• Current Positions

University Minister, Coordinator of Social Justice Formation
Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois

Description
University Ministry at Lewis University invites applications for a full-time University Minister, Coordinator of Social Justice Formation to develop and support programs that encourage students to live and understand social justice from a Catholic perspective. University Ministry, in harmony with Lewis' Catholic and Lasallian identity, embraces and nurtures enlightened religious experience within our community. University Ministry's primary focus is to be a sign and instrument of the Gospel. We seek to light our students' hearts on fire for God's Kingdom valuing faith, service and community. For additional information on Lewis as an institution, please see our website at http://www.lewisu.edu.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead pilgrimages to locations significant to the movement for social justice during breaks and in May.
  • Organize the Catalyst Social Justice Team and Retreat.
  • Moderate a chapter of Catholic Relief Services or another organization that promotes social justice.
  • Write an annual Social Justice Education plan for the next 2-4 years.
  • Collect data on students involved with social justice education for program development and institutional reporting.
  • Serve on a Diocesan Committee related to Social Justice.
  • Lead a faith sharing group.
  • Participate in Sunday liturgies, weekly staff meetings, Visit Day and Open House Days.
  • Provide guidance in pastoral conversations with students and staff.
  • Serve as a pastoral presence in residence halls and common areas.

Requirements
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must have expertise in Catholic social teaching and knowledge of organizations which work for justice.
  • Must have a demonstrated ability to energize and organize students to work for social justice and to design programs in such a way so as to develop students’ Christian faith.
  • Possess organizational and project management skills.
  • Must have the ability to effectively work independently and as part of a team.
  • Must have outstanding oral and written communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree (required) or Master’s degree (highly preferred) related to pastoral ministry (theology, pastoral studies, religious education, divinity).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Grant writing experience.

Application
How to apply: For a full description and to apply visit: https://jobs.lewisu.edu/postings/2232.

Inspired by the University’s Mission values of Wisdom, Knowledge, Justice, Fidelity and Association, the Lewis Community declares that Lewis is a Sanctified Zone where people are committed to working to end racism, bias and prejudice by valuing diversity in a safe and nurturing environment. Lewis University, sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to diversity. Applicants of a diverse background are highly encouraged to apply, however applications will only be accepted from individuals currently authorized to work on a full-time basis in the United States.


Triad Area Campus Minister - Diocese of Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina

Description
The Diocese of Charlotte seeks a full-time entry level Campus Minister for the Triad Area. The Campus Minister works collaboratively with the Diocesan Director of Campus Ministry and Campus Ministers throughout the Diocese. The primary responsibility of the Campus Minister is to implement the Bishop’s Pastoral “Empowered by the Spirit”, the catechetical framework to name a few. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to maintaining the finances and fundraising for Campus Ministry. As a member of the Diocesan Campus Ministry team the Campus Minister is expected to participate in diocesan Campus Ministry meetings and promote Campus Ministry events.  

Requirements

  • Practicing Catholic in good standing with the church.
  • MA in Theology, Pastoral Ministry or Religious Studies preferred.
  • The ability to be a daily minister of presence to the college students with an open ear and heart as they journey through their Catholic faith.
  • Flexible schedule includes nights and weekend responsibilities.

Application
Please email cover letter, resume and references to the Assistant to Director for Campus Ministry, Kay Jordan wkjordan@charlottediocese.org. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. For more information or questions contact Kay at 704.370.3234.


Lay Campus Minister - University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Description
The University of Virginia’s Catholic Student Ministry is seeking a Lay Campus Minister to serve the University of Virginia community. The University of Virginia is a public institution of higher education located in Charlottesville, VA, with an enrollment of over 16,000 undergraduate students. The Catholic Student Ministry is under the leadership of Saint Thomas Aquinas University Parish staffed by Dominican Friars of the Province of Saint Joseph. The Lay Campus Minister is responsible for working alongside the Dominican priest-chaplain and FOCUS missionaries in the development, implementation, and direction of a comprehensive campus ministry program for the undergraduate students of UVA. Furthermore, these responsibilities would include supervising student leaders, overseeing financial accounts, being the liaison between the students and staff of the parish, pastorally responding to student needs, overseeing development efforts, building interfaith relationships among the other campus ministries at UVA, and supervising student programs and activities.

Requirements
Qualifications: Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required with a master’s degree preferred (in a relevant field). 3-5 years of prior experience in pastoral work, preferably campus ministry. This is a full-time exempt position on a salary basis. Salary is commensurate with experience and diocesan pay scale.

Application
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and Diocesan Application to Sara Board, HR Coordinator, at jobs@richmonddiocese.org.


Chaplain/Director of Campus Ministry - Mount Saint Mary College,
Newburgh, New York

Description
Mount Saint Mary College, a private, Catholic, liberal arts school in the Dominican tradition, seeks a Roman Catholic priest for the full-time (12 month) position of Chaplain/Director of Campus Ministry to serve the spiritual needs of the campus community primarily through presence on campus, liturgy, pastoral counseling, and administrative roles. He will supervise the Assistant Director of Campus Ministry and will report to the college’s Vice President for Students.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Weekly meetings with assistant Director
  • Monthly meetings with Vice President for Students
  • Monthly Meetings College Coordinating Committee
  • Daily/Sunday Mass
  • Weekly confession
  • Various invocations/benedictions at campus events
  • Oversee the RCIA process for students
  • Departmental budget and purchasing
  • Employee evaluation
  • Sacramental records
  • Pastoral Counseling
  • Direct regular service opportunities through the office of Campus Ministry
  • Institutional Mission training for employees and some student leaders
  • Participate in the Catholic and Dominican Institute Advisory Board

Requirements

  • Roman Catholic priest in good standing with his diocese or religious order
  • Some experience in Campus Ministry or Young Adult ministry preferred

Application
Please apply and provide resume and cover letter via the Mount Saint Mary College website at http://www.msmc.edu/employment.


Campus Minister - Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island

Description
We are currently seeking a full time Campus Minister to serve the Brown University campus. This individual will work in collaboration with the Brown Chaplain for the overall coordination and facilitation of campus ministry efforts on the campus. The Campus Minister encourages growth of personal faith among the campus community through direct interaction with students. This person also plans and coordinates all aspects of student programming, faith formation initiatives, service projects, and service trips. The Campus Minister participates in teaching the RCIA program, and coordinates the efforts of student leaders within campus ministry. Also performs fundraising duties to support the works of the department, and maintains weekly office hours. The schedule for this position is flexible, and includes some evenings and weekends, including every Sunday.

Requirements
The ideal candidate will have a college degree and 3-5 years of experience in a ministry-related field. The Campus Minister must possess excellent time management and organizational skills, and have an outgoing and approachable personality that is relatable to the young adult college community. Must exhibit a dedication to the mission of the Church, and be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.

Application
Interested candidates should apply to: Brown University Campus Ministry, Attn. Rev. Albert Duggan, O.P. Box 1931 Providence, RI 02912. Email: albert_duggan@brown.edu.


Associate Campus Minister for Women's Ministry/Associate Campus Minister for Men's Ministry - The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC

Description
The Office of Campus Ministry at The Catholic University of America has two full-time Associate Campus Minister positions open:

Associate Campus Minister for Women’s Ministry

Associate Campus Minister for Men’s Ministry

The Associate Campus Minister (s) for Women and Men’s Ministry are responsible for ministering directly to the spiritual needs of students. The campus minister(s) establishes residential and campus-wide programming, coordinates and facilitates women’s/men’s retreats, works withathletic teams, collaborates with student groups and other departments, and meets one on one with women/men in order to establish a relational ministry that helps students to encounter Christ and deepen their love for the Church.

The Associate Campus Ministers are part of a collaborative and supportive Pastoral team that helps meet the spiritual needs to a vibrant faith community on campus. 

Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of two (2) to five (5) years’ comparable pastoral practice.
  • Prior work experience in campus ministry is strongly preferred.
  • Must be active in the practice of Catholic Faith.
  • Possession of current and valid U.S. driver’s license appropriate to the type of university vehicle and an acceptable Motor Vehicle Driving Record (MVR) as stipulated in the Vehicle Guidelines and Procedures Manual administered through the office of Environmental Health and Safety. Annual clearance of MVR check through the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
  • Must possess appropriate knowledge and understanding of women’s/men's issues in order to create and support programs in the practice of their faith.
  • Ability to implement change and enhance existing programs, build strong working relationships with student leaders.
  • Be a self-starter and self-motivator; team player with highly effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience with Microsoft Word and Outlook.

Application
To apply and for full position descriptions, visit: http://humanresources.cua.edu/positions/current.cfm.


Chaplain - Marian University
Indianapolis, Indiana

Description
Marian University seeks a Roman Catholic priest to serve as Chaplain in the Department of Campus Ministry. The Chaplain will work closely with the Campus Ministry staff and student leaders to create and promote sacramental liturgies and other prayer services that build up the Church at Marian University. The Chaplain will be a key leader in providing a dynamic environment for the exploration of faith and calling at Marian University. In 2002 the university was awarded a two million dollar grant by Lilly Endowment, Inc. for the creation of the Rebuild My Church initiative which invigorated the exploration of our Catholic Franciscan heritage throughout the university. As a part of Rebuild My Church, Marian University provides the intellectual formation for over forty seminarians enrolled at Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary, and created the San Damiano Scholars Program for Church Leadership. This highly regarded, unique program provides formation for over 120 students discerning a vocation of lay ministry. In 2017, Marian University will welcome the inaugural class of the new program for Graduate Studies in Theology. Located within 10 minutes of downtown Indianapolis, Marian University is one of the nation’s preeminent Catholic institutions of higher learning, and ranks in the Top 25 of US News & World Report’s list of Midwest Region colleges, as well as Money magazine’s list of Top 10 schools in Indiana “For Your Money”. Marian University was founded in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana, and the Franciscan Values that the Sisters ingrained into the university’s culture are still prevalent today. The university has experienced tremendous growth in the past 15 years under the leadership of President Daniel J. Elsener.

Requirements

  • Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of Marian University.
  • Roman Catholic priest.
  • Faculties (or the ability to attain faculties) as a priest in the Archdioceses of Indianapolis.
  • Master’s degree in ministry, theology, or equivalent.
  • Experience supervising professional staff.
  • Record of excellent leadership.
  • Highly collaborative and empowering work style.
  • Experience in working with students of diverse cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of the Franciscan charism and tradition.
  • Full knowledge and understanding of the following Church documents as they related to execution of the duties assigned this position:
  • Sacrosanctum Concillium
  • General Instruction of the Roman Missal
  • Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
  • Ex Corde Ecclesiae
  • Competency in Microsoft Office software.
  • Experience in budget management
  • Fluency in Spanish is preferred.

Application
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications require a cover letter, current resume, and names and addresses of three current references. Only complete applications should be submitted to hr@marian.edu. No phone calls please. Marian University is an EOE


Director of Campus Ministry - St. Mary’s Catholic Center, Texas A&M, College Station, Texas

About the Parish
St. Mary’s Catholic Center is one of the largest Catholic Campus Ministry centers in the country serving approximately 17,000 college students from Texas A&M University and Blinn College. Our mission is to form apostles for the Church and the world, forming missionary disciples sent out to share Christ with others. We strive to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through worship, compelling formation, service, community, discipleship, and stewardship. asdf

Description
St. Mary’s Catholic Center is a thriving university parish serving the students, faculty, and staff of Texas A&M and Blinn College. We have an opening for a full-time Director of Campus Ministry. We are looking for someone who is in love with their Catholic faith, has a passion for engaging young adults in the New Evangelization, and is willing to begin each day of work in Eucharistic Adoration. We are seeking someone who can passionately lead a large team of professional ministry staff, direct both staff and students in the formation of intentional disciples, and share the faith in a way that is innovative, dynamic, orthodox, and relevant to young adults. The candidate must have excellent leadership skills, be well-organized, have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with diverse staff, students, and volunteers.

The responsibilities will include: overseeing the day to day operations of pastoral ministry, coordinating a professional ministry staff, and implementing the mission, goals, and vision of the center. The position reports directly to the pastor.

Requirements
A Masters degree in Theology and at least three years ministry experience are required for this position. Experience in campus ministry or young adult ministry is preferred.  

Application
Resumes and cover letters should be sent to Pastor Fr. Brian McMaster, bmcmaster@aggiecatholic.org. Visit the ministry website at www.aggiecatholic.org.


Coordinator of Communications, Technology and Alumni Relations - University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri

Description
The Coordinator of Communications, Technology & Alumni Relations will lead the design, marketing, and communication efforts for the parish and its various constituent groups. The coordinator will oversee and have direct responsibility for both internal and external communications efforts – actively seeking to foster the church’s mission and craft a positive image of St. Thomas More Newman Center and Parish to the community. They will oversee all parish communications: the website, newsletters, social media, and weekly bulletin.

Requirements
General Skills

  • Excellent written/oral communication skills.
  • A demonstrated ability to effectively use graphic design principles, typography and photography to produce quality communication products.
  • Understanding of marketing and mass communication utilizing current media.
  • The ability to work in a multi-generational setting.

Technical Skills

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs, especially Word and PowerPoint.
  • Proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign).
  • Proficient with website content management systems, preferably WordPress.
  • Proficient in social media outlets, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Proficient with Google Apps (Drive, Docs, Calendar, Gmail).
  • Willingness to learn new communications technology and skills to maintain efficiency and relevance.
  • Proficient in printing and publication processes, particularly the differing needs across media (web vs. print).

Qualifications

  • Active Catholic Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent relevant education and experience).
  • Proficiency in graphic design/desktop publishing, advertising and marketing techniques, and current communication technologies.
  • Experience working in a church or non-profit environment is highly desirable.

Application
Please send your cover letter, resume and a sample of your work (or link to online portfolio) by May 4, 2017 to Fr. Rich Litzau, Pastor, at rlitzop@comonewman.org.


Director of Campus Ministry - St. John Paul II Newman Center at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC), Chicago, Illinois

Description
The Director of Campus Ministry oversees the planning and implementation of programs including but not limited to social and fellowship programs, service and social justice initiatives, spiritual development and faith formation, education and catechesis events, and leadership development. The role includes mentorship of student leaders and ministry of presence. The job also includes outreach, communication and marketing through the use of Constant Contact email program, social media, and university-sponsored outreach events.

Specific Duties

  • Advise registered student organizations such as the Newman Catholic Student Organization, the UIC Students For Life and other registered student organizations should they be formed.
  • Form student leaders who are equipped to evangelize the campus with the help of the Reach More Program and Evangelical Catholic.
  • Direct the Small Groups program and Peer Mentorship program.
  • Oversee the planning and implementation of large group social/fellowship events.
  • Coordinate the planning and implementation of service projects and social justice campaigns.
  • Work with students and staff in the planning and implementation of student retreats.
  • Participate in the Religious Workers Association and other Inter-religious events and initiatives.
  • Network and collaborate with University personnel.
  • Oversee the RCIA program.

Requirements

  • Masters degree in Theology or related discipline.
  • Three to five years experience preferred.
  • Candidates must be practicing Catholics committed to upholding the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Job requires flexible hours including some evening and weekend hours.

Application
To apply, contact Fr. Patrick Marshall at fr.patrickmarshall@jp2newman.org.


