Job openings

(Job listings from the Office of Catholic Education for Catholic schools are listed here)

 

Vice President, Finance

Our Lady of Providence High School, the high school of the New Albany Deanery, is conducting an executive search for this key leadership role to manage all aspects of the school’s financial operations. This full time ministry seeks a skilled professional with 5-10 years of financial leadership experience and appropriate professional credentials. Send CV and letter of interest to: dfackler@providencehigh.net.

 

Director of Liturgy and Music

St. Jude Catholic Church is accepting applications for a full time Director of Liturgy and Music. This position is responsible for leading a vibrant music ministry, scheduling liturgical ministers, and assisting the Pastor in planning and implementing the liturgical life of the parish.Requirements: Be a practicing Catholic who can articulate the tenants of our faith. A degree in music or liturgy is required and some experience is preferred.

If you or someone you know is interested please send a resume to: Fr. Peter Marshall,
St. Jude Catholic Church, 5353 McFarland Rd Indianapolis, IN 46227
or email pmarshall@stjudeindy.org.

 

Roncalli High School Search for President

Roncalli High School, an archdiocesan parochial Catholic high school serving grades 9-12, is currently accepting applications for the position of president. Located on the near southside of Indianapolis, the school serves a growing, diverse student population of 1,200 and is accredited by the State of Indiana.  The institution is blessed with exceptional teaching and administrative staff and a dedicated group of parents, friends, and alumni.

The president is the chief executive of the operational vitality for the institution, including development/advancement, marketing/enrollment, finances, and capital projects. The president leads and articulates the school’s mission and vision, creates and implements strategic plans, and builds and nurtures relationships. The president reports to and is evaluated by the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the archdiocese with input from the board of directors.

Applicants must foster a strong Catholic identity, value diversity, and possess strong leadership and interpersonal skills. Applicants must be practicing Roman Catholics who have demonstrated their commitment to servant leadership. Preferred candidates will have a master’s degree and/or equivalent work experience and a track record of building community and serving others.

Interested, qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by October 15; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To apply:

  • Please submit the following items electronically to Joni Ripa (jripa@archindy.org):
  • Letter of Interest, addressed to Gina Kuntz Fleming, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, including responses to the following two questions:
    • What experience have you had leveraging diversity to achieve success?
    • How can you be a champion for the Catholic education and formation of young people in the role of president?
  • Resume
  • Three letters of recommendations or contact information for three professional references
  • Complete the online application using the following link: http://oce.archindy.org/office-of-catholic-education/employment/job-postings.aspx

For questions about this Catholic leadership position, please email or call:

Rob Rash
Office of Catholic Schools
rrash@archindy.org
317.236.1544

 

Youth Minister /Communications Specialist

St Jude Catholic Church, Indianapolis is looking to hire a full-time Youth Minister /Communications Specialist.  Responsibilities include empowering youth and young adults to grow as Disciples of Christ who are rooted in the traditions and teachings of the church through engaging social activities, community involvement and catechesis.  They will also be responsible for various parish social media accounts and parish wide communications. 

Requirements: Be a practicing Catholic who can articulate the tenants of our faith.  Preference will be given to applicants with a degree in theology, who have some ministry experience.  If you or someone you know is interested please send a resume to  Fr. Peter Marshall at the parish office or email pmarshall@stjudeindy.org.

 

Archives Assistant

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a part-time archives assistant, 15 hours per week. The Office of the Archives collects and preserves those documents, photographs, records, and other materials that pertain to the origin, history, and administration of the archdiocese.  The staff of the archives provides assistance and support to archdiocesan offices and agencies, parishes, and individual researchers. 

Responsibilities include: assisting patrons with reference requests, including for parish histories, archdiocesan departmental records, sacramental records, and genealogical research; processing collections and creating collection guides; Special projects including the creation of digital collections, website updates, and social media posts; as well as completing other related tasks and projects as directed and assigned by the archivist.

