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June 8, 2015 | Volume 90 Number 16

OPPORTUNITIES

Bus Driver

St. Anne Catholic School, Bristol, is in need of a school bus driver for school year 2015/2016. Applicants must possess the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with students, parents, staff and general community. All applicants must possess a Class B Commercial Driver License (CDL) in order to qualify for the position. A copy of driving record is a necessity. This is a daily bus run involving approximately one and one half hours each morning and one and one half hours each afternoon. Occasional field trips are also a requirement. Applications may be secured by calling the school at (276) 669-0048 or by going online to The Catholic Diocese of Richmond at www.richmonddiocese.org (employment); resumes may be sent to rfenchak@stanneschoolbristol.org.

 

Campus Minister

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond has an opening for a full time Campus Minister, supporting Hampden Sydney and Longwood University in Farmville, Va. The Campus Minister serves the students, staff and faculty of the university, as well as, alumni and parents, on occasion through liturgies, programs, and pastoral care offered by campus ministry. The campus minister also works closely with the Pastor of St. Theresa Catholic Church and the University. The Campus Minister supports the mission of the Catholic Community by being a prophetic voice on campus. This position requires a practicing Catholic in good standing and a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in a field related to theology or pastoral ministry is required. The position also requires 3–5 years’ experience in pastoral work, preferably. To apply for this position, please send a cover letter, resume and diocesan application to: Catherine Carney at jobs@richmonddiocese.org or Fax: 804-622-5163.

 

Librarian

Saint Gertrude High School seeks a dynamic educator and leader who is both knowledgeable and purposeful in developing connections between the library and the academic program. The candidate should have experience working with educational approaches such as creative thinking and problem solving, design thinking, global engagement, research and analysis, collaboration, and communication. The Librarian will be responsible for working with the faculty to enhance skills in students through the academic curriculum and daily duties. The successful candidate will have well defined interpersonal skills and enjoy working with high school girls. The candidate should have an MLS and a valid VA teaching license. Send resume and Saint Gertrude on-line application to sghs@saintgertrude.org.

 

Teacher

Saint Joseph School in Petersburg is currently accepting applications for the following teaching positions: Full-time Grades 2 & 4, Middle & High School English; Part-time Music and Physical Education. All applicants must be State Licensed. Interested persons should forward applications and resumes to principal@saintjosephschool.com. If you have any questions, please contact the school at 804-732-3931.

 

Academic Positions

St. Benedict Catholic School, Richmond, has the following academic positions open for the 2015-2016 school year.

Academic Dean—The Academic Dean will partner with parents and teachers to foster and promote student learning and moral development through a classical Catholic curriculum. The Academic Dean is responsible for all areas of academics from scheduling to curriculum development. The Dean works directly with the faculty, the parents, and the Principal to not only support the broader curriculum but also to address specific concerns. The Dean also serves in place of the Principal in his absence. (part-time non-exempt approx. 8 hours per week)

Director of Admissions—The Director of Admissions serves on the school’s administrative team, reporting directly to the Principal. The Director of Admissions is responsible for coordinating the entire admissions process including but not limited to marketing, recruitment, tours, events, evaluations, and acceptance. (part-time non-exempt, average 14 hours per week including the summer)

Classical Studies/Latin Teacher—The Middle School Classical Studies/Latin Teacher will partner with parents and teachers to foster and promote student learning and moral development through a classical Catholic curriculum. The Classical Studies/Latin Teacher provide support, as needed, to the Elementary Teachers. Classical Studies will include the Latin language as well as the culture, history, and literature of the Roman Republic and Empire. (part-time exempt, 17 hours per week)

Middle School History Teacher—The Middle School History Teacher will partner with parents and teachers to foster and promote student learning and moral development through a classical Catholic curriculum. The Middle History Teacher will teach all Middle School History classes and provide support, as needed, to the Elementary Teachers. (part-time exempt, 17 hours per week)

Physical Education Teacher—The Physical Education Teacher will promote wellness, team work, self-discipline, perseverance, and sportsmanship. The Physical Education Teacher will teach all PK–8 physical education classes, organize field day, and provide oversight to the small volunteer coaching staff. (part-time exempt, 10 hours per week)

Library Specialist—The Library Specialist will provide day-to-day, hands on support for the appropriate use of the school’s library by staff and students and conduct weekly library classes in the Elementary grades. (part-time exempt 12 hours per week)

Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or better from an accredited college or university, be able to clearly communicate verbally and in writing, and upon employment, be able to pass criminal background checks. Successful candidates must hold a Virginia Teacher Certification or have the qualifications necessary to obtain one upon hire. Submit a letter of interest, resume, and a Diocese of Richmond Application for Employment. Applicants for teaching positions must also submit a statement of educational philosophy. The letter should be addressed to Mr. Sean Cruess, Principal and the materials should be submitted to ehanson@saintbenedictschool.org. Materials are shared electronically so electronic submission is preferred. Combining positions will be considered. If you are interested in combining positions you should clearly state this in your cover letter.

 

Director of Development

The Theological College, National Seminary of the Catholic University of America administered by the U.S. Province of the Society of St. Sulpice, is seeking a Director of Development to lead all aspects of fundraising and marketing for development, and the quiet phase of their 100th Anniversary Campaign.

The ideal candidate will be a generalist, with a demonstrable, successful track record and strong work ethic, who is a relationship builder and skilled negotiator, with a genuine enthusiasm for the future of the priesthood and the Catholic Church in the United States.

A Bachelor’s Degree, excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills, and proficient knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Excel, and PowerPoint are required. 10+ years of experience preferred. Flexible benefits. Salary competitive for a religious organization. Please send resume and salary requirements by email to: tcdevelopmentposition@gmail.com.

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