Elementary School Principal

The principal is responsible for the implementation of the mission statement of the school. He/She is expected to provide leadership in all religious and educational activities at the school. As a spiritual leader of the school, the Elementary Principal is expected to nurture the faith development of the faculty and staff by providing opportunities for spiritual growth. As an educational leader, the elementary principal will provide ample opportunity for continuing education for all staff members. The elementary principal reports directly to the pastor and works closely with the superintendent. The principal understands that this is a ministerial position at a religious institution and that there is within the Catholic Church a body of officially taught and commonly accepted beliefs, the communication of which is a fundamental purpose and mission of a Catholic School and that its students and staff have a right to expect such communication implicitly and explicitly from the principal and teachers regardless of the subject areas, grades, or courses being taught. The principal must be a practicing Catholic. The principal, has the authority and responsibility for the daily operations of the school which include the setting and implementation of policies and programs in instruction, curriculum, evaluation, facilities management, budget and discipline. The principal reports to the pastor (or deacon or director of parish life). The principal works closely with the superintendent to ensure the school meets appropriate federal, state, local, and diocesan policy.   Email letter of intent, résumé and list of professional references to:
                                               Diocese of Saginaw
                                               Attn: Cormac Lynn, Superintendent
                                               5800 Weiss St., Saginaw, MI 48603

Grade One

St. Joseph the Worker School is seeking a First Grade teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants must have a valid State of Michigan teaching certificate. Background checks, fingerprinting, and participation in the Virtus Program will be required of anyone who is hired.  Email letter of intent, résumé and three letters of recommendation to:
                                               St. Joseph the Worker School
                                               Attn: Mary Hauck, Principal
                                               2091 N. Winn Road, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

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Grade 6 Teacher

Candidate must have a valid State of Michigan teaching certificate; Bachelor's (preferred).  Background check, fingerprinting, and participation in the VIRTUS program will be required of anyone who is hired.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $30,000.00 - $35,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)

  • Flexible spending account

  • Health insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Retirement plan


  • Monday to Friday


  • Bachelor's (Preferred)


  • Teaching or less: 1 year (Preferred)


  • Teaching Certification (Preferred)

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Director of Religious Education

30-35 hours per week;  Hourly.  Responsible for developing and implementing religious education programs for K-12th Grade, Sacramental Preparation and Adult Faith Formation.  Duties are varied in nature and require initiative, good judgment, organizational ability, and knowledge of the interrelated functions of the position and the parish.  Send a cover letter, resume and references via email: or mail to Father Tom Held, Pastor at St. Joseph the Worker, 2163 N. Winn Road, Mount Pleasant, MI   48858.