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Residence Hall Rector, University of Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame is accepting applications for Residence Hall Rectors. Much of a Notre Dame student’s adult formation takes place in the residence hall community with the guiding presence and leadership of rectors. The hall is a pivotal environment for a student’s intellectual, social, physical, and spiritual maturation. Rectors provide a critical role in helping the University achieve its mission to form young women and men well, educating their minds and hearts to be a force for good in the world--a tradition born out of the charism of the Congregation of Holy Cross, the founding order of the University of Notre Dame. Rector is a live-in, full-time, 10 month position in an undergraduate hall.
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Executive Director, Collegeville Institute
Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research in Collegeville, MN is seeking a chief program and administrative officer. Strong candidates for this position may come from a variety of professional backgrounds.
Applications due by March 1, 2021. Applications submitted electronically to [email protected]
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President, Catholic Theological Union
Catholic Theological Union (CTU), a Roman Catholic graduate school of theology and ministry, seeks a dynamic and visionary leader as its seventh President. For over fifty years CTU has prepared men and women, religious and laity, for a rich variety of ministries, leadership roles, and advanced studies.
The qualified candidate should be a Roman Catholic religious priest, brother, or sister fully committed to the mission of CTU and possessing appropriate credentials for leadership in theological education, including a doctoral degree in theology or an allied discipline, along with administrative experience and pastoral sensibilities.
The president is the chief executive officer of the school and serves an ambassadorial role, representing CTU to multiple publics. The president should be an effective communicator and a collaborative leader, able to engage constructively with fellow administrators, with diverse faculty and students, and with the various constituents of the school.
More information can be found at ctu.edu/presidentsearch.