Campus Ministry Positions
Campus Minister for Retreats – St. Francis Catholic High School – Sacramento, CA
For info: http://www.stfrancishs.org/careers
Director of Campus Ministry – Rosary High School – Fullerton, CA
Overview of Role
The Director of Campus Ministry organizes, coordinates, and facilitates the campus ministry and service programs. The Director works closely with the President, Principal, Religion Department, student leadership team, and faculty in developing a total vision of Campus Ministry for the school. The Director calls forth the talents, energy, and generosity of students, faculty and staff who are willing to work in the various dimensions of campus ministry. The campus minister works to create a supportive Christian community that fosters the faith development and spiritual growth of students, faculty and staff in keeping with Rosary High School’s mission, philosophy and Integrated Student Outcomes.
• Fosters the CSJ charism and encourages the pastoral, spiritual, and moral development of each student and adult on campus
• Directs the programs for spiritual formation and growth in our faith community by coordinating liturgical celebrations; prayer and reconciliation services; student retreat programs on all levels and faculty retreats
• Serves as a resource person to the Religion Department and attends department meetings
• Coordinates opportunities for students to attend diocesan events
• Serves as instructor for campus ministry class
• Team member for Magdalene Circle
• Collaborates with the Religion Department and the Director of Activities in coordinating and implementing service opportunities
• Works with the choir director to select music for liturgical celebrations
• Assumes responsibility for the use and maintenance of the chapel and maintains sacristy inventory and supplies
• Oversees budget of the campus ministry programs
• Performs any other duties requested by the President
Education and Experience
• Practicing Roman Catholic with a strong foundation in Catholic theology and ongoing faith formation
• Possess a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies, Religious Education, Pastoral Ministry or related field from a Catholic institution
• Two years experience in campus ministry and work with high school students
To apply for this position, please send a current resume and cover letter to:
Deborah Urell Wesseln, President
Rosary High School
1340 N. Acacia Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92831
Associate University Minister – University of San Diego
For more info and to apply:
If you have questions contact:
Michael Lovette-Colyer, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President and Director of University Ministry
University of San Diego
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
Campus Minister for Appalachia Program - Boston College
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Campus Minister for International Programs - Boston College
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Red Cloud Indian School – Middle School and High School Religion Teachers for the '14-'15 School Year - Pine Ridge, SD
For more info: http://www.redcloudschool.org/Careers
Theology Teacher – Woodside Priory School – Portola Valley, CA
The Priory is a Benedictine Catholic institution which has both a Middle School and a High School. Teachers in the Dept. of Theology may teach in both the Middle and High School concurrently, depending on course schedules. The Priory has a beautiful campus located in Portola Valley (near Stanford University). The faculty, staff and students are a wonderful blend of cultures, religions and talents. It's a great place to work and thrive! If interested, please contact via e-mail: Dr. Ben Owens (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Principal, Our Lady Of Grace Parish Catholic Elementary School - Castro Valley
Our Lady of Grace Parish Catholic Elementary School is a K through 8th grade school located in the city of Castro Valley in Alameda County serving the cities of Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, San Leandro and Oakland. Our Lady of Grace School enrolls 253 students with a professional staff of 25 and is fully accredited by WCEA/WASC with before- and after-school Extended Care. Candidates for principal must be active practicing Catholics, possess a California Teaching Credential and a California Administrative Credential or be enrolled in an Administrative Credential Program as well as have at least five years in Catholic educational teaching or administration. The candidate must be able to provide spiritual and educational leadership for the school as well as be responsible for the day-to-day administration, including financial management. Candidates are expected to take an active role as a member of the parish staff and work collaboratively with the Pastor and pastoral staff. Excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for maintaining a school with a strong Catholic identity and academic program are a must. Salary is based upon the Diocesan Scale and depends on qualifications and experience. Benefits include: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Long and Short Term Disability Insurance, and Retirement. Applications should be completed by May 30, 2014. Send Letter of Intent and Request for Application as soon as possible to: Penny Pendola, Ed.D. Director of Human Resources Diocese of Oakland 2121 Harrison Street, Suite 100 Oakland, CA 94612 510-893-4711 Fax 510-763-8055
