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Office of Mission Advancement, Pastoral Center

The Diocese of San Bernardino is a vibrant and diverse community of Roman Catholic Believers committed to bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ t o all we encounter. We are guided by the core values of hospitality, collaboration, faith sharing and reconciliation. Through the impact of the Gospel, we seek t o fill lives with hope.

The vision of Mission Advancement is to provide for the future of the Church of San Bernardino in a way that helps us a ll to comm it to a real and lasting relationship with Jesus Christ, making God a priority in our life so that our hearts are filled with hope!

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE. BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
1 . Promotes the essential characteristics and fundamental values of the Catholic Church.
2. Shares a responsibility for providing personal and visible leadership for the community and faithful on issues related to the mission and goals of the Church of San Bernardino and Riverside.
3. At the direction of the diocesan Bishop, serves as exofficio member of Diocesan Finance Council, DDF Corporate
Board and other Boards as directed.
4. Directs fundraising programs and marketing efforts that promote the Mission of the Diocese of San Bernardino to “.. . called to impact families, neighborhoods and society with the Gospel so that people’s lives are filled with hope” in parishes, community organizations, Catholic affiliates and service providers.
5. Seeks the advice and counsel of pastors, priests, community leaders.
6. Oversees the development and implementation of the annual budget that is submitted to the Chief Financial Officer for approval.
7. Identifies annual and long-term fundraising goals and directs, manages and implements all fundraising activities to achieve those goals on behalf of the Diocese of San Bernardino and the Roman Catholic Bishop.
8. Working with the Parish Relations Coordinator, is responsible for assuring that the DDF Annual Appeal reaches
unrestricted cash goals each year through focused and cost-effective direct mail, parish mailings, marketing efforts, and volunteer workshops.
9. Working with the Donor Relations Coordinator, is responsible for assuring major gift ($5,000 and over) solicitations.
Assists Donor Relations Coordinator to identify major prospects and assures appropriate cultivation takes place.
10. Provides assistance in the development of proposals and other support materials for major gift solicitation.
11 . Initiates and directs grant writing in developing proposals to corporate, foundation and Catholic affiliated organization grant makers in seeking unrestricted annual and targeted restricted gifts. Director works with the Chief Financial Officer to establish priorities for respective gift programs.
1 2. Responsible for the establishment of new scholarship funds and participates in effective stewardship of all scholarships
aligned wi th the intent of the donors. Efforts are placed i n creat ing endowment programs for donors, especially in the area of sem inarian formation and education.
13. Ongoing relationship with the Office of Construction and Real Estate Director on fundraising objectives for new construct ion projects.
1 4. Responsible for marketing planned giving opportunities to the community, for identifying and cultivating planned gift
prospects, and for conducting solicitat ions and negotiating planned gi fts.
1 5. Works closely with Chief Financial Officer to provide tax information on deductions, income and cash flow analysis for prospective trust or pooled income fund donors and annuity plans using related software.
16. Works closely with the Bishop and all team members of Mission Advancement to support the mission of the ministry: to provide for the future of the Church of San Bernardino in a way that helps us all to comm it to a real and lasting relationship with Jesus Christ, making God a priority in our life … so that hearts are filled with hope ‘”
1 7. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:
1 . Bi-lingual / Bi-titerate English/Spanish preferred.
2. Experience in Church Management, Church Management Certificate preferred.
3. Excellent Communication and Organizational Skills.
4. Excellent Presentation Skills.
5. Ability to organize faith formation programs and education workshops.
6. Flexible Scheduling.
7. Certificate i n Fund Raising, CFRE preferred.
8. Member of the Association of Professional Fundraisers, the National Catholic Development Conference or the
International Catholic Stewardship Conference.
9. Demonstrated strong organizational, managerial mentoring and leadership skills with ability to lead by example and encourage collaborative efforts.
10. Strong knowledge of the Catholic Church organization and procedures.

