Teacher/ Professional Staff Application (PDF on the Diocese’s site)
General Staff Application (PDF on the Diocese’s site)

Open Positions:

Skaggs Catholic Center: Interested parties must complete a diocesan employee application (available from the link above) and a resume, and forward them to the contact listed in the job description

  • The Skaggs Catholic Center LLC (a non-profit organization) is looking to hire a part-time accountant to work under the direction of the Director of Finance in maintaining daily accounting activities. The position offers both flexible hours and a flexible schedule working 13-20 hours per week, Monday-Friday for current & future aligned schools.
    This is an immediate opportunity with plans to hire within 30 days.


    • Maintenance of the General Ledger
    • Recording of Revenues and Expenses
    • Bank Account Reconciliations
    • Recoding of Journal Entries
    • Payroll Processing
    • Maintenance of Accounting Records
    • Control of Annual Financial Review
    • Assistance in Tuition Administration
    • Other Accounting Tasks and Projects as Assigned


    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (preferably two years of work experience) or commensurate experience
    • Knowledge of non-profit accounting principles and GAAP
    • Proficiency in MS office, EXCEL, and Quick Books
    • Experience with general ledger software and other accounting systems
    • Ability to observe current practices and procedures and make recommendations for improvements
    • Organized and detail-oriented
    • Ability to work in a team environment
    • Strong communication skills – both written and verbal

    For consideration, please send a brief cover letter and resume to: davesimpson@skaggscatholiccenter.org


Guardian Angel Daycare: Interested parties must complete a diocesan employee application (available from the link above) and a resume, and forward them to Guardian Angel Daycare, 300 East 11800 South, Draper, Utah, 84020, or call 801-984-7135 or email daycareinfo@guardianangeldaycare.org.

  • Extended Day Program: Guardian Angel Daycare is hiring for its extended daycare program: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 2:30PM – 6PM and Wednesday 12PM-6PM. Please see the following, and if interested contact Vanessa Morales at vanessamorales@guardianangeldaycare.org.
  • Daycare Teacher:
    Job Description
    Full-time and part-time positions available. A Catholic Child Development Center in Draper, Utah is searching for qualified Early Childhood Specialists/Teachers. Candidates must be knowledgeable in child development .
    Guardian Angel Daycare cares for children ages 6 weeks to 10 years old and is open from 7:00AM to 6:00PM. Full-timeBenefits offered are Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Prescription Benefits, 401K Contributions, Life Insurance and Tuition Discounts for schools located on the Skaggs Catholic Center Campus.
    Sincere love for children, curriculum and teaching. Candidates will attend ongoing professional development classes in Early Child Education and may participate in a Pay Step Program. Strong communication and time management skills are essential. Fingerprints, Background Checks, Immunizations, Flu Shot, Food Handlers Card, CPR Card, First Aid Card are required. Salary Range:$10,000 – $30,000 Maintain an educational, healthy and safe classroom environment for children at our child care center. Teachers will guide children toward self discipline, instill the love of learning and create an environment where children learn through exploration and play. Responsible for assisting in planning curriculum, classroom environment, daily schedule and routine.

    Responsible for creating a curriculum and educational environment. Each employee is required to follow our vision, which entails keeping the children’s needs met at all times.

    Experience and or education in early child development. Training on site is available along with educational classes for a Child Development Associates (CDA). Years of Experience: 1-2 years

    If interested contact Vanessa Morales at vanessamorales@guardianangeldaycare.org.


Saint John the Baptist Elementary School: Saint John the Baptist Catholic Elementary: Position listed below, unless noted otherwise, is a full-time, 190 contract-day, salaried professional positions.  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.  Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Saint John the Baptist Catholic Elementary is an EO/EA/AA employer, and conducts background checks on all final candidates.  Interested parties must complete an application and send a resume to Mrs. Ward, Saint John the Baptist Catholic Elementary, 300 East 11800 South, Draper, Utah 84020 or email stjohninfo@sjbelementary.org

  • No open positions.


Saint John the Baptist Middle School: Interested parties must complete a diocesan employee application (available from the link above) and a resume, and forward them to Patrick Reeder, Saint John the Baptist Middle, 300 East 11800 South, Draper, Utah, 84020, or call 801-984-7613 or email patrickreeder@sjb-middle.org.

  • No open positions.


Juan Diego Catholic High School: 

Positions listed below, unless otherwise noted, are full-time, 9 month, salaried professional positions.  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Juan Diego Catholic High School is an EO/EA/AA employer, and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

Preferred candidates will have Masters degree in their subject area, have the ability to teach across multiple subject disciplines, hold a current Utah State Teaching License, have at least two years high school teaching experience, and have expertise with Google Apps for Education, the PowerSchool student information system and the Canvas LMS.

Applicants who have the qualifications and expertise are encouraged to apply. Applicants must complete a Diocesan Application (see Application link at the top of this page), and send an academic resume and references to: JimDuane@skaggscatholiccenter.org or remit to Juan Diego Catholic High School, 300 East 11800 South, Draper, UT 84020.

    • Athletic Director –
      Juan Diego Catholic High School is accepting applications for the position of Athletic Director beginning with the 2021-2022 school year. The Athletic Director at Juan Diego Catholic High School is an administrative level position which has authority and responsibility for all aspects of Juan Diego’s 23 athletic teams in addition to all other UHSAA sponsored activities including forensics, band, orchestra, and drama.

