Job Postings

Director of Catholic Education, Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Posted: June 9, 2021

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a dynamic, apostolic, innovative, highly motivated leader for the position of Director of Catholic Education who will serve as Superintendent of Catholic Schools. The director will serve as the educational leader for archdiocesan schools, driving the design, implementation and evaluation of the educational program, and providing Catholic faith formation for students. Master's degree in education/administration required (doctorate preferred); practicing Catholic in good standing; demonstrate administrative leadership experience; possess excellent oral, written and presentation skills; and possess a proven ability to interact effectively with stakeholders, staff, parents and students. Specific experience in a complex, nonprofit, multiunit organization with a service orientation a plus. Submit resume/C.V. and a letter of introduction to nlargent@archokc.org.

More details are available here.


Director of Children’s Evangelization and Discipleship, Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Posted: June 9, 2021

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a director of Children’s Evangelization and Discipleship who is a visionary with a contagious spirit and advances the needs of children and their families through programs and opportunities centered on Christ and the teachings of the Church, supporting the New Evangelization in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. This position is responsible for all aspects of parish catechesis and sacramental preparation, supporting parish catechetical programs offered throughout the archdiocese, including but not limited to Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, family-based catechesis, and traditional models of religious education. Responsibilities will include ensuring that offerings are in keeping with the teachings and mission of the Catholic Church, with a particular emphasis on missionary discipleship. The director will work in conjunction the Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis to assure that all parish catechetical efforts, sacramental preparation and other ministry offerings for children and their families are actively engaged in preaching and teaching the Word of the Lord and drawing those served into a deeper relationship with Christ. The successful candidate will be a Catholic in good standing, possess a bachelor’s degree, and be able to travel extensively throughout the archdiocese. Bilingual in Spanish is required. Submit resume to mmills@archokc.org.

 


Parish Renewal Specialist, Archdiocese of Baltimore

Posted: June 4, 2021

As the Parish Renewal Specialist, you will support the work of the Office of Parish Renewal to implement a holistic, team-based model of parish accompaniment that will strengthen ordained and lay leadership capacity and formation for disciple-making.  You will also be responsible for coordinating and collaborating with the Archbishop and regional vicars to assist them in carrying out the local implementation of the Archdiocesan model at the pastorate level. You will work with assigned parishes and/or within a specified geographic area but will also be expected to support Archdiocesan-wide efforts, as needed.

  • Establish and build relationships with pastors, staff, and lay leadership in designated pastorates.
  • Facilitate the formation of pastors, staff, and parishioners around the Biblical and magisterial foundation of, and contemporary approach to, parish renewal concepts and techniques.
  • Provide coaching and other support for discussions and activities that support broad, inclusive participation and effective decision-making.
  • Maintain good communications and collaboration with those offices and/or designated staff who are the most integrally involved in supporting parish renewal, including the Office of Hispanic Ministry, Office of Black Catholic Ministry, Department of Human Resources, Office of Fiscal Services, Development Department, Department of Schools, and Office of Facilities and Real Estate Management,
  • Work with the pastorate leadership to develop a pastorate strategic plan that is mission-focused, evangelization-based, and data-informed, as appropriate.
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Practicing Roman Catholic committed to the mission of the church and able to participate in all the sacraments therein,
  • College Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in church ministry, theology, social sciences, business administration, or pastoral/community planning
  • At least two years of parish experience. Experience in a Catholic school or other church agency is helpful, but does not replace parish experience; AND/OR Five or more years work experience related to the establishment of complex strategic or tactical plans in a religious or human services environment, or comparable setting.
  • Familiarity with Archdiocesan administrative structures and the mission of the Catholic Church.
  • Demonstrated and thorough knowledge of group process, team formation process, conflict resolution methods, decision-making methods, and group process tools typical of an established facilitator.
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Previous experience in coaching, leadership development, and/or organizational management is preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Programs, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Fluency in Spanish is a plus.

To apply, please click here.


Curriculum Writer, Ruah Woods

Posted: June 3, 2021

This part-time contract position will provide supplemental lessons for the middle and high school level. Lessons will focus on God's plan for human life to address current cultural issues. Applicants educated in Theology of the Body are encouraged to apply.

For more information contact Dr. Denise Donohue at: denisedonohue6@gmail.com


Full-Time Assistant Campus Minister, University of Delaware (Newark, DE)

Posted: June 1, 2021

The Saint Thomas More Oratory, dedicated to serving Catholic students of the University of Delaware, is seeking a full-time Assistant Campus Minister to help foster, deepen, and enrich the faith lives of the members of the St. Thomas More community. The Assistant Campus Minister will serve as a primary person in outreach to the university community, particularly by (a) strengthening and promoting the Catholic identity of the Oratory, (b) serving the intellectual and spiritual faith formation of the community through catechesis and theological programming, and (c) drawing students at the University to discipleship through evangelization.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Establish a regular presence among University students and, through building up relationships with them, invite them into the liturgical, devotional, and intellectual life of faith at the Oratory
  • Plan, organize, and lead faith development programing, e.g., Bible studies, Rosary groups, Eucharistic adoration, service opportunities, pro-life outreach and events, etc.
  • Assist in Retreat design and planning
  • Attend weekly Campus Ministry staff meetings
  • Attend professional development opportunities, such as theological reflection sessions and campus ministry training