Campus Minister - St. Joseph University Parish - University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York

Description
St. Joseph University Parish, a vibrant faith community with a post-Vatican II vision of Church, located in Buffalo, NY, invites applications for the full-time, 12-month position of Campus Minister to serve the SUNY at Buffalo (UB) South Campus community. This parish-based campus ministry, working in conjunction with the Newman Center at the SUNY at Buffalo (UB) North Campus, provides for the Sacramental, pastoral, and spiritual care to the 30,000 UB students and the larger University at Buffalo community.

A pioneer in parish-based campus ministry recognized by the Catholic Campus Ministry Association’s “Parish-Based Campus Ministry: A Handbook for Pastoral Leaders”, St. Joseph University Parish currently participates in a national 10-parish cohort learning community sponsored by Parish Catalyst focusing on forming effective Millennial Discipleship. As part of the parish staff and working in conjunction with the Pastor and other Campus Ministers, the Campus Minister offers an energetic and welcoming pastoral outreach to collegians and serves their spiritual formation through developing and animating effective programming, fellowship opportunities, retreats, service and immersion experiences, as well as empowering student leadership.

Requirements 
Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Studies, or related field or equivalent experience in college ministry; Master’s Degree in Pastoral Studies/Ministry, Theology, or Divinity is preferred.
  • Practicing Roman Catholic with an understanding and commitment to the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings.
  • Experience working with college students or young adults with knowledge of the psychological, pastoral, and spiritual needs of Millennial adults is necessary.
  • Competency in theological reflection, prayer, group facilitation, and Roman Catholic Church ritual.
  • Good communication skills and proficiency in use of social media as well as possess excellent organizational and project management skills.
  • Energetic and self-motivated individual who can work independently and collaboratively as a part of a team.
  • Ability to work flexible schedule including nights and weekends.
  • Evidence a passion and desire to minister to and with young adults.
  • Creativity, flexibility, and a good sense of humor are essential.

Application
Please send cover letter including salary requirements, resume, and three current references to: Lynn Cercone, Business Manager, St. Joseph University Parish, 3269 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or email  lcercone@stjosephbuffalo.org. Review of applications and scheduling of interviews will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church is an equal opportunity employer. The selection, training and advancement and terms and conditions of employment are conducted without regard to race, sex, color, age, national origin, veteran status, marital status, religion, genetic history or disability. Active membership in the Roman Catholic Church, in this position, is required.


Director of Campus Ministry - Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama

Description
Spring Hill College, the third oldest Jesuit College in the U.S., is located on the Gulf Coast in Mobile, Alabama. The Director of Campus Ministry reports to the Vice President of Student Affairs and provides the leadership, vision, and direction for spiritual growth within our community of students, faculty, and staff. The Director is responsible for programs, initiatives, and services that help to cultivate a sense of personal spirituality and that advance the mission and values of the college as a Jesuit, Catholic institution of higher learning. The Director serves as the leader of the staff of Rev. Bobby Rimes, S.J. Center for Campus Ministry, which operates as a collaborative team to deliver innovative and purposeful programming. S/he serves as the liaison with the Archdiocese in matters related to liturgical and sacramental celebrations and has oversight responsibility for the use and maintenance of all worship spaces.

Requirements
Education

  • Master’s Degree in Theology from an accredited college or university.

Experience

  • Background of college-level involvement with young adult spirituality, theological, pastoral and peace/justice programs (pastoral service, religious formation, social justice/peace projects) with a knowledge and commitment to Ignatian Spirituality, Jesuit educational ideals and Roman Catholic theological tradition.

Other Preferences

  • Candidate needs to have a desire for and an ease and congeniality in dealing with diverse groups such as faculty, staff, students, and persons involved with college programs in varied circumstances such as formal academic setting and more casual ones of faith and service projects.

Other Considerations

  • Must be willing to submit to background checks, including criminal history background checks.

Application
For full job description, including all requirements and application procedures, please scroll to Staff Openings via http://www.shc.edu/jobs.


Campus Minister - SUIE Newman Catholic Community -Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Illinois

Description
The Newman Catholic Community exists to nurture and engage the spiritual lives of students, Faculty and Staff at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville through Catholic liturgy, small faith sharing groups, Newman Nights, retreats, community building, service immersion based in Catholic Social Teaching, and 1-1 spiritual conversations. All are welcome. 

SIUE’s campus is growing and serves over 14,000 students. There is estimated to be 3,500 Catholic students on campus. The Catholic ministry here is at a time of renewal and growth. We are located on campus at the Center for Spirituality and Sustainability.

Campus minister will work with director of campus ministry to continue to build up presence of Catholic ministry on SIUE’s campus. The campus minister will be encouraged to be creative and bring own interests to this ministry in collaboration with the Director of Campus Ministry and campus chaplains.

Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Mentor student leaders and assist them with campus outreach.
  • Help create dynamic and appropriate liturgies and prayer services and work closely with the 10:30am and 8:00pm Masses.
  • Provide spiritual guidance to undergraduate students.
  • Assist with Fall and Spring retreats.
  • Assist with Alternative Spring Break Programs.
  • Assist with Small Faith Sharing groups.
  • Create other opportunities for faith formation.
  • Report to the Director of Campus Ministry and participate in periodic performance reviews.
  • Position will begin August 1, 2017 but may require a few meetings prior to that date to facilitate the hiring process.
  • The campus minister may have other duties assigned by the Director of Campus Ministry.

Requirements

  • MA in Theology, Pastoral Ministry or a related field.
  • Strong skills in oral and written communication, technology and social media, leadership and conflict resolution, one-on-one counseling and mentorship of students.
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends, and holy days.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment, while contributing to the implementation and development of our campus ministry strategic plan.
  • Ability to organize all aspects of a program (timeline, strategy, recruitment of volunteers, assembly of materials, advertising, management of budget and evaluation of event).

Preferred

  • Experience working in ministry.
  • Dynamic, visionary goals for evangelization and spiritual formation of young adults. 

Compensation
Highly competitive entry level salary with full benefits appropriate to a masters-level lay ecclesial minister will be provided.

 Application
Submit a letter of interest, resume or CV, and full contact information for three professional references via email to jmccour@siue.edu. More information about SIUE Newman Catholic Community may be found here: www.siuenewmancatholic.com or  facebook.com/siuenewman.


Campus Minister/Coordinator of Youth Outreach - East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Description
St. Matthew’s Parish, in collaboration with the Diocese of Scranton and the University recently started Catholic Campus Ministry, holding a 7:00 p.m. Sunday College Mass in St. Matthew’s Church, with an opportunity to gather for social events, presentations, and discussions afterwards. Given its initial success, the parish is now looking to hire a Campus Minister that can grow this ministry and also serve as the coordinator of Youth Outreach in our parish.

This unique opportunity seeks to create a parish based Catholic campus ministry program that is part of the continuum of a dynamic, broad reaching and intergenerational faith formation process. The goal is to integrate university students, high school youth, and young adults into the life of our community and provide a welcoming home for their spiritual needs.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Education, or related educational or ministry field or equivalent experience in college or young adult ministry; Masters in Pastoral Ministry, Theology or Divinity preferred.
  • At least three years experience with college students or young adults.
  • Understanding and personal commitment to the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings.
  • Knowledge of and / or willingness to learn and apply the U.S. Bishops’ document on campus ministry (Empowered by the Spirit) and the U.S. Bishops’ document on youth ministry (Renewing the Vision).
  • A self-starter who can work independently and as a part of a team.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed for the ministry.
  • Competency in Scripture, theological reflection, prayer, and group facilitation.
  • Possess excellent organizational and project management skills.

Campus Minister component (75%)
Develop and lead, under the supervision of the pastor, campus ministry with an emphasis on evangelization, spirituality, service, retreats, student leadership development, communications, integrating students into the life of the parish community, and administration.

