • Serve on School life committees when requested 
    • Find joy in working with students and the wider School community both in teaching and taking part  in the broader life of the School 
    • Follow personnel policies as described in the Employee Handbook
    • Attend faculty and departmental meetings
    • Complete student reports in a timely manner
    • Strong orientation towards teamwork and community success
    Requirements and Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree in Spanish or in education with Spanish education emphasis; Master’s Degree desired.
    • Experience in and passion for teaching Spanish at the Middle School level 
    • Demonstrates creative and energetic teaching 
    • Strong classroom management skills
    • Articulate current trends in World Language education and proven history of implementation of these practices
    • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written 
    • Facility with and strong implementation of educational technologies 
    • Uphold the high standards of the School’s established program 
  • Upper School English Teacher

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    POSITION OVERVIEW 
    St. Catherine’s School seeks a committed, enthusiastic, and innovative Upper School English Teacher to begin work for the 2024-2025 school term. The Upper School English curriculum focuses on helping students to develop an appreciation for literature written by diverse authors, critical thinking skills to analyze literature from multiple viewpoints, and communication skills to convey ideas and arguments cogently in writing and in speech. The Grade 9 curriculum introduces students to literary analysis through a genre study of world literature, while the Grade 10 and 11 surveys present a study of major works in British and American literature.  Students choose from an array of diverse elective courses in the senior year.  
    Supervisor: Director of Upper School; English Department Chair
    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A
    Position Status:  Salaried, exempt, full-time, regular, 9-month
    Hours of Work:  Standard work week.  Occasional evening chaperoning and travel supervision.
    Note: This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification. This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position. Nothing contained in this position description restricts St. Catherine’s School’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time
     
    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES 
    • Create a classroom community based on the School's core values
    • Develop and implement the English curriculum, including a focus on skill development
    • Teach a variety of courses in the English Department at more than one grade level and be willing to design senior electives
    • Work collaboratively with and align with colleagues teaching same-level courses
    • Implement and uphold the School’s access, equity, and belonging initiatives
    • Serve as an Upper School academic advisor
    • Sponsor extracurricular activities
    • Lead a cohort in the Upper School’s X-Term experiential learning program
    • Serve on School life committees when requested
    • Find joy in working with students and the wider School community both in teaching and taking part in the broader life of the School
    QUALIFICATIONS 
    • Bachelor’s degree in English (Master’s preferred)
    • Experience in and passion for teaching English at the Upper School level
    • Demonstrated creative and energetic teaching
    • Strong classroom management skills
    • Conversant in current trends in English education and proven history of implementation of these trends
    • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written
    • Facility with and strong implementation of educational technologies
    • Ability to coach a sport is desired
    • Ability to uphold the high standards of the School’s established program 
    • Ability to become CPR and First Aid Certified. 

Staff Openings

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  • Bus Driver (Part Time)

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    POSITION OVERVIEW
    St. Catherine's School is accepting applications for School Bus Drivers. Applicants with Class A or Class B CDL, with Passenger and Air Brake endorsements with a minimum of three years' driving experience are preferred. Responsibilities include driving students along daily shuttle route and day trips. Maintaining assigned bus in a safe, clean, professional manner is a must. Employment is subject to successful background check and physical evaluation.
     
    Requirements
    Core responsibilities of the Bus Driver include:
    • Pre-trip the vehicle properly.
    • Have bus fueled and ready to go 15 minutes prior to departure time
    • Properly fill out time sheet and mileage reports after each drive
    • Have reputable driving background
    • Must possess a Class B CDL with Passenger “P” and “Air Brake” Endorsements.
    • Must not have an air brakes restriction
    Note: Drivers must be able to work various shifts per week.

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  • Director of Facilities

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    Director of Facilities reports to the Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for managing the effective operation and performance of the Facilities team, which includes supervision of one Grounds Manager, one Custodial Manager and six additional staff members. This position will also assist in managing numerous projects per year (mechanical, electrical, roofing, fire alarms, finishes, and small renovation projects) and assist with managing annual maintenance contracts and vendor agreements.    

    Supervisor:  Chief Operating Officer
    Supervisory Responsibilities:  Facilities staff (3), Grounds staff (3), Grounds Manager (1), Custodial Manager (1) 
    Position Status: Salaried Exempt, full-time, 12-months
    Hours of Work: Standard work week with flexibility based on scheduled events  
    Note: This position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed by employees within this classification. This position description should not be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required or assigned to an employee in this position. Nothing contained in this position description restricts St. Catherine’s School’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.