Required Qualifications

  • Faithful Catholic in good standing
  • Regular prayer life
  • B.A. minimum in theology, philosophy, or related discipline
  • Experience in campus ministry leadership and volunteer community service
  • Willingness to engage students outside the Oratory community in conversation and to invite others to discipleship
  • Strong organization skills, a willingness to take initiative, and a collaborative attitude
  • Experience in evangelization work on college campuses (e.g., FOCUS missionaries) or in a high school or parish setting (e.g., NET Ministries) a plus
  • Strong public speaking skills
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with the use of communications media

Start date is August 1. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Fr. Tim McIntire at tmcintire@udcatholic.org


Full-Time History & Geography Instructor, Donnelly College  (Kansas City, KS)

Posted: May 27, 2021

The full-time faculty member is responsible for teaching fifteen credit hours a semester in the areas of History and Geography. Other duties involve serving on committees, participation in scholarly activities, being actively involved in curriculum planning, participating in College functions and representing Donnelly College as a full-time faculty member. Must be able to pass a background check and complete Virtus training.

Responsibilities

  • Teach five face to face courses per semester – (may include night/weekend course and teaching in Lansing Correctional Facilities)
  • Integrate workplace professional skillsets into the classroom environment (i.e., prompt and regular attendance, initiative to seek clarification, timely submission of work, use of technology in work completion, etc.).
  • Inform students of student learning outcomes, class procedures and grading policies at the beginning of each semester.
  • Motivate students to perform at their highest level by maintaining an atmosphere of dignity and cordiality conducive to learning in the classroom.
  • Provide prompt feedback on student assignments and evaluate student performance fairly and consistently.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of student information.
  • Manage course content and keep an updated gradebook in our LMS (Canvas).
  • Submit mid-term and final grades through Empower by established deadlines.
  • Schedule at least five office hours per week
  • Attendance at council, community, and department meetings.
  • Participate in at least one committee, with possible service on two.
  • Promote and participate in Liberal Arts & Sciences and Academic Council activities (publication of an arts & literary journal, common-read events, assessment, department meetings, division meetings, faculty senate meetings)
  • Attendance at campus-wide events such as convocation in the Fall and commencement in the Spring (all events listed in contract)
  • Regular and timely communication within Academic Affairs regarding mid-term and final grades, updated syllabi, assessment data, and daily attendance kept on Canvas/Empower.
  • Abide by all relevant college and/or department procedures and policies.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in History, or Master’s with 18 graduate credit hours in the discipline; Ph.D. preferred.
  • Ability to teach and mentor college students from culturally, linguistically, and ethnically diverse backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of instructional strategies and techniques.
  • Willing to develop innovative teaching strategies.
  • Ability to integrate technology into the teaching and learning process.
  • Amenable to offering cross disciplinary courses.
  • Capability of maintaining academic rigor in both developmental and advanced courses.
  • Skilled in the use of computers, Internet resources, and MS Office software.
  • Commitment to a collaborative working environment.
  • Philosophically aligned with the mission and values of the College to engage and support our Catholic identity, practicing Roman Catholic preferred.

For fullest consideration, interested applicants are encouraged to submit their application materials prior to June 14, 2021.  For more details and information about how to apply, please click here.


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

Posted: May 21, 2021

The Director reports to the Dean of Students and is a crucial resource for the development of students of color and other underrepresented populations on campus. The name “Student Diversity” places a focus on dialogue among peoples of diverse backgrounds. It implies not only event programming, but also a commitment to actively enhancing diversity and intercultural understanding among the entire University community. The Director is responsible for the daily operations of the Center for Student Diversity.

General Responsibilities

  • Develop and promote co-curricular initiatives and programs to enhance racial and cultural understanding.
  • Promote the integration and participation of students of color and other underrepresented populations into campus life.
  • Establish programs and services to recruit, assist, retain, empower and promote the success of students of color and other underrepresented populations on campus.
  • Collaborate with the Office of Admissions, the faculty, and the greater campus community to enhance development opportunities and to respond to recruitment and retention issues for students of color and other underrepresented populations.
  • Facilitate activities, programs, and campus-wide dialogue to promote an appreciation of diversity.
  • Oversee an assistant director as well as student assistants.
  • Build partnerships with the local community to enhance the appreciation of diversity.
  • Prepare, present and oversee annual budgets related to the office.
  • Maintain and conduct adequate and accurate assessments of office productivity and effectiveness.
  • Develop appropriate communication to keep students informed of scholarship, internship or other educational opportunities.
  • Create, implement and evaluate marketing plans for the office.
  • Enhance educational initiatives and cross-cultural training during New Student Orientation, Student Government Training and Resident Assistant training, etc.
  • Maintain accurate records of students, staff, administrators and faculty participating in Diversity initiatives and programs.
  • Serve on various campus committees and councils to represent the interest of the Division of Student Affairs.
  • Respond to individual student and campus crises.
  • Assume responsibility for other special projects as assigned by the Dean of Students or his/her designee.

