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SCHOOLS

St. Columba Catholic School:  (858) 279-1882

Contact:  Ms. Rose Navarro (Principal)

Position Title:  Extended Day Care Director

Status / Hours:  Part Time  M-F  12:00pm -4:pm

FLSA Status:  Non-exempt

Reports to:  Principal

Job Opening:  August 1, 2017                                                     

Job Closing:  Until filled

Job summary:  The Extended Care Director fulfills the mission of the school by coordinating the Extended Care program. The Extended Care Director is responsible for providing an appropriately safe, caring and enriching environment for the children enrolled in the program, which is supportive of the school’s philosophy, organization, and curriculum. The Extended Care Director prepares activities, assists with the needs of students, and supports learning by creating an atmosphere where students can complete homework.

Essential job functions:

  •  Supports and upholds the philosophy of Catholic education and the mission of the school
  •  Acts as a witness to Gospel values by modeling the teachings of the Catholic Church
  •  Supports and adheres to the Code of Conduct and policies and procedures of the school and   Diocese · Maintains confidentiality regarding school matters
  •  Communicates effectively with students, parents, and other professionals
  • Monitors and assists individual students in groups to support program activities
  • Supervises students in the care of the worker at all times maintaining a consistent headcount  of all children present in the program each day.
  •  Complies with security procedures, including attendance, pick-up, and emergency procedures to ensure the children’s safety
  •  Works in a team environment and encourages open communication regarding concerns/issues with children, parents and co-workers.
  •  Ensures that all staff and children are respectful of school property; ensures all school rules are followed
  •  Prepares program materials
  •  Meets staff development guidelines as set forth by the Diocese/local administration
  •  Demonstrates professionalism in conduct, demeanor, and work habits

 

 Important job functions:

  • Maintains current and accurate records according to program policy
  • Collaborates with peers to enhance the work environment and support program effectiveness · Assists in maintaining facilities used by the program including storage of equipment and cleanup of area · Maintains all supplies, equipment and materials; informs the Director when supplies are needed · Follows directions and handles multiple tasks
  •  Possesses proficient technology skills appropriate to the job

Minimum Qualifications

Education/Certification:

  •  High school diploma or equivalent
  • Must be 21 years or older
  •  Experience working with children

 Knowledge, abilities, and skills:

  • Knowledge of the basic teachings of the Catholic Church
  • Able to communicate effectively in both written and verbal form
  •  Able to work well with others in the school community
  •  Skill in handling multiple tasks simultaneously
  •  Skill in motivating and engaging students providing a positive role model
  • Skill in organizing and relating information in an understandable format
  •  Skill in job appropriate technology
  •  Skill in critical thinking and planning

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher
STATUS/HOURS:  Part Time: M-F 19.5 hrs
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director


JOB OPENING:  August 21, 2017
JOB CLOSING:  Until filled


Position Summary: The professional hired to work as a teacher at St. Columba Preschool will be responsible for the general supervision and management of children between the ages of three and five years of age.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of St. Columba School
  • Respecting and honoring 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
  • Participating in recommended training programs , conferences, courses and other aspects of professional growth
  • Assisting in the ongoing evaluation procedures needed  to assess the development levels of the children
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Participating in public relations events sponsored by the school but not limited to; shall include Back to School Night, Christmas program, Grandparents Day concert, Open House, Moving Up Ceremony, and school fundraisers

Qualifications:
Requirements to Apply:

  • Must possess a California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (12 ECE units) or higher
  • Must submit a minimum of 3 professional references and resume

Requirements upon hire

  • Fingerprint and CMG Background Clearance, CPR and First Aid, and cleared TB test to work in a Licensed Child Care Facility

Applicant's Character Traits:

  • Has experience teaching OR desire to teach and model Catholic values
  • Passion to work with young children and desire to grow as an educator
  • Works well with others
  • Has a positive attitude and enthusiasm for teaching

ST COLUMBA SCHOOL: (858) 279-1882                      PRESCHOOL:  (858) 279-0161
CONTACT:  Ms. Rose Navarro (Principal)                   Preschool Director:  Ms. Trish Gilsdorf

Job Title: American Sign Language Teacher

Overview:  Cathedral Catholic High School teachers prepare students for life after high school by teaching them the knowledge and skills they will need to be successful in college and the workforce.

Minimum Skills/Qualifications: 

  • Demonstrated skills and knowledge of teaching, people skills, communication skills
  • An appreciation for the Catholic spiritual and intellectual traditions, and a willingness and comfort infusing the Catholic faith throughout the curriculum. 
  • A bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language or a related program is required, and a teaching credential is preferred (note:  if someone is hired without a teaching credential, they will be expected to earn a teaching credential within 3 years). 

Responsibilities: Teachers at CCHS will be responsible for the following: 

  • To be familiar with and supportive of the educational philosophy of the school and the diocese of San Diego, and to accept the obligations of Christian witness.
  • To use the prescribed curriculum, authorized textbooks/e-books and materials, and to observe, enforce, and implement the policies and regulations prescribed by the employee handbooks.
  • To embrace the use of technology as an educational tool.
  • To observe the school calendar and be available to students and parents before and after school
  • To fulfill the normal workload of a full time teacher, which shall include:
    • Present on campus from 7:30 until 2:45
    • Five classes
    • Conferences with students and parents
    • Supervision of student activities and other supervision duties inside and outside of school hours (will be provided to teachers at the beginning of each school year)
    • Development and effective use of lesson plans according to curriculum maps
    • Attendance at faculty meetings, department meetings, and other school meetings as necessary
    • To meet the yearly expectation for professional development and spiritual growth
    • Responsible for the order and discipline of students in his/her classroom
    • To cooperate fully with the school’s religious activities and to facilitate a LIGHT group
    • To make all reports as required in a timely manner for administrative purposes and student attendance
    • To exercise proper supervision and care of all furniture, electronic devices, books, supplies, equipment, rooms, and buildings entrusted to use
    • To observe professional ethics and maintain confidentiality in dealing with administrators, faculty, students, parents, and the public
    • To substitute on a rotating basis for fellow teachers who are absent
    • To be present at Parent/Teacher Conferences, and to be available for other Parent/Teacher Conferences when requested by parents
    • To be present at the school retreat, Open House, Back-to-School Night, Baccalaureate Mass, and the graduation ceremony

