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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

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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 Girareau, 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 Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or a related field is required.  Minimum of three years of prior professional experience in ministry is required.  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.


Project Assistant, Aleto Consulting (Washington, DC)

Posted: November 14, 2019

The Project Assistant performs various administrative and project management functions in support of the PBRB. The requirements and tasks outlined are expected to be adhered to and performed without deviation, unless specifically directed otherwise by the Executive Director.

Requirements:
• At least three years of experience working on a team or in an office environment under the guidance of a Project Manager/Leader
• Able to work with minimal supervision; demonstrates ability to work independently
• Able to effectively multi-task and balance competing priorities, using independent judgement to prioritize workload
• Possess technical skills and proficient in the use of Adobe, Word, Excel, Outlook and SharePoint and all Google applications
• Maintains a high level of professionalism and confidentiality while handling all PBRB matters
Tasks and Major Responsibilities:
• Schedules meetings, books meeting rooms, and ensures meeting materials are readily available for attendees; prepares and distributes meeting minutes; receives complementary materials from realty services support contractors to complete meeting minute files
• Coordinates travel arrangements including booking travel tickets and settlement of related expenses; prepares travel reimbursement forms for Board and staff; maintains complete filing system of all trips
• Collects and records time attendance for the Board electronically; able to maintain accurate and current time records
• Updates project files as necessary and distributes to PBRB team and other stakeholders; maintains familiarity with required inputs and outputs for each project phase; able to provide project status with little effort
• Maintains filing systems in accordance with NARA guidelines, provides support to PBRB staff on how to properly locate and file documents using appropriate naming conventions
• Assists the Executive Officer with development and updating of the Standard Operating Procedure manual, recommends updates as necessary to maintain a current record of PBRB functions and activities
• Assists the Executive Officer in drafting and updating content for the public website, presentations and other mission documents
• Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director in support of the mission of the PBRB

To apply, please send resume to Luis Viera, luisv@aletoconsulting.com


Director, Pastoral Ministries (Archdiocese of Indianapolis)

Posted: November 14, 2019

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Pastoral Ministries to provide leadership for and promote collaboration between the following archdiocesan ministries: Youth Ministry, Young Adult/College Campus Ministries, Marriage and Family Life, Human Life and Dignity, Inter-Cultural Ministries, Corrections Ministry, and Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Dialogue. This position reports to the Chancellor of the archdiocese and has a key leadership role in promoting and enhancing ministry that is engaging and effective for the Church in Central and Southern Indiana.

Candidates must be professed and practicing Catholics in good standing with and faithful to the Church with a minimum of 5 years of highly successful ministry experience in a leadership role. A bachelor’s degree in catechetics, family ministry, religious education or a related field is required with a master’s degree in one of these fields preferred. Preference will be given to candidates who are bilingual (English/Spanish). A demonstrated ability to promote collaboration and an articulated vision for fostering the missionary discipleship of Jesus are essential.  Excellent oral and written communications skills, strong administrative and organizational skills, the ability to foster teamwork, and the ability to model lifelong learning by a commitment to acquiring new skills and mentoring others to do the same are also required.

To apply, please e-mail Ed Isakson, Director of Human Resources, at eisakson@archindy.org by November 21st.


Family Life Consultant (Archdiocese of Boston)

Posted: October 30, 2019

The Family Life Consultant will assist the Director of Family Life and Ecclesial Movements in the Archdiocesan efforts to offer support, trainings, formation and resources for parishes in marriage ministries, natural family planning, separated, divorced and struggling marriages and Baptismal preparation.
Other responsibilities include assisting with the support of ecclesial movements such as, but not limited to, Scouting, Ministry with Persons with Disabilities, CYO athletics, Cursillo, Charismatic Renewal, etc.
This consultant will collaborate with other ministry area teams within the Office for Lifelong Faith Formation and Parish Support to advance the Archdiocesan Pastoral Plan, Disciples in Mission.

For more information and to apply, please click here.


Program Specialist, Men's Ministry and Social Media Outreach (Diocese of Arlington)

Posted: October 30, 2019

The Office of Marriage, Family, and Respect Life serves the Bishop and pastors on issues related to marriage and family life and the dignity of the human person.  The Office operates Gabriel Project and Project Rachel, ministries to pregnant women and post-abortive women and men, respectively.  In addition, the Office assists the Virginia Catholic Conference in efforts to educate legislators and voters and advocates on issues in support of families and human life.

