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

Current Job Postings

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Director works closely with the Episcopal Vicar of Faith Formation, other office staff, and the Directors of Religious Education throughout the Diocese. The primary goal of the position is to identify the challenges and opportunities related to evangelization and catechesis in the diocese and to identify and implement the programs, materials and other tools to address them.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
• Regularly meet with Pastors, Directors of Religious Education, and other staff to ascertain what they see as challenges, needs, opportunities and risks in the areas of evangelization and adult faith formation. Develop a strategic plan to address the identified issues and opportunities.
• Perform annual evaluations of the current evangelization and adult faith formation environment at the parish and diocesan levels, including gathering information on parish growth, mass attendance, and programs.
• Keep abreast of what other Dioceses are doing in the area of evangelization and adult faith formation at the diocesan level.
• Coordinate with speakers, institutes, and organizations within and outside of the Diocese to provide lectures, presentations, and workshops in the different deaneries of the Diocese on pertinent topics as well as program methodology, e.g. RCIA.
• Identify and disseminate appropriate evangelization and faith formation materials to parishes and diocesan offices (e.g. Catholic Charities satellite offices) on issues of faith and morals.
• Identify and implement new media platforms (e.g. webcast, podcast) to deliver curriculum and adult faith formation content to wider audiences.
• Maintain and develop the Office of Faith Formation website as a source of materials and resources for evangelization and adult faith formation.

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/f7sscxzqr2gfpdcf

About the Employer

One of the youngest and fastest growing Catholic dioceses in the United States, the Diocese of Arlington coordinates the activities of the parishes, schools, outreach programs and central administrative offices for the 21 counties in Northern Virginia

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 lee.filbert@walshstcs.org

Primary Responsibilities:
Bookkeeping
• Use QuickBooks to manage donations, generate reports, reconcile expenses
• Purchasing, A/R, and A/P
• Prepare deposits
• Assist with budgeting
• Assist the Accountant with tax filing throughout the year as needed
• Provide reports to staff as needed
Database
• Manage and maintain office databases
• Reconcile donor database with QuickBooks
• Produce donor reports as needed
Basic Office
• Manage mailings and other projects
• Explore ways to keep costs down. Maintain vendor relationships
• General office administrative duties

Skills and Requirements:
• Must be aligned with all of our pro-life mission values and objectives
• Minimum 3-5 years experience in bookkeeping – QuickBooks and Excel required. Donorworks or other database experience preferred
• Computer proficiency on Windows/PC platform in Office suite applications
• Excellent communication, planning, and organizational skills
• A donor/customer-oriented work style; pleasant, polite, professional, diplomatic, resourceful, emotionally mature and dependable
• Strong attention to detail and timely follow through
• Demonstrated ability to work independently, as well as with a team

Benefits: Competitive salary; vacation, holidays, sick leave, faith-filled, peaceful atmosphere, the joy of knowing you are working to build a Culture of LIFE, a welcoming and happy team where faith, hope, and love are encouraged, and prayer is a normal part of our day.

To Apply: A cover letter which details your commitment to pro-life objectives is required. Send cover letter and resume to hiring@healingtheculture.com.

St. Andrew School of Helena, MT is seeking an art teacher for grades K-12.  Interested parties should contact Donna Smillie at d_smillie@standrewschool.org

Light of Christ Academy of Kalamazoo, MI is seeking to fill a variety of positions for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Academy is seeking two full-time teachers, 2nd to 5th grades, and three full time assistants for Montessori classrooms.
To receive more information, contact Fr. Francis Marotti – famarotti@gmail.com

Holy Cross Academy, a small, nationally recognized, independent, NAPCIS member school for grades 7-12 in beautiful central New York State, is currently accepting resumes.

Ideal candidates are faithful, practicing Catholics who love Christ and His Church, accept the Church’s teaching authority and precepts, and who know the material and can mentor students by their good example and with a joyful spirit. These qualifications are primary.

We have several opportunities available, and we try to tailor positions based on the individual’s strengths and interests. Part-time positions may be combined with other available duties to constitute full-time. As a relatively new school, starting salaries are modest, but spiritual benefits are great. The students and faculty are wonderful, the curriculum and culture are a great fit for Wyoming Catholic grads, and you will love it here at HCA!

Activities/Events Coordinator
Schedule, plan and oversee or assist with various student and school activities and events throughout the year. These include the Fall picnic, Thanksgiving Luncheon, alumni events, March for Life, Catholic Schools Week, Spring dinner dance, commencement, Drama and Music events, retreats, pilgrimages, field trips, fundraising events, and more. Must be able to organize and work with groups when necessary and be able to work alone at times. Can be structured as Part or Full-Time.

Youth Group Coordinator
Help bring Christ and the curriculum to life through student events, retreats, and activities that give students the opportunity to see the real-world application of what is learned in the classroom. Ignite a love for Christ, His Church, and our neighbor, and help internalize and execute the school’s mission. Part-time, can be combined with other duties.

Communications Coordinator
Duties include publicizing and chronicling all events, writing press releases, producing periodic newsletters and brochures, maintaining contact lists, creating and updating online content, and other aspects of projecting HCA’s image and promoting the mission. 10-15 hrs/week.

Development Coordinator
Works with Communication Coordinator, Principal, and Board of Trustees to create and execute long-term advancement strategies.
The ideal candidate has the ability to communicate his faith and the mission of Holy Cross Academy with joy and passion; entrepreneurial, self-starter, highly motivated and ambitious, great communicator, quick learner, organized, able to see the big picture and plan ahead, able to multi-task by managing and meeting multiple overlapping goals and deadlines, able to collaborate and to work alone, comfortable meeting new people and expressing a personal passion for the mission.
Specific duties would include helping to create and execute long-term advancement strategies, assisting with the Annual Fund and related events, building and maintaining key relationships and identifying new ones, attending community networking events, soliciting corporate sponsorships and creating partnerships, assisting with Capital Campaigns, helping with fundraising events, and soliciting grants.
Pay includes a base salary plus performance incentives. Full-time or part-time, trainees welcome.

