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Associate Director of Catholic Campus Ministry - Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania

Description
Catholic Campus Ministry at Bloomsburg University is seeking the right Associate Director of Catholic Campus Ministry, a full-time, ten-month professional position, needed to assist in directing our Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM), and inspire continued future growth. CCM is a Christ-centered ministry serving students in a college campus environment. Along with the Director, the Associate Director images the presence of Christ in a special way for students looking to connect with the Catholic Church in a constantly-changing world. Responsibilities include: creating innovative ways to bring people together; responding credibly, intelligently, and sensitively to inquiry about the Catholic faith; providing formal and informal opportunities for young adult faith formation; attending weekly campus Mass and coordinating the liturgical leadership team; providing pastoral care to students; coordinating annual retreats and service trips; mentoring and guiding the student Leadership Team in planning, implementing and evaluating spiritual, service, and social activities. We offer competitive salary and benefits, along with the opportunity to mold and shape the present-day and future faithful of the Church.

Requirements

  • Fully-initiated, active member of the Catholic Church
  • Master’s Degree in pastoral ministry, theology, or equivalent training/ experience
  • Experience in campus ministry and/or youth or young adult ministry
  • Ability to collaborate with students, faculty, staff, and religious leaders, and show sensitivity in handling confidential information
  • Competence in computer and social media skills
  • Being comfortable in large group dynamics as well as one-on-one interactions
  • Enthusiastic and compassionate leadership skills and commitment to the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church
  • Excellent organizational skills, confident decision maker, creative solution seeker, and flexible with schedule changes.

Application
All interested, qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter by April 15, 2017 to employment@hbgdiocese.org or mailed to: Human Resources, Diocese of Harrisburg, 4800 Union Deposit Rd, Harrisburg, PA 17111.


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.


Director of Campus Ministry - University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa

Description
St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Center at the University of Northern Iowa seeks a Director of Campus Ministry. The Director will lead professional staff, peer ministers, students, and community members with a vision of evangelizing the campus community. The purpose of St. Stephen’s is to form missionary disciples to share the Good News on the UNI campus. Therefore, the Director needs to be a committed disciple of Jesus Christ with a shepherd’s heart for the lost. The Director will help continue to implement the Evangelical Catholic model of ministry, as they will be entering service at St. Stephen’s in the early stages of a three-year alliance with EC. 

As the administrator of the Student Center, the Director needs to be a trustworthy and proven steward of resources, and an effective leader. The Director will be the steward of an annual budget of over $400,000, as well as of the buildings and grounds of the Student Center. The Director will collaborate with the Chaplain on the development and fundraising work necessary to meet annual expenses and strengthen the financial position of the Student Center for the future.

This full-time, 12-month position starts July 1, 2017, and offers benefits.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Requirements

  • Practicing Catholic
  • Master’s degree in theological or ministry studies
  • Several years of experience in ministry and administration, preferably in the campus ministry setting
  • Strong skills in the areas of communication, representing the Catholic faith, use of technology, a relating with young adults
  • Readiness to engage in retreat and service ministry settings
  • Willingness to work nights and weekends

Application
Send cover letter and resume with three references by May 1 to Rev. Nick March at dbq303@dbqarch.org or 1019 West 23rd St. Cedar Falls, IA 50613.


Director, Catholic Newman Center - Youngstown State University,
Yo
ungstown, Ohio

Description
Serving a vibrant and growing comprehensive urban research university, the Catholic Newman Center is the official Catholic presence at Youngstown State University. Located adjacent to the YSU campus and in proximity to St. Columba Cathedral, seat of the Diocese of Youngstown, the Center provides a spiritual home and social hub for students seeking to grow in faith while pursuing their courses of study.

The director’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. Assisted by the Chaplain, the director organizes weekly liturgies at the Center and on the campus for Holy Days. As the liaison between the Church and campus, the director participates in the YSU Campus Ministers Organization and serves as advisor to the Catholic Student Association, empowering student leadership on campus and attracting new students to the Center. The director maintains ties to the faculty and staff of the university, as well as working with the chancery staff and local parishes for appropriate events. The director oversees the management of the physical plant. Duties in this area include hiring and supervising student employees, contracting vendors for goods and services as needed, and overseeing maintenance of the building and grounds. The director is the fiscal officer for the Center and with the assistance of the bookkeeper and the diocesan director of campus ministry, develops and manages the Center’s budget. Additionally, the director consults with an advisory board, visioning for the future of the ministry and working toward financial sustainability by establishing a program of development.