The Program Specialist is responsible for developing and sustaining men’s ministry, all social media platforms with a mission of drawing all the faithful closer to Jesus Christ and to the sacraments of the Catholic Church.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:

Design and implement a social media campaign that presents marriage, family and respect life in a positive light by  

Using social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), email, phone and face to face meetings.
Monitoring and updating pertinent web sites to ensure that data is current, attractive, and user-friendly.
Tracking, analyzing, and reporting on statistical trends.

Assist with the expanding the visibility and outreach of all Marriage, Family and Respect Life programs by
Creating the Marriage, Family, and Respect Life newsletters that reach men, women, those suffering after abortion and those in need of pregnancy assistance.
Assisting Gabriel Project by answering telephones and email inquiries and helping to assess the needs of those individuals.

Oversee and strengthen the Men’s Ministry, including but not limited to, establishing strong relationships with parish leaders, working with the Executive Director to organize and plan the annual men’s conference, and creating the quarterly newsletter.

Assist with additional programs, events, and initiatives sponsored by the Office such as the Marriage Jubilee Mass, conferences, days of recollections, 2minutes2virtue, 40days40ways, etc.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY:

Direction Provided
Provide direction and articulate the mission of the work unit as defined by the Executive Director
Devise and communicate a strategy to achieve the mission
Plan the overall objectives of the work units

Supervision Received
Exercises significant discretion under the general direction of the Executive Director

Management
Positions supervised: None

Budgets and Financials
Manages the men’s conference and social media budgets

QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge/Skills:  Proficiency in digital and social media.  Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.  Organized and detailed oriented.  Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.  Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite programs.  Must be a practicing Catholic with creativity and a passion for furthering the mission of the Catholic Church.  Proficiency in Spanish preferred.

Education Required:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree and work experience.

Years and Types of Experience:  Three to five years related experience.

For full details or to apply, click here.


Director of the Office of Social Justice, Archdiocese of Washington, DC

Posted: October 22, 2019

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 Director of Social Concerns. The Director of Social Concerns will direct the programs and activities to promote an understanding among people of the Archdiocese about Catholic Social Teaching, fostering the social mission of the church and working for the common good. Duties & Responsibilities • Promote Catholic Social Teaching in the work of the Pastoral Ministry and Social Concerns and works collaboratively within the PMSC and Catholic Charities. • Develop collaborative models and specialized outreach to engage parishes and schools in the work of the Office and Catholic Social Teachings. • Develop, implement and review programs, policies and procedures to fulfill the mission of the Office.  For more information or to apply, please click here or contact: 
recruiting@adw.org


Director of Life Issues, Archdiocese of Washington, DC

Posted: October 22, 2019

Director of Life Issues will assist the Assistant Secretary for Life, Dignity and Justice in parish outreach and consultation encompassing life from conception to natural death. Director for Life Issues serves as a catalyst and mentor to regional, parish, and grassroots pro-life ministry and efforts. With particular emphasis on parish and school consultation and support, development of pastoral materials, identification of resources to support a culture of life, and implementation of the USCCB Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life activities focusing on four-fold pillars of life. For more information or to apply, please click here or contact: recruiting@adw.org


Administrative Assistant, March for Life Education & Defense Fund (Washington, DC)

Posted: October 21, 2019

The March for Life Education and Defense Fund is a small non-profit organization that coordinates the world’s largest annual pro-life event and civil protest. The organization is uniquely positioned to positively impact culture through the annual March, as well as other educational campaigns and activities throughout the year. The organization is currently seeking to hire an Administrative Assistant. The position will report to the Director of Operations of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund.
As Administrative Assistant, you will provide functional support to accounting, development, event planning, and administration. The Administrative Assistant, who often serves as first point of contact for inquires from the public, is an integral part of the March for Life team and assists with effectively carrying out the daily operations of our Washington, D.C. office.
Responsibilities:
 Handle all bookkeeping: process invoices and payments, record deposits.
 Assist with budget development and annual audit.
 Process donations and maintain donor records; create and send donor acknowledgement letters.
 Support direct mail fundraising team by maintaining supporting documentation and communicating donor requests.
 Create and monitor online event registration pages.
 Manage office phone and email communciations.
 Maintain and order office supplies; receive and process mail.
 Help team members with various projects throughout the year.
Qualifications:
 Organized and detail-oriented nature.
 Education/Experience in accounting/finance is strongly preferred.
 General affinity for and experience with administrative duties.
 Experience with QuickBooks is preferred.
 Experience with DonorPerfect is preferred.
 Willingness to learn.
 Desire to be a team-player in a pro-life organization.
 Passion for building a culture of life.

Please send cover letter, resume, names and contact information for references by November 15th, 2019 to info@marchforlife.org or Andrea DeLee, March for Life, 1012 14th Street NW, Suite 300 Washington, D.C. 20005.


