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Our Lady of the Valley Parish

Job Title: Children’s Ministry Coordinator

This position is a professional lay minister who is entrusted by the Pastor with the responsibility for developing, implementing and maintaining a faith formation program for parish children.  In collaboration with the Pastor and other Ministries Directors, the Director of Children’s Ministry has the responsibility of overseeing ministries that address the total social, personal and spiritual formation of parish children. This position is also responsible for instruction and preparation needed for children and youth First Communion. This is a Full-Time Position, normally not exceeding 40 hours per week, requiring some flexible hours to include Sunday.

 

Please contact Martin for further information and job description.

mknoelk@olvcaldwell.org 

 


 

St. Joseph's Catholic School 

Job Title:     Catholic School Music Teacher

St. Jseph’s Catholic School is seeking a full-time music teacher who is an energetic, enthusiastic faith filled individual who supports academic excellence. St. Joseph’s Catholic School is a K-8 school in the Diocese of Boise that serves as a ministry of St. John’s Catholic Community and is located in Boise, Idaho.

Primary Function: Under the direction of the school principal is responsible for supporting the Diocese of Boise in its mission to evangelize, catechize, and educate youth in a Catholic School environment.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from an accredited college or university
  • Current Idaho teaching certificate (or the ability to obtain one) with appropriate music endorsements
  • Diocesan ministry certification or working towards certification.
  • Ability to regularly employ appropriate educational technology in the classroom
  • Experience preferred – 3 years; Demonstrable past experience building a successful comprehensive school music program

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Recognize and support the Catholic Mission and Identity of the School by speaking, acting, and instructing consistent with the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. The teacher may not espouse any doctrine inconsistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Give evidence of living Gospel values by being an active member of a faith community and being open to the importance of a personal faith journey; strive to model the teaching of Jesus by attitude and example.
  • Help build the School’s faith community by a demonstrated willingness to participate in, and help plan, music at Mass, school religious and service activities. Be able to teach music in a K- 8 environment.
  • Demonstrate effective planning skills by preparing lessons designed to implement and achieve academic goals and objectives as adapted by the School, along with a Catholic religious curriculum as articulated by the School.
  • Demonstrate competence in teaching by demonstrating current, thorough knowledge of the music and religious curriculum as specified, and be able to communicate effectively with the students; be able to organize classroom learning and materials to maximize student time on tasks as well as motivate student learning.
  • Develop and use effective methods of assessment that are directly related to music curriculum objectives and skills taught; consistently, clearly, and effectively evaluate student progress.
  • Establish a consistent classroom management approach which promotes self-direction and positive self-image; set high standards for student behavior and manage inappropriate behavior effectively.
  • Maintain a functional and pleasant learning environment.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of and a strong commitment to the mission of fostering lay leadership in the Roman Catholic Church. If a baptized Catholic, must be a practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church.
  • Excellent communications skills including written and oral, public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Excellent human relations and interpersonal skills; must be a self-starter and be well- organized; must be a team player.
  • Be available for evening and weekend work as necessary; have reliable transportation.
  • Be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Proficiency in the use of computer technology including word processing and the use of excel and related technology.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Complete and pass a criminal history and background check
  • Clean and neat personal appearance
  • Cooperate with School and Diocesan administration; work effectively with all staff members to promote positive relationships with students and parents. Specific attention will be given toward prompt attendance at scheduled faculty trainings and meetings.
  • At all times demonstrate professional responsibility in enforcing School policies and regulations.
  • Maintain confidentiality of information, display sound judgment in dress and general behavior. specifically, follow School dress code standard.
  • Be able to direct and lead students in a comprehensive school music program in the areas of choir, bell choir, strings, orff instruments, band, etc.
  • Prepare our students for Christmas and spring music concert
  • Prepare school choir to participate in the musical liturgy of school Mass
  • Teaches instrumental music, and general music courses as required to build a premier independent school performing arts program in the region
  • Promotes the band program for the purpose of forming students holistically in a Catholic worldview, improving the quality of student performance outcomes, and encouraging maximizing their God-given talents
  • Monitors band services (e.g. evaluating programs and attendance, overseeing equipment procurement, staffing, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring that performance outcomes are achieved within budget, department, and school objectives
  • Prepares appropriate weekly lesson plans including instructional objectives, planned activities, spiritual integration, assessments and resources, incorporating classroom technology to enhance instruction
  • Promotes the Performing Arts program for the purpose of forming students holistically in the Catholic faith, improving the quality of student performance outcomes, and encouraging maximizing their God-given talent
  • Effectively utilizes basic elements of foundational music instruction including but not limited to presentation of content, questioning techniques, responding to learner input, and arrangement of learning activities
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Assists in the on-going curriculum revision process
  • Lead in the selection of music curriculum and materials

Physical/Mental Requirements: Coordination and manual dexterity, normal mental and visual capabilities, and the ability to lift as required in a normal office environment.

To apply, please submit:

  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Completed diocesan application
  • Three recent letters of reference to St. Joseph’s School.

The completed packets can be sent to: Tammy Emerich, principal emericht@stjoes.com

The position will start August 2020

 


St. Joseph's Catholic School 

Boise, Idaho: Second Grade Catholic School Teacher
 

St. Joseph’s Catholic School is seeking a full-time second grade teacher who is an energetic, enthusiastic faith filled individual who supports academic excellence. St. Joseph’s Catholic School is a K-8 school in the Diocese of Boise that serves as a ministry of St. John’s Catholic Community and is located in Boise, Idaho.

Primary Function: Under the direction of the school principal is responsible for supporting the Diocese of Boise in its mission to evangelize, catechize, and education youth in a Catholic School environment.

 

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education
  • Current Idaho teaching certificate (or the ability to obtain one) with appropriate endorsements
  • Diocesan ministry certification or working towards certification.
  • Ability to regularly employ appropriate educational technology in the classroom
  • Experience preferred – 3 years in a K-2nd grade teaching environment

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Recognize and support the Catholic Mission and Identity of the School by speaking, acting, and instruction consistent with the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. The teacher may not espouse any doctrine inconsistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Give evidence of living Gospel values by being an active member of a faith community and being open to the importance of a personal faith journey; strive to model the teaching of Jesus by attitude and example.
  • Help build the School’s faith community by a demonstrated willingness to participate in, and help plan, School religious and service activities. Be able to teach 2nd grade Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist – First Holy Communion
  • Demonstrate effective planning skills by preparing lessons designed to implement and achieve academic goals and objectives as adapted by the School, along with a Catholic religious curriculum as articulated by the School.
  • Demonstrate competence in teaching by demonstrating current, thorough knowledge of the academic and religious curriculum as specified, and be able to communicate effectively with the students; be able to organize classroom learning and materials to maximize student time on tasks as well as motivate student learning.
  • Develop and use effective methods of evaluation that are directly related to curriculum objectives and to concepts and skills taught; consistently, clearly, and effectively evaluate student progress.
  • Establish a consistent classroom management approach which promotes self-direction and positive self-image; set high standards for student behavior and manage inappropriate behavior effectively.
  • Maintain a functional and pleasant learning environment.
  • Cooperate with School and Diocesan administration; work effectively with all staff members to promote positive relationships with students and parents. Specific attention will be given toward prompt attendance at schedule faculty trainings and meetings.
  • At all times demonstrate professional responsibility in enforcing School policies and regulations.
  • Maintain confidentiality of information; display sound judgment in dress and general behavior. Specifically, Teacher will follow School dress code standard.
  • Prepare baptized Catholic students for First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion
  • Collaborate and work with St. John’s Parish with students who wish to get baptized and or enter into the Catholic Church.
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Assists in the on-going curriculum revision process
  • Assists in the selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials

Basic Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of and a strong commitment to the mission of fostering lay leadership in the Roman Catholic Church. If a baptized Catholic, must be a practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church.
  • Excellent communications skills including written and oral, public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Excellent human relations and interpersonal skills; must be a self-starter and be well- organized; must be a team player.
  • Be available for evening and weekend work as necessary; have reliable transportation.
  • Be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Proficiency in the use of completer technology including word processing and the use of excel and related technology.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Flexibility in assessing needs and strategies and adapt appropriately in a ministerial environment.
  • Complete and pass a criminal history and background check
  • Clean and neat personal appearance

 

Physical/Mental Requirements: Coordination and manual dexterity, normal mental and visual capabilities, and the ability to lift as required in a normal office environment.

To apply, please submit:

  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Completed diocesan application
  • Three recent letters of reference to St. Joseph’s School.

The completed packets can be sent to: Tammy Emerich, principal emericht@stjoes.com

The position will start August 2020


St. Paul’s Catholic Community - Nampa, Idaho

St. Paul's Catholic School has openings in both elementary and middle school for the upcoming school year. The school is dedicated to its mission to deliver the highest-quality faith formation and academic opportunities for all students. Teachers should be committed to their faith and able to work in an environment that emphasizes the education of the whole child through a classical approach to instruction.

Questions may be directed to the principal, Fred Martin, via email at fmartin@saintpaulnampa.org. Applicants may use the Diocesan application process or send a resume with letter of intent and references directly to the school. Address and phone number may be found on the school website. The search for an excellent member of our team will continue until March 31st  or until the position is filled. 


St. Paul’s Catholic Community - Nampa, Idaho

POSITION:                                     Parish Maintenance and Grounds Keeper

APPOINTED BY:                             Pastor

RESPONSIBLE TO:                         Pastor, Parish Business Manager

COLLABORATES WITH:                 Pastor, Parish Business Administrator, and Parish Staff

STATUS:                                        Full Time, Exempt


Vision:

The Parish Maintenance and Grounds Keeper provides general maintenance for the New Church, Old Church, Dempsey Hall, Parish Business Office, Marist Hall, Columbian Hall and other facilities as directed. Assists in furthering the ministry of the Church in Idaho and in the St. Paul’s Catholic Community setting.

 

Definition:

The person who assumes the position of Maintenance and Grounds Keeper is accepting a very important role in the functioning of our parish.  He or she will not only perform maintenance, cleaning, and care for the facilities and grounds, but he/she will also work with people, especially the office staff. Collaboration with Janitorial contractors and staff is a vital part of this position.

 

The Maintenance and Grounds Keeper is under the direct supervision of the Parish Business Manager.

 

The following job description is intended to communicate the responsibilities of the Building and Grounds keeper. This description of tasks is not intended to outline every last detail of the position, but will serve to give a general impression of the duties relating to the job. 

 

Primary Function:

The Maintenance and Grounds Keeper is responsible for the general maintenance and upkeep of the buildings and grounds for the New Church, Parish Offices, Dempsey hall, St. Paul’s School, Marist Hall and Columbian Hall and other facilities included under the St. Paul’s Catholic Community; the Priests residence as certain events dictate.

 

Required Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma or GED with preferred technical school or associate degree in facilities maintenance or construction.
  • Preferred, four (4) years’ experience in grounds and building maintenance, and/or light construction.
  • Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work.
  • Proven maintenance experience.
  • Skilled in the use of hand and power tools.
  • Ability to check blueprints, repair manuals and parts catalogs as necessary.
  • Experience in performing routine maintenance.
  • Eye for detail.
  • Strong organizational and follow up skills.
  • Self-starter, ability to work well alone and in a team setting.

 

Required Knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Complete a variety of building and grounds maintenance tasks efficiently and effectively.
  • Use and maintain a variety of hand and power tools and equipment common to building and grounds maintenance work.
  • Conduct routine inspection of premises and equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance.
  • Lift, move and maneuver hand and power equipment safely.
  • Organize work for self effectively.
  • Follow written and oral instructions and observe parish policies and procedures.
  • Perform duties accurately and efficiently under time sensitive deadlines.
  • Respond courteously to customer and vendor inquiries, which are sometimes controversial or adversarial.
  • Oversee contractors when professional repairs or modifications are necessary.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, supervisory personnel, vendors, and the public.
  • Scheduling of annual or other inspections.
  • Secure bids for various large projects in line with Parish Policies.

 

 

To apply for this job, please submit a resume, two letters of reference and the Diocese Application

Please send complete package to: mdeleon@stpaulsnampa.org  

 


 

ALL SAINTS PARISH

Lewiston, Idaho

POSITION:  Director of Religious Education

APPOINTED BY:  Pastor/ Parish Administrator

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Pastor/ Parish AdministratorCOLLABORATES WITH:  Pastor; Parish Staff; and appropriate committee and individuals

  STATUS:  Full Time, Exempt

Vision: Rooted in the life of Jesus Christ and his call to discipleship, this minister provides for continuing formation in the Catholic faith by coordinating formation and religious education programs at the parish level. The Director of Religious Education is a professional minister who is entrusted by the pastor with the education of the faithful of the parish.

Primary Function: In collaboration with the pastor, the Director of Religious Education (DRE) has the responsibility of overseeing the formation and education of the adult population of All Saints. Additionally, the DRE supervises the Children's Religious Education Coordinator and provides oversight and direction for the Chile.hen's Religious Education program at All Saints; and collaborates with the Religious Education Program at Sacred Heart in Lapwai. Responsibilities of this position include: elements of catechesis, evangelization, spirituality, liturgy and guidance for youth and adult learners.

Required Education and Experience:

  • A minimum of four years of experience in parish based ministry is required. Experience must include leadership roles. Experience in formation and religious education programs at all levels prefeffed.
  • Degree in Divinity, Theology, Pastoral Ministry or its equivalent preferred.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrated skill in administration of parish programs.
  • Demonstrated communication skills, including public speaking, teaching, and written communication.
  • Demonstrated skill in budget administration and record-keeping and reporting.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (cont.):

  • Demonstrated ability for long range planning and a vision for the future of parish educational programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize.
  • Ability to work in a collaborative team effort with all staff.
  • Ability to delegate tasks where appropriate.
  • Familiarity with the psychology of child and adult learners and effective teaching methods for various age groups.

Personal Characteristics:

  • Must be an active participant of the Catholic Church, a baptized and confirmed Catholic, and able to partake in the full sacramental life of the Church.
  • Demonstrated ease in dealing with people, problems and crises; excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated emotional stability and self-confidence.
  • Recognized as organized, hard-working, responsible and careful.
  • Experiences with people must demonstrate cooperation, compassion and caring.
  • Recognized as imaginative, open, curious, creative and intelligent.
  • Aware of and sensitive to a multi-cultural environment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The Director of Religious Education has the following duties and responsibilities:

Adult Faith Formation

  • Plans overall Faith Development goals and objectives in collaboration with the Pastor.
  • Provides programs for the faith development of adult populations, including the RCIA program.
  • Ensures that guidelines and laws of the church, especially the General Directory ofCatechesis, Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us, and the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults are implemented in the formation programs.
  • Develops new educational programs where necessary.
  • Develops effective methods of encouraging enthusiasm, interest, participation, and learning suitable to the particular age of the learner involved.
  • Develops a committee for adult education in the parish. Directs the discernment of parish needs for adult education and evaluates the quality of these programs.

To apply for this job, please submit a cover letter, resume and the Diocese Application

Please send complete package to: john@allsaintslewiston.org 


ALL SAINTS School

Lewiston, Idaho

Middle School Teacher Full Time

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All Saints Catholic School is hiring a full-time eighth-grade teacher for the 2020-2021 school year.  We are seeking a candidate who is creative and caring with a passion for Catholic school teaching, knowledgeable in curriculum, and able to meet the needs of children with varied learning styles.  This is a full-time position for a certified teacher.  Applications will be accepted through March 20th, or until the position is filled.  Download the application from the school’s website: www.ascs-pk6.org or contact the school at 208-743-4411.  
Diocese of Boise Application 

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Long Term Substitutes

St. Ignatius Meridian, Idaho

 

Job Opening:

St. Ignatius is looking for energetic educators to serve as long term substitutes beginning mid March and ending May 31st, 2020. Please find application materials on the careers tab of our website and submit completed application materials or use the attachments below.  

Long Term Substitute Application

Certified School Position 

For questions about the position, please email employment@stignatiusmeridian.org.

 


 

St. Ignatius Catholic School is looking for teachers for the following positions for the 2020-2021 school year. 

 

Full-time Middle School Math

A qualified applicant should have experience teaching middle or high school level math as well as a background in math education. Applicants should hold a valid teaching certificate. 

 

Full-time Elementary Classroom Teacher

A qualified applicant should be willing to embrace the unique, personalized learning model at St. Ignatius Catholic School and demonstrate strong collaboration and teamwork skills. Applicants should have a valid teaching certificate. 

 

Intervention Specialist

A qualified applicant will have experience working with reading, math and/or behavioral intervention. Special education certification is preferred. 

 

To access application materials, please visit the careers tab of the St. Ignatius Catholic School website: https://www.stignatiusmeridian.org/about/careers-at-st-ignatius/

 

Positions are open until filled.

 

For inquiries please contact

Charles Lawrence

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

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