    Essential Responsibilities
    • Administers department policies and procedures in a consistent and fair manner including managing all hiring, training, scheduling, payroll and performance development of all Facilities employees.  
    • Develops strategies to accomplish the department’s mission of maintaining reliable mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems to include implementation of a formal preventative maintenance program.
    • Assists the COO in developing Departmental and Capital budgets
    • Responsible for maintaining efficient operation within assigned budget parameters
    • Assists with identifying deferred maintenance and capital renewal projects
    • Develops scopes of work and bids the work to the appropriate trades
    • Evaluates changes to the scopes of work and requests for payment.
    • Inspects the installations performed by the various trades for quality assurance, contract compliance, and troubleshoots any issues that arise.
    • Motivates the Facilities team to achieve peak productivity and performance.
    • Assists in performing logistical decision-making for day-to-day operations 
    • Responsible for staff timekeeping, payroll submittal, and invoice approval
    • Monitor CMMS for daily assignments and assign to staff to carry out duties in a timely manner
    • Attend pre-planning event meetings and assist with set-up and breakdown as required       
    Requirements/Qualifications 
    • Must have a valid VA driver's license
    • High school diploma or equivalent in combination with five or more years of supervisory / management experience in a maintenance services organization with demonstrated experience in administrative duties; experience working at an educational institution preferred.
    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, cad drawings, and specifications
    • Strong verbal communication and listening skills
    • Basic knowledge of computer skills for communication and use of scheduling software
    • Quickly troubleshoots and resolves problems while seeking ways to increase efficiency and productivity
    • Working knowledge of safety regulations pertaining to work performed.
    • Knowledge of methods and procedures for proper use of hand tools and motorized equipment
    • Ability to lift and move heavy equipment and supplies.

Coaching Openings

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Substitute Teacher

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  • Substitute Teacher

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    The Substitute Teacher is an educational professional who replaces regular teachers for a short period of time (e.g. a week, or month) or longer in certain cases. The Substitute Teacher will ensure the lesson plan is followed and the classroom is managed according to the standards of the division and school. The Substitute Teacher should seek to establish and maintain positive relationships with parents and other faculty/staff members; seek to collaborate effectively with other faculty/staff members; and endeavor to support the school’s mission and core values. She or he will help to run classes smoothly and promote an effective learning environment. St. Catherine’s maintains a list of approved substitutes in each division. To apply please use the link listed below.

    Pay: The rate of payment for substitute teaching is $120 per day for a full day and $80 for a half day.

Summer Camp 2024

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  • Brilliant Summer Day Camp Lead Instructor

    Position Overview: Lead a group of Brilliant Summer day campers in fun experiential learning activities while fostering social interactions and engagement. Opportunities to work with Young Explorer campers (grades JK- 1) or Junior Explorers (grades 2-6).  Opportunities could include specializing in arts and crafts or science activities.

    Supervisor: Director of Auxiliary Programs & Services

    Position Status: Exempt

    Hours of Work:
    Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., June 17-July 26

    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Teach subgroups of children with similar ages in the classroom encouraging them to develop social and interpersonal skills, listening skills and literacy skills.  
    • Offer support to a variety of hands-on experiences through a rotation of “specials” and “discovery stations” which will include arts and crafts, STEM, sports, games, and outdoor play as age appropriate.  
    • Meet as a group and with the Brilliant Summer Coordinator to plan and develop lessons, activities and special experiences. 
    • Work with the Brilliant Summer Coordinator to schedule groups to be guided through discovery stations and special activities. 
    • Lead activities for students and give direction to the Counselor and Junior Counselor to assist in classroom lessons, discovery stations experiences and special activities. 
    • Set up and clean up the classroom each day.
    • Assist with carpool drop off and pick up.  Greet and interact with parents.
    • Follow safety guidelines
    • Attend Brilliant Summer staff orientation.
    REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS
      • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a related field from accredited university.
      • A minimum of three to five years of teaching experience or commensurate experience.
      • Enjoy working with groups of children
      • Positive attitude and energy
      • Strong communications skills
      • Flexibility and reliability
      • Customer service focused

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  • Brilliant Summer Camp Counselor

    Position Overview: Assist in the care, safety, and well-being of Brilliant Summer day campers. Opportunities to work with at Brilliant Summer Young Explorers (grades JK-1) day camp or  Junior Explorers (grades 1-6). Opportunity available to help set up for camp week of June 10, 2024.