Campus Minister, St. Mary's High School (Annapolis, MD)

Posted: August 26, 2019

St. Mary’s High School, a co-educational Catholic High School in Annapolis, Maryland, is seeking to hire a Campus Minister for immediate employment.

Position Summary: The Campus Minister of St. Mary’s High School is a lay or religious minister whose role involves fostering the formation of students in their spiritual, intellectual, social and emotional lives.  In collaboration with the administration, the Campus Minister devotes himself/herself to the pastoral care, administration, collegial ministry and academic life of the school.  The Campus Minister is appointed and supervised by the Principal.

 Oversees the service program for all students.  Maintains records through X2Vol. Facilitates service opportunities for students at local organizations.  Coordinates service opportunities through organizations such as Catholic Heart Work Camp.
 Creates, coordinates, plans, and leads variety of spiritual exercises and experiences for the development of faculty/student spirituality.
 Plans and implements a comprehensive retreat program for freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  Plans and coordinates the Kairos retreat program for seniors and juniors.  Coordinates and plans follow-up activities for the Kairos retreatants, activities to include prayer experiences, liturgical exercises, counseling, etc.
 Coordinates faculty/staff annual retreat with principal.
 Plans the calendar, arrangements, appointment and coordination of adult and student retreat team-leaders, development and supervision of their involvement, logistics, and follow-up retreat experience.
 Plans and facilitates the prayer life, i.e. daily morning and afternoon prayers, Bibles and Bagels weekly club meetings, provides resources for teachers.
 Plans and oversees the budget for all Campus Ministry events.
 Maintains all the Campus Ministry communication platforms, i.e. website pages, X2Vol, and social media.
 Other duties to include: pastoral counseling, maintain good working relations with area parishes and schools especially at St. Mary’s, participate in Archdiocesan youth ministry programs, write articles for newsletters, etc., assist administration in planning and policy as requested.

Qualifications:

 Practicing Roman Catholic
 Bachelor’s degree required
 Bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field, preferred
 Experience in Youth Ministry, or related field is preferred
 High School experience, preferred
 Service oriented experience

Qualified Candidates must submit a cover letter, resume and three references to: Sharon Wible at swible@stmarysannapolis.org.


Coordinator of Evangelization and Discipleship (Archdiocese of Indianapolis)

Posted: July 8, 2019

The Office of Catechesis of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Evangelization and Discipleship.  This new position is focused on helping parishes develop evangelization teams for outreach to the unchurched and alienated as well as enhancing a sense of discipleship among practicing Catholics.  

Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics with an in-depth knowledge of the Faith and Catholic catechesis. Excellent oral and written communication skills along with strong organizational and project management skills are required.  A Bachelor’s degree in catechetics, religious education, theology or a related field is required.  Previous employment or volunteer experience in the Catholic Church in parish ministry or teaching is required. Spanish speaking/writing ability is preferred. 

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org


Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Thomas More University (Crestview Hills, KY)

Posted: July 8, 2019

Thomas More University, located in Crestview Hills, KY, in the Greater Cincinnati Area, is a, private, liberal arts, Catholic university.  Founded in 1921 by the Benedictine Sisters as Villa Madonna College, Thomas More now serves just over 2,000 students.  For further information about TMU, see our web site at www.thomasmore.edu.

Thomas More University invites applications for a half-time, 12-month administrative position as Dean of Arts and Sciences.  A concurrent half-time teaching appointment will be made in an academic department within the University, preferably Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Economics, Sociology, or Mathematics. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  The expected starting date is August 1, 2019.

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in a field relevant to the College of Arts and Sciences and have some experience in academic administration.  The successful candidate is responsible for undergraduate instruction in his/her discipline (typically two courses per semester, or 4 per year).  Faculty members at Thomas More are expected to teach at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum, to share in student advising and recruiting responsibilities, and to engage in scholarly activities.  Deans are responsible for (a) providing vision and leadership to their College as part of the academic affairs leadership team, (b) supporting advising, recruitment , and retention of students, (c) maintaining a challenging, current curriculum, (d) hiring and evaluation of faculty, (e) supervising and maintaining budgets in the College, and (f) assisting the Office of Institutional Advancement in philanthropy efforts.

Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, graduate and undergraduate transcripts, statement of teaching philosophy, and a statement of research/professional interest and three letters of recommendation by email to hr@thomasmore.edu or postal mail to Director of Human Resources, Thomas More University, 333 Thomas More Parkway, Crestview Hills, KY 41017.

