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New team members – Mercy McAuley High School – 2024-25

Mercy McAuley High School is looking for a new team member to join us for the 2024-2025 school year.  We are seeking a part-time, qualified, licensed teacher who will take pride in their work, providing a CREATIVE, FUN learning environment for our students.  You will be beginning the new American Sign Language (ASL) Program for grades 9 – 12 at Mercy McAuley Catholic, All Girls High School. The ASL Teacher will be responsible for instructing hearing students in how to use ASL to communicate effectively and to provide information about the deaf culture to students so they can better understand the language and the culture of the Deaf community. The ASL teacher will also be responsible for developing a multi-year ASL program.

Mercy McAuley High School is seeking a dynamic math teacher for the 2024-25 school year. This position is a part-time, benefit eligible, salaried, Ohio teaching licensed, on-site position and reports to the principal. This teacher will be responsible for developing and implementing engaging lessons, while following the curriculum, analyzing assessment data with the purpose of monitoring teaching strategies, integrating technology tools, and participating in Professional Learning Communities. This person must have the ability to teach all academic levels in math courses ranging from Pre-algebra to Calculus at our all-girls Catholic High School.

Mercy McAuley is looking for a pirouetting dance team coach to build our dance team program next year! We are looking for an enthusiastic person with dance team coaching experience, willing to share their talents & love of dance with our young women.

Mercy McAuley is looking for a swinging assistant golf coach to join our golf program next year! We are looking for an enthusiastic person to help assist the new head coach. Come and share your talents & the love of the game of golf with our young women.

Mercy McAuley just won state!  We are now looking for a head coach to continue to shape our volleyball program in the coming years!  We are looking for an enthusiastic person to share your talent, skill, & yearning to coach build our young women to the next level.

To apply for any position, submit your resume & letter of interest to [email protected].  Please type the POSITION TITLE and YOUR NAME in the subject field of the email.

 

 

Social Services Advocate – St. Vincent de Paul

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].

 

 

Technology Manager – Athenaeum of Ohio

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.

Responsibilities

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.

Qualifications

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.

Compensation

Competitive salary and benefits package within the non-profit, education sector, including excellent medical insurance, long-term disability, life insurance, and 401K plan.

Interested Candidates

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]

 

Senior Accountant – Athenaeum of Ohio

The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology (MTSM) is seeking a proven financial professional with strong communication skills to fill the key role of Senior Accountant. This is a flexible, salaried position with excellent benefits.

Responsibilities

Prepare and monitor the MTSM annual operating budget.

Prepare quarterly reports for the MTSM Board of Trustees Finance Committee and the Board of Trustees.

Record monthly general ledger contribution accounts and capital campaign pledges. Reconcile Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge reports with Development Office staff.

Work with the President and VP of Finance to ensure accurate forecasting and reporting of revenue, expenditures, and year-end balances.

Prepare work papers and accompanying account analysis for external auditors. Prepare the annual GAAP financial statements in collaboration with the external auditors.

Review budgets and financial statements with the leadership team and internal department heads.

Review payroll and benefit reports for accuracy and serve as backup to Bookkeeper.

Review monthly bank reconciliation of all MTSM bank accounts and general ledger journal entries.

Prepare financial reports for various educational and/or governmental agencies including Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Association of Theological Schools (ATS), and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

Review and monitor the endowment investment accounts and serve as liaison between trustee, investment advisor, and investment managers. Record monthly investment activity.

Document financial processes and procedures.

Serve as the recording secretary for the finance committee.

Perform other responsibilities consistent with the position as assigned or requested by the leadership team.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field. CPA preferred.

Minimum of 5 years of accounting experience in the not-for-profit sector (fund-based accounting).

Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Office 365.

Experience with Blackbaud Financial NXT is a plus.

Compensation

Competitive salary and benefits package within the non-profit, education sector, including excellent medical insurance, long-term disability, life insurance, and 401K plan.

Interested Candidates

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]

 

 

Formation and Service Learning Coordinator – St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati is seeking an organized and creative Catholic individual with a passion for helping others grow in their faith and incorporating Catholic Social Teaching into their daily lives as our new Formation and Service Learning Coordinator. The Coordinator will assist the Formation and Service Learning team in the development and presentation of high quality presentations, workshops, retreats, and major annual events throughout the year. The Coordinator supports our community of parish-based Vincentian members, our network of volunteers, the District Council support staff, and community partners in their search to learn more as they grow in our essential elements of faith, fellowship, and service within the wider Cincinnati area. This role is primarily a Tuesday – Saturday role featuring occasional evening hours and travel as appropriate for retreats or special events.

Those interested in applying should send a cover letter including expected compensation and resume to Christopher Kelley, Formation and Service Learning Director, at [email protected].

 

 

Ozanam Center Program Manager – St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati is seeking a passionate, motivated, and talented Catholic individual as the Ozanam Center Program Manager, leading the Center forward in its next great chapter. The Ozanam Center for Service Learning was founded by St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati as a dynamic hub for Catholic and Vincentian formation in the Cincinnati area. The Center seeks to guide adults and young people, as well as professional and community groups, through the reflective methods of service learning as they explore social concerns/needs within the greater Cincinnati community, with a special awareness of the impact of poverty on communities. The Ozanam Center Program Manager engages with a variety of professional and community partners, schools, universities, and other groups as the Program Manager develops high quality workshops and immersive retreat experiences rooted in Catholic Social Teaching, and which reflect our Vincentian tradition of faith, fellowship, and service. Local travel throughout Hamilton County, and potentially nearby counties is required. Work weeks vary seasonally and includes some night/weekend work.

 

To apply, please submit a cover letter/letter of interest and resume to Christopher Kelley, Formation and Service Learning Director: [email protected].

Full-Time Cook – Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology is looking to immediately hire a full-time cook to join our dietary team. The position comes with great pay and benefits as well as a vibrant and respectful working environment. The primary function of this role is to prepare meals–including hot and cold food items as well as desserts–for our residents, students, staff, and outside events. Candidates must have previous experience following recipes and cooking procedures. ServSafe Certification is a plus. See the full job description here. Please send your resume to Mike Wulker at [email protected].