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POSITION TITLE:  Director, Office for Youth Ministry 
HOURS:  Mon. - Fri., 8:30am - 4:30pm.  Includes occasional evenings and weekends. 
REPORTS TO:  Chancellor

The office for youth ministry supports parishes in fostering the spiritual, social and intellectual growth of young people and empowering them to transform the world as disciples of Jesus; Youth of every culture, as disciples of the Lord, ought to be drawn to responsible participation in the life and mission of the Church.  These elements affirm the Diocese of San Diego General Plan and the USCCB document “Renewing the Vision”.

Responsibilities of the Director:

To provide ongoing formation to parish youth ministers 

  • Continue providing the Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies Program.
  • Regularly evaluate effectiveness of all course content in light of the General Plan’s directives.
  • Offer training sessions for paid and volunteer program leaders.

Provide collaboration opportunities for youth ministry leadership  

  • Provide training, formation, and collaborative opportunities through in-service meetings.
  • Develop networking relationships as well as outreach opportunities with community and ecumenical organizations whose work impacts or is impacted by youth.
  • Direct the diocesan leadership camp for youth (Camp Emmaus)
  • Direct the annual diocesan gathering of youth (San Diego Youth Day)

Provide and maintain information regarding diocesan policies and guidelines 

  • Assist parishes in complying with regulatory issues and responsibilities regarding youth ministry.
  • Revise Confirmation Preparation Resource book on an as needed basis. 
  • Promote lay ecclesial ministry standards among youth ministry leaders.

Maintain and provide ministry resources

  • Continue development of resource references and website.
  • Review new publications from publishers on a regular basis.
  • Work in collaboration with other diocesan ministry offices.

Provide consultation and direction for parishes 

  • Offer consultation with youth ministers, pastors, and leadership.
  • Assist parishes with personnel issues and planning processes.
  • Provide on-site leadership training to parishes as requested.

Support leadership to further pursue spiritual and personal development. 

  • Promote opportunities to build community among leadership.
  • Connect leadership to the larger Church through courses and conferences, locally, regionally and nationally.

Participate in regional, state, and national youth organizations

  • Region XI Gathering
  • Region Eleven Commission for the Spanish Speaking
  • National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry Membership Meeting

Advocate outreach to all cultural communities in the diocese

  • Ensure training, programing and curriculum show respect and sensitivity to the cultural experience of all people.
  • Support communication and collaboration among groups.

Pastoral Juvenil con Adolescentes

  • Offer training and support for ministry programs leaders
  • Identify resources for the support of parish programs
  • Provide community building opportunities among leadership
  • Participate in national and regional gatherings


  • Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree (preferred) in Religious Studies, Pastoral Ministry, Theology or related field.
  • 5-7 years of parish youth ministry experience.
  • Excellent leadership and supervisory skills.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and collaborative skills.
  • High Intercultural competence.
  • Bilingual required: English/Spanish.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Strong ability to process and complete multiple tasks effectively.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  In the subject line of your email please reference “Director for Youth Ministry”. In the body of your email please include at least three sentences in Spanish that address your experience in parish youth ministry.

POSITION TITLE:  Administrative Assistant

REPORTS TO:  Executive Director

FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt

HOURS:  Full time, 35 hours per wk.
Position Summary: 

Provide the Catholic Service Corporation for Schools & Parishes with administrative support and assistance in carrying out their duties.  Assists the department with special projects.

Primary Responsibilities:  

  • Perform clerical/secretarial duties for the Catholic Services Corporation Staff
  • Order and purchase office supplies
  • Schedule, and coordinate all meetings & departmental events, arrange for room set up, media needs, and food
  • Maintain departmental files and records
  • Assist with processing and filing with the County Assessor Claims for Religious and Welfare Exemption from real and personal property taxation 
  • Perform research on real property databases
  • Correspond with state and county administrative agencies regarding regulatory requirements pertaining to parish and diocesan real and personal property 
  • Create check requests for vendor invoices 
  • Prepare employee expense reports 
  • Sort and process mail
  • Prepare and maintain contact list for numerous committees and location contacts
  • Assist with preparing Minutes from Parish Board Meetings
  • Provide project support as needed
  • Collecting budget certifications from the locations on an annual basis
  • Follow up with locations on year-end and budget submissions
  • Assist with organizing webinars – logistics, equipment, etc.
  • Assist with special projects
  • Collecting year-end report signatures from locations
  • Following up with locations on 1099 processing
  • Coordinating Catholic Services Corporation Board Meetings & Annual Parish Board Meetings
  • Coordinating armored courier services with locations, courier company and various banks
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications & QuickBooks
  • Problem solving— ability to gather and analyze information and resolve problems in a timely manner 
  • Interpersonal Skills—interact positively and productively;  remain open to others’ ideas and exhibit willingness to try new things
  • Written Communication—edit work for spelling and grammar; read and interpret written information
  • Planning/organizing—prioritize and plan work activities, use time efficiently 
  • Quality control—monitor own work to ensure accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Adaptability—adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands, deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.
  • Safety and security—promote and personally observe safety and security procedures


  • Three to five years of general administrative assistant experience required. 
  • Knowledge of Real Estate, contract experience and property management experience a plus.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  In the subject line of your email please reference “RCSC Administrative Assistant”.  In the body of your email, please include two to three sentences about your experience as an Administrative Assistant

POSITION TITLE:  Administrative Assistant, Offices for Youth and Young Adult Ministries (OYM and OYAM)

HOURS:  Regular office hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm (Monday through Friday).  Occasional evening and/or weekend work is required for both OYM and OYAM diocesan wide events. 

REPORTS TO:  Director of Office for Youth Ministry and Director of Office for Young Adult Ministry

FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt

Summary/Purpose: The Office for Youth and the Office for Young Adults assists parishes to:

  • Respond with cultural sensitivity to the specific needs of youth and young adults;
  • Foster their human and spiritual development;
  • Help them take their rightful place in the full life and mission of the Church;
  • Empower them to transform the world as disciples of Jesus.

