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The Viking Team

Welcome to our career website. Becoming a Viking faculty or staff member is a rewarding achievement. With a sixty-two year tradition of excellence, at Nolan Catholic we look for highly professional individuals that wish to perfect their vocation. 

Applicants should have an aptitude for teaching, a love for their content, and a commitment to mentorship, community, and the intellectual life. 

We encourage you to sign up for our annual spring job fair (February 20th, 5:30 p.m.). Details on how to sign up are below.


We look forward to making your acquaintance.



Interested in joining the Nolan Catholic team? Please sign up for our job fair by applying to the "High School Teacher" application below and completing this Interview Fair form. To successfully complete your application, you will need to upload your resume, college transcript(s), and cover letter. For questions, please feel free to email our Academic Principal Ryan FallerApplicants for a teaching position will be asked to make themselves available for a classroom demonstration and provide two professional letters of reference during the interview process.


Nolan Catholic is a ministry of the Diocese of Fort Worth providing a college preparatory education and evangelizing students to be tomorrow's servant leaders through education in faith, formation in hope, perseverance in charity. 


Development Director

The Development Director works in close partnership with the Head of School, as the Head of School is the Chief Advocate for the Nolan Catholic mission. The Development Director partners with the Head of School as they collaborate and focus on engaging and soliciting major gift prospects.  Each will maintain a portfolio of individual prospects/donors and they will, as often as possible, manage and solicit these individuals together.   


The Development Director will also work closely and guide the School Chaplain, Athletic Director, Alumni Director, and when necessary other faculty/staff to participate in solicitation visits.  The Development Director will request when appropriate the Bishop, the President of the Advancement Foundation, the Superintendent and other Priests/Pastors to partner for these visits.  Development efforts are focused as much as possible, on the sphere of influence that can be utilized to successfully engage, steward, solicit and close gifts to Nolan Catholic.


Director of Branding and Strategic Programming

The Director of Branding and Strategic Programming (DBSP) fulfills the mission of Nolan Catholic by serving as the lead strategist and project manager of four drivers of the school to increase Nolan Catholic’s student enrollment.  The four enrollment drivers are: Academics, Character Development, Faith Formation and Leadership.  The DBSP is charged with curriculum development, production, the implementation of new programs which meet the philosophy, mission, objectives of the four drivers as set forth by the Head of School and approved by the Board of Directors. The DBSP is responsible for the development of the new programs under these four drivers, leading the team responsible for building out the programs and overseeing the progress of the students in the four drivers, as well as the communicating and promoting of these programs within the school and the Catholic community. The DBSP will be evaluated by enrollment metrics and program effectiveness. The DBSP will report to the Head of School.


Theology High School Teacher

A theology teacher at Nolan Catholic High School plays a crucial role in shaping the spiritual and intellectual development of students. They design and deliver engaging theology lessons that explore Catholic teachings, scripture, and moral principles. By fostering a nurturing and reflective classroom environment, they encourage students to deepen their faith, engage in critical thinking, and apply ethical decision-making in their daily lives. Additionally, they integrate faith into all aspects of the school experience, leading prayer services, supporting service projects, and collaborating with faculty and parents to cultivate a vibrant, faith-centered community.


Dean of Student Formation

The Dean of Student Formation, i.e., discipline at Nolan Catholic High School plays a pivotal role in shaping the character of our students. This position is perfect for a dedicated leader who is passionate about fostering a positive and transformative school culture. The Dean of Student Formation works closely with our leadership team to uphold our core values of academics, character development, faith formation, and leadership. By enforcing behavioral standards and guiding students in their personal growth, the Dean of Student Formation ensures that our school community thrives. This role involves collaborating with the Assistant Head of Student Affairs and reporting to both the Assistant Head and the Head of School, making a lasting impact on the lives of our students through character formation and discipline.


General High School Teacher Application

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth schools’ faculty perseveres to educate and to form students and their families in the Catholic intellectual and moral tradition anchored by faith and right reason. It is in this endeavor that students and their families come to know and to love the true, the beautiful, and the good of God’s created order as known through reason and revealed fully in Jesus Christ.

The Catholic School teacher fulfills this mission by modeling for their students a sense of wonder and love of learning, by inspiring them toward intellectual and moral excellence, and engaging them in the pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty.


Robo Vikes Robotics Coach

The Robotics Coach is responsible for recruitment of both students and mentors, day-to-day operations of the team including budget, purchasing, inventory, designing, building, programming, collaborating, planning, entering, and participating in the FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) competitions.  The Robotics Coach is responsible for creating the vision for and enhancing the robotics program.


Annual Spring Interview Fair

Our annual interview fair for high school teachers is a pivotal event that underscores our commitment to fostering a vibrant community of academics. Recognizing John Senior's profound insight that a school is a "faculty of friends," we believe in the transformative power of educators coming together to form a close-knit community. We prioritize high-quality teaching applicants who not only excel in their subject matter but also embrace the ethos of collaborative learning and camaraderie. Moreover, we extend an invitation to those interested in non-teaching positions, recognizing that diverse talents contribute to the holistic growth of our educational community. It is imperative that our applicants share a passion for creating a dynamic and inclusive learning environment, embodying the essence of a school as a thriving community of friends that pursue knowledge and virtue. The Interview Fair will take place on Tuesday, February 20th, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. To join our interview fair, please fill out this form and apply for the open position(s) below. 

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