Assistant to the Principal
The Assistant to the Principal works with the Principal to execute the school’s primary mission of transmitting the Faith and equipping students academically and spiritually to affect the culture in a positive way and to become the Catholic leaders of the future. Specific duties include assisting with curriculum development, especially classical elements, helping to provide development opportunities and guidance for our faculty, and assisting with numerous administrative responsibilities.
In addition to knowledge of curriculum and the craft of teaching, the ideal candidate for this position will instinctively focus on integrating the Catholic Faith into all the aspects of our mission, has a strong work ethic, understands that the ultimate goal is heaven, is able to foster a warm, family atmosphere, is self-less, creative, entrepreneurial, and has a good sense of humor. Full-time.

Math Teachers 7-12
The High School Math teacher will be responsible for teaching Algebra, Geometry, Trig and Pre-Calc/Calculus. Junior High School needs are: 7th and 8th grade Math, Algebra, and Business Math. Class sizes are small, the students are wonderful, and the curriculum is not Common Core. Full or Part-time depending on workload.

Earth Science Teacher
Responsible for both Lecture and Lab teacher – 5 classes per week plus lab period. Part-time, unless paired with other duties.

Receptionist/Secretary
The Receptionist / Secretary in many ways is the face of the school and the first point of contact. The ideal candidate is pleasant, helpful, and an organized multitasker, responsible for answering and placing phone calls, greeting visitors, performing some secretarial duties, helping with daily student and scheduling needs, and providing support to Principal and office staff. Microsoft Office skills required. 3-5 days/week.

Computers & Technology Teacher and internal IT
Responsibilities include teaching and support – Microsoft Office, Graphics, and other courses, assisting with internal school networking and communications, audio/visual, classroom technology support and system maintenance and security. Part-time, can be combined with other duties.

To be considered, please send a cover letter and CV or resume to Board of Trustees President Daniel Miller:
djmdjmiller@verizon.net
or mail to:
Holy Cross Academy
4020 Barrington Road
Oneida, NY 13421

Christendom Academy is a K-8 classical school for Omaha that would bring forth a renewal of Christian culture in our world, beginning with our children. Such a culture naturally stems from prayer, but also, as Bishop Conley of the Diocese of Lincoln has stated, from books, forming students in the great tradition of the classical mind.

Christendom Academy is a classical school in Omaha, Nebraska offering a full human education in all things noble and true. Its integrated and cumulative classical curriculum offers a clear path from fairy tales to philosophy and from musical instruments to the music of the spheres. Its faculty, drawing upon the wellspring of faith and reason, facilitate the ordering of each student’s soul by ordaining truth to tutor the intellect, goodness to discipline the will, and beauty to inspire the imagination.  Its culture instills in students a sense of wonder and invite ascent in the moral life.  Christendom Academy would offer an education and formation of the whole person, intellectually, morally, and physically, in order that they may live a holy and well-ordered life, for peace is the tranquility of order.

Christendom Academy is seeking teachers and missionary educators for the 2019-2020 school year.  Interested parties should inquire at school@christendom.academy.

Position: Director of Youth Ministry
Salary: FundraisedAblaze Ministries is a non-profit organization working within Catholic parishes to provide effective youth ministry. The Director of Youth Ministries serves as a full time missionary with a two-year commitment. The Director of Youth Ministries is needed to support youth ministers and oversee their ministries to ensure the quality of ministry provided to parishes meets the goals and standards outlined in the Ablaze Ministries mission statement. Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.Major Duties and ResponsibilitiesEach Director of Youth Ministries serving with Ablaze Ministries is expected to have a life of prayer and a continued effort to unite one’s heart to Christ. The Director of Youth Ministries is needed to hire youth ministers as well as develop and support middle school and high school youth ministry programs through mentorship. The Director of Youth Ministries serves to mentor, train, and hold youth ministers accountable in ministry.Responsibilities of the Director of Youth Ministries also include:
-Coordinate and lead meetings and trainings
-Coordinate with on-staff theologian regarding continued youth minister theological education
-Assess the goals of youth ministers and provide formation to meet their needs
-Attend ministry events of youth minister’s parish program and provide feedback
-Contribute to the Ablaze Ministries Missionary Blog
-Provide support for larger events hosted by Ablaze MinistriesResponsibilities of this position in supervising other employees:
-Assign work, give direction
-Review and approve employee’s work
-Conduct performance reviews
-Promote/terminate employees
-Formally discipline employees
-Instruct and train employees
-Oversee development of program budget
-Set budget and fundraising goals for missionaries
-Set work schedules/assignmentsExpectations and Requirements To Apply-A Master’s degree, or pursuit of a Master’s degree, is required to apply for this position. A degree in Theology, Religious Studies, Youth Ministry, or a similar field is required.
-A minimum of 2 years in youth ministry is required, preferably including various ministry settings.
-Citizenship of the United States is required.
-Willingness to abide by Personal Conduct Agreement and Spiritual Covenant.
-Committed disciple of Christ reflected in a life of pervasive prayer, devotion to the Eucharist, and a life of holiness.
-Proficiency in Spanish is preferred.
-Ability to work with Fundraising Coordinator to meet salary goals. Salary for this position is fundraised.Application Instructions
Send resumes and cover letters including all relevant ministry experience (volunteer and paid) to work@ablazeyouth.org.

Position: Campus Minister
Salary: Fundraised

Ablaze Ministries is a non-profit organization working within Catholic parishes to provide effective youth ministry. The Campus Minister serves in a full time position with a two-year commitment. Ablaze Ministries provides training throughout the summer before Campus Ministers enter into their assigned ministry and mentorship for the duration of the fall and spring semesters. The Campus Minister is needed to creatively and energetically present the faith in a way that is relevant to young people, form intentional disciples, and create and develop relationships with youth.

Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Each Campus Minister at Ablaze Ministries is expected to have a life of prayer and a continued effort to unite one’s heart to Christ. The Campus Minister is needed to develop and coordinate campus ministry including implementation of a multifaceted program with small groups, service experiences, semester retreats, daily prayer experiences, relational ministry, and faculty formation. They are expected to serve as an extension of the youth minister and as a resource to the faculty of the campus.

Responsibilities of the Campus Minister will also include:
-Provide vision and coordination for the campus’ efforts in ministry to young people in either middle school (7th – 8th grade) or high school (9th – 12th grade)
-Coordinate and lead ministry events, such as day retreats, discipleship groups, Bible studies, etc.
-Coordinate Liturgy for the campus
-Support fellow Youth Ministers and Campus Ministers at Ablaze Ministries collaboration and, if possible, participation in their events
-Disciple students and maintain a consistent presence on campus
-Attend weekly staff meetings
-Serve as the Ablaze Ministries liaison with the campus
-Contribute to Ablaze Ministries’ blogs
-Provide support for larger events hosted by and their parish and Ablaze Ministries

EXPECTATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY

-A Bachelor’s degree is required to apply for this position. A degree in Theology, Religious Studies, Youth Ministry, or a similar field is preferred.
-Experience in youth ministry and/or a classroom setting is preferred.
-Ability to maintain a professionalism that is expected of an employee at a private school.
-Proficiency in social media and technology.
-Citizenship of the United States is required.
-Ability to work with Fundraising Coordinator to meet salary goals. Salary for this position is fundraised.
-Willingness to abide by Personal Conduct Agreement and Spiritual Covenant.
-Committed disciple of Christ reflected in a life of pervasive prayer, devotion to the Eucharist, and a life of holiness.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Send resumes and cover letters including all relevant experience to work@ablazeyouth.org.

Christendom Academy, Omaha, Nebraska seeks Missionary Educators.

Christendom Academy is a K-8 classical school for Omaha opening in the Fall of 2019. The school hopes to bring forth a renewal of Christian culture in our world, beginning with our children. Such a culture naturally stems from prayer, but also, as Bishop Conley of the Diocese of Lincoln has stated, from books, forming students in the great tradition of the classical mind.

Christendom Academy will be a classical school offering a full human education in all things noble and true. Its integrated and cumulative classical curriculum would offer a clear path from fairy tales to philosophy and from musical instruments to the music of the spheres. Its faculty, drawing upon the wellspring of faith and reason, will facilitate the ordering of each student’s soul by ordaining truth to tutor the intellect, goodness to discipline the will, and beauty to inspire the imagination.  Its culture will instill in students a sense of wonder and invite ascent in the moral life.  Christendom Academy will offer an education and formation of the whole person, intellectually, morally, and physically, in order that they may live a holy and well-ordered life, for peace is the tranquility of order.

The Academy currently seeks to begin its Missionary Educators Program in Fall 2019. The purpose of this program is to help build Christendom Academy into an exceptional K-8 classical school. They are currently recruiting college graduates who are interested in teaching and living out their faith while restoring Catholic culture.

Missionary Educators will live in a convent on the school campus, 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, and develop courses. On the weekends, Missionary Educators will be able to participate in a variety of fun activities and retreats.

To apply, send your resume to school@christendom.academy. For more information, contact Mary Flores (Estrella’s mom) at 540-907-9648.

St. Margaret’s Catholic School in Riverton, WY is seeking a qualified teacher for a full-time second grade teaching position. If interested please contact Nick Schafer, principal, at 307-856-5922.

Thomas McLaren School is seeking a math teacher for its Upper School.  At MacLaren all students take a common curriculum allowing for our seniors to all study calculus, chemistry, and physics. Math and science teachers emphasize learning mathematics through questioning and conversation instead of merely memorizing equations and textbook facts. Upper School teachers will enjoy working with young people in an atmosphere of kindness and courtesy where students learn for its own sake, not for a grade. At MacLaren, we don’t teach to the test—we teach.

We are looking to hire someone who can communicate a love of math and science for its own sake whether it be for Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus or for Biology, Chemistry, or Physics. As a classical liberal arts school, we are looking for someone who also understands what this education entails, and WCC grads are very familiar with this kind of schooling.

Meanwhile, our employment page is here.

By the bye, we are a charter school, we are exempt from requiring teacher-licensure, which frees us to hire excellent candidates regardless of their background.  We require only that applicants be alive to the world, excellent learners themselves, and that they have sufficient coursework in their field to be considered “competent” by the state. Your graduates are plenty qualified.

Benjamin LaBadie | Assistant Head of Upper School

Dean of Middle School Boys

Office: 719-313-4488 | FAX: 719-313-4491

John Paul II Academy is seeking teachers for various positions. The school has about 100 students in grades K-8, and have many openings available to qualified individuals! The Academy is a classical, private school in the Catholic tradition and we strive to offer not only a top-quality education but also a solid foundation in the Catholic faith. Montrose would also be a wonderful location for alumni of WCC as we have a growing young adult community (including recent graduates from WCC and Christendom) and countless opportunities for outdoor exploration and adventure!
We are currently looking for teachers for the following positions:
– Kindergarten
– Fourth Grade
– Fifth Grade
– Middle School

Interested parties should contact Emily Baier at

ebaier@pjp2a.org
Principal – St. Eugene’s Cathedral School, Santa Rosa California

St. Eugene’s is a K-8 school at the cathedral parish of the Diocese of Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa is in northern California, about one hour from San Francisco. It is a mixed urban/rural area, in the Sonoma County wine region. The school is a cross section of people from the area. One significant element of this cross-section is the Hispanic community.

St. Eugene’s School has a solid legacy of academic and faith development of young people. The new principle will build on that foundation and further advance the school in its mission of preparing young Catholic thinkers for the world we live in today.