To apply:

Please e-mail Mr. Chad Colden, Language Department Chairperson, at ccolden@cathedralcatholic.org the following information:

  1. Pre-Application Statement (signed)
  2. Cover letter expressing interest in teaching at Cathedral Catholic High School
  3. Updated resume
  4. College/University transcripts (unofficial is acceptable for the interview process, but official transcripts will be required if offered employment
  5. Letters of recommendation and contact information for three references (2 professional and 1 clergy member)

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher
STATUS/HOURS:  Full-Time (Schedule varies M-F between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm)
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director


Position Summary: The professional hired to work as a teacher at Holy Family Preschool will be responsible for the general supervision and management of children between the ages of three and five years of age.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of Holy Family School
  • Respecting and honoring 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
  • Participating in recommended training programs , conferences, courses and other aspects of professional growth
  • Assisting in the ongoing evaluation procedures needed  to assess the development levels of the children
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
Requirements to Apply:

  • Must possess a California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (12 ECE units) or higher
  • Must submit a minimum of 3 professional references and resume

Requirements upon hire

  • Fingerprint Clearance, CPR and First Aid, and cleared TB test to work in a Licensed Child Care Facility

Applicant's Character Traits:

  • Has experience teaching OR desire to teach and model Catholic values
  • Passion to work with young children and desire to grow as an educator
  • Works well with others
  • Has a positive attitude and enthusiasm for teaching

Letter of introduction and resume can be sent to Erica Stevens at estevens@oneholyfamily.org

Position Title: Juan Diego Adult Center Director
Hours: Part time, 30 hrs per week

Supervised by: President

FLSA Status: Exempt


Position Summary:  The Juan Diego Adult Center Director will plan, organize, coordinate and provide direct oversight of the day to day operations of the Juan Diego Adult Center programs for ESL and Citizenship classes. The Director will actively model, support and advance the mission, vision and values of the Mater Dei Catholic High School and the Diocese of San Diego.


General Responsibilities:

  • Maintain knowledge of policies and procedures
  • Develop and manage budgets, authorize expenditures
  • Coordinate development/ conduct direct evaluation of curriculum and programs
  • Develop short and long term educational goals and objectives based on specific needs
  • Develop Annual Education Plan and prepare evaluations
  • Compile and maintain accurate and complete records of employees and students
  • In agreement with ALSAM, open or close Adult Centers, as needed
  • Maintain active communication with administrators at Adult Education sites
  • Direct marketing of the program

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Faculty/ Employees
  • Recruit, hire, supervise and monitor performance of qualified instructors and support staff for the JDAC program
  • Conduct regular meetings with the staff; monthly meetings with faculty (or as needed)
  • Conduct class observations, administer student surveys and provide feedback
  • Responsible for annual performance evaluations of staff and faculty

Reporting

  • Coordinate data collection and reporting for accountability and program review
  • Track language proficiency of students
  • Conduct student interviews and compilation of data
  • Maintain appropriate student numbers at adult centers
  • Request and organize adult center reports
  • Collect data for evidence of academic growth
  • Create bi-annual reports of progress (June and January)

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelors Degree required; Masters preferred
  • 5+ years in a school setting
  • 3+ years of managerial/supervisorial experience

Working Conditions:

  • Office environment setting
  • Travel, evening, and weekend hours may be required

Salary Range:  $50,000-$60,000, DOE

POSTING FROM NOW TO 7/13/17, Closes at noon

EDJOIN LINK:  https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/941464

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher (3 year old)
STATUS/HOURS:  Full Time: M-F (8:00 am – 4:30 pm)
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director
JOB OPENING:  August 2017


Position Summary: The professional hired will be responsible for the supervision and management of children between the ages of three and four years of age.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of Nazareth Preschool
  • Respecting and honoring 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 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
  • Participating in recommended training programs, conferences, courses and other aspects of professional growth
  • Assisting in the ongoing evaluation procedures needed  to assess the development levels of the children
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
Requirements to Apply:

  • Must have completed 12 ECE units or higher (Copy of transcript)
  • At least 2 years working as a preschool teacher, experience with 3 year olds a plus
  • Must submit a minimum of 2 professional references and resume

(Requirements upon hire)

  • Fingerprint Clearance, CPR and First Aid, and cleared TB test to work in a Licensed Child Care Facility

Applicant's Character Traits:

  • Has experience teaching OR desire to teach and model Catholic values
  • Passion to work with young children and desire to grow as an educator
  • Has a positive attitude and enthusiasm for teaching

Please submit resume to:  preschooldir@nazarethschool.org

Position:

Teacher Assistant (TA)

 

Job Summary:

The Teacher Assistant is responsible for assisting the Special Education Teacher (SET) with classroom instruction and management.

 

Principal Accountabilities:

Specific duties and responsibilities of the TA include but are not limited to:

 

  1. Assist with classroom instruction and individual student tutoring as directed by the SET.
  2. Assist the SET with the Intake Process for a new student.
  3. Assist the SET with the IEP Process as necessary.
  4. Assist with the design of appropriate curriculum and lesson plans for each student.
  5. Complete incident reports in a timely fashion and submit to the SET or Principal.
  6. Handle classroom discipline and be prepared to implement appropriate crisis intervention techniques.
  7. Attend all meetings as directed by the SET.
  8. Supervise students at all times.
  9. Plan academic graduation ceremonies in consultation with the SET and Principal.
  10. Assist in the development and implementation of methodologies for behavioral change.
  11. Facilitate Group Process as needed to direct student’s behavior and motivate for further positive behaviors.
  12. Assist with the implementation of the Point/Level System.
  13. Prepare written reports as directed by the SET.
  14. Assist with resident wake-up, medication distribution, chores and breakfast.

 

Principal Interactions:

Primary relationships include:  the Special Education Teacher, the Principal, and the Overnight Child Care Worker.  Secondary relationships will include: the Life Skills Coordinator, Child Care Workers, Therapists, and the House Manager.

