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Catholic School Instructional Aide 

St. Joseph’s Catholic School (Boise, ID)

 

Job Title:     Catholic School Instructional Aide          

Exemption Status: Non-Exempt

Primary Function:  Under the direction of the school principal and/or classroom teacher, the instructional aid is responsible for supporting the learning environment and assist the teacher with other responsibilities. The instructional aid should support the Diocese of Boise in its mission to evangelize and catechize youth in a Catholic School environment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Under supervision of the teacher, provide direct instruction of students and    

conduct instructional exercises, both with individual students and small groups.

  • Recognize and support the unique Catholic Mission of the school by speaking,                                 

          acting, and providing instructional assistance consistent with the teachings of the   

          Catholic Church; an instructional aide may not epouse any doctrine inconsistent 

          with the teachings of the Church

  • Give evidence of lived Gospel values by being an active member of the  faith 

          community and being open to the importance of personal faith journey;

          model the teaching of Jesus by attitude and example

  • Assist the classroom teacher with student supervision including assisting with 

          lessons and recess/lunch supervision

  • Assist with the school lunch and playground supervision as necessary
  • Consistently and effectively assist in the evaluation of student progress
  • Assist the teacher with a consistent, positive disciplinary approach which  promotes self-direction and positive self-image, and motivates learning
  • At all times demonstrate professional responsibility in all tasks assigned; display

          sound judgement in dress and general behavior

  • Be willing to perform other duties as assigned

Basic Qualifications: 

  • A strong commitment to the mission of fostering lay leadership in the Catholic Church. If a baptized Catholic, must be a practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church
  • Experience with Google platform/Google classroom
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent human relations and interpersonal skills; must be a self-starter and be

well organized; must be a team player

  • Be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Proficiency in the use of computer technology
  • Must maintain confidentiality at all times
  • The ability to successfully complete a criminal history and background check
  • Professional bearing and clean and neat personal appearance

Education and Experience:

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • Previous Classroom Experience Preferred

To apply:

Email the following to Tammy Emerich, principal, emericht@stjoes.com

  • Cover letter, explaining your interest in the position and stating if you prefer part time or full time consideration
  • Resume
  • Diocesan Application for Employment
  • Letters of Recommendation (2)

The job is open until filled.

 


 

 

Director of Religious Education

Our Lady of the Rosary (Boise, Idaho) 

 

Minimum Education/Experience

•       Catechist Certification from Diocese of Boise or equivalent.

•       Degree in Theology or Master Catechist Certificate preferred.

•       Experience in Religious Education.

•       Has been trained in at least Level One of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Curriculum

The Director of Religious Education (DRE) is responsible for the parish Religious Education (Pre-K through fifth grade) program as designated by the parish administrator and priest.

Currently, this includes developing curricula, training, staffing of necessary classes, sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist, and catechist formation.

The DRE must understand the nature and purpose of religious education and continuously assess the needs and priorities of the parish, working with the priest, the administrator, the parents, and teachers.

This individual will be expected to demonstrate good public relations skills, as well as teaching skills.

There are two workweek scenarios available that will be explained at interview. The position is a year-round position.

 

For more information, please contact Deacon Lou Aaron at 208.343.9041, or submit resumes to: laaron@olrboise.org

 


 

Sacred Heart Catholic School

IT Support Desk Technician (Boise, Idaho)

Sacred Heart Catholic School is seeking an IT Support Desk Technician to join our team. This position's role is to support and maintain in-house computer users, systems and desktops.

Duties include installing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining and upgrading hardware, software and other equipment while ensuring optimal workstation performance. This role also troubleshoots problem areas in a timely and accurate fashion and provides end user training and assistance when requested.

The ideal candidate will have an eagerness to learn, have excellent communication and people skills, strong analytical skills and the ability to support a wide range of personalities. 

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide technical assistance and support for incoming queries or issues and respond either in person, email or over the phone

  • Maintain daily performance of computer systems

  • Ask questions to determine nature of problem

  • Walk users through problem-solving process

  • Install, modify, and repair computer hardware and software

  • Run diagnostic programs or reports to resolve problems and determine malfunctions continuing to occur

  • Follow up with employees to ensure issue has been resolved

  • Gain feedback from employees about computer usage

  • Identify and escalate situations requiring urgent attention

  • Stay current with system information, changes and updates

  • Ability to create procedural documentation

  • Maintain asset information

  • Any other additional duties as required

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR – CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Associates Degree or equivalent experience in desktop and IT support preferred or current enrollment in an IT program

  • Experience with Active Directory to include account creation/management and File Share permissions management

  • Microsoft Office, Multifunction printers, Windows system administration Windows 10, Chrome OS management, Google Apps for Education administration

  • Experience in TCP/IP networking, DNS, AD, Windows account management

  • Ability to understand, diagnose, and resolve issues with a large range of applications including but not limited to web browsers, word processing, spreadsheets, viruses, spyware, and virtual office communications

  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills, as well as the ability to translate technical jargon into user-friendly terms to effectively communicate issues and resolutions and create documentation for user reference

  • Ability and desire to acquire new skills and knowledge quickly

  • Ability to think and work independently and in a team environment

  • Must be a self-guided individual, able to work with minimal supervision

  • Resolute personal and professional ethics and the highest standards of professional conduct at all times

 

HOURS & COMPENSATION: This is a part-time position of 15 hours/week at $15/hour. Hours spent on-campus are flexible. 

 

TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter and resume to jwokersien@sacredheartboise.com by 7/29/2020.

 


 

Title:                                               Pathways to Progress Service Coordinator II

Location:                                       Catholic Charities of Idaho Treasure Valley Office

Work Week:                                1  FTE; (Forty Hours per Week) Some Evenings/Weekends

Type of Employment:                  Non-Exempt 

Reports to:                                  Pathways to Progress Program Director

 

JOB OVERVIEW:

The Pathways to Progress Service Coordinator II – will provide a range of services in support of family self-sufficiency and resilience.  Service activities will include linking clients to community resources, short term intervention services, and facilitating specialized education services.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Pathways to Progress Service Coordinator II has primary responsibility for the delivery of client services and assist in agency program development.  Specific duties include:

  1. Assist in development and oversight of the Financial Wellness program and services, including writing grants and policies and procedures.
  2. Recruit and oversee volunteer financial wellness coaches
  3. Provide financial wellness education, coaching and case management through Bridges at Work and other CCI Financial Wellness services.
  4. Coordinate and deliver comprehensive case management service to moderate to intensive, at-risk families both in the on-site, in the community and in client homes.
  5. Coordinate and deliver comprehensive skill building and educational services to at-risk families both on site and in the community, including parenting education and citizenship classes as designated by Program Director
  6. Offer, as appropriate, culturally competent and culturally specific intervention services to immigrant and refugee populations. 
  7. Utilize and maintain, according to agency standards, client information data for all case records and educational services.
  8. Coordinate services with community partners.
  9. Participate in outreach to educate the community on the services offered.
  10. Support fundraising, resource enhancement and community partnerships to expand assigned service engagements.
  11. Ensure that all assigned services are provided in accordance with applicable State and Local regulatory requirements, Catholic Charities Board Policies, Social Service Division Policies, and the Catholic Charities Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.
  12. Other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social service related field strongly preferred
  • At least two years of experience providing social services strongly preferred.
  • Experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations.
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to engage and motivate volunteers from the community.
  • Ability to teach skill building strategies to clients
  • Must possess strong work ethic and ability to work independently
  • Knowledge of, and ability to access, community resources.
  • Experience providing case management services.
  • Ability to provide strength based and client centered services.
  • Experience applying motivational interviewing and other best practice assessment strategies.
  • Experience with and desire to assist underserved populations essential.
  • Ability to appropriately value and integrate client religious and spiritual identity into services essential.
  • Ability to establish and maintain boundaries with clients
  • Ability to assist clients in building life skills and community connections
  • Knowledge of and commitment to Catholic Social Teaching preferred; commitment to Catholic Charities mission essential.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to be an independent learner
  • Ability to work, occasionally, on nights and weekends.
  • Preference for candidates with bilingual language skills and broad cultural competency.
  • Possess a valid Idaho Driver’s License and proof

 

Standards & Protocol

  1. Professional image in attitude and dress.
  2. Loyalty, dependability, and punctuality.
  3. Adherence to agency standards of practice.
  4. Ability to drive and utilize agency or personal automobile for work purposes.
  5. Possess a valid Idaho Driver’s License and proof of minimum standards of vehicle insurance.

 

Salary:  (Range 3) - $14.43 - $20.44

 

To apply for this position, please complete our online application.

 


 

 

SPCS Food Service Director

The Food Service Director oversees food service program for the student body, ensuring compliance with all applicable Southwest District Health food program policies and procedures. Including (but not limited to) proper food service/preparation and storage. The Foodservice Director, will work with the school Principal to ensure nutritionally balanced meals are provided for the student body, including but not limited to Preschool through the 8th grade.

The Food Service Director maintains documentation and record keeping of all food service related activities.

The Food Service Director cooks the daily meal as well as prepares the snack for the after school program. This includes (but is not limited to) setting up and replenishing the salad bar, preparing food by peeling, chopping, grinding, paring, cutting, slicing, dicing, pureeing, dredging, flouring, or breading. Weighs, measures, and assembles ingredients and mixes ingredients according to recipes; covers, dates and stores leftovers according to established procedures. Can operate a variety of kitchen equipment using gas, electricity, steam or microwave heat sources. Will follow established sanitation procedures when handling food. Has the ability to establish that foods are stored at the correct temperatures to prevent bacterial growth. Clean and sanititze kitchen area daily.

Responsibilities also include supervision and training of staff and volunteers to follow Southwest District Health guidelines, and directing completion of tasks in a timely, efficient and safe manner.

The Food Service Director is responsible for monthly menu planning, ordering supplies and equipment, receiving and properly rotating supplies.

The Foodservice Director is responsible for verifying correctness of receipts received from food/supply deliveries, then forwards them to school office.

The Food Service Director will work closely with the school Principal to help create an accurate budget for school lunch program.

This is a part-time position which will require on average twenty five hours a week for the school year 20/21 to begin on August 10th.

Please submit a letter of interest and Diocesan application to Mari deLeon at mdeleon@stpaulsnampa.org

 


 

Youth Ministry Assistant

Nampa, Idaho

St. Paul’s Youth Ministry is accepting applications for the hourly position of Youth Ministry Assistant, a part-time position.  Applicants must contact the Business Manager, Mari DeLeon by July 15, 2020 with a resume and letter of interest that expresses their qualifications and interest regarding the youth ministry goals and mission of St. Paul’s Youth Ministry.

 

Goal & Mission of St. Paul’s Youth Ministry: Create an environment that leads youth into a relationship with God through Christ and His Church, create deeper understanding of the Church and the Faith, and provide community in which we can grow in love and friendship.

 

Essential Duties, Responsibilities, and Experience:

 

· Bilingual

· Assist the Director of Youth Ministry with maintenance of registrations and

  database.

· Facilitate communication with Youth Ministry and Sacramental Preparation 

  families.

· Assist Director of Youth Ministry with Sacramental Preparation gatherings.

· Some weekends will be required.

 

Submit Applications and letter of interest to mdeleon@stpaulsnampa.org.

Accepted applicants will be invited to interviews during mid-July.

 

 

 


 

Elementary School Teacher 

St. Edward’s Catholic School (Twin Falls, Idaho)

Position will begin August 13, 2020

St. Edward’s Catholic School is seeking a faith filled individual who support academic quality to join our team. Teacher is responsible for instructing students in a Catholic setting, creating well-developed lesson plans, instructing students in subjects such as religion, science, English language arts, social studies, and math, and creates a positive, faith-based learning environment

Job Requirements:

Bachelor Degree in Education or other relevant field

Current Idaho teaching certificate (or the ability to obtain one) with appropriate endorsements

Maintains positive rapport with students and parents; demonstrates patience and appropriate encouragement to assist in the development of the child.

Plans and implements daily lessons which integrates our Catholic Faith

To apply, please submit:

  • Cover Letter
  • Résumé
  • Completed diocesan application
  • 3 references

The completed packets can be sent to:

Angela Hild, principal

hild-angela@sainteddie.org

 

 


 

 

 

 

For inquiries please contact

Charles Lawrence

(208) 350-7510 phone
(208) 342-2368 fax

HR@RCDB.org

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