Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Individual Giving Associate
Michiana Public Broadcasting Corporation
Station(s): WNIT-TV
Job Type: fulltime
Hours:
Compensation: DOE / hour

Job Description:
WNIT Public Television is seeking an Individual Giving Associate. College degree preferred. Working knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel required.  Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work assignments required.  Additional knowledge with membership and fund raising related software is a plus. Previous customer service experience and experience in the television industry is desirable.

Benefits:
Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Retirement Plan, Partially Paid Health Insurance, Voluntary Dental Insurance, Personal Time, YMCA Membership.

Education Required:
College degree preferred.

Experience Required:
Working knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel required.  Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work assignments required.  Additional knowledge with membership and fund raising related software is a plus. Previous customer service experience and experience in the television industry is desirable.

Date Available: open now

Contact Info:
Mary Aupperle
Fax:
Instructions: Apply by sending a cover letter and resume to: WNIT Public Television, Attn: Individual Giving Associate Search Committee, PO Box 7034, South Bend, IN 46634-7034. Please mention where you saw this position posted.

EEO Statement
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WNIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


This job notice expires: When position filled
YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, INC.
PROJECT SAFE PLACE – SAFE PLACE COORDINATOR

DEFINITION – Responsible for operation and services of the Safe Place project

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
1. Strengthens agency outreach through improvements in existing Safe Place sites.
2. Expands the Safe Place system to provide greater access for youth
3. Recruits, screens, trains, and maintains Safe Place volunteers
4. Provides presentations in area schools, clubs, agencies, businesses, and organizations regarding YSB programming.
5. Participates in speaking engagements and fundraising
6. Assists in preparing for monitoring visits by funding sources
7. Completes data reports as required by YSB an d Project Safe Place
8. Performs other tasks as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor degree required in social work, psychology, criminal justice, or related field. Experience desired.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Support agency goals and the operational functioning of the YSB programs as a whole; willingness to participate in workshops and other opportunities for professional growth; meets regularly with supervisor, maintains commitment to continual learning and quality performance; carries out job duties according to the time schedule established with supervisor, utilizes a strengths based solution focused and trauma-informed approach when working with youth, families, staff and members of the community at large.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY: Knowledge of basic sociological, psychological, and child development principles; familiar with child abuse and neglect issues and teen/youth adult issues; knowledge of area social service agencies; ability to accurately assess situations and organize and implement care plans; ability to work independently and as a part of a team and clearly communicate orally and in written form, ability to deal effectively in a sensitive manner to diverse populations.

LICENSE NEEDED: Valid driver’s license

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Director of Development

HOURS: 16 hours weekly with regularly scheduled day and evening hours.

SALARY RANGE:
This position is non-exempt and qualifies under the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage and overtime pay requirements.

This job description is intended to be a general summary of job content. It should not be construed to be an exhaustive list of job duties and job requirements.
YSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Chief Information & Technology Officer
South Bend Community School Corporation

SALARY RANGE:     $70,000-$80,000

REPORTS TO :         Superintendent

SUPERVISES :          Data Management, Information Services, Technology Services

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Chief Information & Technology Officer (CIO) is responsible for developing, implementing, managing, and evaluating all technology-based infrastructure and initiatives for the school district.  The CIO provides direct leadership, vision, and operational management for hardware, software, media, and technology systems at every level of the corporation. The CIO is an expert in educational technology systems, on both current and emerging IT initiatives. The CIO leads the corporation’s technology needs with integrity and with a diligent focus on cost effectiveness, strategic planning, and development of a thriving IT framework and staff.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:
     Develop and maintain an appropriate and efficient IT organizational structure that supports the needs of the school corporation
     Develop, track, and control the IT annual operating and capital budgets
     Manage technologies and information services provided at all levels of the corporation
     Ensure educational technologies are functioning and improved for peak efficiencies
     Establish IT departmental goals and operating procedures based on cost/benefit analyses for IT investments and initiatives
     Identify opportunities for investing in appropriate and cost-effective resources, including staffing, supporting, and financing IT systems, and their associated investment risks
     Establish an information technology governance model, fostering innovation, and coordinating the evaluation, deployment, and management of current and future IT systems across the corporation
     Collaborate with other departments to establish integrated technology needs and streamline opportunities for improved IT systems
     Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the corporation as a member of the superintendent’s cabinet
     Direct development and execution of an enterprise-wide disaster recovery and business continuity plan
     Supervise recruitment, development, retention, and organization of all IT staff in accordance with personnel policies