Candidates must have strong written and verbal communication skills, organization and planning skills, basic computing skills, including Excel. Frequent lifting; must be able to lift up to 30 pounds.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:
Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

Maintenance Technician

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is accepting applications for a part-time or full time maintenance technician for Brute Seminary, Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral and the Catholic Center. This position will be responsible for the appearance, operation and maintenance of the buildings and grounds. Primary duties include performing maintenance and completing repairs on buildings, grounds, equipment, electrical systems, plumbing, doors, furniture, fixtures vehicles, etc. Must be available to handle emergency maintenance issues after hours and on weekends on a rotating basis. Please contact HR@archindy.org for a complete job description or employment application.

Please submit inquiries and completed job applications to:
Human Resources Office
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
HR@archindy.org

 

Positions at A Caring Place Adult Day Services (ACP)

ACP is currently looking to hire sensitive and caring persons with a calm, peaceful demeanor to join our team in our mission to serve the cognitively and physically impaired senior adult.  Applicants must have a genuine interest and ability to work with the elderly population and a sensitive and enthusiastic manner with a general knowledge of cognitive and physical impairments.  Applicants must be flexible, take initiative, be creative and willing to work as part of a team.

DRIVER:   This position is a part-time position, split shift, M, W, and F, approximately 12-15 hours a week. The candidate may also provide transport for outings, when needed.   Will be responsible for transporting frail and cognitively impaired senior adults to and from the facility providing door-to-door service.  Must have current, valid driver’s license and auto insurance.

KITCHEN AIDE:  This position is a part-time position, 15 to 17.5 hours a week, working daily, M thru F. Responsibilities include minor preparation of meals, heating up of main courses, serving and clean-up.  Clean-up includes washing dishes and sweeping and/or mopping the floor.

Any interested candidate can contact Amy Sczesny, at 317-466-0015 or e-mail resume and Letter of Interest to asczesny@archindy.org.

 

HVAC Repair Technician

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time HVAC Repair Technician.  Responsibilities include oversight and maintenance of all HVAC (heating/ventilation/air conditioning) equipment for the Catholic Center suite of buildings. This role will schedule and oversee the implementation of a preventative maintenance program on all HVAC equipment, including but not limited to: blow-down, belts, filters, chemicals, hoses, piping, drainage and condensate line clean-out, etc.

Qualifications include prior experience in HVAC industry and the ability to trouble shoot and repair existing equipment. A working knowledge of some of the following: boilers, heat pumps, air conditioners, chillers, compressors, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air handling units, roof top units, condensers, evaporators and heat exchangers. Good organizational and communication skills. The ability to reach, bend, stoop, kneel and stand for extended periods. The ability to lift up to 50 pounds is required. A valid driver’s license is required. Will need to pass a background check.

Occasional overtime may be required on evenings, weekends, and during emergencies.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

Director, Major Giving and Planned Gifts

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Major Giving and Planned Gifts to oversee and execute a fundraising strategy focused on growing major gifts and planned gifts for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and its  parishes, schools and agencies. While managing a personal portfolio of donors, the Director will also lead a team of individuals who are committed to growing donor engagement and securing financial resources for ministry needs. 

Applicants should be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a deep appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic faith and a passion for supporting the ministry of the Church through endowments and planned giving. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to interact effectively with current and prospective donors as a representative of the archdiocese are essential.  In addition, strong organizational ability, and project management skills are required. The position also requires the ability to lead others effectively and act in accordance with the code of ethics promulgated by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

A master’s degree, CFRE, or equivalent experience in not-for-profit management, business administration, philanthropy or related field is preferred. At least five years of professional experience in positions of significant responsibility within the Church or other service-oriented institutions, preferably involving fundraising, endowments, and planned giving is required. Prior experience with Blackbaud Razor’s Edge management software is preferred.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

President, Washington Catholic Schools

Washington Catholic students (P-12) are provided a faith-based education rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition. Washington Catholic offers a strong educational program which is accredited by the Indiana Department of Education and AdvancED. The school is a member of the Indiana Non-Public Education Association and the National Catholic Education Association. The curriculum is designed to recognize the needs and differences of individual students, to develop students’ potential in accordance with ability, and to equip graduates to live and find success in today’s complex world.  

