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Director of Campus Ministry and Catholic Identity

Posted: 3/14/2021

Hiring Location: John Paul II High School - Plano, TX - Catholic School
Address: 900 Coit Rd., Plano, TX 75075 (Map)

Job Type: Full Time
Hours: n/a
Weekends/OT Required: Occasionally
Education Required: Masters Degree (Preferred)
Catholic Required: Yes
Bilingual Required: No


Job Description

John Paul II High School (JPII), an increasingly multicultural, next-generation Catholic college preparatory high school, is serving families in the greater Collin County area. As we look forward to the upcoming school year, we need a new Director of Campus Ministry and Catholic Identity to join our family to support us in our commitment to form inclusive, effective, and ethical servant leaders. We focus on a formative approach to education, which honors the whole person spiritually, emotionally, academically, and physically. Please visit our website (here) to find out more about our mission, vision, and unity statement.

Job Requirements

Does your background include some of these educational and certification achievements?

-Master’s Degree in Theological Studies, Theology, or Catechetical Ministry.
-Active member of a Catholic parish in the DFW metroplex.
-Experience in Campus Ministry at a high school level preferred.

What other special knowledge and skills might you bring to our students and community?

-Knowledge of the comprehensive Catholic beliefs and goals.
-Ability to model Gospel values in word and action.
-Knowledge in short and long term strategic planning. Ability to identify and communicate the vision for the ministry of JPII.
-Ability to interact with faculty and staff using a team-centered, collaborative approach.
-Ability to organize meaningful and engaging Campus Ministry events for students, staff, and community.
-Superior organizational, oral, and written communication skills with attention to detail.
-Passion and strong ability for working with a diverse group of students.

We are open to learning more about your unique background that may contribute to meaningful alternatives to the above qualifications.

Reporting to the Principal, we will look to the Director of Campus Ministry and Catholic Identity to:

-Be a positive and inspirational role model for all students and staff. Model the 5 Rs expected at JPII (Respect, Responsibility, Role Model, Reverence, and Resilience).
-Establish and maintain open and frequent communication and a professional relationship with parents, students, colleagues, and community.
-Serve with an innovative approach as supervisor for all ministry areas within the campus including community service projects, the northern parish initiative, school retreats, and mission trips.
-Assist the President/Principal/LeadershipTeam in short and long term strategic
planning for the school with a strong focus on the vision for the ministry of JPII and faith formation.
-Work with all departments at JPII, meeting frequently with Theology, Admissions, and Counseling departments.
-Be an active member of the JPII Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
-Inspire our young adults to connect through ministry by forming strong connections with the students of JPII and developing a variety of faith formation opportunities.
-Plan events, activities, and professional development sessions to develop faith formation of the JPII faculty and staff.
-Serve as a resource to students, parents, and faculty, providing them with ideas and support as they work to strengthen their faith and walk in the footsteps of Pope John Paul II.
-Evangelize Catholic Education at JPII and work with leadership to increase student enrollment and visibility of the school.
-Work with the northern parishes to establish the new regional Catholic school in Collin County.
-Manage the Campus Ministry budget and personnel.
-Assume responsibility for school programs/initiatives. Sponsor activities and participate in other duties as assigned by the President and/or Principal of the school.
-Maintain a current program of professional growth by keeping abreast of research studies in the field of Ministry, participating in workshops, seminars, university visits, professional organizations and/or advanced coursework at colleges or universities.
-Attend all professional meetings as required and implement/follow school policies and procedures.

Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with the policies of the Diocese of Dallas and John Paul II High School.

Position Filled

Approved - No