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Assistant Principal of Student Life and Discipline, Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School (Potomac Shores, VA)

Posted: April 7, 2020

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School is accepting applications for the 2020/2021 school year for the position of 12 month full-time Assistant Principal of Student Life and Discipline. Under the direction of the Principal, the Assistant Principal works to provide formation for students by establishing policies built on strong relationships and the Catholic faith. The Assistant Principal of Student life leads the extra-curricular planning for activities that are not directly under Athletics, assuring that the activities support and enhance the mission of the school.

Qualifications:

Advanced Degree in Educational Administration
Three or more years of administrative or other relevant experience preferred
Experience working in secondary education preferred
Must be practicing Catholic
Minimum five years teaching experience
Hold appropriate Virginia Administration and Supervision Certification or be eligible to obtain this certification within three years of hire

Job Responsibilities:

Supervises student discipline and maintains disciplinary records
Supervises student attendance
Supervises students in school and community settings, ensuring their safety and decorum.
Assigns and oversees student lockers, auditorium and gym seating
Develops and maintains student handbook
Works with Guidance Department on issues relative to student problems (including attendance)
Plans, schedules and coordinates activities to engage students in the school community
Oversight of school activities; providing supervision and coordination as needed to club moderators
Communicates school activities to parents and students
Establishes procedures and policies for before and after school monitoring of students and student supervision
Works with Director of Athletics on Calendar planning for the school
Plans and communicates student life assemblies
Oversight to faculty duties including: cafeteria, hall monitoring, before and after school, parking lot
Works with students, faculty members and parents regarding student behavior plans
Coordinates the "Administrator on Duty" responsibilities and serves in this capacity at campus events
Maintains guidelines and conducts programs related to the health, safety and security of students, faculty and staff.
Assists the Assistant Principal of Academics with new teacher orientation and professional development planning.

Skills:

Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and students efficiently * Exceptional attention to detail * Very strong presentation skills * Very strong verbal and written communication skills * Self-directed professional who will identify and problem-solve with limited supervision * Pastoral manner; strong ability to handle confidential information appropriately and manage sensitive conversations with tact and diplomacy * Knowledgeable in computer applications related to the duties and responsibilities, specifically Google Suite

Cover Letter along with salary requirements and resume may be emailed to search.committee@jpthegreat.org
About the Employer
Rooted in the Dominican tradition of prayer, study, community and service, Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School is committed to the formation of youth with special emphasis on the ethical development of the students. We strive to provide an environment where students can grow in the image of Jesus Christ while developing intellectual, theological, and moral virtues. As a school within the Arlington Diocese, we prepare each student for a life of faith, service, and integrity.


Religion Teacher, Bishop Ireton High School (Alexandria, VA)

Posted: April 7, 2020

Bishop Ireton High School has an August 2020 opening for a Religion Teacher for the 2020-21 school year. Successful candidates will:

• be energetic, passionate teachers who welcome the challenges of the classroom.
• demonstrate professionalism in a collaborative environment.
• have strong communication skills.
• possess a bachelor's degree; master's degree preferred.
• possess or be willing to obtain a Virginia teaching license or VCEA license
- Must speak fluent English
- Must be willing to undergo a background check and take required in-person Virtus training
- citizenship, residency or work visa required

Specific jobs/requirements:
Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor's degree in Theology or Religious Studies; a master's degree from a Catholic college or university is preferred. Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church and comprehensive knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church and relevant USCCB curriculum guidelines required. 3 years' relevant teaching experience. Candidates will teach within the USCCB curriculum guidelines, working in collaboration with the Religion Department, campus ministry, administration, and other constituents to enhance Catholic Identity and build the Body of Christ through classroom instruction, liturgy and service projects; and support the mission of the school in word and deed.

Interested candidates should send an email including a cover letter, current resume, three professional references and written personal philosophy of education in a Catholic school environment to Mrs. Tina Becker, Manager of Administrative Services, at tina.becker@bishopireton.org.

About the Employer
Bishop Ireton, a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory high school in historic Alexandria, Virginia, began its proud heritage of academic excellence in 1964. The school offers a challenging environment and outstanding quality of life, both in academics and co-curricular activities, with a three-tiered focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), humanities and fine arts. The spirit of community service and giving back is central to the school's mission. Bishop Ireton's quality is reflected in its distinguished faculty and staff, who take great pride in seeing every graduate head to college - often to the most prestigious universities and service academies.


Accounting Associate (Susan B. Anthony List, Arlington, Virginia)

Posted: March 23, 2020

Summary/Objective

The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) is the largest pro-life political organization in the country and is continuing to expand our reach in 2020. We are looking for an Accounting Associate to join our team who will be able to manage the growing needs of our six entities.

This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Vice President of Administration.

Essential Functions:

Responsible for accounts payable management
Revenue reconciliation between Quickbooks and Database
Reconciliations of bank and credit card transactions
Managing reimbursements for personnel
Budget reporting for various entities
Payroll processing

For more information on this position, please click here.

Please send resume, cover letter, and pro-life statement to Kathleen Wilber at careers@sbalist.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered.