QUALIFICATIONS:
     University degree in computer science education, and/or business administration. Master’s degree, or considerable experience, in one of these fields.
     3-5 years of IT leadership or commensurate experience.
     Demonstrated success in implementing IT solutions to business / educational needs

QUALIFICATIONS (continued):
     Demonstrated success in vendor contract negotiations and business intelligence improvements
     Strong understanding of current K-12 educational technologies, including software, hardware, network systems, and informational services
     Knowledgeable on federal, state, and local laws and legal regulations for technology standards, contracts, and purchasing protocols
     Experienced in computing platforms, programming languages, cloud computing, network systems, and technology-related communication tools
     Excellent understanding of project management principles

ACQUISITIONS & DEPLOYMENT
     As part of an overall governance model, coordinate and facilitate consultation with stakeholders to define business and systems requirements for new technologies
     Review hardware and software acquisition and maintenance contracts and pursue master agreements to capitalize on strategic partnerships and economies of scale
     Define and communicate corporate plans, policies, and standards for the organization for acquiring, implementing, and operating IT systems

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
     Ensure continuous delivery of IT services through oversight of service level agreements with end users and monitoring of IT systems performance
     Keep current with trends and issues in the IT industry, including technologies and prices
     Advise, counsel, and educate cabinet-level executives and corporation management on their competitive or financial impact
     Promote and oversee strategic relationships between internal IT resources and external entities, including government, community, suppliers, and partner organizations

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:
     Diligent leader with demonstrated strengths in accountability and integrity
     Demonstrates a technology-savvy method of management and corporation vision
     Excellent interpersonal skills, including all levels of corporate and public interactions
     Exceptionally self-motivated and confident in multi-tiered management roles
     Ability to assist users and trainers on software, hardware, and technology systems

WORK CONDITIONS:
     Availability for after-hours meetings with Board of Trustees
     On-call availability for emergencies and superintendent/cabinet-level issues
     Periodic travel

     Works in standard office and school building environments.  Must be able to work regularly scheduled hours.  Must be able to handle stress.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE
Ross Education LLC

Rossis looking for staff to join our Ross Medical Education Center Team in the role described below. If you have post-secondary for-profit education experience in Admissions, Career Services, Financial Aid or Management, then you know the personal reward of assisting students in changing their lives. If you are new to our industry, but are an experienced professional in administrative, office, banking, sales, customer service or management, you may have transferable skills to move into our industry.
Job Summary The Career Development Representative works under the direction of the Campus Director, with dotted line reporting to the Regional Career Services Manager. Responsible for Job Development, Student Career and Professional Development and Externship Assignments and Site Development

Benefits
As full-time employee with Ross Education, you will be part of an established and growing educational organization with a supportive family atmosphere and a dedication to providing our students with the best career training available. Your experience is a vital part of our success, and we will provide you with the training and resources you need. You may also qualify for advancement to other positions depending on your credentials. Your hard work and professional dedication will be rewarded with competitive compensation, including benefits: (most after a standard waiting period)
 Health, dental and vision coverage (employee contribution to premium)
 Life insurance and short and long term disability insurance (provided by Ross)
 Tuition reimbursement, Accrued time off, paid holidays, 401(k)
 Reduced tuition in Ross College Online (one year waiting period)
 Verizon Wireless Discount and Dell Employee Purchase Program
 Employee Referral Bonus Program
 Monthly pay and direct deposit

