Part-Time Assistant to the Dean of Mission Integration
Job Overview: The Part-Time Assistant to the Dean of Mission Integration is responsible for providing administrative and practical support, supporting event planning and project coordination, and managing expenses in accordance with the budget.
Supervisor: The Part-Time Assistant to the Dean of Mission Integration is hired by and reports directly to the Dean of Mission Integration.
Requirements: Practicing Catholic, bachelor’s degree, with previous administrative experience. Previous ministry experience preferred. Hard-working, organized, tech savvy, and mission-focused individual.
Competencies: Attention to detail and organizational skills. Experience in project management and event planning. Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel, Google Suite, and Adobe. Ability to work independently on projects. Proven proficiency in effectively managing complex tasks and prioritizing. Excellent oral communication skills and written communication skills, with a clear, concise writing style. Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders. Ability to maintain highest standards of professional ethics and confidentiality. Position requires occasional nights and weekends.
1. Provides administrative and practical support for the activities of the Department.
2. Supports event planning and project coordination for the Department.
- Responsible for administrative tasks for all faith formation plans and programs for faculty, staff, administration, parents, past-parents, and alumnae, in line with the formation framework.
- Maintains supplies in the Chapel, coordinates liturgical presiders, and responsible for overall maintenance of the Chapel, including coordinating repairs and cleaning with Facilities.
- Serves as administrative support for the Local Visitation Salesian Network (VSN), the Visitation Heart and Mind Ministry (VHM), and the VHM Advisory Committee.
- Provides general administrative support to the Dean of Mission Integration.
- Coordinates logistics for Masses and liturgies such as All School Masses and liturgies, Community Masses, and Mother-Daughter Masses and Retreats.
- Coordinates logistics for pilgrimages to Visitation sites in St. Louis, Illinois, and France.
- Facilitates implementation of VSN evaluation process.
3. Manages expenses of the Department in accordance with the budget.
- Tracks spending of the Department and provides regular updates to the Director on budget spending.
- Coordinates with Business Office for payment of invoices, check requests, etc.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and references to email@example.com
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If interested, please email a cover letter, resume, references, and salary history by September 30, 2022, to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Candidates who apply must hold a bachelor's degree, have five years of previous soccer coaching experience in a competitive environment, and demonstrate a proven ability to work with students in a scholastic-athletic atmosphere.