    Supervisor: Director of Auxiliary Programs & Services

    Position Status: Hourly, nonexempt, seasonal

    Hours of Work:
    Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., June 17-July 26, 2024
    Opportunities to work extended care hours as well: 
    7:30 - 8:45 a.m.
    3:30 - 5:15 p.m.

    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    Brilliant Camp Counselors and Jr. Counselors are responsible for assisting the Lead Instructor in leading activities such as arts, crafts, games, outdoor play, and swimming during the day camp session. Counselors serve as role models and are responsible for setting a positive example.
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    • Interact with campers to provide a fun, caring, supportive camp environment. 
    • Supervise campers during meals. 
    • Greet and interact with parents during drop off and pick up. 
    • Help escort campers to activities
    • Assist with set up and clean up activities
    • Assist with attendance
    • Follow safety guidelines. 
    • Attend Brilliant Summer staff orientation
    REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS
    Enjoy working with groups of children
    Positive attitude and energy
    Strong communications skills
    Flexibility and reliability
    Customer service focused
    Junior Counselors must be at least 16 years of age
    Counselors must be at least 18 years of age

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  • Brilliant Summer Office Assistant

    Position Overview: Provide administrative support to the Brilliant Summer camp program. Opportunity available to help set up for camp week of June 10, 2024.

    Supervisor: Director of Auxiliary Programs & Services

    Position Status: Hourly, nonexempt, seasonal

    Hours of Work:
    Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, June 17-July 26, 2024

    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    The Brilliant Summer Office Assistance provides administrative support to the summer camp program, working closely with the Director of Auxiliary Programs & Services and the Brilliant Summer Coordinator.  
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    • Answer phone calls and triage messages
    • Monitor Brilliant Summer inbox and respond to parent emails
    • Greet and interact with parents during drop off and pick up
    • Create weekly camp rosters, name tags, signs
    • Organize and distribute camper t-shirts
    • Receive and file camper documentation
    • Track overall weekly camper attendance
    • Assist with carpool drop off and pick up as needed
    • Help escort late arriving campers to their activity location
    • Follow safety guidelines
    • Attend staff orientation
    REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS
    Enjoy working with groups of children
    Positive attitude and energy
    Strong communications skills
    Strong computer skills, ability to learn new programs quickly
    Flexibility and reliability
    Customer service focused
    High school diploma, some college preferred


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  • Benefits

    St. Catherine’s School is pleased to offer full-time employees with a comprehensive benefits package along with a variety of professional development opportunities. In addition, full-time faculty and staff may be eligible for tuition remission at St. Catherine’s or St. Christopher’s Schools.
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  • Professional Development

    St. Catherine's School prioritizes the continuous growth and enhancement of its faculty and staff. The school actively supports its employees by offering a range of opportunities, including work-related courses, conferences and workshops. We know that every employee has unique professional development goals, which is why we encourage faculty and staff individuals to engage with their supervisors to find the right opportunity for them.
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  • Frequently Asked Questions

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Our City

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  • Richmond, Virginia

    Learn more about Richmond
    People love working and living in Richmond because of our unique blend of history, culture and economic opportunity. The city is steeped in historical significance and boasts a cost of living significantly lower than many major U.S. cities. Our diverse economy is driven by our strong job market in sectors like finance, healthcare and the arts. This makes it an ideal place for anyone looking to enjoy a high quality of life without breaking the bank.

    Outside of school and work, Richmond offers numerous opportunities to get out and have fun. The city’s vibrant cultural scene features a range of theaters, music venues, art galleries and more. We also have a fantastic community of restaurants, food trucks and pop-ups that offer a range of dining options. Located on the banks of the James River, Richmond offers a wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities including hiking, kayaking, rafting, biking and more.

    Richmond is also home to several esteemed colleges and universities, including the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Contact Human Resources

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    Subrina Mayes 

    Human Resources Manager
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    Tiffany Moore 

    Payroll Benefits Specialist
Located in the heart of Richmond, Virginia, St. Catherine’s School is a private, all-girls pre-K, kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school. We provide a well-rounded educational experience for girls from communities across Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico and all of central Virginia. St.Catherine’s all-girls educational experience is rooted in more than a century of history and tradition. From our revolutionary past to our dynamic present, St. Catherine’s has always focused on preparing students for a boundless future.