 

 

Education / Experience / Knowledge Requirements:

The position of TA should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or related field, a valid State teaching credential or emergency credential, and a minimum of one year experience teaching special needs children; preferably emotionally disturbed and conduct disorder adolescents.  A valid driver’s license from the state of employment is also required.  Experience can be substituted for education: one year experience equaling one year of education.

 

Authority Level:

Assigned Classroom

 

Reports to:

Special Education Teacher

Please submit resume to:  officemanager.cih@gmail.com

TITLE:                         Child Care Worker (CCW)

FLSA STATUS:             Non-exempt

APPROVED DATE:

 

SUMMARY

It is the responsibility of the Child Care Worker (CCW) to assist residents with daily scheduling and routines; to provide encouragement and motivation; to facilitate personal development and maturation by modeling mature behavior, appropriate social skills, and problem solving skills; and to implement behavior modification techniques as warranted.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The following duties and responsibilities are illustrative of the primary functions of this position and are not intended to be all inclusive.

 

  1. Accountability for residents participating in their daily routines and meeting their daily schedules.
  2. Participate with the Intake Process.
  3. Assist with the Level System.
  4. Facilitate and/or participate in needed “group” sessions.
  5. Implement methodologies for resident behavioral change.
  6. Implement the daily recreational plan and schedule.
  7. Fulfill Advocate role.
  8. Assessment of resident’s strengths and weaknesses.
  9. Assist in establishing initial goals and needs of the residents.
  10. Assist with the development of strategies for interventions which are consistent with resident goals.
  11. Assist with the development of behavioral goals which increase competency and appropriate behaviors while decreasing incompetence’s and inappropriate behaviors.
  12. Provide residents with an opportunity to behave in a manner which meets the appropriate expectations and demands of significant individuals in the ecology.
  13. Ability to provide effective crisis intervention techniques while remaining calm and in control of the environment.
  14. Demonstrate good judgment while administering appropriate discipline to a resident.
  15. Use contingency and non-contingency contracts with residents as needed.
  16. Use verbal and non-verbal contracts with residents as appropriate.
  17. Supervise all activities in the home and when on an outing or field trip.
  18. Assist in teaching the development curriculum as assigned by the HM.
  19. Transport residents in agency vehicles as necessary.
  20. Complete the Communication Log at the end of each shift.
  21. Document and complete all incident reports in a timely fashion.
  22. Shift supervisor as assigned by the House Manager.
  23. Assist with the preparation of resident meals.
  24. Light housekeeping tasks – tidiness and resident chore supervision.

 

PRINCIPLE INTERACTIONS

The primary relationships of the Child Care Worker includes: the Youth, the House Manager (HM), the Assistant House Manager (AHM), other CCWs, and the teaching staff.

 

QUALIFICATIONS 

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the necessary functions of this position.

 

  • Thorough knowledge of recreation therapy and its applications in a treatment milieu environment.
  • Ability to accurately assess physical, cognitive and socio-emotional abilities of individuals and to make appropriate recommendations.
  • Knowledge of purposes and functions of community recreation programs and the needs of the therapeutic community.
  • Ability to handle stressful or sensitive situations tactfully and diplomatically.
  • Demonstrated customer service ability as well as public speaking skills.
  • Strong writing and organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of proper safety requirements and ability to apply first aid procedures.
  • Ability to use financial, database, word processing and publishing software.

 

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE

It is required that the person filling this position have a minimum of one year experience working with emotionally disturbed adolescents or 2 years college credit in the Social Service or related field.  It is preferred that the position of Child Care Worker have a Bachelors Degree in a Human Services. Related field experience may be substituted for education; one year of experience equaling one year of education.  A person not meeting these requirements may be considered as an Apprentice CCW.  This status will be explained by the person conducting the job interview.

 

AUTHORITY LEVEL

Facility shift that is assigned

 

REPORTS TO

House Manager or Assistant House Manager

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general company policies and House Manuals.  Ability to write clearly.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from youth, other Child Care Workers and staff.  Ability to speak Spanish is a benefit.

 

REASONING ABILITY

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

 

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

A valid driver’s license from the state of employment is required.

First Aid certified or ability to become certified within 2 months of being employed.

 

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.

 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. 

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to uncontrolled physical behaviors such as screaming, kicking or throwing objects.  The noise level in the work environment is usually normal.

 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please submit resumes to: officemanager.cih@gmail.com

Positions available in the Diocese of San Diego Schools.

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

 

 

 

PARISHES

POSITION TITLE: Coordinator of Youth Ministry                         

FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt

SUPERVISED BY:  Pastor                                                                    

HOURS:  Full-Time

POSITION SUMMARY:  The coordinator of youth ministry (CYM) provides vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to young people from 9th through 12th grades. This includes high school (weekly or bi-weekly gatherings), monthly activities, catechesis and sacramental preparation (confirmation).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: (other duties may be assigned)

Parish staff member–the CYM will be responsible to:

  • Attend regular staff meetings
  • Participate in staff planning
  • Communicate to staff about youth ministry activities
  • Seek staff input in planning youth ministry activities
  • Be a resource person to parish staff on issues related to youth and youth ministry
  • Serve as the liaison with the pastor, parish staff and the parish council

Parish Youth Ministry--the parish youth ministry program integrates adolescent catechesis into a comprehensive ministry to, with, by and for young people. The CYM’s responsibilities include:

  • Plan, implement and continually evaluate a comprehensive youth ministry program.
  • Coordinate the recruitment, training, support, and evaluation of volunteers in the youth ministry programs
  • Develop a systematic plan for adolescent catechesis that utilizes a creative variety of formats, settings, and timeframes
  • Provide resources (print, video, web, parish events) for effective programming.
  • Provide appropriate training for the adults and young people in leadership positions
  • Coordinate the confirmation program
  • Foster the involvement of young people in the life of the parish, including serving on various parish committees and being involved in parish activities
  • Coordinate the outreach to and evangelization of all young people in the parish
  • Provide appropriate services and programs for parents of adolescents
  • Advocate for a comprehensive vision of youth ministry, based on the1997 USCCB document, Renewing The Vision: A Framework for Catholic Youth Ministry
  • Serve as the liaison with the diocesan office of youth ministry and their programs, services and resources

OTHER OR SHARED RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborate with the Liturgy Committee in the implementation and development of the youth liturgy (contemporary liturgy)
  • Collaborate with other staff in planning common projects

QUALIFICATIONS  TO PERFORM THE JOB SUCCESSFULLY:   To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, ability or physical demands required.  