Requirements
 Associates Degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Bachelor’s Degree preferred
 4+ years of proven sales experience and demonstrated results from jobs like outplacement, workforce development, placement/recruiting, public relations, business development, event planning, advertising, marketing, pharma or other sales related positions. 5+ years preferred
 Experience making sales calls and developing relationships and contacts in the community
 Experience managing a personal sales funnel, territory or assigned accounts
 Education and work experience requirements may differ based on state and accrediting organizations’ standards
 References/Letters of Reference that substantiate achieved sales goals, preferred
 Experience in a post-secondary education setting, preferred
 Reference and background check required for employment, including credit check
 Protection of student and/or employee privacy is expected in the handling of confidential and/or financial information
 Protection of the corporation and privacy of corporate proprietary and confidential information is expected
 Ability to travel to multiple locations in a workday. You are required to provide your own suitable transportation. Travel reimbursement is provided per the Ross Education Employee Handbook
 Must have sufficient visual and auditory ability to operate computer equipment, use telephone, read materials, and office equipment
 Professional communication encompasses written, oral, visual and digital communication. Successful communication skills are required for working at Ross and involve the following: writing, reading, editing, speaking, listening, software applications, data entry and reporting, and Internet research
 Ability to build rapport with students and staff
 Ability to work with different teams
 Ability to remain focused and adapt quickly in fast-paced work environment
 Ability to achieve goals; We work to make our students successful and we measure that in our individual and team accomplishments
 Strong attention to detail & accuracy, and commitment to quality
 Ability to organize your work and meet deadlines
 Demonstrate professionalism in manner, dress and conduct as a representative of Ross and a student mentor
 Adhere to Ross Code of Conduct and Professional Ethics
 Ability to work at least two evenings a week
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Job Development and Placement
 Generate new job leads
 Build professional relationships within the medical community
 Manage personal sales funnel
 Make field sales calls and service visits
 Convert leads to interviews and job placements
 Identify and resolve employer issues
 Communicate openings to students via phone, by mail, or in person
 Follow-up on all referrals, interviews and placements
 Document activity as required and ensure integrity of data
 May arrange job development visitations and complete appropriate forms
 Establish market knowledge and properly represent Ross in the community

Student Career Development
 Develop and maintain professional student relationships
 Participate with new student orientation
 Conduct classroom presentations such as “Junior” Meetings and Mini-presentations as reflected in the Career Development Guide
 Assist students with resume development and career preparation
 Develop working knowledge of students’ strengths and areas of opportunity and interest in order to market effectively for job opportunities
 Work with students on professional development (i.e. dress, attitude, communication, etc.)
 Demonstrate professional example for students to follow
 Coordinate and review student mock interviews
 Conduct one-on-one appointments with students and graduates as needed
 Maintain regular contact with unplaced graduates via weekly calls, appointments, etc.

Externship Assignment and Development
 Coordinate, approve, and confirm student externship assignments
 Identify, develop and secure new externship sites and obtain required affiliation agreements
 Participate in student externship seminars
 Service and maintain relationships with existing externship/employer sites

Expected Outcomes
 Achieve required minimum of 70% placement rate for each program
 Achieve required minimum of 40% Extern to Hire rate
 Meet established job development activity goals
 Improve On-time Completion YOY
 Achieve Employer and Student survey results of 90% or greater

