Organizations all over the country have reached out to the college with employment opportunities. We hope one is meant for you.

Current Job Postings


The Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, Gaudium Et Spes, begins:
“The joys and the hopes, the griefs and the anxieties of the men of this age, especially
those who are poor or in any way afflicted, these are the joys and hopes, the griefs and
anxieties of the followers of Christ.” It is in this spirit and responding to the needs of the
Church of the 21st Century that the Mission and Ministry of St Edmund’s Retreat offers a
multifaceted series of programs and activities. Inviting all those who cross our causeway,
walk our grounds, pray in our Chapel, share our table, or join us online to experience a
deeper intimacy with God through hope, healing, and spiritual renewal.
There are three major foci for the programs and activities of St. Edmund’s Retreat:
• Programs and activities which promote opportunities for spiritual renewal
• Programs and activities that promote and support healing and recovery
• Programs and activities that create and introduct an experience of beauty

Position Responsibilities:
• Develops strategies, plans and procedures
• Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth
• Establish policies that promote company culture and vision
• Oversee daily operations of the Ministry and the work of executives (Buildings and
Grounds, Kitchen, Housekeeping, IT, Marketing, Sales, Finance etc.)
• Lead employees to encourage maximum performance and dedication
• Evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics
• Write and submit reports to the CEO in all matters of importance
• Assist CEO in fundraising ventures
• Participate in expansion activities (investments, acquisitions, corporate alliances etc.)
• Manage relationships with partners/vendor

Position Requirements:
• Practicing Catholic
• Proven experience in Finance/Operations or relevant role
• Understanding of business functions such as HR, Finance, marketing etc.
• Some experience with Capital projects, construction and maintenance
• Demonstrable competency in strategic planning and business development
• Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities
• Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills
• Aptitude in decision-making and problem-solving
• BSc/BA in Business Administration or relevant field; MSc/MBA is a plus

Essential Position Duties:
Accounting and Financial Operations
• Supervises and partners with the Controller in providing and directing policies,
procedures, and systems necessary to maintain proper internal controls and accounting
• Serves as a Member of the Finance Committee
• Oversee the development of the Annual Budget
• Manages and oversees annual audit processes and the relationships with the
organization’s independent auditors.
• Oversees the preparation of the St. Edmund Annual Report.
• Ensures compliance with relevant state, local and federal regulations.

Strategic Planning and Analysis
• Works with CEO and staff to prepare comprehensive strategic plan.
• Prepares goals, objectives, and strategies for the Island in conjunction with the
Leadership Team along with the specific goals, objectives, and strategies with the
various Board Committees.

• Prepares and communicates the Island’s operating and financial performance versus its
budgets, goals, objectives, and strategies.
• Oversees the preparation of financial analyses, forecasts, and recommendations on
financial strategies for consideration by the Finance Committee and Trustees.

• Oversees the plant, kitchen, and maintenance staff.
• Supervises Development and Events staff.

Real Estate Management
• Coordinates the management of real estate with the Director Maintenance and
• Works with the Director of Special Projects, the Building Committee and the President
on Capital Projects for the renewal, renovation, and repurposing of our infrastructure
and new building initiatives in line with the strategic plan for review and approval of the
President and Trustees.

Technology and Information Systems
• Supervises and partners with the IT in the development and execution of our five-year
technology plan for the Island to support Marketing, Finance, HR, Development and
Retreat Operations.
• Collaborates with the IT staff to ensure strong internal controls and security within our
• Responsible for financial systems implementation and upgrades.
• Recommends improvements and changes to systems.

Essential Qualifications:
• Willingness and ability to support the Mission and Ministry of the Church and St
Edmund’s Retreat and the work of the President of St Edmund’s Retreat.
• Active member of a parish/faith community in good standing with the Church.
• Demonstrated excellence in communications skills, both verbal and written, as well as
interpersonal skills.
• Demonstrated skills in leading, coaching, mentoring, developing, and assisting

• BA/BS required. MBA preferred.

• At least 5 years of experience working as a general manager of a mid-large complex
• Demonstrated record of progressive and relevant financial accomplishments.
• Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in staffing consultative structures.
• Experienced in successfully communicating complex financial and other quantitative
information in ways that can be understood by a wide variety of audiences.
• Previous experience creating and implementing strategic plan.
• Working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
• Working knowledge of systems applications, infrastructure, security, and controls.
Other Elements
• Knowledge and understanding of the business and financial affairs of a not-for-profit
• Demonstrated successful leadership experience to enable people to work together and
assist diverse and sometimes polarized groups reach consensus on a variety of issues.
• Ability to develop the trust of the various constituencies served.
• Understanding of and appreciation for this position as a ministry, not just a job.

Benefits: Commensurate with background, education, and experience.
Highly competitive and comprehensive benefits package.
Details are available from Human Resources.
Travel: 20%, minimal overnight travel.

Application Deadline: September 30, 2022

(Note: We reserve the right to shorten the deadline for applications
if we have sufficient interest. Please apply early to ensure your
background will be considered.)
For consideration, please email resume to:
Patrick Lynch
Managing Director
Catholic Recruiter Associates

Note: Only those selected for an interview with the search committee will be contacted.


The Diocese of Lincoln has an opening: Director of the Office of Discipleship & Mission.  This position is responsible for all diocesan programming involving discipleship, evangelical efforts, marriage, and family life.  This includes the evaluation, development, oversight, and administration of diocesan programming concerning evangelization and faith formation.  Please send resume and cover letter to Marsha Bartek at marsha-bartek@lincolnd… or 3400 Sheridan Boulevard, Lincoln, NE 68506.

Job Goal: To teach children and youth of the District the basic program as assigned by subject and grade level.
Reports To: Building Principal
Qualifications: Wyoming PTSB certification appropriate for the subject and grade level or both.
Elementary certification preferred; secondary certification considered.

Performance Responsibilities:
1. Understands and abides by St. Margaret’s Catholic School policies and stays current in
changes in such policies through procedures described by the Board.
2. Establishes and fosters a cooperative working relationship with the staff of the building to
which the teacher is assigned.
3. Exercises mature and professional judgment in teaching and in associations with staff and
4. Participates in professional activities as part of the teaching assignment.
5. Demonstrates high standards of professionalism and ethical conduct.
6. Maintains confidentiality of information regarding colleagues, students, and parents.
7. Maintains current PTSB certification in appropriate teaching area(s). Maintains adequate and
current knowledge of developments within the respective teaching areas and within the
areas of instruction and learning.
8. Teaches the standards in the assigned area, utilizes effective planning for each day’s
teaching-learning activities, clarifies goal and objectives of lessons and assignments,
diagnoses and prescribes for student academic and effective strengths and weaknesses,
evaluates student progress and achievement, and continually seeks to motivate students for
the learning tasks at hand.
9. Provides for reasonable care and safety of students who are assigned to them at all times.
Responsible for the daily safekeeping of students in their charge; must have ability to safely
escort assigned students off school premises or otherwise manage students while in
emergency situations. This includes following all appropriate crisis management protocols
used by the school.
10. Provides proper care and reasonable security for all school property in his/her custody.
11. Seeks to establish a school climate, which will promote appropriate student
discipline. Consistently supports and assists the building staff in maintaining order and
discipline among students.
12. Actively participates in Professional Learning Community discussions at grade and subject
13. Utilizes instructional materials and other educational resources in a competent and effective manner. Makes use of technology for instructional purposes as well as for record keeping,
administrative and other non-instructional uses as may be required.
15. Performs such other tasks and duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Other Functions
Performs other related duties, as assigned, for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective
functioning of the work unit.