PLAN Program Coordinator (Susan B. Anthony List, Arlington, Virginia)

Posted: March 23, 2020

Susan B. Anthony List – Job Description
Summary/Objective
The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) is the largest pro-life political organization in the country and is continuing to expand our reach in 2020. We are looking for an Accounting Associate to join our team who will be able to manage the growing needs of our six entities.
This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Vice President of Administration.
Essential Functions:

Responsible for accounts payable management
• Revenue reconciliation between Quickbooks and Database
• Reconciliations of bank and credit card transactions
• Managing reimbursements for personnel
• Budget reporting for various entities
• Payroll processing

For more information on this position, visit:

https://www.sba-list.org/job-openings/virginia-plan-program-coordinator 

Please send resume, cover letter, and pro-life statement to Kathleen Wilber at careers@sbalist.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered.


President, Ruah Woods (Cincinnati, OH)

Posted: March 16, 2020

From the first encounter, you know Ruah Woods is on an urgent mission. We have a laser-like aim to spread Saint Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body to every Catholic School in the United States. We are focused and on fire with desire and determination. We are inspired by the Holy Spirit to strive for Christian values, to be self-gift, deeply knowledgeable about TOB and courageous in executing our mission. Does this resonate with you?

Join the Ruah Woods Team as President. The President’s charge will be to lead the organization in sharpening ministry vision and strategy, developing and executing goals and plans. Primary, will be evangelizing the message of Theology of the Body to Catholic Schools across the United States by enlisting them to implement ROOTED: K-12 Theology of the Body Curriculum in their schools. The principal vision is to establish a Theology of the Body Campus in every parish and school in the nation, and then, beyond. The President will serve as the public face of the ministry on a national level. Share your Gifts and Talents!

  • Graduate degree from the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family preferred, or similar Catholic institution that embraces the authentic teachings of the Church 
  • Practicing Catholic, with solid formation who embraces the Magisterium and the authentic teachings of Vatican II, and is highly motivated to evangelize the message of Theology of the Body.
  • Extensive knowledge of the Catholic Church as well as Catholic educational and catechetical systems / structures in USA and world.
  • Demonstrated depth of knowledge of the writings and anthropological vision of Pope St. John Paul II including, but not limited to, his Theology of the Body.
  • Extensive leadership experience (e.g., ministry, business, etc.), strategic thinker, excellent verbal, written communication skills, problem solver
  • Strong background in financial management aimed toward long-term growth. MBA desirable.
  • Entrepreneurial spirit, creative energy, passion for the mission of spreading JPII’s Theology of the Body, ability to cast vision and create a plan for future
  • Experience making sales presentations and closing transaction
  • Salary commensurate with position with full benefits program including health, dental, life, LTD, retirement plan, PTO, etc.

Send or email your resume to: 

Leslie Kuhlman, Executive Director
Ruah Woods, 6675 Wesselman Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45248
lesliekuhlman@ruahwoods.org


Director of Marriage and Family Ministry (Diocese of Cleveland)

Posted: February 28, 2020

The Director of Marriage and Family Ministry will serve as a member of the Secretariat of Parish Life and Development under the leadership and guidance of the Secretary. The director will work with ministry leaders who prepare couples for marriage, serve the families of the parishes, and assist all who serve in all areas of family life, from conception to death including bereavement support. The focus of this work is to cultivate and become a resource for beginning and sustaining strong marriages and for nurturing healthy families by fostering a culture of connection and discipleship between generations. This will be achieved by offering a variety of educational programs, events, services and resources that support evangelization efforts of the domestic church, i.e. marriage preparation, marriage enrichment, family spirituality, and parenting formation, as well as ministry to divorced Catholics and older adults.

Position Qualifications:

• A practicing Catholic in full communion with the Church who is committed to the teachings, values and traditions of the Catholic Church.
• In-depth familiarity with the Roman Catholic Church, its structure, teaching, beliefs and attitudes, with particular emphasis on the parish environment.
• Bachelor's degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or a related field is required with a preferred emphasis in marriage and family studies. Master's degree preferred.
• Minimum of three years of experience in ministry in a field related to marriage and family life.
• Thorough knowledge of Catholic teaching and relevant church documents pertaining to marriage, family, and evangelization.
• An awareness of the spiritual, social, and relational struggles facing couples and families today.
• Strong ability to lead, empower and accomplish goals through leadership teams.
• Being a creative thinker who will take initiative to develop new areas of outreach and programs/events.
• Ability to maintain confidential information.
• Excellent relational and interpersonal communication skills.
• Ability to work well with diverse groups, i.e. cultural groups, family structures, etc.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Fluency in both English and Spanish a plus.
• Availability and commitment to working weekdays, frequent evenings, and weekends.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office and database experience.

Major Responsibilities:

• Articulate a clear vision for Marriage and Family Ministry in the diocese and establish policies and practices for clergy and pastoral ministers.
• Accomplish ministry objectives by supervising staff, and organizing and monitoring work processes.
• Provide opportunities for the professional and theological growth of those involved in diocesan and parish-based marriage and family ministry including on-going education for clergy and laity, parish marriage and family life advocates, NFP instructors, etc.
• Provide models of support for newly married couples and appropriate referrals to couples and families with special needs.
• Assist in and/or implement diocesan-wide ministry events to supplement local ministry efforts (e.g. Annual Diocesan Men's and Women's Conferences, retreats, times of formation, annual Anniversary Mass, etc.)
• Promote and support the various independent marriage and family ministries of the diocese such as Engaged Encounter, Marriage Encounter, Retrouvaille and other recognized apostolates.
• Develop, support, and provide resources for variety of pastoral ministries and committees, including but not limited to Bereavement Ministry, Elderly Care, Divorced and Second Marriages.
• Work collaboratively with other departmental staff and diocesan personnel.
• Initiate, develop, and resource partnerships with community organizations that strengthen marriages and families.
• Participate in state, regional and national organizations related to family life.
• Develop and maintain annual budget.
• Perform other duties as needed.