The offices provide youth and young adult minsters with:

  1. Ongoing formation and in-service programs;
  2. Consultation opportunities;
  3. Information regarding diocesan policies and guidelines;
  4. Ministry resources.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Performs day-to-day administrative duties to include answering phone calls, distributing mail, and greeting visitors. 
  • Serves as the central point of telephone, email, and print communication for most office contact with parishes. 
  • Communicates fluently in English and Spanish. 
  • Provides registration support for events supported by the Offices.

These duties include: 

  • Creating promotional materials for events (flyers, posters, forms) 
  • Posting registration materials online. 
  • Tracking registrations and payments.  
  • Following up with registrants with any questions or incomplete registrations.
  • Processes all payment per Office of Finance procedures.
  • Processes all check requests, expense reports, and deposits for the Offices per Office of Finance procedures and files copies of all submitted items.
  • Performs general administrative duties to include maintenance of administrative files (physical and electronic), operation of office equipment and preparation of correspondence.
  • Maintains accurate contact databases.
  • Purchases and maintains inventory of office supplies.
  • Implements logistical support efforts for events sponsored by the Offices, to include but not limited to venue liaison, housing, food, transportation and medical support.
  • Attends major events for the Offices when required.
  • Ensures the websites for both Offices are updated and maintained with accurate information.  
  • Manages OYAM and OYM Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as OYAM Constant Contact Email List, and other new Social Media Accounts.
  • Works collaboratively with other Diocesan offices as requested.

Education and Experience:

  • Three years’ administrative assistance experience
  • Demonstrated experience in creating marketing materials
  • Bilingual, (English/Spanish) required
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Faith

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

POSITION TITLE:  Victims Assistance Coordinator
STATUS:  Exempt
HOURS:  Full time
REPORTS TO:  Vice Moderator of the Curia

Duties and Responsibilities:

Reports of Sexual Abuse by Church Ministers

  • The Victims Assistance Coordinator (VAC) receives reports of sexual abuse and sexual misconduct by promptly answering phone and e-mail messages and recording the necessary information, then notifies all appropriate officials, including Child Welfare Services and the respective law enforcement agencies.
  • The VAC offers victim and family members counseling to address the harm caused by the abuse.  
  • The VAC coordinates pastoral outreach to victim
  • The VAC cooperates with the investigator, if one has been engaged by the diocese.
  • VAC will follow up by contacting victim periodically, on an as needed basis to ensure that they are content with the pastoral outreach of the church and will contact therapist as necessary.

Support for Victims of Sexual Abuse:

  • The VAC will strive to develop support groups for victims of sexual abuse and make useful information and resources available to them.
  • The VAC will collaborate with other agencies and institutions that strive to serve the needs of sexual abuse survivors.
  • Education to Catholic Community
  • The VAC will provide information and educational opportunities to faith communities in the diocese regarding the issue of Sexual Abuse, its prevention and the Safe Environment programs implemented in the diocese.
  • The VAC will provide training and information regarding Mandated Reporting and required reporting in the diocese.
  • VAC will collaborate with other diocesan offices in the implementation and data management of the Safe Environment programs as well as participating in the training of their constituencies.

Education and Experience:

  • Graduate degree in social work, human development, or a related field
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in at least two of the following fields; counseling, working with youth and/or family services, program management experience, training development and educational programming

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Ability to work with Excel, MS Access and other database applications.
  • English/Spanish fluency required

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  In the email subject line please enter: "Victims Assistance Coordinator".  In the body of your email please include information regarding your level of education.


Position Title: Preschool Teacher position
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Preschool Director
Hours: Part-time 19.75 hours per week/possible Full-time 
Compensation: Commensurate with Experience

St. Mary Preschool is an established school that has been recently renovated.  It has new buildings, state-of-the-art equipment, a new playground and contemporary, standards-based curriculum.  We are entering into a new year of growth at the school.  Phase 1 has three classrooms and Phase 2 will include an additional two rooms.

Position Summary: Candidate is responsible for the general supervision and management of either a 3-year-old or 4-year-old classroom.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Team player with excellent interpersonal skills:  parents, co-teachers, students, Director

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Demonstrate personal initiative to maintain and provide professional upkeep of the classrooms & equipment
  • Use professional communication with preschool families and all staff as a representative of St. Mary Preschool, Parish and School.
  • Teach with creativity and imagination and use effective time/classroom management.
  • Develop weekly lesson plans with clearly stated goals and objectives to match themes and grade-level standards.  
  • Provide simple, age-appropriate projects, activities or work which show evidence of learning.


  • High School Diploma and transcripts with at least twelve units in Child Development
  • Minimum one-year of experience working in a child care center.  May consider trainee.
  • Child Abuse Index Check, DOJ background check and cleared TB test required
  • Proficient with computers, Microsoft office suite, iPad and other electronic equipment
  • Ability to use correct oral and written English.  Bilingual or a working knowledge of Spanish would be a plus.
  • Applicant should be a practicing Catholic, following the basic tenets of the Catholic Church and adhering to a moral life style. (per Catechism)

Please submit cover letter & resume to: 

POSITION TITLE:  Accounting Manager
HOURS:  Full Time
FLSA STATUS:  Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO:  Principal

St. Augustine High School, an all-male catholic high school located in San Diego’s North Park community, has a full-time employment opportunity open in its business office for the position of Accounting Manager.


