Experienced government relations professional needed to help advocate the Catholic perspective on social concerns issues at the State Capitol in Harrisburg and beyond. Candidate must have strong knowledge of the workings of state government and issues surrounding human services, respect for life, and Church teaching on social justice.
A successful candidate should have bachelor’s degree or equivalent in political science, public administration, communications, or liberal arts. Master’s degree is desirable. Experience and familiarity with the workings of state government is essential.
Sacred Heart School in Bellevue is seeking a full-time fifth grade teacher to join our educational team. This is a self-contained classroom with the following exceptions: art, music, Spanish and P.E. are taught by specialists. Sacred Heart School has two fifth grade teachers who actively plan together and work in concert with a full-time instructional aide. The ideal candidate will be an active, faith-filled Catholic who possess a Washington State teaching certification and has two or more years of teaching experience. Applicants should be passionate about Catholic education, interested in working as part of a fifth grade and intermediate team, be comfortable using educational technology in your instruction, able to differentiate instruction, and make regular use of formal and informal assessments as an integral part of your curriculum planning and instruction
Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs
Saint Mary’s College, a Catholic women’s college of national standing in the liberal arts tradition, is seeking its next Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. The Provost will lead the faculty as well as curricular and co-curricular support units in developing and implementing strategic initiatives involving undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs. The College seeks a visionary leader who promotes excellence, diversity and inclusion, pedagogical innovation, undergraduate research, internationalization, career and internship development, and an entrepreneurial spirit. The ideal candidate will seek opportunities to partner with other institutions and to explore and expand online and adult education. The new Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs is expected to take office no later than July 1, 2019.
Saint Mary’s is a welcoming community of approximately 1,700 students, talented professors, and dedicated staff. Intimate classes averaging 18 students each encourage close, meaningful relationships among students as well as between students and faculty. In addition to offering strong undergraduate programs, in 2015 the College introduced graduate programs, enrolling both men and women in data science, speech language pathology, and nursing practice. A new Master of Autism Studies will begin in the summer of 2019.
Saint Mary’s sits on a beautiful 140-acre campus, along the Saint Joseph River in Notre Dame, Indiana. Located just minutes from historic downtown South Bend, Saint Mary’s is nestled within the South Bend-metropolitan area, a multicultural region of 500,000 that is the economic, cultural, and transportation hub of northern Indiana.
The Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of Saint Mary’s. Reporting directly to President Janice Cervelli, the Provost serves on her Cabinet and as the chief executive officer and spokesperson in the President’s absence. The Provost also serves on the College Budget Committee, as liaison to the Board of Trustees Academic Affairs Committee and as secretary of the Academic Affairs Council, which s/he chairs in the President’s absence.
All College policies, practices, and procedures are administered in a manner consistent with our Catholic identity. With the foregoing understanding, Saint Mary’s will not engage in discrimination based on sex, race, color, national origin, religion (except where religion is a bona fide occupational qualification), age, disability, citizenship status, genetic information, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Based on our Catholic values, the College also prohibits discrimination based on sexual or political orientation.
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The College is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Applications should consist of the following:
• Substantive cover letter addressing the leadership agenda, qualifications and attributes listed in the position profile;
• Curriculum vitae;
• 500-word statement articulating the candidate’s capacity to support the College’s commitment to a diverse and inclusive community working together to fulfill the mission of the College, which promotes a life of intellectual vigor, aesthetic appreciation, religious sensibility and social responsibility;
• List of five professional references with full contact information and a note indicating the nature of your working relationship with each. References will not be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate.
Applications, nominations, and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to SaintMarysProvost@academic-search.com. The position is open until filled but only applications received by September 20, 2018, can be assured full consideration. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting Andrea Warren Hamos at email@example.com or Andrea Cowsert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have the vision, skills and entrepreneurial drive to lead a new school that follows a proven model for success? Would you like your legacy to be one that helps children move out of poverty through education and work? Are you Catholic?
The Founding President of Cristo Rey San Diego High School will have the opportunity to be a game changer, really a life changer, for hundreds of children growing up in poverty in San Diego. The President will lead the planning and development needed to open the school in August 2020, and then will lead the school to full enrollment of 500+ students in grades 9 – 12. Cristo Rey San Diego will be one of more than 35 schools that comprise the Cristo Rey Network. The President will be the Chief Executive Officer, serving as the leader and outward face of the school. A school principal will be responsible for academic leadership.
The President will hire and lead the school’s management team and will work with a Board of engaged community leaders to gain individual and corporate support for the school. He or she will be the outward face of the school and have ultimate responsibility for all school operations. As Chief Executive Officer, the President leads Cristo Rey San Diego High School to achieve its mission as a member of the national Cristo Rey Network.
The President (as CEO of the school) is hired by and accountable to the Cristo Rey San Diego High School Board of Directors. The President has overall responsibility for the management of Cristo Rey San Diego High School. The President will lead the school in development, implementation, maintenance, and monitoring of an exceptional program that supports and promotes the school’s mission and values with special emphasis on the religious and spiritual orientation of the school.
The President will be the school’s visionary leader and principal institutional spokesperson to all of the school’s constituents. The President leads and directs the school’s administrative team to accomplish stated goals to achieve the mission.
Learn more at www.cristoreysandiego.org.
If you have the requested background and a passion for the mission of this school, we invite you to apply. Please e-mail your resumé and cover letter to Maria Moodie, at email@example.com. In addition, include a statement of your educational beliefs and your vision for Cristo Rey San Diego High School. Deadline to apply: September 1, 2018.
REPORTS TO: Managing Editor
DEPARTMENT::National Catholic Register
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Assistant News Editor is responsible for monitoring the news and generating story ideas, taking stories pitched by editors and writers, and once approved, assigning the stories to staff writers or freelancers as appropriate. Tracks the assignment to completion and serves as the editor responsible for getting the story to print/online in a timely manner.
Monitors national, international and Vatican news, receives story pitches, press releases and statements, and generates story ideas.
Collaborates with the editorial team to research and plan new articles.
Assigns articles to writers in consultation with the editorial team.
Coordinates with writers to successfully provide scope of articles, identify possible sources, establish word count and deadlines using the assignment sheet.
Tracks assignments from assignment date through to publication date, using proper workflow applications.
Acts as the primary news editor for stories he/she assigns and as secondary editor for other articles as requested.
Performs fact checks and implements Register, AP and CNS editorial style to articles.
Meets assigned deadlines and keeps within given budget.
Participates in daily and weekly editorial conference calls, providing insights into potential news coverage, story angles, and updating editors on assignments.
Assists in posting news stories to the web and social media, as assigned.
Synthesizes news articles from multiple pieces, or rewrites stories as directed.
Proofreads and checks articles for accuracy.
Performs other duties, as assigned.
Minimum 5-7 years of experience in editorial field.
Extensive knowledge of and faithful practice of Roman Catholic faith.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment by prioritizing deadlines and meeting the demands so written copy is always accurate and original.
Strong critical thinking, editing, writing and proofreading skills.
Experience with MS Office, InDesign, Content Management Systems or other publishing tools.
Familiarity with search engine optimization, Google analytics and social media platforms.
Demonstrated ability to be a team leader, build relationships and communicate effectively with internal staff, writers/bloggers so as to achieve the team goals, namely timely and accurate content.
Excellence in English grammar.
Strong collaboration skills and ability to meet and hold others accountable for deadlines.
Ability to find quick solutions to problems.
Flexibility on hours as necessary to meet deadlines.
Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, or a related field of study