  • Create a welcoming atmosphere.
  • Facilitate student participation in the parish.
  • Create and maintain an ongoing student parishioner registration database.
  • Maintain and empower a student leadership team(s).
  • Promote student formation in the Catholic faith by planning weekly programs and events.
  • Assist in planning and scheduling liturgical ministers for our 7:00 p.m. Sunday College Mass.
  • Cultivate on campus presence to promote Catholic Campus Ministry.
  • Develop and maintain good working relations with university administration.
  • Develop and maintain communication tools, including a weekly newsletter, social media, and parish web page.
  • Member of a Parish Campus Ministry Advisory Committee responsible for developing annual ministry goals and objectives, fostering university relations, and fundraising.

Coordinator of Youth Outreach component (25%)
Coordinate our Youth Outreach Committee comprised of staff and volunteers engaged in religious education, youth ministry, and young adult ministry. The committee will strive to identify strategies for the parish to best accompany our youth in their faith journey as they transition through our confirmation process, high school youth ministry, campus ministry, and young adult ministry. Ideally our youth will be engaged in serving one another, as they grow deeper in their faith.

  • Be present to the youth of our community
  • Participate in youth retreats and trips assisting in planning and program development as needed.
  • Identify strategies to integrate youth into the life of the parish community.
  • Promote a team atmosphere that allows members to share their gifts and talents.
  • Help integrate our Catholic school students (175 attend a nearby regional Catholic elementary and high school) into our parish-based youth ministry program.
  • Collaborate with other local parishes and the Diocese of Scranton where possible.
  • Help organize and coordinate our young adult ministry.
  • Collaborate with director of religious education and youth ministry leaders.
  • Explore the possibility of creating opportunities for university students to mentor high school youth.

Salary and Benefits

  • A competitive full time salary and benefit package will be provided.

Application
Applicants are encouraged the parish website at www.stmatthewspa.org. Interested individuals are asked to send a cover letter with salary requirement and a complete resume with at least three (3) references by April 30, 2017 to: Fr. Jerry Shantillo, Pastor St. Matthew Parish 78 Ridgeway Street East Stroudsburg, Pa. 18301 Or email frjerry@ptd.net.


Assistant Program Director of Catechesis and Student Formation - St. Philip Neri Catholic Newman Center, The University of Tulsa
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Description
The St. Philip Neri Catholic Newman Center at The University of Tulsa is looking to hire an Assistant Director of  Catechesis and Student Formation. The individual will be responsible for enhancing existing, promoting, and teaching catechesis. This individual will assist the Priest Chaplain with the formation of college students. The successful candidate will embrace the teachings of and be faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

Major Responsibilities

  • Assist the Chaplain in his role as chief catechist of the Newman Center.
  • In partnership with the Chaplain, research, plan, develop and implement a vision for catechesis and faith formation.
  • Lead and instruct weekly RCIA and teach student faith formation classes.
  • Collaborate with missionaries and college student leaders to provide catechetical resources, training and instruction to further their faith life and theological understanding.

Requirements

  • Master's degree of Arts in Theology or Leadership in the New Evangelization.
  • Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of Catholic catechesis and faith formation, including the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults.
  • Thorough knowledge of Catholic ecclesial life and structure, along with knowledge of church organizational and operational procedures.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both in a larger classroom setting and individually.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, creativity, decision-making, use of discretion, teamwork, and ability to prioritize.
  • Proficiency with computer and basic office software.
  • Practicing Catholic who is motivated to continue their personal theological formation.

Application
Hours and Compensation

  • Full time; average 40 hours per week. This is a ministry position on a college campus- hours require personal flexibility.
  • A commensurate, full time salary plus benefits package.

For consideration, please email your resume and a cover letter detailing how you meet the above qualifications to tu-newman@utulsa.edu.


Coordinator Campus and Young Adult Ministry - Archdiocese of Washington

Description
The mission of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is to spread the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. In the faithful pursuit of this mission, the archdiocese is seeking a Coordinator of Campus and Young Adult Ministry. The Coordinator of Campus and Young Adult Ministry will allow the Office of Young Adult Ministry to increase the capacity of current college campus ministries and regional young adult ministries The Coordinator will work to develop additional outreach to graduate and community college students through regional young adult ministries. They will provide ongoing leadership development for campus and parish volunteers, and assist with regional event execution including Theology on Tap, college campus ministry leadership training days, 7 Church Walk, as well as others. 

Requirements

  • Practicing Catholic in good standing with a passion for the Church’s mission of evangelization.
  • Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field.
  • At least three years’ experience in Campus Ministry.
  • This is a full time position - evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.
  • Must have reliable transportation.

Application
Please include a cover letter with resume. https://re11.ultipro.com/ARC1012/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1093


Campus Minister - University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri

The Archdiocese of Saint Louis has an opportunity for a full-time Campus Minister. This position is located at the UMSL Newman Center – 8200 Natural Bridge Rd., St. Louis, Missouri. The Archdiocese is a non-profit organization which encompasses 185 parishes, 146 schools, over 90 offices/agencies and a Catholic population of more than 500,000. We were voted a 2015 and 2016 TOP WORKPLACE in the St. Louis area. We value our employees by providing a balance between work and everyday life. We also offer a competitive benefits package available upon hire and a generous paid time off schedule.

Description
The Campus Minister at the Catholic Newman Center serves the faculty, staff, and students at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL). This person serves to fulfill the mission of the Catholic Newman Center of UMSL through campus ministry programs and relational ministry.

Duties & Responsibilities: Including, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Recruitment of first year and new students.
  • Build community among first year and new students.
  • Retain new and first year students as they are integrated into the overall life of the Newman community.
  • Provide a ministry of presence and pastoral care with students to encourage faith formation and discipleship, personal growth, leadership, and discernment of gifts.
  • Evangelize and form students in the Catholic faith and encourage the faith development of non-Catholic students in their own traditions.
  • Outreach to the dorm community, campus community and greater UMSL community.
  • Coordinate and implement first year small faith formation groups.
  • Work closely with the Newman Servant Leader team.
  • Develop and maintain a database of new students and possible ‘Newman recruits’ to aid in ongoing relationship and retention of students.
  • Maintain ongoing involvement of students including: Welcome Weeks, Great Getaway, Small group/ socials, service, Awakenings, women’s/ men’s group, leadership, liturgies, spirituality.
  • Work with Campus Ministry staff to create and implement new programs according to the changing needs of the community.
  • Maintain visible, proactive outreach, collaboration communication with the university students, staff, and faculty (especially Respect Life and the Office of Student Life).
  • Oversee UMSL CNC social media efforts.

Requirements
Knowledge & Experience Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree required. Prior experience in campus ministry as a participant or in leadership role is required. Candidate must have experience in training, mentoring, and supervising college-aged individuals; a demonstrated skill in written and oral communication, and a sound understanding of the Catholic faith as well as an understanding of the role of Campus Ministry as stated in the Bishops’ pastoral letter, “Empowered by the Spirit.”

Skills & Attitudes Required for Success in Job:
Successful candidate will have a passion for the Catholic faith and the New Evangelization. This candidate must be a self-motivated individual able to meet deadlines, who is comfortable learning any technology basics required and comfortable working collaboratively within a small team. Flexible hours required; some evening and weekend hours required; weekly schedule may therefore change accordingly. The candidate will have a desire and opportunity for professional development annually. Candidate will have proficiency in use of computers, particularly in the Microsoft Office programs, spreadsheets, internet and e-mail. Successful candidate must complete the Archdiocesan ‘Protecting God’s Children’ program.

Application
Qualified candidates may submit their resume and cover letter including salary requirements to humanresources@archstl.org.


