About Veritas Academy
Veritas Academy is a private, classical, Christian, University-Model® school in Austin, Texas. Veritas seeks to train hearts and minds for the glory of God through rigorous curricula, character education, competitive athletics, fine & performing arts, and an array of extra- and co-curricular activities.
Our faculty partners with parents to support them as the primary influence in their child’s life. To do so, Veritas students alternate between school days on campus and at home. As a result, all of our teaching positions are part-time. Whether as part of our faculty or staff, working at Veritas provides the opportunity to use your gifts to impact students, families, and co-workers for God’s glory. Together we seek to support our community and one another in the pursuit of Veritas’s mission.
Working at Veritas
As part of the Veritas faculty and staff, you will enter into a community of believers who love the Lord, love learning, and love children. A career at Veritas will not only challenge you to grow professionally but also in your walk with the Lord.
Join Our Team
The mission of Veritas is to minister to families by partnering with Christian parents to provide for their children a classical education founded upon a Biblical worldview so that these children may commence a lifelong pursuit of knowledge, wisdom and understanding in their purposeful and passionate service of Jesus Christ, for the glory of God. As such, all of our faculty and staff must be active in a local church and wholeheartedly agree with, genuinely live by, and willingly sign our Statement of Faith.
In addition, teachers must exhibit a mastery of the content they teach and share Veritas’s vision of a classical, Christian, University-Model® school.
If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your resume and cover letter. We are excited to hear from you!
If you're interested in one of our open positions or would like to be considered for future opportunities, please send your resume and cover letter via email or mail. Don't forget to mention the position you're applying for!
Attn: Human Resources
13401 Escarpment Blvd
Austin, Texas 78739
The School of Rhetoric Latin Teacher will teach various Latin courses in the School of Rhetoric. The courses will range from the basics of Latin, including vocabulary and foundational grammar, to complex grammatical constructions, to the translation of works written by Latin authors within the classical canon. A basic proficiency in Latin and a bachelor's degree is required. A teaching certificate and 2+ years of foreign language teaching experience is preferred.
Molecular Biology Teacher
The Molecular Biology Teacher will teach Molecular Biology to School of Rhetoric students. A bachelor's degree or higher in Biology or a related field is required and 2+ years of teaching experience or a teaching certificate is preferred.
AP Computer Science Teacher
The Computer Science Teacher will teach Computer Science to School of Rhetoric students. The Computer Science course will teach students how to think algorithmically and solve problems creatively with computer methods. A bachelor's degree or higher in Computer Science or a related field is required and 2+ years teaching experience or a teaching certificate is preferred.
The Chemistry Teacher will teach this first year chemistry course to School of Rhetoric students. A bachelor's degree or higher, preferably in Chemistry or a related field, and 2+ years teaching experience or a teaching certificate is preferred.
Custodial Personnel will provide custodial and facilities support, and bring a cheerful and positive presence to the community.
Job type: Part-time
I remember the first day I joined the Veritas staff and the sweet welcome I received from the community. That feeling of belonging, unity in mission, and love has only continued to grow. I could not dream of a better place to work… Veritas is home."
—Katie, Office Staff
In all seriousness, Veritas might be the best thing that has ever happened to me, aside from salvation. The administration is supportive and closely adheres to a vision in which I believe. They give me freedom to teach how I like, even as they refine my methods. The faculty is interesting, lively, jocund - such that it feels as though they are constantly blasting away the cobwebs from the stodgy old cabin of academia. The students are voracious for life, and often seem to have their priorities well aligned. If you don't at least try to get a job here, you're being a dummy."
—A.J., School of Rhetoric Faculty