The school’s next principal will be an inspiring leader with deep understanding of best practices in Catholic school education, excellent communication skills, leadership qualities and change-management experience. He/she should be excited to collaborate with staff and parents to strengthen a school climate that values faith, intellectual and academic development and social emotional learning. He/she should have an understanding of the needs of students with learning disabilities or other academic challenges, and ensure that all children are successful in the learning environment.

Qualifications

As the leader of the Faith Community of the school, the Principal shall:
• Be a practicing Catholic, in good standing with the church, who can competently explain and give witness to our Catholic faith in the school community
• Be dedicated to the ministry of Catholic education and help promote the Catholic identity of the school.
• Create an atmosphere with faculty, staff and parents, that fosters a love of learning and supports the development of the whole child.
• Develop a rigorous educational program that meets the needs of the student population and maintain a consistency in academic excellence in line with the school’s accreditation standards.
• Have the ability and willingness to introduce new technology, ideas and methods into the school that advance the intellectual development of our children
• Have knowledge of school finances, be creative and have a positive attitude in meeting budget challenges, and have the resolve to make difficult trade-offs when necessary
• Recruit, hire, support, and supervise faculty and staff, and provide regular feedback and guidance to those in the organization
• Have public relations and collaboration skills to solidify/increase stakeholder relationships and to generate excitement about the activities and mission of St. Eugene’s School

The Preferred Candidate
• Is a well-informed, practicing Catholic, registered within a parish
• Holds a Masters in Educational Leadership or an administrative credential
• Has a minimum of five years of experience in teaching and/or in administration in a Catholic school
• Is passionate about the Catholic life of the school
• English/Spanish Bilingual skills are beneficial
• Has a sense of humor, ability to maintain a balanced perspectiveThank you for your interest in serving the St. Eugene’s Cathedral School community.

When applying, applicants are to upload:
– Signed Diocese of Santa Rosa Code of Ethics/Pre-Application Statement (link on this website)
– Letter of Introduction
– Resume
– Contact List of References
– Three Letters of Recommendation
– Answers to supplemental questions, written in another document and uploaded with this application. The questions are:
1. What is your personal philosophy of Catholic education?
2. In your opinion, what is the role/place of the Catholic School in the life of the Parish/Church community?
3. Have you had experience implementing a school wide initiative? If so, what was it and how did you involve a variety of shareholders?

Questions, please contact Linda Norman, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Diocese of Santa Rosa. lnorman@srdiocese.org
Posting will remain open until filled.

Become TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified, gain professional teaching experience, learn one of the world’s most in-demand languages, and improve prospects for graduate school and future employment.  Interested parties should visit http://goayc.org/.

Property & Environment Research Center – Development Coordinator (Bozeman, MT) Do you love hiking, fishing or just being in the great outdoors? Do you have a passion for connecting with people and want to help equip our team to advance innovative, market-based solutions to the most pressing conservation issues? If so, PERC’s Development Coordinator role may be the right fit for you! Responsibilities include: managing a portfolio of foundation supporters as well as identifying and engaging new prospective partners at various giving levels; securing general support and program-specific investments, as well as other forms of support; ability to effectively articulate our vision, mission, and programmatic goals; and limited travel as needed. Qualifications include: 1-3 years of fundraising or other relevant work experience; proficient knowledge of word processing and data tools (Microsoft Office/Google Suites); strong connection to and willingness to advance PERC’s mission; and Salesforce experience a benefit. To learn more 9 and apply, please go to https://www.perc.org/career-opportunities/development-coordinator/

Charles Koch Institute – Program Assistant The Charles Koch Institutes is seeking a Program Assistant. Responsibilities include: managing candidate pipelines and resumes; organizing and posting roles to the job portal for candidates; monitoring inboxes and candidate communications; and managing career fair logistics and attendance. Requirements include: 0-2 years professional organizing and communicating within a fast-paced environment; proficiency in Microsoft Suite; experience working in and navigating a database; and experience working with an Application Tracking System (ATS) a plus. To learn more and apply, go to https://careers-charleskochinstitutefoundation.icims.com/jobs/2110/programassistant/job

The Heritage Foundation – Administrative and Research Assistant, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies The Administrative & Research Assistant performs administrative and clerical tasks for the Director of the Meese Legal Center and for the Center generally. Duties include scheduling regular meetings, appointments, speaking engagements, making travel and travel-related arrangements, and preparing expense reports. The Administrative and Research Assistant participates in the selection of and manages the Center’s 4-6 interns. The Administrative and Research Assistant also assists other Center staff in event planning, conference arrangements, maintains the Center’s statistics, and 2 conducts basic legal research and writing tasks. Some office or similar professional experience is required. Prior undergraduate coursework in constitutional law or legal or public policy experience in Washington and/or in the conservative movement is a plus. To learn more and apply, please go to https://heritage.applytojob.com/apply/zKDdxVy5Ty/Administrative-andResearch-Assistant.

  Sales representatives will connect customers needing paintless dent repair find HailCo in through direct sales, networking and creating referrals. There are literally thousands of vehicles that require our services and there is a limited time-frame an individual can file a claim. This is a salary-based role with an uncapped commission structure.

Details:

– Sales experience is preferred but not required
– We will train and hire the right individual
– Paid every two weeks
– Full benefits package available (Health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance)
– Paid vacation
– Company paid cell phone
– Flexible schedule
– Best reputation in the industry, look us up on Yelp, Facebook, Google+ and the BBB
– Fast turnaround times and short sales cycles
– The highest level of quality with a lifetime warranty so YOU get referral money

Does this sound like you? If so, we want to talk. Give us a call at 720-788-2827.

HailCo is a privately owned and operated paintless dent repair company based in Denver, Colorado. HailCo specializes in bringing hail damaged vehicles back to their original state after receiving a few minor dents or having gone through catastrophic hail damage. HailCo distinguishes itself from others in the industry by providing a streamlined experience from start to finish, employing the best professionals in the industry, and ensuring that all customers leave satisfied.