Job Requirements: Minimum Qualifications
Skills are required to perform multiple, highly complex, technical tasks with a need to periodically
upgrade skills in order to meet changing job conditions. Specific skill-based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: providing classroom instruction, applying
assessment instruments; operating standard office equipment including using pertinent software
applications; and preparing and maintaining accurate records. Knowledge is required to perform the instruction of all assigned content areas, read technical curriculum information, compose a variety of documents, participate and/or facilitate group discussions, and analyze situations to define issues and draw conclusions. Specific knowledge-based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: appropriate codes, policies,
regulations and/or laws; age appropriate activities; lesson plan requirements; stages of child
development; and behavioral management strategies. Ability is required to schedule activities, meetings, and/or events; gather, collate, and/or classify data, and use job-related equipment. Flexibility is required to work with others in a wide variety of circumstances; work with data utilizing defined but different processes; and operate equipment using standardized methods. Ability is also required to work with a diversity of individuals and/or groups; work with a variety of data; and utilize specific, job-related equipment. Problem solving is required to analyze issues and create action plans. Problem solving with data frequently requires independent interpretation of guidelines; and problem solving with equipment is moderate. Specific ability-based
competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: establishing and
maintaining constructive relationships; adapting to changing work priorities; maintaining confidentiality; exhibiting tact and patience; and working flexible hours.

Responsibilities include: working under limited supervision using standardized practices and/or
methods; directing other persons within a small work unit; and tracking budget expenditures. Utilization of resources from other work units is often required to perform the job’s functions. Responsible for the daily safekeeping of students in their charge; must have ability to escort assigned students off school premises in emergency situations.

Working Environment
The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical
demands: occasional lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; some climbing and balancing; frequent stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling; and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 40% sitting, 20% walking, and 40% standing. The job is performed under minimal temperature variations and in a generally hazard free environment.

Experience: Job related experience is preferred.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in job related area, holds Highly Qualified status as required by Federal and State law.

Clearance: Must submit and obtain a clear background check as detailed in by the Diocese of Cheyenne Safe Environment.

Terms of Employment: Designated by Contract and Board Policy

Evaluation: The building principal or immediate supervisor will evaluate the performance of this position.

Please Contact:


Saint John Regional School in Concord needs two teachers: a 5th Grade teacher and a Middle School (6th, 7th and 8th grade) English (Language Arts) teacher. The school could use two people who truly understand the good, the true and the beautiful and who believe in the Catholic faith. A homeschooler or graduate of a real Catholic school would be most ideal!

Anyone interested should contact David Thibault, Superintendent of Schools:

153 Ash Street

Manchester, NH 03104

(603) 669-3100

Entering its 45th Anniversary Year and poised to unveil a brand-new chapel within in the next academic year, Christendom College is entering one of the most exciting moments in its relatively short institutional history.  We are looking for the right people to join our team at this crucial moment in time.

Learn more about these exciting jobs by reading the brief description below and clicking on the unique job links to see more detailed information.

Alumni Relations Assistant

The Alumni Relations Assistant supports and advances the strategic goals of the Alumni Relations office. Reporting to the Director of Alumni Relations, the Alumni Relations Assistant will be responsible for executing key alumni initiatives, maximizing alumni engagement through a variety of channels, and providing excellent customer service to all alumni and benefactors.

Advancement Services Assistant

Admissions Counselor

The Admissions Office is now hiring for an Admissions Counselor position! This is a great opportunity to be involved in student recruitment and to share the mission of Christendom with prospective students and families. We encourage interested alumni to apply.

Job Summary:  The Admissions Counselor assists with the management of the communication flow between prospective students/families and the Admissions Office, and helps move each prospective student through the admissions funnel (inquiry, apply, visit, deposit, enroll). The Counselor is in constant contact (telephone and email communication) with prospective students and their families, effectively communicating the mission of the College and knowing each student’s interest level and status.

AV Tech Manager

Student Billing Officer

Facilities Operations Maintenance Specialist II


Middle School Math Teacher:
Spiritus Sanctus Academy in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is accepting applications for an enthusiastic and committed middle school math teacher for the 2022-2023 academic year. Principal duties and responsibilities include:
– Supporting the Catholic educational mission of the school
– Using virtue-based methods to foster discipleship and a classroom environment conducive to growth and learning
– Preparing and delivering sound instruction to advance students toward mastery of curriculum content
– Effectively assessing student learning and performance
– Possessing and teaching organizational habits to foster an environment of learning and growth
– Collaborating with school administration, faculty, staff and parents to maximize students’ spiritual, intellectual, social and physical formation

Desirable candidates will possess the following qualifications:

– A faithful practicing Catholic, living the teachings of the Church, who is passionate about creating, supporting and nurturing a Catholic culture in the classroom and broader school community
– Current State of Michigan Teaching Certificate in Elementary or Secondary Education with a subject area endorsement in Mathematics (or be able to attain teaching certification in the State of Michigan)
– Strong communication, organizational and teamwork skills
– Previous experience teaching in a Catholic school is preferred
– Completion of Protecting God’s Children/VIRTUS safe environment training will be required

Qualified candidates should send or fax resume and cover letter to:
Sister Mary David, OP
Spiritus Sanctus Academy
4101 East Joy Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Via Facsimile: 734-996-4270

Inquiries or electronic copies may be emailed to

Job Description:

Ridgeview Classical has needs for elementary (second, third, and sixth), upper-school science/mathematics, computer science and music, all starting in the Fall 2022 Academic Year.

Given Ridgeview’s fairly unique approach to classical education and an outdoor program, Wyoming Catholic’s graduates would be a great match for our pedagogy.

Computer Science Faculty:

Ridgeview Classical Schools is seeking interested and qualified candidates for a faculty position
in Computer Science. Computer Science is under the aegis of the Science Department, and in
the past has offered classes in advanced programing and robotics in addition to standard
applications and keyboarding. The Computer Science teacher is also responsible for
maintaining and monitoring the Computer Lab. While Computer Science classes are not
required for graduation, students in fifth through twelfth grade have eagerly participated in
proffered elective classes in everything from standard applications to advanced programming.
Interest in robotics has also been steadily growing, and our middle and high school robotics
teams have participated in numerous regional and state tournaments. Ridgeview is seeking
applicants who are passionate about their discipline, and are creative, teachable and excited to work with a broad range of pupils.

Ridgeview neither requires nor prefers candidates with a teacher certification and would rather
solicit applications from individuals who have demonstrated academic mastery in Computer
Science. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Ideal candidates will be familiar
with the fundamentals of classical education and defenders of the Western tradition. Interested
individuals should submit a complete application to the Executive Assistant.

