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De La Salle High School seeks a president for July 2021. De La Salle is a private Catholic high school for young men founded in 1965 by the De La Salle Christian Brothers of the District of San Francisco. Located 30 miles east of San Francisco and primarily serving students of Contra Costa County, the 20-acre campus is characterized by openness and beauty and can accommodate 1,050 students. The position is available July, 2021.

For more information regarding the search and the application process, please see the search prospectus.

Please address all inquiries to Mathew Heersche at MHeersche@edu-directions.com

I am delighted to announce that Carney Sandoe & Associates has been retained to recruit the next High School Principal at Sacred Heart Academy, a premiere independent Catholic high school for girls in Louisville, KY.  The position is available July, 2021.

Founded in 1877 by the Ursuline Sisters as the Academy of the Sacred Heart, Sacred Heart Academy is one division of the multi-division Sacred Heart Schools.  Sacred Heart is dedicated to a vision of "creating enlightened scholars, compassionate leaders of high character and responsible citizens who make a difference across Kentucky and around the world."  The gorgeous and sprawling 49-acre campus is a home to more than 1,700 total students from age 1 in the Preschool to seniors in high school.  Sacred Heart Schools is the only accredited IB District in the state of Kentucky. 

Please click HERE to read the complete position description.

Founded in 1967 by the Society of Jesus, De Smet in St. Louis, enrolls 679 students and is deeply proud of its local reputation as “The Jesuit school for every boy.” The rudiments of a Capital Campaign and Master Facilities Plan have been developed by the board and await the arrival of the next president. In addition, the school is in the fourth year of a strategic plan that is on schedule and achieving traction. This is one of the most exciting and attractive Catholic school leadership opportunities in the country. The position is available July, 2021.

 

As with all Jesuit secondary schools, De Smet operates in the President/Principal Model and now seeks a visionary and faith-filled leader who will build on this compelling momentum and work closely and collegially with the principal and senior leadership team in taking this fine school to the next level.

See complete position profile HERE.


 

Since 1922, Resurrection College Prep has been educating young women to be strong leaders who carry out the school’s motto of Charity & Truth.  As the largest all-girls school on the north side of Chicago, Resurrection College Prep High School offers a rigorous and challenging education for all students in a supportive environment.  Resurrection College Prep is large enough to offer a broad curriculum where the needs of all students can be met, from the most challenging Advanced Placement classes to available learning support services.

 

The school was founded by the Sisters of the Resurrection, but sponsorship has now been transferred to the Christian Brothers of the Midwest Lasallian network of schools. Joining the Lasallian network has secured its legacy and positioned it for future growth.  With an enrollment of almost 500 students, Resurrection College Prep serves a diverse student population from across the city and suburbs. 

 

This is an exciting opportunity for someone committed to all girls’ education and who desires to have a positive impact in an exciting urban setting. As the school approaches its 100th anniversary in 2022, the next President will have the chance to celebrate its storied history while envisioning the next chapter of excellence for this joyful school. 

 

The position profile is currently under development and will be posted soon. For now, please click HERE to visit the school’s website.


 

Founded in 1903 by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales, Salesianum School is a high performing independent school serving 939 students in grades 9-12. The school is rock solid in every material and spiritual sense. Recent fundraising activity has been extraordinary and has produced some of the largest gifts ever given to a Catholic secondary school in the country. We are on a fast track to meet the board's desire for a hiring decision by Christmas. 

 

The school operates in the President/Principal Model. To qualify, you will need to be a practicing Catholic and accomplished servant leader with a portfolio of leadership success. The board welcomes candidates from other Catholic, charter or independent schools as well as accomplished executives from various mission-critical career venues such as higher education; non-profit foundations, associations, charities and the like; or the corporate, civic, and professional services arenas. While knowledge of education and school operations is preferred, other qualities and experiences are also valued, especially visionary, entrepreneurial leadership and the ability to inspire, lead a high performing team, and create demand for the extraordinary gifts of a Salesianum School education.

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Located in the heart of Oakland’s historic Fruitvale district at the Saint Elizabeth Campus, Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School (CRDLS) is a diverse, Lasallian Catholic learning community that educates young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. A rigorous and personalized college preparatory curriculum integrated with a corporate work study experience prepares students to succeed in college and in life.

CRDLS is seeking a Principal. The school is sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, District of San Francisco New Orleans. A member of the Cristo Rey Network, CRDLS utilizes a Corporate Work Study Program modeled after the successful programs at all 37 Cristo Rey Network schools. All students are required to complete a college preparatory curriculum and participate in the Work Study Program. Under this Corporate Work Study Program, each student is employed one day per week by a local business or community agency to provide tuition assistance and complement the school’s on-site curricular program.