Washington Catholic Schools seek a dynamic leader to serve as their first President. The school will utilize the President/Principal model. The President functions as the chief executive officer, reporting to the Pastor and Superintendent of Schools. Washington Catholic seeks candidates with exceptional relationship-building, interpersonal, and communication skills that inspire collaboration from all internal and external constituent groups. Candidates should possess significant management experience, financial acumen, and expertise in business management, as well as experience in planning and overseeing extensive capital and building projects to enhance facilities. In addition, the President must demonstrate a proven track record of acquiring funds through the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations. The President should be capable of leading a team of administrators, possess an understanding of the President/Principal model of administration, and be comfortable working with an advisory council.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please send a cover letter and current resume to

Dr. Daryl C. Hagan, Superintendent of Schools
Diocese of Evansville, Catholic Schools Office
4200 North Kentucky Avenue, PO Box 4169
Evansville, IN 47724-0169
Email: cso@evdio.org

 

Director of Music Ministries (PART-TIME)

St Susanna Parish in Plainfield has an opening for a part-time music director (14-20 hours per week). 

Duties include:
Responsibility for selection of music.
Leading/performing the music at several liturgies per weekend and for other special services or events including a Thursday morning school Mass.   
Leading and supporting the choir.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in music or equivalent in education and experience
Knowledge of Roman Catholic Liturgy
Good pastoral skills
Good organizational skills

Please submit resumes to
spalmer@saintsusanna.com
or
St Susanna
1210 E Main St
Plainfield, IN 46168
Attn:  Susan Palmer

 

Coordinator of Evangelization and Discipleship

The Office of Catechesis of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Evangelization and Discipleship.  This new position is focused on helping parishes develop evangelization teams for outreach to the unchurched and alienated as well as enhancing a sense of discipleship among practicing Catholics.  

Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics with an in-depth knowledge of the Faith and Catholic catechesis. Excellent oral and written communication skills along with strong organizational and project management skills are required.  A Bachelor’s degree in catechetics, religious education, theology or a related field is required.  Previous employment or volunteer experience in the Catholic Church in parish ministry or teaching is required. Spanish speaking/writing ability is preferred. 

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

Pre-Cana Weekend Coordinator

The Office of Marriage and Family Life of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a part-time Pre-Cana Weekend Coordinator to serve as the event planner and facilitator for Pre-Cana marriage preparation days and to fulfill clerical office duties related to the Pre-Cana ministry. Pre-Cana days are offered approximately 10 times per year throughout the Archdiocese in both English and Spanish. This position is an opportunity to work closely with the volunteers who present at Pre-Cana days and to assist engaged couples seeking to complete their marriage preparation.  

Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics with a passion for strengthening marriage and families, especially in the areas of faith and life skills. The position requires a working knowledge of Catholic teaching on marriage and family, and preference will be given to candidates familiar with theology of the body, sacramental preparation, and/or pastoral ministry. Excellent oral and written communication skills along with strong organizational and event planning skills are required.  The position involves part-time office hours approximately 2 days per week and some evening and weekend hours at Pre-Cana retreats approximately 1 weekend per month. Spanish speaking/writing ability is highly preferred. 

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

Healing Ministries Coordinator

The Office of Marriage and Family Life of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a part-time Healing Ministries Coordinator to serve as the event planner and volunteer coordinator for ministry to Catholics who are separated, divorced, or grieving a loss. The Coordinator assists parishes in implementing programs to minister to separated, divorced, or grieving individuals by sharing best practices and resources and by providing formation for volunteers engaged in healing ministries in parishes.   

Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics with a passion for accompanying individuals and communities in the areas of faith, healing, and pastoral skills. The position requires the ability to listen with compassion to individuals experiencing grief while maintaining a high level of confidentiality. Candidates must be knowledgeable of and committed to Catholic teaching on marriage and family, especially related to divorce, re-marriage, and marriage nullity (annulment). Excellent oral and written communication skills along with strong organizational and event planning skills are required.  A background in pastoral ministry or retreat ministry is a plus. The position involves part-time office hours approximately 2 days per week and some evening and weekend hours. Spanish speaking/writing ability is highly preferred. 

