Thank you for your interest in working at Father Ryan High School. Father Ryan’s long and celebrated history of providing quality Catholic education to the Nashville community began in 1925.
We could not have achieved the successes that we have without the contributions of our skilled, talented and hard-working faculty and staff. Father Ryan is an employer of choice for individuals seeking employment in education. We offer competitive salaries, generous benefits, and the chance to be a part of an exciting community.

Consider some of the reasons why you should work at Father Ryan: whether it's broadening our understanding of the world around us, fostering a sense of inclusion, developing innovation or educating the leaders of tomorrow, it’s all happening at Father Ryan today. We hope you will join us.

Current Job Openings

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  • English Teacher - November 2020 Start Date

    Father Ryan High School is accepting resumes for teaching for the fall of the 2020-2021 school year. For all openings, please send the following: 
    1) a letter of introduction
    2) resume
    3) a minimum of three references to Jennifer Anton, Academic Dean, at  

    The following positions are teaching positions. For each teaching position, Father Ryan seeks a person of  faith who is creative, enthusiastic, well-versed in the core subject area and current pedagogy. The  candidate should possess excellent writing and communication skills; an ability and desire to work  collaboratively; a familiarity with technologies standard in the educational profession. All teaching  positions have the following responsibilities attached to them. Candidates should expect to have extra curricular duties assigned to them, as well, and should include areas in which they could moderate  clubs or coach.  

    The responsibilities of the classroom teacher include, but are not limited to, the following:  
    • Accepts and supports the values and principles of Catholic education within the mission of the  Church, in an atmosphere of trust, mutual respect, and integrity. The person does not have to  be a Catholic; however, a person who practices his/her own faith is important. 

    • Directs and evaluates the learning experiences of students in curricular, co-curricular, and  extracurricular activities. 

    • Provides students with appropriate academic guidance that will promote their proper educational welfare. 

    • Cooperates and participates in the planning and the evaluation of the school program.

    • Follows the school curriculum guides and diocesan mandates for curriculum.

    • Takes part in the professional development program of the school. 

    • Maintains cordial relationships with colleagues. 

    • Follows the ethics of the profession. 

    • Creates a classroom environment that recognizes and respects the value of each student, while  exercising appropriate classroom management. 

    • Works in partnership with parents in the ongoing process of educating their child.  

    Full Time Teacher – English (American Literature) – Start date November 2020

    It is preferred that the person for this job have: 
    • a Master of Arts Degree or higher and a major in the field of English


    • a minimum of two years of teaching experience.