11. Must be practicing Catholic i n good standing with the Church.

12. College Degree in Business Administration, Marketing or related fields.
13. Master Degree in Non-Profit Management, Church Management or related fields preferred.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Includes but not limit ed to considerable use of hands and legs, whole body movement, walking, lifting, and stooping, standing, sitting, lifting and carrying. pushing, pulling, kneeling, crouching, crawling, hearing, speaking, seeing, reaching, repetitive forward bending, repetitive arm/hand motions, prolonged gripping of an item. repetitive hand/finger movements, sense of touch/feel. temperature extremes.

Interested candidates, please forward your resume with sa lary requirements to: Attention: Sinia Bustamante
Diocese of San Bernardino
1 201 E. Highland Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92404
Email:employment@sbdiocese.org  or fax to: 909-475-5189

Canyon Heights Academy, an independent Catholic coeducational college preparatory elementary and middle school located in Campbell, CA, seeks a middle school science/math teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree; a master’s degree is preferred. Candidates should also have a clear credential or be in the process of acquiring a teaching credential for the State of California.

Canyon Heights Academic seeks candidates who will fully embrace its Catholic mission to develop young people who will develop intellectually and spiritually and have a love of serving others through a love of Christ.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of introduction to Ms. Carla Yanez at cyanez@chamail.net. You can learn more about our school by visiting our website at at www.canyonheightsacademy.com

Canyon Heights Academy, an independent Catholic coeducational college preparatory elementary and middle school located in Campbell, CA, seeks a Montessori trained preschool teacher to begin as soon as possible. Qualified candidates will possess the required 12 Early Childhood Units; Montessori units preferable.

Canyon Heights Academic seeks candidates who will fully embrace its Catholic mission to develop young people who will develop intellectually and spiritually and have a love of serving others through a love of Christ.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of introduction to Mrs. Lada Stankovic at lstankovic@chamail.net. You can learn more about our school by visiting our website at at www.canyonheightsacademy.com

Canyon Heights Academy, an independent Catholic coeducational college preparatory elementary and middle school located in Campbell, CA, seeks a part-time IT specialist for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree and at least three (3) years of relevant work experience in IT support/administration. Hours are negotiable and salary is commensurate with experience.

Canyon Heights Academic seeks candidates who will fully embrace its Catholic mission to develop young people who will develop intellectually and spiritually and have a love of serving others through a love of Christ.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of introduction to Ms. Melissa Ma at careers@chamail.net. You can learn more about our school by visiting our website at at www.canyonheightsacademy.com

Canyon Heights Academy, an independent Catholic coeducational college preparatory elementary and middle school located in Campbell, CA, seeks a primary grades teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree; a master’s degree is preferred. Candidates should also have a clear credential or be in the process of acquiring a teaching credential for the State of California.

Canyon Heights Academic seeks candidates who will fully embrace its Catholic mission to develop young people who will develop intellectually and spiritually and have a love of serving others through a love of Christ.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of introduction to Mrs. Estela Zeik at ezeik@chamail.net. You can learn more about our school by visiting our website at at www.canyonheightsacademy.com.   

Canyon Heights Academy, an independent Catholic coeducational college preparatory elementary and middle school located in Campbell, CA, seeks a resource specialist/teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree; a master’s degree in special education is preferred. Candidates should also have a clear credential or be in the process of acquiring a teaching credential for the State of California.

Canyon Heights Academic seeks candidates who will fully embrace its Catholic mission to develop young people who will develop intellectually and spiritually and have a love of serving others through a love of Christ.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of introduction to Mrs. Estela Zeik at ezeik@chamail.net. You can learn more about our school by visiting our website at at www.canyonheightsacademy.com.   

Saint Francis offers a competitive salary schedule, a comprehensive benefits package, friendly/dedicated faculty and staff, motivated students, supportive parents and extensive extracurricular, Campus Ministry and community service programs. Saint Francis is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For teaching positions, a current teaching credential and/or MA and experience teaching on the high school level is preferred.


Applications should be sent to the attention of Holly Elkins ’93,
Executive Director of Institutional Advancement at:

Deadline to Apply: 
December 18, 2017

Bellarmine College Preparatory, a Jesuit secondary school, has been educating young “men for and with others” in the tradition of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, since 1851.

