Employment Opportunities

Parish Facilities Manager (Simpsonville, SC)
St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Simpsonville, SC - Parish Facilities Manager
Resumes are now being accepted for the position of Parish Facilities Manager. We are looking for someone who is a positive team player, has critical thinking and trouble shooting skills, and can manage facilities staff, volunteers and contractors. This candidate will manage and perform all work related to the maintenance and repair of facilities including, but not limited to, building inspections, HVAC (extensive knowledge and experience is a must), plumbing, electrical, custodial, landscape, waste management and security.

For a detailed job description, visit the parish website at www.smmcc.org/209 To apply for this position please submit cover letter, resume with salary requirement and three reference letters to jobs@smmcc.org.
Teacher (Charleston, SC)
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Charleston has an opening for a second grade self-contained teaching position. Please submit a cover letter, resume and a list of references to Katharine Murphy, the principal, at katharine.murphy@charlestondiocese.org or you may call 843-766-2128.
Hiring for Secretary (St. Mary Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Church Georgetown, SC)
St. Mary Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Church is hiring a full-time parish secretary and a part time bookkeeper.

Parish Secretary
  • 36-40 hours per week
  • Strongly prefer bi-lingual in Spanish
  • This person is the coordinator for the operation of the church and supports the pastor and other church staff.
  • The main duties include answering the phone, directing people to resources, keeping up with church census and sacramental records, handling mail / correspondence and publishing needs for the church.
  • Candidate must have knowledge of basic church information; able to use several software programs – Word, ACS, Adobe, Outlook, Excel,
  • Publisher, basic knowledge of QuickBooks. Basic knowledge of Human Resources and employee benefits. Must have working knowledge of some of the basics of accounting system and know how to generate checks. Please email your resume and pay expectations to Father Wilson at St. Mary’s at rwilson@charlestondiocese.org humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com
    Catholic Charities Regional Coordinator (Hardeeville, SC / Beaufort, SC)
    Lowcountry Office in Full Time Position

    Facilitates the Social Mission of the Church in the Lowcountry area in South Carolina. Develops and implements services and programs for the poor and marginalized. Oversees the delivery of services, identifies service gaps in the community, and collaborates with other social services agencies, Catholic organizations, and parishes. Fundraises, establishes, and maintains good relationships with pastors, deacons, and the parishes.

    Requirements:
  • Two to five years business experience in working within a social services environment or in a Catholic Church ministry. Knowledge of Catholic social teaching, computer software including Word, Excel, and email. Capacity to operate within a mission-oriented position. Since this position is considered a ministry of Catholic Charities, it presumes support of the full body of teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Basic budgeting, good communication skills, maturity, excellent interpersonal skills, and demonstrated leadership abilities. Ability to recruit, support, and work with volunteers. Above average organizational skills and ability to function independently with minimal supervision. Capability to learn internal data management system. Bachelor’s degree in business, liberal arts, social work or another related social service field. Master’s degree preferred. Some experience in a retail environment preferred. Bilingual English-Spanish a plus.

    Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.
    Administrative Assistant (Conway/Georgetown)
    Administrative Assistant will work to provide secretarial and administrative support, and general office functions for the Disaster Services Program. Coordinates construction site logistics of all pending and approved repair/rebuild sites for the disaster program. Provides overall logistical support to disaster program, including but not limited to: research, resource development, training, marketing, and special projects. Provides assistance with programmatic coordination and oversight related to welcome homes, workshops, disaster preparedness trainings and development, volunteer training, volunteer management, data entry, and disaster response logistics.

    

Must have excellent attention to detail, organizational skills, and ability to exercise independent discretion and work with minimal supervision. Knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Outlook, Word) required. Experience in working within a social services environment, non-profit organization, case management, or with similar disaster program duties would be beneficial. Bachelor’s degree or previous administrative position experience preferred. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com
    Assistant to the Vicar General (Full-Time)
    Position Description:
    Responsible for creating and executing project work plans to meet the needs of project requests. Identify and frame any assigned projects to include the scope of work and time for successful completion. Identify the necessary resources for project completion on a timely basis and within all appropriate criteria.

