Seeking part-time home help (2 days/ week) in Midtown Manhattan.
– weekly grocery shopping
– returning to apartment to prepare simple, healthy meals for the week (meats & vegetables)
– checking apartment for signs of forgetfulness (stove/ oven/ faucets turned off), ensuring safety
– disposing of unsafe foods
– light cleaning
Ideally interested person would be available Monday or Tuesday for 4 hours and again on either Thursday or Friday for 4 hours. Time of day/hours flexible
Please contact for more details.
The Development Office is looking for a Campaign Manager
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Archdiocese of New York
The Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal
Professional Level: 1 to 3 years experience
Direct Supervisor: Senior Manager, Cardinal’s Appeal
The Archdiocese of New York encompasses 295 parishes in the greater New York area, including the recently renovated St. Patrick’s Cathedral where Pope Francis visited this past September! The Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal (CASA) is the annual fund for the archdiocese, raising over $20 million a year, to support charitable efforts which impact countless people throughout its ten counties. We are looking for campaign managers to be a part of our growing development team. Ideal candidates possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills, with the ability to work both independently and within a team environment. Currently, the CASA Office manages two other campaigns in addition to its annual fund – Capital Campaigns and Increased Offertory Campaigns.
- Help provide financial strength and stability to the Archdiocese of New York and its parishes by assisting in raising money for necessary capital projects, operational expenses, debt reduction, or to enhance reserves for future needs
- Meet regularly with pastors across the archdiocese to design a tailored approach in order to help the parish reach its fundraising goals
- Develop and implement strategies for increasing participation in assigned parishes
- Attend weekly staff meetings and report on individual parish progress
- Attend parish-based meetings, which can occur on some evenings and weekends
- Identification and advancement of prospects who have the capacity for greater giving
- Data management and analysis with the goal of maximizing fundraising efforts
- Draft and prepare tailored correspondence for individual parishes
- The Cardinal’s Appeal:
- Consult with 40 to 60 parishes to achieve their monetary and participation annual fund goals
- Prioritize closing gifts in the $500-$5,000 range
- Articulate the Cardinal’s Appeal message in a way that resonates with parishioners
- Assist pastor in establishing volunteer teams at parishes to maximize fundraising efforts
- Capital Campaign:
- Help parishes raise funds required to achieve their most pressing needs
- Prioritize securing pledges in the $25,000-$250,000 range
- Assist pastor in establishing leadership committees tasked with engaging prospects to commit to the campaign
- Proactively manage all parish level solicitations
- Increased Offertory Campaign:
- Work with parishes on proven methods to enhance their collections, with the goal of increasing their regular offertory by 20% or more
- Emphasize stewardship as an integral component to the success of the campaign
- Special projects and events as needed
Standards of Performance:
- Achieve financial and other non-monetary goals (i.e. participation, volunteer team establishment) with a measurable increase over the prior year’s results
- Build and maintain relationships with pastors, parish staff and volunteers
- Submit detailed parish analytical and statistical reports during the campaign in a timely fashion
- Identify 20 leadership gift prospects per year
- Education: Bachelor’s degree required
- Driver’s license required as driving is a necessity for visiting assigned parishes
- Proficient in MS Office Suite
- Experience with Raiser’s Edge a plus
- Fluency in Spanish a plus
Uncommon Leadership Charter High School is looking for high school teachers and an office manager
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Uncommon Leadership Charter High School was founded last year with 112 Freshmen from Brownsville and Ocean Hill in Brooklyn. As we expand with a second class in our second year, we are searching for great teachers to continue the mission of Uncommon Schools: getting all students to and through college. I’ve worked with many of you, and believe in this team of professionals as strongly as I have in any other organization I have worked with in the past. We need more great people to serve our students!
*Classroom experience preferred for this role, but we are also considering applicants with Journalism and/or Relationship Management backgrounds for this position.
For all teaching roles, valid state Teaching Certification is helpful but not required.
The Department of Education – Superintendent of Schools is looking for a Regional Superintendent for the Manhattan Region.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Regional Superintendent of Catholic Schools – Manhattan Region
The Catholic School system of the Archdiocese of New York is one of the largest and most diverse in the nation. Under the leadership of outstanding educators, our Catholic schools raise the academic expectations of students, educate for service and preach the Gospel message.
The Archdiocese of New York has established a Regional system of schools. We are seeking an individual to serve as a Regional Superintendent in the Manhattan Region. The Regional Superintendent will have direct oversight of 29 schools and be supported by a team which consists of support staff, instructional specialists, a regional finance manager, and a director of enrollment.
The Regional Superintendent is a transformational leader, committed to Catholic education and desiring to play a role in defining the new paradigm for Catholic schools. This is an exciting and unique leadership position which will provide the ideal candidate with the opportunity to be a part of architecturally designing the future of Catholic education. The governance and administrative structure in New York may ultimately serve as the model duplicated by many other dioceses.
The ideal candidate is a dynamic, high profile leader and practicing Catholic with extensive educational leadership experience. The candidate appointed will be a generative leader with impressive academic credentials, deep domain knowledge of Catholic school education and an innate ability to inspire confidence and drive transformational change.
The Regional Superintendent reports to the Superintendent of Catholic Schools and works collaboratively with the Regional Board of Trustees and pastors of parish based schools. Given the scale and scope of the schools within a region, the Regional Superintendent must possess constituent relationship skills and be able to lead through persuasion and servant leadership.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and a statement of philosophy of Catholic education.