Education and/or Experience:

  • B.A. in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or related field, knowledge of Catholic teachings, catechesis and documents on youth ministry.

Language Skills:

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish)  Strong verbal and written communication skills; proficiency in composing reports, correspondence and letters and in publishing e-newsletters and flyers,  Ability to develop and facilitate youth programs and confirmation sessions; ability to read and understand church documents and guidelines.

Computational Skills:

  • Ability to read, prepare and manage budgets for major events and programs; prepare annual budget for youth ministry.

Reasoning Ability:

  • Ability to solve problems, make sound decisions, and deal with a variety of concrete variables.

Technical Skills:

  • Proficiency in Word, Excel, and Microsoft Office

Physical Demands:

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to transport materials and equipment (up to 30 pounds) to and from various locations. The employee is regularly required to sit for extended periods of time, use hands in repetitive motion tasks, handle objects, talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Physical Environment:

  • The employee will work in an individual office with a door. The offices are situated next to one another. The noise level is usually quiet. The space is wheelchair accessible. The employee will also work at off-site locations for various ministry events, like retreat centers, supervising and directing those events.

Working Conditions:

  • The employee is required to be physically present in the office in order to complete office task, be available to work outside of regular business hours as required and check in with and provide calendar to administrative assistant. The employee must be able to work cooperatively with other members of the staff and with youth leaders and volunteers. The employee must be able to multi- task.

Other Requirements

  • The employee must have knowledge of church structure and culture.  The employee must have knowledge of current youth culture and current trends and issues within those cultures.  Requires the ability to maintain confidentiality.

Please submit cover letter and resume to kkrische@sdcatholic.org . In the subject line of your email please reference "Coordinator of Youth Ministry at Corpus Christi Catholic Parish".  In your cover letter please quantify your bilingual abilities.

POSITION TITLE:  Director of Catechetical Ministry
FLSA STATUS:  Exempt
REPORTS TO:  Pastor
HOURS:  Full Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THIS POSITION:   Responsible for providing Christian formation, religious education and sacramental preparation of the parish faith community.  

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:  This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies or related field, or Certificate in Catechetical Ministry and parish experience.

Administration:

  • Overall direction of the parish catechetical program for adults, youth, and children
  • Planning, implementation and evaluation of the parish catechetical programs
  • Evaluating program curricula and acting as parish resource person in methods and some areas of theology.
  • Oversees the recruitment, formation, ongoing development, and evaluation of catechists
  • Directs the work of the religious education professionals and support staff
  • Prepares and manages the religious education budget
  •  Implementation of a Returning Catholics Program
  •  Organizes, promotes and supervises Small Parish Communities during Advent and Lent
  • Implementation of diocesan and parish catechetical policies and guidelines, including the areas of catechist certification and supervision, and administrative policies related to negligence, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and the Safe Environment Policies
  •  Responds on a timely basis with Diocesan Reports
  • Ensures that accurate records are kept of catechists, children, families, etc.
  • Serves as a communication link between the catechetical program and the rest of the parish, including the catechetical staff, parents, parish administrative staff, and the parish at large

Supervision Responsibilities

  • Elementary Faith Formation Coordinator -  grades 1-6 and Sacramental Preparation for 2nd grade
  • Middle School Coordinator – Grades 7th and 8th plus Vacation Bible School each summer. Sac Prep for teens.
  • Youth Ministry Coordinator – Grades 9-12   Including Confirmation Year 1 & 2; Life Nights; Retreats; and other activities involving high school students
  • Adult Bible Study
  • MOMS Group
  • Healing Prayer Ministry
  • Social Outreach Ministry
  • Ministry Appreciation Dinner


Managing the Faith Formation Office

  • Collaboration with the pastor and the All Parish Ministry Meetings
  • Assistance in liturgical planning (First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, Confirmation)  Creates worship aids and assists in the Sacramental Liturgies
  • Coordinates with Elementary Coordinator – Parent Meetings for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist 

To apply, please forward cover letter and resume to kkrische@sdcatholic.org . In the subject line of your email please reference "DCM - St. Therese of Carmel".

 

Position Title: Director of Religious Education at St. Mary Magdalene Parish

Status: Hourly/To be determined

Reports to: Pastor

Job Summary: The Director of Religious Education administrates (designs, develops, directs, and evaluates) the parish catechetical programs, including Religious Education for public school children, and sacramental preparation.  The DRE works under the guidance and the leadership of the pastor. 

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Maintain, assess, and direct the Religious Education programs and needs of the parish, including Religious Education for Public School Children, Preschool Sunday School, and Children’s Liturgy
  • Plan, direct, and oversee annual Parish Vacation Bible School
  • Recruit, train, supervise, and schedule all volunteers for CCD, Preschool Sunday School, and Children’s Liturgy
  • Coordinate and prepare Religious Education students for sacraments
  • Identify students in Religious Education or School of the Madeleine in need of Sacraments of Initiation (RCIC), late sacraments, or Professions of Faith and adequately prepare them.
  • Religious Education coordination for Homeschooled students
  • Provide parents of children receiving sacraments with ongoing faith formation, primarily parent meetings
  • Maintain relationships and communication with pastor, other parish staff members, Parish Education commission, school principal, and Diocesan Office of Religious Education
  • Attend parish staff, deanery, and diocesan meetings/ events
  • Create and monitor a budget for Religious Education
  • Direct the selection process and purchase of texts and materials for Religious Education, RCIC, Sunday Preschool School, and Children’s Liturgy, and instructs catechists in their use in conjunction with the Pastor
  • Maintain accurate records on students, families, and volunteers
  • Maintain and oversee Safe Environment Programs for catechists, volunteers, and students and keep Safe Environment coordinator up-to-date on volunteers.
  • Maintain Religious Education information on parish Website
  • Filing and Recordings for all 1st Communions, Professions of Faith, and RCIC students in Sacramental Records
  • Other duties as assigned