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

School Principal

We are searching for an experienced individual who seeks to be the leader of a school community that prides itself on providing a top-rated education, surrounded by the practices of our faith and the teachings of our Lord. The dynamic individual that we seek to fill this role must be, first and foremost, a practicing Catholic, deeply rooted in our faith.

Equally important, this individual should be passionate about creating a great educational environment for our pre-K-8 students, and will be committed to creating a vibrant school that has a positive impact on the parishes that support it. Our principal will support and further develop our culture of inclusion, where every child feels welcomed and valued, and as a result is able to learn and reach their individual potential.

We seek an individual who is both inspirational and collaborative, who demonstrates excellent
communication skills to work with the parish, the school faculty and staff, and most importantly,
the students and their parents. This leader is a problem solver with the ability to think outside of
the box and work with staff and families to provide creative solutions.

Our principal will also be a key contributor to the growth of SJV, both in enrollment, and also in
the influence on our parish and in the community. Our school mission statement, “To enhance
the total educational development of each student and to foster in them a sense of
responsibility and awareness based upon the teachings of the Catholic Church”, calls us to
partner with families who seek a Catholic education for their children.

Apply to:

St. John Vianney School Board
Attn: Principal Search Committee
4101 Clyde Park Ave SW
Wyoming, MI 49509
schoolboard@stjohnvianney.net

Please attach a detailed letter of application with a resume. Complete and return the application form located here.

 

Cafeteria Manager for 2019-2020

Saint Pius X Catholic School is accepting applications for an organized and dedicated cafeteria manager.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Manage employees
  • Plan a monthly menu to be distributed to parents and staff
  • Order, prepare, cook, and serve food
  • Inventory, receive, and store unused food items
  • Clean and keep kitchen up to code with health department requirements

If interested in this position, please send resume to:

Keely Beaudette, Principal
St. Pius X School
kbeaudette@spxparish.org

 

Director of Youth Ministry

St. Alphonsus Liguori Catholic Church, Zionsville, Indiana, seeks a full-time Director of Youth Ministry for youth in grades 6-12. The communities of Whitestown and Zionsville are rapidly growing as is our parish. With over 1400 mostly young families, we are looking for a dynamic Director to lead the youth of our parish in an active, engaging and faith filled youth ministry program that speaks to the youth of today while keeping them rooted in the traditions and teachings of the Church.

Applicants must be practicing Roman Catholics, knowledgeable in the teachings of the faith, and familiar will current trends in catechetical ministry. The ideal candidate will be energetic, outgoing, highly self-motivated with strong interpersonal and organizational skills. This position requires a flexible work schedule, including weekends and evenings.

Please send a cover letter and resume to communications@zionsvillecatholic.com.

 

Director of SANCTUS: Young Adult and Young Family Ministry

St. Alphonsus Liguori Catholic Church, Zionsville, Indiana, seeks a full-time Director of Young Adult and Young Family Ministry. The Zionsville and Whitestown communities are rapidly growing as is our parish. With just over 1400 mostly young families the ideal Director would seek to building relationships with and create dynamic opportunities for the singles, marrieds, and young families between the ages of 18-35. This position promotes the mission of the Church by developing authentic Catholic community, implementing programs and activities, and forming parishioners in missionary discipleship to love Christ and His Church.

Applicants must be practicing, prayerful Roman Catholics, knowledgeable in the teachings of the faith, and familiar with current trends in the secular world and catechetical ministry. The ideal candidate will be faith-filled, energetic, outgoing, highly self-motivated with strong interpersonal and organizational skills. This position requires a flexible work schedule, including weekends and evenings.

Please send a cover letter and resume to communications@zionsvillecatholic.com.

 

Principal CEO, San Juan Diego Catholic Academy, Michigan

With a well-crafted strategic plan in place and having recently completed a successful capital campaign, we are seeking a qualified individual to be the leader of a school community that prides itself in preparing Latino students to achieve academic success in high school and beyond. The ideal candidate will actively engage our many partners and stakeholders working collaboratively with educational partners to help students internalize expectations to attend college; and help them develop spiritual readiness for lives of servant leadership as practicing Catholics. This person will empower families to participate in a culturally diverse society from a position of strength, with reverence, ease and confidence.

