St. Vincent’s Seminary in the East Germantown section of Philadelphia is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant to assist the Religious Superior in collecting, coordinating and communicating information to insure a smooth operation of his Office and the community of Vincentian priests and brothers. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, screening telephone calls and emails, answering external and internal inquiries, maintaining calendars, distributing communications, taking meeting minutes and preparing schedules. Responsibilities also include drafting letters, reports and communications, processing mail, organizing meetings, organizing group meetings and events, creating spreadsheets and managing databases, assisting Vincentian priests and brothers as required, interacting with vendors, etc.
Skills and Qualifications required are:
• Good interpersonal and communication skills when dealing with people
• Good command of the English language, both written and spoken
• Discretion, good judgement, well organized, initiative, ability to work independently and meet deadlines are essential
• Working knowledge of computers, email, scanners and voice systems
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher
This is a full-time, 37 ½ hour a week, non-exempt position with excellent benefits. A high school diploma, GED or equivalent experience is required, Associates degree preferred. Applicants should have 2 to 4 years’ of experience as an Administrative Assistant. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. St. Vincent Seminary is a non-profit, Catholic, residential facility for Vincentian priests and brothers, located in Philadelphia. As a Vincentian Community, we are committed to following the teachings of St. Vincent DePaul which emphasizes respect for the individual, service to those who are poor, human solidarity and seeing Christ in those we serve.
POSTED: April 26, 2022
Serviam Girls Academy (SGA) of Wilmington, Delaware is a Catholic, tuition-free middle school that educates girls in grades 5-8 from under-resourced communities. Serviam’s mission is to cultivate the potential of young women through a challenging, holistic education rooted in the Ursuline tradition. Serviam offers an extended day and year model, partnerships with families and community members, and support for students beyond graduation.
The Principal is the educational leader of the school, directly responsible to the President for managing all school operations. S/he manages daily school activities, coordinates curricula, and oversees teachers and other school staff to provide a safe and productive learning environment for students. This position demands strong communication and managerial skills in order to maintain a close working relationship with the President, the faculty, staff, and students, as well as parents and the community at large.
Primary Responsibilities: Work closely and in partnership with the President to:
● Promote the mission both in the school and broader community
● Establish a strong professional, growth-minded faculty culture
● Set high academic and behavioral standards among faculty and students
● Oversee curriculum development and implementation
● Provide instructional leadership across all academic and enrichment programs
● Implement school safety policies and procedures, especially with regard to student health, emergencies, and facilities
● Manage faculty and office staff, including hiring, scheduling, supervision, and evaluation
● Manage student and family relations
● Oversee the academic and programmatic budget, facilities, and wrap around services; ensure proper budget controls for instructional materials
● Oversee creation of the school-wide master schedule and communicate the calendar, and any changes to it, throughout the school year
● Prepare necessary reports and documentation as requested by the President for presentation to the board Qualifications
● Master’s Degree in School Administration from an accredited College or University.
● 3-5+ years experience educational administration or school leadership position
● Experience teaching in a middle school setting
● Experience with curriculum development and implementation at a middle school level
● Excellent organizational, communication, and collaborative leadership skills
● Knowledge of Middle States Accreditation process
● Experience developing and working with a budget
● Strong work ethic with an ability to multitask, prioritize, foster an empowering learning and motivated work environment among students and staff
● Proven sensitivity and ability to relate to persons from different ethnic, religious and socio-economic backgrounds
Qualified applicants should submit their resume with a cover letter to Human Resources via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
POSTED: April 26, 2022
About Us: Daylesford Abbey — a Norbertine community of Catholic priests and brothers — is an oasis of peace in the lovely Chester County countryside. We live a common life through contemplation, common prayer and active service to the local Catholic community through preaching, teaching, parish work, social services, retreat ministry and so much more.
Position: The Development Assistant works with the Development Director to support the mission and programs of Daylesford Abbey, by creating, cultivation and sustaining relationships with donors. The Development Assistant is responsible for assisting with all strategic fundraising efforts (i.e. event planning, written communications, phone calls, mailings, gift acknowledgements, and database management).