    The assistant will prepare potential engagement reviews for work to be contracted and quality assurance procedures in addition to ensuring that exposure and risk on the project are minimized. Participate in committees, work closely with other departments, and report progress of projects as well as agendas on a regular basis.

      Requirements:
    • A bachelor’s degree in related field and 3-5 years’ experience
    • Extremely effective, thorough, and precise communication
    • The ability to maintain the utmost level of confidentiality at all times
    • The ability to multitask
    • Conflict resolution skills
    • An understanding or willingness to learn about Catholic teachings and the structure of the Catholic church
    • Candidates bilingual in Spanish are encouraged to apply
    Instructions to Apply:
    Excellent benefits with generous paid time off, convenient West Ashley location. For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and pay requirements to svincent@charlestondiocese.org
    Catholic Diocese of Charleston, SC Assistant to the Vicar General (Full-Time)
    Position Description:
    Responsible for creating and executing project work plans to meet the needs of project requests. Identify and frame any assigned projects to include the scope of work and time for successful completion. Identify the necessary resources for project completion on a timely basis and within all appropriate criteria.

    The assistant will prepare potential engagement reviews for work to be contracted and quality assurance procedures in addition to ensuring that exposure and risk on the project are minimized. Participate in committees, work closely with other departments, and report progress of projects as well as agendas on a regular basis.

    Requirements:
  • A bachelor’s degree
  • Extremely effective, thorough, and precise communication
  • The ability to maintain the utmost level of confidentiality at all times
  • The ability to multitask
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • An understanding or willingness to learn about Catholic teachings and the structure of the Catholic church
  • Candidates bilingual in Spanish are encouraged to apply
    Instructions to Apply:
    Excellent benefits with generous paid time off, convenient West Ashley location. For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and pay requirements to svincent@charlestondiocese.org
    St. Peter's Catholic School , Classroom Teacher
    Requirements: BA in Elementary or Early Childhood Education; practicing Catholic; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional technology. A valid SC teaching certification is required; an applicant who does not have this credential will be required to obtain one within the time period prescribed by the Diocese of Charleston.

    Please submit resume and letter of interest to Principal Aubrey Wall at awall@stpeterscatholicschool.org Please include in the subject line: Classroom Teacher Position.

    Part-Time Media Specialist/ Librarian
    Requirements: Bachelor's Degree from four-year College or University; teacher certification and/or combination of equivalent education or experience; previous teaching experience desired; recent experience and a strong library-media/information technology background with the ability to use online subscription databases and web resources; has the capacity to create curriculum if needed; ability to effectively communicate with parents on a regular basis.

    Please submit resume and letter of interest to Principal Aubrey Wall at awall@stpeterscatholicschool.org Please include in the subject line: Media Specialist.

    4th Grade Teacher (FT), Charleston
    Fourth grade certified elementary school teacher for 2018 – 2019 school year. Candidates with Master’s Degrees and prior teaching experience preferred. Teaching candidates should be practicing Catholics. The Charleston Catholic School is a K4 – 8th grade school in downtown Charleston, SC. Email resume and cover letter to charlestoncatholic@charlestoncatholic.org. Deadline for applications is June 1st.
    Holy Trinity, Longs
    PK-8th grade Music teacher (Part time; Mondays-Wednesdays) - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; prior teaching experience.

    - PK-8th grade Spanish teacher (Part time; Thursdays and Fridays) - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; fluent in English and Spanish; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; prior teaching experience.

    - PK-8th grade Art teacher (Part time; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; prior teaching experience.

    - After Care Aide (Part time; Mondays-Fridays 2:30-5:30 PM) - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; some prior teaching experience.

    Interested candidates should send a resume and a letter of interest to Mrs. Karen Luzzo, Principal, at 1760 Living Stones Lane, Longs, SC 29568 or kluzzo@charlestondiocese.org.