  • Prepare accurate and timely financial statements, conduct variance analysis and report results to the school’s Finance Committee.
  • Maintain the general ledger, subsidiary ledgers, associated account reconciliations and schedules.
  • Coordinate and manage the external financial, pension, workers compensation and various other audits.
  • Process payroll and complete benefit reporting to third party providers (pension, 403b and flexible spending account uploads).     
  • The Accounting Manager reports to the school’s Finance Director and works closely with the school’s Advancement Department reviewing donations, processing cash receipts and maintaining schedules.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business with major emphasis in accounting.
  • Minimum 5 years of progressive accounting experience required.
  • Experience with fund accounting (not-for-profit industry preferred).
  • Thorough understanding of U. S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Tech savvy and high proficiency in Excel (V-Lookups, Pivot Tables & Macros).
  • Black baud Microsystems Financial Edge software and ADP payroll systems are a plus. 

St. Augustine is an equal opportunity employer and offers competitive compensation including full group medical, dental, vision, flexible spending account and life insurance benefits. School employees participate in the Diocese of San Diego Lay Pension Plan and the school offers a 403B tax sheltered annuity plan. 

Please submit cover letter and resume to: or mail to:
St. Augustine High School, Attn:  Business Office Employment, 3266 Nutmeg St., San Diego, CA 92104.  
Please specify “Accounting Manager” when applying.  

Position Title:  Staff Accountant
Hours:  Full Time
FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt
Reports to: Principal

St. Augustine High School, an all-male catholic high school located in San Diego’s North Park community, has a full-time employment opportunity open in its business office for the position of Staff Accountant.  


  • All aspects of AR processing, including:  receive, deposit, and post daily cash receipts according to financial policies and procedures.  Function includes tuition, fee, and other receipts.
  • All aspects of AP processing, including: coding, billing accuracy, proper authorization to pay and budget spending updates. 
  • Assist with the external financial, pension, workers compensation and various other audits.
  • Preparation of monthly journal entries, month-end closing activities and assigned account reconciliations.  
  • Prepare and file quarterly sales tax returns.
  • Maintain real time operating bank account balance.


  • High school diploma or equivalent, bachelor’s degree in Business with major emphasis in accounting preferred.
  • Minimum 5 years of progressive accounting experience required.
  • Experience with fund accounting (not-for-profit industry preferred).
  • Thorough understanding of U. S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Tech savvy and high proficiency in Excel (V-Lookups, Pivot Tables & Macros).
  • Blackbaud Microsystems Financial Edge software and ADP payroll systems are a plus. 

St. Augustine is an equal opportunity employer and offers competitive compensation including full group medical, dental, vision, flexible spending account and life insurance benefits. School employees participate in the Diocese of San Diego Lay Pension Plan and the school offers a 403B tax sheltered annuity plan. 

Please submit your cover letter and resume to: or mail to:
St. Augustine High School, Attn: Business Office Employment, 3266 Nutmeg St., San Diego, CA 92104. 
Please specify “Staff Accountant” when applying


The principal of The Nativity School has the responsibility to provide leadership that enables a school “to realize the threefold purpose of Christian education – to teach doctrine, to build community and to serve…” This challenges the principal to be an effective leader and efficient administrator.  The purpose of this job description is to support and assist the School Principal in meeting this challenge.

A School Principal has the responsibility to:

  • Implement the Philosophy of the School in its Regular Operations.
  • Administer the Total School Program.
  • Supervise and Evaluate:
  1. Professional Personnel
  2. Auxiliary Support Staff
  3. Students
  • Provide Instructional Leadership.
  • Monitor the Financial Operations of the School.
  • Promote a Development Program for the School’s Financial Security.

IMPLEMENT THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCHOOL It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Review and refine the statement of the school’s philosophy, goals, and objectives annually with Pastor (where applicable), Faculty, and School Board/Parent Board.
  • Facilitate understanding and implementing of school philosophy among all members of the school community.

ADMINISTER THE TOTAL SCHOOL PROGRAM  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Work with Pastor (where applicable) and school personnel in coordinating efforts for building a faith community.
  • Organize and coordinate the activities and responsibilities of all school personnel: administrative, instructional, and custodial.
  • Implement school policies.
  • See that state laws pertaining to students, instruction, and maintenance of records are observed.
  • See that the regulations of police and fire department are observed.
  • Maintain records on staff, students, programs, and plant facilities as required by Diocese, State and Federal government.
  • Oversee preparation of reports required by the Diocese, State and Federal government.
  • Fulfill the requirements of the WCEA/WASC Self-Evaluation process.
  • Communicate with the Pastor (parish school) on school business and the school’s place in the parish and diocese.
  • Communicate with the Director of Schools (secondary and private schools) on school business and the school’s place in the diocese.
  • Give leadership and support to the local School Board/Parent Group/Parish Council.
  • Participate in Diocesan-sponsored meetings for principals.
  • Coordinate Government Programs.
  • Oversee the care, maintenance, and security of school buildings and facilities for the health, safety, and well-being of the students and teachers.


Professional Personnel It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Recruit, employ and assign faculty in conjunction with the Director of Schools, and the Pastor of parish schools.
  • Provide a program of orientation and on-going support for teachers new to the school.
  • Provide opportunities for staff development to achieve the philosophy, goals, and objectives of Catholic School education.
  • Maintain a program for the supervision and assessment of teacher performance.
  • Provide vehicles of communication and support for teachers.
  • Conduct faculty/department meetings.
  • Keep school personnel knowledge of school law.
  • Keep teachers informed of available government, or other funded educational programs.
  • Employ qualified substitute teachers.
  • Follow diocesan policy regarding the renewal and termination of contracts, employee benefits, absences, and leaves.

Auxiliary Support Staff  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Provide job descriptions, in-services, and evaluations for all auxiliary staff.
  • Oversee all after-school programs to ensure that paid or volunteer staff are trained, qualified, and informed of school policies, their responsibilities, and liabilities for those who participate in the program.

Students  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Follow diocesan policy regarding admission of students.
  • Observe all regulations pertaining to school attendance.
  • Provide for the supervision of pupils on the school premises and during all school sponsored activities.
  • Support a system of discipline that is conducive to learning.
  • Implement diocesan policy regarding approved disciplinary measures and sanctions.
  • Monitor procedures for evaluating and reporting pupil progress to parents.
  • Obtain, maintain, and transfer pupil records according to diocesan policy.
  • Provide and oversee Student Personnel Services.

