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School of the Madeleine is a large Catholic school located in the Bay Park area of San Diego and is part of St. Mary Magdalene Parish. It serves children from preschool through eighth grade.  It has a current enrollment of 599 students, consisting of 56 preschoolers and 543 students in kindergarten through eighth grade.  The school serves 424 families.

At the present time, our preschool includes 3-year olds, 4-year olds, and a junior kindergarten.  The kindergarten program offers options to meet the needs of the students.  These options include a traditional one-year, a pre-first, and a two-year placement for students who need the gift of time.  In addition, there are two classes of each grade from first through eighth.

School of the Madeleine’s staff includes the principal, a full-time vice principal, nineteen classroom teachers, eight auxiliary teachers (two P.E., two math, librarian, music, computer, Spanish), one preschool director, three preschool teachers, sixteen classroom aides, two office staff members, bookkeeper, administrative assistant, and a counselor. 

There are two campuses.  Preschool and kindergarten are located across the street from the main school.  It has its own lunch and playground areas.  Students in kindergarten come across the street for P.E. and library.  The main school campus includes classrooms for first through eighth grade, a resource building, extended care/ P.E. office, and a science lab.  The resource building has a large library, computer lab, advanced math classroom for grades 5 and 6, teacher workroom, faculty lounge, and custodial room.  The main campus includes a grass field, stadium seating, running track, basketball courts, play structure, and swings. 

The primary responsibility of the principal at School of the Madeleine is to provide a strong Catholic identity where faith permeates every aspect of school life.  Because of the size of the school, the principal must also be a strong leader, an efficient administrator, an effective communicator, and be able to multi task.  Some of the required tasks include:  implementing the philosophy of the school; knowing curriculum and instruction; supervising personnel, staff, and students; formulating and monitoring financial operations; and developing long term goals for stability.  This individual must also be capable of initiating and overseeing maintenance projects.    

The Diocese of San Diego is seeking a qualified, experienced and transformational educational leader who is deeply committed to furthering the development of the faith life and academic excellence of a preschool-through-8th grade parish school located in San Diego, California. 


Vision Statement:
Each student at School of the Madeleine is a unique creation of God actively involved in the process of his or her own spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth.  The administration, teachers, staff, and parents, as the primary educators, are committed to the development of each child by providing loving support, inspiration, and quality instruction, while integrating Catholic values, traditions, and worship throughout the school environment.


Principal Qualifications:
Religious:
The Principal shall:

  • be a leader/facilitator of the school faith community
  • be a practicing Roman Catholic with understanding of the Catholic faith
  • be deeply committed to the development of his/her own faith and that of the parents, teachers and students
  • be understanding and dedicated to the ministry of Catholic education

Professional:
The Principal shall:

  • have five years of teaching experience, ideally a minimum of five years in Catholic Schools
  • have a Master’s Degree in school administration and/or California Administrative Credential or at least 5 years administrative experience within Catholic education
  • have the ability to verbalize and clarify philosophy of Catholic School Education based upon church documents relevant to religious education
  • demonstrate leadership ability in past or present educational assignments

Principal Job Description:  The principal has, as delegate of the pastor, immediate responsibility for implementing the philosophy of the school in its regular operation.  A school principal has the responsibility to:

  • Implement the philosophy of the school in its regular operations
  • Administer the total school program
  • Supervise and evaluate: a) Professional personnel; b) Auxiliary support staff; c) Students
  • Provide instructional leadership
  • Monitor the financial operations of the school (in conjunction with the parish business manager) and report to the pastor, the finance council, and diocesan finance officeCooperate with the Coordinator of Development for the School and the PTG Board and other groups to promote a development program for the school’s financial stability

Salary:  Negotiated based upon experience, education and qualifications
 
Upon receipt of a resume and cover letter, candidates may be interviewed by the Director of Schools, and an application form will be forwarded to and completion requested from prospective candidates.  Applications will then be reviewed and references contacted.  Names, resumes and/or applications will be forwarded to the pastor.  All acceptable candidates will be interviewed by the School of the Madeleine Interview Committee, chaired by the Pastor.  (Candidates contacted for interview will travel at their own expense)

Please submit cover letter and resume to: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/Jobs?countyID=0&districtID=6141
 
Deadline for Resume/Letter of Interest:  Wednesday, April 26

Academy of Our Lady of Peace
Job Opening
Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction


http://www.aolp.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/


The Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP), an all girls’, Catholic high school in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ), located in San Diego, is currently seeking to hire an Assistant Principal of Instruction for the 2017-2018 school year to begin July 1, 2017.  The Assistant Principal of Instruction reports directly to the Assistant Head of School and is responsible for all areas of the school pertaining to curriculum, classroom instruction, teacher supervision and professional development. Additionally, this position works in partnership with counselors, librarian(s), attendance, admissions and technology to move forward the school’s mission and vision.