For Consideration:

Please submit cover letter, resume, and contact information for three (3) professional references and completed Diocese of Cleveland Employment Application via email to jdamico@dioceseofcleveland.org. In the subject line please enter: "Director of Marriage and Family Ministries Materials."

Diocesan Employment Application can be found here.

Position will remain open until filled. Formal review process of all complete submitted materials to identify candidates for interview will begin on April 1, 2020. Anticipated start date for selected Director is July 1, 2020.


Program Coordinator, St. John Paul II Foundation (Houston, TX)

Posted: February 27, 2020

Description: The St. John Paul II Foundation is a national Catholic apostolate proclaiming the Good News about life and family through education and formation. We accomplish our mission through three hallmark initiatives - Together in Holiness, Converging Roads, and Shepherd's Heart. The Program Coordinator will provide administrative and project management support in the development, implementation, and expansion of the Together in Holiness Formation series, a dynamic and innovative marriage enrichment program complementing our Together in Holiness Conference series. The Formation series will deepen formation of couples in parishes, schools, and small groups. This project includes three major components: a forward-thinking video series; an intuitive web platform housing curriculum and resources; and a robust formation process for facilitator host couples. The Formation series will become the premier marriage enrichment program in the country.

Major Duties:
1. Collaborate with Program Director in the development and maintenance of the Together in Holiness Formation series web platform, video series, and accompanying print resources for small groups, schools, and parishes.
2. In partnership with Program Director, draft, edit, and curate copy content for program components, including website/app, guidebooks, promotional materials, and videos.
3. Work alongside the Program Director in the phased implementation of the Together in Holiness Formation series in dioceses, parishes, schools, and small groups.
4. Manage project timeline by working closely with project partners and vendors to ensure efficient and timely completion of all project outputs.
5. Facilitate beta-testing and piloting of the Together in Holiness Formation series in partnership with dioceses, parishes, couples, and individuals.
6. Plan, coordinate, and execute training and formation events, conferences, and networking opportunities.
7. Develop promotional and marketing materials for use by dioceses and parishes.
8. Maintain accurate records of all program participants, from diocesan and parish partners to individual groups and couples.
9. Provide troubleshooting and support to participating couples regarding the Together in Holiness Formation series.
10. Collaborate in the distribution and marketing plan in coordination with diocesan and parish partners, based in but not limited to existing conference model; coordinate implementation of marketing plan and distribution.
11. Work closely with conference planning staff and administrative coordinator to ensure consistency of all communications both internal and external.
12. Participate in staff meetings and other projects connected with the Foundation and perform other duties as assigned by the President and Program Director.

Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree (preferably in Leadership, Communications, Marketing, or Business Administration) and relevant experience in project management. The successful candidate will exhibit strong interpersonal and leadership skills, close attention to detail, and possess both the knowledge and experience necessary to manage large multifaceted projects. Knowledge of and familiarity with Catholic teaching on marriage and family is strongly preferred.

Strong Candidates will:
• Manifest a passion for the Church's teaching on marriage and family and for supporting young married couples in their vocation to holiness as spouses and parents.
• Practice excellent communication in both the spoken and written word.
• Evidence ability to work independently and to take initiative.
• Exhibit high level of professionalism in working with Church officials, staff, scholars and benefactors.
• Possess the ability to encourage, affirm, and support a diverse group of people.
• Exhibit a strong capacity for creative and confident problem solving.
• Have comfortability and familiarity with a variety of media platforms.
• Show flexibility and confidence working in new and diverse situations.

This position is located in the Greater Houston area. The ideal candidate will be in the area or willing to relocate. Some travel will be required for promotion of Formation series at conferences. Compensation is commensurate with education and experience.

Applicants are requested to submit a letter of interest and resume to joshua(at)forlifeandfamily.org. Only candidates selected for an interview will be notified.


Director of Development, St. Jerome Institute (Washington, DC)

Posted: February 27, 2020

The St. Jerome Institute is a private, independent high school that opened in the Fall of 2019. SJI’s distinctive approach is grounded in a Christ-centered, liberal arts curriculum that engages the classical tradition while also addressing contemporary educational concerns. Designed in a seminar format, the curriculum is a unified, four-year program of study that integrates subjects to provide more context, deeper understanding, and greater mastery than a typical lecture style.

At SJI we believe that education fundamentally involves the formation of the human person. Beneath every class, every lesson lies our great responsibility to more deeply engage the question of each student’s destiny and purpose. Children in our society have been underestimated – not merely in terms of what they can come to know or understand, but also in their capacity to love. At SJI, we give students from many communities the opportunity to strike out beyond the cynical, the tired, and the trite offerings so frequently designated to them, so that they may dare to gaze in wonder and awe at the great gift of the
world around them. A creative and strategic fundraising program will be key as we work to make this unique educational program accessible to as many different children as possible. Learn more about our program and apply for the Director of Development position at https://stjeromeinstitute.org/

Director of Development (full-time)

Reporting to and in partnership with the Headmaster (HM), the Development Director (Director) will
spearhead development efforts as the St. Jerome Institute.
Responsibilities
● Articulate and represent the vision, mission and culture of SJI.
● Develop and execute St. Jerome Institute’s annual fundraising plan.
● Participate in the development of and help to implement the school marketing plan.
● Cultivate a culture of giving in our expanding community.
● Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and other donors.
● Manage the implementation of our fundraising system along with data entry and gift processing.
● Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors and a sense of community with all
donors.
● Create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors.
● Oversee organization of development events and initiatives.
● Track gift commitments and actual gifts.
● Develop and track proposals and reports for all fundraising.
Qualifications
● BA (required), MA (a plus).
● Five-plus years experience in development.
● Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills.
● Knowledge of Raiser's Edge (or an analogous program).


