Job Listings

As a service to our community and our graduates, Aquinas Institute offers a job posting board. Aquinas Institute reserves the right to control the content of this material. To request to post a position, please email Bridget Kostello, Coordinator of Marketing and Communications, at marketing@ai.edu.

Pastoral Care & Community Life Associate Director

Sisters of the Most Precious Blood (CPPS)

Villa Theresa and Abbey Senior Health

204 N. Main St.

O’Fallon, MO  63366

Hiring Manager: Sr. Helene Cooke

Email: hcooke@collaborativegovernance.org

 

The Sisters of the Most Precious Blood of O’Fallon are looking for a Pastoral Care & Community Life Associate Director. This individual works to enhance life for the individual CPPS Sisters living at Villa Theresa and Abbey Senior Health, deepen sisterhood and a sense of mission, promotes CPPS values and keeps the Sister involved in congregational life as appropriate for each. This position is a full-time salaried position. Please send resumes to Sr. Helene Cooke at hcooke@collaborativegovernance.com.

 

Director of Pastoral Ministries

Archdiocese of Indianapolis

1400 N. Meridian St.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

(800) 382-9836

www.archindy.org

 

The Director of Pastoral Ministries provides leadership and guidance to many ministry offices within the Archdiocese including Youth Ministry, Young Adult and College Campus Ministries, Ecumenism and Interreligious Affairs, Intercultural Ministries, Marriage and Family Life, Human Life and Dignity, and Corrections.

This role works to promote teamwork, foster collaboration within these ministries and other secretariats, and to enhance the service and the resources provided to the parishes, schools, and agencies of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. The Director of Pastoral Ministries will ensure the strategic vision is executed within these various ministries, providing oversight that evangelization, catechesis and missionary discipleship permeate throughout. This role will offer guidance to ministry directors to support the formation of its leaders and ministries, serving as a resource and advisor within the Archdiocese to promote participation in ministries and programs. The Director will promote full, conscious and active participation in the liturgical and sacramental life of the Church in a manner that respects inter-cultural and inter-generational diversity.

A full job listing with duties and required experience may be found here.

 

Associate Director of Ministry Services

School Sisters of Notre Dame

Atlantic-Midwest Province, Inc.

www.amssnd.org

Hiring Manager: Liz Klein

Email: lklein@amssnd.org

 

Job Summary: The Atlantic-Midwest Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (AMSSND) is seeking a mission-oriented, inspiring and creative leader to partner with SSND in mission and ministry through their department of ministry services. The primary function of this position is mission formation for new lay leaders (CEO's and selected leadership of sponsored ministries, province staff), the orientation of new employees, board support and resource creation. In collaboration with the director, formation takes place in the context of the SSND mission and educational vision, their directional statement and JPIC commitments, including being a Laudato Si' congregation.

 

The position is to be filled immediately. For more information on SSND, visit the Atlantic-Midwest Province website of the School Sisters of Notre Dame www.amssnd.org. Cover letter and resume should be sent to Liz Klein, HR Director for the Atlantic-Midwest Province.

 

A full job listing with duties and required experience may be found here.
 

Our Lady of the Prairie Retreat Director

Our Lady of the Prairie
2664 145th Avenue
Wheatland, IA 52777-9670
(563) 374-1092

www.chmiowa.org/retreat

Hiring Manager: Sr. Marcia Eckerman, CHM

Email: meckermanl@chmiowa.org

 

Job Summary: The OLPR Director works cooperatively with the Congregation of the Humility of Mary (CHM) leadership to uphold CHM's mission and core values. The OLPR Director will work collaboratively in all matters of general administration, planning, fiscal management, property maintenance, personnel management, public relations, marketing and communication. Residence on site is preferred but not required.

 

A full job listing with duties and required experience may be found here.

Theology Substitute Teacher @ St. Joseph's Academy

St. Joseph’s Academy

2307 S. Lindbergh Blvd.

St. Louis, MO  63131
Visit us online @ www.sja1840.org


St. Joseph’s Academy, a Catholic college-preparatory high school for young women in St. Louis, Missouri, is seeking a long-term Theology substitute teacher mid-September through early December 2022. This temporary position will include teaching four sections of Church History to high school sophomores, and may include teaching one section of Catholic Social Teaching to high school juniors. Position will include classroom management, assigning, grading student work, and posting grades using Canvas LMS.

 

Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or near completion of a degree in Theology, Religious Education or similar. Teaching or ministry experience and familiarity with church history and Catholic Social Teaching required. Familiarity with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet is a plus.

 

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to employment@sja1840.org with “Fall 2022 Theology Opening” in the subject line.  

Executive Director or Director of Campus Ministry

Edgewood College Human Resources—EDCM

1000 Edgewood College Dr.

Madison, WI  53711

edgewood.edu

Email: humanresources@edgewood.edu

Hiring Manager: Milton Javier Bravo

Email: MilBravo@edgewood.edu

 
Applications submitted by September 15, 2022, will receive first consideration

 

Job Summary: The Executive Director or Director of Campus Ministry is a member of the division of Mission, Values and Inclusion, and actively models and integrates the College’s Dominican Catholic identity, as well as institutional mission, vision and values in programming, ministries, and services. The Executive Director reports to the Vice President for Mission, Values and Inclusion. The Executive Director or Director provides leadership and oversight for college-wide ministries and services, through which students, faculty and staff from the Catholic tradition, other religious denominations and nonreligious denominations can develop a sense of service, contemplate their vocation in life, and articulate a faith-based response to today’s injustices. The Executive Director or Director provides opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to develop their ethical leadership, in order to find ways of creating a more just, compassionate and sustainable society. The Executive Director or Director will provide culturally responsive programming to serve a diverse student body, such as our Hispanic/Latinx, African American, Asian American and LGBTQ+ students. The title and salary of Executive Director or Director will reflect the candidate’s experience, qualifications, credentials and expertise in the area of Campus Ministry.

 

A full job listing with duties and required experience may be found here.