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Located in the heart of Oakland’s historic Fruitvale district at the Saint Elizabeth Campus, Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School (CRDLS) is a diverse, Lasallian Catholic learning community that educates young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. A rigorous and personalized college preparatory curriculum integrated with a corporate work-study experience prepares students to succeed in college and in life.
 

Under the supervision of the Vice President of the Corporate Work Study Program, the Business Development Manager is responsible for directly increasing client acquisition, new FTEs and revenue for Cristo Rey De La Salle’s Corporate Work Study Program. You will source, drive, and build new relationships with strategic partners. Additionally, you will identify, negotiate and present the Corporate Work Study Program to new clients and maintain a good working relationship with all partners. As the Business Development Manager, you will work directly with the CRDLS Leadership Team members in delivering a clear and credible vision for the CWSP sales team. You will understand customer relationships and provide insight to achieve strategic goals and maximize revenues.

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Located in the heart of Oakland’s historic Fruitvale district at the Saint Elizabeth Campus, Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School (CRDLS) is a diverse, Lasallian Catholic learning community that educates young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. A rigorous and personalized college preparatory curriculum integrated with a corporate work-study experience prepares students to succeed in college and in life.

Under the supervision of the Vice President of the Corporate Work Study Program, the CWSP Business Instructor will largely be responsible for developing and delivering content to help strengthen students’ professional skills. A critical function of the CWSP Business Instructor is to strengthen student workforce readiness, with the purpose to better prepare our students for success in the Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP) and in the 21st century knowledge-based workforce. The CWSP Business Instructor will have a chance to build on established fundamentals while creating new content and programs. The CWSP Business Instructor will help in continuing the success of this venture, preparing our students as they are introduced to the corporate work world.

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Located in the heart of Oakland’s historic Fruitvale district at the Saint Elizabeth Campus, Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School (CRDLS) is a diverse, Lasallian Catholic learning community that educates young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. A rigorous and personalized college preparatory curriculum integrated with a corporate work-study experience prepares students to succeed in college and in life.

With the Vice President of the Corporate Work Study Program, the Operations Manager manages and coordinates the day-to-day operations of the corporate work-study program, is a primary link to the school’s Corporate Partners, administers the professional development of the students, and joins in promoting the overall development of the student according to Lasallian educational principles and the mission of the school. The Operations Manager focuses on communication and job retention strategy with current sponsors and student-workers training and performance on campus creating an environment for remote workers.

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At ICA Cristo Rey, we are committed to the principles of restorative justice and wholeness rather than punitive practices. The Dean of Student of Culture works collaboratively to foster
the character formation and social/moral development of each ICA Cristo Rey student. The Dean is responsible for school safety, student behavior and expectations, and attendance.
She/he maintains student records for attendance, tardiness, health, and behavior and serves as the liaison to the surrounding community and other schools concerning off-campus safety, behavior, and other student-life issues.

Qualifications:
● Bachelor’s degree
● Teaching experience preferred
● Experience effectively working with an urban, culturally diverse student population
● Proficiency in Spanish preferred but not required

Application Process:
● Send resume, cover letter and references to: gfornero@icacademy.org


Answer the following question:
At ICA Cristo Rey, it is important for us to maintain basic standards as a college-prep school with a corporate work-study program. We have expectations for student attire; we have policies governing the use of personal technology at school; we must have students arriving on time and staying accountable for their behavior and responsibilities; and perhaps most importantly, we have stated expectations to help our students treat each other, and the adults at school, with respect and maturity. It is essential that these standards are upheld and maintained across the whole community.
At the same time, we must be conscious of the challenges our students face outside of school, and we must make efforts to "meet them where they are," treating them with an attitude of patience and restorative justice. How will you balance the upholding and maintenance of stated expectations with the need of our students to have encouragement and compassion to grow? Given all the above, what do you believe is an effective approach to students who struggle with boundaries and procedures? (Maximum Response: 500 words)

Catholic Middle School Jobs

Nativity Worcester currently has sixty (60) students. The academic program is led by a principal, a team of passionate teachers, a school counselor, a STEM teacher, a student support coordinator, and a graduate support team. Essential to our staff is the Nativity Fellows, a group of eight recent college graduates who are committed to educating and supporting Worcester’s under-resourced boys. In two-year rotations, Nativity Fellows teach or co-teach three to four class periods per day in addition to serving as advisors, tutors, proctors, coaches, nurses, janitors, drivers, monitors, and managers of all other responsibilities that promote students’ well-being. Fellows live together in a community house (“Casa Maria”), share a monthly food budget, and earn graduate degrees tuition-free at area colleges. Three Nativity graduates have worked as Nativity Fellows at our school and one as a member of the graduate support team -- giving back to the place that had for so long been their home.

Nativity Worcester seeks a President who will provide enthusiastic mission-centered leadership of programs, fundraising, administration, finance and people/team development. This is a position that requires energy, passion, and willingness to “get your hands dirty” in engaging with the work of the school. The President will be accountable to a 24-person Board of Trustees that includes educators, clergy, nonprofit administrators, business leaders, and attorneys. It is an engaged board, and a number of its members remain from when the school first opened its doors in 2003. 