● Develop solicitation strategies for donors, fundraising events and campaigns
● Assist in securing new and renewed gifts
● Ensure donor recognition and accurate donor lists
● Manage online contributions and acknowledgements (via PayPal)
● Process credit card payments
● Database management related to donor interactions
● Assist with event planning and implementation
● Coordinate Annual Giving Appeal
● Managing calendar and scheduling
● Assist Abbey’s Vocation Team with inquiries from discerners to religious life
● Other duties as assigned by Director of Development
● Interest and desire to participate in and support the mission of Daylesford Abbey
● Interpersonal skills and relationship building competencies
● Excellent verbal and written skills as well as organizational skills and attention to detail
● Ability to be self-motivated, disciplined and problem-solve
● Experience in capital/event/project management preferred
● Ability to manage multiple projects and assignments
● Ability to work with a wide diversity of individuals
● Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge (or other CRM database/software)
● Monday to Friday
● Some weekend availability Education
● Bachelor’s (Preferred) Experience
● Fundraising or Related Experience: 3 years (Preferred)
How to Apply: Send Resume and Cover Letter to Fr. John Joseph Novielli at email@example.com
POSTED: March 25, 2022
St. Elizabeth School, located in Wilmington, DE, is seeking an elementary school principal (grades PreK3 -8) to sustain and advance an established Catholic school in the tradition of St. Benedict. The elementary school principal of St. Elizabeth School will be a spokesperson and representative of the Benedictine charism in hospitality, prayer, work, and service. As such, this leader is required to demonstrate spiritual and visionary leadership and serve as an educational leader for students, faculty, and parents.
St. Elizabeth Elementary School, with approximately 25 educators and support staff is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the Delaware Association of Independent Schools. St. Elizabeth, comprised of 235 students (grades PreK-8), uses updated technology within the classrooms to enhance the learning environment of our students. With creative opportunities such the Viking Performance Pathway Program, which enhances the learning opportunities in the areas of math and science with enrichment clusters and group activities, we are able to challenge our students as they grow academically, socially and spiritually. In addition to the extensive curricular offerings, the school offers the opportunity for performing arts and drama program with the assistance of the Penna Foundation Grant, showcasing the talents and energy of our students and teachers. The school campus comprises two city blocks with a beautiful Romanesque-style church, a theater for performing arts and a gymnasium.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate exceptional interpersonal and management skills, foster diversity, equity and inclusivity within the community, be an effective listener, developer of talent, provide leadership in the use of technology, be open minded and innovative. Overall, the principal will provide leadership for faith, academics, and student life. The Elementary School Principal, High School Principal and the President will collaborate closely on the mission and vision of the one school.
The successful candidate should meet the following criteria:
• Live as a practicing Catholic
• Hold an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) from an accredited institution
• Hold or be eligible for Delaware or Maryland licensing/certification (Catholic Theology or Ministry degree is exempt from this requirement)
• Have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the elementary level (Catholic school experience as a teacher/administrator preferred)
A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than Thursday, March 31, to: Mary E. Filippone Personnel Coordinator Catholic Schools Office 1626 N. Union Street Wilmington, DE 19806 firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTED: March 15, 2022
ST. ANN SCHOOL, founded in 1899 in the Highlands neighborhood of Wilmington, DE, seeks qualified applicants for the position of PRINCIPAL beginning July 1, 2022. The school, with a current enrollment of 225 students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8, is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. St. Ann School is the first school in the nation to receive the Middle States Association’s Program of Distinction in Early Childhood Education for the school’s PreK3, PreK4, and Kindergarten programs. Students at St. Ann School exceed academic assessment standards and out-perform on the national level, while also fully participating in extracurricular and numerous service opportunities to help develop them to be future leaders in the Church and community.
The Principal position requires a school leader who is a faith-filled Catholic with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and knowledge of current educational, technological, financial, and marketing trends. The ability to lead a school in a close-knit community in values, academics, and service amidst strong Catholic identity and traditional values is a must. The Principal is expected to forge relationships with parents, stakeholders, and the community in order to further the mission of the school, to “educate each student in the Catholic tradition of faith, academic excellence, and service, while guiding them to lead as disciples of Jesus Christ.”
