Diocesan Employment

Diocese of Wilmington Administration

Director of the Office of Religious Education

The Diocese of Wilmington is seeking a full-time professional to develop, implement and evaluate programs for all formal religious education in the Diocese.  This is a ministry role responsible for providing leadership to local catechetical leaders, catechist development, supporting parents as partners in religious education, and organizing and directing religious education workshops on both the diocesan and regional levels.  The Director will represent the Diocese at various functions, communicate professionally in writing and verbally on behalf of the Diocese, and partner with Catholic Schools, Youth and Young Adults, Marriage and Family Life and College Campus Ministries.

The successful candidate will meet the following criteria:

  • Practicing Catholic
  • Master’s Degree in Religious Education/Theology
  • Knowledge, skills and abilities obtained through 5 years of parish and 3 years of diocesan level experience; or equivalent
  • Broad knowledge of catechetical issues
  • Ability to travel regionally

To apply, email resume and letter of interest with salary requirements to [email protected]  Please reference DRE in the subject line.  No telephone calls will be accepted.  EOE

Application deadline: February 20, 2015

 

St. Ann School, Diocese of Wilmington

 Principal

ST. ANN SCHOOL, Wilmington, DE, seeks qualified applicants for the position of PRINCIPAL beginning July 1, 2015.  The school, with a stable enrollment of over 235 students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8, is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.  St. Ann School is strong in Catholic Identity with particular attention paid to service.  It enjoys a proven track record of academic excellence, as evidenced not only by its standardized test scores, but also by the number of graduates who receive scholarships to Catholic and private high schools annually.  The school, a neighborhood school with emphasis on its community spirit, is a modern facility housing interactive whiteboards in every classroom, a computer lab, and a mobile technology lab.  The school is easily accessible from I-95.

The next Principal of St. Ann School will build upon the firm foundation in faith formation and academic achievement set by its outgoing nine-year leader.  The new Principal must lead by personal witness to the Catholic faith and exhibit passion and compassion in articulating the mission of St. Ann School to students, parents, faculty, and community.  Use of technology as a communication and educational tool, work in advancement and development, and presence to support parish and school events are important commitments expected of the new Principal.

The successful candidate must meet the following criteria:

  • live as a practicing Catholic
  • have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the elementary level, with at least three years in Catholic school (administrative experience strongly preferred) and demonstrate a commitment to continued growth of Catholic education
  • hold an advanced degree (M.A., M.S., M.Ed., Ed.D., Ph.D.) from an accredited institution
  • be eligible for Delaware certification

A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than January 20, 2015 to:

Mary Filippone, Personnel Coordinator

Catholic Schools Office

Diocese of Wilmington

1626 N. Union Street

Wilmington, DE 19806

[email protected]

 

 

Saint Mark’s High School, Diocese of Wilmington

  Principal                 

SAINT MARK’S HIGH SCHOOL, Wilmington, DE, seeks qualified applicants for the position of PRINCIPAL beginning July 1, 2015.  The school, serving more than 750 students, is a coed, college preparatory school which “inspires young men and women to create a better world, one more pleasing to God and more helpful to others, by modeling faith, excellence, humility and integrity.”

Saint Mark’s High School, with a faculty and staff of more than 80 educators, is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.  Knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith is exemplified through multiple service opportunities.  A strong academic program, including 23 Advanced Placement courses, college partnerships, the Aquinas Honors Program, and the EMMAUS Program for students with diagnosed learning issues, results in SAT scores exceeding state and national norms and a 100% of those applying to colleges and universities are accepted.  In addition to the strong curricular offerings, the school offers 25 athletic teams that compete on the freshman, junior varsity and varsity levels and more than 30 clubs engaging students in co- and extra-curricular activities.  The campus houses state-of-the-art Science labs, a modern theater and gymnasium, and numerous athletic fields. The school is easily accessible from I-95.

The next Principal of Saint Mark’s High School will build upon the firm foundation in faith formation and academic achievement set by its outgoing leader.  The new Principal must lead by personal witness to the Catholic faith and articulate the mission of Saint Mark’s High School to students, parents, faculty, and community.  Leadership skills in Admissions, Development, Enrollment Management, Finances, and Marketing are critical to the success of the school and its Principal.

The successful candidate must meet the following criteria:

  • live as a practicing Catholic
  • have a minimum of five years teaching experience in Catholic school leadership
  • hold an advanced degree in Education or Administration from an accredited institution
  • be eligible for Delaware certification

A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than February 16, 2015 to:

Mary Filippone, Personnel Coordinator

Catholic Schools Office

Diocese of Wilmington

1626 N. Union Street

Wilmington, DE 19806

[email protected]

Archdiocese of Baltimore

Director, Youth and Young Adult Ministries

The Archbishop of Baltimore seeks a dynamic, creative and faith-filled person to lead the Division of Youth and Young Adult Ministry in supporting parish and school leaders in their efforts to develop adolescents and young adults as disciples of Jesus Christ.

