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Principal / Fontbonne Hall Academy
9901 Shore Road
Brooklyn, New York 11209
Mission and Background:
Fontbonne Hall Academy is a Catholic college preparatory school for young women sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, New York (CSJ). Rooted in the Gospel of Jesus, and steeped in the tradition and spirituality of the Sisters of St. Joseph, the mission of Fontbonne Hall Academy is to live, and witness, reconciliation, unity, justice, peace, and God's inclusive love.
Fontbonne Hall Academy students are provided numerous opportunities for engagement, leadership, and success, and are simultaneously challenged to discover and achieve their full potential, while nurturing strong spiritual values. Our 300 current students are prepared and inspired to be women of leadership through rigorous academics, outstanding athletics, and advanced performing arts.
Fontbonne Hall Academy is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and holds full membership in the National Catholic Educational Association.
Position Scope and Responsibilities:
The principal at Fontbonne Hall Academy is responsible for the academic quality and mission focus of the school. As academic leader, the principal:
• Develops, implements, supervises, and evaluates a comprehensive academic and extracurricular program, closely observing and responding to the progress of teachers and students, and emphasizing college readiness. Manages one assistant principal and 26 faculty members, promoting high expectations for academic performance, and assigning administrative and teaching duties among academic departments.
• Oversees curriculum development and revision, complying with New York State and Diocesan requirements, and responding to the current needs of students.
• Reports to the Chair of the Board of Trustees who in turn communicates the strategic direction of the school determined by the Board.
• Establishes clear and consistent disciplinary and communication policies for all members of the school community: students, teachers, administrators and parents.
• Manages hiring and termination of faculty and staff.
• In close consultation with department chairs, conducts annual reviews of each faculty member, measuring individual pedagogical growth.
• Is attentive to the fiscal stability of the school working with and reporting to the Chair of the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees.
• Represents the school and advances its interests among important stakeholders including parents, alumnae, local and student admission related communities.
• Demonstrates school leadership as a visible and engaged presence throughout the school day and at school-related activities, encouraging strong parent and student participation and communication within the Fontbonne Hall community.
• Displays clear commitment to the Catholic educational mission of Fontbonne Hall and the Sisters of St. Joseph.
• Work with internal staff and external vendors to maintain all school facilities and through collaboration with the Board of Trustees manage capital projects.
• Competence in and understanding of innovative pedagogy
• Commitment to and understanding of the CSJ mission
• Dynamic leadership skills that facilitate learning, growth, and collaboration both inside and outside the classroom
• Commitment to working collaboratively and effectively with the administrative team
• Willingness and ability to relate effectively to students, faculty, and members of the community, motivating and inspiring all to participate in a vibrant school community.
• Evidence of a strong commitment to, and understanding of, best practices in the education of young women
• Ability to exercise strong leadership qualities and communicate effectively and appropriately at all times
• Excellent written and oral communication, as well as presentation skills
• Completion of a master's degree or higher in a field related to education leadership and administration.
• Teaching and/or academic administrative experience, at high school or collegiate levels.
• A commitment to practicing the Catholic faith, as well as to the mission of Catholic education.
Salary will be commensurate with qualification and experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package will be provided
Please submit a resume, letter of interest, and brief statement of your educational philosophy (500 word maximum) via e-mail to (attachments in pdf format only)Director of the Board of Trustees, [email protected]
All applications received by January 15, 2023, will be given full consideration.
About the Employer:
Fontbonne Hall Academy is an all-girls private Roman Catholic college preparatory school located in Brooklyn, New York. It was established in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood, New York (CSJ). Fontbonne Hall Academy is a leader in educating young women.
Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Director
The Sisters of Saint Joseph, Brentwood NY, whose mission is to live and work so that all may be one, seek a Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC)Director who will be responsible for addressing these issues. He/she is expected to: deepen awareness that Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation are essential to our mission; inform and inspire the Congregation, Agregees, Associates, and all Partners in Mission to respond to the issues of our time in prayer and action; and function as the Congregation’s public face, representative, and recognized point of contact for all JPIC matters. The JPIC Director works in the NYC metropolitan area, and reports to the Leadership Team.
The Sisters of Saint Joseph, Brentwood NY base their hiring decisions on job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the law.
We offer a competitive salary based on skills and experience. We also offer a competitive benefits package including health, & dental insurance, 403b retirement plan, vacation, sick & personal days, plus 14 paid holidays.
The application deadline for this position is September 17, 2022. Interested parties should send a cover letter, a writing sample addressing a justice and peace issue and resume to: [email protected]
Grand Rapids, MI
The Chaplain Priest is a fully integrated member of the health care team, responding specifically to the spiritual needs of those served.
- M-F, 1st shift, rotating weekends, and on call expectation.
- Join a growing Spiritual Care team!
- Benefits effective on date of hire.
- Master's degree in Theology, Religion, Spiritual Care or Spirituality
- 1-3 years of Spiritual Care experience, including CPE training, is required.
- Board Certified Chaplain (BCC) preferred via APC, CASC, NACC, NAJC
- Completion of 4 units of ACPE accredited education preferred
Trinity Health is a family of 115,000 colleagues and nearly 26,000 physicians and clinicians across 25 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
Dean of the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Assumption University (www.assumption.edu) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the D’Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (DCLAS). The Dean DCLAS is the intellectual and administrative leader of that College. The Dean reports to the Provost and serves, together with the Deans of Business, Graduate and Professional Studies, Nursing, and Physician Assistant Studies and Health Professions, as a member of the Deans' Council.