The Graphic Designer will play a key role in marketing Bellarmine with responsibility for school-wide graphic design and creation of collateral materials and publications.  The Graphic Designer will also support marketing activities, such as email and direct mail campaigns, special events and social media programs.  The ideal candidate will have experience with both print and web design. Knowledge of basic web development and SEO is a plus.

Reporting to the Director of Communications, the Graphic Designer will be an important member of the school’s communications team. The individual will work closely with the Communications and Development departments and will collaborate with faculty and staff from across the school on a variety of graphics and related tasks.

Bellarmine complies with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and considers reasonable accommodations that may be necessary to perform the essential functions of the job.

 Responsibilities:

  • Design and produce school collateral (internal and external) ensuring all graphic design work meets school guidelines and reflects the school’s brand. Collateral may include brochures, publications, posters, presentation material, multimedia, illustration, exhibit material, print ads and banner ads.
  • Identify and design appropriate icons, images and other graphic elements to be included in various marketing materials.
  • Strategize with the Director of Communications on maintaining Bellarmine’s brand, and generate fresh ideas to keep the school’s communications inviting and energetic.
  • Work with various teams (admissions, summer programs, fundraising etc.) on ad campaign development and execution, collateral design, event material and more, as directed.
  • Build and maintain relationships with outside vendors and manage sourcing.
  • Help ensure that projects stay on schedule and within budget.
  • Create infographics, social media and/or web-oriented graphics, charts and graphs.
  • Create camera-ready and digital pdf file layouts for all publications: newsletter, brochures, calendars, booklets, posters and more as needed.
  • Prepare printing specifications, prep files, handle print setup and file transfers, and monitor production deadlines and quality of printing projects with print vendors.
  • Handle multiple priorities and meet tight deadlines without compromising design integrity.
  • Support the mission and philosophy of the program and school.
  • Abide by all school policies and regulations.
  • Other duties and/or projects as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Outstanding graphic design skills and the ability to conform to an organization’s established styleguide.
  • Well-versed in all aspects of graphic design including typography, trends, best practices and technologies.
  • Fluent in the Adobe Creative Suite (including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Flash) and QuarkXpress.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to express oneself clearly and concisely.
  • Self-directed with proven ability to assume responsibility, work proactively, work independently and with a team, meet deadlines, prioritize, and move projects to completion with minimum supervision.
  • Possess a high-level of attention to accuracy and detail.
  • Strong conceptual skills, including online experience concepts.
  • Knowledge of and experience with pre-press and print production standards.
  • Strong technical knowledge of how web-based technologies apply to web design such as HTML, Flash, CSS.
  • Experience converting images (TIFF, BMP, PSD) for online use (JPG, GIF) using Adobe ImageReady and Photoshop, or other software application.
  • Experience with marketing, social media and online campaigns.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of graphic design principles and a wide variety of media and production methods, including multimedia and video.
  • Proficient in Google Docs, Office 365, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with adolescents.
  • Experience working in a Jesuit school.
  • Some database management experience.
  • Photography experience.
  • Experience managing content on websites, and other online platforms, including experience with WordPress, Drupal or a comparable content management system.

 Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift 20 lbs., while using proper lifting techniques.
  • Ability to sit for long periods of time.
  • Ability to safely and comfortably travel around our 27-acre campus.
  • Ability to look at a monitor for long periods of time.

 School Requirements:

  • Satisfactory clearance of a TB test.
  • Satisfactory clearance of a background check, pursuant to a fingerprint scan.
  • In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Proof of eligibility to work legally in the United States and identity will be required after an offer of employment has been made. Sponsorship of a work visa or work visa extension not available.

General Information:

  • This position is classified as a Regular, Part Time Non-Exempt position, scheduled to work a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week. Work hours will vary (may include evening and weekends).
  • This position is eligible for benefits.

Deadline for applicants is November 30, 2017.

To Apply Online: Please complete the Bellarmine Staff/Non-Faculty Application Form located on our employment web page under Employment Applications and send along with a portfolio, resume and cover letter to hr@bcp.org, indicating “Graphic Designer” in the subject line of the e-mail.