For more details and to apply, please click here.


Director of Mission Services, OSF Healthcare Saint Anthony Medical Center (Evergreen Park, IL or Peoria, IL)

Posted: May 20, 2021

The Director of Mission Services is responsible for directing OSF’s internal Mission program, extending it to the units within the organization by development of competencies of leaders, and extending the spirit of the Mission outward to the communities in which the Medical Center serves. Responsible for implementing Mission Integration curriculum, programs, resources and leader consultation that support our services and Mission Partners. Supports Mission Services initiatives and standard work that promotes the Mission, Vision and Values of OSF HealthCare and the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis. The goals of Mission Services are that staff understand, support, and share in the Mission of OSF HealthCare and develop a positive affinity with OSF, expressed in their daily interactions with each other and with those who rely on OSF. Assists in integrating the OSF Mission, Vision and Values in decisions and practices including planning, policies, patient experience, pastoral care, organizational development and community health. Serves local operating unit, with standard work across Region and Ministry.

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Directs the Mission Integration Program, including implementation and completion of the annual Mission Integration Program for all Medical Center employees. Interacts with other Mission Integration leaders within OSF HealthCare for annual program development. Responsible for internal Mission Integration committees in the Medical Center and will support the Mission related activities of other local OSF entities. Responsible for ongoing Mission activities across OSF in collaboration with other OSF operating units, and supervises staff relative to such activities.
  • Serves as OSF Mission Leader for OSF Medical Centers and supports Regional and Ministry wide Mission Services standard work at the discretion and directive of the Senior Vice President of Mission Services.
  • Educates, develops, and retains Medical Center employees as it relates to OSF’s mission. Serves as a resource for Medical Center through in-services, leadership collaboration, and department or unit education, including specific interaction as necessary with unit managers to facilitate Mission Integration and Mission related support in a culture of mutual respect and with creativity. Maintains availability for orientation for new employees and their support employee retention efforts, for new leader education, as well as ongoing Mission, Vision and Values development.
  • Brings particular concern and advocacy for those who are marginalized in social life and vulnerable to discrimination: the poor; the uninsured and underinsured; children and the unborn; single parents; the elderly; those with incurable diseases and chemical dependencies; racial minorities; immigrants and refugees; persons with mental or physical disabilities. Will be available for Community Benefit and Community Care support, at discretion of leadership.
  • Participates in a wide range of committees, task forces, or team meetings as resource to ensure sound policies and practices are in accord with the Mission of OSF, at and with the discretion of their leadership.
  • Collaborates with Ethics Leadership at the Medical Center and in the Region regarding Mission related support of clinical and organizational matters, dilemmas and issues. Supports Medical Center’s Ethical discernment and participates in Ethics Committee activities, as needed.
  • Preserves and develops Mission, Values, identity and integrity of the Medical Center as a part of the OSF HealthCare and the Catholic healthcare ministry. Will serve OSF’s Ministry Development Program, Three Pillars, Ministry Leader Formation Program, Leadership by Mission, and other activities as determined.
  • Develops and maintains a positive working relationship with department and Medical Center personnel, all OSF Develops and maintains a positive working relationship with department and Medical Center personnel, all OSF Mission Partners in the area and beyond anMission Partners in the area and beyond and with outside agencies, with particular focus on particular Ecclesial d with outside agencies, with particular focus on particular Ecclesial initiatives and projects assiginitiatives and projects assigned by leadership. ned by leadership.
  • Supports OSF upports OSF local entity local entity leadership duties leadership duties actively, includingactively, including but not limited to: but not limited to: regular leadership and staff regular leadership and staff meetings, as determined by leadership, meetings, as determined by leadership, project team leadership, quality and safety initiatives, community support project team leadership, quality and safety initiatives, community support initiatives and routine meetings as required. Call coverage as determined. initiatives and routine meetings as required. Call coverage as determined.
  • Maintains reporting relationship for Pastoral Care Leadership/ Chaplain, Clinical Pastoral Care, Patient Experience or other areas as determined; reports to the SVP, Mission Services, who will understand and support the significance of pastoral care in the Catholic healthcare ministry and ensures and is accountable that the Medical Center has an effective Mission Integration structure in place.

For more information, please click here.

Interested candidates may apply here or contact sisterjohnmary.rainey@osfhealthcare.org with questions.