      Minimum Qualifications – applicants must have one or more of the following:

      • Served as a head coach
      • Served as an athletic director or assistant athletic director
      • Served as an assistant principal over athletics

      Applicants must have a master’s degree in one of the following areas:

      • Educational Administration
      • Athletic Administration
      • Organizational Management
      • Other related areas which are relevant to position
      • In lieu of a master’s degree, applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree and who have, or are pursuing, a NIAAA Certified Athletic Administrator or Certified Master Athletic Administrator designation will be considered.

      Interested applicants send cover letter and resume to Chris Long, Athletic Director chrislong@jdchs.org

    • Library Assistant –
      Job Summary
      Under the direction of the Librarian, the Library Assistant provides a variety of Library Services to the students, teachers and staff at the Skaggs Catholic Center. This position is filled by two part-time employees whose hours overlap to provide coverage during Middle School lunch. The hours for this position are listed below:
      5 hours/day
      Monday – Friday 10:15-3:45
      (w/1/2 hr. unpaid lunch)

      Additional Hours/Weeks
      The Library Assistant will need to attend the Middle School Faculty meetings on the days that they are held. The Library Assistant is also required to work additional hours before and during Orientation Week in August, Finals weeks in December and May, Book Check dates in April/May, and the week after school is dismissed. In the event that one of the Library Assistants is ill, the other one will be asked to work additional hours.

      The Library Assistant agrees to follow all Skaggs Catholic Center and Salt Lake City Diocesan policies found at https://www.dioslc.org. Must be able to work before, during and after school hours. In the absence of the Head Librarian, the Library Assistant must be able to work independently and manage the day-to-day activities in the Library.
      Educational Requirements: Preferred 2 years or more of college.
      Work Experience: Preferred experience working in a Library, educational setting, or bookstore.
      Physical Requirements: Must be able to sit, stand, walk, bend, kneel, reach, lift 30 lbs., climb up and down a ladder, carry books, and push a full book cart.

      Essential Functions

      Skills and Software Knowledge: Must be able to type at least 40 words/minute; has a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Google software (Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Drawing, etc.), and research databases such as Utah’s Online Library, including EBSCO, Gale Research, etc.)

      Communication: Communicates verbally and in writing in a professional manner with students, teachers, faculty, parents, administrators, and the Librarian; reads and responds to school emails; coordinates all Library activities with the Librarian. Assists the Librarian with posting to Library social media sites.

      Book and Textbook Management: Assists students and teachers in locating library materials, and pulls books as needed. Shelves fiction library books in alphabetical order and non-fiction library books in Dewey Decimal order. Also, pulls and shelves textbooks in the appropriate location in the Textbook Room. Assists with distributing, collecting and checking textbooks. Maintains the Library and Textbook Room shelves by keeping the books in correct order.

      Circulation: Assists students and teachers with checking Library books, textbooks, equipment, and other materials in and out. Uses the library software system (Follett Destiny) for maintaining patron records, circulation, holds, overdues, collection of fines for lost or damaged books, deleting damaged or outdated books, etc. Assists with weeding outdated and damaged books, and book and equipment inventory.

      Reader’s Advisory and Research Assistance: Assists students and teachers in locating books and other materials. Instructs patrons on the use and utilization of the Library Catalog (destiny.skaggscatholiccenter.org) as well as other websites and apps, including Novelist Plus, Goodreads, etc. Is familiar with Young Adult books and genres that appeal to students in grades 6-12. Assists students who need help using book and online resources and research strategies.

      Data Entry and Retrieval: Assists with data entry and paperwork, including checking in new books, equipment, AV materials and magazines; updates the Master Classroom Library list; looks up books for new book orders; keeps accurate records and receipts; organizes and updates Book Condition Reports, etc.

      Teaching Assistants and Volunteers: Assists the Librarian in training, supervising, and working with Teaching Assistants (TAs) and Volunteers.

      Environment: Keeps the Library clean, attractive, and inviting, including public and work areas. Helps arrange Library furnishings as needed. Interacts with all visitors to the Library in a positive and welcoming manner.

      Programming and Publicity: Assists Librarian with special programs, activities, tours, classes, contests, etc. Takes photographs and assists with advertising such events on school social media sites; prepares and hangs displays bulletin boards, fliers, signs, and decorations for the Library.

      Monitor Student Behavior: Helps maintain order in the Library by enforcing the school and library rules and expectations. Reports problems to the Librarian and Dean.

      Copy Cataloging and Processing: Locates existing MARC records for books, AV materials, and equipment; adds copies to Library catalog; prints and places spine, barcode and genre labels correctly on materials; covers books with dust jackets or contact paper; updates bibliographic records as directed by the Librarian.

      Equipment: Maintains and cleans equipment and storage areas, and helps with equipment inventory. Keeps copier and printers filled with paper and cleared of jams. Troubleshoots and assists students with basic computer and printer questions or problems and reports problems to the Librarian and IT department.

      Statistics: Collects and reports accurate Library statistics.

      Collection Development: Suggests titles for replacement or addition to the Library collection.

      Book Repair: Inspects books for damages and performs minor repairs.

      Other Duties as Assigned

      Interested applicants send cover letter and resume to Sharon Phelps, Librarian sharonphelps@skaggscatholiccenter.org

    • Cafeteria positions open –
      Join our fun and efficient cafeteria staff. We are looking to hire hard working fast paced individuals for either part time positions Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm and/or full time positions Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 3:00pm. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Full time position (30+ weekly hours) benefits include health insurance, 401a retirement contributions, life insurance, tuition discount (part time discount is prorated), daycare discounts, paid holidays, and accrued sick time. Drop your students off at school and walk on over to work! You’re off when your student is off! Great job for a parent!
      If interested contact our campus food service manager, Kristina Baker at 801-984-7628 or kristinabaker@skaggscatholiccenter.org