Associate Director of Campus Ministry - University of Missouri-St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri

The Archdiocese of Saint Louis has an opportunity for a full-time Associate Director of Campus Ministry. This position is located at the UMSL Newman Center – 8200 Natural Bridge Rd., St. Louis, MO. The Archdiocese is a non-profit organization which encompasses 185 parishes, 146 schools, over 90 offices/agencies and a Catholic population of more than 500,000. We were voted a 2015 and 2016 TOP WORKPLACE in the St. Louis area. We value our employees by providing a balance between work and everyday life. We also offer a competitive benefits package available upon hire and a generous paid time off schedule.

Description
The Associate Director of Campus Ministry at the Catholic Newman Center serves the faculty, staff, and students at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL). This person assists the Director in fulfilling the mission of the Catholic Newman Center and ensuring efficient operation of the Newman House and campus ministry staff & interns. The qualified candidate will seek to invest in students for lifelong participation and mission within the Catholic Church. Duties & Responsibilities: Including, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Assist the Director in the daily operations of the Catholic Newman Center.
  • Assist the Director in overseeing the daily work of Campus Ministry staff and interns.
  • Assist the Director to create and implement new strategies and new programs according to the changing needs of the community.
  • Assist the Director to coordinate the planning, preparation, training and evaluation of all ministerial programming at the Newman Center including (the): service trip, retreats, fellowship meetings, social justice activities, interfaith campus ministry council, training workshops, and community-building socials.
  • Assist the Director in building relationships between the Newman Center and the university.
  • In collaboration with the Director, oversee the various communication channels used in ministry, (the) websites, social media, newsletter, announcements, online calendar, on campus advertising, and general email accounts, empowering and overseeing student leaders, campus ministry staff, and interns to communicate effectively.
  • Provide a ministry of presence and pastoral care with students to encourage faith formation, discipleship, personal growth, and vocational discernment.
  • Oversee the efforts of the Catholic Newman Center’s student leadership team. Cultivate and develop initiative among students and student officers.
  • Evangelize and form students in the Catholic faith. Encourage the faith development of non-Catholic students.
  • Maintain visible, proactive outreach and communication with the university students, staff, and faculty
  • Assist Student Leaders in building and managing the Student Activity budget, and assist the director in overseeing the overall Newman Center Budget.
  • Assist Development Associate with bi-annual newsletter theme, student articles, and mailing.
  • Design fliers, advertisements, and banners in conjunction with the Office of Student Life for promotion of events.
  • Seek collaboration with other Catholic organizations, Campus Ministries, and agencies
  • Serve as an Advisory Board member.
  • Be an example of Catholic life for students, faithfully living and demonstrating the precepts of the Church.
  • Be nourished by personal prayer, particularly devotion to Christ present in the Eucharist. Meet regularly with a spiritual director and take time for retreat and recollection.
  • Be available to be present three evenings a week to pray with the Newman community and assist with events.
  • Organize and facilitate the small group for juniors and seniors dedicated to vocation according to the guidelines laid out in the grant from Lily Foundation Inc.

Requirements
Knowledge & Experience Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree required. Prior experience in campus ministry in a leadership role or as a participant is required. Candidate must have experience in training, mentoring, and supervising college-aged individuals; a demonstrated skill in written and oral communication, and a sound understanding of the Catholic faith as well as an understanding of the role of Campus Ministry as stated in the Bishops’ pastoral letter, “Empowered by the Spirit.”

Skills & Attitudes Required for Success in Job:
Successful candidate will have a passion for the Catholic faith and the New Evangelization. This candidate must be a self-motivated individual able to meet deadlines, who is comfortable learning any technology basics required and comfortable working collaboratively within a small team. Flexible hours required; evening and weekend hours will be required; schedule will vary some week to week. The candidate will have a desire and opportunity for professional development annually. Candidate will have proficiency in use of computers, particularly in the Microsoft Office programs, spreadsheets, internet and e-mail. Successful candidate must complete the Archdiocesan ‘Protecting God’s Children’ program.

Application
Qualified candidates may submit their resume and cover letter including salary requirements to humanresources@archstl.org.


Campus Minister - Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Description
The Campus Minister will provide pastoral ministry to the Saint Joseph’s University community with a particular focus on undergraduate students. This individual will serve as a member of the Campus Ministry team to offer programs which are consistent with the Catholic and Jesuit identity of the university and which are designed to assist students in their growth toward a faith that does justice.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Through individual conversation, group formation, and scheduled programs:
- Assist students in the exploration, development, and appropriation of their faith
- Provide experiences which foster personal development in a holistic manner
- Promote experiences of authentic Christian community on campus
- Foster the development of a mature Christian conscience
- Educate students in principles of justice grounded in Catholic social teaching
- Provide opportunities for the development of future leaders in the Church and society
- Offer opportunities for the exploration of Ignatian Spirituality
• As assigned by the Director of Campus Ministry, oversee, develop, promote, and facilitate programs and events which may include:
- Community service opportunities
- Domestic or international immersion programs
- Christian Life Communities (Koinonia)
- Retreats
- Liturgies and liturgical ministry formation
- Social justice education and advocacy programs
- Spiritual direction/companionship and pastoral conversation
- Faith formation and sacramental preparation programs
- Alumni outreach
- Ministry to particular populations: athletes, fraternities/sororities, first year students, etc.
- Prayer services, reflection and educational events, community meals
- Occasional emergency pastoral response
- Other related ministry programs, recruitment, and outreach
• Program responsibilities include reservation of locations, communication with internal or external partners/vendors, event planning, advertising/promoting, selecting and training of student teams, follow-up events, and evaluation.
• Collaborate as an active member of the Campus Ministry team, including regular participation in staff meetings and planning/reflection days and assistance as needed with other Campus Ministry activities
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Campus Ministry 

Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree
• Previous experience with youth, collegiate, or young adult ministry
• A deep familiarity with the Catholic Christian faith
• A proven ability to relate well with young adult students
• Willingness to function in a complex team setting
• Understanding of and commitment to the mission of Saint Joseph’s University

Preferred Qualifications
• Master’s degree (highly preferred) in theology, pastoral ministry, or related field
• Significant previous experience in effectively coordinating and executing Catholic Christian ministry programs for college students, instructing and training peer leaders, and building positive working relationships with colleagues and students
• Substantial familiarity with Ignatian Spirituality and a commitment to communicating the Jesuit emphasis on “a Faith that Does Justice”
• Excellent organization and communication skills 

Application
On-line applications only. Please provide a letter of application/interest and resume. Review of applications will begin on immediately.  For a complete description of position responsibilities, qualifications, and to apply, please visit: https://jobs.sju.edu/postings/13899.  
    Saint Joseph's University is a private, Catholic, and Jesuit institution and expects members of its community to be knowledgeable about its mission and make positive contributions to that mission. Saint Joseph's is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to recruit, develop and retain a talented and diverse workforce. EOE M/F/D/V


Campus Minister/Music Minister - University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island

Description
A qualified individual with experience in college campus ministry and with musical proficiency is sought to assist with programming (including retreats, mission trips, and mentoring of student board members, among other responsibilities) and the formation of a music ministry program for the weekly student liturgy.

Requirements
Applicants must be Roman Catholics in good standing. Applicants should hold at least a bachelor's degree in theology or some related field; proficiency in voice, guitar and piano; experience in campus ministry and music ministry or related fields.

Application
Email a current CV or other inquiries to Fr. Joseph Upton, chaplain, at jupton@uri.edu.


Entry-Level Campus Minister
Ithaca, New York

Description
Twelve-month member of a ministry team with Catholic chaplains, campus ministers and student interns at both Cornell University and Ithaca College. We are looking for an active Catholic who exudes energy and excitement for their Faith. Ministry responsibilities would include facilitating community, expanding campus outreach, leading immersion trips, and developing opportunities for students to engage in service and justice work.