Custodial Personnel  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Supervise the custodial staff in maintenance of the school plant and maintenance supplies.

PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Supervise curriculum development, instructional planning, and evaluation of learning.
  • Provide for staff articulation of curriculum within the school.
  • Monitor the development of scope and sequence of curriculum within the total school program.
  • Select, with faculty consultation, the basic and supplementary instructional materials.
  • Coordinate the administration and follow-up of the required activities.
  • Schedule instructional programs in accordance with diocesan time allotments.
  • Coordinate remedial and enrichment programs, and related activities.
  • Coordinate government programs, including initial involvement and evaluation.
  • Follow the Diocesan schedule for evaluation of curricular areas and textbook/instructional materials selection.

MONITOR THE FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OF THE SCHOOL  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Consult with the Pastor (parish school) or Director of Schools (Secondary School) and appropriate persons, including Diocesan School Business Manager, in preparing the annual budget  and accounts for the financial operation of the school.
  • Fulfill all specified duties regarding fiscal affairs as directed by the Office for Schools.
  • Monitor fund-raising activities and accountability for monies collected for the support of the school.

PROMOTE A DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM  It is the principal’s responsibility to:

  • Collaborate with the Pastor (parish school), Director of Schools (Secondary School), and appropriate school personnel in a program for Development, Marketing and Recruitment.
  • Plan and coordinate the school’s public relations program.
  • Interpret to the parents and the community at large the philosophy, policies, religious and academic programs of the school.
  • Promote school participation in local civic community activities, especially the Christian service aspects of the religion program.

To Apply for this Position, please click on the link below: 

Position Title: Pre-School Director  
Hours:   Full time
FLSA Status: Exempt
Supervised by:  Principal  
Position Summary:

The pre-school director must have a passion for the mission of Catholic education. The pre-school director will build and maintain a Christ-centered program that develops the whole child, builds self-esteem, fosters learning through play and academics, develops an attitude of service, and sparks imagination for learning. This position offers the unique opportunity to work with the pastor and principal in establishing the preschool; applying for licensing; establishing a mission and philosophy; creating the preschool environment; designing curriculum; enrolling students etc.

Primary Responsibilities:
Laws & Licensing

  • Assures compliance with State Licensing Child Care regulations including completing appropriate paperwork for initial licensing
  • Assure compliance with applicable state and county codes and regulations
  • Oversees all management of the pre-school
  • Supervises and directs activities of preschool staff to ensure conformity with governmental law.
  • Plan and implement a safety program for the preschool, keep informed of the preschool's legal responsibilities and liabilities.
  • Prepares annual budget and perform within the budget


  • Purchase equipment and supplies and arrange for repairs and maintenance.
  • Manage and stock supplies as needed. Replace equipment as needed.
  • Recruit applicants to fill staff vacancies and select staff members.
  • Arrange for substitute help as needed and conduct regularly scheduled staff meetings.
  • Plan for and conduct fire/emergency/disaster drills.


  • Design preschool program and schedule to maximize enrollment
  • Interview parents of prospective students.
  • Facilitate frequent communication with parents
  • Plan for parent orientation.
  • Nurturing Environment:
  • Ensure a loving and safe learning environment for the children
  • Develop age appropriate creative curriculum
  • Facilitate classroom management
  • Directs and guides pre-school staff
  • Coordinates volunteer staff

Education & Experience:

  • Must have at least 12 postsecondary semester units in early childhood education from an accredited college or university. The units specified must cover child growth and development, child, family and community and program/curriculum units, 4 years teaching experience in a supervised Child Care center, and 3 or more units in Administration or Staff Relations.  OR
  • AA degree in Child development, 3 units in Administration or Staff relations, 2 years teaching experience.  OR
  • BA degree in Child development, 3 units in Administration or Staff relations, 1 year teaching experience.  AND
  • Child Development Site Supervisor Permit or Program Director Permit

Other Requirements:

  • CPR/FIRST AID certificate and successful completion of a 15hour Health and Safety course
  • TB test must be completed prior to employment
  • Background clearance by LIVESCAN prior to reporting for work and a signed statement regarding criminal conviction is required

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Friendly with excellent people skills
  • Professional demeanor
  • Comfortable with technology and familiarity with Microsoft office suite
  • Thorough knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church; must be willing to become a certified catechist.

To apply for this position, click link below:

The work of Catholic schools is ultimately a matter of maintaining the Church’s mission of building Christ’s Kingdom of justice, love and peace, while continuing relevant, real-world instructional excellence in meeting the needs of a 21st-century world that is ever-changing. 

The Diocese of San Diego is seeking dynamic, creative, and motivated teachers who inspire curiosity and enthusiasm for learning.  Successful candidates will display a love for learning, familiarity with the latest trends in educational technology, and the ability to bring the curriculum alive.  We encourage both novice and experienced teachers to apply and we look forward to meeting you!  For more information, please click on the link below.

San Diego Catholic Schools Online Job Fair for 2019-2020

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Aide
HOURS:  Part Time: M-F (7:40 am - 12:30 pm) Possible Full time.
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
SALARY RANGE: $12.00 per hour
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director


If you have a passion for working with children, are dedicated to providing the best education and care to your students, works collaboratively, and want to learn and grow, we want you to be a part of our team.

