Director of Marketing and Communications, Diocese of Oakland
The Director of Marketing and Communications is charged to create and communicate a compelling story about Lumen Christi Academies (LCA), which supports the efforts to increase admissions applications and donor contributions. Under the guidance of the Executive Director and in collaboration with the academies principals the Director will create, lead, plan, direct and implement innovative strategies for all marketing and communications on behalf of the Lumen Christi Academies (LCA) in order to raise LCA’s visibility, advance its brand, and articulate clear messaging to internal and external stakeholders including donors, students, parents, faculty and staff, alumni, community groups, neighbors, media outlets and other target audiences. In addition, the Director will oversee and actively participate in the creation, design, budget and production of all LCA network publications and will collaborate on development efforts to ensure the marketing and communication activities are aligned with the development strategy. The Director will coordinate all advertising, publicity and public relations and may serve as an LCA spokesperson when so designated by the Executive Director.
Duties and Responsibilities • With input from the Director of Enrollment and Outreach and the LCA leadership team, create collateral in support of the marketing strategy for institutional and individual donors and prospective families.
Activate and build the LCA brand to attract new families to the schools, communicate the value proposition of the network and build a strong sense of shared pride among the seven academies.
Collaborate with the Executive Director and the LCA leadership team to develop marketing and communications strategies and plans that advance. LCA and drive increased engagement with prospective and current constituencies.
Manage all aspects of LCA’s print and digital communications activities: website, online campaigns, email marketing, social media and digital content production.
Ensure brand, logo and messaging quality and consistency and establish and ensure compliance with guidelines to apply across the LCA network.
Provide executive leadership communication support to the Executive Director and LCA leadership team.
Identify and manage outside vendors, contractors, and consultants that will support marketing and communication activities.
Proactively develop and maintain excellent relationships with all internal stakeholders in the LCA network and build relationships with counterparts at other Catholic K – 8 Networks around the country to share experiences and apply best practices.
Plan and manage the department budget to maximize the effectiveness of all communications, including bidding out for the production of materials.
Define key performance indicators and measure, track, and report success of marketing and communications activities. Education and Experience • BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university in a field related to marketing and communications; an advanced degree is preferred.
Five (5) to seven (7) years of increased leadership experience in marketing and communications, preferably in an independent school or other non-profit organization. Skills and Abilities • Outstanding spoken, written and editorial skills. • Well-versed knowledge of the principles of marketing and communications and fluency in using and measuring social media effectively.
Ability to develop, monitor, and adhere to budgets and production schedules. • Ability to create print materials using Photoshop, InDesign, or another comparable layout software.
Demonstrated success in managing multiple projects with shifting priorities and competing deadlines and possess an exceptional eye for design. Please submit resume and letter of intent to:
Chief Operating Officer/St. Anne Communities/Fort Wayne, IN
St. Anne Communities is looking for qualified candidates to fill the role of Chief Operating Officer. St. Anne Communities is a non-for-profit five star continuing care retirement community which strives to be faith centered and family focused. The COO is responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of the company, including management of the profit and loss statement for the business, as well as the related resources associated with the operation. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Nursing, Finance, or other relevant field of study. Candidates must have or the ability to obtain a license as a Health Facility Administrator in Indiana. To view a full job description, please visit: www.diocesefwsb.org/Current-Job-Postings.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter via email to Bob Nicholas at Bob.Nicholas@onbinvestments.com, or mail to 116 E. Berry St. Fort Wayne, IN 46802 Attn: Bob Nicholas
The religious order of the Legionaries of Christ is hiring a maintenance worker for their property in Cupertino, CA, which consists of 4.5 acres with two facilities the priests’ residence and a retreat center (with a total of approximately 20,000 sq. ft.).
The maintenance worker role includes inspecting different equipment and performing any basic repairs or preventative maintenance when required. To do well in this role one should have previous experience in maintenance and landscaping, be highly skilled with various hand and power tools, and be able to read blueprints and repair manuals.
This is a part-time position (approximately 15 hours per week).