Requirements

  • 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 and self-motivated
  • Flexibility in work schedule, including evening and weekend hours

Application
This is a twelve-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 - 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


Director of University Campus Ministry - Stockton University, Pomona, New Jersey

Description
The Diocese of Camden’s Catholic Campus Ministry at Stockton University in Pomona, N.J., is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, and deeply Catholic individual to fill a full-time position leading our growing university ministry. Stockton University is one of America’s most distinctive public universities, consistently ranking among the nation’s finest educational institutions. Stockton is noted for exceptional program offerings and an interdisciplinary approach to learning.

Requirements

  • A self-starter who can work independently and as a part of a team.
  • BA (MA preferred) related to pastoral ministry (theology, pastoral studies, religious education, divinity)
  • 3- 5 years of experience at the university level
  • Computer, technology and multi-media skills
  • An understanding of Comprehensive Young Adult Ministry as set forth by the USCCB in Empowered By the Spirit and Sons and Daughters of the Light
  • Aptitude to lead and collaborate with students, faculty and staff for on-going formation and evangelization on campus
  • Maintain good stewardship of facility & fiscal management
  • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed for the ministry

Application
Interested applicants should email resume and statement of interest with your experience and qualifications by April 28, 2017, to: hr@camdendiocese.org.


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.


Campus Minister, Christian Life Communities
Santa Clara University - Santa Clara, California

Description
Available at https://jobs.scu.edu/postings/5491.

Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Divinity, Theology, Pastoral Ministry or related field, required.
  • At least 2 years of ministerial experience (paid or volunteer), required.
  • Knowledge and demonstrated experience with well-integrated Roman Catholic or Protestant Christian faith.
  • Ability to help students envision and embody a vibrant faith or spirituality in a religiously plural context.

Application
Interested candidates must apply at this website (https://jobs.scu.edu/postings/5491) and provide a cover letter and resume.


Director of Music/Campus Minister - Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

Description
The St. Thomas Aquinas Parish and Catholic Student Center seeks to hire a full time Director of Music/Campus Minister. The Director of Music will coordinate all aspects of music ministry involving resident parishioners, college students, and youth in this dynamic parish setting.

Requirements
The ideal candidate will possess in-depth knowledge of and experience with Catholic liturgical music and contemporary Christian music, as well as the ability to serve as an accompanist and worship leader. The candidate will also play an instrumental role with Campus Ministry, gathering and mentoring student leaders, meeting with college students for one-on-one discipleship, as well as directing vibrant student large group ministry.

Evening and weekend hours are expected. Start date is July 1, 2017. Position is full time (12 months with benefits); salary commensurate with experience.

Application
For more information about the position, visit the website or call 515-292-3810. To apply, please submit cover letter, resume, and a list of three references via email by noon on March 30, 2017.


Rector - University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana

Description
The University of Notre Dame (www.nd.edu) is accepting applications for Residence Hall Rectors. Each Rector serves as the primary pastoral leader, administrator, community builder and resource for one of 30 single-sex, undergraduate halls or of two coed graduate facilities. This position is responsible for the well-being and development of all residents, and assists students in the integration of their intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual formation. The Rector position is a live-in, full time position, which is 10 months in the undergraduate halls and 12 months in the graduate facilities (with new Rectors arriving in mid-July for orientation and training). The position offers full-time benefits, including a retirement plan, a furnished apartment and a meal plan.

Requirements
A Master’s degree in Theology, Higher Education, Counseling or a related field and at least three years of experience in a related field such as pastoral ministry, education, student personnel or counseling.

Application
Go to rector.nd.edu to learn more and to apply for the position. Applications are due no later than March 24, 2017.


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.


Assistant Director of University Ministry/Coordinator of Social Justice Formation - Lewis University
Romeoville, Illinois

Description
University Ministry at Lewis University invites applications for a full-time Assistant Director of University Ministry/Coordinator of Social Justice Formation to develop and supports programs that encourage students to live and understand social justice from a Catholic perspective. The Assistant Director will also manage the Ministry facilities (Sancta Alberta Chapel, Miguel Center for University Ministry and the LaGrippe Pastoral Center), oversee the program calendar, and serve on standing committees. The Assistant Director will work closely with the Director to lead the Department in visioning and in responding to opportunities. 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 & 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 two to four years.
• Collect data on students involved with social justice education for program development and institutional reporting.
• Oversee the building calendar and manage use, set-up, and clean-up.
• 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; and be a pastoral presence in residence halls and common areas.

