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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION

CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRESIDENT

Mater Dei Catholic High School / Juan Diego Academy, Chula Vista, CA

Diocese of San Diego, California

Mater Dei Catholic High School (MDCHS) / Juan Diego Academy (JDA), in coordination with the Diocese of San Diego, is seeking an experienced visionary leader. A qualified candidate is someone who is deeply committed to further the development of the total faith, life, advancement and academic excellence of the school. Mater Dei Catholic High School, located in Chula Vista, California, is a private, college-preparatory, co-educational institution. Presently, MDCHS has 701 students enrolled. Juan Diego Academy is located on the campus of MDCHS. In its second year of a seven-year roll-out, JDA currently enrolls 110 TK-2 students. The position is effective July 1, 2016. For more information about the school, go to www.materdeicatholic.org and http://jdacv.org/jd/.

MDCHS/JDA Mission:

We are a diverse university-preparatory institution that fosters traditional Catholic values, academic excellence, and global awareness in an innovative learning environment.

MDCHS/JDA Vision:

Educate the mind. Nourish the soul. Build the kingdom of God.


President Job Description:

The President is appointed by and directly reports to the Diocesan Director for Schools. The President is the chief administrator of the school in collaboration with the Principal and bears responsibility for the school’s operation and policies, concentrating primarily on its Catholicity, vision, mission and philosophy, finances, development and fund-raising efforts, care of the physical facilities, marketing, public information and maintenance of positive relations with pastors, parents, other schools, and the civic community. The President is primarily responsible for ensuring sufficient resources, sound fiscal management and the long-term financial stability of the school through direct oversight of the business operations, advancement/fundraising/development, marketing, alumni, community relations, student recruitment and enrollment management activities. The President is the primary liaison to the school’s Board of Directors.

President Religious & Professional Qualifications:

The President shall be:

Religious:

A leader/facilitator of the school’s Catholic identity.

A practicing Roman Catholic with a clear and knowledgeable understanding of the Catholic faith

Deeply committed to the development of his/her own faith and that of the faculty and staff, parents, and students

Understanding and dedication to the ministry of Catholic education

Professional:

An active and practicing Roman Catholic

Have a minimum of five years successful administrative experience in Catholic Schools

Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, Administration, Organizational Management (or related field), and/or California Administrative Credential


President Leadership Characteristics:

Ability to effectively represent the school and the Church

Ability to lead and engage others in short- and long-term planning

Strong, inspirational leader capable of working collaboratively with all constituencies to plan, implement and lead change effectively

Strong interpersonal, motivational and team-building skills—ability to work with all stakeholders and the external community

Passionate and committed to the education of young people and the needs of a diverse school community

Success at marketing and recruitment, management, budgeting and finance, administration, fundraising and communications

Able to make sound business decisions and demonstrate good judgment

Excellent listening, written and verbal communication and presentation skills

Outstanding intellectual, organizational, and managerial skills

Attitude and mindset characterized by creativity, initiative, innovation and optimism

A person of integrity, honesty, inclusivity and of excellent character


Specific President Duties & Responsibilities

Faith Community

Oversees the development and enhancement of the faith community in conjunction with the school principal and campus ministry team

Assures that the spirit of the Catholic faith is embodied in the educational mission expressed throughout MDCHS and its community

Insures that the alumni and those beyond the immediate school community are involved in the faith life of the school

Board Relations

Serves as administrative officer to the Board of Directors/Diocese

Serves as liaison between the school community and the Board of Directors/Diocese

Insures that board in-service training is conducted on areas of governance responsibility

Academics

With the Office for Schools, the President employs, supervises, evaluates, dismisses the Principal

Reviews and approves hiring and dismissal of all school employees

Insures that policies are promulgated and implemented concerning academic and student affairs

Leads and promotes sound innovative pedagogic practices

Business, Facilities, Financial Management

Employs, supervises, evaluates, dismisses the Business Manager

Reviews and approves all hiring and dismissal of classified staff (clerical, maintenance, custodial)

In conjunction with the Board of Directors/Diocese, assists in formulating and disseminating school policy and regulations