Maintenance Worker Responsibilities:
• Conducting routine inspections of premises and equipment.
• Performing basic landscaping.
• Performing preventative maintenance.
• Handling basic repairs and maintenance.
• Overseeing contractors when professional repairs are necessary.
• Diagnosing mechanical issues and correcting them.
• Repairing machines, equipment, or structures as necessary.
Requirements: (ie. education, good communication skills, evening/weekend hours, ability to lift 50 lbs.)
Maintenance Worker Requirements:
• Proven maintenance experience.
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
• Related degree from a technical college.
• Skilled in the use of hand and power tools.
• Ability to take apart machines, equipment, or devices to remove and replace defective parts.
• Ability to check blueprints, repair manuals, or parts catalogs as necessary.
• Ability to use common tools such as hammers, hoists, saws, drills, and wrenches.
• Experience with precision measuring instruments or electronic testing devices.
• Experience performing routine maintenance.
• Strong organizational and follow up skills.
• Eye for detail.
• Professional presentation and attitude.
• Ability to maintain focus while working individually.
• Strong time management skills.
Email Application to Paula Rhodes: email@example.com
We are looking for a skilled and experienced cook to prepare delicious meals according to menu. You will cook dishes that will delight our customers with their taste and timely delivery.
An excellent cook must be able to cook and deliver well-prepared meals in a timely manner. They must be deft in moving around the kitchen and apt in multi-tasking. Experience in using various ingredients and cooking techniques is also important.
The position is part-time (approximately 19 hours/week).
The goal is to help preserve and enhance our reputation so we can expand our clientele.
• Assist in the preparation of menus
• Set up workstations with all needed ingredients and cooking equipment
• Prepare ingredients to use in cooking (chopping and peeling vegetables, cutting meat etc.)
• Cook food in various utensils or grillers
• Check food while cooking to stir or turn
• Ensure great presentation by dressing dishes before they are served
• Keep a sanitized and orderly environment in the kitchen
• Ensure all food and other items are stored properly
• Check quality of ingredients
• Monitor stock and place orders when there are shortages
• Report to the Event Coordinator Requirements: (ie. education, good communication skills, evening/weekend hours, ability to lift 50 lbs.)
• Proven experience as cook
• Experience in using cutting tools, cookware and bakeware
• Knowledge of various cooking procedures and methods (grilling, baking, boiling etc.)
• Experience with menu planning
• Ability to follow all sanitation procedures
• Ability to work in a team
• Very good communication skills
• Excellent physical condition and stamina
• High school diploma or equivalent; Diploma from a culinary school preferred
Email Application to Paula Rhodes: firstname.lastname@example.org
As housekeeper, you will be in charge of maintaining all public and private spaces to employer standards, and preparing rooms for the next group of guests. As an assistant cook, you will be helping to prep and serve meals, as well as clean the dining area and kitchen after meals.
Attention to detail and a positive attitude are a must. The right person is punctual, thorough but fast, eager to learn, and willing to work as part of a team.
Requirements: (ie. education, good communication skills, evening/weekend hours, ability to lift 50 lbs.)
• Possess sufficient English language skills to understand the tasks at hand
• Ability to work well alone and with a partner or team
• Reliable, honest and punctual with a dedicated professionalism to job and duties
• Able to adapt to changing schedules or routines; excellent time management skills
• Pays attention to detail when cleaning
• Organized and able to follow a schedule
• Use kitchen equipment safely; operate electrical and mechanical equipment
• Determine cleanliness of dishes, food-contact surfaces, and kitchen areas
• High school diploma or equivalent; relevant experience
• Physically able to reach, stretch, bend, and walk during daily routine, with ability to stand for long lengths of time; ability to lift up to 25 to 30 pounds
• General knowledge of cleaning products, supplies, and techniques for cleaning
• Able to work nights, weekends, and occasional holidays
• Reports to the Event Coordinator
Email Application to Paula Rhodes: email@example.com
Program and Position Overview Cristo Rey San José Jesuit High School is seeking its third cohort of full-time Service Corps Volunteers for the 2019-2020 academic year. Cristo Rey Service Corps Volunteers commit to a year of service at the school with the option to extend an additional year upon successful completion of the program. Service Corps Volunteers play integral roles in the school’s programs, and are compensated with housing, benefits, and a monthly stipend.
