Full Job Description
Director of Campus Ministry
Under the supervision of the President and in coordination with the Director of Spiritual Activities, the Director of Campus Ministry helps create an environment that encourages and guides all members of the Spellman community to contribute to the Catholic identity of the school and the formation of a faith community that responds to the diverse spiritual needs of the students, teachers, staff, and parents. The ideal candidate for this position would be an individual who is prayerful and a Catholic in good standing. He or she would be faithful to the teachings of the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and skilled in youth ministry.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Works with the President and Director of Spiritual Activities to establish high-level goals and strategic plans for the campus ministry department.
- Assists Chaplain in the planning of school-wide Masses.
- Assists in recruiting and training lectors and servers.
- Creates worship aids for school-wide Masses.
- Assists in planning days for school wide reception of the sacrament of reconciliation and weekly Eucharistic adoration.
- Assists with the sacramental preparation of students seeking baptism, confirmation, and first communion.
- Retreats and trips
- Plans and executes day retreats for all grade levels
- Plans Emmaus retreats (two-night overnight retreats for juniors and seniors)
- Creates and facilitates faith and service trips for students during summer or school breaks
- Facilitates trips to Archdiocesan events such as New York Catholic Youth Day
- Student Life
- Helps all clubs/activities to integrate the Catholic mission and spirituality of the school.
- Makes referrals to guidance for students who need counseling or social services.
- Provides mentoring for students who will serve in leadership roles in retreats and other activities sponsored by Campus ministry.
- Works with the Chaplain in fostering awareness of vocations to the priesthood and religious life.
- Offers students personal spiritual support, coaching, and guidance.
- Christian service
- Coordinates and supervises the year-long Christian Service program, which requires students at all grade levels to complete service hours in the wider community.
- Identifies and recognizes the students who have attained a Circle “S” Christian Service Award (for service hours above and beyond what is required).
- Ensures that Christian service activities are in accord with Catholic teaching.
- Helps locate and validate agencies at which students can perform service.
- Publicizes school-wide service projects as they become available.
- Professional development
- Organizes professional development opportunities for school faculty.
- Organizes a yearly retreat opportunity for faculty.
- Pro-Life Activities
- Assists the Moderator of the Pro-Life Club in planning and organizing the annual March for Life student pilgrimage to Washington DC.
- Provide opportunities for the whole school community to participate in pro-life activities.
- Campus Ministry Office/Lounge
- Organizes use and supervision of the Campus Ministry Lounge (room 216).
- Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Theology, Philosophy, or Religious Studies. Master’s degree preferred
- Familiarity with Google Suite (Gmail, docs, sheets, etc)
- Understanding of the high school education culture and being able to interact professionally with students, faculty, and parents.
- Ability to maintain professionalism in challenging situations.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $50,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Monday to Friday
- Weekend availability
- Bachelor’s (Preferred)
Work Location: One location
Outgoing, bilingual Mother Cabrini-loving individual needed to reach out to schools, churches, youth groups, and regional organizations to encourage pilgrimages to the Shrine. The Coordinator will also assist in developing engaging retreat programs and teaching pilgrims about Mother Cabrini’s life and spirituality.
We are looking for someone with strong public speaking skills who is creative, flexible, and has a spirit of hospitality and warmth. Experience in planning retreat programs, marketing, social media, working with youth, or event planning is helpful. Some weekend hours will be required.
10-20 hours per week. Eligible for paid vacation if working more than 16 hours per week. College students welcome to apply (possibility of working full time during summer months)
Adjacent to 190th Street A-train station.
The Archdiocese of New York
Department of Education – Finance Office
Senior Accountant – Department of Education
This position assists the Associate Director of DOE Finance, the Child Nutrition Program (CNP) Program Director and the Controller of the DOE in the management, planning, and coordination of the financial operations of the Archdiocese of New York Department of Education (“DOE”).
- Work closely with the Associate Director of DOE Finance and the Controller to ensure timely monthly closing of the books at month end, by utilizing the current methods for processing financial activity in the Lawson Financial System (used for general ledger and financial reporting), as well as other financial applications.
- Assist in creating and tracking information for the FEMA Grant
- Complete O’Connor and CNP bank account reconciliations with supporting schedules and analysis.
- Complete all CNP deposit entries.
- Clear CNP payroll and AP checks in Lawson
- Prepare and record cash journal entries as needed.
- Maintain tracking of Mandated Services payments. Sort, scan, create vouchers as needed to distribute funds
- Create vouchers as needed for all DOE entities and circulate for proper authorization.
- Prepare and post journal entries related to all Cardinal O’Connor activities
- Compare SMART student roster with database to identify students enrolled/withdrawn during month.
- Prepare and upload various monthly allocation entries, including payroll, revenue and overhead for all DOE entities.
- Account for CNP accrued expenses, receivables, deferred revenue, donated commodities and other accounts to ensure accurate monthly financial reporting
- This position will also be responsible for coordinating all payments of bills for CHSA including those of Coleman High School, until it is sold.
- Provide assistance in the designing and implementation of policies and procedures.
- Verify and reconcile the monthly bank remittances made by the government entities reimbursing CNP and incorporate into relevant schedules accounts;
- Obtains revenue by verifying transaction information against charges and reconciling the data and reports provided by CNP’s outside accounting firm;
Required Education, Experience and Skills
- BS in Accounting, a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in a not-for-profit institution. CPA a plus.
- Exhibit strong accounting skills and solid communications skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, experience with Lawson Financial System a plus.
- Ability to multi-task, be detail & deadline oriented and highly organized.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: Matthew.Brellis@archny.org