  • Assist the Teacher to create and deliver lesson plans, and assist with school curriculum
  • Oversees outdoor activities ensuring a safe environment for the children at all times
  • Assist the teacher with rest time and prep work
  • Provides children with support and care during lunchtime and rest time
  • 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
  • Able to sit on the floor, kneel or crouch down to assist children’s needs
  • Must be enthusiastic, patient and nurturing 
  • Treating children with dignity and respect
  • 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 
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Must have completed a minimum of 6 ECE units (Copy of transcripts provided)
  • Previous experience in a licensed preschool or early development center (preferred)
  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • 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.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Preschool Director at: 

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher (4 year old)
HOURS:  Part Time: M-F (19 hours per week) 
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
SALARY RANGE: $13.00 to $14.00 per hour DOE
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director
JOB OPENING:  January 2019

Position Summary:

A teaching position in an enjoyable environment where individual accomplishments and professional and educational growth are encouraged and acknowledged through programs including our employee appreciation celebrations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of our catholic school.
  • Respecting and honoring the needs of each individual child 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. 
  • Must be organized, creative, enthusiastic, patient and nurturing. 
  • Provides care, safety and support to children.
  • 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. 
  • Uses circle time and centers according to lesson plan and varies the instructional materials as needed.
  • 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.


  • Must have completed 12 ECE units or higher (Copy of transcripts provided).
  • At least 2 years working as a preschool teacher, experience with 4 year olds a plus. 
  • Must submit a minimum of 2 professional references and resume (Requirements upon hire).
  • Live Scan Fingerprint and CMG Background Clearance, CPR and First Aid, and cleared TB test to work in a Licensed Child Care Facility.
  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Passion to work with young children and a desire to grow as an educator.
  • Strong classroom management.
  • Works well with others. 
  • Has a positive attitude and enthusiasm for teaching. 

CONTACT:  Preschool Director at

Positions available in the Diocese of San Diego Schools.





Position Title: Director of Music Ministry at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church
FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports directly to: Pastor

Director of Music Ministry is a person of prayer, sensitive to the cultural experience of parishioners, and understands their spirituality and worship life. He /She is a professional who holds specialized credentials in music and who has a thorough understanding of Roman Catholic liturgy. This person of faith is responsible for the effective planning, coordination, and execution of music within the liturgical celebrations of the parish. He or she is gifted with a vision of how the Music Ministry supports the faith life of the parish.

Director of Music Ministry Job Requirements:  

  • Position requires a Master of Music or Art with an emphasis in Music and prior experience as either a Director or Assistant Director (5 yrs +) of liturgical music.  
  • Position requires a deep knowledge of Catholic liturgy and traditions.  
  • Candidate must be able to integrate him/herself into the current music culture of the parish and build upon the current music program and traditions. 
  • Candidate will have competency in piano and voice. Additional proficiency in the organ is preferred.  
  • Candidate will embody skills in leading choral groups and ensembles.   
  • Candidate will be the music teacher at the parish school. Prior music teaching experience is required
  • Prior experience in directing and leading children’s choir is required. 
  • Experience in audio technology as applicable to a worship space is a plus.  

Essential Responsibilities - Parish: 

  • Collaborate with the Pastor, under his supervision, and with other members of the parish staff, integrating his or her own area of responsibility with the overall parish endeavor.
  • Direct the parish music program, select and plan music in cooperation with the Liturgy Committee for use in parish liturgies.
  • Provide leadership in areas related to liturgical music, e.g., select and develop worship aids for the congregation; select and maintain musical instruments; coordinate services and schedules of parish musicians; assure copyright permission are satisfied, etc.
  • Collaborate with the Pastor and Liturgy Committee, and with other staff members, e.g., Principal, DRE, Youth Minister, etc., to coordinate and ensure appropriate music for all parish sacramental celebrations and provides them with consultation and needed assistance.
  • Meet with the pastor as calendared, and attend all parish staff meetings and Liturgy Committee meetings
  • Plan and direct music for liturgies (parish and school)
  • Plan and direct liturgies for weddings, funerals, and other special liturgical celebrations throughout the year
  • Coordinate, mentor, and direct adult choral groups, ensembles, and cantors
  • Coordinate, mentor, and direct the junior youth choir and youth choir and oversee a contemporary youth choral group

Essential Responsibilities- School

  • Meet regularly with the principal to discuss curriculum 
  • Collaborate with teachers on music for school liturgies
  • Teach one music class to students in kindergarten through eighth grade each week according to a master schedule
  • Support students in developing an appreciation of music and teach the fundamentals of music theory
  • Teach select instruments in specific grades (Recorder- Gr. 4 and 5; Bells – Gr. 7 and 8)
  • Provide music for the Christmas Program, Spring Showcase, and Graduation.

Mail/email cover letter and résumé to:
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church
Attn: Hiring Panel- Director of Music Ministry
11451 Blue Cypress Dr. 
San Diego, CA 92131

Position Title:  Religious Education Coordinator
Hours:  Part Time, 28 Hrs per wk
Status: Non-exempt
Reports to: Director of Religious Education

Primary Function: The Religious Education Coordinator will be responsible for the day to day operations of catechetical ministries and sacramental preparation for elementary school age children. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Developing and managing implementation of catechetical curriculums in collaboration with D.R.E.
  • Recruit, manage, and appropriately assign volunteer catechists to respective classes in collaboration with D.R.E.
  • Weekly communications to catechetical volunteers and parents. To ensure readiness of facilities, including scheduling of spaces for regular faith formation activities. 
  • Prepare weekly materials for faith formation classes according to syllabus. 
  • Provide support and materials for catechists, and catechetical aides.
  • Assist D.R.E. in organizing first reconciliation and first communion celebrations.
  • Schedule and plan parent meetings, and catechist trainings.
  • Collaborate with D.R.E. in the creation and implementation of new catechetical programs.
  • Oversee operation of Children’s Liturgy of the Word.
  • Plan and lead Vacation Bible School during the summer with assistance of faith formation staff.
  • Seek out ongoing spiritual and professional development.
  • Record sacraments in parish books.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Practicing Roman Catholic in good standing.
  • Previous experience leading a catechetical program.
  • Proven ability to lead large groups for catechesis and maintain attention of children.
  • Basic Catechist certification or equivalent.
  • Professionally communicates orally and in writing. 
  • Highly Organized.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Full computer literacy with knowledge of/or willingness to learn Parish Data System. 
  • Experience in leadership positions desirable but not required.
  • Experience in education desirable but not required.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Justin Combs at:

Position Title:  Administrative Assistant      
Hours: Full-time (weekends required)      
Supervised by:  Director of Catechetical Ministry 

Position Summary:

The Administrative Assistant for the Religious Education department is responsible for providing administrative support to the Director for Catechetical Ministry. This position consists of phone support, verbal and written communication with parishioners, catechists in the Spanish and English programs, assists in setting up for classes & meetings, and maintaining and creating new databases as needed.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Answer telephones in a professional and delightful manner
  • Maintain and create new databases as needed
  • Prepare mailings
  • Order books, supplies and materials 
  • Type routine correspondence
  • Assists in payment of accounts payable and maintains RE Records  
  • Keeps the records of sacramental preparation programs 
  • Intake, data input and roster assignment for the RE registrations
  • Updates RE schedule on PDS scheduler
  • Other duties as assigned by the RE Director
  • Under special circumstances, assist in teacher or parent meetings.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Must be well organized; able to set priorities and meet deadlines
  • Experienced and familiar with Microsoft Office 2013, and publisher
  • Friendly and Respectful with excellent people skills
  • Professional demeanor
  • Thorough knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Acquire a basic knowledge of catechetical policies
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality

Education & Experience:

  • Must be bi-lingual (English/Spanish); with excellent verbal, reading, and writing skills
  • Two years of experience with administrative and office procedures required
  • Experience in catechetic and catechetical terminology preferred

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Position Title:  Sacristan Supervisor
Status:  Non-Exempt
Hours:  Part-Time, 25+hrs/wk
Reports to:  Pastor


The primary role of the Sacristan/Maintenance Supervisor is to ensure that the pastor/presider is assisted and supported for all liturgies held at The Immaculata. To ensure that liturgical and maintenance supplies are kept at adequate levels.  To provide assistance as needed in support of all other functions at The Immaculata.


  • Set up for daily and Sunday Mass
  • Ordering all sacristy and sacramental supplies 
  • Coordinating special liturgies including baptisms, funerals and Diocesan liturgies
  • Set up and assist for various non-liturgical functions
  • Recruit and train altar servers
  • Collaborate with other liturgical minister coordinators to assure liturgical ministers are qualified, trained and scheduled for duties
  • Coordinate liturgical ministers’ schedule 
  • Supervise janitorial contractor to assure church is maintained at the highest level of cleanliness and good repair
  • Ensure that all supplies are kept at adequate levels and properly stored
  • Oversee building and facility maintenance to identify potential or actual problems 
  • Work with pastor, office manager, USD personnel, or outside contractors as needed to ameliorate problems


  • Knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith
  • Knowledge of church liturgies

Please submit resume and cover letter to Rev. Matthew Spahr at:

Position Title:  Director of Catechetical Ministry                  
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours a week
Supervised by:  Pastor                                                              
FLSA Status: Non-exempt 

Position Summary:

The Director of Catechetical Ministry administers the parish catechetical program and provides leadership to assist the parish community in building a solid foundation of catechetical ministry.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Administrative Duties:

  • Organize, schedule & oversee religious education program for pre-school thru 121h grade.
  • Prepare, schedule sacramental programs and worship services for students and parents.
  • Order textbooks, teaching materials and resources for the program.
  • Prepare an annual budget for the Finance Council and monthly financial updates. The DCM is responsible for submitting/overseeing annual RE budget.
  • Prepare a yearly calendar; present to the Pastor for approval by May.
  • Report bimonthly to the Pastor.
  • Support and endorse diocesan and parish policies.
  • Participate in ongoing formation and educational opportunities to keep current on trends in catechetical ministry

Supervisory Duties:

Provide support and supervision for the Administrative Assistant.

Provide support and supervision for stipend personnel to include:

  • Directors of Vacation Bible School
  • Elementary Nursery Coordinator.
  • Assist the Administrative Assistant in recruiting volunteer catechists, office assistants, and hall monitors for the program and appropriate in-service training and formation for them.
  • Identify and support the training for catechists at each grade level.
  • The DCM supervises paid staff and numerous volunteers.
  • Counsel, advice, and visit with students, parents & teachers when classroom problems arise.
  • Spirituality and Prayer Leadership
  • Prepare and preside at para-liturgical celebrations for students.
  • Coordinate and plan with pastor sacramental rites for RE students.
  • Plan with assistant directors the Advent and Lenten Family Fairs.

Staff Responsibilities:

  • Work with Administrative Assistant to integrate the total parish religious education program.
  • Meet regularly with parish staff for planning and coordination of parish programs.
  • Work with Youth Minister to coordinate RE/Youth ministry activities.

Position Requirements:
Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies, Pastoral Theology, Catechetic or equivalent preferred. (-)
  • Diocesan Institute Ministry Certificate in Catechetical Ministry required.  (*)
  • 3-5 years’ experience in parish catechetical ministry in a leadership capacity. (*)

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • A practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church. (*)
  • Basic Catechist Certification, current or in progress (-)
  • Knowledge of Catholic doctrine, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other relevant Church and Catechetical Documents. (*)
  • Leadership and teambuilding abilities to direct religious education and oversee all areas of responsibility (*)(-)
  • Strong organizational skills, including time management, delegation, planning, budgeting and ability to balance multiple projects at a time (*)
  • Self-starter who is disciplined, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with others. (*)
  • Excellent planning, organizational, leadership and collaborative skills. (*)
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English desired (-)
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Office (*)
  • Must have current technology and social media knowledge. (-)
  • Close collaboration with Pastor and Pastoral Associate to assess and meet the pastoral needs of the whole parish community. (**) highly required.