The successful candidate must meet the following criteria:
• Live as a practicing Catholic in good standing with a commitment to ongoing formation in catechetical and spiritual leadership development
• Hold an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) from an accredited institution
• Hold or be eligible for Delaware or Maryland licensing/certification (Catholic Theology or Ministry degree is exempt from this requirement)
• Have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the elementary level (Catholic school experience as a teacher/administrator strongly preferred) and demonstrate a commitment to continued growth of Catholic education
A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than Monday, March 28, 2022, to: Mary E. Filippone Personnel Coordinator Catholic Schools Office 1626 North Union Street Wilmington, DE 19806 (302) 573-3133 email@example.com
POSTED: March 8, 2022
Job Summary: This position oversees and directs the Mission Integration activities by championing the Mission and Core Values of St. Ignatius Nursing & Rehab Center, a sponsored ministry of the Felician Franciscan Sisters.
As an active member of the senior management team this position collaborates and focuses on the integration of the Mission and Core Values in all aspects of the facility’s operation (i.e. planning, policy development, leadership/staff development, and finance/budget).
Core Values: Upholds and promotes the philosophy, mission, and values of St. Ignatius Nursing & Rehab Center. Specifically: Dignity of All Persons, Excellence through Compassion, Community through Transformation, Stewardship through Justice & Peace, and Concern for the Poor. Essential Functions: Collaborates, with the support of the Administrator and the President & CEO, in the integration of the Mission and Core Values in the facility’s daily operations.
If interested, please contact Shaneek Bender, HR Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-349-8800 x213
POSTED: March 2, 2022
St. Elizabeth School is seeking a high school principal (grades 9-12) to sustain and advance an established Catholic school in the tradition of St. Benedict. The high school principal of St. Elizabeth School will be a spokesperson and representative of the Benedictine charism in hospitality, prayer, work, and service. As such, this leader is required to demonstrate spiritual and visionary leadership and serve as an educational leader for students, faculty, and parents.
St. Elizabeth High School, with a faculty and staff of approximately 35 educators, is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the Delaware Association of Independent Schools. St. Elizabeth, comprised of 200 students, is a 1:1 iPad environment, an Apple Distinguished School, and a 2015 recipient of the Delaware Superstars in Education Award. The school offers a strong college-preparatory academic program, including 12 Advanced Placement courses, a dual school enrollment agreement with the University of Delaware, Immaculata University, and Wilmington University, a counselor-directed accommodations program for students with learning opportunities, and 98% of graduating seniors attending colleges and universities. In addition to the extensive curricular offerings, the school offers 18 athletic teams that compete on the freshman, junior varsity, and varsity levels and more than 25 clubs engaging students in co- and extra-curricular activities. The school campus comprises two city blocks with a beautiful Romanesque-style church, two school buildings, state of the art science labs, a theater and gymnasium, locker rooms, training facilities, and public athletic fields.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate exceptional interpersonal and management skills, foster diversity, equity and inclusivity within the community, be an effective listener, developer of talent, provide leadership in the use of technology, be open minded and innovative. Overall, the principal will provide leadership for faith, academics, and student life. The High School Principal, Elementary School Principal and the President will collaborate closely on the mission and vision of the one school.
The successful candidate should meet the following criteria: • Live as a practicing Catholic • Hold an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) from an accredited institution • Hold or be eligible for Delaware or Maryland licensing/certification (Catholic Theology or Ministry degree is exempt from this requirement) • Have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the secondary level (Catholic school experience as a teacher/administrator preferred)
A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than Friday, March 18, to: Mary E. Filippone Personnel Coordinator Catholic Schools Office 1626 N. Union Street Wilmington, DE 19806 email@example.com
POSTED: February 24, 2022
The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal (CAMM) in the East Germantown section of Philadelphia is seeking an experienced Shrine Docent to advance the mission of the Miraculous Medal Shrine by actively portraying St. Catherine Labouré to audiences at the Shrine, in retreats, educational programs, etc. In this role, they would share the story of St. Catherine and the Miraculous Medal to audiences of school children, in retreats, for various program participants, etc. As docent, they would conduct engaging tours of the Shrine and the Art Museum for groups of both students and adults. Using techniques of dialogue and inquiry, role play and storytelling, they would encourage the audience to further explore these sites to appreciate and understand the significance of Mary of the Miraculous Medal and the Shrine.