To Send By Mail: Bellarmine College Preparatory

Attn: Human Resources

960 West Hedding Street

San Jose, CA 95126

Pre-employment background screening is required for all positions. 

Presentation High School, located in beautiful Silicon Valley, is a college preparatory school for girls whose purpose and direction flow from the teaching mission of the Catholic Church and the educational ministry of the Sisters of the Presentation.

This is an exciting time in the history of Presentation High School with a September 2018 implementation of the President-Principal model. We are seeking a strong, vibrant principal who can work closely with the school President, faculty and staff to continue to lead the school into the future.

Presentation High School is a premier Catholic high school that is blessed with those elements that make schools great:  visionary leadership, competent faculty and staff, ample resources, supportive parents and engaged, eager, happy students.

If you are interested in applying for this position, we invite you to contact:

http://www.presentationhs.org/about-us/employment-opportunities

For more information about the position and the application process. 

Saint Mary’s College High School – President

Saint Mary’s College High School seeks a gifted, forward-looking leader with a strong commitment to Lasallian Catholic education and values, the credibility to lead and represent a diverse school with integrity and love, a passion for building relationships, the ability to develop and unite the community around a future-oriented vision, a track record of successful institutional advancement, and demonstrated success in strategic and financial leadership. The President is the Chief Executive Officer of Saint Mary’s College High School and, as such, is ultimately responsible for its academic, institutional, and operational programs. The President is immediately responsible to the Board of Trustees, which, in turn, is responsible to the Brothers of the Christian Schools of the District of San Francisco New Orleans and its Lasallian Education Corporation.

The President is primarily responsible for the business health of the school, including developing a sound financial strategy that enables the school to achieve annual operational objectives and longer-range strategic plans, institutional advancement, and matters related to facilities, contracts, and risk management. The President is also responsible for the cultural health of the community including creating and maintaining an environment that is respectful, inclusive, stimulating, and professional for faculty, staff and students. The President must be a visible, authentic, and present leader on campus, actively engaging with students, faculty, parents, and alumni.

Finally, in close partnership with the Principal, the President ensures that the community’s vision for academic excellence and innovation is fully realized.

For more information about this position, please visit http://www.saintmaryschs.org/about/board-of-trustees/presidents-search-information/