Supervision:       

  • Responsible for supervision of all secretarial staff assigned to the office of religious education.
  • Oversee all volunteers in all religious education programs (excluding Jr. High and Youth Ministry programs)

Qualifications:

  • Proficient in English, written and spoken
  • A strong understanding of Catholic Liturgy, Catholic teachings, Catholic faith, and Catholic principles.
  • Should be least 21 years old
  • B.A. or M.A. in Religious Education, Catechesis, Theology, or Pastoral Ministry (a Masters degree is preferred)

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Fr. Steve McCall, Pastor

frsteve@stmarymagonline.org

cc: margaret@stmarymagonline.org

Position: Parish Ministry Coordinator

Reports To: Pastor

Hours: Full Time

I. Purpose

The Parish Coordinator manages and participates in all aspects of parish ministries on behalf of the Pastor. In addition, the coordinator provides communication for the entire community both internally and externally and provides support to all Ministries, Groups, and Organizations (MGO) authorized within the parish. The coordinator shall be the main POC to reach out and minister to young adults drawing them into the life and mission of the Church, fostering a connection of young adults and all volunteers to Christ and His Church by offering and communicating various social, service and spiritual opportunities.  The coordinator will also work with/schedule all volunteers providing services to the parish and will oversee all maintenance efforts in accordance with the Pastor’s guidance.

II. Responsibilities:

Stewardship and Communication:  The coordinator has responsibilities which include (but are not limited to):

  • Create, distribute, and maintain an up-to-date website, the parish weekly bulletin, and other social/multimedia content.
  • Organize communication with volunteers supporting parish activities
  • Schedule and coordinate all volunteer facility maintenance projects

Young Adult Ministry: The coordinator has responsibilities which include (but are not limited to):

  • Plans and implements YAM activities which encompass a balance of spiritual, social and service events on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis
  • Develops a strategic vision and ongoing outreach plan to increase the participation of the young adults in wider parish programming and leadership
  • Provides for the spiritual, formational, vocational, and social needs of the young adults
  • Promotes service opportunities through projects within the parish and the larger community

Overall Parish Coordination:  The coordinator works collaboratively with the parish staff and parish community by:

  • Assisting the Pastor in the planning and organizing of major parish events.
  • Assisting the Pastor in the maintenance of parish facilities by coordinating contractor and volunteer personnel in carrying out the parish five year maintenance plan.
  • Working with MGO’s to achieve unity of purpose and consistent commitment to parish goals and priorities.
  • Coordinating parish facility utilization in conjunction with the assigned parish office scheduling person by monitoring MGO, funeral, and parish school scheduling and resolving any emerging conflicts.
  • Serving as the pastor’s main point of contact for carrying out the established parish priorities and ensuring that all activities are consistent with the parish mission and focus.

III. Requirements & Skills:

  • Faithfully represent the teachings of the Catholic Church with integrity in word and action
  • A fully initiated and practicing Catholic at least 21 years old with 2-4 years of ministry experience at the parish level
  • Ability to coordinate events and develop programs
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team setting and environment
  • Strong organizational and communication skills;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and social media management
  • Valid California Driver’s License
  • Physical tasks include driving, stooping, bending, and occasionally setting up for events
  • Fluent in English/Spanish helpful but not necessary.
  • Bachelors’ degree (or in progress of obtaining) preferred, but not necessary

 

IV. Job Evaluation:

The Parish Coordinator is hired by the pastor in collaboration the Parish Finance Council. Pay is reviewed after six months and includes review of job description and an evaluation of performance.

Resumes should be submitted to Fr. Luke Jauregui at pastor@strosecv.com

POSITION TITLE: Maintenance                     
HOURS:  Full-time (Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon)
FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt                         
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor


POSITION SUMMARY:  The Maintenance personnel helps to provide adequate maintenance and preventative maintenance on all equipment, buildings, grounds and vehicles to ensure safety to all persons, including staff and visitors, and to extend the life and appearance of these items.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Empty and clean trash and recycling containers
  • Maintain restrooms, toilets, sinks and restock supplies (paper products, soap) 
  • Clean, mop and wax floors
  • Water and trim trees, bushes
  • Rake leaves 
  • Paint when needed
  • Put up tents and general set-up for annual parish festivals and various events
  • Monitor outside lighting and alarm systems in various buildings on the grounds
  • Maintain church parking lot
  • Maintain parish truck for transportation use
  • Repair tables and chairs
  • Replace and change light bulbs as needed
  • Maintain restrooms, toilets and dripping sinks
  • Irrigation
  • Maintain fountains
  • Replace broken pipes
  • Mend pews and kneelers
  • Dust and vacuum church
  • Other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

  • Must be able to stand and walk for long hours on the property
  • Must be able to speak, and read English
  • Must have knowledge of procedures, practices, tools and equipment
  • Must have valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to lift over 35 pounds
  • Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, reach, and climb ladders
  • Must be able to make judgement calls related to emergency and safety matters
  • Must maintain a collaborative attitude with other maintenance staff 

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

  • Must have high school diploma or G.E.D.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: frpeter@missionsandiego.org

 

POSITION TITLE: Maintenance/Custodial                    
HOURS:  Part-time (19 hours per week)
FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt                        
REPORTS TO: Facilities Manager


POSITION SUMMARY:  The Maintenance/custodial personnel helps to provide adequate maintenance and preventive maintenance on all equipment, buildings and grounds to ensure safety to all persons, including staff and visitors, and to extend the life and appearance of these items.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Empty and clean trash and recycling containers
  • Maintain restrooms, toilets, sinks and restock supplies (paper products, soap)
  • Clean, mop and wax floors
  • Water and trim trees, bushes
  • Rake leaves
  • Paint when needed
  • Put up tents and general set-up for annual parish festivals and various events
  • Monitor outside lighting and alarm systems in various buildings on the grounds
  • Maintain church parking lot
  • Repair tables and chairs
  • Replace and change light bulbs as needed
  • Maintain restrooms, toilets and dripping sinks
  • Irrigation
  • Maintain fountains
  • Replace broken pipes
  • Mend pews and kneelers
  • Dust and vacuum church
  • Other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