Program Assistant for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth (USCCB, Washington,DC)

Posted: February 13, 2020

The Program Assistant assists Secretariat Staff with the development, preparation, and execution of LMFLY programs and campaigns including but not limited to National Marriage Week, World Youth Day, NDDI (Youth and Young Adult Diocesan Directors), NDDO (Family Life Diocesan Directors), NFP Awareness Week, NCYC. Serve and support the communication needs of the Secretariat: webinars, Facebook, manage and utilize email networks and mailing lists, perform general liaison tasks with the field of diocesan staff, and other individuals/groups Maintain and regularly update Secretariat database and SharePoint pages, and general records management.

Education/ Experience Requirements:
Undergraduate Degree Humanities, Liberal Arts with Communications, Theology/Religious studies preferable. Strong grasp of the Catholic Church and its beliefs, practices, and structures.

2-3 years of directly-related employment experience.

Proficiency with computer technology and applications: email, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access Basic knowledge of office procedures and protocol. Excellent organizational and time management skills Good verbal and written communication skills

For more information, please visit the USCCB website.


Coordinator of Mission Outreach, Ave Maria University (Ave Maria, FL)

Posted: January 27, 2020

The Coordinator of Mission Outreach (CMO) supports the Director of Mission Outreach by promoting the building of a genuine Catholic community on campus through a vibrant spiritual program, including retreats, prayer events, ministry events and fostering peer-to-peer ministry. Responsible for the scheduling and execution of the retreat program as well as a variety of other Mission Outreach events. CMO will assist with administrative support to both Mission Outreach and Campus Ministry as needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Collaborates with other internal University Offices, particularly Campus Ministry, Student Life, Residence Life and Athletics.
• Responsible for the successful management of the day to day operations, events, calendar scheduling, daily bulletin announcements, flyer notifications, and special requests from Mission Outreach.
• Implementation of student activities and ministries, including the growth and development of a peer ministry team.
• Retreat planning and development which includes outdoor retreats, silent retreats and co-ed retreats
• Perpetual Adoration - Arrange initiatives to get students signed up for perpetual adoration. This occurs twice per year.
• Vocation Fest - assisting in the planning, coordinating and organization.
• Attendance at events on campus. (ministry, student life and athletics related)
• Perform additional tasks as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Exceptional time management and organization skills
• Proficiency with MS Office
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to work independently, collaboratively, and under supervision.
• Willingness to serve, connect and build relationships with the students
• Must possess strong initiative, leadership skills, organizational and project management skills, with the ability to multitask to manage a variety of projects and priorities, coordinating the actions of others, follow through on projects to timely completion, and demonstrate excellent judgment with attention to detail.
• Must be able to work in a fast-paced, team-based environment handling sensitive and confidential matters.
• Must support the University's Catholic mission.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's Degree required. Youth Ministry, Parish experience or Evangelization experience preferred.

For additional details and to apply, please click here.


Catholic Campus Minister, College of Charleston (Charleston, SC)

Posted: January 27, 2020

Help university students, faculty, and staff to: grow in their knowledge of the faith, develop a passion for the spread of the Gospel, participate in social service projects, engage with one another in hospitable campus ministry setting, and be a Catholic presence on the campus. These functions grow out of the USCCB guiding document for campus ministry, Empowered by the Spirit.

Requirements:

Practicing Catholic with pastoral experience

Bachelor's degree in Ministry, Theology, or Catechesis: Master's degree preferred, particularly in Ministry

Demonstrated experience working in the fields of higher ed. and/or education, formation, ministry of young adults

Excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills

Proficient with social media, email, and Microsoft Office

Management, training, and budgeting experience preferred

Instructions to Apply:

Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, please send cover letter, resume, and pay requirements to apply@charlestondiocese.org


Coordinator, Respect Life (Archdiocese of Baltimore)

Posted: January 27, 2020

Every human person is created out of love by God, made in His image and likeness, and is destined to live forever. Out of awareness of the profound reverence due to every person and a great desire to draw each one closer to Christ, the Respect Life office provides support to build and promote a culture of life and advocate for the most vulnerable. If this is your calling, come join our team as the Coordinator of Outreach and Education.

In this critical role, you will organize digital and other outreach to parishes and local communities. You will be of direct service, as you support and train existing parish Respect Life Coordinators and recruit Respect Life Coordinators in other parish communities.You'll also have responsibility to organize and promote events within the four pillars of the Pastoral Plan for Pro-life Activities: prayer, education, policy, and pastoral care.