Archdiocese of New York-Department of Education
Regional Superintendent Job Description
This position reports to the Superintendent of Schools and provides educational leadership to the Catholic Schools in their respective Region in collaboration with the Regional School Board of Trustees and pastors of parish-based schools. Specific responsibilities include:
- Catholic Identity
In collaboration with the Associate Superintendent for Mission Effectiveness, the Regional Superintendent helps to build and reinforce a strong and authentically Catholic faith community at their schools and in their Region. Working closely with pastors, principals and the Board, the Regional Superintendent will undertake the following:
- Encourages school administration to promote/practice regular routine of prayer that includes Mass, daily prayer, seasonal devotions (i.e. Rosary, Stations of the Cross), and reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
- Confirms principals and teachers are properly certified with either Level I and Level II Catechist Certification or have a Master’s Degree in religious studies from a Catholic institution, as per the prescriptions of the union contract.
- Counsels principals to establish goals for religion exam performance and use them to evaluate incremental assessment leading to final exam.
- Advises principals how to analyze religion exam results and address needs of teachers and students.
- Assists in the effective use of the Catholic Identity Assessment Tool and collaborate with the Associate Superintendent for Mission Effectiveness in monitoring its implementation.
- Ensures all schools provide an annual retreat program for their faculty.
In collaboration with the Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Staff Development, the Regional Superintendent creates a region-wide action plan that identifies academic goals, objectives and strategies, which are aligned with Archdiocesan goals from the strategic plan.
As the primary instructional leader for their Region of schools, the Regional Superintendent will monitor and assess the academic achievement of every school as well as the quality of its programs in conjunction with the Regional Board.
- Supervises and evaluates the effectiveness of the Instructional Specialists in attaining the academic goals of the Region.
- Monitors principal’s academic achievement goals, objectives, and long-range plans to ensure they are aligned with Regional goals.
- Holds follow-up meetings with principals of high-need schools to review action plans and strategies, conduct periodic visits to these schools, and report progress to the Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Staff Development.
- Formalizes the protocol for school “walkthroughs,” identifying key elements under evaluation, procedures for communicating / addressing areas of concern and documenting results.
- Makes unannounced visits to all principals, and conducts walkthroughs to ensure effective instruction.
- Reviews all September and December school-based “action plans” and progress reports generated by data day.
- Reviews the evaluation’s summary reports for all principals and consult with each regarding his or her SMART goals.
- Provides appropriate consultation and ongoing support for schools to maintain Archdiocesan recognized AdvancEd school accreditation status.
- Promotes schools in their region to become U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon Schools.
- Leadership and Recruitment
In collaboration with the Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Recruitment, the Regional Superintendent will:
- Assists with the recruiting and training of school principals.
- Collaborates with the design and essential elements of the New Principal Formation Program, including: the New Principal Summer Institute, monthly meetings, tri-annual visits, and two annual luncheon meetings.
- Assists in mentoring at-risk principals by participating in monthly meetings to review progress, offering resources to support these principals, and counseling them out of their roles when necessary. Promotes compliance with the requirement that all principals obtain NYS Certification in Administration.
- Evaluates principals in accord with the Archdiocesan policy to determine leadership effectiveness and provide support to schools transitioning to new leadership.
- Recommends the discipline or termination of employment of principals to the Superintendent and the Board for their consideration and action.
- Coordinates the in-service training for new teachers within the Region.
- Serves as Superintendent’s representative on the Regional Board and Executive Committee, as requested by the Superintendent. Attends Board and committee meetings at the request of the Board and/or Superintendent of Schools.
- Keeps the Superintendent and Board informed of the condition of the Region’s educational system. Relays all communications by the Board to principals on school-related matters and receives from school personnel any communications directed to the Board.
- Acts as the Superintendent’s representative with local public school officials.
- Coordinates and plans, in conjunction with the Office of the Superintendent, Regional professional development offerings and the allocation of government resources to maximize the effectiveness of such programs.
- Promotes current and future Pathways to Excellence initiatives as they relate to further enhancing the Catholic Identity of the schools in their Region.
- Works with the Regional Finance Manager, who is charged with the oversight of the Region’s business operations.
- Oversees the education staff in the Regional Office, including the Instructional Specialist, Director of Enrollment and Regional Superintendent Assistant. (Note: While the Instructional Specialist and Director of Enrollment report directly to the Regional Superintendent, the Instructional Specialist receives administrative direction from the Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Staff Development and the Director of Enrollment receives direction from the Director of Communications and Marketing.)
- Seeks to address complaints, comments and concerns regarding the educational operations of the Region that cannot be addressed by the principal. Serves as mediator in conflict resolution at the schools between individuals from the various school constituencies.
- Supports the Safe Environment Program through the collection and review of school rosters.
- Monitors the Regional Office budget in conjunction with the Parish Finance Office.
In collaboration with the Director of Communications and Marketing, the Regional Superintendent promotes the Archdiocesan student recruitment and marketing strategies to all schools in the respective Region.
- Assists schools with implementing Archdiocesan policies related to special events, awards or other recognition events, which can be leveraged to the media in conjunction with the Director of Communications and Marketing.
- Maintains regular communication with the Director of Communications and Marketing in advance of events, both positive and negative, that may require media coordination.
- Helps facilitate communication with schools on best practices with media and public relations in coordination with the Director of Communications and Marketing.
Supervises, directs and evaluates the effectiveness of the Director of Enrollment, in conjunction with the Director of Communications and Marketing, in promoting the Archdiocesan student recruitment and marketing strategies to all schools in the Region.
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