The individual awarded this position will lead a staff of 20, support parent and volunteer engagement, and help us reach our enrolllment goal of 225 students. The position calls for a faith-filled administrator, with excellent leadership and communication skills who will embrace our mission.

Apply to:

Fr. Stephen Dudek D. Min.
1630 Godfrey Ave. SW
Wyoming, Michigan 49509
Stephendudek@comcast.net

 

Principal, St. Mary School in Spring Lake, Michigan

We are searching for an individual who seeks to be the leader of a school community that prides itself on providing the highest quality education, immeshed in the practices of our faith and the teachings of our Lord. The dynamic individual that we seek to fill this role would be first and foremost a practicing Catholic, deeply rooted in his or her faith.

Equally important, this individual will be passionate about fostering a strong educational environment for our students and will be committed to creating a dynamic school that has a positive impact on the two parishes that support it. Our principal will promote a culture of inclusion, where every child feels welcomed and valued, and as a result is able to learn and reach their individual potential.

We seek an individual who is both inspiriational and collaborative, who leverages excellent communication skills to work with the parishes, the school faculty and staff, and most importantly, the students and their parents. This leader would model and encourage growth in virtue and instill a sense of discipline and accountability in every child.

Our principal will also be a key contributor to the growth of St. Mary’s School, both in enrollment, and also in the influence on our parishes and in the community. Our school mission statement, Inspired by Saint Mary and rooted in our Catholic faith, St. Mary's School fosters spiritual development, academic excellence, responsibility to self, and service to others in order that the Gospel of Christ may be known in the world, outlines the priorities to which the principal must adhere.

St. Mary School Board
Attn: Principal Search Committee
430 E. Savidge St.
Spring Lake, MI 49456

 

Assistant Director of Development

Scecina Memorial High School is seeking a full-time Assistant Director of Development. The primary focus of this position is to personally invite financial support from Scecina alumni and friends for school priorities. This individual will also assist in development and alumni relations events and activities. Successful experience in cultivating stakeholder relationships and directly inviting financial support is preferred.
Candidates may apply by sending a cover letter and resume by July 7, 2019 to:

Jim McGuinness
Director of Development
Scecina Memorial High School
5000 Nowland Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46201
jmcguinness@scecina.org

Scecina Memorial High School, established by the Archbishop of Indianapolis, is a co-educational Catholic college and life preparatory school that motivates our diverse and gifted community of students to attain educational excellence, be lifelong learners, and live as servant leaders in the inspiring footsteps of Father Thomas Scecina.

 

Outreach Specialist for Hispanic Populations, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Evansville

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Evansville is currently searching for an Outreach Specialist for Hispanic Populations.  The person holding this position is responsible for designing, developing and delivering (or overseeing delivery from an external source) programs and services that assist immigrant residents to navigate well and integrate into the local communities of the diocese.  It’s important that the person work well with local business, government, non-profit and community collaborators.  Understanding the Catholic call to be welcoming as well as the richness that diversity brings a community is imperative.

The successful candidate will have a B.S. or B.A. in Social Work, Education, Spanish, Public Administration of other relevant degree.

The home office for this service is in Evansville, Indiana. However, the staff person must be available for day travel and assignments throughout the 12 counties of southwest Indiana.
Evansville, Indiana is a vibrant community located on the Ohio River and is the center of a three-state SMSA.  It is home to over 150,000 residents and is conveniently located to St. Louis, Nashville, Louisville and Indianapolis. The diocese is celebrating its 75th anniversary beginning November 2019. 

The position has a start date of July 1, 2019 or upon hire.

Please send a cover letter, current resume, and list of three professional references to Dr. Sharon Burns, Ph.D., at ccjobs@evdio.org.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

Principal, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Elementary School, Haubstadt, IN

Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Elementary School, guides all students to live like Christ as they fulfill their academic, personal, and spiritual potential in a loving and caring atmosphere. Current
enrollment is 195 students.