OLP is a school of 750 girls and a diverse, college preparatory community that strives to educate the hearts and minds of our young women in the tradition of the CSJ.  In addition, the school operates within a Bring Your Own Device platform and is committed  to fostering a strong emphasis on 21st Century Learning skills throughout the curriculum. The school embraces a professional culture, focused on innovation, continuous improvement, lifelong learning, research-based best practices and data driven decision making.


Candidates should have current high school administrative experience in technology integration, 21st century skill integration, and curriculum leadership. Candidates should currently possess a California Administrative Credential, and a Masters degree in Education or equivalent.
All applicants should apply through the EdJoin link and should include a cover letter specifically identifying how they have helped to lead the integration of technology and 21st century skills in the school’s they have served in, along with a resume.


A competitive salary and benefits package is offered, commensurate with experience.


POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction


Role: The Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction models the highest standards of professional and collegial conduct thereby supporting the school's mission statement and philosophy. The Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction initiates and demonstrates leadership and management skills by promoting positive faculty, staff and student collaboration while fostering high expectations, excellence, creativity and outstanding achievement throughout the areas of his/her responsibilities. As a participating member of the school’s executive leadership team, the Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction is expected to implement school policies and practices at all levels of the school’s operations. Specifically, the Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction advises the Assistant Head of School and Head of School regarding the supervision of faculty and staff, and all matters pertaining to curriculum and instruction.


Duties:

  1. Support and participate in all aspects of the school's strategic planning processes.
  2. Develop, implement and administer policies to affect positive student behavior in the school and school related activities.
  3. Support and assist with supervision of cocurricular activities.
  4. Be responsible for the articulation, interpretation, and administration of school policies and procedures affecting student conduct.
  5. Assist in the guidance and counseling to students, parents, and teachers on problems relating to student behavior and/or school climate.
  6. Work with and supervise counselors, teachers and support staff in areas of pupil personnel services.
  7. Coordinate the supervision and evaluation process of the certificated instructional staff.
  8. Oversee the supervision and evaluation of instructional support staff.
  9. Coordinate updates on students as it relates to discipline in partnership with counselors, administrators and the Discipline Board to maintain accurate records of disciplinary actions.
  10. Assist the Head of School and the Assistant Head of School in the improvement of instruction by consulting with the assistant principals, the department chairpersons and the teachers.
  11. Serve as administrative coordinator for WCEA/ WASC accreditation process.
  12. Oversee the annual development the school's master schedule and schedule students and teachers into classes using the school’s SIS database.
  13. Serve on the school’s admissions committee.
  14. Organize and supervise new teacher orientation sessions in partnership with the Lead Teacher; coordinate the new teacher first year training program.
  15. Supervise the administration of student records.
  16. Partner with other assistant principals in the supervision of attendance accounting procedures and staff and provide leadership in developing and administering related practices.
  17. Supervise emergency cards, health cards and immunization records for all students.  Develop health plans for students as necessary.  Inform administrators, teachers, counselors, attendance officer of student health concerns as necessary.
  18. Supervise certain auxiliary services and programs such as data processing, staff development, operations (for academics), technology equipment, professional resources, field trips, instructional material acquisitions, guidance and counseling, awards night, back to school night, student-parent-teacher conferences, peer tutoring, student curriculum committee and other special programs assigned.
  19. Assist in the leadership of the curriculum council for curriculum planning and development and assist in supervising the development of new or revised curricula. 
  20. Oversee and supervise the allocation of resources for learning support materials.  Develop, update and oversee the textbook acquisition process for students and teachers.
  21. Oversee budgets for academic and counseling departments.
  22. Assist the counseling department in issues pertaining to college admissions for students going to college, UC approved courses, NCAA admissions, etc.
  23. Supervise the development and implementation of standards across the curriculum.
  24. Attend Executive Leadership team meetings and retreats.
  25. Serve as a delegate of the Head of School in interpreting the school's mission, philosophy, and instructional program and attend meetings of school committees and the board of directors as required.