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Catholic Elementary School Jobs

Ecole Notre Dame des Victories (NDV) is a Catholic elementary school located near the  financial district of San Francisco. NDV seeks a long-term substitute teacher/administrative aide  from January 5, 2021 through June 11, 2021 (teacher is on a family leave). The candidate will  be a regular substitute co-teacher in a self contained classroom and may also perform other  substitute teaching as needed. The candidate will also perform administrative and other tasks as  needed to support the smooth operation of the school.  

Qualifications:  

● Must be a practicing Catholic 

● Four-year undergraduate degree  

● California teaching credential  

● Minimum four years experience in elementary school 

● Basic technology proficiency with G Suite and Microsoft Office 

● Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills 

● Willing to be flexible and assist as needed 

Compensation is competitive. 

Please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for references to Sarah Currier  (Principal) at office@ndvsf.org.


 

Saint Patrick Catholic School proclaims the Gospel by offering families with children in grades pre-kindergarten through eight an exceptional Catholic education built upon character formation, spiritual development, leadership training, relational insight, academic rigor, physical well-being, and an ethic of service. Located in Norfolk, Virginia, this independent Catholic school is a unique and joyful faith-learning community committed to the intentional total formation of each student. As a school dedicated to educating and nurturing the whole child to be a Christ-centered, compassionate, and courageous servant leader, Saint Patrick embraces the belief that the ultimate goal of education is to love God and serve others. 

The next Head of School/Principal will need to be a practicing Catholic who embraces the sense of family and community at the School. Embracing the Glasser Quality School Model will be an expectation for the new Head of School/Principal, thus perpetuating the original mission and vision of the founding Board.

Additional qualities and characteristics that are important for the next Head of School/Principal to possess include someone who is:

  • A good listener who is approachable, warm, and caring;
  • An energetic and enthusiastic servant leader who is compassionate about children;
  • A mission-appropriate visionary who can build relationships that will lead to building a larger donor base;
  • An ambitious administrator who can take the School into its next chapter of excellence; and
  • An effective communicator who can be the external face of the School in the larger Norfolk community.

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to contact the consultants in confidence. Candidates will ultimately need to submit the following materials as separate PDF documents:

  • A cover letter expressing their interest in this particular position;
  • A current résumé
  • A one-page statement of educational philosophy and practice; and
  • A list of five professional references with name, phone number, and email address of each (references will not be contacted without the candidate’s permission). 

Send to:

Barbara Daush

Senior Consultant

 barbara.daush@carneysandoe.com

Bob Regan

Senior Consultant and Practice Group Leader, Catholic Schools Practice

bob.regan@carneysandoe.com

 

 

Friends School of Baltimore (FSB), founded in 1784 is Baltimore's oldest private school. Located on 34 acres in northern Baltimore City, FSB is a rigorous, college preparatory school grounded in the Quaker values of truth, equality, simplicity, community, and peaceful resolution of conflict.  Its student body is diverse, engaged, creative, and accomplished.  

Friends School of Baltimore believes that creating and sustaining a thoughtful and caring community is everyone's responsibility and it is taken to heart. Whether in the classroom or on the playing field, collaborating with classmates or working with faculty, the Quaker value of community shapes all of its interactions, programs, and policies.

 

For any questions or inquiries please email the Search Committee at HoSSearch@friendsbalt.org 

Miscellaneous Jobs

The Kino Border Initiative is a 501(C3) non-profit organization located in Nogales, Arizona.  It focuses its work on humanitarian assistance, education, research, and advocacy as it relates to the phenomenon of migration.

The Director of Communications is responsible for humanizing the realities of migration and encouraging engagement from individuals and communities through various communication tools, including a bilingual, content-rich, and interactive social media presence, a monthly newsletter, connections with traditional media, and the KBI annual report. Please see the full position description here: KBI Director of Communications Posting

To apply please send a cover letter, writing sample, resume, and contact information with three professional references to: Joanna Williams jwilliams@kinoborderinitiative.org

 

IVC, a Jesuit-founded, national non-profit organization serving the needs of the poor through the service work of experienced men and women aged 50 or better, seeks a part-time regional director for our San Diego program.

Successful candidate will have broad experience in:

  • recruitment and support to members and nonprofits
  • program, fundraising, and network development
  • office management, budgets, finances, and reports
  • marketing: social media, publications, and public speaking
  • work with diverse groups in the San Diego Area
  • Commitment to meeting the needs of the poor
  • adult faith formation and Ignatian spirituality

Letter of application and resume should be submitted to Becky Ehrman, IVC Vice-President of Programming at Behrman@ivcusa.org

Please include the manes and contact information for two references.