    4th Grade Teacher (FT), Charleston
    Fourth grade certified elementary school teacher for 2018 – 2019 school year. Candidates with Master’s Degrees and prior teaching experience preferred. Teaching candidates should be practicing Catholics. The Charleston Catholic School is a K4 – 8th grade school in downtown Charleston, SC. Email resume and cover letter to charlestoncatholic@charlestoncatholic.org. Deadline for applications is June 1st.





    Religion Teacher (FT), Hilton Head Island
    St. Francis Catholic School (PK-8) on Hilton Head Island, SC is seeking a fulltime Religion Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.

    The ideal applicant will possess the following training, qualities and skills:
  • Intentional disciple of Jesus Christ
  • Intimate knowledge of Scripture and the teachings of the Church
  • Certification in Elementary Education (HS certification will be considered)
  • Theology or related degree preferred
  • Ability to mentor K-8 students in a life of prayer
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to use various teaching methods and differentiate instruction to meet individual student needs

    St. Francis Catholic School possesses an exemplary faculty and staff wholeheartedly committed to Catholic education. Candidates for this position should be skilled in working with a team, collaborating with colleagues and parents, and communicating in a professional manner.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, transcripts, with two letters of recommendation to the mailing address below or to the following email address: bpope@sfcshhi.com .





    Teachers (FT), North Myrtle Beach
  • 4th grade teacher - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; BA in Elementary Education; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; current SC license or its equivalent; prior teaching experience.
  • PK-8th grade Music teacher (Part time; Mondays-Wednesdays) - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; current SC license or its equivalent; prior teaching experience.
  • PK-8th grade Spanish teacher (Part time; Thursdays and Fridays) - Requirements: practicing Catholic in good standing preferred; fluent in English and Spanish; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; current SC license or its equivalent; prior teaching experience.
  • After Care Aide (Part time; Mondays-Fridays 2:30-5:30 PM) - Requirements: strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management.

    Interested candidates should send a resume and a letter of interest to Mrs. Karen Luzzo, Principal, at 1760 Living Stones Lane, Longs, SC 29568 or kluzzo@charlestondiocese.org.





    Intervention Specialist (FT), Columbia
    The Intervention Specialist works as the liaison between students with learning needs and their support team which includes parents, teachers, guidance counselor, administration, tutors and specialists. The Intervention Specialist determines specific, best practice instructional strategies and measures growth in areas of social-emotional and academic learning. He/She initiates, maintains and supervises the Student Assistance Plans (SAP)

    The candidate should possess a bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Special Education or a related field and maintain a teaching license in the state of South Carolina, or working towards one as specified by the Diocese of Charleston. We desire the candidate to have at least three years’ experience teaching in a classroom setting and a minimum of two years working with special education students.

    This is a part-time position - 20 hours per week.

    Please send resume and cover letter to:

    Mrs. Kathy Preston

    Principal

    St. Peter’s Catholic School

    1035 Hampton Street, 29201

    803-252-8285

    kpreston@stpeterscatholicschool.org





    Classroom Teacher (FT), Columbia
    Requirements: BA in Elementary or Early Childhood Education; practicing Catholic; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional technology. A valid SC teaching certification is required; an applicant who does not have this credential will be required to obtain one within the time period prescribed by the Diocese of Charleston.










    Teacher Positions (Northeast Columbia)
    St. John Neumann Catholic School, located in Northeast Columbia, is currently accepting applications for teacher positions for the 2018-2019 academic year. Requirements: BA in Elementary Education; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional Technology; practicing Catholic preferred; a valid SC teaching certification is required; an applicant who does not have this credential will be required to obtain one within the time period prescribed by the Diocese of Charleston. Please submit resume and letter of interest to Principal Ronald Poles at rpoles@sjncatholic.com. Please include in the subject line: Classroom Teacher Position.

    Second Grade Teacher
    (aid/assist sacramental preparation)

    Pre-School Teacher (Part-Time)
    Under general supervision and in the midst of a Catholic environment that instills sound ideals, morals, and values, guided by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the teacher will instruct children ages three - five in activities designed to promote social, emotional, spiritual, physical, and intellectual growth of every child.

    Science Lab Teacher
    Requirements: Science background; the teacher must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of inquiry-based learning and development of process skills; well-versed in the planning and implementation of hands-on interactive science experiences; ability to collaborate is a must.

    Anticipated Opening
    Sixth Grade Teacher
    Under general supervision in the midst of a Catholic environment that instills sound ideals, morals, and values, guided by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the teacher will instruct students in academic and social skills in such a way that the individual students needs, interests, and abilities are met; assist in other school programs as assigned; Bachelors degree in Elementary Education or related area of discipline with previous teaching experience; or equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.





    1st Grade Teacher, Florence, SC
    St. Anthony Catholic School in Florence, SC is seeking a 1st grade teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Preferred applicants will have current South Carolina certification. The applicant must have an understanding of St. Anthony’s mission and of the Diocese of Charleston's. Please email cover letter and resume to Tracy Hamner at thamner@saintanthonycatholic.com.





    Teaching Position, Myrtle Beach
    St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School is expanding and adding an 11th grade for the 2018-19 school year. Seeking qualified and dedicated teachers who will support the Catholic mission of the school. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Principal Ted Hanes at: hanest@setonhighschoolsc.org.





    Teaching Positions, Columbia
    St. Peter's Catholic School, historically located in downtown Columbia, is currently accepting applications for teacher positions for the 2018-2019 academic year, Requirements: BA in Elementary Education; practicing Catholic; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with Instructional technology. A valid SC teaching certification is required; an applicant who does not have this credential will be required to obtain one within the time period prescribed by the Diocese of Charleston. Please submit resume and letter of interest to Principal Kathy Preston at kpreston@stpeterscatholicschool.org . Please include in the subject line: Classroom Teacher Position.





    Pre-K through 8th grade Spanish Teacher (PT Greenville, SC)
    St. Mary’s Catholic School in Greenville, SC is accepting applications for a qualified part-time Pre-K through 8th grade Spanish teacher for the 2018 - 2019 school year. Preferred applicants will have a current South Carolina license or its equivalent and prior teaching experience. Email resume and cover letter to Principal@stmarysgvl.org. St. Mary’s Catholic School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Deadline for applications is August 1, 2018.





    Staff Director of Faith Formation (Hickory, NC)
    The Director of Faith Formation has the responsibility to meet the needs of the lifelong faith formation program for the parishioners of St. Aloysius. The DFF must be capable of supervising other faith formation personnel, if needed, managing a faith formation office, recruiting, training, facilitating certification and supervising volunteers to assist with the program. The DFF will also be responsible for evaluating program resources, scheduling programs, developing curricula, evaluating program resources, scheduling classes and programs, functioning as a catechetical resource person and evaluating the effectiveness of the total program. The DFF will work in conjunction with the Director of Youth Ministry.

    This is a full time position averaging 40 hours per week and involves flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings.

    Essential Job Responsibilities:
    • Develops goals, objectives, and implements strategies for a comprehensive faith formation program that serves K through adults including preparation for sacraments.
    • Directs and oversees various faith formation programs that support a lifelong deepening of the Catholic faith for all parishioners consistent with the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), National Directory for Catechesis (NDC), diocesan guidelines, and parish needs.
    • Sets calendar for all Faith Formation classes
    • Supervises Coordinator of Jr. High Faith Formation
    • Responsible for the recruitment and training of volunteers/catechists to conduct the parish’s catechetical programs.
    • Responsible for planning curriculum for K – 8, including evaluation of resources, ordering books, supplies, etc.
    • Responsible for recruiting and ongoing formation of all catechists.
    • Responsible for ongoing evaluation of all catechists.
    • Assist with classroom lessons, “Chosen” program and retreats, if needed.
    • Evaluates faith formation programs and makes recommendations to the Pastor.
    • Evaluates and facilitates Bible Studies
    • Assures volunteers/catechists receive “Protecting God’s Children” mandatory training, and necessary background checks. Establishes and implements appropriate training programs for catechists to receive required certification courses.
    • Responsible for administrative functions such as maintenance of all sacramental records and program registrations and evaluations.
    • Responsible for planning and execution of RCIA Process in conjunction with the Pastor, including all record keeping.
    • Acts as a resource person for catechists, staff and parish community.
    • Prepares annual budget for review by the Finance Council and oversee expenditures.
    • Attends bi-monthly PCPL Meetings headed by Diocesan Regional Coordinator of Faith Formation.
    • Attends bi-monthly Vicariate in-service meetings conducted by the Diocesan Office of Faith Formation
    • Orders monthly and seasonal material for literature rack
    Administrative Job Responsibilities:
    • Responsible for all data entry for Faith Formation Department, including entering families and children in the database, entering children in classes and assigning catechists, posting tuition payments, posting attendance, and running financial reports, as needed.
    • Responsible for administrative functions of all sacramental records, program registrations and evaluations.
    • Responsible for tracking compliance for the Safe Environment Program.
    • All other tasks and duties as assigned by the pastor.





    St. Peter’s Catholic School, Columbia, is accepting resumes for a part-time Spanish teacher position for the remainder of the 2017-2018 academic year.

    Candidate must have strong writing and speaking skills; knowledge of developmental benchmarks of children, and appropriate classroom management skills.

    Interested applicants should a send cover letter and resume to:
    Kathy Preston, Principal
    1035 Hampton Street
    Columbia, SC 29201
    kpreston@stpeterscatholicschool.org






    (Director Of Music And Liturgy - Saint Clare Of Assisi Catholic Church, Charleston, SC)

    Chief Responsibilities
  • Helps create and sustain full, active, and joyful congregational participation to promote beautiful liturgies
  • Oversees creation of weekly order of worship, prayers of the faithful and introduction to be read before Mass
  • Helps establish parish Liturgy Team
  • Plans and directs music and seasonal liturgical offerings, with feedback from Pastor and Liturgy Team
  • Plays weekend Masses (three), holy days, funerals, weddings, and others as needed
  • Plays the organ and/or piano and directs other instruments
  • Organizes music library of choral and instrumental sacred music
  • Builds, trains, directs and inspires parish choirs (adult, youth, schola cantorum)
  • Develops and oversees contemporary ensemble
  • Trains and supervises cantors
  • Collaborates with liturgical ministry coordinators
  • Manages scheduling of liturgical ministry volunteers through Ministry Scheduler Pro
  • Coordinates the care and repair of all parish instruments
  • Has knowledge of electronics and sound systems
  • Plans and monitors annual music and liturgy budget
  • Performs administrative functions and collaborates with parish staff and councils

    Qualifications
  • Dependable, dedicated, energetic, flexible and creative with a sense of humor
  • Motivated to grow the music program into one respected in metro area and beyond
  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in music, liturgy, or related field, or commensurate experience in parish music and liturgical ministry
  • Strong proficiency in playing the organ and the piano; vocal skills a bonus
  • Thorough understanding of Catholic liturgical norms and customs
  • Strong organizational and communication skills, especially through use of software and social media
  • Effective collaboration with clergy, musicians, staff, and congregation

    Other
  • Auditorium uses Allen Chapel Series CF8a two-manual organ and upright piano
  • Salary commensurate with qualifications and competitive with market standards based on NPM guidelines
  • Funerals and weddings paid in addition to salary
  • Benefits include medical/dental and retirement plans participation
  • Continuing education opportunities available

    Send cover letter, CV, and references to gwest@clare.church
    No phone calls, please.

    About the Employer
    We are a new parish, established Easter Sunday 2014, on Daniel Island in beautiful, historic and growing Charleston, ranked one of the world's top cultural and tourist destinations. We are a family of 700+ households so far, mostly of working professionals with children who have migrated to Charleston from throughout the country. Presently we worship in the 550-seat auditorium of Bishop England High School. Design work is underway for a traditional 800+ seat (including a 100 seat choir loft) church building with the goal of completing construction in 2021. Visit us at clare.church. See our community at danielisland.com.





    Administrative Assistant (FT, Charleston)
    High functioning candidate with attention to detail and a high level of accuracy. Ability to prioritize a heavy work load, work well with multiple deadlines, learn quickly, and work in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions. Excellent organizational, customer service, composition, and computer skills, including MS Word and Excel, required. Confidentiality essential. Knowledge of Catholicism helpful. Excellent benefits, generous paid time off, convenient West Ashley location. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.





    St. Peter’s Catholic School, historically located in downtown Columbia, SC seeks a Kindergarten Teacher for immediate hire. St. Peter’s is a coeducational elementary school which serves students in grades K4 through 6th. Requirements: BA in Elementary or Early Childhood Education; practicing Catholic; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with instructional technology. A valid SC teaching certification is required; an applicant who does not have this credential will be required to obtain one within the time period prescribed by the Diocese of Charleston. Applicants must complete Diocesan Safe Environment screening process.

    Please submit resume and cover letters to:
    Mrs. Kathy Preston, Principal
    KPreston@StPetersCatholicSchool.org
    1035 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC, 29201
    P (803)252-8285 F (803) 254-4736


    For further information about St. Peter’s Catholic School please visit the web site: www.StPetersCatholicSchool.org








    St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School is a new high school in Myrtle Beach SC. Growing one grade-level per year, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School offers an authentically Catholic education to ninth and tenth graders. Eleventh grade will be added in 2018-19 and twelfth grade will be added in 2019-20. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School has an immediate opening for a part-time Biology teacher.

    Send applications or inquiries to: setonhighschoolsc.org






    Cemetery Worker – Temp to Perm Potential

    Responsible for general cemetery work and maintenance to include burying of the dead both underground and above, gardening, mowing, weeding, raking leaves, trash pickup, occasional interaction with public. Ability to drive stick shift required, lawn care and back hoe experience preferred. For consideration, submit resume and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.





    Director of Music – Greenville)

    Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Greenville, SC, is accepting applications for a full-time Director of Music. This is an exciting opportunity to develop the music ministry in a traditionally minded, growing parish with a recently constructed new church, complete with a twenty-one rank Wicks pipe organ in an excellent acoustical setting.

    The qualified candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Music with no fewer than three years of professional service in a parish setting and will be, preferably, a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church. The candidate must be knowledgeable in Catholic liturgical practices and an accomplished organist and choir director. Responsibilities include serving as director for an adult choir and a children's choir, and playing for three weekend Masses in the Ordinary Form, as well as other liturgies during the Church Year. Duties also include teaching music in the parish school and playing for the weekly school Mass. Training in the Ward Method of musical pedagogy is an advantage.

    Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and medical/dental benefits are included.

    To submit a letter of inquiry and resume, and for a complete position description, contact the pastor, Fr. Dwight Longenecker, at: frlongenecker@olrgvl.org





    Principal – (FT – Greenville)

    If your mission includes a passion for achieving life-changing results for students, and you could picture yourself leading one of the only Catholic Elementary Schools in America with a 100% high school graduation rate and a 100% college acceptance rate, and you resonate strongly with the Parish commitment of every student becoming a future Christian leader, then apply here.

    St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School in Greenville, SC (https://www.visitgreenvillesc.com/) is seeking a new principal for the 2018-19 school year. St. Anthony School was founded in 1951 to address the educational needs of a mostly minority neighborhood, and the student body is largely African-American and Baptist.

    The education provided at St. Anthony School is rigorous and academically challenging, infused with a strong Franciscan philosophy where God, faith and service are integral to the school’s culture, and all members of the school community share this vision. The school’s graduates, from its inception, have achieved a 90% graduation rate, and college acceptance, and for the last 7 years, a 100% rate…due to its high academic standards as well as the affirming, family-based culture among the school’s students, faculty, staff, parents and volunteers.

    Following a capital campaign, a $6.2million, 26,000 sq-ft school was completed in 2013, and has continued its unique mission: to educate and inspire strong Christian servant leaders for the future. St. Anthony School is populated by amazing students, faculty and staff, and enjoys exceptional parish community support (fundraising, volunteers, etc.) and a tremendous reputation among the schools in Greenville county. This translates into strong funding by people both within and outside the parish and community, but who wholeheartedly support the unique mission, as the school does not depend upon student tuition.

    The Principal will be responsible for carrying out the vision, mission and standards of St. Anthony School, as stated and set by the Parish and the Diocese of Charleston. He/she will have a wonderful opportunity to bring creativity and innovation to a school that is already doing very well; there are no ‘big issues’ to fix – only a desire to make it even stronger, and to shepherd the powerful legacy of developing successful Christian leaders who will model what they learned while at St. Anthony School in their future lives and careers.

    If participating in this powerful mission and legacy sounds like something you can and want to do, then St. Anthony School (http://www.stanthonygreenvillesc.org/)may very well be the place for you.

    Because of the nature of this particular job and the organization in which the position resides, certain ‘must have’ criteria are critical that would normally not be required as a part of a non-sectarian organization.

    Qualifications:
    1. Be a Practicing Catholic
    2. Have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Education or School Administration
    3. Experience as Principal of a Public or Private School (preferably Elementary School) and certified in South Carolina or a reciprocal state
    4. Experience as a successful classroom teacher of elementary (preferred) or middle school
    5. Ability to provide strong instructional leadership that is standards-based (in depth understanding of curriculum, instruction and assessment)
    6. Collaborative leadership style using a servant leadership approach
    7. Ability to model and promote continuous learning among faculty and staff
    8. Ability to work with diverse student, parent and teacher populations
    9. Expectation of success for all students and families
    10. Strong relationship builder of staff, faculty, volunteers and families
    11. Ability and willingness to participate in fund development activities (grant writing, presentations, networking in the geographic community, the education community and the Catholic community, etc.) that support and sustain the mission of the school
    12. MUST LOVE CHILDREN
    If you believe the mission of St. Anthony’s intersects with your calling, please apply online with a cover letter and resume. Apply here: https://smartwork.talentnest.com/en/posting/31251/location/42207

    St. Anthony School is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), an accreditation division of AdvancED.






    Diocese of Charleston (Hispanic Faith Formation Supervisor)

    Key Responsibilities

    A full-time Hispanic Ministry coordinator will be expected to assist with planning, research, and write three year curriculum for the school of Faith and adjunct instructors in Spanish using Church documents and Sacred Scripture. The coordinator is also expected to support the activities of the Director of Hispanic Ministry in advertising classes, registration, and record-keeping of students.

      Assist the Director with the following activities as assigned:
    • Planning, researching, writing adult faith formation curriculum and supporting materials in Spanish according to a sequential three year plan.
    • Teaching adult faith formation classes in Spanish at a variety of sites throughout the diocese. Although most classes are at night, some may be during regular business hours and on weekends.
    • Correspond and communicate with prospective and enrolled students by email and phone.
    • Collect registration data and payments from students, and keep careful enrollment and payment records.
    • Collaborate with pastors and with other diocesan offices in order to facilitate effective planning and use of diocesan resources.
    • Support diocesan projects as assigned.

      Required Skills and Knowledge
    • Display excellent teaching methods and have knowledge of catechetical processes, and ecclesial documents.
    • Able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of Sacred Scripture and Catholic doctrine and possesses an enthusiastic love for the Church.
    • Team worker, able to develop materials that be used by adjunct instructors.
    • Ability to work under supervision, and to display ongoing commitment to self-development and education in both theological understanding and teaching methods.
    • Ability to organize projects from general instructions.
    Education
    Requirements: Masters in Theology, Catechesis or equivalent preferred
    Language
    Requirements: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in Spanish and being able to communicate in English. Being able to communicate in English.

    Please send a letter of intention and curriculum vitae to: Gustavo Valdez, Director of Hispanic Ministry at gvaldez@catholic-doc.org
    Benefits





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