To whom responsible: Assistant Head of School & Head of School

Position Title:  Catholic Elementary School Principal                                    
Hours:   Full time
Supervised by:  President                                                          
FLSA Status: Exempt


Position Summary:  Mater Dei Juan Diego Academy (MDJDA), in coordination with the Diocese of San Diego, is seeking a qualified and experienced educational leader. A qualified candidate is someone who is deeply committed to further the development of the faith and academic excellence of the school. MDJDA is a single classroom Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through third grade school located in Chula Vista, California. The position is effective July 1, 2017.  Presently, MDJDA has the following enrollment: TK – 3rd = 148 students.   Each year MDJDA will add one grade until it is a TK through eighth grade school.  For more information about the school, please visit www.jdacv.org.

Mater Dei Juan Diego Academy is excited to be the first Catholic School in San Diego to offer a 50/50 dual language Spanish/English immersion curriculum rooted in the S.T.R.E.A.M. education model (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Math). The goal of this model is to educate the child as a whole while incorporating spirituality and fostering faith.  MDJDA is located on a 48-acre campus along with Mater Dei Catholic High School.


Primary Responsibilities:  The Principal will report to the President and have immediate responsibility for implementing the philosophy and vision of the school in its regular operation.  The Principal has the responsibility to:

1) Administer the total school program of spiritual, emotional and academic growth through:

  • Meeting the dual immersion goals of academic achievement, bilingualism, biliteracy and biculturalism for all students.
  • Catholic values
  • Individual student success

2) Supervise and evaluate:

  • Professional personnel
  • Auxiliary support staff
  • Students

3) Supervise curriculum development, instructional planning, and evaluate learning.
4) Monitor the scope and sequence of dual language curriculum.
5) Coordinate the administration of co-curricular activities.
6) Monitor the financial operations of the school in conjunction with the CFO and President.
7) Serve on the school Advisory Board. 


Qualifications:
The Principal shall be:
1) A leader/facilitator of the school faith community and a practicing Roman Catholic.
2) Have a minimum of five years of experience working in a dual language school.
3) Have a minimum of five years of successful administrative experience.
4) Have a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and/or California Administrative Credential.
5) Demonstrate leadership ability in past or present educational experiences.
6) Must be Bilingual. (English/Spanish)

Salary:  $95,000 - $105,000 based upon experience, education and qualifications.

Application Process:
Please send current résumé with cover letter to:
Zury G. Guptill
Human Resources
Mater Dei Catholic High School
zguptill@materdeicatholic.org

All acceptable candidates will be interviewed by MDJDA Interview Committee. 

The position has not been approved for relocation assistance or travel expense reimbursement.
Deadline for Résumé /Letter of Interest:
Friday, March 31, 2017 or until the position is filled.

Position Title: Preschool Teacher Aide                                                    
Hours:  Part time
Supervised by:  Preschool Director                                                             
FLSA Status:  Non-exempt


Position Summary:   The aide will work with the teachers supervising a classroom of preschool children. The preschool teacher aide is responsible for assisting the preschool teachers and other staff in implementing program curriculum, preparation of classroom, and outdoor activities.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Aide will assist in supervision of children and participate in general classroom and facility cleaning
  • Assists in snack and meal preparation
  • Assists in implementing curriculum
  • Oversees outdoor activities ensuring a safe environment  for the children at all times
  • Ensures a caring and safe learning environment for all staff and children
  • Assure compliance with applicable state and county codes and regulations
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Ability to lift children up to 50lbs from the floor to waist height.
  • Able to sit on the floor, kneel or crouch down to assist children’s needs.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Friendly with excellent people skills
  • Professional demeanor
  • Thorough knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church

Education and Experience:

Must have one of the following qualifications:

a)High school diploma, 6 units of child development and enrolled in at least 2 semester units at a college until fully qualified.
b)High school diploma, 12 core semester units and 6 months work experience working in a child care center
c)High school diploma, Child Development associates credential with appropriate age endorsement and 6 months experience, Child Development associate teacher permit/ teacher permit/ master teacher permit

 

  • Current pediatric CPR/ first aid certificate
  • Background clearance by Livescan
  • Negative TB test must be completed  prior to employment

Please submit your cover letter and resume to kkrische@sdcatholic.org . In the subject line of your email please reference "PT Preschool Teacher Aide at Corpus Christi Preschool".