Requirements
Minimum Qualifications: 3-5 years of experience in ministry at the university level. 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 respond and to design programs to develop students’ Christian faith. Possess excellent 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. Master’s degree related to pastoral ministry (theology, pastoral studies, religious education, divinity) required.

Preferred Qualifications: Grant writing experience.

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.

Application
For a full description and to apply visit: https://jobs.lewisu.edu/postings/1992.


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.


Campus Minister - Marist College
Poughkeepsie, New York

Description
Marist College invites applications for a full-time Campus Minister to organize and promote Catholic and Interfaith activities for the campus community. 

Requirements
Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Master's degree required in M. Divinity, MA in Theology/Religious Studies, along with 1-3 year's of related experience.
  • Valid driver's license required.

Application
To learn more or to apply, please visit http://jobs.marist.edu.


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


Associate University Minister - University of San Diego
San Diego, California

Description
In collaboration with the University Ministry Team, the Associate University Minister is primarily responsible for outreach and ministry to USD undergraduate and graduate students and the provision of pastoral care which reflects and fosters the Catholic mission and identity of the university.  The incumbent is responsible for collaborating with the University Ministry Team and colleagues across campus to implement faith formation programs, facilitate service experiences as well as reflection on those experiences, foster the spiritual enrichment of university community members, and promote ecumenical outreach.  

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
The responsibilities described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • In collaboration with the University Ministry Team, assist with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of retreats and other reflective activities and programs.   
  • Assist with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of service and social justice events; facilitate reflection programs and activities designed to maximize the impact of those events and which incorporate the principles of Catholic Social Thought.
  • In collaboration with the University Ministry Team, assist with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of faith formation activities including formal Sacramental preparation programs as well as creative and developmentally appropriate catechetical programs.
  • In collaboration with the University Ministry Team, assist with the planning and facilitation of a variety of liturgical celebrations, including the weekly Sunday evening liturgies, regularly occurring University-wide liturgies, as well as liturgies and periods of prayer which are a component of retreats, immersion experiences, or other programs.
  • Advise, counsel and mentor students; be available for pastoral care and spiritual companioning.
  • Serve on University Ministry committees and task forces; collaborate with other UM staff on other programs; serve on university committees as assigned.

Requirements
Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience

  • Practicing Roman Catholic with demonstrated familiarity with ministry in a university, ecumenical and interfaith context.
  • Masters of Divinity Degree or a Master of Arts Degree in a closely related field or the equivalent experience.
  • Two (2) years of Campus Ministry experience -- either as a participant, student leader, or in a professional role -- at a Catholic college or university, Newman Center or related setting, or five (5) years of ministry experience in other, related areas.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Rigorous theological education and ability to communicate theological, catechetical, and spiritual concepts to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively and creatively as a member of a team.
  • Sufficient initiative and confidence to work individually.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with facilitating group discussions, group reflections, and faith sharing group activities.
  • Skill in planning and coordinating retreat programs and other reflection activities. 
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, coordinate, mentor, and support teams of student leaders.
  • Extensive experience in designing and implementing service and justice experiences that lead students to theological reflection and vocational discernment.
  • Skill in creating and delivering spiritual growth activities for undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Extensive knowledge of Catholic faith and practice.
  • Ability to communicate the Catholic faith through formal programs and informal relational settings.
  • Thorough knowledge of student development issues.
  • Ability to support and guide students in issues related to the integration of their faith.
  • Excellent organizational skills.

Preferred Qualifications
Education and Experience

  • At least two (2) years of professional Campus Ministry experience in a university setting. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to communicate in Spanish
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to drive University vehicles

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED

  • Personal Computer, Fax machine, Telephone, Copier, Printer, University-owned vehicles.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

  • Standing, walking, sitting in office chairs and vehicles, talking, hearing. Lifting 25 pounds occasionally.

 WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

The work environment is generally indoors in an office setting.  The noise level is usually quiet to moderate.  Location is accessible by stairs and/or elevator.  Occasionally the environment will be in an outdoor setting at a retreat facility.

NOTE: The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various aspects of the position and the types of responsibilities that may be performed.  The omission of specific statements does not exclude them from the position if work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.  The position description does not constitute an employment agreement between employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.