Principal, St. Joseph’s Basilica Catholic Elementary School - Alameda
St. Joseph’s Basilica Catholic Elementary School is a K through 8th grade school located in the city of Alameda in Alameda County serving the cities of Alameda, San Leandro and Oakland. St. Joseph’s Basilica Catholic Elementary School enrolls 270 students with a professional staff of 27 and is fully accredited by WCEA/WASC with before- and after-school Extended Care. Candidates for principal must be active practicing Catholics, possess a California Teaching Credential and a California Administrative Credential or be enrolled in an Administrative Credential Program as well as have at least five years in Catholic educational teaching or administration. The candidate must be able to provide spiritual and educational leadership for the school as well as be responsible for the day-to-day administration, including financial management. Candidates are expected to take an active role as a member of the parish staff and work collaboratively with the Pastor and pastoral staff. Excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for maintaining a school with a strong Catholic identity and academic program are a must. Salary is based upon the Diocesan Scale and depends on qualifications and experience. Benefits include: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Long and Short Term Disability Insurance, and Retirement. Send Letter of Intent and Request for Application as soon as possible to: Penny Pendola, Ed.D. Director of Human Resources Diocese of Oakland 2121 Harrison Street, Suite 100 Oakland, CA 94612 510-893-4711 Fax 510-763-8055
St. Martin de Porres Middle School – Religion Teacher (PART-TIME) – Oakland, CA
This is a part-time teaching position. Salary is based upon the Diocesan Scale and depends on qualifications and experience. To apply please e-mail resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
Religious Studies Teacher – St. Ignatius Prep – San Francisco, CA
To Apply: http://www.siprep.org/page.cfm?p=3826
Faith Formation Positions
Jr. High Coordinator/Administrative Assistant - St. Raymond, Dublin
Seeking candidates for this full time position to assist the Coordinator of Youth/Young Adult Ministry in providing catechetical formation, opportunities for youth/young adults to enhance their personal faith, and implementation of the plan for youth ministry according to the USCCB. Will work under the Youth Ministry Coordinator to provide administrative support for all youth ministry activities as well as providing catechetical formation for junior high youth. Candidate will be an active member of a Catholic parish, and proficient in Microsoft Office and social media. Will demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills along with organizational and multi-tasking skills. Classification M-1. Submit letter of interest, resume and three references by June 15 to Shannon Collyer, firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Jr High Coordinator/Administrative Assistant.
Director of Music Ministries - St. Theresa Parish, Oakland
St. Theresa parish in Oakland seeks a Director of Music Ministries. Primary responsibilities include coordinating all choirs (adult and children), training cantors, and working collaboratively with liturgical committee and pastoral staff to plan liturgical celebrations. Will be the primary contact for music for all weddings and funerals. This position may also include duties and assume responsibilities as mutually agreed upon with the pastor and school principal. Successful candidate will have a vision for the further development of multi-generational programs and assist at school liturgies. The qualified applicant should have a thorough knowledge of Catholic music and liturgy. Accompaniment skills are a plus. This position is classified as M-3 and compensated according to diocesan guidelines. It may also be a part-time position. Position begins July 1, 2014. The search committee will interview qualified, interested candidates beginning June 9. Please direct all inquiries and a resume by June 7 to Fr. Robert McCann, Pastor, email@example.com or 30 Mandalay Road, Oakland, CA 94618.
Coordinator of Liturgy at Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska
The Coordinator of Liturgy for Campus Ministry/St. John's Parish at Creighton University reports to the Director of Campus Ministry and the Pastor of St. John’s Parish. The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (minimum degree; a master’s degree is desirable) in Pastoral Ministry, Liturgy, Theology, Divinity, or related field, and experience working as a coordinator of liturgy in a Catholic setting. Candidate must have a thorough working knowledge of Catholic liturgy. Understanding of Ignatian Spirituality and Jesuit education is preferred. The Coordinator of Liturgy:
• Is responsible for planning, organizing, and overseeing our University and St. John’s parish liturgies, including Mass of the Holy Spirit, Fall and Spring Baccalaureate Masses, Welcome and Founders’ Week masses, the Interfaith Prayer Service and all daily and weekend liturgies, in addition to special memorial and other occasional prayer services.
• Is an integral member of the Campus Ministry staff and collaborates with the Liturgy Team and parish staff in the position.