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher
STATUS/HOURS:  Part time
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director


Position Summary: The preschool teacher with the support of a co-teacher will be responsible for the general supervision and management of a class of up to twenty four children between the ages of two and five years of age. The classroom teachers are responsible for the direct supervision of the teacher's aide.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Planning, supervising and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of the School
  • Gearing   the program to the needs of the individual children with concern for their interests, special needs, talents, and individual style and pace of learning
  • Considering individual children in relationship to their cultural and socioeconomic background.
  • Treating children with dignity and respect
  • Helping children to become aware of their roles as integral member  of a group
  • Being responsible for the ordered arrangement, appearance, decor and learning environment of the classroom
  • Assuming an equal share of the joint housekeeping  responsibilities of the staff after the children have either departed or are under the supervision of another teacher
  • Attending all staff meetings
  • Planning and implementing one staff training meeting each school year
  • Participating in recommended training programs , conferences, courses and other aspects of professional growth
  • Conducting  parent conferences on children's school adjustment and classroom  behavior
  • Assisting in the ongoing evaluation procedures needed  to assess the development levels of the children
  • Participating in public relations events sponsored  by the school  shall include open house, Christmas program, orientation night and moving on ceremony
  • Conducting parent conferences when needed
  • Constantly able to supervise up to 12 children alone without supervision and support.
  • Ability to lift children up to 50lbs from the floor to waist height.
  • Able to sit on the floor, kneel or crouch down to assist children’s needs.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • The professional hired shall have completed at least twenty four units in Child Development courses, and shall have at least one year experience working in a child care center. 
  • a Child Abuse Index Check and clear TB
  • The School expects the applicant to be not only qualified by licensing requirements but also to be a sensitive, mature individual who is free to work in a Catholic School environment

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  kkrische@sdcatholic.org. In the subject line of your email, please reference "PT Preschool Teacher at Corpus Christi"

Position Title:  Extended School Services Aide
Status/Hours:  Part Time:  Monday – Friday 2:00 pm – 6:30 pm; 11:45 am – 6:30 pm on minimum days (approx. 1-2 per month); Weekends and holidays off
FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt
Reports To: School Principal


Position Summary:  Responsible for the general supervision and management of children from grades Kindergarten through 8.

 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and interacting with students in accordance with the policies and philosophy of St. Michael’s School
  • Assisting students with homework and other school assignments
  • Providing snacks
  • Conducting organized indoor and outdoor play activities

Contact:  For rate and additional details, please email courtney.matthies@smspoway.org

Positions available in the Diocese of San Diego Schools.

https://www.edjoin.org/Home/Jobs?countyID=0&districtID=6141

 

 

 

PARISHES

POSITION TITLE:  High School Youth Coordinator
REPORTS TO:  Pastor and Parish Office Manager for day to day
FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt
HOURS: 20 hours/wk., days, evenings, weekends and holidays as required


POSITION SUMMARY:  Responsible for the coordination and administration of high school youth programs of the Parish in both English and Spanish.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES and DUTIES

  • Coordinate 9th-12th grade comprehensive Youth Program including Confirmation program and sacramental preparation for older students.
  • Plan annual High School youth ministry and event calendars in conjunction with parish calendar with input from youth, volunteer catechists, Parish Pastor.
  • Meet regularly with the Parish Pastor to review program progress.
  • Coordinate weekly evening Teen Life Nights including the areas of preparation, set up, execution, and clean up.
  • Help maintain social media and communication channels
  • Lead weekly High School leadership group currently meeting on appropriate days and evenings.
  • Lead and coordinate teens on retreat, at special events and coordinate volunteer assistants as needed.
  • Participate in relational ministry with teens throughout the week.
  • Assist with marketing and promoting of youth ministry events.
  • Design and coordinate ongoing fundraising efforts and create innovative programs or plans to continue to connect our youth ministry movement with our donors and parishioners at-large .
  • Recruit and screen all appropriate volunteers according to Diocesan guidelines.
  • With consultation and collaboration from the Pastor, the Diocesan professional staff, and pastoral staff, Youth Coordinator selects appropriate materials of use in all education programs.
  • Develops a budget in collaboration with the Pastor and oversees implementation and accountability of all monies related to the position.
  • Maintain appropriate records of high school youth
  • Other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISION of OTHERS:  This position does not require the supervision of others.


POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Skills/Knowledge and/or Abilities

  • An understanding of Catholic Stewardship and how to apply the principles of Stewardship to the responsibilities and duties assigned.
  • An entrepreneurial spirit, creative, enthusiastic, consultative decision making and the ability to navigate changes on the spur of the moment.
  • Ability for independence in judgment in carrying out the duties and responsibilities of the position; ability to express ideas clearly and concisely; 
  • Ability to relate to the emotional state of high school youth.
  • Active, participating member of the Catholic Church, and excellent knowledge and adherence to Church teaching and life. 
  • Must maintain appropriate certifications and attend enrichment courses and programs as appropriate.
  • Skill in planning and organization and the ability to adjust to changing priorities.
  • Courteous manners with others, punctual, meticulous, and reliable.
  • Ability to work independently without supervision when needed.
  • Sensitivity to various cultures which make up the Church of the Resurrection and surrounding community.
  • Knowledgeable in the use of social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google document sharing

Education & Experience:
Required

  • Teaching experience with high school youth catechetical programs as described by the Diocese of San Diego.
  • Proficient in English, written and spoken.
  • Working knowledge of the MSOffice suite.
  • Experience and understanding of the organizational and evaluative procedures to maintain religious education programs of high school youth.
  • Through experience and education, a strong understanding of Catholic Liturgy, Catholic teachings, Catholic faith, and Catholic principles.
  • Current California Catechist Certificate and completed or enrolled in CMC Certificate Program for Youth Ministry.
  • 1 to 3 years active experience in coordinating/leading high school youth ministry.
  • B.A. or M.A. in Religious Education, Catechesis, Theology, or Pastoral Ministry preferred or enrolled as a student in a college degree program for a minimum of two years.
  • At least 21 years old.
  • Successful completion of parish Safe Environment program.
  • Bilingual English-Spanish preferred.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: 

Georgiana Partida

760-747-2322 X207 

gpartida@resurrectionchurch.org

Position Title: Front Office Staff, Receptionist
Parish: Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Hours:  Part time (mornings)
Supervised by:  Business Manager

Introduction:  The Catholic Parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in San Diego is a Catholic community located in the Rancho Peñasquitos area.  This parish has approximately 2,400 registered families that are active in their faith and who support the various and with a dynamic faith formation and ministries.  This is an active parish that requires Front Office Staff that can manage and properly communicate with the pastor, parish staff and community.  This position requires a working knowledge in parish administration, as well as, knowledge of diocesan policies and procedures.

Purpose of Employing Front Office Staff:  To assure many of the day to day administration functions of the church run smoothly

Qualified candidates should be someone with:

  • Good administrative skills and front office experience
  • Knowledge of parish operations and church doctrine
  • Ability to follow procedures for the successful support of the parish
  • working understanding of general office technology
  • In-depth knowledge of MS Office and other programs designed to help run the office administration

Please submit your cover letter and resume to mfischer@olmc-sandiego.org.

OTHER

Title: Director, Faith Formation and Evangelization
Division:  Chancellor
Department: Faith Formation and Evangelization
Reports To: Chancellor
EEOC Classification:  Professional/Exempt (E-9), Full Time


Basic Functions:  In conjunction with the Bishop and the Chancellor in advancing the mission of the Diocese of Oakland, the Director assumes all administrative and organizational responsibilities for the department and its staff.   The Director supports and promotes the Catholic Church’s teachings on faith formation and evangelization and ensures its commitment and integration throughout every aspect of Catholic life and ministry within the Diocese.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Sets the vision of the department through listening and consulting sessions throughout the diocese.  Develops and maintains a plan of outreach and consultation for the department to the parishes.
  • Provides professional leadership by developing, reviewing and revising departmental goals/objectives and oversees their implementation.
  • Manages ongoing organization, job descriptions, in-services, supervision and evaluation of 12 staff members.  Recruits and hires new staff as needed.
  • Directs all departmental activities; promotes support for key departmental events and initiatives by being present when reasonably possible.
  • Develops and supervises the department’s budget.
  • Oversees all departmental communications (web page, newsletters) correspondence and reports.
  • Maintains a favorable working relationship with Chancery departments to foster and promote a cooperative working climate.
  • Directs projects as assigned by the Bishop and BAC.  Represents the Bishop and his mission as needed.
  • Provides oversight and support of the religious education of children and youth in our religious education programs.
  • Chairs and/or participates in advisory boards, committees, and task forces as requested or needed.
  • Attend meetings with the California Conference, USCCB, Region XI, and other related organizations.  Communication with leadership as needed.
  • Resources the Bishop of Oakland on Catholic evangelization and catechesis as needed.
  • Directs and supports an evangelizing perspective throughout the Diocese (parishes, deaneries, regions, and departments) which calls all people to conversion to Jesus Christ and full communion with the Catholic Church.
  • Directs the planning, development and coordination of programs that are consistent with international, national, and local plans for the realization of evangelization and catechetical goals.
  • Draft correspondence and other documents and papers.
  • Demonstrate the ability to guide, customize, and follow through on all expected responsibilities for effective programming.
  • Demonstrate the ability to adapt the program to meet the needs of the organization by resolving problems, answering questions, and addressing concerns promptly and effectively.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work in a collaborative style in a team environment.
  • Display genuine interest and care for the people of the diocese by honoring the cultural context and personality distinctions.
  • May be given various other assignments and projects consistent with the responsibility level and general duties of a Department Director.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to manage a large team of professionals.
  • Demonstrated success with setting and executing goals/objectives.
  • Manage budget. 
  • Possess excellent communication, organizational and administrative skills.
  • Display proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
  • Fluent in written and spoken Spanish, preferred.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Theology, or related theological field. Masters preferred.
  • Knowledge of Catholic evangelization and catechetical documents.
  • A minimum of five (5) to seven (7) years of experience in related field. 
  • Working knowledge of Diocesan structures, parishes and operations.
  • Other Required: A Catholic who supports, lives and communicates the teachings of the Catholic Church; ability to provide own transportation; valid CDL and verification of auto insurance; availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.