Application
Interested candidates should apply via the University of San Diego web site: www.sandiego.edu/hr/jobs. For more information about the position, contact Michael Lovette-Colyer at 619.260.4251 or mlovettecolyer@sandiego.edu.


Campus Minister - University of Holy Cross
New Orleans, Lousiana

Description
University of Holy Cross invites applications for the position of Campus Minister. Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled. This is a full-time position responsible for providing pastoral care and encourage religious growth in cooperation with the Vice President of Mission Integration; establish goals, develop action programs, and conduct evaluations; coordinate religious services and celebrations in accordance with University needs, interact with external groups or agencies and maintain professional affiliations and awareness of current professional trends, research, etc; serve on appropriate committees, demonstrate support for the University and participate in activities; provide pastoral presence on appropriate occasions whenever possible.

Requirements
Applicants must possess a pastoral demeanor, good communication skills, experience with Microsoft Office Applications, prior experience in higher education campus ministry preferred; M.A. in Theology and/or Counseling, and knowledge of the Catholic faith and traditions; Roman Catholic preferred.

Application
Applicants who meet the qualifications listed above are invited to send résumé, three letters of recommendation and official college transcripts to: University of Holy Cross Human Resources Department 4123 Woodland Drive New Orleans, LA 70131 Fax: (504) 391-2421. Email: cwaguespack@uhcno.edu.


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


Campus Minister- SMU Catholic Campus Ministry
Southern Methodist University

Dallas, Texas

Description
Reporting to the Associate Director, this position is primarily responsible for developing and implementing community building, faith formation and leadership development initiatives at SMU Catholic. The minister will be responsible for leading the Ministry’s campus outreach, fellowship and women’s programs. In addition, the minister will be responsible for increasing discipleship and leadership development among campus ministry student leaders. As an integral member of the campus ministry staff, this minister will contribute to ministry vision, strategy and overall ministry growth and vibrancy. This minister will have the heart for the SMU Catholic mission while possessing a business mindset that brings discipline, innovation and analysis to better serve the students, Board of Directors and the ministry benefactors.

Since 1932 SMU Catholic Campus Ministry has been serving the students, faculty and local Catholic community in Dallas, Texas. Today, Catholic students represent the largest faith denomination on campus. The SMU Catholic mission is to form servant leaders by KNOWING and LOVING God, self and neighbor in order to SERVE others.

Essential Duties

  • Lead planning and activation of all SMU Catholic community building, outreach and evangelization programs/events.
  • Supervise and advise the Servant Leadership Council (SLC) in visualizing, planning, and executing ministry activities, and serves as liaison between SLC and the SMU Catholic Staff.
  • Meet for individual discipleship with SMU Catholic women, particularly those in leadership positions.
  • Plan and execute Women’s fall and Lenten retreats.
  • Assist in creation and curation of applicable social media content.
  • Assist in creation of “in-house” print communications for ministry events.
  • Grow new programs; e. g., Jericho (“praise and worship” campus event.)
  • Recruit participants for retreat and ministry programs.
  • Assist with Masses and other liturgical activities as needed.

Requirements
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities

  • Strong Interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to cultivate good relationships on campus.
  • Excellent ability to relate to and engage students/young adults.
  • Organization, planning, and administrative skills.
  • Commitment to ongoing formation and personal development.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Adaptability/flexibility.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Practicing Catholic with a strong working knowledge of the Catholic faith.
  • Able to direct and guide leadership formation of young adults.
  • Ability to demonstrate and articulate faith within a university setting.
  • Self-starter; self-motivated.
  • Strong working knowledge of social media/analysis and social trends.
  • Proficient in writing/editing, graphic design, communication, strategic thinking, and able to work both independently and in a team setting.
  • Strong organizational skills and creativity.
  • Strong conflict resolution skills.

Education and Experience

  • Undergraduate degree.
  • Degree or enrollment in Master’s program in Theology or related field, preferred.
  • Experience in Campus Ministry or Young Adult Ministry, preferred.
  • Event planning experience, preferred.
  • Experience in social media and digital culture.

Application
To be considered for this position please submit your resume and cover letter highlighting your relevant experience, salary requirements and potential starting date to Deacon Jake Schroepfer at jschroepfer@mail.smu.edu.