A complete application includes:

  • Resume or CV
  • Completed Ridgeview application (found on the Careers page of Ridgeview’s website)
  • Letter of Interest
  • Copies of Transcripts

Upon submitting a complete application, candidates may be contacted for an interview with the
Headmaster. Successful candidates will then be asked to conduct a mock teach and interview
with a hiring committee. After this, final hiring decisions are made.

Elementary Faculty:

Ridgeview Classical Schools is seeking interested and qualified candidates for elementary faculty.
Teachers in the elementary school make heavy use of the original Core Knowledge sequence,
though the school rejects innovations that align the curriculum with the Common Core. Many
aspects of the elementary curriculum have been strengthened by incorporating other programs
or implementing curricula unique to Ridgeview. For instance, Latin is taught to pupils from
kindergarten on, and Greek is introduced to students in the third grade. While instruction at
these levels is of an elementary nature, it is also of a foundational nature and serves pupils well in
their study of new vocabulary by enabling them to understand etymologies as well as grammar.
Other deviations from the Core Knowledge sequence include a cursive penmanship program,
the Singapore mathematics program and pupil ability grouping therein, and a Riggs phonics
Ridgeview is seeking applicants who are passionate about their discipline,discipline, creative, teachable, and excited to work with a broad range of pupils to ensure that their pupils are adequately prepared for the rigors of the upper school curriculum. Ridgeview neither requires nor prefers candidates with a teacher certification and would rather solicit applications from individuals who have demonstrated academic mastery in a core subject such as history, mathematics, science, or literature. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Written and oral communication skills, punctuality, a strong work ethic, and collegiality are essential. Interested individuals should submit a complete application to the Executive Assistant.

A complete application includes

  • Resume or CV
  • Completed Ridgeview application (found on the Careers page of Ridgview’s website)
  • Letter of Interest
  • Copies of Transcripts
  • A 1-3 page response to Derek Anderson’s Dedicated to Truth and Virtue (please contact the executive assistant for a pdf)

Upon submitting a complete application, candidates may be contacted for an interview with the
Headmaster. Successful candidates will then be asked to conduct a mock teach and interview with
a hiring committee. After this, final hiring decisions are made.

Music Faculty:

Ridgeview Classical Schools is seeking interested and qualified candidates for faculty positions in
the Music Department. The music curriculum at Ridgeview places equal emphasis on
performance and academic study. Students are given weekly opportunities to develop skills in
vocal and/or instrumental performance. Music courses focus on the masters of the Western
canon and their works. Ridgeview is committed to a classical, liberal arts curriculum, meaning that
arts and humanities are emphasized as much as mathematics and science. Classroom discussions
are typically Socratic in style and cross-disciplinary in nature. Music is considered part of the core
of the primary school curriculum and high school students may elect into a variety of musical ensembles.

Ridgeview is seeking applicants who are passionate about their discipline, and are creative,
teachable, and excited to work with a broad range of pupils. Ridgeview neither requires nor
prefers candidates with a teacher certification and actively solicits applications from individuals
who have demonstrated mastery in general music instruction and developing beginning musicians.
Preferred candidates will be proficient in at least two of the following domains: Band, Choir,
Orchestra, or Piano. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Ideal candidates will be
familiar with the fundamentals of classical education and defenders of the Western tradition.
Interested individuals should submit a complete application to the Executive Assistant.

A complete application includes

  • Resume or CV
  • Completed Ridgeview application (found on the Careers page of Ridgeview’s website)
  • Letter of Interest
  • Copies of Transcripts
  • A 1-3 page written response to John Coghlan’s The Value of Music (please contact the Executive Assistant for a pdf)
  • A short, front-facing video of the candidate teaching or conducting a rehearsal

Upon submitting a complete application, candidates may be contacted for an interview with the
Headmaster. Successful candidates will then be asked to conduct a mock teach and interview with
a hiring committee. After this, final hiring decisions are made.

Mathematics Faculty:

Ridgeview Classical Schools is seeking interested and qualified candidates for faculty positions in
the Mathematics Department. Ridgeview’s instruction in mathematics emphasizes a conceptual
approach and cumulative retention. All pupils are given the opportunity to test into the highest
level of mathematics in which they can reasonably be successful. A mainstay of the instruction of
mathematics at all levels is a conceptual understanding of the math being undertaken;
consequently, a Socratic discussion in the classroom supports this process and ensures that
pupils can demonstrate the knowledge they claim to possess.

Ridgeview is committed to a true liberal arts curriculum, meaning that arts and humanities are
emphasized as much as mathematics and science. Consequently, many of the conversations that
ensue in the classrooms are of a cross-disciplinary nature. Beyond the Singapore curriculum,
Ridgeview offers courses from pre-algebra through number theory, advanced geometry,
statistics, and independent studies in linear algebra and differential equations. Not all teachers are
expected to teach all course levels. Rather, Ridgeview is seeking applicants who are passionate
about their discipline, creative, teachable, and excited to work with a broad range of pupils.

Ridgeview neither requires nor prefers candidates with a teacher certification and would rather
solicit applications from individuals who have demonstrated academic mastery in the
mathematics. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Ideal candidates will be
familiar with the fundamentals of classical education and defenders of the Western tradition.
Interested individuals should submit a complete application to the Executive Assistant.

A complete application includes

  • Resume or CV
  • Completed Ridgeview application (found on the Careers page of Ridgeview’s website)
  • Letter of Interest
  • Copies of Transcripts
  • A 1-3 page written response to George Polya’s On Learning, Teaching and Learning Teaching (please contact the Executive Assistant for a pdf)

Upon submitting a complete application, candidates may be contacted for an interview with the
Headmaster. Successful candidates will then be asked to conduct a mock teach and interview
with a hiring committee. After this, final hiring decisions are made.

Science Faculty:

Ridgeview Classical Schools is seeking interested and qualified candidates for faculty positions
in the Science Department. The science curriculum at Ridgeview emphasizes a philosophical
understanding of scientific thinking in addition to practical knowledge and experimentation.
Students are also expected to develop an understanding of proper laboratory practices, standard research methodologies, and writing in the sciences.

Ridgeview is committed to a true liberal arts curriculum, meaning that arts and humanities are
emphasized as much as mathematics and science; classroom discussions are therefore typically
Socratic in style and cross-disciplinary in nature. Science is considered part of the core
graduation requirements, and high school students are required to take at least four years of
science classes (typically Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry, and Physics). Not all teachers are
expected to teach all course levels. Rather, Ridgeview is seeking applicants who are passionate
about their discipline, and are creative, teachable and excited to work with a broad range of pupils.

Ridgeview neither requires nor prefers candidates with a teacher certification and would rather
solicit applications from individuals who have demonstrated academic mastery in a scientific
field. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Ideal candidates will be familiar with
the fundamentals of classical education and defenders of the Western tradition. Interested individuals should submit a complete application to the Executive Assistant.

A complete application includes

  • Resume or CV
  • Completed Ridgeview application (found on the Careers page on Ridgeview’s website
  • Letter of Interest
  • Copies of Transcripts
  • A 1-3 page written response to Matthew B. Crawford’s Science Education and Liberal Education (please contact the Executive Assistant for a pdf)

Upon submitting a complete application, candidates may be contacted for an interview with the
Headmaster. Successful candidates will then be asked to conduct a mock teach and interview
with a hiring committee. After this, final hiring decisions are made.