Role of Service Corps Volunteers Service Corps Volunteers will be needed in the following areas of school life:
Application Deadline: February 22nd, 2019 Anticipated Start Date: Mid-August, 2019
Personal and Professional Development All positions will involve professional mentorship and adult faith formation. The Service Corps cohort lives together in the spirit of intentional community and collegial support
Diocese of Stockton has a full-time exempt position serving as a liaison between the Pastors and the Diocesan Pastoral Center. The DRR assists the pastors and the parishes by facilitating needed services, resources and training identified by the parish for its pastoral planning, particular ministries, and engagement in the parish centered model of the Diocesan AS ONE Project.
Qualifications include: Self-starter and resourceful person with excellent written and oral communication skills and parish/diocesan ministry or service experience. Must be culturally sensitive, bi-lingual ability is desired but not required. Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Saint Joseph Elementary School, a TK through Eighth Grade Catholic elementary school,
who prides itself on educating the whole child, is located in the city of Alameda in
Alameda County serving the cities of Alameda and the San Francisco Bay Area. Saint
Joseph Elementary School enrolls 252 students with a maximum capacity of 320
students, employs a professional staff of 26 and is a fully accredited school by the
Saint Joseph Elementary School houses a before and after school Extended Care Program
along with a strong after school enrichment offering. The school serves a diverse
community that celebrates many different ethnicities.
Saint Joseph Elementary School works closely with Saint Joseph Notre Dame High
School and resides on the same campus.
Candidates for principal must be active practicing Catholics, who possess a California
Teaching Credential and a California Administrative Credential or are enrolled in an
Administrative Credential Program, as well as have at least five years of experience, as
an administrator or a teacher, in a Catholic school. The candidate must be able to provide
spiritual, administrative, financial and educational leadership for the school as well as be
able to assume responsibility for the day-to-day administration.
The successful candidate is expected to be an active member of the parish staff and a
strong partner to the high school principal. Candidate must demonstrate excellent
communication skills and enthusiasm for developing and maintaining a school with a
strong Catholic identity and a rigorous academic program. Saint Joseph Elementary
School is a community supported by the Pastor, Faculty and Staff, School Board, Parent
Group and Parents.
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, and Retirement.
Send Letter of Intent and Application by January 31, 2019 to: Gloria Espinoza at email@example.com or mail to:
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School is a K through 8th grade school located in the city of Concord in Alameda County serving the cities of Concord, Pleasant Hill and surrounding cities. St. Francis of Assisi School enrolls 270 students with a maximum capacity of 370 students, with a professional staff of 30 and is fully accredited by WCEA/WASC with before and after school Extended Care. Candidates for principal must be active 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, administrative, financial and educational leadership for the school as well as be able to assume responsibility for the day-to-day administration. The school serves a diverse community; Spanish-speaking skills and familiarity with Hispanic culture would be very helpful.
The successful candidate is expected to be an active member of the parish staff. Excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for developing and maintaining a school with a strong Catholic identity, and academic program are a must. St. Francis of Assisi School has supportive Pastor, Faculty and Staff, School Board, Parent Group and Parents.
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, and Retirement.
Corpus Christi Catholic School, Piedmont, California
Corpus Christi School is a K through 8th parish school located in the city of Piedmont in Alameda County serving the cities of Oakland and Piedmont. Corpus Christi School enrolls 260 students with a maximum capacity of 280 students, with a professional staff of 20 and is fully accredited by WCEA/WASC and offers an after school Extended Care Program.
Candidates for principal must be active 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, administrative, financial and educational leadership for the school as well as be able to assume responsibility for the day-to-day administration. The school serves a diverse community, therefore cultural sensitivity is helpful.