A minimum of five years of experience as a teacher, actor or docent and experience in public speaking is required. The incumbent must be available on Mondays to greet and engage participants at novenas and flexibility required for participating in some weekend events.
This is a part-time, salaried position at 18 hours per week and an annual salary of $20,000 a year. Preference will be given to applicants that are of the Catholic faith. All employees must show proof of vaccination and wear a mask in-building. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
POSTED: February 24, 2022
Saint Leo the Great Catholic School, in Lancaster, PA, is seeking a devout, dedicated and dynamic leader to guide and maintain its thriving Elementary School. Currently, the School provides extensive individualized instruction, specialized teaching for those with Learning Differences, and STEM curriculum in Middle School Grades. We are looking to introduce a “Catholic Classical Model” in conjunction with our existing curriculum. The Diocese of Harrisburg requires a minimum of 5 years teaching experience and, at least, a Catechetical Certification but preference will be given to those with a Master’s Degree. For more information, see the Employment Listings on the Diocese of Harrisburg website: www.hbgdiocese.org.
Please send Resume and Letter of Interest by March 4, 2022 to: Ann Everest, Department of Education, Diocese of Harrisburg, 4800 Union Deposit Road, Harrisburg, PA 17111-3710 or by e-mail: email@example.com. For any particular inquiries, please contact Very Rev. Peter I. Hahn, V.F., Pastor of Saint Leo the Great Catholic Church, 2427 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17601 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text at 717-808-7366.
POSTED: February 14, 2022
ST. PETER THE APOSTLE SCHOOL (SPAS), in the Diocese of Wilmington, DE, seeks qualified applicants for the position of PRINCIPAL beginning July 1, 2022. This Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8 school, located in Historic Old New Castle, opened in 1906 and is the parish school for St. Peter the Apostle Church. SPAS has a diverse, stable enrollment of 160 students. The school is strong in Catholic Identity and provides a rigorous curricular program with state-of-the-art technology. The Principal works closely with the pastor, the parish and finance councils of the parish, the parish staff, the diocesan Catholic Schools Office, and a faculty of approximately 25. The Principal serves as the educational leader, responsible for managing the policies, regulations and procedures to ensure that all students are supervised in a safe traditional Catholic learning environment that meets the approved curricula and mission of the school. The successful candidate must meet the following criteria:
•Live as a practicing Catholic in good standing with a commitment to ongoing formation in catechetical and spiritual leadership development
•Hold an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) from an accredited institution
•Hold or be eligible for Delaware or Maryland licensing/certification (Catholic Theology or Ministry degree is exempt from this requirement)
•Have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the elementary level (Catholic school experience as a teacher/administrator preferred) and demonstrate a commitment to continued growth of Catholic education
•Demonstrate leadership ability with experience in school financial management, marketing, and development
A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than Friday, February 18, to: Mary E. Filippone Personnel Coordinator Catholic Schools Office 1626 North Union Street Wilmington, DE 19806 (302) 573-3133 email@example.com
POSTED: February 3, 2022
A single, self-employed man in his 60s seeks a fellow tenant for a spacious first-floor 2-BR apartment in Conshohocken. Modern appliances, laundry, off-street parking. $850/month plus half of utilities (heating oil, electricity, internet if applicable). Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-886-9481 (home/work).
POSTED: November 22, 2021
Position Summary: The Assistant Director of Campus Ministry collaborates with the Director of Campus Ministry in Service of the mission of Campus Ministry and the mission of Immaculata University. A primary focus of the Assistant Director of Campus Ministry is to coordinate activities on and off campus which promote social justice, community service and a sense of community and fellowship.