• Keeps current minister and presider schedules and makes these available online through the St. John’s and Campus Ministry web sites.
• Recruits and trains lectors, Eucharistic ministers, liturgical assistants, sacristans and other pastoral ministers for their roles in University and parish liturgies.
• Provides for ongoing formation for all liturgical ministers.
• Provides for periodic feedback and evaluation of the quality of liturgies at Creighton/St. John’s.
• Collaborates with the pastor of St. John’s, the Director of Music Ministry, and a Liturgy Team.
• Represents Campus Ministry and St. John’s at all-University planning meetings for liturgical worship.
• Meets weekly to co-facilitate a student-centered Sunday reading reflection group.
• Other duties as specified.
Please apply online at Creighton University’s Human Resources Careers website:
Director of Music Ministry - St. Augustine Parish, Oakland
St. Augustine Catholic Church is a small parish seeking a dynamic Director of Music Ministry responsible for ministry leadership including directing, maintaining and growing a vibrant music ministry in coordination with the church's overall vision. The director will rehearse, direct and recruit cantors, children, teen, and adult music ministers for worship through traditional and contemporary music styles. Qualifications include a music degree (or equivalent in music ministry experience), proficiency in teaching and leading vocal and instrumental ensembles, communication/organizational skills, knowledge and familiarity with sacred music in context of the Roman Catholic liturgy. Part-time; Hours negotiable. Salary commensurate with experience, education and training. Deadline to apply: May 30, 2014. Position begins: August 1, 2014. Email letter of interest/resume to: Linda Prara-Jenkins at Raiderjenkins@att.net.
Spirituality and Chaplaincy Positions
Social Justice Positions
Assistant Director, Center for Faith and Justice – Xavier University – Cincinnati, OH
(Service, Justice, and Immersion focus) Xavier University, a Catholic institution in the Jesuit tradition, invites applications for the position of Assistant Director of the Center for Faith and Justice with a focus on Service, Justice and Immersion programming. As a Jesuit Catholic University we are committed to deepening our recognition of the sacred and pursuing the common good. In a community forged from diversity, the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice challenges and supports Xavier’s diverse constituents as they pursue these complimentary ends. Through faith formation and education for social change, we seek to equip students to live in a diverse world where faith matters and justice is imperative. Inspired by Ignatian spirituality and Catholic Social Teaching, the Center is built on the invitation to find God in all things and the principles of solidarity and the common good. The Assistant Director of Service, Justice and Immersion programs will play a vital role in this endeavor. This 12 month position has a start date of July 1, 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: advise, coordinate and empower the student Board for the Alternative Breaks program, including assistance with Board and Site leader training, strategic planning and participant recruitment; create, build and manage the Center’s new faith-based immersion programs; collaborate with faculty on immersion and developmental programming; assist with the Center’s development of Service and Justice programming; coordinate the Center’s efforts to promote post-graduate service to Xavier’s undergraduate student population; represent the department in collaborative efforts across the university to enhance student learning. This position requires frequent work during nights and weekends.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social Work, Sociology, Theology, Higher Education or a related field. Two years of professional experience in a related setting. Experience working as part of a team. Three to five years of experience in working with college-age student programs and familiarity with Ignatian spirituality and Jesuit education is preferred.
Apply by Thursday, May 22 at https://careersatxavier.silkroad.com/
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Family Service Counselor - Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services (CFCS)
Looking for a meaningful job serving families? CFCS is seeking Catholic individuals that have previous sales experience and strong customer service skills. This sales position involves making cemetery arrangements and advising families on advance planning for funeral and cemetery services. Candidates should enjoy making presentations and guiding families to an informed decision on important end-of-life decisions. Excellent compensation for motivated individuals which includes salary plus commissions, performance incentives, and health and retirement benefits.
Candidates should be career-minded, caring individuals who want to succeed and grow in this meaningful work. Qualifications should include but are not limited to a minimum of two years sales and customer service work experience with the following abilities: excellent communication skills (outbound/inbound phone calls and in person); excellent time management skills and goal-setting skills; comfortable working in a performance-based environment; ability to serve families in a professional, respectful and timely manner; ability to work and make decisions under pressure; detail oriented; willingness to learn and grow; bilingual (English/Spanish) required.
Please email resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org