Job Description:

The Humanities course is a signature course in the Portsmouth Abbey curriculum. Each
section of 14-16 students is team taught by two instructors. Each instructor teaches two
sections of Humanities and one section of a course in another stand-alone discipline
(such as Theology, English, History, or Latin). Each section meets 8 blocks a week, and
includes two periods devoted to small group writing instruction, in which each
instructor works with half of the section. Successful candidates will have degrees in
English, History, Humanities, Liberal Studies, or related fields. A deep familiarity with
the Catholic and Western intellectual tradition is a must.

The Humanities curriculum, which substitutes for separate offerings in Theology,
English, and History, provides all Fourth Form (10th grade) students with a solid and
coherent foundation in the intellectual traditions of the West. Students are led through
an intensive interdisciplinary grounding in primary texts from St. Paul and St.
Augustine to Marx, Freud and Pieper. Seminars provide students with the opportunity
to analyze and discuss the great books of the Western Tradition, while lectures and
plenary sessions provide necessary background and context. Small writing sections
allow for individual work to help sharpen student skills in writing and critical thinking.
Texts read last year include St. Thomas, Dante, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, St.
Thomas More, Pascal, Descartes, Conrad, Marx, Freud, and Joyce.

Faculty members are expected to participate in all aspects of the school. Faculty
appointments normally include two seasons of coaching athletics and responsibility in a
dormitory as a houseparent. Each faculty member serves as an advisor for 5-7 students.

About Portsmouth Abbey School:

Portsmouth Abbey School is a coeducational Catholic boarding and day school for
students in grades 9 through 12. Founded in 1926 by the English Benedictine
Congregation, the School is located on a 525-acre campus along Rhode Island’s
Narragansett Bay, less than 30 minutes south of Providence and 20 minutes from

Portsmouth Abbey combines a classical education in the Catholic intellectual tradition
with Benedictine values. With 350 students, the School believes that the love of learning
leads to the desire for God, and that the quest for intellectual understanding propels
students to the search for ultimate meaning. The School is known for encouraging students to engage passionately in academic and intellectual pursuits, innovative electives and extensive opportunities in athletics and the performing and visual arts as well as a commitment to service and a focus on things that matter. Students are inspired to become the next generation’s leaders, stewards, innovators and problem solvers all the while grounded in Benedictine values of love of God and neighbor, humility, hospitality and a desire to serve the common good.

To Apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to the Dean of Faculty Mrs. Aileen Baker at No phone calls please.

Job Description:

St. Monica Catholic Church, Edmond, is offering a full-time position for the coordination of youth (6th-12th) and young adult formation to work under the Director of Evangelization. Job is responsible for confirmation preparation, youth formation discipleship groups, recruiting and forming volunteer adult leaders, young adult ministry, and advancing evangelization and discipleship formation as part of a ministry team at the parish. Candidates must be fully-practicing Catholics in good standing and passionate about Jesus, the Catholic faith, and forming disciples. Some evenings, including Sundays required. Bachelor’s degree required; theology or ministry degree is a plus. Strong skills in organization, planning and execution of events, technology and social media required. Previous parish-based work experience is preferred. Must undergo safe environment background check. Submit resumes to Fr. Hamilton: For more information, call (405) 359-2700.

Job Description:

We are accepting applications for a Humanities Instructor in our Upper School (7th-
12th grade). Qualified candidates must possess a minimum of an undergraduate

degree and a solid understanding of Catholic Liberal Arts. This individual will be
responsible to teach history, literature and composition and must be familiar with
the Great Books. Course work may include: Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome/Early
Christianity. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Background
in Latin is a plus. Individuals will have the ability to engage, lead students and
possess a passion for teaching.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to:

Salary commensurate with experience. We look forward to hearing from you!
For further information about Ville de Marie Academy, please visit us at:

Job Description:


We are looking for an independent, mature young adult who desires to live and work on a sustainable farm in harmony with God, Nature, and Each Other.

The job responsibilities include photography, blog writing, social media posting, web site administration, ministry development, and occasional special assignments.

Required: 0-2 years experience is preferred but not as important as a passionate attitude.

Required: Undergraduate Degree (any emphasis is acceptable)

Please apply by copying and pasting the following link into your browser:

Job Description:

St. Gabriel Classical Academy is a brand new Catholic classical school opening in
the St. Gabriel the Archangel Church in August 2022.  Several elementary
positions are available. All applicants should understand the developmental
stages of the Trivium and be able to integrate subjects to the classical curriculum
when possible. The candidate should be qualified to teach math, phonics,
grammar, and composition. Ideally but not required, applicants should have a
bachelor’s degree and a philosophy, theology background is a plus! Training may
be offered for candidates who do not have a classical education background. All
applicants must be practicing Catholics and willing to sign an oath of fidelity to all
of the magisterial teachings of the Church. Salary is commensurate with teaching
experience. A signing bonus may be offered for relocation purposes. All new hires
must be willing to attend professional development beginning on July 28, 2022.

In addition to your resume: include a cover letter/bio, two professional
references, and one priest reference name, along with his contact information. Please submit to Mrs. Robin Schneider at

Job Description:

SHCA is in search of Catholic educators to share truth, beauty and goodness with children in grades Pre K-8. This school year is our inaugural year and we will be serving over 400 students in the fall.

Please send resume and cover letter to

Job Description:

To disciple high school students and young adults to help them further their personal and communal relationships with God. To be a support to parents in the discipling of their children, and help them grow in their parenthood.

This is a full-time position. If interested, please contact Michael Petruconis below:

(952) 835-7101

Job Description:

As a result of the disruptions and restrictions of the past couple years, Matt
Valliere and my brother pulled their young children
out of parochial school and joined forces with two other families to
form a part-time one-room schoolhouse.  It has gone so well that the
families want to continue this year, and other families are
interested, but they are losing their tutor to other opportunities. The position would be part-time (3 partial days per week) if only tutoring and full time if
interested in childcare as well. Tutor would be able to instruct 10-15 students ranging
from ages 6-10 or so, using the Mother of Divine Grace curriculum.  Ability to engage
with but maintain authority over several active boys is a must! Room and board is a possibility.