Blessed Trinity High school is seeking to fill various teaching and administrative positions for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Blessed Trinity Catholic High School is a coeducational college preparatory institution of Catholic Education of North Georgia, Inc. (CENGI), which provides a Catholic secondary education for students in grades 9 through 12. Faith and values are integrated into all aspects of learning, living and service to others in order to stimulate students’ spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social and physical growth. By studying both secular and religious matters, the school community applies knowledge toward a deeper acceptance of holiness from God, in accordance with the doctrines and structures of the Catholic Church. A multi-level curriculum provides a variety of educational programs that meets the needs of each student. Blessed Trinity Catholic High School is available to students regardless of race, color, disability, gender, national origin, or ethnicity. Students of all faiths are invited to attend Blessed Trinity; Catholic students receive priority in admissions.

Please visit the school website for a complete list of open positions. To apply for a teaching position at Blessed Trinity, send a letter of interest and résumé to Ms. Cathy Lancaster (unless otherwise directed). It can be mailed to the school at 11320 Woodstock Road, Roswell, GA 30075, or attached as a Word document in an email to resumes@btcatholic.org. Please do not send attachments through links on the Web site, as they sometimes do not arrive, but rather send the email directly. Preference is given to Catholic applicants and priority to those applicants who possess a valid Georgia teacher certificate or who are certifiable in Georgia. BT is located on 68 acres in a northern suburb of Atlanta and features a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum. Blessed Trinity offers a drug-free environment and is in full compliance with federal statutes for non-discrimination in its employment practices.

Providence Academy, an independent Pre-K through Grade 12 private, Catholic, classical academy located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has an immediate opening for a full time History teacher for students in grades 7-12 for the 2019-2020 school year.

All qualified applicants must be practicing Roman Catholics; love and respect students; possess a passion for the Classics and learning. Our teachers assist parents in the intellectual, spiritual and moral formation of their children. Therefore, our faculty must possess strong academic credentials and exhibit the highest Catholic ethical and moral conduct.

Candidates must possess the following skills:
– Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills
– The ability to multitask
– Strong work ethic
– Serve as a positive and contributing team player
– Highest degree of professionalism and confidentiality
– Adapt curriculum for children with different learning skills is a plus

A bachelor’s or master’s degree in history/classics/liberal arts is required. Two to five years of successful teaching experience is preferred.

This full time position offers a competitive salary and benefits.

If you are interested in being considered for this rewarding career opportunity, send a cover letter, resume, and professional references to office@providencelacrosse.org, attention: Mrs. Amy Strom.

To learn more about our academy and its beautiful classical curriculum, we encourage applicants to visit our website at providencelacrosse.org.

Providence Academy, an independent Pre-K through Grade 12 private, Catholic, classical academy located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has an immediate opening for a full time Literature teacher for students in grades 7-12 for the 2019-2020 school year.

All qualified applicants must be practicing Roman Catholics; love and respect students; possess a passion for the Classics and learning. Our teachers assist parents in the intellectual, spiritual and moral formation of their children. Therefore, our faculty must possess strong academic credentials and exhibit the highest Catholic ethical and moral conduct.

Candidates must possess the following skills:
– Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills
– The ability to multitask
– Strong work ethic
– Serve as a positive and contributing team player
– Highest degree of professionalism and confidentiality
– Adapt curriculum for children with different learning skills is a plus

A bachelor’s or master’s degree in literature/classics/liberal arts is required. Two to five years of successful teaching experience is preferred.

This full time position offers a competitive salary and benefits.

If you are interested in being considered for this rewarding career opportunity, send a cover letter, resume, and professional references to office@providencelacrosse.org, attention: Mrs. Amy Strom.

To learn more about our academy and its beautiful classical curriculum, we encourage applicants to visit our website at providencelacrosse.org.

St. Louis Catholic Church and School, a dynamic bicultural and growing parish in north Austin, is seeking a full-time Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. This position is responsible for developing the spiritual formation of our youth grades 6-12 in addition to young adults ages 18-35. This includes forming youth and young adults to be disciples of Jesus Christ through relational ministry, planning and executing youth nights by leading both teens and volunteers, collaborating and working closely with parish departments, and other goals and objectives determined by the Pastor.

This individual should be innovative and intentional in reaching youth, parents and young adults in a culturally diverse parish, united to Christ in teachings and Sacraments of the Catholic Church, and have a heart to minister.

The Director will partner with our Coordinator of High School Confirmation by strategizing the youth ministry components of the Confirmation program, while the Confirmation Coordinator manages specifically the catechetical component.

This is a full-time, salaried position with the expectation of at least three years of professional experience in the youth ministry field. The position requires at least a
Bachelor’s degree in theology, religious education, pastoral ministry, or related field from an accredited American university or equivalent in a foreign country.

Skills we are looking for in our next Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry include: excellent communication, bilingual in English/Spanish, team building, an understanding of budgets, computer and social media strategies, a strong work ethic, and a desire to form our young Catholics in their relationship with Jesus Christ through the life of the Church. The Director must be a practicing Catholic who is faithful to all that the Church holds to be true.

Please send your cover letter and resumé to: Father Jesse Martinez, Parochial Vicar, c/o Brenda Beltran, Chief Operating Officer, St. Louis King of France Catholic Church, 7601 Burnet Road, Austin, Texas, 78757, or e-mail to brenda.beltran@st-louis.org.

We currently seek a Development and Marketing Administrator to create and implement our overall Development and Marketing Strategy.

Primary Responsibilities:
Development
• Partner with CEO to create annual Development Plan. Determine and implement best practices for managing and growing current donor base.
• Monitor giving year over year and formulate corrective actions as needed.
• Create and implement annual overall appeal strategy. Track progress and make ongoing improvements. Design and write appeal letters, recruit and manage staff and volunteers during monthly/annual/holiday appeals.
• Manage Gift Acknowledgement Process.
• Oversee database
• Plan, organize, and implement fundraising events, including creating and overseeing budgets, securing venues, and invitees.