Other duties will include:

****Creating and executing education/formation campaigns on respect life issues for parishes and the broader community
****Managing Respect Life websites and social media
****Drafting Respect Life & Project Rachel e-newsletters.
****Working with Coordinator of Pastoral Care to create opportunities for education and service

To be considered 'best qualified', candidates should possess the following qualifications,

****Undergraduate Degree with communications and ministry background helpful but not required. Must have knowledge of theology and Catholic social teaching.

****2-3 years prior administrative experience; prior involvement in education, advocacy, or programs focusing on life issues; familiarity with the structure and major programs of the Catholic Church
****Ability to thoughtfully and faithfully address sensitive issues like abortion, miscarriage, post-abortion healing, grief, physician-assisted suicide, euthanasia, etc.

Send applications or inquiries to: johanna.coughlin@archbalt.org


Assistant Director, Center for Student Diversity, Mount St. Mary's University (Emmitsburg, MD)

Posted: January 27, 2020

The Assistant Director of the Center for Student Diversity at Mount St. Mary's University is a crucial resource for the development of students of color and other underrepresented populations on campus. The Assistant Director shares the responsibilities for the daily operation of the Center for Student Diversity while providing leadership, mentorship, advisement, and programming for students.  This individual provides support and guidance to ensure academic and social success while promoting cultural pluralism and dialogue on matters of intercultural development for the entire campus community.  The Assistant Director works to support the initiatives created by the Director of Center for Student Diversity and the diversity goals created by University leadership.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Some of the major responsibilities include:

1. Create diversity programming that builds students’ awareness and enhance their cultural competence.
2. Establish programs and services to promote the success of students of color, gender and sexual minorities, women, first generation, and other underrepresented populations on campus.
3. Advise the PEACE Leaders, the Center’s diversity peer educator program.
o Develop curriculum for the program; incorporate historical insight and theoretical insight on the development of racial, spiritual, sexual, and social identity.
o Provide guidance to leaders on creating innovative and engaging cultural programs
o Train leaders on facilitation, event programming, and marketing
o Create learning objectives, measurable learning outcomes, and produce evaluations to measure said outcomes.
o Collaborate with other campus entities to strengthen PEACE’s role and presence on campus.
o Assist with the professional development of student leaders by staying abreast of contemporary matters that impact the lives of marginalized people, i.e. attending conferences, current research findings, reading contemporary articles, and participating in diverse experiences on- and off-campus.
o Create academic and social requirements for leaders. Firmly adhering to the GPA protocol and student code of conduct.
4. Serve as a supplement advisor for the Center’s 7 cultural affinity groups/student organizations. Work with their primary faculty advisor to ensure protocol is being followed.
o Black Student Union
o Asian Culture Club
o Student Organization of Latinos
o Allies
o African Students Association
o Caribbean Culture Club
o VOICE (Visionaries Of Inclusive Cultural Experiences)
5. Facilitate student leadership development.
o Includes selecting training (retreat/roundtables etc.),
o Collaboration with other campus offices including, but not limited to Residence Life, Athletics, Campus Activities, Orientation, and Campus Ministry for facilitation.
6. Assume responsibility for other special projects as assigned by the Director

For additional details, please click here.


Director of Formation, Seton Teaching Fellows (New York, NY)

Seton Education Partners seeks a mission-driven, results-oriented individual to be the Director of Formation of the Seton Teaching Fellows program. We are looking for a resourceful, organized and highly efficient team member who will report to the Chief of Programs.

About the Position
Reporting to Chief of Programs the Director of Formation’s primary responsibility is to oversee the holistic development of the Seton Teaching Fellows (STFs or Fellows). The Director of Formation upholds the mission of the Church to evangelize and bring others to Christ. Critical to this position is the ability to incorporate new approaches to Christian formation in order to form disciples (our STFs) who, in turn, form younger disciples (our El Camino students). The Seton Teaching Fellows program is first and foremost a missionary program bringing Christ and His gospel to young children.

The work of a Fellow extends beyond that of a merely professional role. The STF program aims to nourish and support all aspects and needs of our Fellows during their year of service, and places great importance on their spiritual development and formation. The Director of Formation facilitates weekly formation sessions and seasonal retreats, holds Fellows accountable to one another, and supports a healthy home culture grounded in prayer and fellowship. The Director of Formation works closely with the Leadership team to guiding the spiritual and emotional growth of each Fellow, supporting in a differentiated way their specific needs.

Main Responsibilities

  • Organize high-quality retreats, grounded in prayer and the sacraments
  • Direct summer onboarding for new STFs
  • Facilitate weekly formation meetings
  • Coach and support Fellows to develop norms, routines and appropriate expectations around community living (community prayer, house chores, cooking, finances, etc.)
  • Mediate and mitigate conflict, creating the space and structure to resolve issues between Fellows
  • Manage STF alumni engagement
  • Help develop and sustain close working relationships with local parishes
  • Qualifications and Desired Characteristics
  • Candidates for the position must possess the following personal characteristics:
  • Unquestioned integrity and commitment to Seton’s mission and values
  • Personal responsibility with humility
  • A relentless drive for excellence
  • A strong belief that all children can achieve both moral and academic excellence
  • An unwavering determination to be better today than you were yesterday
  • The ideal candidate will bring experience, skills, and beliefs in the following areas:
  • Living as a faith-filled and practicing Catholic, who understands and honors the teachings of the Catholic Church and is passionate about sharing the Catholic faith
  • Proven track record of leading, managing, and coaching
  • Demonstrated ability to quickly build productive and meaningful relationships with multiple stakeholders including program, school and network based staff, families, and community members
  • Proven ability to effectively support, collaborate, and partner with a variety of personalities and working styles and an openness and generosity of spirit in navigating differences
  • Project management expertise and the ability to drive efficiency and excellence in all aspects of work alongside and/or through others
  • Optimistic self-starter with the ability to prioritize competing goals, exhibit flexibility, grace and sound judgment along with productive urgency in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
  • Strong strategic thinking, analytical and creative problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and a keen attention to detail
  • 3+ years experience in adult formation and community management
  • 3+ years experience in relational ministry
  • Advanced degree in theology or ministry

Fore more information, please visit our website.