Major responsibilities include: Plan, implement and oversee service opportunities and service trips. Integrate opportunities for social justice education within service activities and prayer services, etc. Develop a network of partnerships with community agencies. Mentor student leaders responsible for social justice. Work collegially as a member of the Campus Ministry team in support of the various Campus Ministry activities. Collaborate with the Director of Campus Ministry in the planning and implementation of fellowship events and prayer services. Manage the communication of Campus Ministry events via website, social media presence, electronic bulletin, Dome Digest, Involvio app, etc., in collaboration with the Director of Campus Ministry and the Vice President for Mission and Ministry. Assist the office of Student Development and Engagement when needed as determined by the Director of Campus Ministry. Supervise the Community Service Federal Work Study Program. Collect and analyze data from community service, service learning programs and events from across the university for the prior academic year. Compose an annual report and marketing on University community service/service learning data; provide reports for archives, recruitment, retention, grants, government agencies, etc. Develop a social justice model for community service/service learning congruent with the university mission and purpose and Catholic Social Teaching. Develop educational programs for University departments and personnel on the social justice model. Create a network of community partners to enhance community service/service learning, in particular Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and other community service oriented providers. Serve as advisor to the CRS Student Ambassadors
Requirements: Collegiate level study of Religious Studies/theology Completion of certification process in Campus Ministry by CCMA within three semesters of hire is expected/OR/ active pursuit of re-certification requirements is required. Ability to collaborate, communicate effectively and function as a team member. Experience in ministry with traditional and non-traditional students. Ability to coordinate programs. Strong Catholic faith commitment.
Apply on our website / Interview Exchange: http://immaculata.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=139042
POSTED: November 9, 2021
Attn: Families, Parishioners, Pastors, Retreat Directors, Hospice Centers, Nursing Homes … Absolutely beautiful music for the soul, for the spirit. Over 3 hrs. of inspirational hymns not just honoring the Blessed Mother & Our Lord, Jesus Christ, but rendering to the listener a gift of Peace and Comfort, surely appropriate for today’s world. As a vocalist, retreatants who attended Malvern during the years of ’88 thru ’92 might remember me performing a Saturday evening concert in McShain Hall, every Saturday night. Just recently I assembled a collection of 55 songs that I recorded right here in the Lehigh Valley. And so, I invite all of you to visit my website at: www.johnbauer.com. Listen to the sample tracks, and visit the SHOP page for the entire list of all-time favorites, each song sung with Simplicity and Sincerity, now available in CD, Flash-drive, and Auto-download. The renditions of Our Lord’s Prayer, On Eagle’s Wings, Be Not Afraid, The Old Rugged Cross, Blessed Assurance and many others will surely touch the hearts of those dealing with pain and despair, but also serve to illuminate with a spiritual richness the very Liturgies that help us experience the Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Finally, these recordings are only available thru my website. I have no affiliation with Amazon, Ebay, or Spotify. Thank you and Blessings to you and yours during this coming Thanksgiving Season.