Introduction
We opened our doors in the fall of 2014 as a part of the 32-school network with the following mission:
The Cristo Rey Network® empowers thousands of students from under served lower-income communities to develop their minds and hearts to become lifelong contributors to society. By providing students an excellent college preparatory education and a unique four-year, integrated corporate work study experience, we seek to help transform urban America. Since the founding of the first school in Chicago in 1996, the Cristo Rey model has become one of the most innovative and successful educational programs in the nation, serving almost 10,000 students in 30 cities. Cristo Rey San Jose provides under served students with a rigorous college prep Jesuit Catholic
Education. We are hosted at Five Wounds Parish on E. Santa Clara St. and Highway 101 serving East and Downtown San Jose students. We seek to improve on an already successful Cristo Rey model by adapting Blended Learning to personalize education for all students.
Mission
Cristo Rey San José graduates will be men and women for others who are prepared spiritually, academically, and professionally to complete college and who will become accomplished leaders committed to a lifelong pursuit of learning, faith, and justice.
Vision
We are women and men for others who work, learn, lead, and succeed.
Position
The Admissions Coordinator will assist the Director of Admissions in the recruitment of new students and supporting activities related to the admissions process. The goal is to ensure full enrollment according to the school’s plan and the Cristo Rey Network standards. The Coordinator is a key member of the Department of Admissions, supporting the development of the processes and procedures established by the Director of Admissions. This individual will be an active member of our school
community and thus expected to commit to the values of the school and its mission of preparing each student for college and life success.
Responsibilities
• Contribute to and uphold the established admissions’ policies and procedures.
• Develop and foster professional relationships with potential students and their families, faculty,
staff, and stakeholders.
• Proactively organize, arrange, and coordinate recruiting efforts visiting middle schools, churches, and community organizations serving potential candidates for admission.
• Coordinate and organize on-campus admissions’ events to promote the mission of Cristo Rey
Jesuit High School, and act as a liaison with appropriate departments.
• Coordinate and conduct tours of the school and other activities for prospective students and their parents.
• Meet with parents, prospective applicants and school representatives to promote Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School and communicate the admissions process and financial aid policies.
• Manage and maintain an accurate student applicant database, while maintaining strict confidentiality.
• Organize the collection, evaluation, and maintenance of information from prospective students such as application forms, financial aid forms, schools records, standardized test scores, letters of recommendation, etc.
• Compile and organize financial aid results and communicate family contribution amounts to families in collaboration with the Director of Admissions and the Business Office.
• Provide administrative support to the department as needed including, but not limited to, phone calls to parents and prospective students, organizing mailings, other department needs, etc.
• Prepare student files to be reviewed by the Director of Admissions before presenting to the
Admissions Committee.
• Collaborate with the school leadership and departments to ensure a successful admissions cycle.
• Collaborate with other school partners as needed.
• Other duties as assigned by the Director of Admissions and school Principal.
Preferred Qualifications
• Understanding and support of the Jesuit and Cristo Rey missions.
• Outreach or Admissions experience. Experience in marketing, recruitment, or public relations a plus.
• Familiarity with the diversity of communities and neighborhoods in San José including knowledge of primary/middle schools.
• Fluency in Spanish is required.
• Bachelor’s Degree
Skill Qualifications
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Self-management and the ability to work independently, with a team, and in a fast paced environment.
• Ability to multi-task accurately between tasks and maintain focus in a vibrant school setting.
• Attentive listener with the ability to respond to questions asked by prospective students and parents regarding the school, its policies and procedures.
• Strong presentation skills in both English and Spanish.
• Willingness and availability to work occasional evenings and weekends.
• Competence with Microsoft Office software including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Other
• Location: 1389 E. Santa Clara St., San José, 95116
• 12-month position, Monday-Friday + some evenings/weekends
• Flexibility needed during peak Outreach/Enrollment season to accommodate for additional evenings and weekends, and special school events.
• Salary commensurate with education and experience.

ABOUT US
Sacred Heart Nativity Schools is comprised of two middle schools, Sacred Heart Nativity School for Boys and Our Lady of Grace Nativity School for Girls. We educate the urban poor near downtown San Jose, CA. We provide a rigorous, enriched, private middle school education as well as individualized support within the framework of the Jesuit mission and tradition. Our overarching goal is for our students to become the first in their families to attend and graduate from college. Our mission and entire program is for the purpose of breaking the cycle of poverty through education. Our website is www.shnativity.org. SHNS is an equal opportunity employer.

POSITION SUMMARY
The Afterschool Tutor serves as support for our afterschool program, which consists of 1) Activity Period and 2) Homework Club. Activity Period involves supervising and coordinating after school activities such as sports or other co-curricular programs. Tutors walk students to nearby off site locations for activity period as needed. Tutors supervise Homework Club to ensure that students are on task and completing their homework during the allotted time.

This position is open immediately and runs through early June 2018. Salary is minimum wage and is not eligible for benefits.
Requirements: (ie. education, good communication skills, evening/weekend hours, ability to lift 50 lbs.)

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
This position is ideal for college students or graduate students interested in managing and tutoring students. Experience supervising students either in summer programs or afterschool settings a must. Fingerprint Livescan clearance and online safety training required as condition of employment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Candidate must be able to manage a group of middle school students. Strong verbal communication skills, ability to express clear expectations. Professional demeanor with students. Ability to multitask, be flexible, and take direction from several different supervisors.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Ability to lift 25 lbs. without help.
Ability to sit for long periods of time.
Physically able to assist, when necessary, with event setup and breakdown, including lifting up to 25 lbs.

Salary Range: Minimum Wage
How to Apply:  Email Application to: Lorraine Shepherd at: lshepherd@shnativity.org  

If you are interested in learning what job openings are available at Notre Dame High School in San Jose, please check their Employment webpage.

http://www.ndsj.org/about-us/careers  

Please refer to the Presentation Employment Website at:   www.presentationhs.org 

Candidates must complete the on-line application, send a cover letter, resume and references to employment@presentationhs.org