Assistant Director of Campus Ministry - St. Thomas More Newman Center at University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, Missouri

Description
The St. Thomas More Newman Center serving the University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) and two other colleges is accepting applications for the Assistant Director of Campus Ministry. The Assistant Director reports directly to the Director of Campus Ministry and serves with a team of priests, two other professional campus ministry staff, FOCUS missionaries, and student interns. 

The Assistant Director for Campus Ministry has a primary emphasis in ministries related to evangelization, retreats, spirituality, service, and communications. An excellent candidate will live the Catholic faith in his/her daily life, balance a Catholic theological background with pastoral skills, and have strong communication, organization, and planning skills.  

Responsibilities

  • Be an active presence at the Student Mass and support other events led by students. 

  • Serve as a resource to students for spiritual and/or leadership needs.

  • Oversee comprehensive retreat program, including the Awakenings Retreat program.

  • Oversee student outreach, including summer outreach to incoming Catholic students, all welcome events and initiatives throughout the year.

  • Serve as the Campus Ministry liaison to the Communication Director to coordinate advertising and outreach efforts.

  • Manage football parking season pass sales; staff parking lot for Mizzou home football games.

  • Oversee evangelization ministries (including campus involvement, Greek ministry, Men’s ministry, women’s ministry).

  • Assist with leadership formation.

  • Track and analyze data related to campus ministry.

  • Attend mission trips and/or other trips, as needed.

  • Be an involved member of the Mizzou Association of Campus Religious Advisors.

  • Be an involved member of the Catholic Campus Ministry Association and maintain (or work towards) certification.

  • Fulfill office duties in a timely manner.

  • Other duties, as assigned. 

Requirements 

  • Practicing Catholic. 

  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s preferred. 

  • Coursework in theology or a related area preferred. 

  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience in Campus Ministry required. 

  • Facility with social media and informational technology skills and ministry resources. 

  • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed for the ministry.

  • Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.  

Application
Please submit cover letter, resume, and three current professional references by February 17, 2017, to Angelle Hall, Director of Campus Ministry at angelle.hall@comonewman.org


Music Minister - St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish, University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas

Description
The Music Minister of St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish, in conjunction with the parish Liturgical Committee, is the individual responsible for the overall liturgical music landscape of St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish, a Roman Catholic parish. The Music Minister will work in concert with the parish Liturgical Committee to plan and organize the liturgical music for each Sunday liturgy and to ensure that the musicians and cantors lead the community well in its execution. The Music Minister will receive feedback and guidance from the Liturgical Committee as well as the Pastor in order to provide music suitable for the nature of each Sunday Mass (as well as Holy Days). The Music Minister will also be responsible for recruiting members of the St. Thomas community, especially but not limited to university students, to assist in playing or singing so as to lead the congregation in liturgical worship of God. The Music Minister may be called upon to aid the Campus Ministers and Pastor in other services throughout the year. The Music Minister reports to the Pastor, in coordination with the Liturgical Committee.

Requirements

  • Plan and organize music for each Sunday Mass, in conjunction with Liturgical Committee
  • Ensure each Mass has at least one (1) musician and one (1) cantor
  • Make routine visits to each of the Sunday Masses to ensure the choice and execution of music is suitable for the liturgy
  • Organize sheet music each week, both for musicians and for congregation (bulletins)
  • Maintain music area in the Church and in the Sacristy
  • Organize hymnals before/after each Mass
  • Be familiar with Roman Catholic liturgy as guided by the Roman Catholic General Instruction of the Roman Missal
  • Maintain sound system
  • Work with the Liturgical Committee Chair to schedule and facilitate monthly music meetings with Liturgical Committee
  • Receive feedback and guidance from Liturgical Committee and Pastor
  • Hold additional practices throughout the week with soloist, musicians, or those needing assistance

Additional responsibilities

  • Recruit and develop congregation participation
  • Help organize musicians for Praise Unplugged on Wednesday evenings
  • Help plan and produce a “Blue Book” as music resource
  • Aid the Campus Ministers and Pastor in other services throughout the year as requested

Payment
The position is paid approximately $800-1000 per month as a part time employee of the Diocese of Little Rock at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish.

Application
Send cover letter and resume to ccm@uark.edu. Start date will be February 15, 2017 (or when filled.) 


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.