POSTED: October 22, 2021
The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity (MSBT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing a missionary spirit in the laity and working for the preservation of the faith. We are seeking a Part-Time Vocation Council Coordinator to assist our Vocations Department. We are looking for someone who is out going, supportive, can commit to deadlines, is flexible, and has a willingness to embrace the MSBT charism. Job Description: To implement various vocation ministry strategies, assess options, develop a marketing plan with a strategic focus for future MSBT vocations in the US and Puerto Rico while coordinating the MSBT Vocation Council. Essential Responsibilities: Research • Identify and review potential sites for promotional programs / materials (both print and on-line) • Compile, suggest, and implement vocation strategies • Communicate pertinent information to MSBT team Oversee a Marketing Plan: • Identify and prioritize marketing areas • Develop new promotional material • Suggest possible strategies • Maintain and administer an active social media presence • Promote MSBT Vocations Vocation Promotion: • Attend a vocation workshop • Continue to plan or participate in some events on a college campus or Diocesan level to promote MSBT vocations • Keep our website / calendar current with vocation news and events • Explore ways to keep interested women engaged with us. E.g. Liturgical and seasonal online or in person events, such as Stations of the Cross, the Novenas for the Annunciation and Pentecost Contacts: • Respond to initial inquiries and communicate with the designated vocation team members • Convene and Coordinate MSBT Vocation Council Meetings • Network with campus ministers, vocation directors and others to promote MSBT vocations and events such as retreats and vocation days. • Maintain ongoing contact with inquirers, MCV volunteers, to keep them informed of events and news Other: • Perform other related duties as assigned and requested by the Supervisor • Adhere to all policies and procedures of the department and MSBT Education & Experience: • A bachelor’s degree is required with a marketing major preference is preferred • Demonstrated research techniques to promote MSBT vocations in the US and Puerto Rico • Strong computer skills required • Excellent interpersonal skills with an engaging demeanor for face to face and phone contact essential • The ability to work independently with proven skills to adhere to job specifications and deliver results • Ability to read, write and speak English fluently, with standard grammar and spelling We are a faith-filled, practicing Catholic Community with a deep appreciation of spiritual development. Candidates who meet the requirements of this role are encouraged to submit their resume to HRDirector@msbt.org. Visit our website www.msbt to learn more about our Community and other career opportunities. EOE/M/F/D/V
POSTED: October 6, 2021
St. Bede the Venerable Parish in Holland, PA is looking for a part-time cook for Saturday evenings and possibly other evenings through the week. For further information please call Barbara Rogowski at 215-357-5720.
POSTED: October 4, 2021
Director of Communications and Marketing
Norwood-Fontbonne Academy is currently seeking a full-time Director of Communications and Marketing to join our Senior Leadership Team.
Norwood-Fontbonne Academy is a pre-k through grade 8, Catholic, Independent, co-ed, elementary school sponsored by the Sisters of Saint Joseph and located in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania.
Position Summary: Director of Communications plans and implements numerous approaches to communicate the NFA message, news, and image to multiple constituencies while at the same time furthering the Mission and Vision of Norwood-Fontbonne Academy as a sponsored work of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia. The Director of Communications and Marketing reports to the President and is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive and dynamic communication strategy that reflects NFA’s mission and values and supports the school’s ambitious plans for the future.
The director will ensure clarity in branding and positioning while communicating daily campus life through various media including print, digital, and video to meet admissions, fundraising and engagement goals. The Director’s primary focus is on communications, public/media relations, and strategic marketing.
The Director also serves as a member of the Senior Leadership team and works closely with its members, as well as with all School constituencies including faculty, parents, alumni, and advisory board. Essential Skills, Requirements,
Education and Experience:
● Commitment to embracing Catholic education, specifically the mission of Norwood-Fontbonne Academy
● Bachelor’s Degree; minimum of five years in a leadership role in communications and marketing of a school or relevant organization.
● Exceptional communication skills – verbal, writing, and editing
● Experience with Finalsite website CMS, desirable
● Demonstrated experience in web content management, SEO, design and social media
● Experience in Google Suite, Photoshop and InDesign desirable
● Exceptional personal integrity and commitment to results
● A team player and team builder that has a passion for and commitment to achieving excellence in all aspects of the School’s mission
● Proven success developing and managing and building relationships with colleagues, civic and business leaders, the media, donors, parents, board members, and alumni
● Proven track record as an independent and goal-oriented manager
● Strong ability to identify and resolve issues. Demonstrated leadership and effectiveness in developing a long-term strategic vision and accomplishing organizational and financial goals
● Results-oriented, able to see concepts and ideas through to implementation with the assistance of key constituencies and action with a strong ability to set and meet deadlines
● Self-motivated with a strong work ethic
Application Process: Interested candidates should submit a letter of introduction, CV, and list of three professional references and if available samples of work to Dr. Ryan Killeen, President c/o email@example.com. No phone inquiries.