Review of applications will begin immediately;  applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Director of Youth Ministry (Archdiocese of Indianapolis)

Posted: June 17, 2019

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Youth Ministry. The Director models Christian discipleship and fosters a comprehensive approach to youth ministry that recognizes cultural, developmental, and spiritual diversity among Catholic youth and their families. The successful candidate is expected to be a role model for ministry in service of the Church’s mission to youth. The Director invites, trains, and supports archdiocesan youth leaders who are expressly charged with engaging and leading youth toward Christian maturity. The position requires at least three years previous experience leading youth ministry at the parish and/or diocesan level.  Qualified candidates must have minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Theology or a related field.  A master’s degree is preferred.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:
Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org


Campus Minister, Saint Mary's College of Maryland

Posted: June 4, 2019

In collaboration with the Chaplain, the Campus Minister for St. Mary’s College of Maryland will practice an ongoing ministry of presence on campus including fall and spring recruitment. This position will empower and mentor student leadership, coordinated with the Catholic Student Association.
  Duties & Responsibilities
• Facilitate opportunities for students to encounter Christ through the Sacraments, social, service, and spiritual programs and events
• Coordinate diverse opportunities for student faith formation (e.g. RCIA, small groups, retreats, etc.)
• Oversee Campus Ministry communications including website, weekly listserv, bulletin, social media, etc.
• Manage campus ministry budget and ongoing finances
• Manage development database and communications with donors, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff
• Collaborate with the Office of YA Ministry, neighboring Catholic parishes, and other campus ministers in the Archdiocese of Washington
• Implement the goals identified by the USCCB’s pastoral letter on campus ministry, Empowered by the Spirit
• Meet regularly for visioning and planning with the Chaplain and student leaders

Qualifications

Required Education and Experience
• Practicing Catholic joyfully living in good standing with a passion for the Church’s mission of evangelization
• Two years or more of related ministry experience
• A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in theology or related field
• Experience with relational ministry and mentoring
• Excellent written and oral communications skills
• Experience with Social Media, website management, and graphic design

Work Environment
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, printers and filing cabinets.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
This is a full time position. Evening and weekend work are regularly required.

Please forward resume to:  russl@adw.org


 

Director of Catholic Schools (Diocese of Sioux Falls, SD)

Posted: May 30, 2019

The Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual to serve in the role of Director of Catholic Schools.  The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring that high-quality, Catholic education is provided in each of the Catholic schools of the Diocese. The Director will work in collaboration with the school system presidents, Pastors, principals and advisory boards at each parish school to provide for a clear Catholic identity and ensure that all curriculum meets or exceeds standards within each school.  The qualified applicant will be a faithful practicing Catholic with a minimum of 5 years of experience in Catholic education leadership and an advanced degree in Education with a current, or ability to obtain, certification in the areas of principal, superintendent or educational leadership in the state of South Dakota.  To apply please submit a cover letter and resume to Twila Roman, Director of Human Resources, 523 N Duluth Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 or email to troman@sfcatholic.org.


Director for Faith Formation and Evangelization Programs (Diocese of Arlington, VA)

Posted: May 30, 2019

The Director works closely with the Episcopal Vicar of Faith Formation, other office staff, and the Directors of Religious Education throughout the Diocese. The primary goal of the position is to identify the challenges and opportunities related to evangelization and catechesis in the diocese and to identify and implement the programs, materials and other tools to address them.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
• Regularly meet with Pastors, Directors of Religious Education, and other staff to ascertain what they see as challenges, needs, opportunities and risks in the areas of evangelization and adult faith formation. Develop a strategic plan to address the identified issues and opportunities.
• Perform annual evaluations of the current evangelization and adult faith formation environment at the parish and diocesan levels, including gathering information on parish growth, mass attendance, and programs.
• Keep abreast of what other Dioceses are doing in the area of evangelization and adult faith formation at the diocesan level.
• Coordinate with speakers, institutes, and organizations within and outside of the Diocese to provide lectures, presentations, and workshops in the different deaneries of the Diocese on pertinent topics as well as program methodology, e.g. RCIA.
• Identify and disseminate appropriate evangelization and faith formation materials to parishes and diocesan offices (e.g. Catholic Charities satellite offices) on issues of faith and morals.
• Identify and implement new media platforms (e.g. webcast, podcast) to deliver curriculum and adult faith formation content to wider audiences.
• Maintain and develop the Office of Faith Formation website as a source of materials and resources for evangelization and adult faith formation.

Apply Here.