If interested, please contact and send your resume to Christof Chartier at

Job Description:

The principal serves as the educational and administrative leader of the school, under the support and leadership of the Pastor, and is in charge of the policies and procedures of the school, in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The principal is responsible for maintaining an environment that fosters growth in Catholic faith and life. In collaboration with the Pastor, the principal is responsible for curriculum, instructional leadership, hiring and supervision of teaching staff and faculty, student life, discipline, and parent-related communications.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

Upholding Primary Mission – 

  • Responsible for maintaining the mission of Catholic schools and ensuring fidelity to the Magisterium
  • Exhibits leadership of the school with joy, professionalism and Christ-like service to parents, students and staff
  • Manages, evaluates and supervises the policies and procedures of the school, in union with parish procedures and policies, in order to carry out the philosophy, mission, values and goals of the parish school
  • Ensures an orderly environment that encourages high standards and student
    responsibility and creates a high morale among staff and students
  • Supervises the instructional programs of the school, evaluating lesson plans and
    observing classes on a regular basis
  • Manages and oversees the development and implementation of curriculum, where
    necessary, including the selection of instructional materials and equipment, approving all
  • Supervises in a fair and consistent manner effective discipline and attendance systems
    with high standards, consistent with the philosophy, values, and mission of Catholic

Communication and Rapport – 

  • Maintains visibility with students, teachers, parents, and leadership committees of the
    parish and school. Attends required meetings and school sponsored events
  • Establishes a professional and respectful rapport with students and staff. Displays the
    highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with students,
    parents, and parish and school personnel
  • Communicates continuously and effectively with parents, seeking their support and
    creating a cooperative relationship. Exhibit proactivity in meeting with parents on any
    academic or disciplinary issues
  • Completes all records, reports, and grading in a timely manner
  • Supervises procedures for identifying needs of students including academic, health-related, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs
  • Protects record confidentiality and information gained as part of exercising professional
    duties and uses discretion in sharing such information with legal confines
  • Prepares ongoing communication with faculty and weekly family newsletter

Administration –

  • Demonstrates strong leadership skills inspiring and forming a team of educators to
    develop a positive joyful culture in exercising duties and responsibilities
  • Utilize teacher staff meetings to identify organizational needs and to train and form staff
    in the experience of classical, liberal education, ensuring that the culture radiates the
    mission throughout the environment
  • Establish an environment focused on spiritual and academic growth with beauty, truth
    and goodness
  • Maintains procedures for all discipline policies and safe storing and integrity of all public
    and confidential school records. Ensure that student records are complete, current, and
  • Establishes schedules and procedures for the supervision of students in non-classroom
  • Meets regularly with the Pastor to communicate issues pertaining to the school
  • Prepares annual calendar to include holidays, staff meetings, other social activities, and
    annual class schedule and teaching assignments for each calendar year in conjunction
    with the parish calendar
  • Provides teacher classroom observations and regular feedback. Prepares annual teacher
  • Assess needs for ongoing formation of teachers and organize and execute training and
    ongoing feedback
  • Supervises and delegates assignments to administrative personnel as appropriate
  • Supervises and maintains the appropriate accreditation approvals necessary within the
    Archdiocese of Milwaukee

Specific Qualifications –

  • Must be a faithful practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
  • Strong leadership skills and human formation, particularly in communication
  • Perseverance and patience in renewing a culture, under the full support of the Pastor
  • Familiarity with, and appreciation of, Catholic Liberal Education curriculum and method
    of instruction
  • Familiarity with, and appreciation of, Catechesis of the Good Shepherd preferred
  • Master’s Degree preferred but not required
  • Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience


Please send cover letter and resume to

Job Description:

St. James School is looking for a 4th grade Catholic teacher for the 2022-23 school year to join our mission of bringing Christ and His reign to elementary children through a Liberal Arts education. As a homeroom teacher, you would have the joy of teaching religion, history, language arts, science, math, and more in the creative freedom of the Classical/Liberal Arts tradition. St. James School has a vibrant family spirit with 112 students in PreK-6th grade. Crete is in a rural area with some significant poverty and is filled with the richness of beautiful children, loving families, and a bonded faculty community. Our teachers have the incredible blessing of daily Mass, giving them the strength to teach with vigor these dearest of God’s children. Our school is for teachers with a mission. Might you be called to join us?


Applicants will work toward a Nebraska teaching certificate. Please send cover letter, resume, transcripts, and references to Sister Mary Alma,

If you have questions you may call 402-826-2318. Thank you for your consideration. God bless you!


Blessed Sacrament School in Walpole, MA is currently seeking an Assistant Principal, commencing January, 2022 for the remainder of the school year with a school option to hire for the 2022-2023 school year. The assistant principal will be responsible for ensuring that instruction at BSS is meeting the needs of all learners, coordinating special education services, and implementing a program to meet the social/emotional needs of all learners.  They will also be assisting the principal in ensuring that the Mission of Blessed Sacrament School is being implemented. 

Established in 1966, Blessed Sacrament School provides a Catholic education to children in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Eight. Blessed Sacrament School strives to nurture every child spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally in an atmosphere of Christian concern.  At Blessed Sacrament School, we strive to create great learners and great people who can be the hands and feet of Christ in our world.

Candidates for this position should meet the following qualifications:

  • A degree of Master of Education or higher
  • A commitment to Catholic education
  • Prior experience in teaching and school administration (preferred)


Responsibilities Include:


  • Work to implement the mission of Blessed Sacrament School and Strategic Plan
  • Work with the principal to implement NEASC recommendations
  • Monitor curriculum implementation
  • Monitor review of resources to support the curriculum
  • Inventory and order consumable supplies for classrooms
  • Consult on IEP and School Success Plan implementation
  • Work with parents and teachers to meet the social/emotional needs of students 
  • Supervise and evaluate teachers using Archdiocesan T-eval program
  • Work to plan new teacher induction and growth program
  • Coordinate MAP testing and analysis of data
  • Work with the  principal to coordinate professional development opportunities for teachers
  • Work with Walpole Public Schools to coordinate spending of federal grant funds
  • Attend grade level meetings 
  • Assist with admissions (specific to students with IEPs or 504 plans)
  • Attend School Board Meetings and report on school affairs
  • Attend Parent Collaborative meetings
  • Assist the Principal in the daily running of the school
  • Coordinate internal coverage for teaching staff when needed
  • Coordinate area high schools visiting BSS and assist with the admissions process for eighth grade students


Submission Instructions: Please submit cover letter, resume and any other pertinent information to 


Dr. Bob Gonet

Director of Leadership

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston 

Catholic Schools Office

66 Brooks Drive

Braintree MA 02184 | 781-454-9300


Catholic Homeroom Teacher

We are seeking a pious, well-formed, and virtuous educator to teach and catechize both in their instruction but also by their example as an elementary or middle school teacher. We seek alumni who have a heart of service for their students and their families, genuine joy in their work, and an active interior life bolstered by the reception of the sacraments.

Subjects taught are: Theology, Literature, Writing, Mathematics, Handwriting, History and Geography, Science, and others. Students and their families also love to see faculty at extracurricular events, as well as hosting clubs after school as well.


We’d love to have you apply, so feel free to reach out to us to set up an interview.

St. Martin de Porres has begun its search for a Director of Music for both the TLM and N.O. Masses. Music is an integral part of the life of this parish. The DM exercises an important ministry that reaches out to the staff, choir members, members of the parish, and the community. The DM will support the gospel message through song and enable the assembly to live it more fully. This position also oversees the parish music services and is involved in the liturgical planning programs. He/she will serve as the parish accompanist and vocal coach during practices and liturgical services.

This postition requires a weekend and evening work schedule. For a detailed job description and to apply, go to

Dear graduates and recent alumni of Wyoming Catholic College,

Are you looking for a meaningful and FUN way to use your God-given talents? Then look no further. Young Catholic Professionals (YCP) is a national organization, headquartered in Dallas, TX, and is growing like wildfire.

We need smart, driven young Catholics to join our team for a variety of opportunities, including:

  • Full-time positions to help manage and grow our 23 chapters across the nation

  • Part-time positions for a range of needs like technology, and more

  • Short-term contract opportunities for marketing, customer service, and more

There are no strings attached if you are interested and want to learn more. Simply send your resume and a 3-paragraph email ( describing a) your professional interests and aspirations b) a little bit about you as a person – your strengths and family background and c) why you are interested in YCP after reviewing our website.