Youth & Young Adult Ministry Manager, Diocese of Burlington, VT

Posted: May 20, 2021

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, Vermont, is looking for a full-time Youth and Young Adult Ministry Manager to join our team. The Diocesan Youth & Young Adult Ministry Manager (DYM) is first and foremost an evangelizer of faith in Jesus Christ in the Roman Catholic Church. His or her role is to lead youth and young adults into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ that is lived out in intentional Catholic discipleship. The Manager works with parishes and pastors to develop youth and young adult ministries at the parish and deanery level by supporting and training local leadership. In support of these local initiatives, the Manager offers Diocesan-wide programs to provide the youth and young adults of the Diocese with the opportunity to grow in their Catholic faith, experience Catholic community, and establish a strong Catholic identity.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Serves as a key and participatory team member within the Office of Pastoral Ministries
and all of the department offerings. The DYM is responsible for the development and
implementation of policies and the establishment of goals for the projects and programs
offered through this office with the assistance and direct supervision of the Executive
Director of Pastoral Ministries.
• Develop strong working relationship with Pastors, parish youth ministers, and Parish
Catechetical Leaders, through leadership, sharing knowledge, pro-active involvement,
training and support of them and their ministry.
• Offer leadership to Pastors and parishes to assist their developing youth and young adult
ministry at the parish and/or deanery level and provide on-going support after those
ministries have been established.
• Develop and facilitate the Diocesan Youth Ministry Advisory Committee.
• Coordinate and organize Diocesan youth and young adult ministry activities, including
retreats, youth rallies, chastity education and the annual March for Life. Assist with the
Diocesan Totus Tuus Program.
• Maintain and update the Youth Ministry and Young Adult sections of the Diocesan
Website and Social Media.
• Compile and submit a fiscal year budget for all Diocesan programming for youth and
young adult ministry.
Minimum Qualifications
The DYM should be a model of Catholic living to the youth and young adults of the Diocese. They are to have a working knowledge and understanding of the theological principles of the Catholic Church and its teachings and be able to articulate them to youth and adults alike without ambiguity.
He or she is to abide by all of the rules and regulations as set forth in the Diocesan Code of
Conduct and Diocesan Personnel Handbook.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to fulfill each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The individual will be a practicing Catholic in accordance with Canon 874 §1, 3◦, 4◦ of the Code of Canon Law.
Education and Experience
Requires a bachelor’s degree in Theology, a master’s degree is preferred, and youth ministry leadership experience; equivalent combination of education and experience may be acceptable to the hiring authority. Knowledge of theology, canon law, education of youth/young adults. Past experience in working with youth and young adults is a plus but not a non-negotiable.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to:
Danny Daniel, Human Resources, ddaniel@vermontcatholic.org


Manager of Religious Education & Catechesis, Diocese of Burlington, VT

Posted: May 20, 2021

The Diocese of Burlington, Vermont, is looking for a full-time Manager of Religious Education & Catechesis to join the team. The Manager, reporting to the Executive Director of Pastoral Ministries, provides support and strengthens the catechetical efforts, programs, and faith life of the whole diocesan family. This individual will assist the Exec. Director of the Office of Pastoral Ministries in supporting all aspects of faith formation ministries, including providing support for Parish Catechetical Leaders (PCL’s) and teachers in parish programs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Promotes and supports the overall strategic direction and vision for religious education programs set by the diocesan bishop for all age groups and diocesan programs.
• Familiarity and ability to work with different models of religious education.
• Familiarity with the New Evangelization, Missionary Discipleship and its relationship to catechesis.
• Oversees the religious education portion of the diocesan website.
• Serves as a support and resource for Parish Catechetical Leaders (PCL’s)
• Oversee and develop the religious education curriculum and policies for use in the diocese.
• Manages the Diocesan Totus Tuus Program.
• Assists parishes in implementing diocesan policies and guidelines for parish Religious Education programs
through on-site visitation, including but not limited to the Catechetical Certification Program.
• Facilitates the offering and implementation of catechetical in services.
• Works with the Pastoral Ministries team to offer adult formation opportunities.
• Facilitates and oversee the Diocesan Faith Formation Advisory Committee.
• Serves on the Leadership Team for the Diocesan Lay Formation Leadership Program and Manages the Academic Formation part of the Program as the Delegate.
• Previous experience as a PCL and catechist is preferred.
• Completes any and all assignments from the Exec. Dir. Of Pastoral Ministries.
• Adheres to all Safe Environment Programs.
Minimum Qualifications
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to fulfill each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The individual must understand and be able to articulate the Church’s sacramental, ecclesial, moral and spiritual theology and how they apply to the faithful. The individual will be a practicing Catholic in accordance with Canon 874 §1, 3◦, 4◦ of the Code of Canon Law.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required; Master’s Degree in Theology preferred. An individual should be highly competent in catechetical studies and conversant with the New Evangelization; equivalent combination of education and experience may be acceptable to the hiring authority. Two years catechetical experience preferred. Knowledge of theology, canon law, formation, spiritual development and education of children, youth, adults, and families is essential.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Danny Daniel, Human Resources, ddaniel@vermontcatholic.org


Bilingual Marriage & Family Life Specialist, Archdiocese of New York

Posted: May 18, 2021

Under the direction of the Director of the Family Life (FL) Office, this Specialist is responsible for organizing, developing, and implementing programs of the FL Office for the Hispanic Community in the Archdiocese of New York.  S/he is a professional and pastoral woman or man, highly organized, mature self-starter who works independently and exhibits a high-level work ethic as well as excellent communication skills.

