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Episcopal Moderator of Catholic Education & Superintendent of Schools
The Catholic Diocese of Columbus, Ohio
Job Responsibilities: The Catholic Diocese of Columbus, Ohio is looking for an Episcopal Moderator of Catholic Education to serve as the primary voice of the Bishop in carrying out his prophetic role as the teaching authority for the Catholic faithful enrolled in Catholic schools, Religious Education, and Youth & Young Adult Ministry in the Diocese of Columbus. The Episcopal Moderator for Education serves the critical function of advisor to the Bishop and spiritual and educational leader in the Diocese.
The Superintendent of Catholic Schools is responsible for 42 elementary and 11 high schools in the Diocese. This position works closely with the Pastors, Administrators, and individual Principals to promote the operation of a Catholic school system which reflects the highest ideals of Catholic education, meets the expectations of parents, and complies with the requirements of the state of Ohio’s Department of Education. In addition, this position serves as the administrator providing day-to-day advice and consultation on situations arising in Catholic school education. This includes, but is not limited to, providing direction and guidance on long and short term planning, budgeting and financial stewardship, educational and instructional standards, continuing formation and certification of teachers, contractual issues, staffing issues, and over site of the Central Ohio Teachers Association (COACE).
Qualifications for the position: Minimum of a Master’s degree in Educational Administration or similar content area, PhD preferred. Professional development is mandatory to remain current in best educational practices; Educator's License from the State of Ohio. Minimum of ten years of successful experience in the operation of elementary and/or secondary schools, preferably in a Catholic school system, as a principal or superintendent. Successful experience as a superintendent of schools is preferred.
The ideal applicant must be a practicing Catholic and exhibit an attitude and behavior for cultivating lifelong learning. A minimum of a Master’s degree in Educational Administration or similar content area, PhD preferred. Professional development is mandatory to remain current in best educational practices; Educator's License from the State of Ohio. A minimum of ten years of successful experience in the operation of elementary and/or secondary schools, preferably in a Catholic school system, as a principal or superintendent. Successful experience as a superintendent of schools is preferred.
Passing a background screening and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course are mandatory. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. All benefits are according to Diocesan policy.
Endow, Denver CO
Endow wants you!
- Like to travel?
- Love meeting new people?
- Enjoy public speaking?
- Have several years' experience in Public Relations and/or Sales Management?
Are you a:
- High energy,
- High achieving,
- Team player?
Are you in love with the Catholic Church and inspired by her teachings on the feminine genius?
Would you like to use your gifts, skills, creativity, and talents to help women and girls come to know the joy, freedom, and dignity that come from living out their authentic femininity in Christ?
If so, we'd like to talk with you about an opportunity to join Endow (Educating on the Nature and Dignity of Women) as a full-time, salaried member of our leadership team in Denver, Colorado.
We are in need of an experienced professional to lead a dedicated team whose primary responsibility is to introduce new women and girls to the life-giving message of Endow through the formation of new study groups.
The World Over Segment Producer/Booker
Eternal Word Television Network
THE WORLD OVER SEGMENT PRODUCER/ BOOKER: A motivated, sharp thinker who can work with the Executive and Senior Producers to frame segments and shape the content of the overall show. They should have strong news judgement, an understanding of the EWTN audience, and superior communication skills.
This producer would be responsible for:
- Booking top flight culture and news makers for the weekly program.
- Search out original research and assemble packets for guest segments. Each packet includes: a basic guest bio, guest's point of view, data pertinent to the discussion, and any articles that shed light on a particular topic to be raised.
- Pulling video for segment roll-ins that would further the conversation or raise key questions.
- Alerting Senior Producer to upcoming events, press conferences, and symposia that might make for compelling segments.
TV Programming Manager
Eternal Word Television Network
TV Programming Manager – Manage and oversee programming of multi-channel TV Network. Assist in planning program schedules and decide on lineup change, programming rotations and special event placement. Manage Program Scheduling Staff.
Religious Education and Adult Faith Formation
Catholic Parishes of Meadville PA
Two Positions: Religious Education and Adult Faith Formation
The Catholic parishes of Meadville, PA are creating an Office of Evangelization and Faith Formation consisting of a team of two full time positions. The first position, focusing on youth, directs the religious education for Pre‐K to Confirmation. The other position, focusing on adults, directs young‐adult outreach and adult formation. Education: BA in religious education or related training with higher degrees being viewed favorably. Experience is essential.
Coordinator of Program Acquisitions and Co-Productions
EWTN Global Catholic Network, Irondale AL
GENERAL SUMMARY: Assists in the acquisition and co-production of television programming (appropriate for EWTN's domestic and international audiences) with television producers, distributors, and related groups worldwide.
Negotiation of broadcast licensing rights for the acquisition and renewal of programming with television producers, channels, and distributors worldwide.
Development of original ideas and co-production agreements with television producers and channels worldwide in order to create new programming.
Updating and maintenance of the SIMS program management system.