The Dean is responsible for:
• embedding, communicating, and promoting the mission of Assumption University within and throughout the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences;
• establishing, sharing, and implementing a vision for the College;
• promoting academic excellence in teaching, research, scholarship, and throughout the curriculum and for all academic programs within the College;
• leading collaboratively always prioritizing the education, advancement, and welfare of students; and
• creating and sustaining a positive and inclusive work environment for faculty, staff, and administrators within the College.
Assumption University, located in Worcester, MA, is a comprehensive, Catholic liberal arts institution sponsored by the Augustinians of the Assumption. “We awaken in students a sense of wonder, discovery, and purpose, forming graduates known for their intellectual seriousness, thoughtful citizenship, and devotion to the common good.” Assumption’s curricular and co-curricular programs provide students with an education that shapes their souls, forms them intellectually, and prepares them for meaningful careers. The University is a diverse community that welcomes different points of view and embraces all who share their mission. Enlivened by the Catholic affirmation of the harmony of faith and reason and by the pursuit of the truth in the company of friends, an Assumption education transforms the minds and hearts of students.
ROLE OF THE DEAN: In company with a dedicated group of faculty, engaged in outstanding scholarship and practice that aligns with Assumption University's mission, and staff, students, and alumni, the Dean will play an integral role in helping Assumption University build upon its distinctive strengths, enhance its academic excellence, and secure its position as a comprehensive institution of higher education.
Specific duties of the Dean of the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences include:
• Providing visionary leadership for the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in line with the mission and vision of the University;
• Serving as a spokesperson and advocate for the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to the senior administration;
• Fostering a culture of academic excellence, collaboration, and commitment to continuous improvement;
• Leading diversity initiatives in the D'Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in the areas of hiring and inclusion; and
• Collaborating with Institutional Advancement to cultivate new and existing funding sources for the College.
QUALIFICATIONS: The next Dean must be willing to contribute actively to the mission of Assumption as well as show respect for the Catholic and Assumptionist identity of the University; have an earned doctorate (or terminal degree); a track record of innovative, energetic, and collaborative leadership; a commitment to academic excellence; superb management, planning, and financial skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as outstanding listening skills; and a demonstrated commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity, across students, faculty, and staff.
Assumption University is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt-Fennell. Nominations and application materials should be submitted to [email protected]. Applications include a letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, and contact information for five professional references. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Assumption University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Assumption favors diversity, ecumenically welcomes all who share its goals, and strongly encourages applicants from underrepresented racial minorities to apply.
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Director of Campus Ministry
Mount St. Mary’s University
The Director of Campus Ministry provides vision and administrative leadership to the Center for Campus Ministry and reports to the Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students. The Director serves the students and staff in Campus Ministry partnering with the University Chaplain to provide spiritual support and opportunities to grow in faith to the entire student body.
For Details of job description and how to apply visit:
Yale Institute of Sacred Music
Manager of Marketing and Communications
The Yale Institute of Sacred Music welcomes applications for its Manager of Marketing and Communications. Responsible for the creation and execution of the ISM communications strategy, the Manager represents the work of the Institute’s mission in sacred music, worship, and the related arts to broad constituencies at Yale University and beyond. Follow this link for more information and to apply online.
Director for the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life, Catholic Theological Union
The mission of the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life is to serve as a theological, academic, and pastoral resource for engaging contemporary issues and realities in consecrated life today from a global perspective. The Director is the chief administrator of the CSCL and its operations, who oversees and coordinates all aspects of the work of the center. Guided by the Strategic Plan formulated in 2021, the Director leads the Center in accomplishing its distinctive mission. In collaboration with others, the Director determines the foci and yearly programming for the Center. For the years 2022-2025, the programming is enabled by a grant from the Hilton Foundation entitled Moving Along the Arc: Women Religious as Agents of Reconciliation and Transformative Action toward a More Racially Just Church and World. The CSCL Director serves as Director of the grant and insures its fulfillment.
For more information, visit: https://ctu.edu/jobs-at-ctu/
Director of the Robert J. Schreiter, C.PP.S. Precious Blood Spirituality Institute at Catholic Theological Union (Schreiter Institute)
The Director of the Robert J. Schreiter, C.PP.S. Precious Blood Spirituality Institute at Catholic Theological Union (Schreiter Institute) is responsible for the leadership and administration of the program. The Schreiter Institute is a collaborative partnership between CTU and the Precious Blood Spirituality Institute (PBSI). The Director is responsible for facilitating the cooperative relationship of the two organizations, ensuring that the relationship is guided by the Memorandum of Understanding which envisioned the program. The Schreiter Institute functions as a CTU program and will be fully integrated into the mission and operations of the academic institution. The Schreiter Institute will be part of the Bernardin Center, which will require that the Director work efficiently and collaboratively as a member of the Bernardin Center team. The Director is also accountable to the PBSI and the important responsibility of the Director is to maintain an effective work relationship with that organization, its sponsoring congregations, and their appointed representative. The Schreiter Institute is fully funded by the PBSI and is contingent on continued funding by PBSI.
For more information, visit: https://ctu.edu/jobs-at-ctu/
Lumen Christi Institute
The Lumen Christi Institute (LCI), dedicated to making the Catholic intellectual tradition a vital part of the culture of the secular university, seeks its next Executive Director. Founded in 1997 by Catholic scholars at the University of Chicago to create a platform for the exploration of the Catholic faith and the human condition, Lumen Christi brings together some of the brightest minds in the Catholic scholarly tradition to offer lectures, symposia, conferences, summer seminars, and non-credit courses. The next Executive Director will pursue an array of opportunities and challenges, including implementing the mission and renewing the strategic plan, evaluating the current organizational structure, and ensuring the Institute's sustainability through fundraising and sound financial management. For a comprehensive position profile, instructions for making application or inquiry, visit www.imsearch.com/8317
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.
Visit https://apptrkr.com/2197714 to learn more and apply.