S/he focuses on all of the areas that the FL Office provides to the English-speaking community, but the two main areas which require the primary attention are driving the marriage ministries (especially marriage preparation, including Fertility Awareness/NFP), and parenting programming. This Specialist has a desire to evangelize – making use of the programs as a means to introduce people to the person and saving action of Jesus Christ.

The position is responsible for:

Collaborating with the other programs and staff of the FL Office in alignment with the Office’s overall Comprehensive Goals and Activities.  Attention must to be paid to 1) fostering an integrated “team environment” and, 2) focusing on who is and who ought to be our audience(s), and identifying and testing new channels of communicating with them.
Under the supervision of the Director, coordinate and drive the Archdiocesan Spanish Marriage (and Convalidation) Preparation Program and Fertility Awareness/NFP Program.
Planning and managing channels of support and various educational events for the Hispanic community pertaining to marriage and family life issues including, but not limited to:
Ongoing development and oversight and possible facilitation of the Spanish Marriage Preparation (Pre-Cana) program, including the online components (online registration; Prepare/Enrich and Catholic Couple Checkup premarital inventories; Formed.org learning modules) and an in-person or virtual Pre-Cana Day (facilitators, hosts, clergy, parish sites, and managing virtual sessions).  This may include occasional (1-2/month) Saturdays in place of a weekday of work.
Addressing the diversity of couples coming to the Marriage Prep program, including, but not limited to:  Convalidating couples; couples with children; younger and older couples; couples struggling with technology; couples struggling with language/program comprehension, etc.
Developing Marriage Enrichment and Marriage Mentoring initiatives at the parishes/regions.
Evaluating the current Fertility Awareness/NFP programming, and exploring new Fertility Awareness options/technologies in developing a sustainable, healthy, and successful program for women/couples.
Providing Parenting education and support/training initiatives.
Evaluating and developing [as appropriate] Bereavement support initiatives.
Evaluating and developing [as appropriate] Separated & Divorce Ministry initiatives.
Organizing training sessions and overseeing others who will be the leaders and educators in Marriage Preparation and in teaching and promoting Fertility Awareness/NFP in Archdiocesan parishes and regional sites.
Working closely with the Bilingual Family Life Support Specialist as s/he handles the marriage prep couples who contact our office with questions and/or to register for marriage prep or other Family Life Office inquiries.
Working as a member of project teams, across the FL programs, and with outside resources, as needed.
Recruiting and training new program leaders and presenters as appropriate.
Nurturing leadership abilities and encourage existing parish program leaders or presenters through both on-site and remote communication and supervision.
Managing and working within an annual budget.
Working with the Director of the FL Office to anticipate program and parish needs, and proactively address issues with an emphasis on sound judgment, initiative and confidentiality, with appropriate but minimal direction.
Representing the FL Office at forums and events as appropriate and as requested and which may require occasional traveling (within and outside of New York), such as NACFLM, training or seminar events, etc.
Translating documents pertinent to the various Family Life Office programs as needed.

Required Faith-Based Knowledge/Commitment

A practicing Catholic who accepts and is willing to abide by and give personal witness to authentic Church teachings, particularly on issues relating to the Office’s mission to promote respect for human life, family and marriage, chastity and human sexuality.
Ability to articulate the core teachings of the Catholic Faith as handed on through Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the Magisterium of the Church.  Good knowledge of Church teaching particularly on issues regarding marriage and family, the theology of the body, and life issues.
Able to support the Family Life Office’s mission to respect all human life, in particular the most vulnerable.

Education, Experience and ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s Degree required, and Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministry, Psychology or Theology/Religious Studies preferred.
A good knowledge of Church teaching on issues regarding marriage and family, the theology of the body, natural family planning and pro-life. Some familiarity with the various methods of NFP, an acceptance of the NFP lifestyle and desire to promote it throughout the archdiocese required. Some studies in marriage and family life or previous experience are necessary.
Must be fluently bi-lingual (Spanish/English) and able to translate documents with ease.
Experience in designing/conducting workshops and events.
Experience with and the ability to work collaboratively within diverse groups to develop and maintain relationships, especially in interactions with Pastors, parishes, and/or volunteers.
Must be digitally fluent, and have strong technology skills with proficiency in using all Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), and an openness to learning new technologies to enhance our outreach (e.g., Flocknote, Social media applications, video design/management, etc.)
Be adaptable to working on new projects and rotating assignments, and also to adapt (expand) one’s skills and competencies (e.g., learning SurveyMonkey, the Catholic Faith Technology platform, WordPress platform, etc.)
Be open to moving beyond traditional boundaries and ways of working to new efficient (integrated) ways.
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
Licensed Driver; Must have access to a car and be willing to travel throughout the archdiocese and to collaborate with departments and agencies within the chancery, the archdiocese and beyond.

