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The following positions are available at parishes and schools in the Diocese of San Diego.

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POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teachers Aide
SUPERVISED BY: Preschool Director
HOURS: M-F 8:00 to 11:45 (19 hours/week)
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt

POSITION SUMMARY: Saint Charles Borromeo Academy Preschool is a small Catholic school in Point Loma. We are looking for a professional, energetic, and outgoing teacher's aide for our four year old class. We follow the traditional school year calendar and are closed for summer, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and major holidays.


  • Collaborate, plan, and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum


  • Must provide transcripts showing at least 12 units of Child Development courses
  • Must be reliable and work effectively in a team environment
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Personal integrity, credibility, and a commitment to the mission and goals of our preschool

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must successfully pass a current criminal background check clearance and submit a signed criminal record statement form prior to employment Must have a physical examination and TB clearance as required from state and federal regulations within seven (7) days of hire Valid CPR and First Aid preferred

For immediate consideration, please email your resume to:

Position Title: Stewardship Coordinator
Hours: Full Time
Supervised by: Pastor
FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Mission San Luis Rey Parish is looking for a full time Stewardship Coordinator to help us develop a culture of stewardship grounded in evangelization and discipleship.

This position will coordinate, direct and facilitate a comprehensive development and stewardship program, and challenge parishioners to practice a stewardship way of life.  


  • Candidates should have a Passion for Christ
  • Bilingual Proficiency (English & Spanish) both verbally and in writing
  • Must have knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church and a familiarity of its structure, function and institutions. 
  • Solid interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to work with and across all parish ministries. 
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Office Suite


  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Stewardship experience working within a parish required
  • Sales experience a plus


  • This position requires evening and weekend work


  • Full-time Employee; 40 hour work week 
  • Starting Salary Range: based on level of experience
  • Medical/Vision/Dental Insurance 
  • Fringe Benefits include Life Insurance and Retirement

For more information or to apply, contact Kathleen Flanagan, COO at or 760-231-8403


Position Summary:

The Coordinator of Youth Ministry (CYM) provides primary leadership for the design and implementation of parish ministry to its youth.

Supervised byDirector of Youth Ministry                         FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Part-time-19 hours- Work hours may vary from morning until evening and weekends  

Primary Objectives

·         Empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today

·         Work to foster the total personal and spiritual growth of each young person

·         Seek to draw young people to responsible participation in the life, mission, and work of the faith community.

Duties and Responsibilities

While not intended to be a complete list, the following are examples of duties associated with this position.  Other related expectations, responsibilities, and tasks are required at times. The CYM should be adaptive and receptive to the varying requirements of this position.

·         Catechist to the Confirmation Program

·         Assist at Youth Night and CORE Meetings if needed

·         Promotes full, active, conscious youth participation in individual prayer, and at praise, worship and liturgy opportunities.

·         Plan, develop and implement with Director a Teen Leadership Team program to facilitate the training and support of youth leaders recruited as teen leaders, role models, faith leaders. Recruit youth leaders from 10th-12th Grade youth to help maintain adequate supervision and provide for safety at all times and assist in planning, developing and implementing catechetical programs for parish youth.

Teen Leadership Team:

·         Plan, develop and implement a schedule of social opportunities for the youth (9-12 grades) of the parish to form community identity and establish peer relationships within the parish community.

·         Plan, develop and implement a schedule of service activities for the youth (9-12 grades) of the parish in order to develop their sense of responsibility to and awareness of the needs of the parish community and the Diocesan church community and the larger social community.

·         Plan, develop and implement a team for social media to help promote social and service events.

·         Keep youth and parents informed of Diocesan and parish programs, social, service and retreat opportunities through distribution of a calendar of scheduled activities.

·         Where appropriate, refer youth and parents to suitable updated reading and resource materials for youth spiritual and catechetical information and enrichment.

·         Maintain current catechist and youth ministry Diocesan certification and attend formation programs. Maintain current records on all youth participating in programs.

·         Prepare the Teen Leadership Team program budget

·         Record information on and prepare reports concerning youth programs, costs, numbers of participants and equipment and facility use

·         Ensure that all programs and activities are implemented according to relevant legislation, policies and procedures

·         Implement, Recruit, Organize a Junior High Youth Ministry Program; starting with 8th Grade CCD on Thursdays

·         Perform other duties as assigned

Position Specifications Requirements

·         Active member of the Roman Catholic Church. Knowledge and ability to share Catholic faith to youth.