Perform related work as required
Visit https://www.rosseducation.edu/careers/ to Apply Online.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
ASSISTANT CAMPUS DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
Ross Education LLC is looking for staff to join our Ross Medical Education Center Team in the role described below. If you have post-secondary for-profit education experience in Admissions, Career Services, Financial Aid or Management, then you know the personal reward of assisting students in changing their lives. If you are new to our industry, but are an experienced professional in administrative, office, banking, sales, customer service or management, you may have transferable skills to move into our industry.
Job Summary The Assistant Campus Director of Admissions works under the direction of the Regional Director of Admissions with dotted line accountability to the Campus Director and EVP of Admissions. The Assistant Campus Director of Admissions develops the skills of Admissions Representatives and oversees and contributes to the admissions outcomes at the campus. He/She will ensure the use of best practices, meet customer service standards and follow compliance requirements to achieve campus enrollment and retention goals. The Assistant Campus Director of Admissions also performs all the duties of an Admissions Representative while driving activity and providing oversight for campus admissions.
Benefits
As full-time employee with Ross Education, you will be part of an established and growing educational organization with a supportive family atmosphere and a dedication to providing our students with the best career training available. Your experience is a vital part of our success, and we will provide you with the training and resources you need. You may also qualify for advancement to other positions depending on your credentials. Your hard work and professional dedication will be rewarded with competitive compensation, including benefits: (most after a standard waiting period)
 Health, dental and vision coverage (employee contribution to premium)
 Life insurance and short and long term disability insurance (provided by Ross)
 Tuition reimbursement, Accrued time off, paid holidays, 401(k)
 Reduced tuition in Ross College Online (one year waiting period)
 Verizon Wireless Discount and Dell Employee Purchase Program
 Employee Referral Bonus Program
 Monthly pay and direct deposit
Requirements
 Two years direct sales experience in admissions, recruiting, intangible or other sales with a High School diploma or GED. Associates or Bachelor’s degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) preferred.
 Ability to build collaborative relationships with a diverse customer population through active listening, noting reactions, asking discovery questions and understanding motivations.
 Ability to generate new student prospect referrals from customer base and community
 Ability to give one-on-one presentations and conduct interviews
 Ability and desire to make extensive outbound phone calls, using phone outlines to set appointments
 Results driven with the ability to promote the benefits of higher education
 1+ years post-secondary education admissions experience strongly preferred
 Demonstrated leadership, communication and coaching skills
 Ability to conduct one-on-one training
 Education and work experience requirements may differ based on state and accrediting organizations’ standards
 Reference and background check required for employment, including credit check
 Protection of student and/or employee privacy is expected in the handling of confidential and/or financial information
 Protection of the corporation and privacy of corporate proprietary and confidential information is expected
 Must be able to remain stationary for extended periods of time, such as call blocks, teaching sessions, student appointments, etc.
 Must have sufficient visual and auditory ability to operate computer equipment, use telephone, read materials, and office equipment
 Professional communication encompasses written, oral, visual and digital communication. Successful communication skills are required for working at Ross and involve the following: writing, reading, editing, speaking, listening, software applications, data entry and reporting, and Internet research.
 Ability to build rapport with students and staff
 Ability to work with different teams
 Ability to remain focused and adapt quickly in fast-paced work environment
 Ability to achieve goals; We work to make our students successful and we measure that in our individual and team accomplishments
 Strong attention to detail & accuracy, and commitment to quality
 Ability to organize your work and meet deadlines
 Demonstrate professionalism in manner, dress and conduct as a representative of Ross and a student mentor
 Adhere to Ross Code of Conduct and Professional Ethics
 Ability to work at least two evenings a week
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Communicating multiple times daily with the Regional Director of Admissions.
Developing Admissions Representative skills through initial and ongoing training
 Assist in conducting training to admissions representative utilizing Ross approved training resources and manuals
 Provide instant coaching
Assist with Employment and Retention
 Assist with interviewing, when needed
 Be a mentor and leader to new employees
Working as an Admissions Representative:
Developing Student Prospects
 Handle telephone inquiries (both inbound and outbound), referrals and walk-ins
 Set up personal interviews to gather the information necessary to guide the student to the program of choice
o Provide school catalog and appropriate addendum(s)
o Provide the Student Right to Know and Bureau of Labor Statistics data
 Meet assigned goals
 Generate outcomes from personally developed leads
 Refer Students to another staff member for administration of entry evaluation
o Determine entry status in accordance with school/program requirements
o Discuss results with student and make recommendations for acceptance or rejection (suggests six month return for retest and adult education refresher for those who do not qualify)
o Any students requiring special accommodations should be referred to the Campus Director
 Communicate with Financial Aid Coordinators so the Student is processed in a timely manner
 Conduct Student registrations
o Compile student admissions file
o Secure student signature on required forms
o Issue student copies of appropriate documents
o Maintain up-to-date class lists
 Maintain consistent level of follow-up to ensure start, such as “stitch ins”, weekly voice to voice contacts, etc.
 Facilitate Student start
o Be available to greet new students starting class
o Follow-up on non-attendees
Orientation of New Students
 Notify students of orientation dates
 Be available to greet students attending orientation
 Participate in orientation as needed
 Follow-up with non-attendees
Support of Students
 New students
o Greet new students on first day/night of class
o Call/contact no-shows/absences during first week of new class start
o Be available to new students to answer questions during first few weeks of class
 Promote good student retention
o Establish and maintains a good rapport with students
 Greet students by name
o Refer student to appropriate staff member when a problem arises
Compliance
 Follow Ross Guidelines and Admissions Don’t and Do’s
 Follow all Ross Policies and Procedures
Product Knowledge
 Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of all Ross Programs
 Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Ross classes and by the ability to present Ross Program features and benefits
Gather and Report Statistical data
 Accurately enter all necessary data into CampusVue
 Maintain weekly log of inquiries, interviews, and registrations
 Actively maintain database of inquiries by entering information and setting appropriate follow up activities
 Submit appropriate weekly reports in a timely manner to Regional Director of Admissions and EVP of Admissions
 Maintain acceptable conversion rates
Perform related work as required
Exemplify Ross Customer Service Standards
Visit https://www.rosseducation.edu/careers/ to Apply Online.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
College Student Advisor
Purdue North Central - Westville

