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Welcome to the Diocese of Lansing employment opportunities page



The men and women employed in the Diocese of Lansing are dedicated professionals who endeavor to support the mission of the Church in many diverse areas including spiritual ministry, education, catechesis, formation, charities and administrative services. 



The job opportunities listed are from the parishes, schools and central offices and agencies of the Diocese of Lansing. The openings are, in most cases, posted by the hiring institution.



Each opportunity listed gives a brief description of the job and the qualifications required of candidates for the position. Interviewing and hiring are done by the institution listing the job.

Diocese of Lansing Employee Handbook

 

 


Head Dance Coach

Fr. Gabriel Richard High School, Ann Arbor

Father Gabriel Richard High School, a regional, comprehensive, co-ed Catholic high school in Ann Arbor, MI., is seeking a Varsity Head Dance (Pom Pon) coach for the 2016-2017 school year.

The ideal candidate will be a practicing Catholic and have previous coaching experience.

Position will be posted until filled.

Varsity Dance team:

1.     Fall Season (Beginning of June-end of October):

a.     Try-outs in June

b.     Team Camp in July

c.      Sidelines and half time at varsity football games

2.     Winter Season (Beginning of November-end of February):

a.     Competitive season (Jazz and UDA Pom)

b.     Half time at home varsity men’s basketball games

Interested candidates should complete and submit the following to the Athletic Director Hally K. Yonko, CMAA via email at hyonko@fgrhsaa.org.

 

  1. Cover letter
  2. Resume
  3. Application form CLICK HERE
  4. Copy of any/all coaching certifications and endorsements
  5. List of three references with complete contact information

Teaching Positions

St. Mary Parish School, Westphalia

St. Mary School in Westphalia is seeking outstanding, energetic, dedicated, collegial, faith-filled, and talented elementary teaching candidates for Kindergarten and Third Grade.  These positions are responsible for grade level core subject and religious instruction.  Candidates must possess strong communication skills, solid classroom management skills, a willingness to work as a part of a team, and the ability to use technology tools in a classroom setting.

Applicants must be practicing Catholics and hold a valid State of MI teaching certificate.  Ability and desire to support Catholic school education required.  Teaching experience in early elementary grade levels and a ZA endorsement are strongly preferred but not required.  We are looking for exceptional teachers who see teaching as a vocation, not just a job.

 

Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, three letters of reference, relevant college transcripts, and copy of teaching certification, to Darren Thelen at dlthelen@stmaryschool.us by Wednesday, May 11, 4:00pm.


Coordinator of Youth Ministry (9-12th grades)

St Jude, DeWitt

The Catholic Community of St. Jude in DeWitt, MI has an opening for a Youth Minister for our high school youth to begin mid-August (2016).  This position is currently a 10 month, 20 hour per week position with benefits.  The person for this position administers & provides primarily hands-on teaching/mentoring the faith formation of our high school youth (9th through 12th grade) in collaboration with the Pastor, Pastoral Association and the Director of Faith Formation (pre-K through 8th grade).    The person selected for this position should have excellent organizational skills and is able to prioritize multiple tasks.  They must understand and work well with teenage youth as well as be able to mentor volunteers who assist with the program.  This requires knowledge of Microsoft office programs (especially Publisher) and can adapt to working with the diocesan ParishSoft program.  First and foremost the person we are seeking must have the enthusiasm, energy, knowledge and commitment to their Catholic faith.   For a complete job description and details on how to apply for this open position, go to the Catholic Community of St. Jude parish website www.stjudedewitt.com


Teacher openings

Queen of the Miraculous Medal School, Jackson

Queen of the Miraculous Medal Elementary in Jackson is seeking energetic, creative individuals to fill a full-time teaching position (grade level unknown at this point), as well as a part-time computer room teacher (3 days a week). The candidates must be practicing Catholics who are excited to share their faith with children in both knowledge and through example. A current Michigan elementary teaching certificate is mandatory. Ideal applicants are educators capable of differentiating instruction, using technology as a tool to enhance teaching, have strong classroom management skills, and are able to communicate in a positive way with students, parents, and staff. The applicants must also be able to collaborate with an existing dynamic staff to carry out the philosophy and mission of Queen of the Miraculous Medal School. 