Insures that maintenance operations of the school maintain a clean and secure campus that is attentive to the physical safety needs of students, staff, and visitors

Coordinates with the Board of Directors/Diocese, school long-range/strategic planning

Prepares and monitors the school budget

Insures oversight of school food services

In conjunction with the Board of Directors/Diocese, oversees all financial procedures and school investments

Insures compliance with school and diocesan policy in areas of tuition, insurances, faculty salaries and benefits, curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular programs

Development

Employs, supervises, evaluates, dismisses the Director of Development

Employs, supervises, evaluates, dismisses, the Alumni Director

Insures appropriate communication with various publics

Insures and coordinates appropriate promotion and public relations efforts and media relations

Coordinates fund raising events

Coordinates annual and deferred giving programs

Coordinates marketing programs for image and enrollment

Oversees communications with Diocesan officials and area parishes/pastors

Salary:

Negotiated based upon experience, education and qualifications

Application Process:

Please send current résumé with cover letter to:
John Galvan
Director, Office for Schools
Diocese of San Diego
P.O. Box 85728
San Diego, CA 92186-5728

or
jgalvan@sdcatholic.org

Upon receipt of the above, candidates may be interviewed by the Director of Schools, and an application form will be forwarded to and completion requested from prospective candidates. Applications will then be reviewed and references contacted. All acceptable candidates will be interviewed by MDCHS Interview Committee, chaired by the Director for Schools. (Candidates contacted for interview will travel at their own expense)

Deadline for Résumé /Letter of Interest:

Friday, May 6, 2016, or until position is filled.

POSITION TITLE:  Director of Music Ministry Instructor

FLSA STATUS: If hired to fulfill both aspects of the description this would be considered a full-time/exempt/benefit eligible position.  St. Pius V Catholic Parish would serve as the primary employer and St. Pius V Catholic School as supplemental employer.

REPORTS TO:   The Director of Music Ministry and Instructor would report directly to the Church Pastor/Administrator and to the St. Pius V Catholic School Principal or designee.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:  St. Pius V Catholic Parish and School seeks a dynamic, passionate, and well versed music director with experience working with diverse populations and age groups. The ideal candidate will have expertise in pastoral and liturgical music, combined with creativity to serve all music ministries and enhance St. Pius V worship. We seek an individual who holds specialized credentials in music or is currently working in a credentialing program and has experience in the coordination and direction of church choirs. He/she must have a thorough understanding of Catholic liturgy, possess proficient voice and organ/piano skills, as well as good organizational abilities. The Director of Music Ministry will be responsible for developing and implementing vocal, bell and other music programs that will be integrated with the school curriculum. They will work with cantors, accompanists, volunteer choir leaders and choir members of all ages.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Computer literate in Google based applications, MS Office, and music writing/editing software
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  • Communicates regularly with the pastor, principal, attends staff meetings and collaborates with staff member
    on parish projects and events
  • Collaborates with Pastor/Administrator and financial staff in the development and execution of the music
    budget
  • Uses IOIpay.com to schedule, implement and approve payroll hours and services for all paid musicians keeping
    financial records for times and services rendered. Responsible for the training of paid musicians in their usage of
    the payroll system
  • Attends Diocesan meetings and events related to music programs
  • Experience working in a “team” environment
  • Assures the compliance with music usage licensing and reporting requirements
  • Maintains a good working relationship with local musicians and other community resources for use when
    necessary
  • Responsible for building the repertoire of the assembly to enhance the worshipping experience
  • Oversees the sound system, its usage, and all the equipment associated with the system.
  • Meets with individuals to plan for special events including, but not limited to, weddings, funerals, sacrament
    celebrations, school Masses and celebrations
  • Offers an age appropriate music program for SPV students, including the development of choir members, hand
    bell choir members and cantors
  • Other services as agreed upon by Pastor/Administrator and Principal/Vice-Principal

Qualified candidates may submit a cover letter, resume and references to :    
Kathleen Liuzzi
Parish Business Manager
St. Pius V Catholic Church
7691 Orangethorpe Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620 
OR by email at: admin@stpiusvbp.org