Requirements
Candidate should be a ministry team-player, able to relate with young adults, and desire to collaborate in an inter-campus and interfaith setting. Preferred qualifications include fluency in Spanish and familiarity with social media and technology. Bachelor’s degree required. Position begins August 2017.

Application
Please send resumes to: Rev. Carsten P. Martensen, S.J., G17 Anabel Taylor Hall, 548 College Ave, Ithaca, NY 14853, or by email to: cmartensen@ithaca.edu or cpm85@cornell.edu.


Campus Minister - University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Description
Assist campus ministry staff in program design & implementation for spiritual formation of undergrads, grad students, and young professionals, including outreach and service. Ten-month academic year position beginning August 1, 2017. Candidates should be practicing Catholics with appropriate degree in theology/pastoral care or equivalent experience. St. Mary Student Parish, staffed by priests of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), serves the students, faculty, and staff at the University of Michigan.

Requirements
Practicing Catholic demonstrating a high level of professional and ethical conduct. Academic training in Catholic theology; master’s degree preferred. Experience and passion for working with young people in faith formation. Experience with Ignatian Spirituality preferred.

Application
Send resume and cover letter to Lanette Mele (lmele@umich.edu). Visit http://www.stmarystudentparish.org/about/employment-opportunities/ for more details and to apply.


Campus Minister Associate - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Michigan

Description
Catholic Campus Ministry Associate: Seeking recent college graduate with a desire to focus on developing leadership skills and professional growth as part of a Catholic campus ministry team. Support and promote campus ministry at the University of Michigan through programs, events, and activities with a focus on social justice. St. Mary Student Parish, staffed by priests of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), serves the students, faculty, & staff at the University of Michigan.

Requirements
One need not be considering a career in ministry to benefit tremendously from this role, as our staff is composed of 20 professionals whose varied backgrounds include communications, engineering, social work, education, theology, and business provide a diverse learning environment.

Application
Send resume and cover letter to Lanette Mele (lmele@umich.edu). Visit http://www.stmarystudentparish.org/about/employment-opportunities/ for more details and to apply.


Franciscan Servant Scholars Program Coordinator - Cardinal Stritch University
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Description
The Office for Mission Integration at Cardinal Stritch University is currently seeking a part time (20 hours/week) Franciscan Servant Scholars Program Coordinator. This position is responsible for all aspects of the Franciscan Servant Scholar Program including marketing, recruitment, co-curricular events, and the supervision of a Graduate Assistant.

Franciscan Servant Scholars is an integrated education/formation scholarship program designed for full‐time undergraduate students of all majors and backgrounds who seek to discern a career path and mission in life. Rooted in the Catholic Franciscan heritage and values of the University, students seek to connect their academic coursework with service to community, working for peace and social justice, engaging in personal and theological reflection, faith sharing and other formative experiences.

Requirements
An excellent candidate will thrive in a multicultural, multi faith environment with a flexible work schedule. She/he serves as a member of the staff for Mission Integration and as such is expected live out the Catholic, Franciscan Values in his/her daily work and life.

Applicants must have earned a Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies or its equivalent and have a passion for social justice and a knowledge of Catholic social teaching. A preference will be given to applicants with knowledge of the Catholic and Franciscan tradition who are comfortable in an ecumenical and interfaith environment and have experience coordinating events.

Application
Please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and salary requirements to humanresources@stritch.edu. Please include in subject line: Position Title – Last name, First name.

Cardinal Stritch University is a Roman Catholic, Franciscan University sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in Milwaukee, Wisc.


Assistant Director of Retreats and Pilgrimages - University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana

Description
The University of Notre Dame is accepting applications for the Assistant Director of Retreats and Pilgrimages. This position develops, coordinates, and evaluates retreat and pilgrimage opportunities that meet a variety of spiritual needs.

Requirements
A Masters in Theology or related field is required. Successful candidate must have strong pastoral, administrative, and organizations skills with understanding of young adult spirituality and faith formation. Will lead a variety of retreats and must have the ability to travel abroad.

Application
View the full description and apply formally online here. EEO/AA


Choral Program Director, Notre Dame Folk Choir - University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana

Description
The University of Notre Dame (www.nd.edu) is accepting applications for a Choral Program Director, Notre Dame Folk Choir. This position leads one of the principal liturgical choirs at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

Requirements

  • Requires a vast knowledge of contemporary Roman Catholic liturgical music that reflects the diversity of the Church.
  • Must have experience working with college students and be able to function within a team of musicians and campus ministers.
  • Master’s degree in Music required with 8-10 years of experience in Roman Catholic liturgical music.

Application
To view a full description and to apply formally online at http://apptrkr.com/951508. EEO/AA


University Minister, Coordinator of Liturgical Music
Lewis University
Romeoville, Illinois

Description
University Ministry at Lewis University invites applications for a part-time University Minister, Coordinator of Liturgical Music to design and coordinate all aspects of University Ministry’s liturgical music/choir. This ten-month position requires strong choir development, piano accompaniment, vocalist and liturgical planning skills. University Ministry, in harmony with Lewis' Catholic and Lasallian identity, embraces and nurtures enlightened religious experience within our community. University Ministry's primary focus is to be a sign and instrument of the Gospel. We seek to light our students' hearts on fire for God's Kingdom valuing faith, service and community. For additional information on Lewis as an institution, please see our website at http://www.lewisu.edu.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Work on seasonal planning with the Chaplain and Director of Ministry
  • Select liturgical music for Sundays, Holy Days of Obligation, and the Baccalaureate Liturgy and create the appropriate liturgical order of service
  • Recruit, coordinate and form a student choir for Sunday liturgies. Play the piano and serve as a back-up vocalist
  • Develop a cadre of faculty, staff, and students for Holy Days of Obligation and other signature liturgies particular to Lewis University (Ash Wednesday, Mass of the Holy Spirit, Celebration of Service, etc.).
  • Play the piano for these liturgies and serve as a back-up vocalist
  • Advertise & recruit for all masses
  • Coordinate and serve as accompaniment of professional musicians and prepare music materials for the Baccalaureate Liturgy
  • Recruit and train all liturgical ministers
  • Serve as the pianist for the Koinonia retreat
  • Write a Liturgical Music Plan for the next 2-4 years, revised annually
  • Help with weddings, funerals, and prayer services as needed
  • Serve on Ministry and other University committees or task forces as assigned
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings (as needed), provide guidance in pastoral conversations with students and staff, and provide a pastoral presence in residence halls and common areas

Requirements
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Knowledgeable about and experienced in the Catholic liturgy.
  • Strong accompaniment and vocalist skills necessary; organ experience a plus.
  • Experience in leading a choir, selecting liturgical music, and preparing liturgical materials.
  • Have the ability to recruit and organize students in their desire to sing and play instruments.
  • Must have the ability to effectively work independently and as part of a team.
  • Must demonstrate outstanding communication skills (oral and written).
  • Bachelor’s degree required; master’s preferred.

Application
How to apply: For a full description and to apply visit: https://jobs.lewisu.edu/postings/1871. Lewis University, sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to diversity. Applicants of a diverse background are highly encouraged to apply, however applications will only be accepted from individuals currently authorized to work on a full-time basis in the United States.



Assistant Director of Residence Life Ministry (Posting # S01545P) - University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio

Description
The University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, is a Top Ten Catholic research university. The University seeks outstanding, diverse faculty and staff who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence in teaching, research and artistic creativity, the development of the whole person, and leadership and service in the local and global community. Bring your gifts for ministry and passion for young adult faith development to the University of Dayton's 33 member campus ministry team.