The successful candidate is expected to be an active member of the parish staff. Excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for developing and maintaining a school with a strong Catholic Identity, and rigorous academic program are a must. Corpus Christi School has supportive Pastor, Faculty and Staff, School Board, Parent Group and Parents.
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, and Retirement.
We are a faith-based community foundation, working to develop endowed funds and Donor Advised Funds to support the outreach and ministries of the Catholic community. We are “small but mighty.” We are passionate about increasing Catholic philanthropy in support of our ministries and the people they serve. We are committed to our vision, and also to having fun as we work to implement that vision. We are an independent 501c3 organization, separate from the Diocese of San Jose.
We are increasing our focus on relationships within the broad “trusted advisor” community (CPAs, estate planning attorneys, insurance professionals and wealth managers). POSITION OBJECTIVE
To coordinate all activity with advisors, manage development of our complex gift offerings, and cultivate individuals and families as appropriate. Examples of complex gifts: Real estate, Annuities, Restricted Stock, Partnership Interest, etc.
Location: San Jose Hours: 20/week, some evening and weekend events
Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities
o Develop and execute complete Advisor outreach program, in coordination with Executive Director and Marketing Manager
o Develop and implement all complex gift policies and programs; cultivate appropriate partnerships
o Support board and committee members as necessary in outreach and development efforts
o Provide timely customer service to all constituents of the Foundation
o Work closely with Endowment and Planned Giving Manager and Operations Manager in program
o Work effectively with donors in support of their parishes and other Catholic organizations. Position Qualifications
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or experience required to perform this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
o A minimum of a bachelor’s degree
o Understanding of Catholic stewardship and philanthropy and a desire to serve and assist others
o Strong finance skills, ability to understand and communicate complex gifts
o Strong interpersonal skills, with an ability to work with all stakeholders (donors, clergy, staff, advisors, board, etc.)
o Excellent written and oral communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with all constituents
o Comfort and experience with asking for financial support of a mission
o Ability to maintain confidentiality
o Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook
o Database experience/knowledge preferred, including Raiser’s Edge
o Flexibility in adapting to changing needs and multiple assignments
o The ability to work with others in a collaborative team environment or independently
o The ability to apply common sense understanding to everyday situations, prioritize assignments, and carry out detailed written or oral instructions
o Ability to work nights and weekends (occasionally)
o The ability to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
Preference will be given to qualified candidates who also have the following:
o Understanding of the parish structure and programs/process within the Diocese of San Jose
o Experience working with advisors
o Experience in the development office of a philanthropic organization
o Experience with complex gifts (equities, IRAs, cryptocurrency, annuities, etc.)
o Experience working at a Foundation
o Experience working with legal agreements and or legal educational background
o Ability (and flexibility) to thrive in a small office
o Passion, enthusiasm, focus, creativity, humor and positive outlook
Position reports to: Executive Director
The Catholic Community Foundation of Santa Clara County is an equal opportunity employer. This is a twenty-hour per week non-exempt position in a small but growing office. The hours for this position vary and do occasionally require evening and weekend work. The Catholic Community Foundation is a smoke-free facility.
Competitive salary and benefits
Submit resume & cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 408-995-5219 if you have any questions. You can also learn more about us at: www.cfoscc.org
Temporary Position Currently Open – to hire for January through April.
Introduction Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is looking for dedicated educators to help lead the foundation of our school. We opened our doors in the fall of 2014 as a part of the 30-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 over 8,000 students in 26 other 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.
Academic Counselor Description The academic counselor will manage the student academic support programs working with all students to improve academic success especially focusing on struggling learners. The academic counselor collaborates with the personal counselor to create and maintain a comprehensive school counseling program that focuses on the mental, personal, and social health and well-being of all students. Additionally, the academic counselor will create a comprehensive college information program. The counselor will serve as the main hub of communication with parents for academic performance.