Send resume to FLRLjobs@archny.org.


Religion Teacher and Campus Ministry, Lourdes High School (Rochester, MN)

Posted: May 18, 2021

Mission
Rochester Catholic Schools develops the spiritual, social, emotional, and academic growth of young people. RCS partners with parents and the Catholic faith community to nurture the development of a Christ-centered learning environment that fosters a culture of excellence where students grow in wisdom, courage and character. Rooted in Gospel values, RCS students are challenged and supported to become critical thinkers, collaborative problem solvers, creative visionaries and servant leaders who bring hope to the world.

Belief Statement
Lourdes High School operates through a shared purpose informed by common root beliefs-statements that affirm what we believe to be true about the people within our community of teaching and learning. Supporting the RCS mission, Lourdes High School believes:

God is present in all things.
We are a family united in Christ.
Through God’s grace, we are transformed.
We are stewards of God’s creation.
Every minute matters.
We are lifelong learners.

Candidates will be responsible for lesson plans; conducting instruction; regularly evaluate instructional materials for grade appropriateness; and continually assess student development and performance.  Develop and maintain collaborative, productive work relationships with colleagues, students, parents and any other individuals in a position to meet student needs and advance their growth, development and achievement.  Demonstrate faith leadership and commitment to vision, mission and values of the Rochester Catholic Schools.

Requirements:  Qualified candidate must be a practicing Catholic in full communion with the Catholic Church; registered member of a parish within the Diocese of Winona-Rochester; must have at least the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree in theology, religious studies or a related field; an appropriate current teaching certificate or minimally a current Minnesota State Substitute Certificate.

Rochester Catholic Schools (RCS) is committed to a child-safe environment.  All applicants are required to authorize a background check and attend VIRTUS "Protecting God's Children" training.

Click here for more information.

To apply, click here.


Multiple Positions, Valor Public Schools (Austin, TX)

Posted: May 13, 2021

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

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

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

Job openings include:

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:        July 12, 2021)

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: July 12, 2021)

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 26, 2021)

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 26, 2021)

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 26, 2022)

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,  2021


Associate Director for Hispanic Evangelization, Archdiocese of Cincinnati

Posted: May 13, 2021

The Associate Director for Hispanic Evangelization promotes and safeguards the teaching mission of the Church and exercises this teaching authority as delegated by the Archbishop. The ideal candidate for this position will develop a strong understanding of the Hispanic Catholic communities across the archdiocese and build productive, collaborative relationships within those. Additionally, the Associate Director will assist the Managing Director for Hispanic Evangelization in providing diocesan oversight for Hispanic ministries in parishes and catechetical formation and certification for Hispanic leaders and will collaborate closely and congenially with the entire staff of the Center for the New Evangelization (CNE) and the Department of Communication & Evangelization, as well as other archdiocesan offices. The Associate Director for Hispanic Evangelization must be a model of professional conduct and always represent the Archdiocese of Cincinnati with honesty and integrity.

The role of the Associate Director for Hispanic Evangelization requires the following skills and experience to assure effectiveness in the position:

  • A practicing Catholic in good standing with strong knowledge of the Catholic Church, including structure and doctrine; a passion for the Catholic faith
  • A Master’s degree in Theology or Religious Studies; a background in catechesis, evangelization and theology;
  • A minimum of 6 years’ experience in teaching or parish ministry
  • Fluent in Spanish and English and have an extensive knowledge of Latino cultures
  • The ability to communicate and relate well with people including strong interpersonal, presentation, teaching and leadership skills
  • A team player; collaborative and enjoyable; pleasant and responsive; builds productive and mutually respectful relationships; creates trust; reliable
  • Employs good judgment; meets deadlines; attends to duties as expected and communicates any barriers or difficulties as quickly as possible; must be able to manage multiple projects concurrently

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Elementary School Teachers, St. John Paul II Classical School (Green Bay, WI)

Posted: May 10, 2021

GUIDED BY THE INSPIRATION OF OUR PATRON, the mission of St. John Paul II Classical School is to assist parents in their role as primary educators of their children. We cultivate young minds and hearts through the Catholic Classical method of education in an authentic Catholic culture.

St. John Paul II Classical School is located in Green Bay, WI and is part of the GRACE
Catholic School system. SJPII continues to see healthy enrollment, and has the support of
our bishop and the local community. Green Bay is a wonderful place to both live and
work. It is home to the Green Bay Packers, enjoys a modest cost of living, has a strong
Catholic presence, and has the only approved Marian apparition site in the United States.

Job Openings: 

  1.  Grade 2 Teacher
  2.  Grade 6 Teacher

Elementary School Teachers, Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School (Stamford, CT)

Posted: May 10, 2021

Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School is an Independent Catholic school with a single-sex classroom in a co-ed campus model, from Pre-K3 through Grade Twelve, that seek to awaken in their students an integral development of their personality, offering the necessary means for a harmonic growth of their three dimensions: individual, social, and spiritual, and to discover their unique talents to achieve success in the 21st century.