We seek an energetic, faith-filled campus minister who can lead the three person Neighborhood ministry team in serving primarily junior and senior undergraduate students living in the university student neighborhoods and Caldwell apartments and advance Campus Ministry’s mission to foster spiritual growth, cultivate faith, build the faith community, educate for justice and peace, and develop gifts for servant leadership. This includes developing strategic initiatives for ministry and engaging in direct ministry in the student neighborhoods. This campus minister supervises and collaborates closely with the Campus Minister for Interfaith Ministry and the Student Neighborhood Graduate Student. This position has a particular attentiveness to implementing Catholic and broadly Christian faith development initiatives in the Spirit of the University of Dayton's Marianist charism and to coordinating pastoral care outreach to undergraduate students in this ministry area.

Essential skills include pastoral care and crises response, creativity in ministry with young adults on campus, visioning, planning, and assessment, and collaborative leadership and interpersonal skills. This is a 10.5 month position with benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. Proposed start date July 15, 2017.

Requirements

  • Master's Degree in position related field such as Theology, Pastoral Ministry, Religious Studies, Divinity or related field.
  • Two years Campus Ministry/youth/young adult ministry.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of young adult faith development.
  • Willingness to work late evenings and some weekends.
  • Strong written communication skills.

Application
See full description/qualifications and submit cover letter, resume and list of references at http://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/23032. This posting will close on May 26, 2017.

To attain its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, inclusion and affirmative action and to equal opportunity policies and practices. We act affirmatively to recruit and hire women, traditionally under-represented minority groups, people of disability and veterans.


Associate Director of Campus Ministry - Marian University
Indianapolis, Indiana

Description
Marian University seeks qualified applicants for the position of Associate Director of Campus Ministry. The associate director provides collaborative leadership to ensure that Marian University Campus Ministry is known for its missionary character, rich worship, and education for justice. A candidate for the role must be a Catholic active in her/his faith and competent in working with persons of many cultures, ethnicities and religious traditions. Candidates must possess an understanding of Catholic tradition and have a demonstrated record of program creation, execution and ministerial leadership. The campus ministry program has expanded rapidly over the past four years and is integral to the Marian University Vision 2025 Strategic Plan.

Located within 10 minutes of downtown Indianapolis, Marian University is one of the nation’s preeminent Catholic institutions of higher learning, and ranks in the Top 25 of U.S. News & World Report’s list of Midwest Region colleges, as well as Money magazine’s list of Top 10 schools in Indiana “For Your Money”. Marian University was founded in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana, and the Franciscan Values that the Sisters ingrained into the university’s culture are still prevalent today.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Management of Campus Ministry full-time staff
  • General oversight of the Office of Campus Ministry
  • Program design, development and implementation
  • Student formation
  • Pastoral ministry with students
  • Comfort and counsel those in need
  • Equip, empower and integrate student leaders in ministry
  • Participate in the liturgical and prayer life of the university community
  • Budget management

Marian University is one of the nation’s preeminent Catholic institutions of higher learning, and has experienced tremendous growth in the past 15 years under the leadership of President Daniel J. Elsener. In 2002 the university was awarded a two million dollar grant by Lilly Endowment, Inc. for the creation of the Rebuild My Church initiative which invigorated the exploration of our Catholic Franciscan heritage throughout the university. As a part of Rebuild My Church, Marian University provides the intellectual formation for over forty seminarians enrolled at Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary, and created the San Damiano Scholars Program for Church Leadership. This highly regarded, unique program provides formation for over 120 students discerning a vocation of lay ministry. In 2017, Marian University will welcome the inaugural class of the new program for Graduate Studies in Theology.

Requirements

  • Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of Marian University
  • Master’s degree in ministry, theology, or equivalent
  • Record of excellent program design and implementation
  • Highly collaborative and empowering work style
  • Knowledge of the Franciscan charism and tradition
  • Experience supervising professional staff preferred
  • Competency in Spanish is preferred
  • Experience in working with students of diverse cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Full knowledge and understanding of the following Church documents as they related to execution of the duties assigned this position:
    • Sons and Daughters of Light
    • Empowered by the Spirit
    • Ex Corde Ecclesiae
  • Competency in Microsoft Office software
  • Experience in budget management

Application
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications require a cover letter, current resume, and names and addresses of three current references. Only complete applications should be submitted to hr@marian.edu. No phone calls please. Marian University is an EOE.


Spartanburg Regional Campus Minister – Spartanburg, South Carolina Wofford College, Converse College, University of South Carolina-Upstate, Spartanburg Methodist, VCOM - Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina

Description
The Diocese of Charleston invites applications for a full-time campus minister to work collaboratively with local priest chaplain and volunteer campus ministers.

This regional position will foster current programming and expand Catholic campus ministry at these campuses. With a local Catholic Student Center the regional campus minister will organize, grow, and empower student programming on each campus, based on the six dimensions of Catholic campus ministry. This campus minister will develop uses of the campus student center as both a gathering location for fellowship and study as well as a worship space.

As a member of the Diocesan Catholic Campus Ministry Program the campus minister also communicates with the diocesan office, shares in diocesan campus ministry meetings, and promotes diocesan-wide campus ministry events. This campus minister will collaborate with the diocesan director to explore expanded connections with Wofford College and the diocese.

Core responsibilities include: development of strong, student leadership and peer ministry, a desire to reach students in their faith journey, and engagement in a regular ministry of presence on the campuses, in the center, and at student events. This position requires ability to create, collaborate, self-start, and balance ministry responsibilities in a multi-campus setting.

Requirements

  • Practicing Catholic with degree in theology, religious studies, or related field (Master degree preferred).

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Several years of ministry experience working in a higher education setting.
  • Flexible work schedule includes regular travel between the campuses with night and weekend responsibilities.
  • Competitive salary and excellent benefits.

Application
For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com. Position available July 1, 2017.


Campus Minister - St. Monica-St. George Parish Newman Center - University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Description
The Newman Center at the University of Cincinnati has a position open for a Campus Minister.   Spiritual Formation is the primary focus: leading the students’ Spirituality/Faith Formation team, coordinating faith sharing groups, retreats, Fall Get-away, other prayer experiences, including Adoration. Other areas include vocation awareness, some coordination of Thursday night dinners, composition of information materials, and campus outreach.

Requirements
Preference is for someone with two or more years of experience and a Masters Degree in Pastoral Ministry, Theology or Spirituality. Candidate should be committed to Christ and the Gospel, embrace a vision of church espoused by Vatican II, and Pope Francis’ desire that a parish be a “field hospital.” One needs to possess a welcoming approach to all people, have good organizational skills, and be computer literate. The position calls for flexibility and a desire to work with a parish team that includes another full-time campus minister, pastor, and other pastoral team members at St. Monica-St. George Parish Newman Center. This is an 11-month contract. Salary and benefits are in keeping with standards in the Archdiocese. 

Application
Applications, including letter of intent and resume, are due by May 15. The position may begin July 1 or August 1. Send applications to Fr. Al Hirt, OFM, at alhirt@fuse.net.


Choral Program Director and Organist - University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana

Description
The Choral Program Director and Organist at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart will serve as the Assistant Director (AD) of the Notre Dame Liturgical Choir, Director of the Student Chant Scholae, and as a member of the Basilica Schola Cantorum. As organist, will play the organ for the 10:00 a.m. televised Solemn Mass, weddings, funerals, daily Mass, Vespers and other liturgies at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on campus. During summer, Christmas, and some break weekends will serve as the AD of the Basilica Community Choir. Other responsibilities include coordinating music for daily Mass and weddings held in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in organ
  • Experience in Roman Catholic Church music
  • Proficiency in Finale

Application
Visit http://apptrkr.com/992327 to apply.


Pastoral Associate for Campus Ministry - University Parish Newman Center, Kent State University - Kent, Ohio

Description
The University Parish Newman Center, Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel is the home of the Catholic Student Association at Kent State University. As the Catholic presence at Kent State, our personal parish of approximately 250 families treasures our beginnings as a Newman Center and is committed to serving the university community, emphasizing ministry to the Catholic undergraduate student.