Headmaster, St. John Bosco Classical School (Rochester, NY)

Posted: May 30, 2019

Founded in 2008 in response to the closing of 13 diocesan Catholic schools, St. John Bosco Schools was established to grow into a network of schools that provide an authentic Catholic education. Growing demand among parents of St. John Bosco Schools students in their middle schools years led to the founding of Chesterton Academy of Rochester in 2014, which provides a continuation of our classical curriculum within the Catholic intellectual tradition.

HEADMASTER JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Head Teacher
● Direct, manage, deepen, and unify the faculty in their execution of the school’s curriculum
● Nurture students in their pursuit of excellence
● Model professional, moral, and ethical standards as well as personal integrity in all interactions
Chief Executive Officer
● Manage/delegate day-to-day operational issues of the school
● Select, orient, support, evaluate, and retain school personnel
● Handle parent-student issues that arise in the normal rhythm of school life
● Provide effective communication to the staff and parents
School Visionary
● Communicate the mission of the school with current and prospective parents
● Implement the school’s mission on a daily basis, enriching student life and the school’s culture
within the community
● Represent the school in the local community, building ties with business representatives to raise
the profile of the school
Board Liaison
● Function as chief communicator between the Board and the faculty/staff
● Function as chief advisor to the Board regarding matters of philosophy and policy
● Work with the Board to ensure that budgetary targets are met

For a full job description, please click here. Questions or application materials may be sent to Joseph Indelicato at aji@caritasconsulting.com.


St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School (Columbus, GA)

Posted: May 30, 2019

St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School and St. Anne Catholic Church are components of a vibrant Catholic community located in southwest Georgia. Our school enjoys its highest enrollment in 20 years and is very respected for its academic program by the entire Columbus, GA community. Our parish is the largest in the Columbus Deanery and has many active ministries. We seek applicants who are willing to share our mission in the classroom, in our parish and on the campus of Columbus State University. Depending on the interests and experience of those who apply we could offer up to three positions in our school, parish and on our campus. Ideally, we would like to form a team of committed Catholics who assist us in serving the needs of the young people of our Catholic community. We look forward to hearing from anyone who has both the experience in and a passion to bring young people to Christ as teachers, youth ministers, and a campus minister.

Positions available are: 

Middle and High School Music Teacher
High School Religion Teacher
Youth/Campus Minister
High School Social Studies Teacher
Athletic Trainer

For more information on all these positions, please click here.


Director, Adult Faith Formation (Archdiocese of New York)


Mission Statement:  The Office of Adult Faith Formation offers programs for adult Catholics to grow in faith, discipleship and understanding of Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Catholic Church.  The office supports existing efforts at the parish level and provides archdiocese-wide opportunities for enrichment and development in the knowledge and practice of Catholicism.

Position Purpose:  The position of Director of Adult Faith Formation oversees and directs the ongoing intellectual and spiritual formation of adults in the Archdiocese of New York.  This is accomplished by a wide array of programs offered at the archdiocesan level, as well as extensive support for adult faith formation programs in parishes.

Reporting Line:  This position reports to the Vicar General. 

Essential Position Responsibilities:
• Assist in the development of and the implementation of the vision of the Cardinal Archbishop for adult faith formation throughout the archdiocese
• Provide vision/oversight for the archdiocesan adult faith formation, discipleship and evangelization programs including the:
o Catechumenate (RCIA)
o New York Catholic Bible School
o Felix Varela Institute
• Maintain high level of support for parish adult faith formation coordinators/directors and/or teams through regular updates, shared publicity for regional speakers/events/programs, program advice, and consultations
• Develop the professional skills and capabilities of the internal staff of the Adult Faith Formation office
• Maintain and further existing partnerships with outside institutions, including:
o Enlighten online courses with Fordham University
o FORMED for parishes partnership with Augustine Institute
• Read and absorb a high volume of material including email correspondence, memos, news and journal articles, etc. daily in order to remain up-to-date on best practices and trends within ministry.  Prepare summary reports for archdiocesan and parish leaders as needed
• Create and provide training and/or give presentations to parish/cluster/deanery level adult faith formation groups on best practices and new programs in adult faith formation
• Develop the program and content for archdiocesan events including the:
o Men’s Conference
o New York Catholic Bible Summit
o Pilgrimages
o Sheen Center Adult Faith Formation events
• Communicate and collaborate with other ministry directors to ensure a vibrant program of lifelong faith formation
• Exhibit creativity and vision in leading the office that understands the specific learning styles of adults, as well as the diversity of needs and interests for Catholic adults

Required Education, Experience, and Skills: 
• Graduate degree in theology, ministry, or related field
• Expert knowledge of the teachings and values of the Catholic Churc