We will follow-up with you and see if we can pair your interests and goals with the many opportunities that exist in our growing organization!

CitizenGO is an international lobbyist organization that works for pro-life and pro-family issues around the world. They are looking to hire some computer and social media positions that can be filled remotely, from anywhere. I have supported this organization’s work for many years and I can vouch for their legitimacy and effectiveness. The links to the job postings are below.

CitizenGO job opportunities

Attacks on the rights and lives of the most vulnerable – whether it is children (born or yet to be born), the infirm, the elderly, or persecuted Christians – are significant threats for the family and society.

That is why we’re urgently expanding our ground-breaking pro-life and pro-family team and we’re looking for the best candidates to fill key positions. You may be (or know) one of them.

As an important member of CitizenGO, I wanted to directly send you our job offers, to acknowledge your precious commitment to signing our petitions and making us stronger with your generous donations:

Click here to see our current job openings and to apply.

The pro-abortion and LGBT lobbies use the COVID pandemic as cover to attack the rights and lives of the most vulnerable and impose their agenda in Canada and all over the world.

If you are or know a passionate, creative, focused, and results-driven professional, fluent in English, who believes that every life is precious and the natural family is the place for children to flourish… Someone who wants to be at the center of some of the world’s most impactful pro-life and pro-family work — now is your moment to apply and/or share the job application (this email) with friends who may be interested! 

Here are the positions we are looking to fill:

Many talented and passionate people have lost their jobs due to this pandemic. Your network may include some of the most capable people in defending life and family, who can make a difference during this extremely turbulent year that could define the future for generations to come:

Click here to see our current job openings and to apply or to share them.

St. Monica’s Montessori is a start-up Montessori school to serve 3-6 year olds in Fargo, ND. We are seeking a Full Time Children’s House Guide for the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants should be trained or enthusiastic to be trained in Montessori Pedagogy (AMI or AMS), as well as faithfully practicing the Sacraments of the Catholic Church.

Please send a cover letter and resume to Marissa Duppong, Board Chair at to apply by April 30th, 2021.

St. Monica’s Montessori is a start-up Montessori school planning to serve 3-6 year olds in Fargo, ND. We are seeking a Full Time Children’s House Assistant Guide for the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants should be willing to embrace Montessori Pedagogy, as well as faithfully practicing the Sacraments of the Catholic Church. Please send a cover letter and resume to Marissa Duppong, Board Chair at to apply by April 30th, 2021.

Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School in Stamford, CT, is an independent, faithful Catholic school  PK-12th grade, under the direction of the Sisters of the Company of the Savior. It is the seventh school  that the Sisters of the Company of the Savior have established around the world. Mater Salvatoris opened  its doors in Stamford in September 2018, with younger grades, and it will grow by one grade level each  year up through 12th grade. It is co-ed in PK and K and follows a model of single-sex classrooms in a co ed campus from 1st grade through high school. Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School is growing  and will move to its permanent campus for next school year 2021-2022, a 20-acre property on Newfield  Avenue in Stamford, CT. 

Our mission at Mater Salvatoris is to provide a faithful Catholic education to all of our students, lead  them to discover their unique talents, and assist them in successfully meeting the challenges of the  twenty-first century. Our school community promotes the development of the whole person in all his or  her dimensions: academic, human and spiritual, in an atmosphere of wise freedom. At Mater Salvatoris,  “we educate the mind, we educate the heart, and we educate the spirit.” In doing so, we equip students  become champions of their own lives. 

We are currently seeking elementary teachers for boys and girls single-sex classrooms for the 2021-2022  school year.

To Apply: Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume and list of references, addressed to the Head of School, to 

Position: Elementary Classroom Teacher: Grades 1 & 2 Boys OR Grades 5 & 6 Girls  Reports to: Head of School 

Essential Qualities: 

  • Practicing Roman Catholic, in good standing
  • Vocation for teaching, caring deeply for students
  • Excellent human relations and interpersonal skills, self-starter, well-organized, team player Flexibility in assessing educational needs and strategies and ability to adapt appropriately Willingness to learn how to implement Mater Salvatoris’ unique method and curriculum


  • Facilitate success and growth in students’ academic and interpersonal skills through implementing Mater Salvatoris method and curriculum
  • Support the Sisters of the Company of the Savior and their mission of providing a faithful and well-rounded Catholic education
  • More details will be presented during the personal interview

Degree/Experience Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Education or related discipline applicable to teaching assignment
  • Successful prior teaching experience for the appropriate grade level preferred Master’s degree preferred

Assistant Athletic Director / P.E. & Outdoor Education
Objective: To develop a well-rounded athletics and physical education program that provides students the following opportunities:

• To be active outside in a nurturing environment, one that promotes a sense of awe and wonder and a meaningful connection to the student’s local community.
• To learn character and discipline through practice and games, through winning and losing; to learn gratitude, that the ability to run and jump and compete comes from the Father Himself.
• To play a variety of select sports well.

The successful candidate will be instrumental in the development of a physical education program that incorporates the beautiful outdoors of Whitefish, Montana. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in one or all of the following outdoor pursuits: horsemanship, archery, fly fishing, trail running, hiking, cross country ski. Candidates with athletic experience in track and field, volleyball, tennis, golf and/or basketball will also be given preference.

Please send inquiries and resumes to:

Burton Gildersleeve

Holy Apostles College & Seminary is currently recruiting for a Financial Aid Administrator.  Please share this with your alumni:

Position Opening: Middle School Teacher and Outdoor Programs Guide
The Summit Academy is seeking an additional Instructor for the 2021-22 academic school

A Classical Education Seeks Understanding and Elevates Culture
As an institution committed to providing a Catholic classical education, we seek candidates who possess a deep understanding of the Liberal Arts and a belief that the ultimate objective of education is to form students who come to appreciate how learning reveals the beauty and order of creation and informs their calling to know and serve Christ. At the core, a school is a community, and leaders are tasked with fostering a healthy learning culture. When we make hiring decisions, we are most interested in bringing in men and women who are interested in becoming members of a community that is warm, prioritizes wisdom, and develops young people to pursue what is true, good, and beautiful.

Job Description

As a liberal arts school, our faculty culture is richly interdisciplinary. The ideal candidate will be well suited to instruct students in a range of subjects. We are seeking a versatile teacher that would be willing to provide instruction in the following areas: literature and grammar, history, and theology. Our preference is to hire someone who has taken coursework in philosophy. Candidates with a background in classical languages are of particular interest and should be sure to note any relevant experience or training. Ideally, we would like to fill the position with someone who could assist as a mentor and guide our upper school women’s outdoor programs. The candidate would be work on our overnight retreats and with support from staff, help lead student trips, and provide outdoor guidance and instruction. The candidate should be prepared to participate in activities such as hiking, cooking, camping, biking, rafting, swimming, etc.

Education and Background
• Minimum Bachelor’s degree
• Master’s degree reflected in compensation
• Some familiarity or experience with outdoor activities such as backpacking, cycling,
outdoor cooking
• Most essentially, the applicant must also possess a love of teaching and a passion for
mentoring, and a desire to continue in their own learning

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and CV to Julian Malcolm at or mail them to:
The Summit Academy
7124 Salem Fields Blvd. PMB # 157
Fredericksburg, VA 22407

SPIRITUS Ministries out of Menasha, WI is seeking passionate Catholics, 20-29 years old, who have a desire to serve others and grow in their faith! SPIRITUS missionaries live in intentional communities and travel to parishes and schools throughout Wisconsin leading retreats for students in grades 2-12. The mission year runs from mid-August to mid-May and over that time, the missionaries give about 150 retreats to over 5,000 youth! In addition, there are Youth Ministry Internships available for a few of the missionaries to be able to get hands-on experience of what youth ministry looks like at a local parish.

SPIRITUS provides food and housing, transportation, formation and one-on-one mentoring, health insurance, a monthly allowance, a $2,000 completion stipend, spiritual direction, and a supportive community. Just think of what amazing things God could do through you if you said yes to a year of service with SPIRITUS!

Visit us at to learn more. Apply today!

Sacred Heart Parish is seeking a full time Youth Minister to begin work this summer. This is a full-time, benefit-eligible position. Interested candidates should send a resume to

Holy Rosary Academy, an independent Catholic classical school in Anchorage, Alaska, seeks an experienced principal to manage school operations and provide strong leadership for our teachers and staff members.

The principal must be a practicing Catholic faithful to the Creed and the magisterial teachings of the Church.  He or she preferably has background or experience with the classical approach to education and some sense of the trivium, Great Books, and Socratic method.  The principal will act as the visible head of the school and as the school’s ambassador in the broader community.  The principal must be able to juggle oversight of the mission and philosophy of the school with the particulars of curriculum, finances, staff, maintenance, marketing, teacher searches, and governance. The ideal candidate will always be available to the parents.  Strong verbal and written communications skills are essential.

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to

Learn more and apply online

The Christendom Institute is seeking young men and women who will lay the ground work for a classical high school in Omaha, beginning this fall. Men and women Missionary Educators will live in separate unoccupied convent buildings, each with a private chapel, on and near our campus in Omaha. Missionary Educators will meet for daily prayer and dinner, and receive a monthly stipend.

During the week, Missionary Educators will teach classes, attend daily Mass with students, assist with field trips, develop courses, and may also assist at our K-8 classical, Catholic school, Christendom Academy. On the weekends, Missionary Educators will be able to participate in a variety of activities and retreats.

To apply, email your resume to Carter Lowman:  Carter@Christendom.Academy or call (402) 278-1396

Chesterton Academy of Notre Dame, a new independent, classical Catholic high school in Spokane, WA is seeking dynamic teachers with a background in the Humanities, math, science, and the Fine Arts. Applicants must have a passion for a Catholic liberal arts education, and must be able to lead Socratic discussions on primary sources and help students to develop excellence in writing and speech. Strong emphasis will be placed upon the mentorship and personal formation of students, working with parents, and building a school community. Candidates should demonstrate a proven ability to teach and lead students, and profess fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. These positions are full-time, beginning August 15, 2020, with a competitive salary based on experience. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to

Chesterton Academy of Notre Dame is a private, independent, co-ed, Catholic high school offering a rigorous, classical, integrated, college preparatory curriculum centered on the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. The school develops complete thinkers who learn to draw on faith and reason for the purpose of building up the family and a culture of life.

Spokane is an attractive place to live and work.  It boasts a vibrant downtown, amazing walking trails, five ski resorts within 90 minutes of downtown, dozens of lakes within one hour, the spectacular beauty of Spokane Falls, five universities and two medical schools, over 50 microbreweries and wine tasking rooms, and a rich variety for every lifestyle, and an easy commute from outlying areas.

Job Title:  Missionary Instructor

Department:   COR Expeditions

Status:  Full Time w/ benefits

Compensation:  Determined by ability to acquire and maintain a support team.

Reports to:  Dr. Thomas Zimmer, Executive Director of COR Expeditions                                     

Work Schedule:  This is not a typical Monday through Friday, 9-5 position. Morning, evening, and weekend work as well as travel around the US and extensive 24/7 time in the backcountry are required.

About the Program:  COR Expeditions is the wilderness ministry outreach program of Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, Wyoming. COR was born from the success of WCC’s faith-based Outdoor Leadership Program. COR is fundamentally oriented towards sharing the spiritual and leadership goals of this program with a wider audience beyond the college community and becoming the premier Catholic wilderness ministry through its adherence to the professional and safety standards of the outdoor industry. COR works with a variety of programs, including youth groups, seminaries, high schools, colleges, and young adult groups, as well as promoting its own trips via COR’s website and social media. COR also partners with other Catholic ministries to provide a faith-filled professional guiding presence in facilitating wilderness trips.

Position Summary:  Because of the unique relationship between COR and Wyoming Catholic College, the missionary instructor position has three major parts: assisting in the development and operations of COR Expeditions, continuing to foster the growth of Wyoming Catholic’s outdoor program, and acquiring and maintaining a personal support team through fundraising efforts.

Essential Functions/Primary Job Responsibilities:

  1. Lead various outdoor trips for COR Expeditions including, but not limited to backpacking, canyoneering, rock climbing, river trips and winter trips. The spring and summer months may include several months of back-to-back wilderness trips while the rest of the year will have more time in the office. This position may consist of over 150 days in the backcountry annually.
  2. Proficiently facilitate COR’s spiritual programming on courses by leading talks and discussions and creating course culture through conversation and personal example. Assist in the continuing development of both spiritual and outdoor education curriculum.
  3. Acquire and maintain a support team. Upon hire, attend a two-day fundraising seminar. After the seminar, spend approximately six weeks, some of which will be traveling, towards initial fundraising efforts.
  1. Support the Outdoor Leadership Program of Wyoming Catholic College. For approximately 10 weeks of the year, COR staff time will be devoted to planning and leading outdoor trips for the students of WCC, as well as high school students who participate in the WCC summer programs. This will include leading multiple WCC week-long trips each year and leading day trips and trainings for WCC students and outdoor leaders. It may also include being a head instructor for the 21-Day Freshman Expedition or leading technical aspects of the PEAK high school program.
  2. Promote COR Expeditions courses to Catholic organizations, homeschool programs, youth groups, parishes, private Catholic schools, seminaries, dioceses, and individuals around the country. This may include extensive travel.
  3. Be a liaison, either directly or through the COR Admin Assistant, to organizations that contract courses through COR to help them facilitate registration paperwork, health forms, payment methods, travel plans, gear needs, and other logistics.
  4. Plan and organize outdoor trips for various groups: plan the route, apply for backcountry permits and camping reservations, organize rental equipment, coordinate travel for students and instructors, plan food menus, design trip-specific curriculum, etc.
  5. Conduct various administrative duties including but not limited to: designing and updating website content, social media content, creating promotional material, managing and updating trip paperwork such as registration and payment forms, reviewing participant health forms, creating and managing budgets for trip proposals and actual trips, etc.
  6. Attend professional development opportunities in the fields of both outdoor education and Catholic ministry.
  7. Acquire and maintain permits with state and federal land management agencies.