·         Para-professional helping/counseling listening skills, crisis intervention and referral skills, group processing and facilitation skills.

·         Organizational skills, including time management, delegation, planning, and budgeting.

·         Ability and experience to design and implement a variety of youth oriented programs. Ability to work with parents and children of all ages.

·         Successful completion of the Parish Safe Environment process.

·         Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred.

·         Knowledge of adolescent I pre-teen spiritual/personal development, youth cultures and sociology.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: 


Rev. Efrain Bautista, Pastor
525 West Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083


Saint Charles Borromeo Academy & Preschool
Job Description for Principal
Job Title:  Principal                                                                            Exemption Status: Exempt
Location:  Saint Charles Borromeo Academy (SCBA), 2808 Cadiz Street, San Diego, CA 92110

Primary Function:  Under the pastor Saint Charles Borromeo Parish (SCBP), the principal functions as a spiritual role model and academic leader, fostering the intellectual, spiritual and human development of our students as defined by the SCBA & Preschool vision and mission statements, with the goal of instilling a strong Catholic Identity.  The principal is responsible for supporting the parish mission to evangelize and catechize youth, in a Catholic School environment.
General Responsibilities:

  • Implement School Vision and Mission Statements in its Regular Operations.
    • Review periodically with pastor SCBP, Faculty, School Advisory Board, Parent/Teacher Group (PTG) and implement the school vision and mission, goals, and objectives.
  • Administer the Total School Program.
    • Administer SCBA & Preschool business as part of the parish and diocese.
    • Coordinate efforts to develop the faith of the students and build the faith community.
    • Organize the activities and define the responsibilities of all school staff: administrative, instructional, custodial and volunteer.
    • Implement policies as stated by the Department of Human Resources, Diocese of San Diego.
    • Implement policies established by pastor SCBP.
    • Ensure that the regulations of police and fire departments are observed.
    • Maintain records pertaining to staff, students, programs/instruction, and plant facilities/ maintenance as required by the Diocese, the Pastor, State and Federal law.
    • Oversee the preparation/submission of reports on staff, students, programs, facilities and financial position as required by the Diocese, the Pastor, State and Federal law.
    • Direct the WASC/WCEA Self-Evaluation and Follow-Up Review processes.
    • Consult with the Diocesan Director of Schools, as well as other diocesan offices, regarding best educational and business practices.
    • Provide leadership and support to the School Advisory Board and PTG.
    • Oversee the care, maintenance, and security of school plant, (buildings, facilities and fixtures) for the health, safety, and well-being of the students and teachers.
    • Facilitate integration between preschool, elementary and middle school programs. 
    • Participate in Diocesan-sponsored meetings for principals.
  • Supervise and Evaluate Staff, Students & Volunteers:
    • Professional Personnel
      • As required, recruit, employ, assign, supervise, evaluate performance and develop competent teachers and staff, in accordance with the policies and standards of SCBA & Preschool, the diocese and all accrediting agencies.
      • Provide a program of orientation and on-going support for new teachers.
      • Provide opportunities for staff development to achieve the vision, mission, educational goals and objectives of SCBA & Preschool.
      • Brief staff on the availability of externally funded educational programs.
      • Provide opportunities for public and private communication and support for teachers.
      • Employ qualified substitute teachers as needed.
      • Follow diocesan policy regarding the renewal and termination of contracts, employee benefits, absences and leaves.
  • Auxiliary Support Staff
      • Provide job descriptions, training, and evaluations for all auxiliary staff.
      • Oversee after-school programs to ensure that paid and volunteer staff are trained, qualified, and informed of school policies, their responsibilities, and liabilities for those who participate in the program.
      • Create guidelines, training and coordinate the efforts of parent volunteers.
      • Supervise the custodial staff in maintenance of the school plant and procurement of maintenance/janitorial supplies.
    • Students
      • Follow school policy regarding admission of students.
      • Observe all regulations pertaining to school attendance.
      • Provide for the supervision of students on the school premises and during all school sponsored activities.
      • Implement school policy regarding approved disciplinary measures and sanctions.
      • Support a system of discipline that is conducive to learning.
      • Monitor procedures for evaluating and reporting student progress to parents.
      • Obtain, maintain, and transfer student records according to school policy.
      • Provide and oversee Student Personnel Services.
  • Provide Instructional Leadership.
    • Supervise curriculum development, instructional planning, and evaluation of learning.
    • Monitor the development of curriculum, regarding scope and sequence of subject matter, within the total school program and articulate that to staff.
    • Seek out and establish strategic partnerships with outside entities to expand opportunities for students, within the total school program.
    • Select, with faculty consultation, the basic and supplementary instructional materials.
    • Coordinate the administration and follow-up of remedial and enrichment programs and other related activities.
    • Schedule instructional programs in accordance with diocesan time allotments.
    • Coordinate government programs, including initial involvement and evaluation.
    • Follow the Diocesan schedule for evaluation of curriculum areas and textbook/instructional materials selection.
  • Monitor the Financial Operations of the School.
    • Consult with the pastor SCBP, the Diocesan Schools Business Manager and other appropriate persons to prepare a balanced annual budget and accounts for the financial operation of the school.
    • Fulfill all specified duties regarding fiscal affairs as directed by the pastor SCBP, in accordance with the advice of the Office for Schools Business Manager.
    • Manage all business affairs in accordance with the Catholic Principals of Stewardship.
    • Monitor fund-raising activities for monies collected for support of the school.
  • Promote a Development Program for the School's Financial Security.
    • Collaborate with the pastor SCBP, the diocesan Director of Schools, the staff, the Parish Finance Council, School Advisory Board, PTG, the Parish/Academy Marketing Team and outside experts to develop and sustain a program for Development and Marketing.
    • Work with the pastor SCBP, to set fund-raising goals and provide direction to our benefactors by researching where assistance is most needed and how it will be applied.
    • Coordinate the school's development and public relations/marketing programs.
    • Convey to the parents, and the community at large, the vision, mission, policies, religious and academic programs of the school.
    • Promote school participation in local civic community activities, especially those that demonstrate Christian service and support the religious education program.