Marketing
• Create and execute annual marketing plan
• Manage and continuously improve Communication and Social Media strategy, including e-blasts, and all social media platforms
• Identify opportunities for fee media exposure.
• Lead team in production of HTC’s promotional materials.

Required Skills 2-3 years of proven experience in Marketing/Development. Excellent verbal and writing skills, strong familiarity with social media, email, and web. Strong skills in Excel, Word, and databases. Must excel at being organized, efficient with time, prioritizing, and working under the leadership of others. Must have flexibility, ability to manage a variety of tasks in one day, strong professional appearance and demeanor.

BENEFITS:
Competitive salary, paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, faith-filled, friendly atmosphere, the joy of knowing you are working to build a Culture of LIFE, a welcoming and happy team where faith, hope, and love are encouraged, and prayer is a normal part of our day.

TO APPLY:
Send cover letter and resume to hiring@healingtheculture.com. INDICATE YOUR COMMITMENT TO PRO-LIFE OBJECTIVES IN YOUR COVER LETTER.

Catholic School Educator

We are a private Catholic classical school located in Dallas TX serving 130 students in grades Pre-K through 8. Located on a 65 acre campus belonging to the Sisters of our Lady of Charity of the Good Shephard, we are seeking an individual to fill an upper level vacancy in the 2019-2020 school year with the following qualifications:
~ classically educated
~ experience equitable to that of a classroom teacher in regard to leadership,
management, organization, and order (ex: Resident Leader/Summer Camp
Counselor)
~ coursework/equitable experience in developmental psychology to recognize and
understand students varying cognitive/social/emotional levels of development
~ interest in coaching and/or permaculture a plus

Our desire is to fill this vacancy with an individual who is filled with zeal for our Catholic faith and with the wonder and joy of life and living, who will be an example and inspiration to his/her students and fellow faculty.

Interested candidate please email cover letter and resume to:

Mrs. Judith Ann Munchrath, Principal
j.munchrath@msmcatholic.org

See us @ www.msmcatholic.org

Events and Marketing Associate: Reporting directly to the President of this non-profit, 501c3, the Events and Marketing Associate assists in the management of the day-to-day activities of the organization at the direction of the President. The Events and Marketing Associate manages operations and procedures; finances; event planning; and document development. He or she must enjoy working within a small environment that is mission and results-driven. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations and 3 maintain a realistic balance between multiple priorities. Responsibilities include: working with staff to assist in the management of all fundraising channels including grassroots, major donors, events, corporate gifts and foundation grants; updating and managing the Jack Kemp Foundation website; creating graphics for the Foundation website, social media, emails and signage; and recruiting, interviewing, and hiring interns to support organization activities, as directed by the President. 0-4 years of pertinent job experience, a bachelor’s degree, and an ability to handle confidential matters with discretion are required. To apply, email info@jackkempfoundation.org with your resume, brief writing sample and if applicable, graphics, marketing, or other work samples that may benefit your application.

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: https://protectus.mimecast.com/s/aloaC9rLMoSz77pxIoDowT?domain=cblpi.org.

Special Events Manager America’s Future Foundation is seeking an innovative and detail-oriented event planner to coordinate our Washington, DC-based flagship events. AFF’s events have three primary goals: 1.) Introduce the AFF experience to a nationwide audience, 2.) Celebrate inspiring young leaders and 3.) Form lasting relationships and professional networks that empower guests to grow together. If you have event planning experience and are looking to boost your portfolio and flex your creative muscles, and if you have both the vision to produce an industry-leading event and the humility to assemble a nine-foot step-and-repeat backdrop, we are looking for you! Responsibilities include working with the executive director to develop event plans that are valuable, fun, and creative; securing venues and vendors, and negotiating contracts for upcoming events; and managing event execution timelines. Demonstrated success in planning events, a visionary mindset to help AFF take these events to the next level, and a strong eye for event design are required. To learn more and apply, please go to https://americasfuture.org/job/special-eventsmanager/.

American Enterprise Institute—Values & Capitalism Associate The American Enterprise Institute seeks an associate (title and salary are flexible, commensurate with experience) for its Values & Capitalism initiative, which engages Christian higher education to advance a moral case for free enterprise and foster broader conversations about faith, public policy, economics, and society. The position’s primary responsibilities include communicating both AEI and Values & Capitalism’s missions and research to students, professors, and administrators; helping plan and execute major conferences in Washington, DC, and around the country; coordinating and recruiting students for an educational summer honors program in Washington, DC; planning and recruiting students for a weekend honors program on faith and entrepreneurship; recruiting students and coordinating on-campus programming through AEI Executive Councils (AEI’s on-campus student leadership program); assisting with the production of digital and written educational resources, including books, essays, videos, and short films; maintaining databases to keep track of current and former students and academic partners; and liaising with AEI’s scholars to help facilitate their engagement with colleges and universities.

Candidate should have 1–3 years of relevant work experience. For more information, please visit: https://careers-aei.icims.com/jobs/1032/values-%26-capitalism-associate/job.

Bishop Ryan Catholic School in Minot, ND is seeking applicants for a middle and secondary school Latin instructor for the 2019-2020 school year. We are looking for a mission driven educator who would love teaching Latin in the context of a Catholic school. Our school is in the process of implementing a new educational plan that includes the teaching of Latin and other classically minded curricular pieces.
Interested parties should contact the principal, Mr. Chase Lee, at clee@brhs.com, or the school president, Fr. Jadyn Nelson, at (701-838-3355)
Resumés may be submitted electronically at clee@brhs.com.
Please feel free to discover more about our great little school at www.bishopryan.com!

Trade Book Project Coordinator
Our Sunday Visitor, Huntington, IN

Job Description
Incumbent’s primary function is to assist in the tracking, management and updating of trade books. Candidate expected to be able to work with teams across departments, communicate well and provide solutions to issues/problems as they occur.