Minimum Job Requirements:

  • Ministry Experience: A missionary instructor primarily provides trips for Catholic organizations and Catholic clientele. It is therefore imperative that this person not only lives his or her Catholic faith but is able and excited to share his or her faith with others. Many of these trips are designed to evangelize participants through God’s First Book. A background and previous coursework in Catholic theology is recommended for this position. Experience in youth or young adult ministry is a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree that includes involvement with Outdoor Education & Leadership.
  • Current WFR (Wilderness First Responder) and CPR certifications, and ability to teach and run WFR scenarios.
  • 3 years of experience working with a reputable outdoor program such as COR Expeditions, WCC Outdoor Leadership Program, NOLS, Outward Bound, SROM, etc. This should include leading trips in various outdoor activities, renting gear, gear maintenance and repair, planning and packing backcountry food rations, etc.
  • Extensive experience and demonstrated ability to lead multiple outdoor activities such as: backpacking, canyoneering, mountaineering, canoeing, kayak touring, rock climbing, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and kayaking, winter backpacking, cross-country skiing, backcountry skiing, ice climbing, fishing.
  • Working knowledge of risk management, wilderness safety, and industry standards in the previously mentioned outdoor activities.
  • 2 years experience training trip leaders in the previously mentioned outdoor activities.
  • 2 years experience in planning and organizing a variety of different outdoor trips including: developing route plans, technical knowledge of the route, emergency and evacuation routes/plans, choosing and finding qualified leaders/instructors, etc.
  • Flexibility, creativity, and proven problem solving skills to meet and adapt to the needs of a growing non-profit organization.
  • Ability to maintain a positive attitude in the face of changing priorities and deadlines and to be creative with time management.
  • Self-motivated, proactive, and able to excel when working with a team to solve problems.
  • Clean driving record. Experience driving 12 and 15 passenger vans.
  • Must have the motivation and energy to fundraise support for the program as well as acquire and maintain a personal support team – training will be provided.

Preferred Experience:

  • Familiarity with AEE accreditation standards and its programming.
  • Outdoor Industry Certifications (or ability to acquire within a year): AMGA SPI, ACA Swiftwater Rescue training, Avalanche certifications, WFR Instructor, etc.
  • Experience with various trip and route opportunities in Wyoming and its adjacent states.
  • Previous fundraising experience.
  • Trailer driving experience.

To Apply:  Send cover letter, resume, backcountry (and/or river/climbing) log, copies of certifications, and the names and current phone numbers of three professional references (one must be, or have been, an immediate workplace supervisor) to  A WCC application form will also be sent to you.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

For More Information: Contact Kristin Anderson at 307-335-4422 or email

Southern Tier Catholic School and Archbishop Walsh Academyis a small combined Catholic primary and secondary institution located in the Southern Tier of Western New York. Our school is seeking to establish partnerships with authentic Catholic institutions of higher learning so as to expand our pool of potential candidates for hire, and to assist young Catholic graduates seeking employment in the field of education, or further educational opportunities at the postgraduate level.

Striving to continue to provide a high quality Catholic education our school is always on the lookout for teaching candidates who embody the best of the Church’s illustrious educational tradition. Furthermore the practical realities of Catholic primary and secondary education in the 21st century mean that the majority of our teaching staff are lay-persons and that our schools are often left trying to fill vacancies as our educators pursue employment opportunities elsewhere after only a few years of employment. This means that we are, more often than not, annually engaged in the hiring process to a greater extent than at public schools. It is our hope that in reaching out to Wyoming Catholic College,and providing future information on vacancies this information can be passed on to your graduates for consideration. In doing so we will achieve a mutually beneficial arrangement wherein we will be able to furnish ourselves and our students with high quality Catholic educators while providing an opportunity for meaningful employment and further education for your graduates.

Employment Benefits: Full-time Teaching Staff

  1. Tuition reduction (75%) for all full-time employees of STCS/Walsh at nearby St. Bonaventure University for those seeking a postgraduate degree

  2. Salary ($25,000-$40,000 depending on experience, certification and other qualifications)

  3. Health Insurance benefits through the Diocese of Buffalo

  4. Personal Days (roll over annually)

  5. Sick Time (roll over annually)

  6. Internal and external professional development opportunities

Interested parties should contact Mr. Lee Filbert at

Paid Full-Time Fellowships: The Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women offers paid, full-time fellowships for college women. Working at CBL gives students the opportunity to interact with some of the top women in the conservative movement, raise awareness about alternatives to liberal feminism, deepen their understanding of conservative policy issues, attend conservative events around DC, receive media and public speaking training, and more. Highlights of the CBL Center for Conservative Women Summer Fellowship: Introducing leading conservative women at events; Receiving public speaking and media training at an full-day, expert-led seminar; writing and delivering a speech at a high school national conference; attending a week-long conference for conservative college students; receiving weekly, one-on-one mentorship from a key CBL staff member; Gaining event planning, communications, development, and administrative experience. Duties include advocating for conservative principles through online and written communications, assisting in administrative duties, assisting with events, and promoting CBLPI’s presence via social media. Qualified candidates will be passionate about empowering conservative women. Apply to be a Fellow: Applications may be submitted via email, regular 10 mail, or faxed to 703-318-8867. Please submit an application package that includes: a cover letter explaining why you are interested in being a fellow; a current resume; and a completed application to: ecampbell@cblpi.orgh. Application:

Great Hearts Academies, Texas and Arizona

This general requisition allows candidates to submit application materials and note their interest in being considered for 2019-2020 teaching positions at Great Hearts.  All submitted documents (resume, etc.) and questionnaire answers will roll over to the specific openings the candidate adds to their application once those become available. When the hiring season opens officially, you will be notified, and if a headmaster determines he/she has a position for which you might be a fit, he/she will reach out for further conversation.

Potential Openings:

  • Kindergarten through 5th Grade Classroom Teachers
  • Kindergarten through 5th Grade Teaching Apprentices/Assistants
  • Fine Arts:   Music, Poetry, Visual Arts, Drama
  • Humane Letters:   Western Traditions of Literature, History and Philosophy
  • Languages:   Latin, Spanish
  • Literature and Composition: Western Traditions of Literature
  • Mathematics:   Elementary Math (K-5th gr.) and Pre-Algebra through Pre-Calculus
  • Physical Education
  • Science:   Life Science, Earth/Physical Science, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry


Great Hearts hires faculty, administrators, and Lead Office staff on a rolling basis. The Great Hearts recruitment/hiring committee reviews all applications and passes applications on to hiring headmasters. Please note:  Headmasters are largely autonomous in the hiring processes for their campuses.  They discern for themselves the candidates of interest and contact, interview, and make offers to those candidates per their own hiring timetables.

For questions about the online application process, application status, submitting of documents, and specific openings, please contact the HR/Talent Team at

The United States Marine Corps are looking for men and women who are interested in pursuing a career as a Marine Corps Officer after graduating from college. We have positions for those interested in being Pilots, Ground Officers and Reserve Officers. You can apply anytime while in college or after graduation. Our training and obligations WILL NOT interfere with your schooling.

Interested parties should contact Robert Golde at or by phone at 970-484-8118.

Learn more at

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