Program Director of Campus and Young Adult Ministry, Archdiocese of Washington, DC

Posted: January 17, 2020

The mission of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is to spread the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. In the faithful pursuit of this mission, the archdiocese is seeking a Program Director of Campus and Young Adult Ministry. This position will be responsible for all parish and regional young adult outreach as well as campus ministry vitality throughout the Archdiocese of Washington. The Program Director will mentor and consult with parish and regional ministries, direct large archdiocese events (retreats, leadership formation, volunteer training, 7 church walk) and develop programming through collaboration with local religious communities, volunteers and other offices within PMSC.
Duties & Responsibilities

• Conduct all parish and regional young adult outreach as well as campus ministry vitality.
• Mentor and consult with parish and regional ministries.
• Direct large Archdiocesan events (retreats, leadership formation, volunteer training, 7 church walk)
• Develop programming through collaboration with local religious communities, volunteers as well as other offices within PMSC.
• Mentor campus ministry staff to ensure ministry growth as well as compliance with ADW policies with all six college ministries to include pastoral ministry, human resources, IT, Safe Environment, Finance and Development.
• Manage ongoing communication and data management across all platforms with college campus ministries and Archdiocesan and regional Young Adult ministries.
• Work closely with the Office of Cultural Diversity to expand and promote best practices for multicultural campus and young adult ministry including working with existing Hispanic ministry programming and leadership to implement the Encuentro process in the ADW,
• Supervise two part-time staff (Young Adult Social Media Coordinator and Coordinator of DC Theology on Tap)
• Informally supervise and mentor all lay campus ministry staff including onboarding of new staff members and implementing the recommendations of the Campus Ministry Task Force.
• Work with local Community Colleges in their development of Campus Ministry.

For more information or to apply, please click here.


Associate Director of Evangelization and Catechesis, Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau, MO 

Posted: January 17, 2020

The Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau seeks qualified applicants to fill a permanent, full-time associate director position working as the Associate Director of Evangelization and Catechesis. Applicant must be a practicing Roman Catholic. It is preferred that qualified individuals have a Master's Degree in Pastoral Ministry, Theology, or Religious Education/Catechesis. A Bachelor's degree or another appropriate degree will be considered. Applicants should also have work experience at the parish or diocesan level. Applications will be accepted through February 14, 2020. To request an application packet, please contact Janet Smith at The Catholic Center by emailing jansmith@dioscg.org, or calling (417) 866-0841.


Assistant Professor of Theology, Aquinas College (Grand Rapids, MI)

Posted: December 16, 2019

The department of Theology at Aquinas College invites applicants for an Assistant Professor of Theology. This is a full time, nine month, tenure track position starting in August 2020. Opportunities for summer teaching are also available. The Assistant Professor will work under the direction of the Theology Chair and the Provost.

Aquinas is seeking a collegial Roman Catholic systematic theologian whose interest or experience includes pastoral and historical theology. The candidate must have a Ph.D. (or equivalent terminal degree) in hand by August 2020 and be willing to receive a mandatum from the local ordinary. Preferred candidates will demonstrate excellence in teaching undergraduate students. Experience developing and teaching online courses is a plus.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Teaching - The Assistant Professor will be responsible for teaching 24 credit hours per year. A summer contract may be available for teaching additional courses if desired. Developing and maintaining competence with web assisted teaching technology is also required.

Student Advisement & Recruitment - Aquinas Professors are responsible for advising students and assisting with recruitment of qualified students.

Scholarship - The successful candidate will develop and maintain a program of scholarship in area of expertise. Candidates are encouraged to engage students in research.

Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

- Minimum requirements include a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree in Roman Catholic systematic theology. Must be completed by August 2020
- Experience in higher education teaching is preferred
- Candidate must be willing to receive a mandatum from the local ordinary

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

As an inclusive education community that embraces its namesake's integration of faith and reason, Aquinas College esteems the Dominican philosophy of education rooted in the pillars of prayer, study, community, and service. Candidates must be willing to support the mission and charisms of Aquinas College.

To apply please submit the following:
1. Cover Letter
2. Statement on teaching philosophy and research interests
3. Curriculum vitae
4. At least three professional references
5. Statement reflecting your potential contribution to the Aquinas College mission and pillars. Be sure to include your reflections on the words "inclusive" and "Catholic Dominican tradition".
6. Sampling of course evaluations (if available)

Applications will be accepted until February 3, 2020. Send applications or inquiries to: hr@aquinas.edu


Various Positions, Valor Public Schools (Austin, TX)

Posted: December 16, 2019

Valor Public Schools operates K-12 classical charter schools, educating the whole person for authentic freedom and a full human life. Valor’s educational vision is grounded in the classical tradition, which identifies wisdom and virtue as the ultimate goals of education. We believe that every student has a desire for knowledge and a capacity for excellence. In all facets of school life, we inspire students to seek what is true, good, and beautiful, cultivating their natural sense of wonder. Valor also draws upon the best of contemporary educational practices that complement its classical vision. 