Track assigned manuscript schedules throughout production process, and meet deadlines according to master project schedules
Communicate dates to outside authors, contributors and reviewers as needed
Process all vendor/freelance queries and procure answers from editorial, design, or project management in order to return accurate answers and information in a timely manner
Send and receive files to and from outside vendors, freelancers and contractors
Post files to correct server location following the established program folder hierarchy and naming convention
Maintain and track workflow and project schedules as assigned; update individual projects as needed
Assist in updating text of trade books in InDesign files
Attend status meetings, and provide updates on projects
Make recommendation on vendor/freelance usage, assist in procuring new vendors/freelancers
*Other duties as deemed necessary by Supervisor

Required Skills
General copyediting skills
Knowledge of Chicago Manual of Style

Education:
Relevant Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent work experience required

Required Experience
Publishing experience preferred
1-2 years’ experience in coordinating and tracking projects
Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word
Proficient in Adobe Products, especially InDesign
Excellent communication skills

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

HIRING PROCESS

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  careers@greatheartsamerica.org

Global Content Manager Traineeship

About Herrmann Global
Redefining Travel & Hospitality Marketing
www.herrmannglobal.com

We are an innovative branding, marketing and publishing think tank located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. We live and breathe our passion for experience-based travel, explore global destinations large and small. Together with stakeholders, we develop plans and tactics to amplify a unique and superior visitor experience utilizing the latest trends in technology and digital, mobile and social media.

Our mission is to deliver digital solutions, that will “inspire and enable consumers traveling worldwide with a purpose while sharing their digital journeys”. After 18 years of hard work in global hospitality service, travel publishing and destination branding we have seen what motivates leisure and business travelers today: a unique destination snapshot of their personal story they can share.

In a world with global competition, instant access, endless choices and social amplification travel brands today rise and fall quickly, based on their successful or unsuccessful promise to deliver this story to their core audience. We call it the Digital Age Of Superior Experiences where only a unique, relevant, authentic and visual connection will result in the absolute brand affinity.

Open Position:
Global Content Manager Traineeship

This position will cover a variety of tasks to fulfill the current needs of Herrmann Global and will be an internship position for up to three months, approx. 30-40 hours per week with the opportunity to grow into full time position. J-1 Visa Applications are welcome. We operate as a small company and have been growing so be prepared to wear several hats, however you will learn the most about expansion in a thriving businesses and entrepreneurship.

For applications, please send resume and cover letter to florian@herrmannglobal.com

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Global Content Creation, Curation & Client Management

  • Website management & content creation for our client websites including visual storytelling, copywriting, building itineraries, proof reading in english for international visitors
  • Foreign language creation, including the languages English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese
  • Create and curate stories by managing content via Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, Weibo and WeChat
  • Manage multi-lingual media campaigns for the travel and hospitality industry that involves affiliated 3rd party publishers
  • Work closely with client to identify content needs and priorities responding to and challenging briefs
  • Work with the client and internal staff on content strategy documentation and assets that includes social media, blogs and newsletters and lead generation
  • Implement and adjust content for clients
  • Check and review received contracts for all deliverables
  • Create clear, actionable briefs for content creators (e.g. content producers, copywriters, designers etc.)
  • Contact client to set up a campaign timeline and request materials, setting deadlines
  • Provide final results and reports to the client
  • Define policies, standards and guidelines for content creation, maintenance and governance
  • Work with translators on localizing relevant content into foreign languages
  • Contribute to creative campaign strategy and delivery and new business initiatives
  • Manage paid media programs on social channels for clients
  • Use analytics tool and interpret data to present meaningful insights to clients and use insights to continually improve strategy and creative and present findings to clients and colleagues.
  • Learn and understand key legal aspects of social media management and content creation (e.g. copyright, privacy, user data storage, contest rules, COPA etc) and ensure compliance.
  • Maintain client profitability by tracking tie & cost and ensuring projects stay on budget within scope
  • Assist in proposal writing and business development initiatives

Experience and other Skill Requirements:

  • Bachelors degree from a four-year college or university in a related field of study or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills with the ability to write professionally for varied audiences and in different voices
  • Knowledge in foreign languages preferred, but not necessary.
  • Professional level social media experience preferably working in the travel and hospitality industry
  • Experience in developing interactive content (incl. social content) relevant to international audiences in key. markets, such as US, Mexico, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, China, Japan, South Korea.
  • Understanding of the principals of content strategy and planning
  • Ability to create content for a number of different B2B and B2C audiences
  • Experience working with a range of content types (social, web, mobile etc.)
  • Understanding of and keen interest in – content trends and how they affect content
  • Understanding how social media can be part of owned, earned and paid communication
  • Strong analytical and math skills with proven ability to demonstrate data interpretation
  • Understanding about Real Time Marketing
  • Comfortable presenting in front of clients and colleagues
  • Ability to succeed in a fast-paced, ever changing environment
  • Meet absolute deadlines while exceeding client and team expectations

Skill Requirements for all Herrmann Global positions

  • Care more: exceptional customer service skills
  • Curiosity: a high level of interest in constantly learning new things
  • Problem solving: ability to identify and understand problems and willingness to solve them
  • Sensitivity: a high level of awareness for the needs of colleagues, clients and the HMS Global business
  • A global perspective and understanding of different cultures (ideally obtained through travel)

For applications, please send resume and cover letter to florian@herrmannglobal.com

Project Manager Internship in Advertising Campaigns (Paid)

Turning into a possible full time position and long-term opportunity after training period
Posted: November 27, 2018

Location: Lander, WY

This internship will be in the core of advertising and marketing with the goal to expand the client portfolio of the company across the United States. We are a fast growing organization and look for a talented professional self-starter to help managing our international social media projects, including marketing, advertising and video production services and custom advertising campaigns to clients in the tourism and hospitality industry.


For applications, please send resume and cover letter to florian@herrmannglobal.com

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

You will collaborate directly with our local and global team and will include the following elements:

Team Coordination

Assist in connecting our teams, specifically, between journalists, sales departments, and client services. Advertising project managers need to effectively communicate with our teams to set priorities, ensure that project milestones and budget expectations are met, and determine team member expectations across departments. An advertising project manager may also communicate directly with executives to provide progress updates.

Client Communication

You will be tasked with client communications, from initial meetings to determine the scope of a project and a client’s needs and expectations to receiving client feedback on deliverables. Additionally, advertising project managers need to communicate with clients and internal teams as the scope of the project shifts.

Strategic Planning

We want strategic thinkers, able to understand a client’s desired outcomes. This role requires a keen learning curve of our client’s industry  You should have a solid grasp of the client’s environment and be able to identify opportunities to innovate and improve our process.

Time and Personnel Management

You will work with staff members, developing an initial project plan and timeline to ensure that team members and clients understand the expectations. In addition, advertising project managers may identify areas where team members are needed to ensure that project milestones and deliverables are completed according to the schedule.

Advertising Project Manager Skills and Qualifications

Advertising project managers balance direct oversight of ongoing advertising projects with client communications and schedule management. We consider candidates with a bachelor’s degree, experience working for an advertising agency or the tourism industry and the following skills:

  • Project management – to ensure that they can take an active learning role in project development on a day-to-day basis
  • Personnel oversight – because they coordinate the activities of cross-functional teams, project managers should also have a firm grasp of personnel management principles and practices
  • Scheduling and planning – setting project schedules and timelines is a major part of the advertising project manager’s role, requiring attention to detail and the ability to plan multiple, concurrent projects
  • Written and verbal communication – advertising project managers frequently communicate with team members, clients, and contractors.

About Herrmann Global

Redefining Travel & Hospitality Marketing
259 W Main Street, Suite 201
Lander, WY 82520
www.herrmannglobal.com

We are an innovative branding, marketing and publishing think tank located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.  We live and breathe our passion for experience-based travel, explore global destinations large and small. Together with stakeholders, we develop plans and tactics to amplify a unique and superior visitor experience utilizing the latest trends in technology and digital, mobile and social media. Our core business is influencer marketing, social media campaigns and video production.

Our mission is to deliver digital solutions, that will “inspire and enable consumers traveling worldwide with a purpose while sharing their digital journeys”. After 18 years of hard work in global hospitality service, travel publishing and destination branding we have seen what motivates leisure and business travelers today: a unique destination snapshot of their personal story they can share.

In a world with global competition, instant access, endless choices and social amplification travel brands today rise and fall quickly, based on their successful or unsuccessful promise to deliver this story to their core audience. We call it the Digital Age Of Superior Experiences where only a unique, relevant, authentic and visual connection will result in the absolute brand affinity.

Skill Requirements for all Herrmann Global positions

  • Care more: exceptional customer service skills
  • Curiosity: a high level of interest in constantly learning new things
  • Problem solving: ability to identify and understand problems and willingness to solve them
  • Sensitivity: a high level of awareness for the needs of colleagues, clients and the Herrmann Global business
  • A global perspective and understanding of different cultures (ideally obtained through travel)
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 robert.golde@marines.usmc.mil or by phone at 970-484-8118.

Learn more at https://www.marines.com/becoming-a-marine/officer.html.

 

Teach Kentucky (www.teachkentucky.com) is seeking college graduates (by June 2019) in most majors to teach full time in high needs public middle and high schools of the Greater Louisville, KY area while pursuing an Alternative Route Teacher Certification via a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree. Our cohort members serve as the teachers of record in their classrooms and receive a full time teacher’s salary and benefits while simultaneously earning their certification.

About Teach Kentucky
Teach Kentucky, an AmeriCorps program, recruits college graduates to launch their teaching careers in Louisville, Kentucky’s public schools. For 16 years, we have recruited energetic, passionate, and tenacious would-be educators to our program from 40+ states and more than 100 top-tier colleges and universities.

Now in our 17th recruiting season, we have assembled more than $800,000 of funding for our candidates in 2018-19 from AmeriCorps, Jefferson County Public Schools, university partners, local foundations, and more. This means that the majority of our candidates pay little to no tuition for their Master of Arts in Teaching.

Beyond funding, Teach Kentucky provides robust support for teachers during their first two years, as they teach full time while earning their MAT, and beyond. We seek applicants with a deep content knowledge and a desire to make a difference in an urban public school environment.

Accepted applicants will receive:
From Teach Kentucky:
$12,190 towards tuition or loans from AmeriCorps Segal Education Award
A free month of transitional housing, plus summer relocation help
Extensive mentor support team during the first two years
From Jefferson County Public Schools:
Same starting salary and benefits as all other beginning teachers, currently $42,700. (Salary may vary slightly if teaching in adjacent districts), plus annual pay increases, including a pay increase of approx. $7,000 upon completion of M.A.T.
Up to $4,000 relocation incentive based on miles moved
Reimbursement of Praxis Subject Assessment Exams in content area(s)
District-specific scholarships available for critical-needs hires: currently – Math, Sciences, and Dual Content

The majority of STEM and Dual Cert teachers are eligible to receive financial support of nearly 100% of M.A.T. tuition cost

Qualifications to Apply
Bachelor’s degree conferred by June 1, 2019
Ability and desire to relocate to Louisville, KY by June 1, 2019
Minimum 2.75* cumulative undergraduate GPA at time of graduation, 3.0 or higher preferred
Citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States.
A desire to become an exceptional teacher
*The minimum GPA is mandated by the state of Kentucky
To apply visit https://teachkentucky.com/apply/
***For answers to questions, don’t hesitate to call or email:
Blake Johnson, Recruitment Coordinator, (502) 552-8544, blake@teachkentucky.com
Rowan Claypool, Founder and President, (502) 599-5061, rowan@teachkentucky.com

Part-time Positions, Internships, and Seasonal Employment