Prince of Peace Montessori School, a member of the Diocese of Covington’s Alliance for Catholic Urban Education, is seeking candidates for the part-time position of Instructional Assistant. Hours of work would be Mondays 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The instructional Assistant will assist the teacher in classroom duties; lead/monitor small group and individual classroom work; and monitor recess. Interested individuals may contact Mr. Tony Barkley, Principal, at 859-431-5153, or email a letter of interest and a brief descriptive resume to [email protected].
The Diocese of Covington is accepting applications for the full time Curia position of Secretary in the Office of Catechesis and Faith Formation. This office provides leadership and direction to parishes and schools in the broad areas of religious education (both in-school and out-of-school), family life ministry, youth ministry, and young adult ministry. The position of Secretary supports the work of the Co-Directors and the Associate Director. It requires a detail-oriented practicing Roman Catholic with exceptional interpersonal and general office skills and a familiarity with Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, and Access. Interested individuals are asked to send a cover letter, resume with compensation history, and at least five references with email contacts to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR by email, fax, or mail to [email protected], 859/392-1589, or 1125 Madison Ave., Covington, KY 41011-3115.
Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, Kentucky is seeking a long term sub in Biology. This position would be for the period of March 1, 2020 to May 29, 2020. Training in Biology is required. Please send a letter of interest and resume to [email protected]. Notre Dame Academy is a Catholic all girls high school sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame.
The Messenger, the Diocese of Covington’s official weekly newspaper published 44 times per year, seeks a full time Assistant Editor. Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics in good standing with the Church. The position requires a broad range of abilities, including excellent writing, proofreading, and organizational skills; basic photography skills; a commitment to confidentiality and teamwork; a passion for completing diverse projects accurately, thoroughly, and reliably; and adaptability to interactions with colleagues, other Diocesan employees, and interviewees. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and imaginative, with a readiness to explore multimedia platforms. In addition to regular office hours, evening and weekend assignments occur regularly and are considered part of the job. Interested candidates may submit a comprehensive resume, compensation history, references including contact email addresses, and writing samples to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR by e-mail, fax, or mail: [email protected], (859) 392-1589, 1125 Madison Avenue, Covington, KY 41011-3115.
The Diocese of Covington’s Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a full-time Counselor for our Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Programs. This counselor performs all the duties of a Licensed Counselor, for our general counseling practice serving individuals and families with a partial emphasis on pregnancy and adoption.
Educational and Experiential Criteria:
- Practicing Roman Catholic.
- Master’s degree required plus three years related experience preferred.
- Advanced licensure or certification indicating ability to practice independently or be within one year of that certification, such as LPCC or LCSW.
- Experience with diverse populations including children, adults, couples, and families, those with mental illness and substance use disorders, life transitions, all income levels, various cultural backgrounds. In addition, interest in Pregnancy Counseling and Adoption Services strongly preferred.
- Experience with DSM 5.
- Performs all the duties of the independent therapist and demonstrates an ability to work independently other than with administrative oversight.
- Participates in internal and external functions which advance the cause of human services at Catholic Charities and in the community including: advocacy, teaching, participation in planning processes, etc.
Interested candidates should submit resume, including at least three references with contact email addresses, along with cover letter and salary history by email to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR [email protected]. For the full job posting please click: Mental Health Pregnancy-Adoption Counselor
Saint Agnes School, a K-8 school in Fort Wright, Kentucky is seeking substitute teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. Substitute teachers must be Virtus trained. Please submit a resume or letter of interest to Assistant Principal Judy Pieper at [email protected].
Saint Agnes School, a K-8 school in Fort Wright, Kentucky is currently seeking a Music Teacher for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. This is a part-time, contracted position teaching music to K-8 students. We are seeking applicants who are practicing Roman Catholics with liturgical, choral, and theatrical music experience. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Principal Erin Cappy at [email protected].
St. Therese Catholic School is seeking substitute teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. Substitute teachers must be Virtus trained. Please submit a resume or letter of interest to Principal Katie Boruske at [email protected] or call 859-441-0449 for more information.
St. Cecilia School in Independence, Kentucky is looking for a certified elementary School Counselor to serve students in Grades K-8 on a flexible and part time schedule. If interested please send cover letter and resume to Kenny Collopy at [email protected].
CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF JACKSON, MS
Contact: Abbey Schuhmann, 601-949-6934, [email protected]
Title: Coordinator, Office of Intercultural Ministry
Department: Department of Faith Formation
Reports To: Director, Department of Faith Formation
The development of Intercultural Ministry across the Diocese
Develop a greater awareness of the need for and appreciation of intercultural ministries across all traditions, ethnicities, and geographical areas within the diocese, drawing on the insights and recommendations of the report, “Sharing the Gift: Developing Fruitful Intercultural Ministry.”
Training and Support
Identify and share best practices, with an emphasis on faith formation, in intercultural ministry. Work with those involved at the diocesan and local parish level to develop leaders tasked to meet the needs of our various intercultural communities.
Position Type: Exempt, Full Time
Work Environment: Regular work/office hours 35 hours a week. Travel required; mileage reimbursed. Some nights and weekend work.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree in Theology/Pastoral Ministry or another religious studies field preferred.
Minimum five years’ experience in parish pastoral ministry. Diocesan experience a plus.
Key Skills and Competencies
Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.
A willingness to contribute to and work with the other teams in the Diocese of Jackson.
Experience of working successfully across a wide range of different cultures.
Experience of developing and providing training, preferably in a church context.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
Able to facilitate conversations with and between different groups.
Great networking skills.
Fluency in both Spanish and English preferred.
Experience of building and leading successful teams, with a track record of working collaboratively.
Experience with supervision of staff preferred.
Summary of Essential Job Functions:
Providing resources and training for pastoral care taking place in the various cultural communities throughout the diocese.
Providing a link with the Office of Youth Ministry and the other Offices in the Department of Faith Formation to ensure a ministry of presence to youth of all ethnicities, backgrounds, and experiences.
Providing diocesan wide events that celebrate our unique cultural experiences while inviting the larger community.
Assisting pastors, parish directors and pastoral leaders in educating the people of God on our responsibility to welcome new members from other cultures as their parishes grow in diversity.
Diocese of Covington