The school holds accreditation by AdvancED as well as the Indiana State Board of Education. The school earned an “A” letter grade from the Department of Education. The school is a member in good standing with the Indiana Non-Public Education Association and the National Catholic Education Association.

The position has a start date of July 1, 2019.

Please send a cover letter and current resume to:

Dr. Daryl C. Hagan, Superintendent of Schools
Diocese of Evansville, Catholic Schools Office
4200 North Kentucky Avenue, PO Box 4169
Evansville, IN 47724-0169

or

cso@evdio.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
School Website

 

Communications and Marketing COordinator

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church is seeking a full-time Communications & Marketing Coordinator to provide leadership for communications at Seton to help promote our mission and outreach. The coordinator reports to the Director of Parish Finance and Operations. This position is responsible for developing a comprehensive communications strategy to cast the parish's vision and priorities and effectively communicate the ministries, programs, and activities of the parish.

This person responds to the communication and marketing needs of the parish and ministry departments; supports the pastoral ministry of the parish with creative use of communications and social media. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, planning, development and implementation for Seton’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations in print material, social media forms, website content and press media. Creating and daily updating digital media on numerous social media platforms and new media sites including, but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIN, YouTube, etc. and weekly newsletters. This position would produce/oversee the production of weekly publications, videos, church‐wide emails, letters, newsletters (including electronic/printed versions), brochures, flyers, postcards, banners, signage, annual reports, etc. while maintaining a consistent theme and message.

To apply email a cover letter, and resume in confidence to:

Kevin Sweeney
Director of Parish Operations
St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church
10655 Haverstick Road
Carmel, IN 46033  
kevin.sweeney@setoncarmel.org

 

Chief Operating Officer, Cathedral High School

Cathedral High School has an opening for a Chief Operating Officer. The COO will be working alongside the President, CFO and Principal as the core leadership team of the school and interact with parents, students and community in a lead role. The core leadership team will also partner with the VP of Advancement, Board of Trustees and senior leadership team to forward the school strategically in accordance with its mission. 

The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for the oversight and management of all non-programmatic components including: facilities and maintenance, risk management, security, food service and transportation. The COO works with all members (whether employees or contracted vendors) of maintenance, janitorial, transportation and cafeteria staff, President’s Cabinet, and other support staff to ensure efficient and safe operations for all building and grounds for Cathedral High School, including the implementation of a facility rental policy. The COO will also oversee the Innovation Center project as the school’s primary member on the Board of Director’s FITT Committee. In addition, the COO will oversee all Brunette Park development projects. Please send resumes to Beth Ernst, HR Generalist at Cathedral High School, at bernst@gocathedral.com.

 

Principal, Holy Redeemer Catholic Elementary School, Evansville, IN

Holy Redeemer Catholic Elementary School, with Christ as its focus, is committed to providing a safe and challenging learning environment. Current enrollment is 203 students.

The school holds accreditation by AdvancED as well as the Indiana State Board of Education. The school earned an “A” letter grade from the Department of Education. The school is a member in good standing with the Indiana Non-Public Education Association and the National Catholic Education Association.

The position has a start date of July 1, 2019.

Please send a cover letter and current resume to:

Dr. Daryl C. Hagan, Superintendent of Schools
Diocese of Evansville, Catholic Schools Office
4200 North Kentucky Avenue, PO Box 4169
Evansville, IN 47724-0169

or

cso@evdio.org

The application deadline is Friday, May 31, 2019.

 

Campus Ministry Position, St. Francis of Assisi Newman Center, Muncie, Ind.

A spirited, enthusiastic, and faith-filled individual is being sought by St. Francis of Assisi Newman Center at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.  This individual will join Newman’s Campus Ministry Team in order to develop and implement a team approach to campus and young adult ministry.  The candidate should have the capacity to collaborate with other leaders in the development and implementation of a plan for campus ministry, including faith formation, facilitating retreats, student leader recruitment, event planning, managing a budget, leading our resident intern program, and more.