  • Must be able to stand and walk for long hours on the property
  • Must be able to speak, and read English
  • Must have knowledge of procedures, practices, tools and equipment
  • Must have valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to lift over 35 pounds
  • Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, reach, and climb ladders
  • Must be able to make judgement calls related to emergency and safety matters
  • Must maintain a collaborative attitude with other maintenance staff

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

  • Must have high school diploma or G.E.D.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: jramirez@sjcparish.com

CAMPAIGN ASSISTANT NEEDED
St. Mary’s Parish in Escondido is seeking to fill a temporary secretarial position to assist with a special fundraising campaign. The position will run from August to February, approximately 30 to 35 hours per week. Duties include assisting with campaign communications; organizing various meetings and events; tracking enlistment and solicitation assignments and results, campaign commitments, income and expenses; maintenance of campaign records and files: and production of various reports. Qualified candidates must be computer savvy and have working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Access and Publisher), a pleasing and positive personality and excellent communication skills, and should be willing to work a flexible schedule with some evening and weekend work required. Strong communication skills in English and Spanish. Qualified candidates should send cover letter and resume to: Martha McCarthy at marthaamcc@aol.com by Friday, July 14@ 3:00 pm. $12 - $18 hrly, commensurate with experience.

POSITION TITLE: Parish Finance & HR Officer                       
FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO:  Pastor                                                                                                 
HOURS:  Part-time


PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THIS POSITION:  Lead and manage the general office, financial and human resources activities of the parish; serves as the Parish’s primary business executive, in support of the Pastor.


POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • General Administrative and Office Management
  • Provides leadership and guidance of office, reception, and financial staff
  • Controls all Financial and Human Resource, HR, activities of the parish, excluding St. Rose of Lima School.  (Includes religious education, youth ministry, and social outreach, as well as the parish office and accounting functions)
  • Ensures professional execution of all administrative, purchasing, and general support to ministry staff
  • Parish Finance and HR key contact with Diocese
  • Financial
  • Plan, organize and execute annual parish budget with guidance from Pastor and Finance Council
  • Present monthly financial statements for Finance Council and diocesan finance office
  • Ensures the professional and accurate execution, maintenance, and reporting of parish accounting receivables and payables functions, providing periodic measures of performance to Pastor and Finance Council, ensuring on-time delivery of parish-approved, accurate reports to the Diocese, the State and Federal filings               
  • Keeps Pastor up to date on all pertinent activities, as required
  • Oversee the management of both parish and diocesan fund drives

Committees

  • Ex-officio member of pastoral and finance councils
  • Office staff
  • Represent Parish at Diocesan Business Managers' meetings and webinars.

General

  • Act as point person for inquiries on parish business and administrative matters.
  • Maintain professional influence and presence in overall administrative activities.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Skills /Knowledge and/or Abilities

  • Strong collaborative and communication skills
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Office products
  • Proficient in use of QuickBooks
  • Familiarity with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP)
  • Familiarity with Diocesan, federal, and state employment laws
  • Thorough knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Seasoned CFO or Accountant preferred

Experience and Education

  • BA Accounting, Finance or equivalent plus 10 or more years of experience in financial management
  • MBA, MA or equivalent plus 6 or more years of experience in financial management

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  Fr. Luke Jauregui at pastor@strosecv.com .

OTHER

Job Summary:
The Regional Office Coordinator (OC) is a part of the West team working to support and advance partnerships in the West Region (Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, and California - USCCB Regions XI and XII) to inform and engage U.S. Catholics in the promotion of global solidarity.  The OC is based in San Diego office, reports to the Regional Director, and supports him and the 4 Relationship Managers (RMs) located in San Diego, and at their home offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Portland, OR.  The West Region is one of 5 CRS Regional Offices (Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago and San Antonio) which are part of Church Engagement under the direction of the VP for US Operations and the Senior Director for Regional Outreach.


Job Responsibilities for this position will include:


Disclaimer Clause: This job description is not an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties and responsibilities associated with this position.

  • Maintains general office space, property inventory, procures and maintains office supplies and program resources for all staff.
  • Is primarily responsible for Regional Share Point Regional calendar, scheduling of conference calls, logistics, and taking of minutes of all regional meetings.
  • Information and Communications Technology: She/he is first resort for hardware and software troubleshooting. Maintains the regional website info. 
  • Provides regional team support with event planning and logistics, including national and regional speaking tours, LA Congress and other conferences, supports team in CRS program areas: Rice Bowl, Advocacy, Ethical Trade, Food Fast etc.
  • Reviews all staff Travel Expense Vouchers (TEVs) and Office Expense Check Requests and transmits them to HQ Finance once approved by the RD. Manages local vendors – processes invoices.
  • Supports communication about regional events and activities with relevant departments in CRS/Baltimore, OCs and staff in other Regional Offices, and with Charitable Giving (CG) colleagues in the West.  Responds to or refers general inquiries to the appropriate staff. 
  • Assists all staff in data entry and reports in the CRM – Contact Relationship Management (Salesforce data base)
  • May assist in preparation of presentations for meetings and working sessions and partner appreciation and recognition as requested.

Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff):
These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

  • Serves with Integrity
  • Models Stewardship
  • Cultivates Constructive Relationships
  • Promotes Learning

Skills and Abilities will include:

  • Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple responsibilities
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to take initiative, function independently and exercise good judgment.
  • Broad knowledge of a professional environment, confidentiality essential
  • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment is critical
  • Commitment to accuracy in all tasks and attention to detail and follow up is essential

Qualifications:

  • Commitment to the mission of Catholic Relief Services
  • High School or BA degree,
  • At least 3 year’s office assistant /coordination
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, basic hardware setup and maintenance, Social Media.
  • Ability to handle multiple demands, prioritize, and produce high quality and timely support to staff and partners
  • Proficiency in Spanish is preferred

Note: All applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S. at the time of application.