(*) Required/Mandatory
(-) Highly Desired/Preferred

Work Environment:

This position entails frequent evening and weekend work.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Position Title:  Director of Religious Education 
Hours:  Hourly/To be determined
Status:  Non-Exempt
Reports to:  Pastor

Job Summary:  

The Director of Religious Education (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 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 sacrament, 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 meeting/events
  • Create and monitor a budget, to be approved, for Religious Education (we do NOT have unlimited funds)
  • Direct the selection process and purchase of texts and materials for Religious Education, RCIC, Sunday Preschool, and Children’s Liturgy, and instructs catechist 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 the 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 the Sacramental Records
  • Other duties as assigned


  • 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)


  • Proficient in English, written and spoken
  • A strong understanding of Catholic Liturgy, Catholic teachings, Catholic Faith, and Catholic principles
  • Should be at least 21 years of age
  • B. A. or M.A. in Religious Education, Catechesis, Theology, or Pastoral Ministry (Master’s degree is preferred)

Please submit cover letter and resume to Fr. Steve McCall:

POSITION TITLE:  Religious Education Program Coordinator

HOURS:  40 Hours/Week, including evenings and weekends



Position Summary:

Under the direction of the Pastor, plans, develops, organizes and evaluates the Faith Formation Program for the Parish.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Develops goals, objectives, and implements strategies for a comprehensive faith formation program that serves students ages 7-17 and adults including preparation for sacraments.
  • In conjunction with the Pastor, develops and implements a coherent and unified curriculum and catechetical plan for the Parish.
  • Evaluates faith formation programs and makes recommendations to the Pastor.
  • Responsible for the recruitment and training of volunteers/catechists for catechetical programs.
  • Assures volunteers/catechists receive mandatory training and establishes and implements appropriate training programs for catechists to receive required certification courses.
  • Proven participation and updating of the Safe Environment Program through the diocese.
  • Provides support to the formation team for training, resources, and programs.
  • Keeps current in developments/changes with Diocesan policies as they relate to formation and sacramental practices.
  • Submits reports to the Pastor and Parish Office as requested.
  • Meets regularly with Pastor and parish staff for planning and coordination.
  • Prepares annual budget for review by the pastor and oversee expenditures.
  • Development of a yearly schedule for all faith formation programs, which is presented to Pastor.
  • Coordinates with Pastor and Parish Office sacramental rites and ceremonies.
  • Works with Youth Ministry to coordinate activities for Confirmation and RCIA-Youth Programs.
  • Attends Diocesan appropriate workshops and meetings.
  • Counsels, advices, & visits with students, parents & teachers when classroom problems arise.
  • Orders textbooks, teaching materials and resources for the program.
  • Performs any other job-related duties as necessary for the smooth flow of work in the department and/or as assigned by the Pastor.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Must be an active member, in good standing, of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Knowledge of Catholic doctrine and beliefs as presented in the documents of Vatican Council II, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other relevant Church and Catechetical Documents.
  • Leadership abilities to direct religious education and Sacramental preparation programs.
  • Ability to work under pressure; must be able to work under frequent interruptions.
  • Acts as a resource person for the formation team, staff and parish community.
  • Must be fluent in English and Spanish.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with others.
  • Computer literacy, excellent written, oral communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Possess excellent planning, organizational and collaborative skills.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to travel as required.

 Minimum Qualifications:

  • Degree in Religious Studies, Pastoral Theology, Catechetics or equivalent, such as: Diocesan Institute Ministry Certificate in Catechetical Ministry.
  • Three-Five years of formation experience in a parish or diocesan position. (Related degrees and comparable experience will be considered.)

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to:

Carlos Maximo

St. Jude Shrine of the West

1129 S. 38th Street

San Diego, CA 92113

POSITION TITLE:   Maintenance/Janitor
SUPERVISED BY:  Facilities Manager
HOURS:  Full time (40 hours/week)
FLSA STATUS:  Non-Exempt


General duties include the maintenance of parish facilities, trash removal, and other areas as needed.  Duties also include setup/teardown of special events. 


  • Maintenance, repair and service of building.
  • Knowledge of power equipment and hand tools necessary to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Remove, repair and replace lights and ballasts as needed.
  • Perform general carpentry work.
  • Perform general plumbing maintenance.
  • Maintain grounds, including irrigation repairs and gardening.    
  • Maintain facilities and all parish properties.
  • Notify appropriate personnel of structural items or contents needing maintenance or repairs by outside contractors.
  • Handle and accept deliveries inside and outside the building as necessary.
  • Open set up, close and clean for special events.
  • Provide assistance to Diocesan and affiliated organizations using the facility.
  • Assemble equipment including desks, chairs, cabinet etc.
  • Assist in maintaining building security by checking for unlocked doors and unauthorized occupants.
  • Perform duties as assigned.


  • Strong working knowledge of repair methods, materials, tools and general practices.
  • Ability to perform moderate to heavy manual labor including frequent bending, walking and heavy lifting.
  • General knowledge of carpentry, plumbing and electrical work preferred.


  • Previous related work experience preferred.
  • Must be able to understand English
  • Ability to be self-sufficient and perform outlined tasks without supervision.

Please forward resume to: or Fax: 619-264-2198

Position Title:  Religious Education Coordinator
FLSA:  Non-Exempt
Hours:  Part-Time, 18hrs/wk
Reports to:  Pastor


The Religious Education Coordinator directs the systematic catechesis of children and youth, including preparation for sacraments, assistance to parents in their role as primary catechists, and other experiences that develop love for Christ, faithfulness to the magisterium, and appreciation of Catholic culture.


  • Developing and directing a curriculum of systematic catechesis
  • Recruiting, training and evaluating Catechists
  • Developing and directing programs to prepare children for sacraments of initiation in the Catholic faith
  • Preparing youth for Confirmation
  • Overseeing Children’s Liturgy of the Word program and providing administrative organization for an efficient and effective program


  • Bachelor’s degree in religious studies (Master’s degree preferred) 
  • Prior experience in directing a similar program 
  • Prior experience as a Catholic school teacher or administrator

Please submit cover letter and resume to Rev. Matthew Spahr at:

In the subject line of your email reference, “Religious Education Coordinator.”  Please also include 2-3 sentences describing your experience with Religious Education.