How to Apply:  The position is available July 1, 2017 with a salary that is competitive and commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates should apply online and submit electronically a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to Gloria Espinoza: gespinoza@oakdiocese.org by 5:00 pm, Friday May 5, 2017.

Position Title: Associate Director, Office for Young Adult Ministry      
Hours:   Full time (35 hours/week)
Supervised by:  Director, Office for Young Adult Ministry                           
FLSA Status:  Exempt


POSITION SUMMARY:  The Associate Director works alongside the Director of the Office for Young Adult Ministry which provides guidance and support to parish Young Adult Ministry programs and leadership as they strive to meet the needs of young adults (ages 18-39, married and single). The Office for Young Adult Ministry also provides direct support to young adults in the diocese through its regularly scheduled events. The principal objectives of this position are outreach, evangelization, pastoral care, and faith formation.


PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Diocesan Programming: Create, develop, maintain, and grow diocesan and parish young adult ministry programs and other forms of outreach for young adults. Examples include: Theology on Tap, Mega Mass, Annual Retreat, service opportunities, etc..
  • Diocesan Collaboration: Engage the various diocesan offices, such as youth ministry, vocations, family life and spirituality, social ministries, cultural diversity in the programming and events for young adults.
  • Parish Collaboration and Consulting: Provide consultative services and assistance to parishes on issues related to young adults and young adult ministry via discipleship models of evangelization.
  • Ministry Training and leadership development: Provide training for parish young adult leaders through regular leadership training programs, ministry workshops, and one-on-one mentoring.
  • Visioning:  Articulate and actualize the findings of the recent Task Force on young adult ministry through strategizing best practices in the diocese, based on the goals of the office director, diocesan synod(s), and implementation of life-stages model. 
  • Advocacy:   Be a voice for all young adults in the life and work of the Catholic Church in the diocese as well as individual parishes. 
  • Pastoral Ministry: Respond to individual young adult needs and requests, and connect them to the local parish community and other appropriate resources.
  • Evaluation: Continually evaluate, brainstorm, and strive to improve young adult outreach and ministry on both the diocesan and parish levels.
  • In addition to the above, the associate director is expected to avail him/herself of appropriate professional and spiritual development opportunities, attend to the administrative aspects of the office and oversee the Hispanic young adult ministry movements.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • Proven, mature decision making skills
  • Must have an evangelical spirit, be welcoming, friendly, and approachable
  • Thorough knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.  Must be a practicing Catholic.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Studies, or equivalent required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Three to five years’ experience in youth, young adult, or campus ministry. Parish and diocesan based experience is a plus.
  • Proven experience with creating, designing, developing, and implementing ministry programs
  • Articulate communicator with advanced presentation skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Publisher and PowerPoint. Website management helpful.
  • Bilingual preferred (Spanish)

WORKING CONDITIONS:  This position will involve frequent evening and weekend engagements. Office hours will be maintained with some flexibility.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  kkrische@sdcatholic.org . In the subject line of your email please reference "Associate Director- Young Adults".