Under the direction of the Pastor, the Campus Minister will collaborate with FOCUS missionaries and empower students to lead Catholic student ministries, outreach, and events serving all students of Ball State University. Such programs include support for liturgical celebrations, male and female student retreats, service, faith formation, pilgrimages, spiritual and evangelization programs, and social gatherings. The Campus Minister will create an environment where the Newman Center becomes home to the students - a font for their spiritual and intellectual lives, vocational discernment, and Christian maturity.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Catholic Church.
  • Previous experience working in either a campus and/or church setting.
  • A Bachelor’s degree is required; a preferred focus in a field of study related to ministry is valued.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.

Interested parties should send their resume to St. Francis of Assisi Parish, attn: Tara Edmondson, by email, to tedmondson@parish.dol-in.org.

 

Custodian Position Available

St. Christopher Church is hiring a full-time, hard-working individual to provide janitorial and light maintenance support. The Custodian will ensure the buildings and grounds are tidy, clean and well-maintained. The Custodian will perform various custodial duties.

A successful candidate will need to prioritize tasks and take pride in their work. Top candidates need to be hardworking, committed, dedicated and will need to pass a background check. We offer a complete benefit package.  If interested, email your resume to Steve Quinnette at mrq@stchrisindy.org or mail your resume to:

Steve Quinnette
5301 W 16th St
Indianapolis, IN  46224

 

President, Mater Dei High School

Since 1949, Mater Dei students are provided a faith-based education rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition. We strive to educate the whole child by blending learning with faith and by making faith an integral part of the school day.  Mater Dei offers a comprehensive academic program with over 95% of its students going on to college. The Indiana Department of Education has recognized the school as a “Four Star School” and “A” school. 

Mater Dei High School seeks a dynamic leader as its next President. The school utilizes the President/Principal model. The President functions as the chief executive officer, reporting to the Priest-Delegate and Superintendent of Schools. Mater Dei seeks candidates with exceptional relationship-building, interpersonal, and communication skills that inspire collaboration from all internal and external constituent groups. Candidates should possess significant management experience, financial acumen, and expertise in business management, as well as experience in planning and overseeing extensive capital and building projects to enhance facilities. In addition, the President must demonstrate a proven track record of acquiring funds through the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations. The President should be capable of leading a team of administrators, possess an understanding of the President/Principal model of administration, and be comfortable working with an advisory Board.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

Please send a cover letter and current resume to:

Dr. Daryl C. Hagan, Superintendent of Schools
Diocese of Evansville, Catholic Schools Office
4200 North Kentucky Avenue, PO Box 4169
Evansville, IN 47724-0169
Email: cso@evdio.org

 

Principal, DePaul Cristo Rey High School, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Principal reports to the President/CEO.  The Principal is the chief academic officer of the school and is responsible for leading the institutional, spiritual and co-curricular programs of the school and its day-to-day academic operations.  The Principal provides leadership for faculty, staff and students and ensures the orderly and safe operations of the school in all aspects.  The Principal coordinates, plans, oversees and executes the school’s educational programs, policies and school accreditation processes.  The Principal leads and articulates the formation of the school’s rich culture, unique mission and clear academic goals in a program of continuous improvement.

How to Apply:

Please do not contact the school directly.  Candidates must apply via Indeed.com and include the following items:

  • Cover letter communicating what attracts you to the Cristo Rey mission and why you are seeking the opportunity to lead DePaul Cristo Rey High School.
  • A current curriculum vitae.
  • Statement of educational philosophy.  Please write an essay limited to three pages that responds to the following questions:
    • Describe your philosophy of education and how you would put it into practice at DePaul Cristo Rey High School.
    • What vision would you bring to a school that is in its eighth year of operation and positioning itself for both stability and growth?
    • Describe your leadership style. What past experiences in educational leadership best align with what you perceive to be the challenges of leading a school like DePaul Cristo Rey?
    • DePaul Cristo Rey has a strong community of adults committed to the school’s mission. What qualities and dispositions do you look for when hiring teachers and staff? How would you support, evaluate, and train teachers?
    • How would you ensure the Catholic identity of our school? Define effective Catholic school leadership.
    • As principal you are the lead learner of the school community. Give an example of how you engage in reflection and ongoing learning as a school leader.