Essential Duties:

  • Recognize and support the unique Catholic Mission of the school by speaking, acting, and instructing consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church; the school principal may not espouse any doctrine inconsistent with the teachings of the Church.
  • Exercise leadership in all phases of education, including co-curricular activities; promote a pleasant and effective teaching and learning environment.
  • Exhibit professionalism; enforcing all applicable diocesan, parish and school policies.
  • Inspire discipline; ensure development of faculty/student codes of conduct which reflect gospel values and clearly establish standards of excellence.
  • Exercise Good Stewardship; managing school plant/facilities maintaining a clean, safe, and orderly campus as required and directed by the SCBP Finance Council.
  • Exhibit fiscal responsibility; handling financial matters and submitting a budget proposal by April 15th to the pastor SCBP, School Advisory Board and SCBP Finance Council.
  • Encourage Christian community; give evidence of living Gospel values by the example of active membership in a faith community and witness to a personal faith journey.
  • Inspire collaboration; coordinate the efforts of the school, parish and diocese to work effectively to promote positive relationships between SCBA & Preschool and its students and parents.
  • Maintain confidentiality of information.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Physical/Mental Requirements:  Coordination and manual dexterity, normal mental and visual ability; ability to lift as required in a normal office environment 
Required Activities:  Walking; sitting; standing; stooping; reaching; talking; handling; hearing; carrying; and keyboarding 
Basic Qualifications:

  • A working knowledge of and a strong commitment to the mission of the Catholic Church. Must be a practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church.
  • Excellent communications skills including written, verbal, public speaking, and presentation skills; must have excellent communications skills with children and adults.
  • Excellent human relations and interpersonal skills; must be a self-starter, well-organized and a team player.
  • Be available for evening and weekend work as necessary; have reliable transportation.
  • Be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and work under pressure.
  • Proficiency with computers, business software applications and school related technology.
  • Flexibility in assessing needs and adapting strategies in a school ministerial environment.
  • The ability to successfully complete a criminal history and background check.
  • Exhibits professional behavior and a clean/neat personal appearance at all times. 