Valor students will read and discuss the Great Books, take advanced math and science courses (STEM), study Latin, engage in community service, explore the fine arts, and have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular clubs and competitive athletics. In the classroom, an emphasis is placed on Socratic, inquiry-based teaching approaches. In addition to rigorous academics, Valor is committed to building a transformative school culture filled with joy, respect, and deep engagement. Valor’s teachers and school leaders inspire students to pursue excellence in all areas of their lives and reach their fullest potential.

Valor Hiring Profile
•       Mission & vision alignment
•       Subject matter expertise
•       Strength of character
•       Love of learning
•       Commitment to professional growth
•       Humility & receptivity to coaching
•       Practical wisdom
•       Aptitude/fit for working with students
•       Classroom leadership capacity
•       Commitment to collaboration and team unity
•       Strong work ethic and an enthusiastic, positive attitude

Job Openings

To apply for any of the openings below, go to www.valorpublicschools.org/careers.  

6–12 Assistant Head of School
The 6-12 Assistant Head will work under the Head of School to assist in managing various aspects of the upper school program, including curriculum, instructional coaching, student culture and discipline, and parent communication. The Assistant Head will ensure that all aspects of Valor's middle and high school program reflect the school’s classical vision and educational philosophy, with its commitment to cultivating wisdom and virtue. In addition to these administrative responsibilities, the Assistant Head will also have part time teaching duties at the middle or high school level.

Start Date:        June 1, 2020

K-5 Assistant Head of School
The K–5 Assistant Head will work under the Head of School to assist in implementing and managing all aspects of the school program, including curriculum, instruction, student culture and discipline, and parent communication.  The K–5 Assistant Head will help to ensure that all aspects of the program reflect the school’s classical vision and educational philosophy, with its commitment to cultivating wisdom and virtue. 

Start Date:        January-February 2020

K-5 Homeroom/Core Subject Teacher
K-5 Homeroom teachers will be responsible for providing high quality, mission-aligned instruction in the core subject areas.  Key skills include careful planning, clear communication, practical wisdom, classroom leadership, strong organization, and the ability to establish a classroom environment characterized by joy, respect, order, wonder, and deep engagement.

Start Date:        July 27, 2020

6-10th Grade Teachers (Language Arts, Math, History, Science, Latin, PE, Art)
6-10th grade Teachers will be responsible for providing high quality, mission-aligned instruction in the core subject areas.  Key skills include careful planning, clear communication, practical wisdom, classroom leadership, strong organization, and the ability to establish a classroom environment characterized by joy, respect, order, wonder, and deep engagement.

Start Date:        July 27, 2020

K-5 Specialty Teacher (Art, Music, PE, Spanish)
K-5 Specialty Teachers will be responsible for providing high quality, mission-aligned instruction in their particular subject area.  Key skills include careful planning, clear communication, practical wisdom, classroom leadership, strong organization, and the ability to establish a classroom environment characterized by joy, respect, order, wonder, and deep engagement.
Teachers will embody and promote Valor’s classical educational vision, with its primary emphasis on helping students to grow in wisdom and virtue.

Start Date:        July 27, 2020

The Communications & Giving Coordinator
•       Leads the Invest in the Vision campaign, the school's annual parent giving campaign
•       Employs a variety of approaches to develop a strong culture of giving among the parent community
•       Collaborates with school leadership in the development of a strong annual fundraising plan
•       Serves as key contact with parents for fundraising/family giving
•       Enthusiastically supports and champions the school's mission within the community
•       Coordinates external communication for the school
•       Drafts and edits communications with school leadership
•       Manages school social media accounts
•       Ensures that all school communications reflect Valor's mission and vision
•       Ensures regular, timely, and meaningful communication with parents
•       This position will be 1/2 to full time depending on qualifications and the school's needs.

Start Date:        January-February 2020

After-School Program Teacher
After-School Program Teachers at Valor Public Schools are responsible for providing supervision, tutoring, and enrichment activities for K-8 students in the After-School Program. The After-School Program Teacher position is a part-time hourly role.

Qualifications:
•       Some college credit preferred
•       Ability to work on campus 2-5 days Monday-Friday from 3:00 - 6:15pm
•       Experience working with children in an educational setting preferred
•       High character and commitment to helping students grow in character
•       Strong communication skills

Start Date:        August 17, 2020

School Nurse
The School Nurse is responsible for the following:
•       Ensures school compliance with all health-related protocols and guidelines
•       Assesses health needs of students at school and provides care and first-aid to students as needed
•       Coordinates and records all required screening processes
•       Assists in the development of health-related 504 plans as needed
•       Provides medical-related orientation and procedures to school staff as needed
•       Maintains protocols regarding blood-borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials
•       Maintains and updates all immunization documentation and other student medical records
•       Communicates in a timely, professional, and effective manner with parents regarding all health matters
•       Develops and maintains all health related procedures for school in compliance with state guidelines
Key skills and attributes for the Nurse include:
•       Certification as a CNA or LVN required; RN is preferred
•       Desire to work with children in a school environment

Start Date:        July 2020

If you have any questions, please contact Conor Hill, Ph.D. at chill@valorpublicschools.org or 512.677.4275


Assistant University Counselor, Mount St. Mary's University (Emmitsburg, MD)

Posted: December 9, 2019

The Assistant University Counselor is a full time, 10-month position and reports to the Director of Counseling Services. The position assists in the fulfillment of the mission of the university to provide undergraduate students with general counseling, education and intervention in the areas of mental health and substance abuse.