POSITION TITLE:  Associate Director, Office for Human Resources
HOURS:  Full Time
FLSA STATUS:  Exempt
REPORTS TO:  Director of Human Resources


POSITION SUMMARY:  The Associate Director reports to the Director, Office for Human Resources and, along with Director, supports diocesan parishes and schools by providing leadership, consultation and hands-on assistance with regard to personnel matters including conflict resolution, parish/school restructuring, employment law, diocesan policy interpretation/application, wage & hour issues, classification issues, organization planning, etc.  Responsible for oversight of benefits and compensation.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a key advisor to Pastoral Center leadership, pastors and principals by building relationships demonstrating trustworthiness, HR/business acumen, hands-on assistance, and results.
  • Participate in annual review of health, dental and other benefit coverage/costs: if needed, propose alternative suggestions to improve plan design, program administration or expense control.
  • Manage, administer and effectively communicate diocesan benefit programs including Lay Employee Pension Plan.
  • Review/investigate individual employee complaints and seek to reach appropriate resolution. 
  • Respond to employee requests for assistance and information regarding employee-related matters while being sensitive to potential underlying issues.
  • Provide coaching, counselling and hands-on assistance to pastors/principals regarding conflict resolution, internal investigations, discipline and terminations.
  • Identify current or potential problem areas and possible solutions; initiate corrective action when necessary, seeking appropriate approvals.
  • Work with inside and outside counsel to address legal or agency complaints.
  • Assist Vicar General, Vicar for Clergy and Chancellor in staff matters at the Pastoral Center

Knowledge and skills:

  • Working knowledge of federal, state and local labor laws and regulations coupled with a strong understanding of employee relations practices and the legal/compliance aspects of human resources.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the confidence to state a leadership position on difficult issues.  Must be able to articulate and explain complex issues to parish/school/pastoral center leadership in a clear, non-technical, user-friendly manner.
  • Ability to positively influence people, including the ability to be direct and frank in communicating issues and opinions coupled with a solutions-focused approach.
  • Willingness to engage in constructive debate with the confidence to appropriately challenge the opinions of others while creating an atmosphere of respect.  This includes having confidence in one’s capabilities and the technical expertise to be effective.  Must be a self-reliant person who can handle conflict and sell ideas.
  • Excellent analytical skills; able to apply functional knowledge to solve problems and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities.
  • Excellent organizational, administrative and interpersonal skills.
  • Bilingual – English/Spanish a plus
  • Leadership style characterized by openness, trust, collegiality and creativity, coupled with decisiveness.
  • Has understanding and strong commitment to the tenets, values and mission of the Catholic Church.

Experience and Education:

  • Minimum of 12-15 years of Human Resources management experience
  • Demonstrated experience in providing exemplary Human Resources services in a multi-site organization
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related major
  • Strong presentation skills; ability to prepare and make presentations that are cogent and compelling.
  • Experience working directly in, or managing, compensation and benefits
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word, PPT etc.)

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  kkrische@sdcatholic.org . In the subject line of your email please reference "Associate Director - HR".

POSITION TITLE:  Bi-Lingual Cemetery Associate

STATUS:  Part time, Two days/week

Old Mission San Luis Rey is looking for a bi-lingual (Spanish/English) Cemetery Associate. The ideal candidate has experience in sales, customer service and administration. They are empathetic without getting emotional and have worked with grieving families or individuals. They are familiar with the Catholic Funeral Liturgy, have strong computer skills and have excellent written and spoken communication skills. They are professional, a good team player, flexible, able to prioritize, a problem solver and quick on their feet.

This is a part-time position , two days per week. Wage commensurate with experience. If interested, please send resume to Jennifer McClintock at cemeterydirector@sanluisrey.org

Position Description: Feasibility Study Coordinator
The Cristo Rey San Diego High School Feasibility Study Committee is seeking a full-time Feasibility Study Coordinator to be engaged as an independent contractor starting immediately. It is anticipated that the Coordinator position will last until completion of the recently commenced Feasibility Study which  normally lasts for 12-18 months. The compensation for this position depends on the experience and qualifications of the candidate. The position manages and executes the Pre-feasibility Study and the Feasibility Study Phase of the Cristo Rey Network Replication Process for the opening of a proposed new Cristo Rey Network High School in San Diego. Under the direction of the Feasibility Study Committee Chair, the Coordinator is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of the Study, managing and supporting the tasks of the Feasibility Study Committee, and providing the Cristo Rey Network with the information and requirements necessary to determine the feasibility of successfully opening a Cristo Rey high school in San Diego.