Implements EWTN's internal procedures for the review, editing, and processing of all acquired, renewed, and co-produced programming among the Accounting, Home Video, Programming, Promotions, Radio, Theology, and Traffic departments.
Regular and prompt attendance
Bachelor's degree or 5 years experience in an appropriate field
Above average oral and written communications skills in the English language.
Demonstrated understanding of the Catholic Faith, the Magisterium, and how they relate to the programming goals of the Network
Proficient oral and written communication skills in the Spanish language preferred.
Very strong organizational skills.
Keen sense of detail
Ability to work well with others as well as alone, and capable of following directions.
Above average computer and internet skills
Ability to carry and move heavy items to a remote location
Some travel required
St. Benedict Elementary, Boston MA
A Classical Education
St. Benedict Elementary, an independent K-6 school in the classical Catholic tradition located 30 minutes west of Boston, is seeking to build its talented faculty for the 2014-15 academic year. Celebrating its inauguration in September 2013, SBE strives to cultivate intellectual and moral virtue in the pursuit of academic excellence, in a joyful and faithful Catholic environment. Visit www.stbenedictelementary.com to learn about our distinctive mission.
EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell
EWTN Global Catholic Network, Washington DC
Starting this fall, EWTN Global Catholic Television Network will launch its first-ever daily news program, “EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell.” The program will be broadcast live from the network’s new studios near Capitol Hill, offering viewers across the English-speaking world a blend of news bulletin and news analysis from a Catholic perspective. We are seeking experienced journalists for the following positions:
Senior Producer: The Senior Producer will run the day-to-day operations of the newscast, working closely with the Executive Producer/Anchor to determine coverage priorities, story ideas and the show rundown. The Senior Producer will then guide the each news program from the concept phase to completion, supervising reporters and photojournalists in their work, supervising the creation of news packages and selection of news briefs, coordinating with the show director to ensure all technical elements of the day’s show are in place and keeping the Executive Producer/Anchor apprised through the day about how the show is shaping up. The successful candidate must have significant experience as a broadcast producer, superior organization skills, strong leadership ability and a willingness to work closely with the Executive Producer/Anchor on a program with a unique editorial mission. He or she must also have high journalistic standards and a passion for professional excellence. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Assignment Editor: The Assignment Editor will coordinate news coverage, pairing reporters with photojournalists and helping to plan and develop news stories and features on tight deadlines. He or she will also preside over the news desk, fielding news tips, sifting through press releases in search of viable stories and taking the lead in coordination of news coverage for major events that require the participation of the entire news team. The Assignment Editor will also provide support to producers and reporters in the field. The successful candidate must have several years of newsroom experience, preferably in a broadcast environment, along with superior news judgment, a strong work ethic, solid organizational skills and leadership ability. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.
News Briefing Producer: The News Briefing Producer will serve as point person for the anchor, working directly with her to prepare background briefings on the day’s stories and guests, pre-interviewing commentators to elicit the details and arguments that make for lively, informative, on-air discussions and debates, and helping to write and edit news briefs and lead-ins. Candidates must have excellent writing, editing and critical thinking skills, sound news judgment and journalistic instincts, and a knack for grasping both a story’s big picture and the telling details and unusual angles that make for memorable TV discussions and debates. Keen attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to factual accuracy and fairness are crucial in this position. Strong knowledge of Catholicism and the Catholic Church would be helpful. Both print and broadcast journalists will be considered, with preference given to those who have writing or editing experience in a newsroom or similar environment. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Copy Editor: The Copy Editor will review and ensure the factual accuracy of all copy and graphics used in the newscast, including news briefs and bulletins, lead-ins and packages. A background in copy editing and at least three to five years of editing experience in a newsroom or similar environment is a must, as well as familiarity with professional journalistic standards of fact-checking. Solid knowledge of current events, keen attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to factual accuracy and fairness are crucial in this position. Strong knowledge of Catholicism and the Catholic Church would be helpful. Both print and broadcast journalists will be considered, with preference given to those who have substantial experience writing or editing in a newsroom or similar environment. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Reporter: Reporters will cover stories across the Washington, D.C., area and, occasionally, beyond. Reporters will do a mix of enterprise reporting and spot news coverage with an eye toward uncovering interesting stories and fresh angles that hold special interest for viewers of a newscast with a Catholic perspective. Sound news judgment, a strong work ethic and proven broadcast reporting skills are a must, along with a knack for storytelling and solid knowledge of current affairs. Strong knowledge of Catholicism and the Catholic Church would be helpful. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Photojournalist: Photojournalists are responsible for newscast photography and shooting and editing general assignment news in a multi-media newsroom. The successful candidate must have a knack and passion for good lighting, be tech-savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of the medium and be a safe driver with a valid driver’s license and the ability to work flexible hours. Experience with live shots is preferred, as well as experience in Avid or a comparable professional computer-based editing system and multiple tape formats. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.