Major Administrative Tasks
The ideal candidate will:

  • Accurately document and maintain confidential records based upon state and federal requirements.
  • Assist Director of Counseling in revising forms and documentation as needed.
  • Evaluate key issues and interventions used by Counseling Services through the use of questionnaires and surveys.
  • Develop and implement prevention strategies on campus.
  • Facilitate professional relationships with on-campus and off-campus referral sources and resources.
  • Create and conduct programming aimed at increasing education and decreasing stigma about mental health and substance abuse topics through coordination with other on-campus departments.
  • Assist in updating and strengthening information and resources on the Counseling Services website.
  • Assist in review, editing and implementation of university protocols in conjunction with other on-campus departments.
  • Advertise services offered through Counseling Services through the use of fliers, presentations and electronic media.
  • Attend weekly clinical supervision meeting with the Director of Counseling Services.

Major Clinical Tasks
The ideal candidate will:

  • Provide individual counseling to undergraduate students in areas of mental health and substance abuse. This will include managing an individual counseling caseload, meeting with walk-in appointments during business hours, and maintain statistics of all clinical activity.
  • Conduct counseling for mandated students in the area of alcohol and other drugs.
  • Develop and implement group therapy in clinical areas needed for students.
  • Assist in the transition of students who return to the university after outpatient/inpatient treatment.
  • Engage in weekend and overnight on-call rotation with the Director of Counseling, providing consultation to Residence Life and Public Safety offices.

For additional details and to apply, please click here.


Associate Director of Youth and Young Adult Parish Support (Diocese of Richmond)

Posted: November 26, 2019

The Diocese of Richmond is seeking an Associate Director for Youth and Young Adult Parish Support.  This position exists under the leadership of the Director of the Office for Evangelization, to support the clergy and paid/volunteer lay leadership of nearly 150 parishes/missions and 29 Catholic Schools in furthering their evangelization efforts to middle and high school youth (grades 6 to 12) and non-college young adults (aged 18 to 29).  This support is achieved through a clear understanding of the Church’s evangelistic mission and promoting it in the interactions with and development of parish youth and young adult ministries and its leadership.
The Office for Evangelization exists to further evangelization efforts across the diocese with a particular emphasis on Saint Pope John Paul II’s vision for the New Evangelization and Pope Francis’s vision for missionary discipleship.  The Office seeks to spearhead a radically new culture, aware of the signs of the times, in our parishes, schools, and college campus ministry programs that place a high priority on forming and sending missionary disciples into an increasing secularized society to be ambassadors of the Gospel message with new ardor, expression, and methods.
Qualifications: Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with thorough knowledge of Church teachings and theology with the ability to relate that knowledge to various audiences. Master’s degree or willingness to work toward a Master’s degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or related field is required. Must possess the ability to articulate a clear ministry vision and set appropriate milestones to accomplishing the vision, along with fluency in relevant church documents pertaining to youth and young adult ministry and evangelization.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and completed Diocesan Application to Catherine Carney, HR Manager/Recruiter, at jobs@richmonddiocese.org.


Associate Director for Life, Center for Marriage, Family and Life (Diocese of Richmond)

Posted: November 26, 2019

The Diocese of Richmond is seeking an Associate Director for Life, under the leadership of the Executive Director of the Center for Marriage, Family, and Life, to develop and implement relevant respect life programs, events, and resources to support nearly 150 parishes/missions and 29 Catholic Schools by serving as a catalyst and mentor to regional, parish, and grassroots pro-life ministry and efforts with an emphasis on pro-life efforts, post-abortion healing, and supporting persons with disabilities.
Qualifications:  Master’s degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or a related field is required.  Minimum of three years of prior professional experience in ministry is required, preferably in an area of Marriage, and/or Family and/or Respect Life Ministry.  Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing.
• Ability to articulate a clear ministry vision and set appropriate milestones to accomplishing the vision
• Thorough knowledge of Church teachings and theology with the ability to relate that knowledge to various audiences
• Fluent in relevant church documents pertaining to marriage, family, and evangelization
• Knowledge of Catholic Church tenants on marriage and family and ability to develop and implement programs to support various communities
• Demonstrates sensitivity to the population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.
• Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, and problem-solving skills
• Ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment and meet deadlines
• Interpersonal skills in communication, collaboration, and group process
• Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks in an office setting and at events
• Self-motivated, works easily alone or with others
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
• Regular night and weekend hours may be required, especially for diocesan programs and requires travel.
Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and diocesan application to jobs@richmonddiocese.org.


Associate Director for Marriage and Family, Center for Marriage, Family and Life (Diocese of Richmond)

Posted: November 26, 2019

The Diocese of Richmond is seeking an Associate Director for Marriage and Family, under the leadership of the Executive Director of the Center for Marriage, Family, and Life, to develop and implement relevant marriage and family programs, events, and resources to support nearly 150 parishes/missions, 30 college campus ministry programs, and 29 Catholic Schools in furthering their evangelization efforts, particularly to further the domestic church.
Qualifications:  Master’s degree in Th