Specific Job Responsibilities
● Oversee tutoring and academic support program o Manage after school tutoring program assigning students who need support every other week to different teachers o Supervise extended tutoring program for sophomores with multiple failures, homework club for students who missed homework, and Saturday school o Recruit, train, and supervise volunteer and paid tutors o Monitor student progress biweekly to assign students for intervention and support
● Counsel students one on one to further students’ capacity to be their own advocates and successfully navigate their own lives. o Collaborate with the personal counselor to create case load for lower level intervention students o Meet every trimester with students on case load ensuring students receive academic and personal support every grading period
● Create comprehensive college information program to deliver to students and parents including but not limited to: o College trips for students o Family College information nights o College information embedded in core academic courses o One on one college counseling for all students biannually
● Communicate with parents on a regular basis about academic issues collaborating with the Dean of Academics, Principal, Assistant to the Principal, Admissions, and Faculty o Call parents of students are intervention list o Communicate with parents when students’ grades have dropped o Reach out to parents for improvement or consistent solid performance
● Participates in the weekly Student Engagement and Support Committee meetings that intervenes with students struggling with social and emotional issues.
● Participates in the weekly meeting for the Academic Support Committee that gathers feedback from teachers to deliver academic interventions.
● Other duties as assigned by the Dean of Academics Qualifications
● Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree in counseling with preference for PPS License, preferred but not required).
● Fluent in Spanish
● Preference for experience working with low income populations and as a high school counselor.
Salary Commensurate based education and experience and will be prorated for number of months worked.
General Information ● Reports to Dean of Academics. ● Temporary position, exempt, 4 months. Not eligible for benefits. ● Work hours vary including some evenings and weekends.
To Apply: Send resumé, cover letter, application questions, and two letters of reference to email@example.com by Sunday, November 25th
1. How will you model the Mission and Vision of Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School?
2. How do you motivate students who are struggling academically to improve?
3. Why are some low income students lagging behind their more affluent peers in American schools?
POSITION SUMMARY: The Development Assistant works in the California Development Office providing services to support friend-raising, fundraising, and donor stewardship activities in accordance with the Sisters of the Holy Names’ mission vision and values.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Process development office mail, including opening envelopes and preparing donations for data entry and deposit
Assist with data entry, database reports, deposits, other clerical and office duties as scheduled
Track California Development office income and expenses. Creates financial reports as requested, including monthly summaries
Prepare messages for personalized cards for Gift of Prayer requests.
Use desktop publishing to create or revise materials to support fundraising program.
Coordinate production and mailing of Spring and Christmas appeals.
Prepare media materials for distribution (copying, filing, mailing, emailing) and periodically updates California website.
Assist with planning and execution of 1- 2 fundraising events per year that includes budgeting, maintaining guest lists, registration materials, and other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and professional experience. Three-four years’ experience in office environment, with basic office equipment, database entry, financial record-keeping.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Must be supportive of the mission of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.
Working knowledge of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation to compose and edit business documents and materials and to create professional letters, spreadsheets, and presentations
Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills to interact professionally, diplomatically and productively with colleagues and contacts at all levels
Extensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite programs, including a proven ability to use Excel to prepare reports, lists, nametags, etc.
Experience using database programs, Donor Perfect experience preferred
Ability to take initiative, be self-directed, prioritize multiple tasks and perform tasks independently
Attention to detail, project management skills, and organization
High level of confidentiality and professionalism
Knowledge of SNJM, women religious organizations, or non-profit environment preferred
Ability to work with ambiguity in a changing environment
To Apply: In order to be considered an applicant for this position, please complete our online employment application at https://snjm.catsone.com/careers . Click “Apply Now” to complete and submit the online application
This position shares in the pastoral and spiritual leadership and service of the university community. The position is responsible for the overall direction of the Spirituality in Residence (a.k.a. Resident Ministry) program in the undergraduate Residential Learning Communities (RLCs) and the coordination of the department’s outreach and ministry with graduate students. The position is full-time, 11-month (.92/year; August 1 – June 30) and reports to the Associate Director of Campus Ministry. Position is currently open and a starting date within this academic year may be negotiated.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Provide pastoral leadership, service and outreach to the SCU community.
• Provide pastoral counseling to students, regardless of religious affiliation.