Requirements
As part of the parish staff, the campus minister’s primary responsibility is the ongoing spiritual formation of students including, but not limited to, developing and implementing programming, retreats, service projects, and immersion experiences. The pastoral associate for campus ministry is the liaison between the Church and campus, serving as advisor to the Catholic Student Association, participating in the KSU Campus Ministers Organization and maintaining ties to the faculty and staff of the university. By empowering student leadership in the parish and on campus, the campus minister works to integrate students into the life of the parish and attract new students to the Newman Center.

Qualifications

  • Practicing Roman Catholic in good standing
  • Master’s Degree in theology, pastoral studies, ministry, or related field, preferred.
  • Experience working with young adults preferred; knowledge of the psychological and spiritual needs of emerging adults necessary.
  • Good communication skills and proficiency in use of social media
  • Solid organizational and reporting skills
  • Energetic, self-motivated and able to function as a team member
  • Flexibility in work schedule, including evening and weekend hours

Application
This is a ten-month position with benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three current professional references to croebke@youngstowndiocese.org (preferred method) or by mail to: Carmen Roebke, Director Office of Campus Ministry, Diocese of Youngstown, 1424 Horning Road, Kent, Ohio 44240. Application deadline is April 30, 2017.


Campus Minister/Residence Life Outreach - Walsh University, Canton, Ohio

Description
The Campus Minister/Residence Life Outreach is responsible for working with the Director of Campus Ministry in ministering to the spiritual needs and personal/social development of the Walsh University residential community. This position is a live-in position. Serving as a catalyst in the formation of faith and spiritual development, primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, Peacemaker (peer minister) supervision, selection and training; enhancing and supporting programs based on spiritual development; establishing close relationships with residential students and staff; collaborating with and being a supportive member of the Campus Ministry and Student Affairs teams; and taking a leadership role in fostering participation and involvement in the services and activities of the campus faith community. 

The Campus Minister/Residence Life Outreach professional will work closely with the Residence Life staff, and therefore support their efforts to create and maintain a positive, student-centered environment within the residence halls. This includes the establishment of programs and services which foster respect, dignity, and collegiality among residential students, in unison with the ethics and spirit of the University’s Mission Statement. 

The Campus Minister/Residence Life Outreach reports directly to the Director of Campus Ministry.

Expectations and Responsibilities 

  • Overall responsibility to support and enhance the spiritual programming and services for the residential population housed in traditional residence hall and University Apartment environments.
  • Directly supervise, train, and evaluate the Peacemakers – a team of Peer Ministers assigned primarily to the First Year residential environments.
  • Develop and implement residence hall ministry programming, including the coordination of Bible studies, ecumenical outreach, and regular fellowship opportunities.
  • Develop and integrate the Campus Ministry presence in the residence halls, including effective use of residence halls chapel and lounges, with outreach efforts to include individual floor/wing retreats, prayers, Masses and other gatherings.
  • Assist the Director of Campus Ministry in the development and implementation of university Campus Ministry programming – providing opportunities for prayer, retreats, worship and spiritual growth. Specific responsibilities will include working with student leaders in the coordination of the annual AGAPE retreat/student fellowship formation groups (e.g.: Sisters in Christ or Brotherhood).
  • Work with the Campus Ministry team in identifying, empowering, and coordinating the gifts of the Walsh University faith community and supervise a team of Campus Ministry Scholarship students.
  • Participate in Student Outreach mission trip opportunities, including coordination of the Spring Break Service trips.
  • Assist the Director of Campus Ministry with departmental fundraisers efforts, when applicable.
  • Collaborate with Residence Life, university departments and educational divisions to identify, develop and present programs and services to address and celebrate the spiritual development of students, faculty and staff.
  • Advise/support students in need/crisis, referring students when appropriate. This will include working with the Student Affairs Crisis Response Team when called upon.
  • Support the Liturgical life of the campus by participating in prayer celebrations and formational opportunities.
  • Assist the Campus Ministry team with administrative assignments, which may include project coordination, coordination and implementation of annual assessment of program services and student satisfaction, and communication with campus and external constituents.
  • Represent Campus Ministry at meetings and gatherings as required/requested; Serve as University liaison to external constituencies and/or faith communities when assigned.
  • Participate in the planning and presentation of major campus events/functions (e.g., orientation, matriculation, baccalaureate, graduation, the Honors Convocation, etc.) as requested.
  • Promote availability and visibility to student body via effective utilization of office space, office hours and attendance/involvement in campus programs and events.
  • Must have the availability and desire to work nights and weekends.
  • Special projects and other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Director of Campus Ministry

Requirements
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred, preferably in Theology, pastoral ministry or studies, or related field. Experience in Campus Ministry programming or other related, appropriate areas preferred. Previous experience with residence life, and/or familiarity with college residential environments is highly desirable. Well-developed relational/collaborative skills are also a priority. Excellent interpersonal communication, administrative/organizational skills and a desire to work in a university setting are necessary. Positive attitude and a sense of humor are a must.

Application
Please see: http://jobs.walsh.edu/postings/724.


University Minister, Coordinator of Ministry Service - Lewis University; Romeoville, Illinois

Description
University Ministry at Lewis University invites applications for a University Minister, Coordinator of Ministry Service to design and coordinate all aspects of University Ministry’s student-led local, regional, and international immersion trips. This twelve month position includes design, publicity, recruiting, student leader formation, and reflection for these trips. The Coordinator of Ministry Service will be responsible for incorporating student leaders into programs, participating in professional development and formation experiences. The Coordinator will also be an effective, contributing member of the ministry team at Lewis University. University Ministry, in harmony with Lewis' Catholic and Lasallian identity, embraces and nurtures enlightened religious experience within our community. University Ministry's primary focus is to be a sign and instrument of the Gospel. We seek to light our students' hearts on fire for God's Kingdom valuing faith, service and community. For additional information on Lewis as an institution, please see our website at http://www.lewisu.edu.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Coordinate Ministry’s local service program called SOL (Source of Light)
• Coordinate Ministry’s regional immersion program called LUMINATE
• Recruit and organize for Diocesan Mission to Bolivia and Philippines. Attend one of these missions or develop and lead a weekend immersion each year
• Coordinate advertisement of post-graduate yearlong volunteer programs and communicate student applicants to various stakeholders
• Connect with local social service agencies (community partners) to understand their hopes and challenges
• Write a two year, five year, and ten year Ministry Service Plan, updated annually
• Collect data on student involvement for program development and reporting
• Develop reflective service experiences for faculty, staff, and alumni
• Lead a faith sharing group
• Participate in Sunday liturgies, weekly staff meetings, VIP and Open House Days, provide guidance in pastoral conversations with students and staff, and provide a pastoral presence in residence halls and common areas

Requirements

  • Immersion trips and to form students to facilitate them.
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop and lead prayer and reflection sessions.
  • Experience in volunteer programs as both a participant and an organizer.
  • Have a commitment to and the ability to lead prayer and reflection sessions on issues of service.
  • Have the ability to organize students in their desire to serve.
  • Must have the ability to effectively work independently and as part of a team.
  • Must demonstrate outstanding communication skills (oral and written).
  • Bachelor’s degree (required), Master’s degree (preferred) related to pastoral ministry (theology, pastoral studies, religious education, divinity).

Application
For a full description and to apply visit: http://jobs.lewisu.edu/postings/1817.
Inspired by the University’s Mission values of Wisdom, Knowledge, Justice, Fidelity and Association, the Lewis Community declares that Lewis is a Sanctified Zone where people are committed to working to end racism, bias and prejudice by valuing diversity in a safe and nurturing environment. Lewis University, sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to diversity. Applicants of a diverse background are highly encouraged to apply, however applications will only be accepted from individuals currently authorized to work on a full-time basis in the United States.