Strategies to Achieve Our Mission

  • Mater Salvatoris commits to a holistic education. All the educational project leads to a harmonious development of the person in all its dimensions: physical, psychological, social and transcendent; located on ample green spaces that allow direct contact with nature.
  • Mater Salvatoris commits to a quality education. The high and rigorous academic level is an essential requirement for a holistic education that seeks to discover all the potential and unique talents of each student, to become her best self.
  • Mater Salvatoris School commits to a strong Catholic formation. The seal that the school leaves on its students is characterized by the importance given to the human and spiritual formation in a healthy environment of joy, freedom and respect. Mater Salvatoris Schools provide the means for a personal encounter with Jesus Christ, and to grow in a relationship with Him through prayer, liturgy, and sacraments. The devotion and tenderness to our Blessed Mother “Mater Salvatoris” is of great importance in our school life.

Job Openings:

  1. Teacher, Grades 1&2 Boys
  2. Teacher, Grades 5&6 Girls
  3. Teacher, Preschool

Policy Advisor, Office of Migration and Refugee Services, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

Posted: May 5, 2021

The Policy Advisor Provides the Conference and the bishops with policy analysis and recommendations on forced migration policy issues.  Represents the Conference in coalition work and at national and international meetings on these subjects.  As required, Prepares delivers congressional testimony, reports, advocacy papers, backgrounders, and action alerts.  Contributes to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference.  Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect, and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties following its Catholic identity.

Education Level: Masters’ Degree, J.D. Strongly preferred but not required if there is extensive experience. Major Field/Specialty; International, Humanitarian, Refugee  Law or related field

Other Specialized Training: (i.e., word processing, personal computer, knowledge of Catholic Church, etc.)

Knowledge of Catholic Social Teaching
Knowledge of migration laws
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
Computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite software
*Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently and work effectively in a changing environment

Number of Years Required: Minimum of 4 to 5 years experience



To apply please visit https://www.usccb.org/careers


Executive Assistant to the Director, Thomistic Institute (Washington, DC)

Posted: May 4, 2021
 
The Thomistic Institute is looking for an Executive Assistant to the Director to work in person in our office at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C.

The Executive Assistant holds a vital role, working in close collaboration with the Director of the Thomistic Institute as his primary support, with respect to all aspects of the TI’s mission and activity.  The EA is regularly tasked by the Director to take responsibility for projects as they emerge from the daily activity of the Director’s office.  The EA also acts on behalf of the Director both internally and externally, functioning as a key coordinator and principal point of contact for the Director’s activities.

Consequently, the TI is seeking an individual who is eminently trustworthy; is ready to take initiative and to work independently; has good judgment; is self-motivated, hard-working, and able to work without constant supervision; has strong organizational abilities and attention to detail; and is strongly motivated by the TI’s mission to bring the truth of the Catholic intellectual tradition to secular university campuses (and the wider public square), and to deepen engagement in the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas in the contemporary academy.

The ideal candidate will be adept at coordinating a busy agenda for the Director, anticipating problems and taking initiative on behalf of the Director, following-through on independent projects, and also occasionally acting as a research assistant for the Director’s ongoing academic research, writing, and teaching (e.g., researching and preparing academic publications).

As part of the position, the Executive Assistant will be entitled to take one course (for-credit or audit, free of charge) per semester at the Dominican House of Studies (e.g., M.A. level classes in philosophy or theology), during office hours.

All members of the TI team are encouraged to participate in the regular liturgical life of the Dominican friars (e.g., step away from work for Mass, the daily midday rosary, the divine office, etc.).


Examples of the Executive Assistant's regular responsibilities:
• Supports the Director in managing projects; organizes/prioritizes his daily and weekly agendas.
• Prepares the Director for internal and external meetings.  Often, the Executive Assistant will sit in on these meetings and will be tasked with follow-up and execution of the decisions reached.
• Books/coordinates travel as needed.
• Provides research support to the Director for his academic work.
• Assists the Director in planning and executing the TI events that he supervises directly (e.g., small fundraising events, faculty colloquia, semi-annual academic conferences).
• Aids the Director in the work of donor relations and outreach. This includes close collaboration with the Manager of Special Projects and Advancement.
• Act as link between Director and other members of the staff.
An expert fundraiser with 15+ years of experience in similar organizations will serve as an external mentor, coach, and trainer for the fundraising aspects of this position. Thus, while previous fundraising experience is a plus, this position would be appropriate for someone with strong interpersonal and organizational skills who is motivated by the TI’s mission and is interested in learning how to work with donors, even if lacking previous fundraising or development experience.
 
