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Employment

Working at Regis Jesuit
Regis Jesuit High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Regis Jesuit does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and the needs of the school.

Our Mission

Regis Jesuit High School—a Catholic educational community—engages the gifts of young men and women in a single-gender environment, fosters faith in Jesus Christ and promotes justice and mercy, develops critical minds and nurtures compassionate hearts to serve others—all for the greater glory of God.

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  • EMPLOYEE BENEFITS OVERVIEW

    Regis Jesuit offers a robust benefits package for its employees including the following: 

    Medical Insurance

    Regis Jesuit offers three plan types and pays 100% of the employee portion of the base plan ($0 deductible) premium at all levels of coverage and contributes an additional $100 towards family coverage. We also make contributions to the employee HSA on participating plans.

    Dental and Vision Insurance
    Regis Jesuit offers an affordable dual-choice dental plan and vision plan and pays a flat rate of the premiums at all levels of both plans.

    Life/Accidental Death Insurance
    Regis Jesuit provides all employees with a $75,000 Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance at no cost to the employee. Employees may also opt for additional life coverage at their own cost.

    403(b) Retirement Matching
    All employees are eligible to enroll in the Regis Jesuit retirement plan at the first of the month following the completion of 30 days of employment. After one year of employment, employees enrolled in the plan will be eligible for incremental matching contributions, up to 6% after five years.

    Voluntary Supplemental Benefit
    Regis Jesuit offers supplemental policies through Colonial Life. These plans are designed to supplement primary health coverage and include cancer, accident, hospitalization and critical illness plans. The premiums are paid entirely by employees.

    Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
    Regis Jesuit offers both medical and childcare FSAs, utilizing pre-tax deductions that help cover the costs of medical and childcare expenses.

    Long-Term Disability
    After one year of service, Regis Jesuit offers LTD at no cost to employees.

    Masters Course Reimbursement
    Regis Jesuit will reimburse the cost (up to the current University of Colorado at Denver graduate credit hour rate) of courses taken by full-time employees working towards their first master’s degree. The school will pay for up to nine credits per year within the first seven years of employment.

    Tuition Remission for Employee Children
    Employees may receive Regis Jesuit tuition remission for their child(ren), provided that the child(ren) meets all academic and disciplinary requirements of the school. Employees will be entitled to tuition remission on a graduated scale, based on cumulative years of service (100% after five years of employment).

    Paid Time Off
    Regis Jesuit offers generous paid time off for sick leave, maternity and paternity leave and retreat leave, as well as offering vacation time for year-round employees. Non-faculty receive between 17-19 paid holidays per year, dependent upon the calendar.

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  • HIRING FOR MISSION & FORMATION OF EMPLOYEES

    Hiring and Equity Policies
    Hiring for diversity is hiring for our mission. Regis Jesuit is committed to hiring the most talented, diverse and caring faculty and staff to guide our students. We have made tremendous strides in building a more diverse student population. One of our strategic goals currently is to assemble a faculty and staff that better reflects the growing diversity of our students. Thus, prospective employees who will help us meet the aims of inclusivity and diversity are encouraged to contact us, even a particular position does not appear. 
    We have implemented a schoolwide policy to help ensure that candidates from diverse backgrounds are included in our hiring  process. We have paired this with a policy focused on equity to ensure that we are upholding the values of our mission promise in how we conduct ourselves from the standpoint of diversity, equity and inclusion. 

    Faculty and Staff Formation
    Opportunities for professional development pertaining to diversity, inclusion and equity are numerous and offered year-round at Regis Jesuit, are an expectation for all faculty and staff and include:
    • Faculty and Staff DEI In-Service Days
      Occurring at least yearly focused on diversity topics and issues 
    • Culturally-Responsive Teaching Training 
      Culturally-responsive teaching training is the instructional practice of teaching that recognize, honor and leverage cultural diversity in educational settings, with the goal of ensuring the academic success of all students, challenging us to ask ourselves: How can we validate the many aspects of identity through our teaching?
    • Implicit Bias Training
      Required for all hiring managers and department chairs
    • DEI Conferences and Workshops
      Faculty and staff are always encouraged to attend conferences and workshops to further their understanding of DEI work
    • DEI Book Clubs and Discussion Groups
      Offering faculty and staff the opportunity to read a book or have a discussion based on a DEI subject area to hear and learn from a variety of perspectives
    • Faculty Diversity Committee
      Participates annually in a discussion and review of the Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Plan

What our faculty & staff say about working at Regis Jesuit

The encouragement and support given to you by the administration and parents at Regis Jesuit allows you the freedom to take curriculum outside the realm of standardized tests and into the daily lives and beliefs of the individual. The emphasis on personal growth doesn’t stop with the students; it extends itself deep into the livelihood of the entire Regis Jesuit community.
Ignatian spirituality is enriching for everyone, whether Catholic or not. Although I am not Catholic, I feel very much at home in this atmosphere which is infused with Ignatian spirituality.

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Regis Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.
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