POSTED: September 22, 2021
PT Parish Ministries Coordinator | Downingtown, PA
St. Joseph Parish, Downingtown, PA — We are seeking an outstanding individual to join our parish staff. The Coordinator of Parish Ministries seeks to animate and equip parishioners with the tools and support to carry out effectively a variety of ministries. This role is part-time, approx. 25 hours/week. Requirements: Sound interpersonal communication skills, a talent for organization, and the ability to help bring about a good working relationship between the ministries of our parish. Experience working in a Catholic parish/school/organization setting a plus. Preference will be given to the candidate who possesses a degree in theology or a comparable pastoral program/experience. If you are passionate about your Catholic faith and would like to share that passion with the broader community, please send your resume to Allan Anderson at AAnderson@stjosephrc.org. For more information, call 610-269-8294.
POSTED: July 15, 2021
Maintenance Person-Office Building
Family owned real estate firm looking for maintenance person for high rise Old City office building. Must have experience in apartment or office building maintenance. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTED: April 13, 2021
MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC SCHOOL (MBS), located in Berlin, Maryland, seeks qualified applicants for the position of PRINCIPAL beginning July 1, 2021. This diocesan Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8 school, founded in 2003, has an enrollment of 200 students and is housed in a modern facility on 18 acres.
With over 30 committed faculty/staff members, MBS serves students in the eight sponsoring parishes of the region and is dedicated to excellence in education by developing life-long learners and leaders. This diocesan school which boasts a mission-driven educational community that is both academically challenging and spiritually nourishing, is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Principal works closely with the MBS families, pastors of supporting parishes, the diocesan Catholic Schools Office, faculty and staff, and a school advisory board. The Principal of MBS must lead by personal witness to the Catholic faith, demonstrate a commitment to continued growth of Catholic education, and exhibit passion and compassion in articulating the school motto: Educating the Mind, Strengthening the Body, Nurturing the Spirit.
The successful candidate must meet the following criteria: • live as a practicing Catholic • hold an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) • hold or be eligible for Delaware or Maryland licensing/certification (Catholic Theology or Ministry degree may be exempt from this requirement) • have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the elementary level (Catholic school experience as a teacher/administrator preferred).
A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than Monday, February 15, 2021 to: Mary E. Filippone Personnel Coordinator Catholic Schools Office 1626 North Union Street Wilmington, DE 19806 302-573-3133 email@example.com
POSTED: January 29, 2021
SCHOOL COUNSELOR NAZARETH ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 2020-2021 School Year, immediate opening, long-term substitute, every school day through at least April.
Nazareth Academy High School is a Catholic, private, fully-accredited college preparatory school for young women, sponsored by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. Embracing faith, family and education, we challenge each student to attain her full potential academically, spiritually and personally.
Qualifications: Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements: • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field; Master’s Degree in Counseling/Guidance, Education, or Social Work preferred • Understanding and familiarity with computer applications and word processing functions • Candidate must have a satisfactory outcome of Criminal Background Check.
Job Description: Advises and counsels students regarding academic, educational, and short-term social and emotional problems. • Remains universally accessible and attempts to know every student for whom they are responsible. • Provides individual student planning and responsive services to support students and their families regarding academic matters. • Teaches guidance classes and provides guidance counseling to students through planned activities in small group or classroom settings to convey educational, social, and important school information, and offers workshops/seminars for parents. • Consults, facilitates, and maintains communication with parents, teachers, administrators, and pertinent agents on specific student and parent academic and educational matters including academic modifications and/or accommodations. • Provides feedback and recommends appropriate action and solutions to individual student’s academic and educational needs and abilities. • Identifies students who may need targeted or intensive services, and coordinates with behavioral health specialists. • Assists students/parents in understanding school policies and procedures. • Provides brief counseling to address social and emotional concerns and appropriately refers students to behavioral health specialists. • Communicates, coordinates, and collaborates with behavioral health specialists on developing and implementing student supports. • Supports and attends appropriate student activities and events.
POSTED: January 26, 2021
Foster Home Parents Couple to live in our beautiful Lower Bucks County, Pa., home to work with adolescents in a foster home setting. Live rent-free and earn salary and benefits. Opportunity to assist youth, make a difference in their lives, and save money. Must be over 21 years old and be able to obtain clearances. Email Fosterhomeparents@csfbuxmont.org or call 610-442-0774 for more details.
POSTED: December 21, 2020
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