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External Employment Openings

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This position is an extension of the Bishop’s Ministry.

The successful candidate will oversee the development and administration of the diocesan-sponsored School of Ministry.  This school, which is a bilingual program, provides basic and advanced core courses in theology, sacraments and pastoral ministry.  It also offers specialized course for adults interested in a particular ministerial area of focus.

The Incumbent collaborates with diocesan office directors, pastors, and other parish leaders in developing, promoting and offering specialization courses.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be a member in good standing in a Catholic parish faith community.
  • Degree in Education, Religious Education, or related field. Masters degree preferred but not required.
  • 5+ years demonstrated successful teaching experience; ability to identify and use a variety of teaching methodologies.
  • Bilingual preferred but not required.
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Commitment to ecclesial vision and mission of Vatican II.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends.

To apply, send resume and application to jobs@stocktondiocese.org or Samuel Anderson, Human Resources, 212 N San Joaquin Street, Stockton, CA 95202. 

This position is an extension of the Bishop’s Ministry.

The successful candidate will coordinate all Catholic liturgical celebrations, retreats, and spiritual formation programs for students.

The incumbent will be present among the University/College community at all levels and collaborate with University Chaplain, Student Life Offices, faculty and other campus departments as well with ministers of other faiths to promote ecumenism/interfaith and to make Catholic perspective available to campus.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be a member in good standing in a Catholic parish faith community.
  • Degree in Theology, Ministry or related field (Masters preferred but not required).
  • Demonstrated competence developing, nurturing and enhancing a Catholic faith community.
  • Priest or qualified lay professional, in good standing in the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Demonstrated ability in promoting student leadership.
  • 3-5 years of successful experience working with young adults/college students.
  • Demonstrated successful collaborative work experience in an ecumenical/interfaith environment.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.

To apply, send resume and application to jobs@stocktondiocese.org or Samuel Anderson, Human Resources, 212 N San Joaquin Street, Stockton, Ca  95202. 

This position is an extension of the Bishop’s Ministry.

Successful candidate will oversee designated, liturgical responsibilities, including preparing diocesan liturgical celebrations, coordinating masters of ceremonies and other ministerial responsibilities, implementation and execution of RCIA, overseeing liturgical music, and providing information and guidance on liturgical matters to pastors and parish ministers.

This position collaborates with the School of Ministry and Deacon Formation offices to provide liturgical training for permanent deacon candidates.  It also assists in providing liturgical education and workshops in parishes as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be a member in good standing in a Catholic parish faith community.

Must possess an advanced certification or degree in liturgy, ministry or related field.

Must have 5+ years demonstrated successful work experience planning and directing liturgical celebrations and events in a Catholic parish and/or diocese.

Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.

To apply, send resume and application to jobs@stocktondiocese.org or Samuel Anderson, Human Resources, 212 N San Joaquin Street, Stockton, Ca  95202. 

Please click on link below for more details on the job description.

https://www.scd.org/employment/diocese-sacramento/chancellor

Candidates must be bilingual (English/Spanish), have a heart for mission, be self-motivated, and be a team player.

The position provides administrative assistance to the Office of the Bishop and the Vicar of Hispanic Ministry while maintaining a high degree of professionalism, loyalty, and confidentiality.

Administrative duties include: phone coverage, appointment scheduling, translating documents, travel and lodging arrangements, and working closely with the Director of Hispanic Ministry.

