The Director of Mission and Ministry communicates the mission and core values of LSCP to all La Salle College Preparatory community members. As a Lasallian Catholic high school, our school draws from the wisdom and founding of its Lasallian Catholic tradition. It allows its members to grow in understanding and expressing the Catholic faith. A Lasallian Catholic High School welcomes diversity and ecumenism and is pluralistic and inclusive. It also includes persons of other faith traditions and those without faith traditions. By communicating its heritage, mission, and core values and providing a comprehensive Lasallian formation program, the Director seeks to create a community where intellectual and spiritual growth complement one another. The reason, a human gift, is regarded as compatible with faith—both seeking the truth.
The Director for Mission and Ministry Integration is responsible for promoting the active engagement of the school community in understanding, appreciating, sustaining, and advancing the mission of La Salle College Preparatory. The Director of Mission and Ministry Integration is a member of the school president’s administrative team. The Director for Mission and Ministry Integration will create and maintain initiatives, policies, events, and programs that enable and encourage all members of the LSCP community to more fully embrace the faith, history, mission, core values, and purpose of the school. The Director for Mission and Ministry Integration plays a central role in communicating LSCP’s distinctive identity as an engaged, contemporary Lasallian Catholic high school to various internal and external constituents. This position reports to the President and collaborates directly with the Principal and administrative team. The Director for Mission and Ministry Integration provides guidance and leadership in fulfilling the Mission Assembly goals directed by the Christian Brothers.
- Practicing Roman Catholic with five years of Catholic education experience (Preferably Lasallian.)
- Significant Lasallian Formation experiences.
- Familiar with curriculum design, sequencing, and implementation.
- A deep understanding of the Catholic faith and mission of LSCP, with the ability to communicate that understanding and appreciation to diverse stakeholder groups, including those from other faith traditions and those who do not identify with a faith tradition.
- Able to form collegial, cooperative, collaborative relationships with administrators, faculty, staff, students, alums, parents, coaches, donors, board members, and others.
- Master’s Degree in a closely related field or excellent experience relevant to Mission leadership.
- Five years of successful supervisory experience; demonstrated strong moral character and ability to lead, inspire, and motivate professional employees and students.
- Strategic leadership, group facilitator, networker, and conflict management skills.
- Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
- Budget and project management.
- Able to work individually, manage change, and shifting priorities.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Able to exercise sound judgment in dealing with complex situations.
- Strong ministerial and pastoral qualities.
- Capacity for handling confidential information with tact and discretion.
Education and Experience:
- Master’s Degree (terminal degree preferred)
- Five years of experience working in a Catholic setting (Lasallian Catholic experience preferred)
- Leadership experience in a Catholic school related to faith formation, campus ministry, Catholic Identity, liturgy, and Lasallian Mission
- Experience with fundraising and donor management.
Special and Unique Characteristics
- Strategic thinker
- Understanding of followership and leadership and the ability to execute both
- Deep commitment to strong character and moral discipline.
- Record of professional behavioral skills in practicing privacy, strategic and operational compliance,
completion of tasks, and trustworthiness.
Please visit lasallehs.org/careers for more information regarding this position and how to apply.
The rate of pay offered to the selected candidate is based on internal pay policy and budget. New hires are commonly paid at the minimum of the wage range or within the lower part of the range. We consider a number of factors when making compensation decisions including, but not limited to, skill sets, experience, training and other department needs.
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