Saint Joseph Academy in Walton, Kentucky is looking to hire a teacher, full or part-time, for our 2-Day/Homeschooling Math Program for the 2024-2025 school year.
The individual would be teaching students in grades 3-8 using an already established curriculum. Experience teaching children in the home or school setting is preferred.
If you are interested or would like additional information you may contact Sister Patricia Jean, SJW at [email protected] or call the school at 859-485-6444.
By David Cooley.
Education is a ministry of the Catholic Church because there is an undeniable thread between the general pursuit of knowledge and the journey of understanding who we are in the universe. We cannot come to fully know ourselves and the world around us unless we come to know the Creator of all things.
The goal of education is not to get into the best university or to be successful at a desired career. The goal is not even for an individual to ultimately obtain his or her financial freedom. It is so much deeper than that. Education is good for its own sake. There is something innate in us that makes us want to find the truth.
And the Truth is a person. It is not enough for us to just be financially free, we long to be completely free. And we will only be completely free when we come to know, love, and serve our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is a foundation that is missing in secular education, and it is one of the many reasons why Catholic schools are so important.
Education cannot and should not only be an intellectual exercise. Not only must the intellect be formed, but the will must be formed as well. This is why Catholic schools put such an emphasis on a complete formation of the human person. Human beings are intellectual, physical, spiritual, emotional, and social beings. We long for communion with each other and with God.
We are made for so much more than a career. We are made for God, and we are restless until we understand this and give over our lives, which are a complete gift, back to God. Learning about God must be part of a student’s education; however, Catholic schools are designed to not only be a place where we learn about God, but, more importantly, to be a place where we can encounter and grow in our relationship with Him.
To know about Jesus is to love him, and to love him is to serve him. Only on this path can we truly learn to know and love ourselves, and to love and serve our neighbors.
Our Catholic schools can and do prepare students for college and the work force, but they go way beyond that. Our Catholic schools do form good citizens that will contribute in a positive way to society, but that is just a happy accident. Our Catholic schools have great athletes, but they are more concerned with forming disciples of Christ and future saints than anything else. Now is the perfect time for all of us to double down on our faith, be bold and proud Catholics, and let our children know that it is way more important for them to get into Heaven than it is for them to get into Harvard.
David Cooley is co-director of the Office of Catechesis and Evangelization, Diocese of Covington, Ky.
Thomas More University invites qualified individuals to apply for our full time position of Payroll and Benefits Administrator, which administers and performs operations of the payroll involved in the processing of time and earnings records of all University employees, as well as coordinating employee benefits. Specific responsibilities include:
- Performs duties associated with the overall management and processing of the student payroll function. Coordinates processing of new student workers with the Financial Aid Department.
- Prepares payroll data for input and enters data in the Paycor system and prepares payroll reports for each payroll processed.
- Processes TIAA deposits with the semi-monthly payroll.
- Assists in on-boarding new employees on payroll and with benefit elections, and input new employee data in Paycor and J1.
- Responsible for the tracking of employee time-off reports and maintain accumulated time off hours.
- Coordinate Paycor on-line annual employee open enrollment process.
- Order name badges for employees and invoice each department as appropriate.
- Coordinate employee tax liability for graduate tuition remission.
- Complete verification of employment forms and /or phone calls.
- Train new Paycor users and new supervisors.
- Maintain current with payroll laws and practices as well as ACA (Affordable Care Act).
- Coordinate IPEDS/CUPA data for salary surveys and institutional reporting.
- Processes incoming and outgoing mail for the department.
- Handle complaints or questions regarding discrepancies in payroll and benefits.
- Process employee benefit changes with providers and adjust payroll deductions as needed.
- Process garnishment requests.
- Maintains employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential.
- Facilitates the annual reconciliation of W2’s.
- Develop Paycor reports to meet the needs of various departments as requested.
- Audit medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance invoices and correct errors timely.
- Assist with staff development and engagement activities.
- Coordinates employee wellness program.
- Update on-line employee directory along with the on-line organizational chart.
- Performs other department job related responsibilities as assigned.
- Coordinate on-boarding of student workers and maintenance of active student worker files.
- Coordinate tracking of student payroll hours, including supervisor set-up and timesheet approvals and input of exception hours.
- Process payroll checks & direct deposits for student workers.
- Assist with payroll tracking of students under the federal work study program.
- Assist with tax reporting and W-2 issues for student workers.
To apply for this position, Send resume/CV, cover letter, and reference list to:
Laura Custer, Director of Human Resources [email protected] 859-344-3314
St. Vincent de Paul has an immediate full-time opening. The Social Services Advocate (SSA) is the primary contact person for those requesting services at the Neyer Outreach Center. The SSA will be cross-trained on all of our direct service programs, including Welcome Rooms, Call Center, Front Desk, and Choice Food Pantry. Engagement, assessment, eligibility determination, gathering documentation, and service delivery are key functions. The right candidate will have a heart for service, compassion for those we serve, and a willingness to serve in the area of most need. The team member must be able to build relationships with neighbors in need, using a strengths-based approach to help them recognize and utilize their personal strengths and resources. This team member must consistently model the mission and values of St. Vincent de Paul and adhere to SVDP’s policies and procedures to ensure program sustainability. Each SSA will have a primary area of focus, but will also support the team with other duties as needed. Interested individuals may send a resume and letter of interest by email to [email protected].
Saint Joseph Academy in Walton, Kentucky is looking to hire a teacher for our 2-Day/Second Grade/ Homeschooling Program for the 2024-2025 school year. The individual would be teaching in a self-contained classroom of second grade students with an already established curriculum. Experience teaching children in the home or school setting is preferred. If you are interested or would like additional information you may contact Sister Patricia Jean, SJW at [email protected] or call the school at 859-485-6444.
Saint Joseph Academy in Walton, Kentucky is looking to hire a Language Arts Teacher for our 5 – 8 grades for the 2024-2025 school year. The candidate would be responsible for creating a classroom environment that develops in each student the skills of listening, speaking, love of reading, and writing. Experience is preferred but will interview all interested persons. If you are interested, you may submit your resume with a cover letter and references to Sister Patricia Jean, SJW at [email protected] or call the school at 859-485-6444 for more information.
The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology (MTSM) is seeking a proven technology professional with strong communication skills to fill the key role of Technology Manager. This is a hands-on, full-time salaried position with excellent benefits.
Manage the day-today technology needs of MTSM, including providing support for Windows and Mac workstations, printers, copiers, scanners, phone system, security systems, AV equipment, and Smart Classroom equipment.
Serve as a liaison with the contracted network/infrastructure provider and other technology vendors.
Work closely with the VP of Finance and other department heads to plan for the technology needs of MTSM.
Maintain a budget for needed supplies, replacement parts, software, and third-party services such as website hosting, online backups, internet connectivity, and phone service.
Provide support to the HR department in onboarding and offboarding processes.
Document systems and maintain inventory and service history of technology equipment.
Perform other responsibilities consistent with the position as assigned or requested by the leadership team.
Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field.
Minimum of 5 years of experience managing technology devices and supporting end users.
Strong knowledge of networking, Microsoft Windows, Office 365, computer equipment, and peripheral technology devices.
Competitive salary and benefits package within the non-profit, education sector, including excellent medical insurance, long-term disability, life insurance, and 401K plan.
Please send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
Athenaeum of Ohio
Attn: Ms. Melanie Suer
6616 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Electronic submissions to: [email protected]