Send your resume to: Icooley@bhmdiocese.org

Religion Teacher Job Description
Cristo Rey San Jose is hiring a full time Religion Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. The position is for teaching 5 sections of Junior and Senior Religion classes. All teachers will be granted a standard prep period plus additional prep time due to our unique Corporate Work Study Program.
Introduction
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is looking for dedicated educators to help lead the foundation of our school. We will graduate its first class in the 2017-2018 school year. 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 underserved 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 11,000 students in 30
cities.  Cristo Rey San Jose provides underserved 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 Statement
Cristo Rey is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to 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 for Students
We are women and men for others who work, learn, lead, and succeed.
Vision for Teachers
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School teachers will consistently work as a team to model and help all students reach the characteristics of the Cristo Rey San Jose Graduate at Graduation : loving, open to growth, committed to faith, striving for justice, and intellectually and professionally engaged. This includes:
● Personally modeling and simultaneously empowering students to live out Ignatian values of faith, service, and commitment to social justice.
● Instilling in students the growth mindset of the harder you work, the more your intelligence grows
● Promoting and assessing student ownership of learning by developing students’ self-discipline, study skills, persistence, and delayed gratification
● Fostering a classroom culture of respect, honesty, and integrity
● Developing meaningful opportunities in class for student leadership and growth of self confidence
● Incorporating reading and writing skills daily
● Creating opportunities for students to utilize complex reasoning strategies and problem solving skills
● Consistently engages in work with positivity and adapts to the student and institutional needs with openness
● Reinforcing professionalism and Corporate Work Study Program skills like precision and accuracy, computing, and time management
● Modeling and teaching healthy lifestyles
● Teaching key content knowledge for given subject
Specific Job Responsibilities
Instructional Practice & Student Development
● Plan for instruction of assigned courses in content area by developing annual, unit, and lesson plans aligned with the Cristo Rey Network’s standards-based curriculum and the individual needs of their students.
● Set high expectations for student development and ensure all students develop grade-level proficiency to prepare for success in college.
● Design a comprehensive program to support academic, social, emotional, spiritual, physical, moral, and character development of every student. Promote student development of the whole person — mind, body, and spirit.
● Identify and remediate subject matter in which students require additional support. Identify and provide extension activities for students who are ready to progress.
● Develop interim benchmarks and assessments linked to course standards and work with other faculty and administrators to analyze results and refocus instruction based on student needs.
● Differentiate instruction to allow students with differing learning styles to access course content.
● Utilize classroom technology to engage students’ learning.
Leadership and Collaboration
All teachers are expected to participate in the following:
● Serve as an advisor to a small group of students one day a week; help students to navigate their developmental journey during their time at Cristo Rey.
● Serve as a moderator of student clubs and activities or a coach of athletic teams as needed. Serve as a chaperone/leader of field trips, immersion experiences, retreats, Christian Service opportunities, and other activities.
● Understand and appreciate the developmental and educational benefits of the school’s Corporate Work Study Program.
● Provide feedback and support to the student assistance committee and counseling team to identify and support students who are struggling behaviorally or emotionally. Develop relationships with and meet the individual needs of each student consistent with the school’s belief in cura personalis , or “care for the whole individual.”
● Participate in departmental and grade-level meetings to coordinate curriculum across the content area and better understand student needs.
● Communicate regularly with parents/families to share academic progress and develop a supportive home-school relationship.
● Based on school needs and personal preference, lead students in Health and Wellness class in the morning or assist in tutoring students after school.
Organization-wide Learning & Development
● Understand your own teaching practice as developmental. Tap into available resources from colleagues and external sources to continually reflect on and improve your teaching.
● Participate in the school’s professional learning community and instructional coaching, collaborating with colleagues to analyze student work and teaching practice. Help to create a reflective learning organization for both students and adults. Serve as a catalyst for improvement in your own classroom and school-wide.
● Participate in the school’s Adult Faith Formation program, committing to living and supporting the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the school through continuous spiritual and personal growth and by serving as a leader of faith, service, and justice for our students.
● Other duties as assigned by principal
Qualifications
● Teaching experience, preference with low-income student population
● Bachelor’s degree with relevant Master’s degree, Teaching Credential, and/or professional experience
Salary and Compensation
● $42,500 to $116,844 based education at teaching experience on salary scale
● Full time employees are eligible for the following benefits medical, dental, vision, and retirement.
Employees’ premiums are covered for medical, dental and vision at 100% and dependents at 50% if elected. This position is eligible for enrollment in the group voluntary retirement plan – 403b. CRSJ will match contributions up to 3% from the employee into the 403b plan.
To Apply
Send resumé, cover letter, application questions, and two letters of reference to
luis.heredia@cristoreysj.org
Application questions:
1. How will you model the Mission and Vision of Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School?
2. How do you measure your students’ success?
3. Why are some low income students lagging behind their more affluent peers in American schools?
NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
Cristo Rey San Jose is dedicated to both the letter and the spirit of the equal employment opportunity laws. Employment decisions will not be made on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex ( including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions ), age or sexual orientation, military or veteran status or political affiliation. Employment decisions based on religious preferences and other religious needs may be made in accordance with applicable law. Cristo Rey also prohibits discrimination on the basis of these protected classifications.

Director of the Office of the Prevention of Student Bullying, Harassment, and Abuse

Description:

Presentation High School in San Jose, California is seeking a Director of its new Office of the Prevention of Student Bullying, Harassment, and Abuse of Students. This new position will report directly to the Board of Directors and will help the school become a leader in the prevention and handling of student bullying, harassment, and abuse.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee efforts to prevent student bullying, harassment, and abuse
    Revise and develop policies and practices related to student bullying, harassment, and abuse
  • Respond to students, parents, faculty, and staff who report concerns related to student bullying, harassment, and abuse as appropriate and consistent with current laws
  • Work as a resource and leader in all areas to prevent student bullying, harassment, and abuse
  • Coordinate with law enforcement as appropriate
  • Outreach to students, teachers, staff, and parents to prevent student bullying, harassment, and abuse
  • Train students, faculty, and staff on the prevention of student bullying, harassment, and abuse, including mandatory reporting obligationsAttend trainings related to the prevention of student bullying, harassment, and abuse and share information with students, teachers, and staff as appropriate
  • Conduct investigations as appropriate
  • Coordinate with school counselors and the Ad Hoc Committee as appropriate
  • Execute such other duties related to the prevention of bullying, harassment, and abuse as requested by the Board of Directors

Qualifications:

  • Must have at least a B.A. or B.S., Masters preferred
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of relevant experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge and training in areas of the prevention of student bullying, harassment, and abuse.

How to Apply:

Email Application to: employment@presentationhs.org

ST. BEDE CATHOLIC SCHOOL – HAYWARD, CA

St. Bede Catholic School is a K through 8th grade school located in the city of Hayward in Alameda County serving the cities of Hayward, Union City, Fremont, and San Leandro. St. Bede School enrolls 251 students with a maximum capacity of 315 students, with a professional staff of 25 and is fully accredited by WCEA/WASC with before and after school Extended Care. Candidates for principal must be actively practicing Catholics, possess a California Teaching Credential and a California Administrative Credential or enrolled in an Administrative Credential Program as well as have at least five years’ in Catholic educational teaching or administration.

The candidate must be able to provide spiritual and educational leadership for the school as well as be responsible for the day- to-day administration, including financial management. Candidates are expected to take an active role as a member of the parish staff and work collaboratively with the Pastor and pastoral staff. Excellent

communication skills and enthusiasm for maintaining a school with a strong Catholic

identity and academic program are a must. St. Bede School serves a diverse community and has a supportive pastor, faculty and staff, school board and parent group.

Salary is based upon the Diocesan Scale and depends on qualifications and experience.

Benefits include: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Long and Short Term Disability

Insurance, Sick Leave and Retirement.

Send Letter of Intent and Application by June 11, 2018 to:

Department of Human Resources

Diocese of Oakland

2121 Harrison Street, Suite 100

Oakland, CA 94612

gespinoza@oakdiocese.org

P: 510-267-8363 F: 510-763-8055

 Position Description

 Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School (CRSJ) is seeking a Vice President for Advancement to provide strategic and operational leadership in the creation of a high performing Advancement program.  The new Vice President will serve as a key thought partner on the future of CRSJ and directly report to the President. Affording a tremendous opportunity to affect transformative change in Silicon Valley, the best candidate will bring demonstrated success in securing philanthropic investments for a mission-driven institution.

 Introduction to CRSJ

 Serving approximately 500 high school students from underserved, lower-income communities in San Jose, CA, CRSJ blends a rigorous academic program, broad-based preparation for college, significant professional work experience, and Jesuit Catholic values to create a culture of high expectations that empowers young people to succeed and lead in high school, college and beyond.

Founded in 2014 and generously supported by benefactors, foundations and corporate partners, CRSJ has made remarkable strides in just a few short years. Situated in an urban neighborhood, the school opened a striking new gym and multipurpose pavilion this year and completed a new academic and administrative building in 2016 – both funded through a capital campaign.  As it prepares to celebrate the graduation of its first senior class and the students successful transition to college, CRSJ is seeking a Vice President for Advancement who will bring well developed relationship building, networking and fundraising skills and who is eager to tackle the rewarding work of securing the contributions which will transform lives.

 Mission Statement   

Cristo Rey is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to 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.

Essential Position Responsibilities

Create, develop and successfully implement the school’s fundraising activities to: secure significant annual operating funds (through major gifts, annual gifts, grants and events); promote financial sustainability by securing planned, endowed and capital gifts; respond to future strategic priorities through comprehensive campaign strategies; and respond to benefactor opportunity and student need by completing strategic projects identified by the President.

Provide stewardship of top major gift prospects and solicit as appropriate; personally maintain a prospect pool of major donors as well as ongoing relationships with benefactors.

Identify key prospective donors and prepare strategy notes for the President, Chancellor and members of the Board of Directors to cultivate and solicit.

Serve as a champion for student success. Inspire prospective donors and key stakeholders with the data and the stories that articulate student achievement and need.

Serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet. Form strong partnerships with Cabinet members. Partner with the Principal and COO/Director of the Corporate Work Study program to achieve school goals.

Promote Board of Directors leadership in fundraising and staff appropriate committee of the Board. Engage with Board in developing a new strategic plan. Provide leadership for the Advancement plan.

Build a successful Advancement operation by managing cost-effective expense budget, including reporting on and monitoring revenue to ensure financial goals are achieved. Develop and maintain donor research, stewardship, gift accounting and records/database management.

Develop productive partnerships within the school community, with particular attention to students and staff, to better understand and represent the school’s mission and needs. Identify engagement, stewardship and cultivation opportunities in areas of greatest philanthropic interest to potential donors. Inspire the school community to create a culture of philanthropy by engaging board members, staff and student Ambassadors in donor events, campus tours and appreciation activities.

Produce and implement an integrated fundraising, marketing and communications plan in collaboration with Admission, Corporate Work Study and University Access and Success.

 Hire, train, supervise and evaluate one full time staff and one part time staff.

Other duties as assigned by the President.

Qualifications

 Commitment to Jesuit Catholic secondary education and CRSJ’s mission to educate the underserved and poor in San Jose.

Commitment to cultural competency, inclusion and diversity.

Three to five years of experience directing fundraising programs and successfully soliciting major funding.

Bachelor’s degree.

Significant and progressively responsible experience with duties described above, including management.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to discover, cultivate and maintain relationships with major donors, corporate leaders and partners, major stakeholders in the Catholic community, foundations and other key constituents. Preference for previous work in Silicon Valley.

Proven track record in working strategically with an entrepreneurial spirit.

Dedication to high school and college student success. Preference for candidates with professional work experience in education.

 To Apply

CRSJ offers a competitive salary and benefits package. For best consideration candidates should submit, no later than June 1, 2018, a current resume and a cover letter indicating why they are particularly interested in and qualified for the position. Material should be transmitted via email attachment to Monica Wahler, Director of Human Resources at monica.wahler@cristoreysj.org.

-Discrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is dedicated to both the letter and the spirit of the equal employment opportunity laws.  Employment decisions will not be made on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), age or sexual orientation, military or veteran status or political affiliation. Employment decisions based on religious preferences and other religious needs may be made in accordance with applicable law.  Cristo Rey also prohibits discrimination on the basis of these protected classifications.

Start Date: August 1, 2018 (exact date to be mutually agreed upon)

Introduction
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is looking for dedicated professionals to help continue to grow the impact of our school community and partner with our students, families, Corporate Work Study Program Partners and stakeholders. Cristo Rey San Jose opened its doors in 2014 and are now part of the 35 school network. The Cristo Rey San Jose community embraces a blended learning model, is committed to social
justice, strongly promotes community service, celebrates a diverse array of supportive Corporate Work Study Program Partners and has committed to seeing its graduates to and through college. The Cristo Rey San Jose mission is as follows:
Cristo Rey San José is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to 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. 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 over 11,000 students nationwide.

Job Description: Corporate Work Study Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator plays a critical role in the Cristo Rey San José Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP). The Program Coordinator is responsible for maintaining and deepening the relationships with the Corporate and Nonprofit Partners that hire our students and acts as the point person for communication with
supervisors and students in their portfolio. The Program Coordinator supports and implements the day-to-day program administration and operations which often include student transportation and daily routines, data collection, resource development, interdepartmental collaboration and special projects. In concert with the Director and Assistant Director, the Program Coordinator will also develop new opportunities to strengthen relationships with students, families, faculty/staff, other Cristo Rey Work Study Programs and Partners. Finally, the Program Coordinator supports the mission of Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School.

Reports to: Assistant Director, CWSP

Responsibilities
1. Manage portfolio of Corporate & Nonprofit Partner relationships and student work teams employed at those Partners
a. Build relationships with and coach students towards excellent performance at their work placement
b. Build strong relationships with Partner supervisors, anticipate needs of and effectively respond to
supervisors managing student workers at Partners
c. Take the lead on all regular communication with supervisors and students within portfolio
d. Provide resources to, conduct site visits with, share best practices and monitor progress of Partner supervisors and students in order to ensure placement success
e. Manage all aspects of partnerships within portfolio in a solution-oriented, supportive way demonstrating excellent customer service to Partners and students
f. Drive student work placement matching conversations and onboarding for students/supervisors within portfolio
g. Monitor timecard and performance evaluation feedback and implement interventions with students
2. Data Management, Compliance & Quality Assurance Lead
a. Ensure CWSP team is keeping accurate and up to date student employment files and documentation
b. Lead team efforts to maintain accurate student, Corporate Partner, supervisor, family, etc. information in school databases (i.e. PowerSchool, Work Study Force/Salesforce, Google Drive records)
c. Plan and facilitate Student Employment Sessions for incoming CRSJ students and lead team’s efforts to collect necessary documentation from students on designated portfolio
d. Drive biannual Cristo Rey Network student performance evaluation deployment, data collection and reporting
e. Organize and archive safety training data and documentation in accordance with Dept. of Labor guidelines and Cristo Rey Network guidelines
f. Ensure student timecards are accurate and regularly completed; develop incentives and consequences for incomplete timecards
g. Lead Work Study Force/Salesforce (and other tech tools!) knowledge development for team; utilize Work Study Force reporting tools to inform best practices and identify programmatic areas of improvement
h. Liaise with technology staff at Cristo Rey Network to get CWSP questions answered and ensure CWSP
is kept in the loop on data management and technology developments
3. Student Development & Family Communication
a. Provide program leadership and logistics support during Morning and/or Afternoon CWSP Routines (students departing for and returning from work)
b. Lead student professional development groups/classes focused on college and career readiness topics
c. Build positive relationships with students; Provide direct support to students through positive reinforcement and constructive interventions in order to help ensure continuous improvement in professional skills and work performance
d. Potentially translate documents and presentations; Communicate with families
(English/Spanish/Vietnamese) over the phone/email and at various school/CWSP events as needed (Parent-Teacher Conferences, New Family Orientations, Student Employment Sessions, etc.)
e. Collaborate with diverse stakeholders: faculty, all staff, BOD members, Corporate Partners, students, families, transportation staff and CRSJ supporters
f. Provide direct supervision and support to students who are ‘in-house’ on their work days based on rotating team calendar
4. Interdepartmental Collaboration
a. Provide CWSP representation as an active member of interdepartmental committees and initiatives
b. Serve as CWSP liaison to selected grade level: represent CWSP on grade level team, attend retreats and grade level assemblies and events, participate in CWSP content facilitation opportunities with grade level, etc.
c. Identify and develop opportunities for cross-departmental initiatives that will help elevate and improve CWSP-academic collaboration
d. Take the lead on CWSP-driven events that involve faculty/staff
e. Participate, when possible, in school-wide community events – community masses/potlucks, service learning, student supervision, assemblies, retreats, etc.
5. Resource Development
a. Work with CWSP team to identify and codify best practices for student and Partner support; develop tools that the CWSP team and supervisors can use with new and evolving Partners b. Lead initiative around creating student worker job description resource or “Book of Jobs” for CWSP
Partners and new prospects
c. Maintain and update supervisor-facing CWSP resources; develop new resources for Partners to use that will help enhance the CWSP experience and lighten the supervisory load at the work placement (i.e. sample schedules, task checklist models, email templates, independent assignments, etc.)
6. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications – Required
● Successful applicants will embody the mission-commitment, intellectual curiosity, openness to growth,
and optimism that are central to the character of our team
● Demonstrated record of effective student support with middle school, high school or college students; expertise with underserved communities preferred
● Strengths-based approach to working with students and adults; ability to be a consistent, positive role model and support for students
● Experience in successfully managing complex relationships with diverse stakeholders
● Demonstrated record of being able to handle multiple projects and excel in a fast-paced, detail-heavy
and sometimes ambiguous environment
● Strong collaborator; possessing an ability to listen thoughtfully and engage passionately with a diverse
audience
● Experience managing projects effectively and a desire for continuous quality improvement
● Strong ability to multi-task and pivot as priorities evolve
● Motivated, self-starter able to work with minimal direct supervision
● Passionate about inspiring and coaching students to be their best selves; equally passionate about
supporting partnering adults to see the potential of our students
● Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to maintain solution-oriented approach in all communication
● Flexibility, good sense of humor and excited to work in a dynamic nonprofit environment
● BA/BS degree from accredited college or university; preferably in Education, Child/Adolescent Development, Social or Behavioral Sciences, Nonprofit Management or a related field Qualifications – Preferred
● 5+ years of professional work experience
● Teaching/facilitating and curriculum development experience and expertise strongly desired
● Bilingual – English/Spanish or English/Vietnamese strongly preferred!
● Experience in supporting partnership work in nonprofit, corporate or education environment
● Experience facilitating effective meetings
Salary, Benefits & Schedule:
● This is an exempt, full-time role and is not a telecommuting/remote position. Working hours will be spent primarily at CRSJ and with Corporate Partners and students in the field.
● This position is eligible for benefits including health, dental, vision and 403b/retirement.
● CWSP staff members work 12mos of the year with two weeks of PTO in December, in addition to 12 paid holidays, 12 days of PTO and 3 sick days.
● Salary is commensurate on education and years of experience.

How to Apply:
Please email your resume and cover page to Sarah Chesson: sarah.chesson@cristoreysj.org

Primary Function
The Chaplain provides spiritual and emotional support to patients, their families/loved ones, and staff for a minimum of six (6) hospitals within the Berkeley and Oakland Deaneries (Kaiser Oakland, Highland, UCSF Benioff Children’s, Summit Oakland, Alta Bates Berkeley, Herrick Berkeley). Provides emergency sacramental services and coordinates coverage for participating parishes.

Requirements
· Roman Catholic Priest who is able to prove he is in good standing with his Bishop or Religious Superior.
· Possess familiarity with current theology, ecclesiology, spiritual and sacramental practices within the Roman Catholic tradition as well as other traditions.
· Have evidence of understanding the operational systems in the clinical setting
· Demonstrate exemplary organization and communication skills.
· Possess the ability to collaborate and work closely with community clergy and hospital personnel and supervisory boards.
· Ability to communicate with other disciplines through use of referral systems, chart entries, and other mechanisms in the clinical setting.
· Ability to provide timely documentation.
· Have skills in utilizing pastoral perspective and competence in a variety of functions, such as worship, teaching, administration, and team building. Also in facilitating decision-making based on an understanding of religious heritage,
theological values, behavioral sciences, networking, system thinking, ethical principles, and the individual’s own values.
· Ability to function as an integral member of an interdisciplinary team.
· Must be familiar with and able to facilitate Medical/ethical issues within the guidelines of the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare Services.
· Must be well versed on applicable HIPAA Regulations.
· Ability to function effectively under stress to cope with crisis situations and to respond creatively to a multiplicity of challenges, and to use spiritual assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation in the clinical setting.
· Work requires the ability to hear and communicate effectively both orally and in writing which includes assigning and distributing work, enforcing policies and writing detailed reports and proposals for review by management.
· Valid and current California driver’s license necessary.

Education/Certifications and Experience
· M. Div. or equivalent is required.
· Four units of Clinical Pastoral Education preferred.
· Proficient in Spanish.
· Minimum of five (5) years of clinical and pastoral responsibilities in a healthcare related field is required.
· Certification Requirements: Certification required as recognized by the Spiritual Care Collaborative of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE), Association of Professional Chaplains (APC), National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC), Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE)
· Experience working with a culturally diverse population.

The Diocese of Oakland will also provide the selected candidate a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, vision and life insurance.

Position is open until filled.
Please submit a resume, cover letter and three professional references by email to Gloria Espinoza, Associate Director of Human Resources at gespinoza@oakdiocese.org

Religion Teacher Job Description
Cristo Rey San Jose is hiring a full time Religion Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. The position is for teaching 5 sections of Junior and Senior Religion classes. All teachers will be granted a standard prep period plus additional prep time due to our unique Corporate Work Study Program.

Introduction Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is looking for dedicated educators to help lead the foundation of our school. We will graduate its first class in the 2017-2018 school year. 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 underserved 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 11,000 students in 30 cities.
Cristo Rey San Jose provides underserved 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 Statement
Cristo Rey is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to 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 for Students
We are women and men for others who work, learn, lead, and succeed.
Vision for Teachers
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School teachers will consistently work as a team to model and help all students reach the characteristics of the Cristo Rey San Jose Graduate at Graduation : loving, open to growth, committed to faith, striving for justice, and intellectually and professionally engaged. This
includes:
● Personally modeling and simultaneously empowering students to live out Ignatian values of faith,
service, and commitment to social justice.
● Instilling in students the growth mindset of the harder you work, the more your intelligence grows
● Promoting and assessing student ownership of learning by developing students’ self-discipline,
study skills, persistence, and delayed gratification
● Fostering a classroom culture of respect, honesty, and integrity
● Developing meaningful opportunities in class for student leadership and growth of self confidence
● Incorporating reading and writing skills daily
● Creating opportunities for students to utilize complex reasoning strategies and problem solving skills
● Consistently engages in work with positivity and adapts to the student and institutional needs with openness
● Reinforcing professionalism and Corporate Work Study Program skills like precision and accuracy, computing, and time management
● Modeling and teaching healthy lifestyles
● Teaching key content knowledge for given subject

Specific Job Responsibilities
Instructional Practice & Student Development
● Plan for instruction of assigned courses in content area by developing annual, unit, and lesson plans aligned with the Cristo Rey Network’s standards-based curriculum and the individual needs of their students.
● Set high expectations for student development and ensure all students develop grade-level proficiency to prepare for success in college.
● Design a comprehensive program to support academic, social, emotional, spiritual, physical, moral, and character development of every student. Promote student development of the whole person — mind, body, and spirit.
● Identify and remediate subject matter in which students require additional support. Identify and provide extension activities for students who are ready to progress.
● Develop interim benchmarks and assessments linked to course standards and work with other faculty and administrators to analyze results and refocus instruction based on student needs.
● Differentiate instruction to allow students with differing learning styles to access course content.
● Utilize classroom technology to engage students’ learning.
Leadership and Collaboration
All teachers are expected to participate in the following:
● Serve as an advisor to a small group of students one day a week; help students to navigate their
developmental journey during their time at Cristo Rey.
● Serve as a moderator of student clubs and activities or a coach of athletic teams as needed. Serve
as a chaperone/leader of field trips, immersion experiences, retreats, Christian Service
opportunities, and other activities.
● Understand and appreciate the developmental and educational benefits of the school’s Corporate Work Study Program.
● Provide feedback and support to the student assistance committee and counseling team to identify and support students who are struggling behaviorally or emotionally. Develop relationships with and meet the individual needs of each student consistent with the school’s belief in cura personalis , or “care for the whole individual.”
● Participate in departmental and grade-level meetings to coordinate curriculum across the content area and better understand student needs.
● Communicate regularly with parents/families to share academic progress and develop a supportive home-school relationship.
● Based on school needs and personal preference, lead students in Health and Wellness class in the morning or assist in tutoring students after school.
Organization-wide Learning & Development
● Understand your own teaching practice as developmental. Tap into available resources from colleagues and external sources to continually reflect on and improve your teaching.
● Participate in the school’s professional learning community and instructional coaching, collaborating with colleagues to analyze student work and teaching practice. Help to create a reflective learning organization for both students and adults. Serve as a catalyst for improvement in your own classroom and school-wide.
● Participate in the school’s Adult Faith Formation program, committing to living and supporting the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the school through continuous spiritual and personal growth and by serving as a leader of faith, service, and justice for our students.
● Other duties as assigned by principal
Qualifications
● Teaching experience, preference with low-income student population
● Bachelor’s degree with relevant Master’s degree, Teaching Credential, and/or professional experience
Salary and Compensation
● $42,500 to $116,844 based education at teaching experience on salary scale
● Full time employees are eligible for the following benefits medical, dental, vision, and retirement.
Employees’ premiums are covered for medical, dental and vision at 100% and dependents at 50% if elected. This position is eligible for enrollment in the group voluntary retirement plan – 403b. CRSJ will match contributions up to 3% from the employee into the 403b plan.
To Apply:
Send resumé, cover letter, application questions, and two letters of reference to
luis.heredia@cristoreysj.org by April 30th, 2018.
Application questions:
1. How will you model the Mission and Vision of Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School?
2. How do you measure your students’ success?
3. Why are some low income students lagging behind their more affluent peers in American schools?

NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
Cristo Rey San Jose is dedicated to both the letter and the spirit of the equal employment opportunity laws. Employment decisions will not be made on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex ( including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions ), age or sexual orientation, military or veteran status or political affiliation. Employment decisions based on religious preferences and other religious needs may be made in accordance with applicable law. Cristo Rey also prohibits discrimination on the basis of these protected classifications.

Part Time Economics, Photography, Band, and Choir Teacher Job Description

Part time teacher positions are open for Economics, Photography, Band, and Choir are now open for the 2018-2019 school year. Part time Teachers will teach at least 1 period 4 days a week most weeks with every fourth week being 1 period 3 days a week due to our unique Corporate Work Study Program.

Introduction

Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is looking for dedicated educators to help lead the foundation of our school. We will graduate its first class in the 2017-2018 school year. 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 underserved 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 11,000 students in 30 cities.

Cristo Rey San Jose provides underserved 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 Statement: Cristo Rey is a Jesuit, Catholic high school that empowers students from underserved communities in San José to 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 for Students

We are women and men for others who work, learn, lead, and succeed.

Vision for Teachers

Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School teachers will consistently work as a team to model and help all students reach the characteristics of the Cristo Rey San Jose Graduate at Graduation : loving, open to  growth, committed to faith, striving for justice, and intellectually and professionally engaged. This includes:

  • Personally modeling and simultaneously empowering students to live out Ignatian values of faith, service, and commitment to social justice.
  • Instilling in students the growth mindset of the harder you work, the more your intelligence grows
  • Promoting and assessing student ownership of learning by developing students’ self-discipline, study skills, persistence, and delayed gratification
  • Fostering a classroom culture of respect, honesty, and integrity
  • Developing meaningful opportunities in class for student leadership and growth of self confidence
  • Incorporating reading and writing skills daily
  • Creating opportunities for students to utilize complex reasoning strategies and problem solving skills
  • Consistently engages in work with positivity and adapts to the student and institutional needs with openness
  • Reinforcing professionalism and Corporate Work Study Program skills like precision and accuracy, computing, and time management
  • Modeling and teaching healthy lifestyles
  • Teaching key content knowledge for given subject

Specific Job Responsibilities

Instructional Practice & Student Development

▪ Plan for instruction of assigned courses in content area by developing annual, unit, and lesson plans aligned with the Cristo Rey Network’s standards-based curriculum and the individual needs of their students.

▪ Set high expectations for student development and ensure all students develop grade-level proficiency to prepare for success in college.

▪ Design a comprehensive program to support academic, social, emotional, spiritual, physical, moral, and character development of every student. Promote student development of the whole person — mind, body, and spirit.

▪ Identify and remediate subject matter in which students require additional support. Identify and provide extension activities for students who are ready to progress.

▪ Develop interim benchmarks and assessments linked to course standards and work with other faculty and administrators to analyze results and refocus instruction based on student needs.

▪ Differentiate instruction to allow students with differing learning styles to access course content.

▪ Utilize classroom technology to engage students’ learning.

Leadership and Collaboration

All teachers are expected to participate in the following:

  • Understand and appreciate the developmental and educational benefits of the school’s Corporate

Work Study Program.

  • Provide feedback and support to the student assistance committee and counseling team to identify and support students who are struggling behaviorally or emotionally. Develop relationships with and meet the individual needs of each student consistent with the school’s belief in cura personalis , or “care for the whole individual.”
  • Participate in departmental and grade-level meetings to coordinate curriculum across the content area and better understand student needs.
  • Communicate regularly with parents/families to share academic progress and develop a supportive home-school relationship.

Qualifications

  • Teaching experience, preference with low-income student population
  • Bachelor’s degree with relevant Master’s degree, Teaching Credential, and/or professional experience

Salary and Compensation

  • $15,000 yearly pay for 1st section taught, $12,500 additional for 2nd or 3rd section taught.
  • This position is not eligible for benefits.

To Apply

Send resumé, cover letter, and a list of 3 references to luis.heredia@cristoreysj.org by April 30th, 2018.

NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY

Cristo Rey San Jose is dedicated to both the letter and the spirit of the equal employment opportunity laws. Employment decisions will not be made on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), age or sexual orientation, military or veteran status or political affiliation. Employment decisions based on religious preferences and other religious needs may be made in accordance with applicable law. Cristo Rey also prohibits discrimination on the basis of these protected classifications.

Saint Francis High has the following job openings:

  • Math Teacher – Upper Level/Calculus
  • Mandarin Teacher
  • Learning Specialist/SSD Coordinator
  • Social-Emotional Learning Program Manager
  • Social-Emotional Learning Mentorship Coordinator

Please refer to the Saint Francis High Website at:  www.sfhs.com 

POSITION SUMMARY
Plan, implement, monitor, and assess a classroom instructional program for middle school students. Also lead and plan for homeroom and elective(s) as requested. As a member of the Faculty, this position is accountable directly to the Principal.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Plan, implement, monitor, and assess curriculum which is consistent local site goals, philosophies and specific objectives based on assessment of student needs.

Establish and maintain standards of behavior needed to achieve a productive learning environment in the classroom.

Collaborate with faculty, staff and administration to assess and address student and professional needs.

Participate in curricular and extra-curricular school programs, assessment and development activities, student supervision, and meetings.

Communicate regularly with parents regarding standards, objectives, and student progress within the instructional program.

Maintain a positive and professional image consistent with the mission and values of Sacred Heart Nativity Schools and our co-sponsoring organizations: the Parish of Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Diocese of San Jose, and the Province of the Society of Jesus.

Provide a diverse learning environment for all learners and manage accommodations for students when needed.

Participate actively in the faith offerings of the school.

Perform related duties as assigned.
Requirements: (ie. education, good communication skills, evening/weekend hours, ability to lift 50 lbs.)

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Master’s degree or teaching credential preferred.

Be a practicing Catholic with extensive experience of the Jesuit educational tradition preferred

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Bi-cultural competency or experience working in low-income or urban school settings.
Bilingual (Spanish-English) a plus.

SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS
TB testing; Fingerprinting – Must not have felony convictions or other serious violations
Clean DMV driving record

GENERAL INFORMATION
Eligible for benefits. School academic calendar includes Saturday schools and extended work day. Work hours may vary (including evenings and weekends); Salary: DOE

How to Apply:
Email resume to Lorraine Shepherd:-  lshepherd@shnativity.org

Position Summary: The Advancement Associate is an integral part of our educational faith community devoted to the mission of St. Patrick’s Seminary & University (STPSU). This position reports directly to the Director of Advancement and is part of the institution’s Advancement Office. The Advancement Associate performs a variety of complex duties associated with a highly confidential gift processing function as well as event management data.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Advancement Associate is responsible for researching, entering and maintaining data in the Blackbaud CRM database (Raiser’s Edge) and pulling data from the Blackbaud web portal. In addition, this position is responsible for creating new biographical entries for donors, prospects and corporations as needed and researching and maintaining all levels of biographical information. This position requires an individual who is highly detail oriented who can learn and comprehend a complex database with highly detailed policies and procedures.

Demographic maintenance

  • Research and make changes to address information using web search engines, e.g. Alumni Finder, Google, etc.
  • Update all events using the event management software, e.g., The Gala, Priests’ Day, etc.
  • Maintain STPSU board and committee affiliations.
  • Process National Change of Address updates.
  • Manage returned mail updates.
  • Create new constituent records.
  • Verify deceased constituents, using search tools available to obtain obituaries or other proof of death.
  • Link relationships within database; e.g., diocese, relatives, employment.

Gift Entry

  • Primary person for gifts entry.
  • Process pledges and recurring gifts.
  • Process receipts and pledge reminders through the database system.
  • Produce thank you letters and end-of-year contribution letters.

Event Management

  • Primary person for event registrations entry.
  1. Mail, Online and Phone
  2. Processing payments and making deposits with the Finance Office
  • Provide check-in support at events.
  • Post event management
  1. Thank you letters
  2. Collections

Special Projects

  • Creation of records for incoming STPSU seminarians and parents.
  • Process other demographic project requests from internal and external sources.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Advancement and Marketing Director (Office of Advancement).

Other Responsibilities:

  • Represents STPSU during events and gatherings, as assigned by the Director of Advancement or Marketing Director.
  • Assist the Director of Advancement in development efforts.
  • Assist the Marketing Director with special fundraising events.
  • Works with Work Study students to develop a strategy to update constituent and alumni records on a regular basis.
  • Recommends initiatives and implements changes to improve quality and services.
  • Identifies and determines cause of problems; develops and presents recommendations for improvement of established processes and practices.
  • Maintains contact with constituents and solicits feedback for improved services.
  • Researches and develops resources that create timely and efficient workflow.
  • Ensures completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all operational functions.
  • Prepares and submits reports as requested and required.
  • Recommend data and technology-driven marketing and CRM strategies.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The items below are representative of the knowledge, skills, abilities, education, and experience required or preferred.

This position requires the ability to effectively establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse multicultural environment.

Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, creative problem-solving skills.
  • Exceptional verbal, written, and research skills.
  • Excellent computer skills; proficiency in using word processing, Excel spreadsheets, database and web resources.
  • Experience with CRM database and Blackbaud Internet Solutions, or experience with other relational databases is preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with stakeholders, including staff, external partners and donors.

Education and/or Experience:

  • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in administrative support role
  • 2-5 years of experience with Microsoft Office applications
  • 1-4 years of experience with relational databases

Email Application to: david.flores@stpsu.edu

Position Description

The Marketing Director is an integral part of our educational faith community devoted to the mission of St. Patrick’s Seminary & University (STPSU). This position reports directly to the President-Rector. The Marketing Director is tasked with strategically sharing STPSU stories throughout popular media, increasing the institution’s visibility, enhancing its reputation, and demonstrating its unique value among our key audiences. The Marketing Director is responsible for building a strong network of alumni support by expanding alumni involvement and commitment to STPSU while enhancing electronic and direct mail communications, personal contacts, and event management with events such as the Gala, Priests’ Day, alumni reunions, and other special events.

Requirements:

Duties and Responsibilities:
-Maintains regular communication with STPSU alumni through correspondence, invitations to events and other media.
• Patrician Magazine: Supervises the design, editorial team, and photographers as well as composes, edits, and oversees the publication of the bi-annual Magazine with the approval of the Office of Advancement.
• Rector’s Appeal: Coordinate with the Office of Advancement, the project, photos to use, timeline and theme of the Annual Rector’s Appeal, design, print and mail.
• ADSF Second Collection: Coordinates with the Office of Advancement and the Archdiocesan Development office to promote the appeal, works with individual parishes scheduling speakers, mailing brochures and envelopes, works with photographers, designer, printer and the mailing house.
• Advertising: Responsible for external communications with sending dioceses and various Catholic papers by placing congratulatory ads for yearly ordinations, installation of new alumni Bishops, Gala and other events in the papers and online as needed (diocesan directories, Catholic Business Professionals and others as needed and suggested by the President-Rector).
-Establish strong social media and web presence including but not limited to:
• Website (www.stpsu.edu): Primary contact in updating, writing original content and coordinating timing of press releases, news stories, profiles, etc. to keep the site current and engaging.
• Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube: Utilize multiple platforms to drive traffic back to STPSU website.
-Fosters positive relationships with donors and STPSU alumni by initiating events that provide interaction among alumni, supporters and STPSU faculty and staff.
-Responsible for STPSU events like The Gala as well as alumni related events including but not limited to Priests’ Day, St. Joseph’s College Alumni Day and Day of Prayer.
• Gala: Work closely with the Chair of Annual STPSU Gala and the Gala committee in promoting the Gala. Responsible for all final Gala communications including design,  printing and mailing of materials (save the date, invitation, raffle tickets, evening program booklet, vespers and silent auction booklet) letters of donation  and underwriting requests to board of trustees, bishops and vocation directors, alumni and friends of STPSU. Coordinate with the Office of Advancement administrative assistant in keeping accurate records including: RSVPs, donations, acknowledgment letters. Responsible for managing the Gala budget. Coordinates photographers for the evening.
• Priests’ Day: With the approval of the President-Rector and a small committee, plan the event, including speaker, choose honoree for Patrician award and oversee the flow of the day and the evening. Design, print and mail save the date, invitation and rsvp card and track responses. Coordinate with the Liturgy director, the content and design of the worship aid. Coordinate photographers, bartenders, dining room set up and dinner.
• St. Patrick’s Day: Responsible for evening liturgy Worship Aid. Coordinate with the outside photographer the yearly seminary community photo as well as Fourth Theology individual and group photos for the wall class photo. Oversee the ordering of the individual, class and group photos and making sure that the wall photo is completed before the faculty dinner with the fourth- year class.
• Faculty Anniversary Celebration: Coordinate with the President-Rector, speakers, gifts and program for the evening.
• Commencement and the end of the year Banquet: With the approval of the Liturgy director and President-Rector, coordinate and design the Graduation booklet, work with the printer, secure gifts and speakers for the departing faculty, coordinate food and set up with the Oblate Sisters and the kitchen team.

Other Responsibilities:
• Collaborates with the STPSU Faculty, Staff, and Students to create a culture of philanthropy within the STPSU community and facilitates donor cultivation and stewardship.
• Represents STPSU during events and gatherings, as assigned by the President-Rector.
• Supervises a part-time administrative staff.
• Works with Advancement Associate and Work Study students to develop a strategy to update constituent and alumni records on a regular basis.

Education and/or Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree. A degree in marketing and/or communications is a plus.
• Strong interpersonal, organizational, creative problem-solving skills.
• Exceptional written and verbal communications skills; experience writing copy for print, online and broadcast channels.
• Working knowledge of print production, graphic design with Adobe Creative Suite.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; Adobe Creative Suite a plus.
• Demonstrate sound judgment under pressure in emergency or time-sensitive situations requiring independent decision-making and in handling confidential and sensitive material. Result-oriented, enthusiastic, resourceful, creative, with a can-do attitude.

Email Application to: david.flores@stpsu.edu

If you are interested in applying for an open position, we invite you to learn more about our school by visiting our website at:  www.canyonheightsacademy.com

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