Student Development Advising - Advises Purdue students and alumni individually or in groups about career and personal development to ensure a positive transition from higher education to the world of work. Develops services, programming, workshops and events that support the intersection of education and career goals. Identifies and addresses developmental issues related to transition such as motivation, decision making and self-efficacy. Educates constituents about the tools, resources and services available to assist in their career planning and goals attainment.

Campus Collaborator - Serves as the department liaison to the campus community to establish and maintain strong partnerships with campus colleagues and faculty. Serves as the liaison between the department and student organizations. Designs programs, creates presentations, and leads workshops for academic units, classes, student organizations, and university groups to educate a diverse population about career issues. Collaborate with campus stakeholders to develop partnerships that meet the strategic goals of the department and the University, such as pre and post-graduation survey data collection, programming for students, staff and employers. Serve as a member/leader of project teams based on department strategic goals. Consult with faculty, student organizations and other campus offices to promote and improve the Career Center's overall delivery of services. Participate in the Faculty Advisory Council and other campus outreach initiatives to market and promote department initiatives. Maintains an effective On-Campus Student Employment program assisting students that are seeking employment on campus in collaboration with university departments and the federal work-study program. 

Marketing & Promotion - Create a greater awareness the Career Center by developing creative and intentional marketing and outreach strategies to encourage use by employers, faculty, staff, students and alumni. Contribute to the overall marketing by developing ideas or collateral such as event posters, event announcements and web communications. Coordinate events, conduct classroom presentations, and participate in New Student Orientation, Get S.E.T., information tables and other campus events. Design and implement career services programming on a variety of topics such as resume, interviewing, salary negotiation, compensation and benefits, social networking, graduate school, workplace transitions, dress, professional dining etiquette.

Other - Demonstrate continued growth and development through participation and leadership in professional organizations, campus committees, and in-house professional development activities. Perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor and/or department head.


QUALIFICATIONS:

Required:

Bachelor's Degree required.  Two years of experience in higher education, career services or  related field as a graduate assistant or fullt ime professional.

Ability to assist clients through the career development process (self-assessment, career exploration, decision making and career planning).  Knowledge of career development theory and practices, job search strategies, employment trends, and current print and online career resources, including designing and executing workshops and presentations on career-related topics.  Must have a working knowledge of career services management systems, human resource management systems (HRIS) or student database management systems (Banner) or proficiency in technology to deliver services.  Knowledge of assessment and survey methodology and experience analyzing data and presenting data.  Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills.  Must be able to promote and present technologies and services to small and large groups of diverse populations.  Must be able to establish and maintain effective relationships with faculty, staff, employers, students and alumni.  Must practice effective time management and organization.  Ability to meet deadlines in a high paced environment with accurate results.  Ability to exceed customer expectations on a daily basis. Demonstrated ability to learn, use own initiative to explore capabilities to enhance productivity.  Ability to make sound judgements and observe confidentiality at all times. Knowledge of student employment, human resources and employment law is a plus.

Preferred:
Master’s degree preferred in CACREP accredited program in Mental Health Counseling, Higher Education Administration/Student Affairs.  

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Link to full listing:

Check out our excellent benefits package at: www.purdue.edu/benefits

Professional references will be verified prior to any offer of employment.  Employment is contingent upon completion of successful background and motor vehicle check. Review of online applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.


Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
Director of New Evangelization, Catechesis, & Family Life FLSA STATUS: Exempt
Location: Sioux City, Iowa
  
DEPARTMENT: Formation & Ministry                  HRS/WEEK: 40+ Hrs / week

REPORTS TO: Bishop and Moderator of the Curia                       DATE: 8-10-12
                                     
PRIMARY PURPOSE:  Provide direction and leadership in the planning, promoting, executing, and evaluating of evangelization, catechesis, and family life within the Diocese of Sioux City. 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1.     Direct, develop, and coordinate advisory boards and committees pertaining to the New Evangelization, Catechesis, and Family Life Offices.  
2.    In a collaborative manner, coordinate and support pastors, parish directors of religious education, and youth ministers in all areas of catechesis and evangelization.
3.    Develop, direct, support, and teach (as needed) the Diocesan Basic Catechist Certification Program and continuing certification.  Promote and develop additional resources and formation programs for parish and school catechetical leaders and catechists.
4.    Support all Sacramental preparation programs (i.e., Baptism, 1st Communion, 1st Reconciliation, Confirmation, and Marriage).  Evaluate and develop materials for Sacramental preparation, assuring availability in English and Spanish.  Train parish staff and volunteers as needed in implementing and promoting programs.  Provide RCIA catechists and directors with resources and training.
5.    Collaborate with the Office of Education in directing and facilitating the development and revisions of the Pre-K to 12th grade catechetical curriculum for parishes and schools.  Direct and facilitate the selection of catechetical textbooks and promote catechetical assessments for parishes and schools, both in consideration of the USCCB’s approved texts and materials.
6.    Direct, plan and execute the Diocesan Excellence in Catechesis Conferences and collaborate with other Department of Formation and Ministries offices on the planning and executing of the Diocesan Ministries Conferences and Diocesan Youth Rally
7.    Direct and promote Diocesan efforts with evangelization and catechetical programs including, but not limited to: Totus Tuus, National Evangelization Teams, Steubenville Youth Conferences, World Youth Day, and Camp Totus Tuus.
8.    Assist parishes and clusters in assessing youth / young adult catechesis and evangelization programs and services. Prepare and facilitate training for leaders in comprehensive youth ministry for grades 7-12 and young adult ministry. Develop and offer resources, programs and services based upon current Church documents and teaching.
9.    Direct and promote Natural Family Planning services within the Diocese.  Provide for the availability of NFP services within the Diocese by establishing NFP training program and identifying and training teachers.  Coordinate communication within the network of NFP leaders and instructors.
10.  Direct and oversee Diocesan marriage preparation policies and practices.  Teach Marriage preparation classes (as needed), and assure training for an adequate number of teaching teams throughout the diocese. 
11.   Develop and implement programs for marriage and family enrichment.
12.  Direct and support the Pro Life efforts within the Diocese including working with 40 Days for Life, March for Life, and the Diocesan Pro Life Commission.
13.  Develop and direct retreats or conferences for men, women and families.  Assist parishes in presentation of similar topics at the parish or deanery level.
14.  Prepare department budget, determining goals/objectives through the awareness of changing dynamics in family life and the realities of catechesis in a primarily rural culture.
15.  Assist with other duties as assigned - special projects, balancing of work load, or assisting in the absence of other employees.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for the assignment of work and delegation of responsibilities to other employees.  Authorized to interview, hire and fire employees; establish standards and evaluate employee performance; and initiate disciplinary procedures.
          Positions Supervised:
          Title                                         Number of Employees
          Assistant director                                  2
          Secretary II                                           1
          Coordinator                                        1


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE REQUIRED OR PREFERRED:
Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.  Must hold a Bachelor's Degree in Theology or other theological program; Master’s Degree preferred.  Three or more years work experience in coordinating/directing parish ministries required.  Previous training and experience relating to family ministry is expected.  Demonstrated ability to formulate and implement processes with many interrelated components and work collaboratively as a member of a team.  Strong communication skills required: able to communicate with pastors, staff, parishioners and administrative boards. 


PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS:

Sedentary work - involves sitting most of the time, walking and standing are required occasionally.  Duties require extensive travel including evening and weekend meetings.  Although work is performed primarily under inside environmental conditions, the required travel may result in temporary exposure to outside environmental conditions.  Regular driving and valid driver’s license are required.  Excellent listening and communication abilities needed.  Duties require a wide range of intellectual and practical problem solving skills and comprehension of complex concepts.

To apply: No instructions were provided in the job description.