Applications will be considered until the position is filled; however, applicants who do not meet the requirements will not be considered.  Applicants selected for further consideration will be asked to submit additional materials.

For more information about DePaul Cristo Rey High School, visit www.depaulcristorey.org.

For more information about the Cristo Rey Network® of schools, visit www.cristoreynetwork.org.

 

Major Gifts & Planned Giving Officer

The Glenmary Home Missioners seek a proven development professional to secure and raise funds through the procurement of major gifts and the management of planned gift programs such as annuities, charitable trusts, bequests and grants.

College degree preferred. Five years of experience of practical experience in development with a working knowledge of planning giving instruments. Familiarity with fundraising software and windows applications.

The successful candidate must be able to develop an annual plan for identification, cultivation and solicitation of major and planned gifts. Must be able to maintain and foster relationships with donors to determine the best way to secure their giving capacity. Coordinate fundraising efforts and the annual Father Bishop Legacy Society event.

Regular frequent travel required outside of normal work location to meet with Glenmary supporters throughout the country.

Glenmary Home Missioners, founded in 1939, is a Catholic society of priests and brothers who, along with coworkers, are dedicated to establishing a Catholic presence in rural areas and small towns of the United States where the Catholic Church is not yet effectively present.
Inspired by the vision of society founder Father William Howard Bishop, Glenmary missioners and lay coworkers strive to:

  • Serve the spiritual and material needs of those living in some of the most impoverished counties in the South and Appalachia.
  • Proclaim and witness to the Good News of Jesus Christ and the power of God's love, mercy and justice.

Submit your resume and cover letter to Michael Schneider, Glenmary Home Missioners, P.O. Box 465618, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 or apply via email at mschneider@glenmary.org .

No phone calls please.  

 

Superintendent of Catholic Schools

The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend is currently seeking candidates for the position of Superintendent of Catholic Schools.  Catholic Schools are a ministry of the Church, and this position works with the Bishop and the Secretary for Catholic Education to ensure the integration of faith and life, reverence for truth, growth in virtue, formation in Christian discipleship, and commitment to prayer. The superintendent overseas the formation of 13,000 students in 39 elementary school and 4 high schools in Northern Indiana.

For more information and to apply, please visit the diocesan careers webpage at www.diocesefwsb.org/Current-Job-Postings.

 

Preschool/Daycare Director, St. John Paul II Church, Sellersburg, IN

St. John Paul II Catholic Church is currently seeking a qualified full-time director for our highly successful Preschool and Daycare program. We are seeking a Christian, motivated, upbeat, management professional to become part of our growing organization.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage Preschool/Daycare Program in accordance with parish mission and budgetary guidelines
  • Hire, train, and supervise faculty and staff to create a team environment
  • Oversee all facilities and equipment
  • Purchase supplies, equipment, food and other materials necessary for program operations

Please email resumes and cover letters to: JoinTheJPIITeam@stjohnpaulschool.org.
Interviews are being scheduled now.

 

Prospect Research Analyst

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Prospect Research Analyst. This newly-created position will have a key analytical role in stewardship and development efforts of the Archdiocese. This position is focused on data analysis to promote growth in donor engagement and charitable giving. This role will focus on monitoring the identification, qualification, cultivation, invitation, and stewardship of donors and potential donors and assisting Major Gift and Planned Gift officers in determining prioritization and outreach through analysis of donor trends and behaviors. The Prospect Research Analyst is charged with continuously refining and improving the process of data analysis for the office and always seeking new ways in which data analysis can enhance and impact fundraising success and donor satisfaction by connecting the passions of the donor with the ministries of the Church.

The experienced, self-motivated Prospect Research Analyst will possess strong writing, research, and analytical skills, along with a commitment to producing high quality work. Emphasis will be placed on being an active partner with all directors within the Office of Stewardship and Development to increase funding for ministry. The Prospect Research Analyst will be expected to work on multiple projects simultaneously, utilizing a strong proficiency with prospect research resources, searching skills, and research strategies.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: hr@archindy.org

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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