Director of the Emmaus Center - St. Norbert College
De Pere, Wisconsin

Description
St. Norbert College a nationally-ranked, private, Catholic, liberal arts college is seeking a Director for the Emmaus Center, a key ministry hub on campus. This director-level position will oversee ministry efforts previously housed within Campus Ministry and Faith, Learning & Vocation. Work will include: supervision of professional staff (who, in turn, supervise over 20 student staff positions,) as well as primary responsibility for budget, strategic planning, and assessment efforts for the Center. In addition to these administrative responsibilities, this position will lead or co-lead ministry offerings, including prayer experiences, small groups, and retreat opportunities, for students and other members of the college community.

Requirements
For a detailed job description and required minimum qualifications, please visit: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1utUFKEhus9eM-cKxTonFOwdkYNUJgxTXte2lMv0UDK4

Application
St. Norbert College, a Catholic institution rooted in the Norbertine tradition, welcomes applications from members of all backgrounds and faith traditions. The College’s mission emphasizes the Norbertine vision of community and includes providing “an educational environment that fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development.” We seek those who will contribute to our mission and support our commitment to building a vibrant, diverse and spiritually engaged community (http://www.snc.edu/mission/statement.html). The College offers an outstanding benefits package including health, dental, and life insurance, retirement plan; paid time-off and tuition waiver.

For best consideration, applications should be submitted by Wednesday, January 25, 2017. However, applications will continue to be accepted until position is filled. To apply, please go to: https://snc.csod.com/ats/careersite/search.aspx?site=1&c=snc. St. Norbert College is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to enhancing the diversity and cultural competency of its students, faculty, staff and administration.


Student Ministry Coordinator - Elon University
Elon, North Carolina

Description
The Student Ministry Coordinator is a recent graduate who spends a year of service on the Catholic Campus Ministry team. The Student Ministry Coordinator is hired by the Diocese of Raleigh and is accountable to the Campus Ministry Staff at Elon University. The internship is a 10-month (August to May), 40 hours/week position (more or less depending on week), with an option of returning for a second year. While there are specified responsibilities, there is ample room for creativity and innovation.

Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

  • Evangelize and minister to the Catholic undergraduate population in order to build up the Catholic Campus Ministry program at Elon
    • Be present with students at CCM activities including Sunday, Wednesday and Friday Masses, dinners, weekend retreats, weeklong alternative break trips, social activities, service events, etc.
    • Invite students to CCM programs, activities, and small groups, especially through personal outreach
    • Build and foster relationships with individual students, with particular concern to first-year students, through one-on-one and team meetings
  • Support CCM Servant Leaders (student leadership team)
    • Work with Servant Leaders to plan and implement student-led activities and programs
    • Help to provide leadership, guidance and encouragement
    • Attend weekly planning meetings
  • Function as Resident Advisor at Elon Newman Center (houses Student Ministry Coordinator and 3-6 students)
  • Assist Campus Minister with the RCIA program, culminating in the Diocesan-wide Confirmation Mass
  • Function as a team with the CCM Staff to perform various administrative tasks and attend larger meeting

Requirements
General Qualifications:

  • A practicing Catholic
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • A recent graduate, within the past 2 years
  • Team-oriented
  • Able to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends
  • Outgoing, enthusiastic
  • Basic computer skills
  • Current valid driver’s license


Application
The full application and job description for the Student Ministry Coordinator position can be found at http://org.elon.edu/ccm/studentministrycoordinator. Please review the application and job description thoroughly. Applications for the 2017-2018 academic year will be accepted on a rolling basis with priority given to applications received by February 28, 2017. The application must be turned in along with a resume. As part of the hiring process, interviews with the CCM staff will be scheduled shortly after the application is received and reviewed.


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 at wkjordan@charlottediocese.org. Resumes will be accepted until April 30. For more information or questions contact Kay at 704.370.3243.


Coordinator of Dominican Ministries - Albertus Magnus College; New Haven, Connecticut

Description
The Coordinator of Dominican Ministries with the Dominican Mission Officer will design and implement a plan in collaboration with other college groups that promotes the Dominican values of study, prayer/spirituality, community and service. This program will provide leadership, direction and opportunities in light of the developmental needs of students from the day and adult divisions. The position reports to the Assistant to the President for Dominican Mission.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
This plan will include some of the elements listed below:

  • Coordinate local service opportunities
  • Provide Catholic and interfaith prayer services
  • Oversight of the chapel
  • Membership on the liturgical planning committee
  • Membership on the Advisory Committee for the Promotion of Dominican Mission
  • Develop a student coordinating committee, i.e. Dominican Team
  • Plan mini-retreat programs
  • Provide opportunities for student preaching
  • Provide study opportunities related to Catholic Social Teaching, Scripture, interfaith dialog, Dominican tradition
  • Promote and encourage student participation in the Dominican College Preaching Conference, and Dominican Volunteers USA
  • Promote opportunities that engage student interests offered by the college and local community
  • Prayer opportunities related to life experiences, needs of the community
  • Collaboration with student services and service program personnel

Requirements

  • BA (MA preferred) in theology, pastoral ministry, divinity or related fields/disciplines
  • Experience in young adult ministry
  • Experience in a Catholic Academic and/or Pastoral Ministry setting preferred
  • Ability to work collaboratively within the college community, good communication skills, flexibility with time and schedules, committed to working with a culturally diverse, young adult population.
  • In order to meet student needs this position will have a flexible schedule which requires some weekend and evening hours.  Periodically this position will require some multi-day experiences such as the Dominican College Preaching Conference and student outreach experiences.
  • 25 hours per week during the Academic year from mid-August until June 1.

Application
Please send a cover letter and resume to:
Joan Scanlon, OP, Albertus Magnus College, 700 Prospect, New Haven, CT 06511 or  by January 20, 2017.


Campus Minister, Syracuse University/SUNY ESF
Syracuse, New York

Description
The Catholic Center serving Syracuse University & SUNY ESF is seeking a strong, energetic Catholic to serve as Catholic Campus Minister. The Campus Minister will initiate and manage religious programming and form relationships with students. Most tasks listed below are completed with the participation of student leaders. The position reports to the Roman Catholic Chaplain.

Duties

  • Pastoral presence: Use outlined duties as opportunity to develop relationships with students, provide spiritual counsel and connect to additional resources

Programs:

  • Retreats: Develop materials, recruit and train leaders, recruit participants, schedule spaces for 7 retreats per year
  • Leadership Development: Support and advise student ministry initiatives, supervise Catholic Registered Student Organization, attend leadership development conferences with students, lead regular formation opportunities
  • Service: Work with student to schedule and coordinate monthly service trips, Organize service mission trips
  • Weekly Dinner: Place dinner order, coordinate set up and clean up
  • RCIA: Use Chosen resource to guide students through RCIA process, meeting one on one to answer questions as needed
  • Freshman Welcome & Outreach: Work with student leaders to schedule, advertise and run Welcome events
  • Liturgy: Be present for Sunday and weekday Masses. Train, Schedule & Remind Liturgical Ministers. Set up and clean up for Mass and prayer services.
  • Administrative: Manage communication through listserv announcements, reminders, social media, and website. Track participation. Supervise student interns.
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements
Bachelor’s degree, one to three years of experience in ministry leadership

Qualifications: Strong written and oral communication, Microsoft Office, Social media. Practicing Catholic with strong prayer life and interpersonal skills.

Salary: commensurate with experience

Application
Interested parties should send their cover letter, resume and C.V. to Fr. Gerry Waterman, OFM Conv., Campus Ministry, 110 Walnut Place, Syracuse, NY 13210. Start date is May 31, 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.


Campus Minister for Liturgy - Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania

Description
Villanova University is seeking a full-time Campus Liturgist. The Campus Minister for Liturgy is responsible for facilitating the worship life of the Villanova University community by coordinating and providing quality liturgical experiences that celebrate and strengthen the journey of faith of students, faculty and staff. More information is available at jobs.villanova.edu.

Requirements

  • Masters degree in Liturgy is required. A Masters degree in Theology or Pastoral Ministry may be considered if applicant has significant experience coordinating worship and the liturgical life of a community.
  • Competency in coordinating Roman Catholic liturgical rites.
  • Some fluency in current academic research and theological scholarship related to liturgy.
  • Competency in theological reflection, Scripture, styles of prayer, group facilitation and formation.
  • Knowledge of the psychological and spiritual development of young adults (such as the work of James Fowler, Lawrence Kohlberg, and Sharon Parks).
  • Good organizational and reporting skills.
  • Flexibility in work schedule, including evening and weekend hours.
  • Two to three years of experience coordinating worship and the liturgical life of a parish or University community is strongly preferred.
  • Successful candidate may be lay or ordained.
  • D.Min. or Ph.D. with an emphasis in liturgy or sacramental theology is preferred.

Application
Please complete the application found on jobs.villanova.edu.