Primary Areas of Responsibility Include:

  • Function as a liaison between the Feasibility Study Committee and Cristo Rey Network office
  • Research demographic information about the community the prospective Cristo Rey school will serve
  • Research economic background and data about the local metropolitan area in order to determine the feasibility of a Corporate Work Study Program
  • Research local businesses and organize meetings with local businesses in order to interest them in participation in the Corporate Work-Study Program
  • Interview and/or survey community leaders and prospective parents and students
  • Schedule monthly Feasibility Study Committee meetings and other meetings of the Committee and its Subcommittees
  • Assist in scheduling, planning for and coordinating social events as directed by the Committee Chair
  • Collaborate with Committee members to prepare both a budget for the study and a five-year budget for the future Cristo Rey school
  • Prepare grant application and assist with other development and fundraising efforts as directed by Committee Chair
  • Compile and manage a database of contacts from government organizations, potential business partners, etc.
  • Provide day-to-day support to committee chair and members
  • Draft and edit the Feasibility Study Application and the Feasibility Study Report (including all necessary requirements) for submission to the Cristo Rey Network and Cristo Rey Network Board
  • Attend Cristo Rey Network meetings and travel to existing Cristo Rey schools as needed

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred)
  • 2 – 3 years of work experience, preferably in a start-up organization or similar environment
  • Candidates should be passionate about transforming the lives of low-income youth through education
  • Proficiency in both Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint

All applicants should submit a resume, contact information for references, and a statement indicating why he or she would be appropriate for this position.  Email application materials to Constance Martin at cmartin@cristoreynetwork.org.

The Cristo Rey San Diego High School Feasibility Study is an equal opportunity organization and does not discriminate in its employment policies and practices on the basis of race, color, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, disability, marital status, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

The Cristo Rey Network provides a quality, Catholic, college preparatory education to young people who live in urban communities with limited education to young people who live in urban communities with limited educational options. Our mission is clear – college success for Cristo Rey Network students. Visit www.cristoreynetwork.org.

POSITION TITLE:   Director of the Office for Women Religious and Vocations for Consecrated Life
REPORTS TO:  Bishop
FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt
HOURS:  Part-time (17.5 hours/week)


Position Summary:  The Office for Women Religious and Vocations is structured to maintain a bond between the Bishop of the diocese and members of religious institutes and other forms of consecrated life. The Director, chosen by the Bishop, serves as his liaison and offers pastoral concern, provides appropariate resources, and facilitates collaborative structures for leaders and members of the various forms of consecrated life to enhance their vocations within the church.
The ministry of the Director is primarily one of service; service to the Bishop when acting as his representative, service to members of consecrated life in areas essential to their growth, and service to the diocese by supporting, in whatever way possible, the vocation to consecrated life.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Administrative

  • To maintain data on members of consecrated life living and ministering in the diocese.
  • To assist the Bishop in preparing reports for Rome.
  • To coordinate the Annual Reirement Appeal Fund for religious or to ensure it’s collection.
  • To provide a means of communication which informs members of consecrated life about apppropriate activities and needs in the diocese.

Support for Women Religious in Diocese

  • To maintain a working relationship with the major superiors of religious institutes with members in the diocese.
  • To serve as a liaison between members of consecrated life and organizations that involve consecrated life.
  • To be available to individual members of consecrated life as a resource for addressing specific needs.
  • To provide opportunities for on-going dialog between the Bishop and members of consecrated life and major superiors of religious institutes.
  • To assist members of consecrated life in preparation of canonical processes.
  • To assure that there are available opportunities for the spiritual, personal, and professional benefits for members of consecrated life.
  • To provide an opportunity in the diocese for members of consecrated life to celebrate jubilees and World Day for Consecrated Life.
  • To attend profession ceremonies, jubilees, funerals, and other special events of members of consecrated life.
  • To be aware of, and sensitive to, the general needs of members of consecrated life and either address these needs and/or bring them to the attention of the Bishop when appropriate.
  • To bring the pastoral concerns of the Bishop to members of consecrated life.
  • To attend national, regional, and diocesan meeetings related to consecrated life and to communciate the results of the same to the Bishop and to the members of consecrated life in the diocese.

Promotion of Vocations

  • To provide or oversee the formation of consecrated virgins.
  • To initiate visits with contemplative orders and diocesan orders, either with the Bishop or alone, and visit other local communities when invited.
  • To assist women in their discernment  for the possibility of a vocation to the Consecrated Life.

Education and Experience:

  • Must be a member of a religious community.
  • Must hold a Master’s Degree in Theology or its equivalency
  • Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
  • Proven expertise in communication and collaboration.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred but not required.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  jlucino@sdcatholic.org. In the subject line of your email please reference "Director of the Office for Women Religious".