Education and Experience:

  • Graduate degree or equivalent in Education from an accredited institution.
  • Possesses all appropriate State of California Administrative Certifications.
  • Possesses Diocesan Catechetical Ministry Certification, equivalent, or have a plan to attain the required certification in a reasonable time.
  • Meets the requirements of the California Department of Education, WASC/WCEA and all applicable accrediting agency guidelines for principals.
  • Expertise and understanding of best practices in teaching methods and child development.
  • Experience with administration and finance.
  • Minimum of 5 years of successful educational leadership experience

Other/Preferred Skills: Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) a plus but not a necessity.

Application Process:

  • Candidates are asked to have an active file with the Office for Schools Diocese of San Diego.
  • Submit principal application, cover letter and resume to:
    • Subject line: Application Principal SCBA & Preschool
  • Applications will be accepted until Friday, June 5, 2015.

Position Title: Secretary/Registrar of Nazareth School

The Secretary of Nazareth School is the key public relations person with parents, visitors, students and general public and is responsible for maintaining a positive and efficient office environment. The successful candidate must be detail-oriented and possess excellent communication and inter-personal skills.

The primary responsibilities of this position include the ability to:

  • Establish a positive office environment for guests, parents and staff
  • Oversee School Office activities
  • Assist and coordinate dissemination of information to community
  • Maintain and update student records (student attendance, health records, academic transcripts)
  • Provide support and assistance to parent volunteers, especially with special events
  • Maintain volunteer records
  • Assist with supervising fund raising programs
  • Provide health room support to students
  • Coordinate enrollment practices for new and returning families

Strong skills in the following area are needed to be successful in this position:

  • Communication
  • Public relations
  • Phone etiquette
  • Organization
  • Computers / Technology / Office equipment
  • Microsoft office suite
  • Web based programs such as Grade Link
  • First aid


  • Hours 7:30 – 4:00
  • Mid-August – June

Please send resume and salary expectations to:
Dr. Colleen Mauricio
Nazareth School
10728 San Diego Mission Rd.
San Diego, CA 92108


Position Title: Secretary/Receptionist
Hours: Full Time
Supervised by: Business Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Position Summary:

St. Vincent de Paul Parish has an opening for a Secretary/Receptionist. The Secretary/Receptionist will perform administrative and clerical duties.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones
  • Greet and refer visitors
  • Schedule facilities
  • Answer emails, word processing, and typing
  • File maintenance
  • Assemble and transmit bulletin
  • Screen and manage passes for school visitors
  • Schedule and coordinate liturgical ministers
  • Complete accurate sacramental recording
  • Arrange appointments, schedule liturgies and take messages
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Warm and friendly with excellent people skills
  • Professional demeanor
  • Strong communication verbal and written skills
  • Ability to act as a member of a team and to work independantly
  • Ability to interact in critical social situations with a tolerance for frustration
  • Working knowledge of general administrative and clerical office procedures
  • Familiarity with Microsoft office suite
  • Knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church

Education & Experience:

  • A minimum of one year’s experience with administrative and office procedures preferred.

Salary Range, depending on qualifications and experience, $10 - $12/ hour with full benefit package.
Please send cover letter with resume to Teresa Gobiecki:

St. Vincent de Paul Parish
4077 Ibis Street
San Diego, CA 92103

Position Title: Director of Human Resources


As an integral part of the management team, handles all Human Resource functions for Father Joe’s Villages in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.


  • Formulate and recommend Human Resources policies and objectives for the entire organization.
  • Determine and recommend employee relations practices necessary to establish a positive employer-employee relationship and promote a high level of employee morale.
  • Identify legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting Human Resources functions (e.g. OSHA, FEHC, EEO, TEFRA, ERISA, Wage & Hour).
  • Monitor exposure of the organization.
  • Direct the preparation of information requested or required for compliance with government reporting and approve all information prior to submittal.
  • Act as primary contact with outside government agencies.
  • Protect interests of employees and the organization in accordance with the organization’s Human Resources policies and governmental laws and regulations.
  • Final review and approval for terminations.
  • Review employee appeals through complaint procedure.
  • Direct a process of organizational planning that evaluates structure, job design, and manpower forecasting throughout the organization.
  • Identify process of organizational development that primarily addresses succession planning throughout the organization.
  • In conjunction with the President/CEO, establishes wage and salary structure, pay policies, performance appraisal programs, employee benefit programs and services, and the organization’s health & safety programs.
  • Monitor for effectiveness and cost containments.
  • Ensure and monitor standard recruiting and placement practices and procedures for the organization.
  • Develop and maintain a list of resources to address agency training needs as well as develop and present in-house training programs.
  • Identify and coordinate necessary education and materials to line management and employees-workshops, manuals, employee handbooks, and standardized reports.
  • Select and coordinate use of Human Resources consultants, training specials and other outside resources.
  • Conduct a continuing study of all Human Resources policies, programs, and practices to keep top management informed of new developments.
  • Direct the preparation and maintenance of such reports as are necessary to carry out the functions of the department. Prepare periodic reports to top management, as necessary or requested.
  • Inform President of significant problems that jeopardize the achievement of objectives, and those which are not being addressed adequately at the management level.