Interested applicants should email a cover letter with their resume to crswest@crs.org

Church of the Presentation

Director of Adult Formation 

The position of the Director of Adult Formation is a full-time exempt position.  The Director is responsible for the development, coordination, implementation and supervision of the Sacramental Preparation Program, such as the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA), Marriage Preparation, Landings, and other programs geared for adults.  The Director is an integral part of the Ministry Team and must be sensitive to and encouraging of the spiritual growth and development of all parishioners, but especially adults.  All parish ministries are committed to the parish's goal of Stewardship of Time, Talent and Treasure.

To apply, please forward a letter of interest, a current resume and a list of three work-related references to:  
 
Rev. Monsignor Robert J. Silva, Pastor
Church of the Presentation
6715 Leesburg Place, Stockton, CA   95207
or send email to pastor@presentationchurch.net

 
Deadline for applications: Open until filled

DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
 
The Director of Youth Ministry directs the process and programming of ministry to all high school students at the Parish.  This is a full-time exempt position.  The Director of Youth Ministry reports directly to the Pastor. 
 
To apply, please forward a letter of interest,
a current resume and a list of three work references to:
Rev. Monsignor Robert J. Silva, Pastor
Church of the Presentation
6715 Leesburg Place, Stockton, CA   95207
or email to pastor@presentationchurch.net

Deadline for applications: Open until filled

DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

The Director of Religious Education is responsible for the coordination of religious education programs for approximately 800 students in grades K-8.  This is a full-time exempt position.  The Director serves as a member of the Ministry Team and reports directly to the Pastor.

To apply, please forward a letter of interest, a current resume and a list of three work references to:Rev. Monsignor Robert J. Silva, Pastor

Church of the Presentation

6715 Leesburg Place, Stockton, CA   95207

or email to pastor@presentationchurch.net

Deadline for applications: Open until filled

Santa Margarita Catholic High has a vacancy for an Assistant Principal of Faculty and Instructional Affairs.


Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Provide leadership for faculty formation and supervision including the mentoring of first and second year teachers, helping to develop professional development for all faculty and keeping abreast of pedagogical trends consistent with the mission, philosophy and charism of Santa Margarita Catholic High School.
  • Assist the Principal with hiring, assigning, renewal and related personnel decisions for faculty.
  • Assist the Department Chairs with the recruitment of faculty.
  • Keep abreast of new trends in instructional methods and help faculty implement them in their classrooms.
  • Coordinate the faculty supervision and formation process, which includes goal setting, support and evaluation.
  • Assist the Principal in fostering the Catholic Identity, Mission and Charism of the school.
  • Oversee the BTSA mentors and teachers enrolled in the program.
  • Plan faculty in-services and training programs.
  • Frequent visits to classrooms for the purpose of assisting faculty instructional practices.
  • Communicate and promote professional development opportunities to faculty
  • Provide on-campus opportunities for professional growth and verification of this growth.
  • Review and update faculty handbook on a yearly basis; oversee the implementation of policies found in that handbook.
  • Monitor all teacher credentialing.
  • Implementation of the Common Core standards.
  • Direct the Summer School programs.
  • Assist the Principal in fostering the Catholic Identity, Mission and Charism of the school.

Qualifications or Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in an education related field. Administrative experience required. Administrative Credential preferred; minimum five years classroom teaching experience. 
Interested candidates must submit a resume and a SMCHS Certificated Application (application can be found at www.smhs.org) to:

 

Pat Mollica, Director of Human Resources
SMCHS
22062 Antonio Parkway
Rancho Santa Margarita, CAS 92688
Or E-mail: mollicap@smhs.org

Santa Margarita Catholic High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The interview committee would like all applicants to reflect on the questions below and be prepared to address them during the interview process.


Santa Margarita Catholic High School
Assistant Principal, Faculty and Instruction Interview


Dear Candidate:
Thank you for your interest in the open position for Assistant Principal, Faculty and Instruction at Santa Margarita Catholic High School.  On the day of your interview the panel will of course have certain areas they would like to cover.  However before then we are asking you to reflect on the questions listed below and be prepared to speak to them.  These are important areas of discussion and while there will be plenty of questions you will have to respond to in a quicker fashion, we wanted you to have some time to consider these.
The interview panel looks forward to meeting with you and hearing about your vision for the position.  May our Lord bless you in this endeavor!

The Charism of Santa Margarita Catholic High School is Caritas Christi, the love of Christ.

  • Describe what our charism means to you.
  • As an Assistant Principal how do you incorporate Caritas Christi into your position?
  • In what ways do you see yourself being an ambassador of the charism to the school community?

As an Assistant Principal you are a member of the Administrative Board of the school; thus you are a very visible school leader.  Be prepared to share with the panel three to five of the most important aspects of your leadership style.


Members of the Santa Margarita faculty have been faced with many changes in the past years and will continue to face changes within the educational world.  As an administrator how do you manage change so that individual faculty members are comfortable with the change?


This position has the dual role of developing good relationships with all faculty, yet also being involved in their evaluations.  Describe for the committee how you would set about the task of doing both.


It is most important that the Catholic Identity of SMCHS stay strong.  In what way(s) would you as a member of the administrative team see yourself helping to insure that this remains a priority?

POSITION TITLE:  Director of Development
DEPARTMENT: Administration
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
TIME COMITMENT: Full-time (40+ hours/ week) Occasional travel, some weekend and evening work
SALARY: Depending on experience


POSITION DESCRIPTION: In partnership with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities, the Director of Development is responsible for the planning, organizing and implementation of fundraising including, major gifts, planned giving, grant writing, special events and capital campaigns development efforts that identify new sources of support for the mission Catholic Charities.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
DEVELOPMENT

  • Initiates and maintains communications and relationships with individual, corporate and foundation donors/prospects in order to increase base of support and introduce the work of Catholic Charities.
  • Researches private and public grant sources to identify sources of restricted and unrestricted funding.
  • Organizes solicitation drives for pledges of ongoing support from individuals, corporations and foundations.
  • Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
  • Establishes and executes annual fundraising goal and events.

MARKETING

  • Develops a print, electronic and marketing media program to support fund raising activities.
  • Cultivates donors by producing specialized correspondence, preparing timely letters of gift acknowledgment, and attending in person visits.
  • Oversee grant seeking including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.

REPORTING

  • Responsible for the maintenance of paper and electronic file systems tracking donor data, (must adhere to the Association of Professional Fundraisers (AFP) guidelines regarding confidentiality and ethics).
  • Oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
  • Maintain accurate accounting of all unrestricted income and its sources.  Interface with Finance to fulfill information requests and maintain reporting accuracy.
  • Develop and manage a comprehensive marketing/ communications plan that supports development and marketing goals; that includes events, media relations, PR materials, social networking, Annual Report, CCDSD website coordination, newsletters, and Agency branding.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Uses agency resources (financial and non-financial) prudently.
  • Acknowledges and follows financial policies of the agency.

SUPPORT OF AGENCY MISSION AND OPERATIONS

  • Represent Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego in a positive and professional manner in meetings, community events, and conferences.
  • Collaborates and communicates with all Catholic Charities staff, board members, and donors to remain consistent in policies and procedures regarding item solicitations.
  • Adheres to all agency policies and procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Communications or related field
  • 8+ years’ experience in non-profit fundraising and development
  • Must embrace the social justice Mission of Catholic Charities
  • Track record of successfully increasing revenues from multiple diversified sources over time.
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop and maintain exceptional relationships with constituents, supporters and colleagues
  • Strong knowledge of donation software
  • Must be able to travel to various locations within the Diocese

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

  • Valid California Drivers License and current automobile insurance in compliance with Agency requirements. This position is subject to background checks including FBI, Department of Justice, and those required by Federal contracts.

Contact information:


Cynthia Haines
Director of Human Resources
(619) 231-2828
chaines@ccdsd.org


Or applicants may submit their resume to resumes@ccdsd.org

Major Gifts Officer
Father Joe’s is rolling out a new initiative to solve homelessness in San Diego, one person at a time, called Turning the Key.   The new venture will add about 2,000 units of affordable permanent housing with the Father Joe’s Villages touch. To assist with this initiate we have a new Major Gifts Officer position available at Father Joe’s Villages.


Summary:
The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for the overall management of the major gifts program, which is charged with managing relationships and securing support from donors who are capable of making gifts of $10,000 and above. This position is responsible for the generation of gifts from individuals and corporations in support of operations, endowment and other fund development targets. The primary responsibility of the Major Gifts Officer is to cultivate, educate, solicit, recognize and retain major gift prospects through a planned and transparent process. The Major Gifts Officer will work closely with the Director of Development and Board in this process. Responsibilities will include active involvement in planning events for major donors and mailings related to major donors as well as coordinating the solicitation process.


Qualifications:


Minimum Education and Experience:  BA and a rich development background, with progressive and successful development experience in major gifts and who has a strong track record of successful management and relationship management with high level donors. Will consider certificate and degree programs in fundraising management in addition to  fundraising experience and familiarity with requisite databases.


Market Education and Experience:  BA and eight years of professional experience in non-profit fundraising or external relations with experience in major gifts.


Preferred Education and Experience:  Master’s degree in business, public administration or nonprofit leadership and management, preferred and five years of major gift fundraising experience in a fast paced, growth oriented organization and demonstrated track record of identifying prospects and moving them through the cultivation and solicitation stages, proven ability to solicit and close gifts of $25,000 and above.


Other Relevant Job Information:

  • The Major Gifts Officer must be able to work independently while also working as a member of the organization’s Fund development team.
  • Ability to understand the needs and interests of major donors in order to develop relationships between them and the organization.
  • Ability to initiate, analyze, monitor, evaluate and alter strategic plans.
  • Ability to articulate the case for support so that individuals “buy into” the vision/mission/goals of the organization and understand with sufficient effectiveness to secure gifts and pledges of $10,000 or more.

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POSITION TITLE:  Executive Assistant
TIME COMMITMENT:   Full-time – 40 Hours   
SALARY:  $19.00 - $22.00


Organizational Profile: Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego was founded in 1919 to provide service to those in need, to be a witness to the scriptural values of mercy, to advocate for justice, and to call all people of good will to join in these efforts.  The agency responds to the needs of the poor in two counties of the Roman Catholic Diocese San Diego and Imperial.


POSITION DESCRIPTION: Responsible for providing administrative support to the Executive Director and Administration.


ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
OFFICE MANAGEMENT:

  1. Prepare and edit correspondence, communications, presentations and other documents.
  2. Design and maintain databases.
  3. File and retrieve documents and reference materials.
  4. As needed, conduct research, collect and analyze data to prepare reports and documents.
  5. Monitor, screen, respond to and distribute incoming communications.
  6. Answer and manage incoming calls.
  7. Receive and interact with incoming visitors.
  8. Co—ordinate project-based work
  9. Review operating practices and implement improvements where necessary.

EXECUTIVE SUPPORT:

  • Manage and maintain executive director’s schedule, appointments and travel arrangements.
  • Arrange and co-ordinate meetings and events.
  • Record, transcribe and distribute minutes of meetings of EMT and Corporate Board
  • Act as a liaison with internal staff at all levels.
  • Assist and interact with external clients.
  • Keep management apprised of any issues, problems or potential conflicts so that prompt investigation and resolution can occur.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE and SKILLS:

  • Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college, BS or BA degree preferred, or technical school.
  • Three years related experience providing support at an executive management level or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Proficient computer skills and in-depth knowledge of relevant software such as MS Office, PowerPoint, Excel spreadsheets, donation databases, and graphic presentation software.
  • Knowledge of standard office administrative practices and procedures.
  • Must be able to multi-task and is detail-oriented.
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills.
  • Ability to provide confidential administrative support to Executive Director.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Cynthia Haines

Director of Human Resources

(619) 231-2828

chaines@ccdsd.org