The Director leads the Division staff and local youth and young adult ministers in setting a vision for ministry to the young church that guides them in moral and spiritual development and equips them for leadership and service to their church, their community and the world. As a key leader in the Department of Evangelization, the Director will develop and implement policies and programs which contribute to the work of the New Evangelization.

Preferred candidates will possess a minimum of five years’ youth ministry experience, with two of those years in a diocesan role, as well as a Master’s Degree in Religious Education, Theology or Pastoral Ministry.

To apply, visit:

http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ARCHBALT&cws=1&rid=1327

 

 

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English Teacher 

Full-time Upper School English teacher to work in a team atmosphere – planning and cooperating with all colleagues and administration toward a common goal:  to effectively assist young women to reach their potential in English.  Courses include: English I Honors and English II Honors.

Mathematics Teacher 

Part-time Upper School mathematics teacher needed to successfully assist young women to realize and achieve their potential in mathematics.  Successful candidate must be a team player:  collaboratively working with all colleagues and administration toward a common goal.  Courses include Algebra I and Algebra II/Trig Honors.

Please email cover letter and resume to:  [email protected].

Annual Fund Manager

Full-time, fundraising position reporting to the Advancement Director. This person will be responsible for all aspects of the Annual Fund which is designed to build annual operating support for Ursuline Academy.  Will coordinate annual fundraising programs to increase both annual gift income, and the number of current parents, alumnae, grandparents, former parents, and friends who participate. Be responsible for growing participation percentages, moving donors to higher levels of giving and building a deeper culture of philanthropy at the Academy and with the greater UrsulineAcademy community.  Act as consultant to the Advancement Director on all matters relating to the Ursuline Academy Annual Fund, analyze situations and exercise good judgment.  Requirements are BA or BS degree in a related field and a minimum of 2 years of experience leading an annual fund program, preferably in an independent school or having other nonprofit equivalent experience .  

Cover letter and resume can be sent to:  [email protected].

Assistant Principal, Academic and Student Affairs 

In collaboration with the Principal, advances the mission of the Middle and Upper Schools in the areas of academics and student affairs, with particular emphasis on the completion of initiatives as outlined in the Academy’s strategic plan.  Requirements are a Master’s degree in school administration, instructional leadership or equivalent and 5 years of experience in secondary school administration.

Please send cover letter and resume to:  [email protected]

 

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in West Grove, PA

Parish Operations Manager
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in West Grove, PA is seeking a Parish Operations Manager. The primary role of this full-time position is to administer the Parish from a business perspective. Areas of responsibility include staff management, all aspects of the financial affairs of the Parish, including assisting in fund-raising and development efforts; and facilities management. The qualified candidate will have college degree in business or finance; a minimum of 10 years experience in positions that require decision-making and professional staff supervision. Also needed are a high proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel and Quickbooks; history of and proficiency in budget creation and P&L management. Ideal candidate would also have some development experience. Interested candidates, please submit resumes for consideration to [email protected].

 

St. Jude The Apostle Church, Diocese of Wilmington

Director of Religious Education

St. Jude The Apostle Church, Lewes, DE, seeks qualified applicants for the position of DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION beginning July 1, 2015.  St. Jude’s Church, founded in 2002, “to be a house of welcome and a place of service to all,” is a dynamic and growing parish of 1900+ families in Sussex County, DE.

The Director of Religious Education at St. Jude The Apostle will build upon the firm foundation in faith formation set by its founding director.  The new Director of Religious Education will work full-time to collaborate with the Pastor, parish staff, and Christian Formation Committee to promote the total educational mission of the parish in guiding children, youth, and adults to develop a lifelong commitment to their Catholic faith.  The successful applicant must lead by personal witness to the Catholic faith, in a spirit of passion and compassion for the people of God.  Strong candidates need to model a collaborative style of leadership, be extremely organized, technologically savvy, have management experience, and excellent communication skills.

The successful candidate must meet the following criteria:

  • Live as a practicing Catholic
  • Have previous experience in education, preferably in a Catholic school or parish Religious Education
  • Hold a degree in Theology, Religious Education, Pastoral Studies, Educational Leadership, or a related field (Master’s Degree preferred)

A cover letter and resume should be forwarded no later than February 28, 2015 to:

Rev. James D. Hreha, Pastor

St. Jude The Apostle Church

152 Tulip Dr.

Lewes, DE 19958

Or

[email protected]