POSITION:  Accountant – Grants and Contracts

DEPARTMENT:  Administration/ Business Office

SALARY:  $24.00-$26.00 per hour, Depending on Experience

WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week, Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.     

Agency Background 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of San Diego has served the poor and vulnerable in Southern California since 1919. Across two counties, San Diego and Imperial, Catholic Charities reflects the cultural diversity that is consistent with a border diocese. Rooted in the Gospel values of mercy and justice, the agency responds to diverse needs and is an effective advocate for the poor and marginalized.

The Grants and Contract Accountant: 

Performs complex and varied technical accounting work, including analyzing, verifying fiscal records and reports, reconciling general ledger accounts, administers complex grants portfolio awarded by Federal, State and Local grants.

Responsibilities Include: 

  • Claims: Process claims (invoices) for assigned contracts which includes the following steps for each contract:
  • Maintain contract file with copy of contract, contact information, copies of all invoices with backup for calculation of invoice amounts, and other needed documents and log of accounts receivable.
  • Reconcile grant financial records with general ledger and prepare monthly expenditure spreadsheets showing budget, expenditures to date, and balance by line item.
  • Prepares invoices based on actual expenses and contract terms and budgets. For contracts that require draw down of funds, do on-line draw down instead of invoice after review by Controller.
  • Prepare monthly journal entries to record indirect cost and accounts receivable or other items specific to each contract.
  • Prepare payroll and accounts payable journal entries to reclass expenses to the appropriate grants.

Reporting on grants and custodial programs:

  • Maintain log of all reporting requirements beyond monthly invoices, such as quarterly, semi-annual and/or annual reports and close out reports. Prepare these reports in a timely manner.
  • Send copy of monthly expenditure spreadsheet showing status of contract to Program Director after spreadsheet/invoice is approved by Controller.
  • Track and log all accounts receivables and funds received from contractor and follow up when funds are past due.
  • Send monthly Statement of Activities Program Summary on assigned contracts to Program Managers.
  • Keep Controller and Program Director informed of any issues related to your contract.

Desirable Skills & Experience: 

  • The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in finance or accounting.
  • With a minimum 5+ years’ experience in non-profit sector, as well as grants and contract experience.
  • A knowledge of grant processes including accounting and financial reporting. 
  • An ability to interpret complex grant funding requirements, submissions, and budget projections.
  • Knowledge to interpret federal, state, and local government law and regulations regarding grant administration. 
  • Excellent computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office Software.
  • Desired: Experience with Blackbaud Financial Edge accounting software.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to details and high standards of quality. 
  • Must embrace fully the Mission of Catholic Charities. 

How to Apply:

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

POSITION TITLE: Child Care Worker

SALARY RANGE: $15 hourly plus Benefits 

HOURS:   Position 1- 32 hours (Th, Fr, and Sun 7am-3pm and Sat 3pm-11pm)
                 Position 2- 40 hours (Sat, Sun, M, T, W 7am-3pm) 


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.


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 social-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.


It is required that the position of Child Care Worker shall meet one of the following requirements: 

  • A Bachelor of Arts or Sciences Degree. 
  • A valid Child Development Teaching Permit. 
  • Completed 12 semester units of Early Childhood Education, Adolescent Development, or Foster and Kinship Care Education and have at least 100 hours of experience working with youth. 
  • A valid certificate as an Alcohol Counselor, Drug Counselor or Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and have at least 100 hours of experience working with youth. 
  • A valid vocational training certificate, credential, or documentation demonstrating that the individual is a trade journeyperson who instructs children in vocational skills and have at least 100 hours of experience working with youth as a mentor, athletic coach, teacher, vocational coach, tutor, counselor, or other relevant experience determined by the department. 
  • Previously been employed as a full time staff or served as a volunteer at a group home, short-term residential therapeutic program, or substance abuse treatment program for at least one year. 
  • Relevant life experience in the child welfare, mental health or juvenile justice systems as a consumer, mentor, or caregiver or relevant experience as determined by the department
  • Experience may be substituted for 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.

If interested in applying for this position please apply on the career page of the Children of the Immaculate Hearts website at:

HOURS: M-F 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
SALARY RANGE: Please see job posting on website


The teacher is the primary staff responsible for classroom instruction, student testing, IEP processes, and student transcripts. The teacher will do this alongside the staff of Diego Hills Charter School, who will take care of all of the transcripts, credit recording, and academic testing.


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

  • Classroom management and instruction.
  • Assist with the Intake Process for a new student along with Diego Hills’ staff.
  • Assist with the IEP Process as necessary alongside Diego Hills’ staff.
  • Provide each new student with academic testing within 30 days of admission and prior to discharge, if residency is greater than 5 months.
  • Design appropriate curriculum and lesson plans for each student.
  • Maintain accurate daily attendance records for all students.
  • Develop and post a monthly schedule of field trips.
  • Maintain up-to-date student files.
  • Complete incident reports in a timely fashion and submit to the Administrator.
  • Handle classroom discipline and be prepared to implement appropriate crisis intervention techniques.
  • Manage petty cash and operate classroom within budget.
  • Supervise TA and provide a minimum of an annual performance appraisal.
  • Attend weekly Teachers Meeting.
  • Attend weekly Facility Team Meeting as often as possible.
  • Supervise students at all times.
  • Complete student report cards in a timely manner.
  • Maintain record of student’s clock hours, credits, assigning academic subjects to match grade level and graduation needs.
  • Plan academic graduation ceremonies in consultation with the Principal and House Manager.

If you feel a calling for this position, please visit our website to apply: