The Sister Thea Bowman Foundation seeks an Executive Director who is an experienced fundraiser-administrator to direct its Chicago office. Must be a person of vision with non-profit experience and a knowledge of Catholic higher education, the Catholic intellectual tradition and the African American intellectual tradition. Individual must be faith-filled and one who exhibits an ability to work with, advise and mentor African American college students.
If interested, please find a complete job description at theabowmanfoundation.org. All resumes should be sent to email@example.com. Review of applications is ongoing.
Catholic Extension seeks candidates for the position of Director of Development for the Northern California and Pacific Northwest Region. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Development, the Director of Development will join a 25-person Development Department, which includes eight gift officers who focus on major and planned giving and are each responsible for a geographic region of the country. Ideally, the Director of Development for the Northern California and Pacific Northwest Region will be based in a new regional office for Catholic Extension in the San Francisco Bay Area. However, Catholic Extension is interested in identifying the best candidates and will selectively consider other Northern California and Pacific Northwest locations for the base of operations.
Required qualifications and experience: commitment to and passion for the mission of Catholic Extension; commitment to and understanding of the mission and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church; bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree and fundraising certification preferred; minimum of eight years of post-college work experience and at least six years of frontline major gifts fundraising experience, with proficiency working with gifts of five-figures and above (or equivalent combinations) from both defined and undefined constituencies, including cultivation through closing and stewardship; experience managing a fundraising territory for a mid to large-size nonprofit organization is preferred; demonstrated ability to think strategically about moving individuals across the spectrum of prospect development, culminating in significant solicitations appropriate to the donor as well as organizational priorities; for the Director of Development for the Northern California and Pacific Northwest Region, knowledge of the players, strategies, and trends in giving within the major philanthropic communities throughout Northern California and the Pacific Northwest, and a preference for demonstrated fundraising success therein; ability to extract and analyze data to make effective, efficient decisions about donor strategy and process; experience identifying, nurturing, and motivating volunteers, and an appreciation for their role in building an effective fundraising network; ability to travel up to 25 percent of the time.
Catholic Extension has retained Diversified Search to assist in this confidential search processes. Inquiries, nominations, and applications (current resumes and cover letters) should be directed electronically to:
Gerard F. Cattie, Jr.
Founder and Practice Leader – Development & Philanthropy
The Chrysler Building, 405 Lexington Avenue, 49th Floor, New York, NY 10174
firstname.lastname@example.org | 212.542.2587
Iona College, a private, comprehensive Catholic college founded in 1940 by the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers will celebrate its 80th year in 2020. With a diverse and welcoming community, Iona invites applications and nominations for the position of College President.
The Ninth President of Iona College will join an institution on the rise: the launch of the Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation; groundbreaking for the new LaPenta School of Business; development of new academic programs; growth of the endowment to nearly $150 million; and funding for newly endowed positions.
Located on a charming, nearly 45-acre campus approximately five miles north of New York City in suburban Westchester County, New York, Iona offers nearly 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students an intimate academic environment, dedicated faculty, and the experience of a Division I athletics program. Iona offers nearly 50 undergraduate programs, more than 30 minors, and over 40 graduate programs. Its enhanced academic standing is evident from the many national accreditations the College has earned in business, computer science, education, mass communication, school psychology (graduate), marriage and family therapy (graduate), chemistry, and social work, making Iona a highly accredited college.
Iona’s next President will possess a record of success in guiding a complex organization through implementing strategies that lead to progress and change, managing within financial constraints, working to promote the College’s mission, and simultaneously recognizing opportunities for growth and investment. The next President should also be: innovative and entrepreneurial; forward-thinking, balanced by an appreciation for history and tradition; outgoing and engaging, with a keen intellect; creative and constructive; imaginative and innovative; and able to convey a sense of purpose, passion, and humility.
The desired candidate must have the ability to live the mission and embrace the traditions of the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers, which embody opportunity, justice, and the liberating power of education. Additionally, the candidate will demonstrate dignity and respect through generosity of spirit and be passionate and enthusiastic about educating future generations.
For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications by Monday, April 1, 2019, to:
Shelly Weiss Storbeck, Managing Partner
Tammarah Townes, Managing Associate
Mark Halligan, Associate
Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, LLC
For more information, please visit the Iona College Presidential Search page at www.iona.edu/presidentialsearch
Iona College is committed to attracting and supporting a staff and faculty of women and men that fully represents the racial, ethnic and cultural diversity of the nation and our institution; as a result, we actively seek applications from individuals of all backgrounds and beliefs.
The Diocese of El Paso seeks a forward-thinking, innovative leader who is interested in leading the transformation of curriculum and instructional delivery with a holistic, 21st Century, faith-based foundation and collaborative approach. We are looking for the candidate who is able to help boost the schools’ efficacy in management and governance through an integrated model that allows for continuous improvement in changing conditions. The ideal candidate should have a proven record of achievement as a change agent, an understanding and appreciation of enrollment and development activities, excellent communication skills, creative problem-solving skills, and the ability to motivate and bring out the best in others. The Superintendent serves almost 3,000 students enrolled in three high schools and eight elementary schools in a vibrant, friendly U.S./Mexico border community. The application period runs from March 1 to April 30, or until sufficient interest is reached. The target start date is July 1, 2019.
• Joyfully practicing Catholic in full communion with the Catholic Church
• Advanced degree in educational administration, educational leadership, or other appropriate discipline
• Significant teaching and administrative experience in Catholic schools
• Excellent communication, management, organizational, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills
• Sensitivity to diverse backgrounds and abilities
• Ability to communicate in Spanish; if not, willingness to learn
• Application may be found at www.elpasodiocese.org/jobs and consists of:
o Administrator Reference Forms
o Superintendent Candidate Criteria Response Form
o Transcript Request Form
• Email inquiries and completed forms and documents to: email@example.com with “Superintendent Search” in the subject line
• Or mail completed forms and documents to:
Scott Butler, School Board Member
Superintendent Search Committee
841 Cloudburst Drive
El Paso, Texas 79912
El Centinela, an award-winning publication, is the official Spanish language newspaper of the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon. The editor of El Centinela is first of all a storyteller who writes, takes photos and produces videos of Catholics and Catholic life in western Oregon. The editor must be able to design and layout compelling news pages. The website requires daily updates.
Oregon Catholic Press (OCP), a highly successful publisher of worship aids and liturgical music is seeking this full time bilingual editor to join the team at this not-for-profit mission-driven company. OCP offers an excellent work environment with great work/life balance, easy access to public transportation and industry-leading benefits.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES:
• Create 12 to 20 pages each month.
• Call parishes to seek news.
• Attend church and community events.
• Write and assign articles, including one opinion piece per month.
• Supervise one part-time employee.
• Take pictures and coordinate other graphic content of the publication.
• Design, lay out and edit every page with good proofreading skills in Spanish. We use InDesign.
• Update the El Centinela website and social media daily.
• Write and speak English and Spanish fluently
• Bachelor's degree in journalism, communications, English, Spanish or related field
• Must be a practicing Catholic and have a solid understanding of faith and liturgy
• Minimum of five years reporting for a publication or working in similar media
• Thorough knowledge of English and Spanish spelling, punctuation and grammar
• Good organizational skills
• Knowledge of InDesign page layout
• Occasional travel to locations both within and outside of Portland
• Occasional work on weekends / after hours
• Excellent medical/prescription, vision and dental insurance
• Flexible Spending Accounts for medical, commuting and dependent care
• Generous retirement plan with match and regular company contributions
• Generous Paid Time Off plus 10 paid holidays
• Paid Disability leave
• Employee recognition & reward programs
• Complimentary products
• Professional development opportunities, including tuition reimbursement
• Free Parking & Alternative Commuter program
• And much more!
OCP is an affirmative action employer providing equal opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, disabled individuals and other protected groups.
To Apply: Go to www.ocp.org/careers and select the position you are applying for and follow the prompts to complete the application process.