Desired Qualifications:
• At least a B.A. degree or its equivalent;
• Good verbal and written communication skills;
• 2-5 years of experience in a position calling for responsibility, good judgment, and strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
• Knowledge of the Catholic intellectual tradition and motivation to spread the faith by intellectual evangelization;
• Familiarity with Word and Excel are a plus.
The Thomistic Institute is a research institute of the Pontifical Faculty of the Dominican House of Studies and an apostolate of the Dominican friars of the Province of St. Joseph.  The person holding this position will represent the Director and the Dominican friars in public, will bear witness to and teach the Catholic faith, and will at times participate in (and even lead others in) Catholic prayers. Applicants must be practicing Catholics in good standing who assent to and profess the Catholic faith in its entirety as presented in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

This position is a full-time, in-office position in Washington, D.C., and requires full-time residency in the greater Washington, D.C. metro area.

Questions? Contact Ms. Katie Brizek at kbrizek@dhs.edu or at (202) 495-3862.

To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary history, along with the names and contact information of three references, by using this portal


 

Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, Saint Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry (Rochester, NY)

Posted: May 3, 2021

Saint Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, a Roman Catholic graduate school, seeks applications for a full-time faculty position in Systematic Theology with the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in August 2021 at our main campus in Rochester, NY. The initial contract is for two years with possibility of renewal or conversion to a tenure track position.

The successful applicant will hold a degree (Ph.D. or S.T.D. preferred, ABD or S.T.L. considered) in Systematic Theology. While the area of primary research is open, we stand in need of a secondary competency in Spiritual, Pastoral, or Moral Theology. The successful candidate will teach a series of courses in the School’s graduate programs, including several that play a key role in the Diaconate and Pre-Seminary formation programs. A record of successful undergraduate or graduate teaching and scholarly theological activity is expected. Duties include a 3/3 course load (some courses to be delivered via hybrid/online educational contexts), continued professional and scholarly development, dedicated student advisement, and active service to the School and its mission.

St. Bernard’s encourages applications from those who are able to commit to the School’s mission to educate and assist women and men in academic, ministerial, pastoral, and spiritual formation in accord with Ex Corde Ecclesiae. The successful candidate will be expected to petition the local bishop for the mandatum. Women and candidates from historically underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.

Candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching excellence, example of scholarly writing, and three professional letters of reference to facultysearch@stbernards.edu (PDF format required). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Saint Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, located in Rochester, New York, with extension sites in the Diocese of Albany, the Diocese of Buffalo, and the Diocese of Syracuse, is a Roman Catholic graduate and professional school, educating and assisting women and men in academic, ministerial, interpersonal, and spiritual formation for the purpose of serving the Church through various forms of ministry, for theological scholarship, and for Christian service in society. Saint Bernard’s operates under the original charter of the New York State Department of Education. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the US and Canada, Saint Bernard’s offers the Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies, the Master of Arts (Theological Studies), the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) in Theological Professions, the Master of Arts (Catholic Philosophy), and the Graduate Certificate in Pastoral Studies. For more information about the institution, please visit http://www.stbernards.edu/.

Saint Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry assumes a Ministerial Exception.


Research and Resource Development Assistant, Office for Family and Life, Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (Ottawa, Ontario)

Posted: May 3, 2021

Under the supervision of the Director of the Office for Family and Life, the Research and Resource Development Assistant supports the Office by assisting the Director with the responsibilities listed below, and performs related tasks.
Responsibilities:
In collaboration with the Director, the Research and Resource and Development Assistant [ENGLISH] assists with the following:
• Builds and maintains an English diocesan/eparchial network, identifies their local needs and uses this information to advise the Director on engagement strategies
• Acts as a principal liaison with dioceses/eparchies in the English Sector
• Assists in the development of the Office’s work in English
• Creates online resources for different audiences
• Analyzes trends, priorities, challenges and drafts texts based on in depth research
• Drafts website content for review by the Director
• Undertakes research in related areas and provides written summaries
• Assists the Director in the planning of meetings and events
• Maintains effective records (e.g., minute-taking), communications and correspondence
• Collaborates with the French Research and Resource Development Assistant in various areas
• Performs other related duties as required
Qualifications:
• Holds a university degree in a related field
• Has acquired at least two years of related field experience
• Has sound knowledge of and adheres to Catholic teachings
• Demonstrates interest in and knowledge of family and life issues from a Catholic perspective
• Possesses excellent reading, writing and communication skills in English
• Can understand written and oral communications French
• Has familiarity with social media, video-sharing and communication platforms
• Is proficient in Microsoft Suite and Adobe
• Can draft and edit routine documents and research files and documents for information
• Ability to work as part of a team
• Possesses discretion, tact and good judgment
• Can highlight some entrepreneurial achievements (an asset)

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Application deadline: May 20, 2021


Full-Time High School Theology Teacher, Vermilion Catholic High School (Abbeville, LA)

Posted: April 23, 2021

Basic Qualifications:
- Bachelor's Degree (required)
- Louisiana Teaching Certificate (preferred)

Vermilion Catholic (VC) is seeking applicants for a full-time teaching position that will be available in the Religion department for the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants should be motivated, qualified in their content area, and passionate about teaching adolescents in a one to one devi