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Susan M. Gibbons
Superintendent
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100 East Eighth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 421-3131 Phone
(513) 421-6271 Fax

Positions Outside of Archdiocese

 

2019-2020 School Year

Elyria High School – Elyria, OH
Posted: July 25, 2019
The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland and Elyria Catholic High School are pleased to accept applications for the position of President.  Elyria Catholic High School (ECHS) is a Diocesan owned, comprehensive, co-educational, Catholic high school committed to academic excellence and the development of student gifts.  Enrollment is 400 students in grades 9 through 12.
Celebrating our 70th anniversary this year, ECHS is the only co-ed Catholic high school on the west side of Cleveland, and has educated three generations of families with a nurturing environment and personalized approach to education.
Elyria Catholic became the first Lorain County school to be recognized as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education.  ECHS students are prepared for the challenges of an increasing complex, competitive, and challenging world.  ECHS offers state of the art technology in all classrooms, one to one Chromebook initiative, rich and diverse academic opportunities including, college preparatory curriculum, honors, advanced and CCP offerings, a newly renovated chemistry lab, Makerspace, art, theatre, broadcasting, and business and engineering programs to list a few.  A four year strategic plan has successfully moved EC forward with vision and a master plan.  Elyria students are surrounded by an engaged community of teachers, parents, alum, and friends and donors who take great pride in their successes and feel a profound sense of commitment to support them both inside and outside of the classroom.  A nurturing learning environment allows student to discover their unique gifts, inspired to pursue their own path to academic, athletic, social and spiritual development.
Please follow the link for a complete job posting and application instructions.

St. John Vianney Catholic School – Wyoming, Michigan
Posted: June 26, 2019
School Principal: for the 2019-2020 school year/Pre-K – 8th grade with an enrollment of  approximately 260 students.
Located in Wyoming, Michigan, West Michigan’s third largest city, St. John Vianney is in the heart of a beautiful, vibrant town.  Incredibly close and convenient to downtown Grand Rapids, while still offering the beauty of a modern suburb, this booming urban area allows St. John Vianney to enjoy and benefit form an incredibly diverse community.  This community is full of hard working, faith-filled, and generous families and its location, the southernmost school in the Grand Rapids Diocese,provides a wide geographic area from which our students originate.  SJV draws students from multiple parishes.  Approximately 32% of St. John Vianney families speak a language other than English, primarily Spanish or Vietnamese, in the home.  This extraordinary flourishing of cultures enhances St.John Vianney’s growth towards its mission to enhance the values of Catholic teaching.
Founded on the traditions of the Catholic faith, St. John Vianney school prides itself on students’ ability to S.H.I.N.E.(Self-control, Honesty, Inspire, Never Quit, Exemplify Christ).  The traits are intricately woven into the fabric of the school.  Faith, responsibility, and service to the community are stressed as vital parts of a well-rounded education.  SJV has continued to not only set high academic standards , but also place emphasis on students’ overall citizenship.  The positive and family-like atmosphere takes center stage in every aspect of the school, from collaborative classroom activities to student interactions with peers and adults.  Parents routinely express their love of the strong community in which older and younger students work together to learn and grow.  Families are delighted with the special care that staff provide a learning environment where every child is guided to reach their full potential.  It is this special care that makes walking through the halls of SJV feel like being home.
We are searching for an experienced individual who seeks to be the leader of a school community that prides itself on providing a top-rated education, surrounded by the practices of our faith and the teachings of our Lord.  The dynamic individual that we seek to fill this role must be, first and foremost, a practicing Catholic, deeply rooted in our faith.  Equally important, this individual should be passionate about creating a great educational environment for our Pre-K-8 students, and should be committed to creating a vibrant school that has a positive impact on the parishes that support it.  Our principal will support and further develop our culture of inclusion, where every child feels welcomed and values, and as a result is able to learn and reach their individual potential.  We seek and individual who is both inspirational and collaborative, who demonstrates excellent communication skills to work with the parish, the school faculty and staff, and most importantly, the students and their parents.  This leader is a problem solver with the ability to think outside of the box and work with staff and families to provide creative solutions.
Our principal will also be a key contributor to the growth of SJV, both in enrollment, and also in the influence on our parish and in the community.  Our school mission statement, “to enhance the total educational development of each student and to foster in them a sense of responsibility and awareness based upon the teaching of the Catholic Church”, calls us to partner with families who seek a Catholic education for their children.
Qualifications: 1. Master’s degree in educational leadership or administration with the State of Michigan administrator certification or a master’s degree in education with a willingness to obtain administrator certification or a master’s degree in education with a willingness to obtain administrator certification in the state of Michigan within three years.  2. The candidate must have a current Continuing, Life, Permanent, Professional, Provisional, or Standard Teaching Certificate for the State of Michigan at the level of administration for which the candidate is applying.  3. Previous administrative experience preferred  4. A practicing Roman Catholic in good standing  5. Understands the structures, tenets and institutions of the Catholic Church  6. Willingness to obtain Advanced Catechist certification within five years  7. Final approval of candidate by the Superintendent
Skills:  1. Desire to foster the faith life of the community and advance the mission of the Church  2. Ability to develop and/or shape strategic vision  3. Ability to communicate the vision, and engage the community  4. Strong interpersonal skills, including excellent communication skills  5. Collaborative team builder-across faculty, staff, parents, boards, donors, and parishes  6. Experience leading change.  Ability to motivate and influence diverse audiences.  7. Curricular and co-curricular leadership knowledge and experience  8. Solid operational administrative and management skills, with sound decision making practices  10. Life-long learner with a deep curiosity and willingness to embrace change and the “new”  11. Multicultural experience
Responsibilities:  1. School Faith Community Leadership  2. Instructional Leadership  3. Student Affairs  4. Faculty and Staff Leadership  5. Business Management/Financial Management  6. Development/Institutional Advancement  7. Board Relations  8. Parish Liaison for School  9. External Community Relations
Hired by the Pastor in consideration of the Board’s recommendation and with the approval of the Superintendent of Catholic Schools; reports to the Pastor and is evaluated by the Pastor or his designee (Board Chair) according to the process established by the Superintendent of Catholic Schools.  Accountable to the School Board for the areas of responsibility delegated to the Board by the Pastor and the Diocese.  Accountable to the Superintendent of Catholic Schools in certain matters where diocesan policy and direction are concerned.
Salary: Competitive within the Catholic school market
Apply to: St. John Vianney School Board; Atten: Principal Search Committee; 4101 Clyde Park Ave. SW; Wyoming, MI 49509 – schoolboard@stjohnvianney.net
Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.
Please attach a detailed letter of application with a resume.  Complete and return the application form located here.

Corpus Christi Academy – Simpsonville, KY (10 minutes from Middletown on Shelbyville Rd. in Louisville)
Posted: June 13, 2019
We are a small, independent, private, Catholic classical school, accredited by NAPCIS, who does not adhere to or follow the Common Core standards of education.  Our Curriculum Standards follow those of the Cardinal Newman Society.  We are seeking full-time elementary teachers for the 2019-2020 school year, specifically for 2nd and for 3rd grades.
Qualifications: Must be Catholic, love Christ and His Church, be joyful, and have a BS or BA degree, excellent organizational and management skills.
Contact: If interested, please send a resume to Principal Kathy Fehder at Corpus Christi Academy, 7010 Shelbyville Rd., Simpsonville, KY 40067 or via email at principal@corpuschristiclassical.com

Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley
Posted: June 12, 2019
Early Childhood: Assistant Teacher/Full-Time (40 hours per week):Brief Description: To assist with implementing and directing the classrooms daily childcare program; To ensure the supervision and safety of the children in the center; To assist with facilitating age appropriate development for children in all areas such as fine motor, gross motor, language, social emotional, creativity and cognition; Taking action when materials/events could cause harm to any child & completion of accident/incident reports in case of injury or illness; Reporting any suspicion of child abuse; Assist with setting clear classroom rules and reminding children appropriately; Following MVFCC discipline policy for behavior management; Ensuring ratios are adhered to at all times; Practicing monthly fire/tornado drills; Assist with implementation of lesson plans; Assist with daily classroom routine; Assist with daily transistions (meals, tooth brushing, etc.); Interacts i a positive and respectful manner.
Minimum Requirements: Associate Degree in ECE, currently and actively enrolled in an Associate Degree program in ECE or current CDA required; previous experience with preschool child desired; Knowledge of Early Childhood Development a plus; First Aid, Communicable Illness and Child Abuse recognition training; Maintains current physicals and TB tests per current regulations; Maintains current physicals and TB tests per current regulations; Able to bend, squat,sit with children and lift up to 40 lbs.; Basic computer skills a plus; Ability to work flexible hours and occasional overtime; Fluency in a language other than English, or musical ability a plus; Ability to understand and implement ODJFS Licensing Rules, SUTQ Program Regulations,Head Start policies and procedures and NAEYC Accreditation Standards.
Contact: Interested candidates should send a resume with salary requirement to: Human Resources, Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley; 922 W. Riverview Ave., Dayton, OH 45402 – or email to jobs@cssmv.org – or fax to (937) 222-6750

Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley
Posted: June 12, 2019
Early Childhood: Lead Teacher/Full-Time (40 hours per week): Principle responsibilities include early childhood program implementation, formulating lesson plans, supervising and evaluating children in early childhood classroom activities, and completing paperwork
Minimum Requirements: Bachelors degree in early childhood education preferred.  May accept a baccalaureate or advanced degree and coursework equivalent to a major relating to early childhood education (at least 24 credit hours in early childhood education or child development), with experience teaching in an early childhood classroom.  At least one year of related experience working in early childhood First Aid, Communicable Illness and Child Abuse recognition training; Maintains current physical and TB test per current regulations; Able to bend, squat, sit with children and lift up to 40 lbs.; Basic computer skills and familiarity with MS Word Ability to work with diverse populations; Willingness to work flexible hours and occasional overtime; Ability to understand and implement early childhood ODJFS Licensing Rules, SUTQ early childhood Program Regulations, Head Start policies and procedures and NAEYC Accreditation Standards
Contact: Interested candidates should send a resume and salary requirement to: Human Resources, Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley; 922 W. Riverview Ave., Dayton, OH 45402 – or email to jobs@cssmv.org  – or fax to (937) 222-6750