The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori posted 11/12/16
Principal/Head of School Position (begins July, 2017)
Candidates should have the following skills and qualifications:
Strong, active, and vibrant Catholic faith life, faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church
Prior experience in Montessori education
Strong public relations skills, including verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work collaboratively
Ability to work in a complex organizational setting
Proficiency in communication technologies
About The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori (GSCM)
Founded in 1998, GSCM is one of a handful of Catholic Montessori schools nationwide that integrates Catholic and Montessori education and that fully utilizes the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for the spiritual formation of its students. GSCM serves approximately 200 students, ages 3 to 14. The school has had eight graduating 8th grade classes, is owned and operated by an independent Board of Trustees, and is affiliated with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
GSCM is characterized by at atmosphere of joy among children and adults; an active, involved parent community; and a dedicated, talented, stable staff. Located just 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, the school has a 13-acre campus with rolling hills, fields, and forests; several buildings (including a chapel); a natural playscape and grounds for outdoor work and play. Since purchasing the campus in 2012, GSCM has made significant improvements to its facilities.
Cincinnati is a strong, established community for both Montessori and Catholic education, offering many opportunities for professional support and collaboration. The Principal/Head of School position is being vacated by the school’s founder, who will remain on staff as the Executive Director and serve as a collaborator and support for the incoming Principal/Head of School.
For more information about GSCM, go to www.gscmontessori.org
For more information, please contact or send your resume to:
Dan Teller, The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori
4460 Berwick St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
Phone: 513-271-4171 e-mail: email@example.com
St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church posted 5/28/16
Director of Children and Family Ministries
The purpose of the Director for Children and Family Ministry (DCFM) is to provide guidance and organizational infrastructure for ministry to our children and their families, leading potential volunteers and parents to become involved, and allowing ministry leaders to focus on their various ministries.
The function of the DCFM is to help guide and facilitate ministries for children from birth to age 12, and their families, working with volunteers in a suburban church. It is, as well, to work with the Christian Formation Ministry team, the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Leadership Team, and the Director of Youth Ministries toward the congregational goal to “challenge our clergy, staff, and ministry teams to lead us into a deeper relationship with Christ through worship, education, and caring” as it specifically applies to our ministry with children and families. This position is new to St. Catherine’s, so an attitude of listening and learning and helping us to create effective opportunities for children to encounter God will be important. This is a collaborative position working with well-trained and active teachers and volunteers in a ministry team environment.
Salaried Position: based on40 hours/week, with benefits, including continuing education.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Please read more about Responsibilities, Qualifications and Character here.
If interested please sumbit a cover letter and resume to HR@stcatherines.org.
St. William of York Catholic School posted 4/21/16
Academic Excellence Personalized Attention Authentic Catholic Culture
We are seeking enthusiastic Full and Part Time Preschool Teachers to implement our new preschool model in the 2016/2017 school year, preferring candidates with Level I and Level II training in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Position may include Preschool administrative responsibilities. Candidates must have knowledge, experience and skill working with primary aged children and creative ideas for engaging young children in an authentic Catholic culture. An interview in person and strong references will be required. Interested candidates please email resume and cover letter to Principal Frank Nicely: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the School
St. William of York Catholic School is the parish school for the Church of St. William of York in the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, VA. We are a PreK-8th grade school with loyalty to the Magisterium and a strong commitment to the traditional Catholic Education and an authentic Catholic culture. We are a dynamic school family united in Gospel charity and we encourage applicants to explore our school website: www.stwillschool.org.
Pastoral Associate of Life Long Faith Formation posted 4/20/2016
St. Andrew the Apostle
27 Kresson – Gibbsboro Road
Gibbsboro, NJ 08026
The Pastoral Associate of Life Long Faith Formation is a member of the parish’s staff and reports to the Pastor. This part-time position (28 hour) will also manage and oversee all sacramental preparation and all lifelong faith formation programs. The PALLFF will also manage and have oversight of the entire Religious Education Program using the “Catechesis of the Good Shepherd” as a principal methology. Must have excellent organizational skills and facilitated other programs such as : Whole Community Catechesis, Growing in Faith Together, Special Needs Program, The Way (traditional CCD) . MA in Theology with a minimum of 5 years leadership experience. A more detailed job description, containing responsibilities and requirements, can be obtained by contacting email@example.com
If interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
and copy email@example.com
Catechist for Preschool/ The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd posted 4/20/16
Our Lady of Joy Catholic Church 36811 North Pima Road Carefree, AZ 85377
Crossroads are Pima and Cave Creek Road
This is a part time paid position. Our preschool program allows flexibility in our CGS program for scheduling. Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday classes can be held. This position is approximately 10 hours a week. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, weekly information for parents, lesson planning maintaining the material and environment. OLOJ CGS program has all presentation/centers available. Applicant will continue professional development through reading and participating in diocesan and other opportunities.
Please visit our website at www.oloj.org/preschool for more information about our program. Please contact Director of Preschool Jessica Snook at 480-346-3059 if interested in the position.
Candidates should have the following skills and qualifications:
· Practicing Catholic in good standing and faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church
· Strong understanding of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd methodology
· Strong interpersonal and public relations skills; verbal and written communication skills
· Ability to work collaboratively with the families, teachers and staff
· Be organized and self-motivated