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MISSION: JSEA initiates programs and provides services that enable its member schools to sustain their Ignatian vision and Jesuit mission of educational excellence in the formation of young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion.


Approved job postings at JSEA member schools or related institutions are displayed below, with the most recent postings at the top. If you know of a relevant opening that is not listed here, you can submit it to us for approval.

Vice President for Advancement - Loyola School

Loyola School is seeking a Vice President for Advancement.  This position, which reports directly to the President, is responsible for, or assists in, the following areas: Fundraising, Board of Trustee Relations, Advancement and President Office activities, as well as Alumni and Parent Relations.  A complete job description has been attached.  Interested candidates should submit their resume and salary requirements to

Registrar - Strake Jesuit

  • Applicants for this full-time, year-round administrative support position should possess strong organizational and technical skills. Applicants should be flexible and adaptable. Applicants must have a strong proficiency with computers, databases and technology. The successful candidate will also have the ability to communicate, relate, and work well with parents, students, faculty and staff.

President - Regis High School - NYC

 Regis High School in New York City is seeking a new President for July 2015. Founded in 1914, Regis offers a tuition-free Jesuit college preparatory education to more than 525 Roman Catholic young men from the New York metropolitan area who demonstrate superior intellectual and leadership potential. In the admissions process, special consideration is given to those who cannot otherwise afford a Catholic education. As a Jesuit school, Regis is committed to both academic excellence and fostering a spirit of generosity and service to those in need.

Advancement Coordinator and Assistant to the President - Cristo Rey Chicago

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School seeks an Advancement Coordinator/Assistant to the President to join the Advancement Department.  Reporting to the Director of Development, this position is responsible for managing the gift processing, timely turnaround of acknowledgement letters and reports, and for providing support to both the Advancement Department and Office of the President.  The ideal candidate must be supportive of Jesuit/Catholic ideals and be committed to the mission of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School.

Director of External Relations - Cristo Rey Chicago

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School seeks a Director of External Relations to join the Advancement Department. Reporting to the Vice President of Advancement, the Director of External Relations is responsible for telling the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School story and sharing the school’s mission through the building of external relationships, effectively utilizing communication tools, and producing special events. The goal is to broaden awareness of the school’s mission and to enhance the image of CRJHS to increase loyalty.

Development Director - Arrupe Jesuit High School (Denver, CO)

The Development Director, in coordination with the President, will develop and execute the strategy for all fundraising and communication activities to include securing individual, corporate and foundation contributions and grants. The Director will also have primary responsibility for successfully directing and managing community outreach initiatives and partnerships, expanding and diversifying philanthropic revenue, and furthering the culture of philanthropy across the organization.

Director, Leadership Gifts - Loyola Blakefield, Towson, MD

The Director of Leadership Gifts partners with the Director of Annual Giving and Director of Advancement in implementing the senior level giving program and stewardship functions of Loyola Blakefield. This individual may travel up to 50% of their time to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospective alumni, parents and friend donors. The primary focus is on securing leadership gifts of $1,000 or more and major gifts of $5,000 or more within appropriate annual, and potentially capital endeavors.