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Reno announces the following position:

Executive Director of Pastoral Ministry & Director of the Permanent Diaconate Program 

Job Description:
The Executive Director of Pastoral Ministry oversees the Pastoral Ministry offices of the Diocese of Reno which includes the Permanent Diaconate Formation, Faith Formation, Youth and Young Adult, Ethnic Ministry, Lay Leadership Development, and Family Life & Spirituality. 
The Executive Director ensures that the Diocesan Synod directives and outcomes are fulfilled by the various offices.  The Executive Director will also fulfill the role of the Director of Permanent Diaconate Formation Program as well as the office of Family Life & Spirituality

The Director of the Permanent Diaconate Program is to administer, implement and facilitate the formation and training of candidates and spouses for the Permanent Diaconate Formation program.

The complete job descriptions with responsibilities and requirements are found at http://renodiocese.org/jobopenings

All interested persons must complete an application (http://renodiocese.org/documents/Forms/EmploymentApplicationForm--Final1.0.pdf) and send the application and a resume to:

Rev. Robert W. Chorey
Moderator of the Curia/Chancellor
Diocese of Reno
290 S. Arlington Ave
Reno, Nv.  89501
bobc@catholicreno.org

Applications will close on May 6, 2016.

Fr. Robert W. Chorey
Moderator of the Curia/Chancellor
Diocese of Reno

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School, in coordination with the Diocese of San Diego, is seeking a qualified, experienced and transformational educational leader who is deeply committed to furthering the development of the faith life and academic excellence of a single-classroom preschool through eighth grade parish school located in San Diego, California.  The position is effective July 1, 2016.  Presently, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School has the following enrollment: Preschool = 16 and K-8 = 144.  For more information about the school, go to www.olshsd.com.  

Vision Statement:
Students at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School receive education that develops the whole person: mind, body, and spirit within the daily living experience of their family, the Catholic Church, and society.

Principal Qualifications:
Religious:  
The Principal shall:
1.  be a leader/facilitator of the school faith community
2.  be a practicing Roman Catholic with understanding of the Catholic faith
3.  be deeply committed to the development of his/her own faith and that of the parents, teachers and students
4.  be understanding and dedicated to the ministry of Catholic education
Professional:
The Principal shall:
1.  be a Roman Catholic
2.  have five years of teaching experience, ideally a minimum of five years in Catholic Schools
3.  have a Master’s Degree in school administration and/or California Administrative Credential or at least 5 years administrative experience within Catholic education
4.  have the ability to verbalize and clarify philosophy of Catholic School Education based upon relevant church documents
5.  demonstrate leadership ability in past or present educational assignments

Principal Job Description:
The principal has, as delegate of the pastor, immediate responsibility for implementing the philosophy of the school in its regular operation.  A school principal has the responsibility to:
1.  Implement the philosophy of the school in its regular operations
2.  Administer the total school program
3.  Supervise and evaluate: a) Professional personnel; b) Auxiliary support staff; c) Students
4.  Provide instructional leadership
5.  Monitor the financial operations of the school (in conjunction with the parish business manager) and report to the pastor and the finance council
6.  Cooperate with the Coordinator of Development for the School and the PTG Board and other groups to promote a development program for the school’s financial stability

Salary:
Negotiated based upon experience, education and qualifications

Application Process:
Please send current resume with cover letter to:
John Galvan
Director, Office for Schools
Diocese of San Diego
P.O. Box 85728
San Diego, CA 92186-5728
or
jgalvan@sdcatholic.org

Upon receipt of the above, an application form will be forwarded to and completion requested from each candidate.  Candidates will be interviewed by the Director of Schools after application is reviewed and references contacted.  Names, resumes and/or applications will be forwarded to the pastor.  All acceptable candidates will be interviewed by The Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School Interview Committee, chaired by the Pastor.  (Candidates contacted for interview will travel at their own expense)

Deadline for Resume/Letter of Interest:
Friday, March 25, 2016, or until position is filled.