To perform the Human Resources Director position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential responsibility satisfactorily. These requirements are representative, but not all-inclusive, of the knowledge, skill, and ability required to lead as the Village Human Resources Director. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Minimum Education and Experience: Minimum of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, Organization Development and ten (10) years of progressive human resources management experience with at least three (3) years recent experience as the top Human Resources executive.


  • Broad knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, and training and development.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop Human Resources staff members.
  • General knowledge of various employment laws and practices.
  • Experience in the administration of benefits and compensation programs and other Human Resources programs.


  • Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment. Must include Excel and skills in HRIS database management (ADP a plus) and record keeping.
  • High energy level, comfortable performing multifaceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.
  • Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, tactful and flexible.
  • Good reasoning abilities-sound judgment.
  • Above average oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills.
  • Resourceful and well organized.
  • Evidence of the practice of a high level of confidentiality.
  • Ability to establish credibility and be decisive-but able to recognize and support the organization’s preferences and priorities.
  • Service oriented, but assertive/persuasive.
  • Results and people oriented, but with sound judgment-ability to balance other business considerations.


  • Ability to work effectively with volunteers.
  • Thorough understanding of the organization’s Vision, Mission and CREED.
  • Team player willing to accept and promote organizational goals and function with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to make decisions based on education preparation and experience, which reflect consistency with organization philosophy, policies and procedures.

Other Job Information (if applicable):
Competitive Benefit Package: Medical, Dental, Life/LTD, Flex Spending Plan, 401(k), PTO

Please submit resume and cover letter to: Diane Plaster at

Position Title: Director of Religious Education
Hours: Full-Time


Seeking a candidate for the position of Director of Religious Education. The director will be responsible for the religious education program for the public school (260 students) and parochial school (380 students). This position offers a full-time salary proportionate with education and qualifications and a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance and a 403(b) retirement plan.

To apply, please forward your cover letter, résumé, and references: St. John the Evangelist Parish Office 11301 West 93rd Avenue St. John, IN 46373

Position Title: Clerical Assistant
Hours: Part-time (Mon.–Fri., 8:30 –12:30)
Supervised by: Chancellor
FLSA Status: Non-exempt


Assist the Office of the Chancellor with clerical matters in its work with Catholic cultural groups and provide support for managing the special collection administered by the office.

Cultural Diversity:

  • Schedule and prepare material for cultural commission meetings.
  • Maintain commission rosters and contact database for the various cultural groups.
  • Enhance and maintain office section on diocesan web-site
  • Assist with the preparation of annual events, including arrangement of facilities, event promotion and programming.

Special Collections

  • Assist with development, printing and distribution of promotion materials
  • Receive and track contributions from parishes
  • Prepare disbursement to national offices


  • Substitute for Pastoral Center receptionist during breaks.
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Working knowledge of MSOffice suite
  • Bilingual English-Spanish preferred
  • One year’s experience in dealing with diverse clients/public
  • Familiarity with parish life and structures a plus

Salary range: $14. - $15. per hour depending on experience and qualifications

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Position Title: Director of the Office for Young Adult Ministry
Hours: Full time (35 hours/week)
Supervised by: Bishop of San Diego
FLSA Status: Exempt


The Director oversees 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.


  • 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, marriage and family life, 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 and 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 a comprehensive vision for young adult ministry in the diocese, based on the goals of the U.S. Bishops document, Sons and Daughters of the Light that focuses on faith formation, social justice and evangelization of young adults.
  • 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 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 Pastoral Juvenil Consultant (coordinator for Hispanic young adult ministry).


  • 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.


  • 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.


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

Salary range: $50,000. - $60,000. Annually

Please submit cover letter and resume to: