The Campus Minister is responsible for developing a community that fosters the faith formation and spiritual growth of students and faculty/staff in accordance with the School’s mission, vision, and philosophy. The Campus Minister directs all retreat programs and prepares liturgies, sacraments, and prayer services. She/he may also teach occasionally in the theology department. The Campus Minister is a fully initiated and practicing member of the Catholic Church and publicly adheres to Church’s teachings.
Essential Job Functions:
• Continuously develops and promotes successful retreat programs in collaboration with the school’s service program
• Evaluates the skills, abilities, and interests of students in order to lead them to utilize their gifts and talents within our faith community
• Collaborates with members of the faculty/staff to implement a variety of developmentally appropriate retreat, prayer, and liturgical experiences to meet the needs of the students at each grade level
• Leads faculty/staff and student teams in working closely with the Theology Department to implement opportunities for spiritual growth
• In collaboration with Administration team, plans and develops faculty/staff retreats
• Works with Assistant Principal of Student Life to ensure that student clubs and programs are consistent with school-wide service projects and activities
• Provides opportunities for collaborative projects with other local Catholic high schools, such as Crespi
• Keeps abreast and participates in Archdiocesan youth ministry programs and the Religious Education Congress
• May teach a unit or a section of Theology
• Bachelor’s degree in Catholic Theology, Religious Studies, or equivalent
• Master’s degree in Catholic Theology, Religious Studies, or equivalent preferred
• Have or in the process of obtaining Religion Certification by the Archdioceses
• Two to four years of Campus Ministry and/or Religious Studies experience at the high school or college level
• Current knowledge of, and passion for, Catholic teachings and liturgical practices
• Excellent leadership abilities
• Applies creativity in developing campus ministry program
• Strong organization, writing and communication skills
• Excellent judgment and discretion
• Ability to take initiative and manage multiple priorities at one time
• Ability to build strong inter-personal relationships with students, faculty/staff, and parents
About Louisville: Founded in 1960, Louisville High School is a Catholic college preparatory high school for young women with a long and proud academic tradition. Louisville seeks faculty and staff who are enthusiastic about ongoing professional learning and engaging students in their development. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a friendly, beautiful campus setting. To learn more about all of the wonderful aspects of Louisville High school, please visit our website at www.louisvillehs.org.
Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to HR@louisvillehs.org. Please put the job title in the subject line.
Louisville High School (Woodland Hills)
22300 Mulholland Dr.
Woodland Hills, CA 91364HR@louisvillehs.org