Those interested can email their cover letter, resume, and letters of recommendations to lhartley@myjacs.org, or mail to Liz Hartley, 811 S. Wisner, Jackson, MI  49203. Applications will be accepted through June 1, 2016.


Parish Business Manager

St Francis of Assisi Parish, Ann Arbor

St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Ann Arbor, is a 3000 household parish with a vibrant parish life, growing parish school and an annual budget of $5.5 million. Reporting directly to the pastor you will be joining a full-time Pastoral Team of 13. As business manager you will be responsible for all areas of financial management and reporting, formulating an annual budget, administration of payroll and accounts payable, human resources including benefits administration, facilities management including capital improvements and managing maintenance staff.   Working closely with the pastor you will oversee all non-sacramental operations of the Parish.  Preference will be give to those with proven experience in the financial and non-profit worlds.

Employment begins July 2016.

Salary is competitive, excellent benefits through the Michigan Catholic Conference. For further information on our parish: visit our website at StfrancisA2.com or contact Rev. Fr. James Conlon, pastor, at St. Francis of Assisi Parish, 2150 Frieze Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 or via e-mail to frjames@stfrancisa2.org


Full-time Special Education Teacher 

Father Gabriel Richard High School, Ann Arbor 

Father Gabriel Richard High School, Ann Arbor, a regional, comprehensive, co-ed Catholic high school whose mission is to form Disciples of Jesus Christ in an academic setting, is currently seeking a full-time Special Education teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. 

Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Special Education is required. Preference will be given to those with a concentration in math. Special education teacher will be responsible for working with students with a wide variety of mental, emotional, physical, and learning disabilities. The teacher will adapt lessons and utilize resources to empower a variety of learners, maintain a welcoming, safe and organized classroom environment, and establish high standards of student behavior. The teacher will help to identify students with special needs, teach and mentor students one-on-one, in small groups, and as a class, coordinate and schedule IEP/504 or Official Accommodation Plan meetings, assess student performance, and track the progress of students on their caseload. 

The teacher will also be responsible for maintaining ongoing communication with general education teachers and parents to ensure the success of all students. The ideal candidate is dynamic, energetic, engaging, compassionate and passionate about the success of all students, especially those with special needs. The applicant must be a practicing Catholic, who believes and is fully and firmly committed to the magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church. 

We welcome the applicant who meets these requirements and feels called by Christ to teach at Father Gabriel Richard High School. 

Interested candidates should complete and submit the following to Michael Kenney, President, via e-mail to fgoffice@fgrhsaa.org:
1. Cover letter
2. Resume
3. Application form (download HERE
4. Copy of your transcripts
5. List of three references (complete contact information)


Part-time Special Education Para-educator

Father Gabriel Richard High Shool, Ann Arbor

Father Gabriel Richard High School, Ann Arbor, a regional, comprehensive, co-ed Catholic high school whose mission is to form Disciples of Jesus Christ in an academic setting, is currently seeking a part-time (19 hours/week) Special Education Para-educator for the 2016-2017 school year.

Applicant must have an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree from an approved post-secondary institution. Applicant must further have experience working with special education students. Applicant must be able to perform academic work at level of assignment (secondary). Strong math skills are preferred. The Para-educator assists students by providing proper examples, emotional support, friendly attitude, and general guidance. Responsibilities include assisting teacher with classroom instruction and with planning and implementing student accommodations. Para-educator will provide one-on-one and/or group tutoring assistance to students in a variety of curricular areas as needed. The para-educator will proctor testing accommodations and help to organize tests and assignments in folders and make necessary copies. The para-educator will observe, report, and document progress of students as required, and assist in controlling behavior of students according to approved procedures. The para-educator will confer with teachers concerning programs and materials to meet the students’ needs. The para-educator will attend a variety of in-service training sessions and other related meetings.

The applicant must be a practicing Catholic, who believes and is fully and firmly committed to the magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church.  We welcome the applicant who meets these requirements and feels called by Christ to teach at Father Gabriel Richard High School.

Interested candidates should complete and submit the following to Michael Kenney, President, via e-mail to fgoffice@fgrhsaa.org:
1. Cover letter
2. Resume
3. Application form (download HERE
4. Copy of your transcripts
5. List of three references (complete contact information) 


Child Care Director for Catholic Parish and School

St. Gerard Parish, Lansing

St. Gerard Parish is accepting applications for a full time, year round, Child Care Director.  The position oversees a program for 100+ children with 8 part time staff.  A minimum of two years experience is required and passing a criminal background check is required.  Incumbent must be trained in the Diocesan Child and Youth Protection program.  Completion of a Child Development degree preferred. Candidate much meet Child Care Program Director Qualifications as required by the State of MI. The position is eligible for full benefits.  To apply, send or email resume to the Brian Droste, Director of Operations, St. Gerard Parish, 4437 West Willow, Lansing, MI 48917 or Email: bpdroste@stgerard.org  No phone calls please. 


Fourth/Fifth Grade Classroom Teaching Position

St. Mary Parish School, Williamston

St. Mary School in Williamston, Michigan, a PK-5 elementary school is seeking a teacher for fourth/fifth grade.  Teachers participate in the ministry of the Pastor of St. Mary Parish and must be a Catholic in good standing with the Church.

The ideal candidate will possess:

A valid Michigan elementary level teaching certificate

A Bachelor’s degree in elementary education

Hold to the truths of the Catholic Church, in both personal and public life.

Advanced level catechist certification

Commitment to life-long learning

Other qualifications include; excellent communication skills and classroom management, the ability to engage parents as the primary educators of their children, familiarity with classical teaching methods and integrated curriculum preferred.

To apply please provide cover letter and resume, a copy of teaching certificate, transcripts, a brief explanation of your relationship to the church and her teachings, and three letters of recommendation including one from your pastor to: 

Mrs. Suzanne Penn, Principal, St. Mary School, 220 N. Cedar St. Williamston, MI 48895, or email to stmarywilliamston.sp@ gmail.com

 


Donor Relations/Database Specialist

Diocese of Lansing, Lansing

The Diocese of Lansing is accepting applications for a Donor Relations/Database Specialist position.  This position requires exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate well with all levels of clergy and laity.  This person will serve as an integral member of a four person development and stewardship team, ensuring that donors receive the best service for, and stewardship of, their charitable gifts.  Primary responsibilities will be to serve as the main administrative support for the Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Lansing, assisting development officers as they work to build and maintain relationships with donors, processing donations and coordinating all aspects of the donor database.

To read the full job description click here.

Interested applicants should send their cover letter, resume, and three references to Lisa Kutas, HR Director at lkutas@dioceseoflansing.org.  Application Deadline is Monday, April 25, 2016.  


Director Religious Formation

St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Brighton

St. Mary Magdalen Parish is looking for a person of faith who is committed to Christ; a person whose ministry is grounded in personal prayer; a person with respect for the Liturgy, faith and traditions of the Catholic Church.   

The Director of Religious Formation for grades K-10 works in collaboration with the pastor, parish staff and a large number of catechetical leaders, catechists and parents.  Our DFR works with our parish leadership and our catechetical team (an assistant, a secretary, lead catechists and a Youth Formation Team) to provide direction and vision for the catechesis and evangelization of the youth in our parish.

Our program has 631 participants which meet in 26 sessions from September to May.  It includes:

A traditional program meeting on Wednesdays (4:30-6 & 6:30-8 pm) and Thursdays (5:30-7pm)

K meeting on Sundays during Liturgy

Grades 9 & 10 Confirmation Program on Sunday evening

A Family Program meeting on Sundays twice a month

A Sacramental formation program for First Penance and First Eucharist, Solemn Penance and Confirmation – all of which use an RCIA model.

Our DRF also oversees the Children’s Liturgy of the Word on Sundays at both Liturgies and our Vacation Bible School (Journey with Jesus) in the summer.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities

Plan, organize, guide and coordinate the catechetical programs.

Recruit, train and assist catechists in their on-going formation.

Create a budget and monitor all expenses; oversee the maintenance of Sacramental and permanent records; oversee needed supplies and resource materials.

Attend staff, regional and diocesan meetings connected to this position.

Organize, conduct and facilitate sacramental retreats, parent Sacramental formation meetings and facilitate catechist participation in regional formation meetings and diocesan catechetical gatherings.

Participate in in-service and professional training programs when necessary.

Regularly evaluate the overall efficacy of religious formation to the extent that our programs are drawing our children into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.

Be Virtus certified and be a trained facilitator of the program Protecting God’s Children and Safe Sheep in our Flock.

Required Skills and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in theology, Catechesis, Education or related field.
At least two years of previous experience in the instruction of children.
A commitment to professionalism, appropriate boundaries, and transparency in all interactions with young people, parish staff and parishioners.
Effective communication skills.                                                                                                                        
An ability to continue the development of a dynamic and effective program for our young people.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references by May 15, 2016, to Fr. David Howell -- pastor1@saintmarymagdalen.org


Director of Youth Ministry

St. Patrick Parish, Brighton

St. Patrick Parish in Brighton is accepting applications for the Youth Minister positon.  The position, from a love of God and the Catholic faith, can form and inspire the youth and parents of St. Patrick Parish, that each of them may be led into a saving relationship with the Holy Trinity and the Church, for the salvation of their souls and the spread of the Kingdom of God.  St. Patrick’s in Brighton, MI is a large suburban parish looking for a Youth Minister to oversee High School faith formation.  The position is full time.  A Bachelors Degree or equivalent in theology or related field required.  To read the full job description click here.  Apply to the pastor, Fr. Karl Pung, pastor@stpatchurch.org.


Director of Religious Education

St. Patrick Parish, Brighton

St. Patrick Parish in Brighton is accepting applications for the Director of Religious Education position. The position, from a love of the Catholic faith and the people of God, can form and inspire the children of St. Patrick parish, their families, and catechists that each of them may be led into encounters with Jesus Christ and the Church, for the salvation of their souls and the building up of the Kingdom of God.  St. Patrick’s in Brighton, MI is a large suburban parish, looking for a candidate to oversee Pre-K thru Eighth grade religious formation including sacramental preparation.  Additional areas of oversight include Vacation Bible School, Liturgy of the Word for Children, Middle School Outreach, and Catechist development.    To read the full job description click here.  Prefer Masters degree or equivalent experience.  Apply to the pastor, Fr. Karl Pung, pastor@stpatchurch.org.


Elementary School Principal

St. Paul Catholic School, Owosso

ST. PAUL CATHOLIC SCHOOL AT 718 WEST MAIN STREET, OWOSSO, MICHIGAN, is a Pre-K through 8 school with 113 students and 11 full and part-time staff members.  St. Paul Catholic School is located in Owosso, Michigan in Shiawasee County

The principal is the primary religious and education leader of the school.  As spiritual leader of the school, the principal is expected to nurture the faith development of the faculty and staff by providing opportunities for spiritual growth.  As educational leader, the principal provides ample opportunity for continuing education for all staff members.  The principal reports directly to the Pastor and is responsible for the implementation of the mission statement of the school.

The mission of the schools of the Catholic Diocese of Lansing is the mission of Christ and of his Church — to educate and form young people as disciples who reach their full spiritual, academic, emotional, and physical potential.  The schools are to be prayerful communities of witness, evangelization, and discipleship, where the distinctively Christian way of life is modeled, taught, and lived.  In every respect the schools are to be grounded in truth and Christ who is the Truth.

 A principal in a school of the Catholic Diocese of Lansing is the leader of a community of administrators, faculty, staff, volunteers, parents, students, benefactors, and friends.  The principal is a close collaborator of the pastor.  A principal is directly responsible for recruiting, selecting, forming, guiding, and evaluating teachers who (a) are committed to Catholic education, (b) enjoy working with and teaching children, (c) have a deep knowledge of the pertinent subject matter, (d) are familiar with various didactic approaches, (e) are skillful in classroom management, (f) are skilled in developing and implementing curriculum, lesson plans, and formative assessments, (g) can address parent and community concerns, (h) are persistent and creative, (i) effectively use data and technology, and (j) are collegial and collaborative.  A principal supervises students with love, strength, kindness, and wisdom.

The desired candidate for the position in a school of the Catholic Diocese of Lansing is a practicing Catholic, actively involved in parish life.  The desired candidate holds an M.A. (or equivalent) in an educational field (educational leadership preferred), is currently certified (or readily certifiable) as a Michigan teacher, and is eligible for Michigan Administrative Certification.  The desired candidate has at least five years of teaching experience, can effectively serve as the instructional leader of the school, is capable of formulating and administering the curriculum, and can adroitly oversee the school’s co-curricular programming.

 A candidate must provide a cover letter, a resume, at least three letters of recommendation, transcripts, and contact information for professional and personal references.  This material must be e-mailed to Lisa Kutas, Director of Human Resources at: lkutas@dioceseoflansing.org  April 25, 2016.


Coordinator of Hispanic-Latino Ministry

Diocese of Lansing

The Diocese of Lansing is currently accepting applications for the position of Coordinator of Hispanic-Latino Ministry.  The position is full time and is located at the diocesan central offices in Lansing, Michigan.  The primary function of the Coordinator of Hispanic-Latino Ministry is to facilitate opportunities and leverage resources to foster spiritual formation and the full participation of the Hispanic-Latino community in the life of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Lansing. The Coordinator serves as a resource to assist with forming leaders and as a key communicator to build relationships and promote greater understanding and unity. The Coordinator represents the Hispanic-Latino Community on the diocesan level and is a link in strengthening a universal approach in the inclusion of Hispanic-Latino people in the Church.

To read the full job description, click here.

Applications should be sent to Lisa Kutas, Human Resources Director at lkutas@dioceseoflansing.org   The application deadline is Thursday, April 28, 2016.  


Middle School Science Teacher

Lumen Christi Catholic School, Jackson

Lumen Christi Catholic School in Jackson, Michigan is accepting applications for a full-time grades 7-8 science teacher position.  A Science certification is preferred, and applicant must have a State of Michigan teaching certificate valid for the 2016-2017 school year. Participation in the VIRTUS child protection program will be required of anyone who is hired.

The successful candidate must be dynamic, energetic, and willing to work collaboratively in a team environment.  Applicants should be practicing Catholics who are enthusiastic about incorporating the Catholic faith in their teaching.  The ideal applicant will be a teacher who has a genuine passion for teaching in a Catholic school, a high comfort level in managing a classroom of fully engaged learners, a commitment to joyful collegiality, an ability to communicate effectively with parents, and a strong foundation in subject matter awareness.

Lumen Christi Catholic School believes that Catholic education is an expression of the mission entrusted by Jesus to the Church He founded.  Through education, the Church seeks to transform its members and all of society to a wholesome and holy life.  We at Lumen Christi believe that the intelligent person is one who has learned to choose wisely according to Gospel values, and thus lives in the Light of Christ.  For more information visit our website at www.jcslumenchristi.org

Please email your cover letter, resume, three letters of reference, and transcripts to Christopher Smith, Principal at hrlcchs@myjacs.org


Preschool Classroom Lead Teacher

Resurrection Pre-School, Lansing 
 
Resurrection Little Shamrocks Preschool is seeking an energetic and nurturing person for a lead classroom teacher for the 2016-2017 school year. This position will begin September 2016.
 
This position is responsible for planning and implementing lessons for a combined 3 year old/4 year old class. The ideal candidate is a practicing Catholic who actively supports the ministries of the church.
 
This part-time position’s hours will be from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM M-F. We seek a self-motivated, organized, and flexible person and prefer CPR trained candidates. 
 
An early childhood or education related degree is required. 
Please submit your resume and cover letter to: LLaViolette@ResurrectionLansing.org

Preschool Classroom Assistant

Resurrection Pre-School, Lansing 
 
Resurrection Little Shamrocks Preschool is seeking an energetic and nurturing person to work with three, four and five year olds in our afternoon preschool program. 
 
Applicant should have Early Childhood education experience. College students enrolled in an Early Childhood program or Elementary education program are also encouraged to apply. 
 
The ideal candidate is a practicing Catholic who actively supports the ministries of the church. This position is part time, Monday through Friday afternoons, 15 to 19 hours per week. 
 
The position works directly with the classroom teacher/director to develop and implement daily lessons. We seek a self-motivated, organized, and flexible person and prefer CPR trained candidates. 
For immediate consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter to: LLaViolette@ResurrectionLansing.org 

 

Director of Advancement

Fr. Luke Powers Catholic High School, Flint

Powers High School is accepting applications for the Director of Advancement position.  The Director of Advancement has as their primary purpose to provide assistance, leadership, and vision to the President in conducting a comprehensive development/institutional advancement program for Powers Catholic High School in order to support the school’s Catholic mission. The Advancement Director reports to the school’s President and is responsible for programs and events that relate to fundraising, alumni affairs, family programs, public relations, and communication. In collaboration with the President, he/she will also be responsible for managing the advancement staff and functions including; annual giving, alumni relations, Board of Trustee and Trust Fund Board relations, major gifts, capital campaigns, gift records, data base management, student philanthropy education, special events, planned giving, communications, plans to market the school’s Catholic image and increase student enrollment, attract financial gifts and support for the school from individuals, foundations and corporations.

To read the full position description, click here.

To apply, please send your cover letter, resume, and references to Mr. Rory Mattar, President at rmattar@powerscatholic.org


Religious Education Coordinator

St. Joseph Parish and St. Mary of Good Counsel Parish, Adrian

St. Joseph Parish and St. Mary of Good Counsel Parish, located one mile apart from each other in Adrian, Michigan, with a total of about 1,600 registered households, are seeking to hire together a minister responsible for the preparation of adults (R.C.I.A.) and youth/children (sacramental catechesis) for the sacraments of initiation and reconciliation; the catechesis of pre-school through grade 5 students, the recording of sacramental data; and the recording of training.  The Religious Education Coordinator’s ministry is a position that will include routine evening, and occasional weekend commitments, and increased hours during peak sacramental periods (Lent/Easter).  This minister will be under the supervision of the Pastors of St. Joseph’s and St. Mary’s Parishes, work with the staff members of both parishes, serve the parishioners of both parishes, and be the pastors’ liaison to the Diocese regarding matters related to recording sacramental data, and maintaining records related to the diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection.

Ministry related to adults includes coordinating a single Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program for both parishes (with Liturgical rites taking place at both parishes), empowering a team of volunteer ministers to assist with the RCIA program (team leaders, sponsors), and recording the appropriate data in each of the parishes sacramental registers.

Ministry related to children/youth includes coordinating infant baptism preparation classes, empowering volunteer ministers to carry out these classes, preparing students and parents for first Reconciliation, and first Eucharist, and providing regular catechetical instruction by recruiting, training, and utilizing parish volunteers for students from pre-school through grade 5.

Preferred candidates will have experience working in a parish catechetical program, or Catholic education; good organizational skills; excellent verbal and written skills; team building and team working skills; and good canonical standing with the Catholic Church.  Ideal candidates will have some command of Spanish and comfort working with Latino Catholic culture.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume with references from any previous ministry supervisors to Fr. Shaun Lowery via E-mail at pastor@stmarysadrian.com or via postal service attn: Religious Education Coordinator Search, 305 Division Street, Adrian, Michigan 49221


Tribunal Judge

Diocese of Lansing

The Catholic Diocese of Lansing seeks a qualified candidate for the full-time position of Tribunal judge. This position works closely with the Judicial Vicar and other members of the Diocesan Tribunal to instruct and complete matrimonial cases in a timely manner and to research and prepare a report on other canonical issues, as they arise.

The canonist will be expected to hold the office of Judge and to act professionally, confidentially, and ethically in this office. Collaboration and teamwork are valued, as is a willingness to take on other canonical duties as needed. It is also necessary to be able to respond rationally and calmly to questions or complaints raised by the parties in nullity cases.

For a complete job description, please click here. To apply, please send your cover letter, resume, and three reference letters to Lisa Kutas at lkutas@dioceseoflansing.org.


Second Grade Teacher Position

St. Mary Parish School, Williamston

St. Mary School in Williamston, Michigan, a PK-5 elementary school is seeking a teacher for second grade.  Teachers participate in the ministry of the Pastor of St. Mary Parish and must be a Catholic in good standing with the Church.

The ideal candidate will possess:

A valid Michigan elementary level teaching certificate

A Bachelor’s degree in elementary education

Hold to the truths of the Catholic Church, in both personal and public life.

Advanced level catechist certification

Experience preparing children for the sacraments of First Eucharist and Reconciliation

Commitment to life-long learning

Other qualifications include; excellent communication skills and classroom management, the ability to engage parents as the primary educators of their children, familiarity with classical teaching methods and integrated curriculum preferred.

To apply please provide cover letter and resume, a copy of teaching certificate, transcripts, a brief explanation of your relationship to the church and her teachings, and three letters of recommendation including one from your pastor to:

Mrs. Suzanne Penn, Principal, St. Mary School, 220 N. Cedar St. Williamston, MI 48895, or email to stmarywilliamston.sp@ gmail.com


Full Time Teachers and Substitute Teachers

St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, Ann Arbor

Fifth Grade Teacher

We are accepting application for a fifth grade teacher for the 2016-2017 school year.  Candidates should have experience teaching elementary aged students.  Interested persons should exhibit excellent classroom management skills and must understand how to build a strong classroom community.   The person should demonstrate the importance of establishing strong professional relationships with families and colleagues.

Requirements for the position:  a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a current Michigan teaching certificate; 1-3 years of classroom teaching experience; and be a practicing Catholic.

Substitute Teachers

St. Thomas School is a preschool through 8th grade Catholic school located in the historic Kerrytown area of Ann Arbor.  We are seeking substitute teachers for the school year.    Qualified candidates should possess experience with the guided reading program and administering running records; display excellent classroom management skills and be able to provide examples of parent/teacher newsletters/correspondence.  Experience creating a strong classroom community will be essential as well as the importance of establishing strong professional relationships with families.

Requirements for the position:  a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a current Michigan teaching certificate; 1-3 years of classroom teaching experience; and be a practicing Catholic.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to Theresa Marshall, Principal, St. Thomas School at tmarshall@stthomasannarbor.org


Youth Minister (Part Time)

St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, Ann Arbor

St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan is looking for a part time youth minister to organize and oversee faith formation of high school and middle school youth that compellingly draws young people into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.

For more information about the position go to:  http://stthomasannarbor.org/employment-opportunities/


Child Care Director

St. Francis of Assisi School, Ann Arbor

St. Francis School is hiring a full-time child-care director.The Child Care Director is responsible for the overall supervision and coordination of the child care program. Interested candidates should read the details that will be posted on our website and apply by emailing a resume with references to Julie Pritzel, principal at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School Ann Arbor: jpritzel@stfrancisaa.org.


Catholic Charities of Jackson, Lenawee, and Hillsdale Counties Open Positions

For detailed job descriptions, responsibilities, qualifications and to apply, visit: http://www.catholiccharitiesjlhc.org/about-us/careers/


Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County Open Positions

http://csswashtenaw.org/employment-opportunities/ 


St. Vincent Catholic Charities Open Positions

http://stvcc.org/careers/current-job-openings/


Lead Teacher, Long Term Substitute

St. Mary Parish School, Mt. Morris

St. Mary Catholic School is seeking a long term substitute for our GSRP 4 year old Preschool program. The position is five days a week, Monday – Friday, from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. We are looking for a caring and professional candidate who loves children to be part of our child care team.

Start Date: Tentative Start date is Monday, March 28

Job Summary: The Lead Teacher is responsible for the planning, supervision, and implementation of a developmentally appropriate early childhood program, and meeting the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of young children in the Great Start Readiness Program.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in elementary education; valid Michigan teacher certificate with an early childhood (ZA) endorsement. Maintains current CPR and first aid certification.

Send your resume and cover letter to Diane Martindale at principal@saintmaryscatholic.com  or mail a hard copy to: St. Mary Catholic School, 11208 N. Saginaw St., Mt. Morris, MI 48458


Part Time Housekeeping Positions Available

St. Francis Retreat Center, DeWitt

St. Francis Retreat Center in DeWitt has part time positions open in Housekeeping.  Hours vary.  Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and available to work some weekends.  For more information please call Chris at 517-669-8321, ext. 15


Other Ministry Employment Positions

The following employment opportunities are posted as a courtesy to other dioceses and Catholic entities and organizations. Questions regarding the details of these postings should be directed to the appropriate diocese or to the contact person listed in each posting. 


Director of Human Resources

Diocese of Gaylord

The Diocese of Gaylord seeks to fill the position of Director of Human Resources.  This full time position will have the primary responsibility for the development and recommendation of just and effective Human Resources policies for all parishes and schools; to serve as a professional resource for parishes, schools and agencies by providing training and consultation in human resource management.    Some experience and knowledge in immigration law and safe environment is necessary.   Two-three years of experience in a not for profit or Catholic organization, a commitment to safeguarding confidential information, strong interpersonal skills and a desire to work collaboratively is essential.   The successful candidate must be available to travel and to work evenings and weekends as needed.  Prefer a Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church.  A Bachelor’s degree with emphasis on Human Resource or equivalent in related field is desired. 

Please submit cover letter, resume and three letters of recommendation along with Diocesan Job Application found at:  http://www.dioceseofgaylord.org/job-openings-42/ 

 
 

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