• Participate in and help to lead Campus Ministry-sponsored campus events and programs.
• Represent Campus Ministry on various university committees and/or at campus events.
2. Collaborate with the Campus Ministry team in planning, implementing and assessing services, programs, events, and offerings.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings.
• Engage in discussions regarding the vision and priorities of Campus Ministry.
• Participate in professional development.
3. Direct the Spirituality in Residence program.
• Design and implement Spirituality Facilitator formation and retreats, including regular meetings of the team and regular one-on-one meetings with the Spirituality Facilitators.
• Conduct performance reviews for all Spirituality Facilitators and facilitate contract renewals for returning Spirituality Facilitators.
• Oversee the hiring of Spirituality Facilitators including information sessions, candidate screening and interviews, and extension of offers.
• Represent Campus Ministry within the leadership structures of the Residential Learning Communities (RLCs).
• Promote Campus Ministry engagement throughout the RLC system.
4. Coordinate Graduate Student Ministry.
• Promote Campus Ministry offerings that are relevant to graduate and law students, collaborating, as appropriate, with the Campus Minister for Religious Diversity.
• Help to identify the unique needs of graduate and law students and to develop resources and programs that support the spiritual life of these students.
• Sustain key partnerships that support Campus Ministry outreach to graduate and law students (i.e., Global Engagement Office, Jesuit School of Theology, staff in each graduate program, etc.).
• Hire, train, mentor, and supervise graduate assistants representing the various graduate programs.
5. Provide administrative functions.
• Oversees budget for Spirituality in Residence and Graduate Student Ministry programs, including appropriate training and approvals for 11-16 graduate student staff, using Concur system.
• Other duties as assigned.
1. Contributes to the department’s efforts to carry out its mission, vision, and strategic priorities.
2. Ensures regular assessment of programs and events according to department guidelines.
3. Coordinates outreach and recruitment efforts for related programs.
4. Oversees financial accountability for area budget.
5. Establishes effective relationships within the university and beyond to advance department goals.
6. Prepares progress reports; informs supervisor of project status; and deviation from goals. Ensures completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all operational functions.
7. Engages in professional development opportunities that enhance knowledge, skills, and abilities for the position.
Provides Work Direction
1. Supervises 11/+ graduate/law students serving in the Spirituality Facilitator position.
2. Supervises 4/+ graduate/law students serving in the Graduate Assistant position.
3. Shares in the mentorship of other student staff and volunteers.
Requirements: (ie. education, good communication skills, evening/weekend hours, ability to lift 50 lbs.)
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.
The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, the California Fair Employment & Housing Act, and all other applicable laws, SCU provides reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities. A qualified individual is a person who meets skill, experience, education, or other requirements of the position, and who can perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
• Considerable time is spent at a desk using a computer terminal.
• May be required to travel to other buildings on the campus.
• May be required to attend conferences, training sessions, workshops, meetings and liturgical celebrations within Bay Area.
The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
• Office environment with frequent interruptions.
• Regular commitments in campus chapel and prayer spaces.
• Pastoral needs that require immediate attention can surface unexpectedly.
• Knowledge of Ignatian spirituality and the tradition of Jesuit education
• Knowledge of non-Christian traditions and how to foster interreligious relations
• Experience with young adult spiritual formation
• Leadership experience in university residence halls
• Excellent communication skills, including proficiency in relevant technology
• Competency in multicultural, ecumenical and interfaith issues
• Prior pastoral and retreat leadership experience
• Strong interpersonal, organizational, and problem-solving skills
• Adept at project and event planning
• Able to work collaboratively with multiple groups to support programs that serve a diverse set of university constituents.
• Able to supervise and mentor two staffs of part-time graduate student ministers.
• Demonstrates good judgment and ability to handle sensitive information with discretion.
• Available for regular evening and weekend work.
Education and/or Experience
• Master of Divinity or other Master-level degree in theologically fluent area.
Years of Experience
• At least two years of ministerial experience (paid or volunteer) in a pastoral setting, required.