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FULL-TIME

The Diocese of Rockville Centre is seeking an Administrative Assistant. This full-time position is 35 Hours per Week: Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 4:30PM. The Administrative Assistant, under the direction of the Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry in the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, Diocese of Rockville Centre, assists the Hispanic Community on Long Island and those who serve it. The position provides a variety of administrative and support services to facilitate the implementation of programs that support the evangelizing mission of the Office.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manages all incoming phone calls and ministry e-mails, including retrieving and relaying messages
  • Assists with all communications – e-mails, flyers, copies, mailings
  • Prepares or assists in preparation of reports as assigned
  • Researches materials in support of multiple projects
  • Maintains financial records in accordance with established procedures
  • Manages/creates database files, maintains filing system both electronic and physical
  • Maintains master calendar
  • Assists the Coordinator in organizing and implementing events, meetings, special presentations, conferences, workshops, trainings, and other activities including, but not limited to, Annual Men’s Congress, Annual Women’s Congress, Annual Family Congress.
  • Organizes trainings/workshops in Spanish for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Lectors and Ushers.
  • Establishes and maintains effective communication with pastors, pastoral agents, apostolic groups, and movements.
  • Works collaboratively with Diocesan staff in matters related to Hispanic Ministry.
  • Aids and assists in executing programs and initiatives identified in the Strategic Plan for Hispanic Ministry

Experience, Credentials and Requirements:

  • A practicing Roman Catholic with a commitment to the mission of the Church
  • High School diploma or equivalent certification
  • 5+ years working in an administrative role
  • Fluency in speaking, reading, and writing English and Spanish
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, Access)
  • Always demonstrates confidentiality and professionalism.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, Detail oriented, able to multi-task with minimal supervision, and strong interpersonal and effective communication skills.

Please email your cover letter and resume in word format as an email attachment. Please note Administrative Assistant in subject of e-mail to our Human Resources Department: Diocese of Rockville Centre, P O Box 9023, Rockville Centre, NY 11570

Email: employment@drvc.org

The Department of Education for the Diocese of Rockville Centre is seeking qualified candidates for anticipated openings for the position of Elementary School Principal in the 2021-2022 School Year.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. A practicing Roman Catholic with a commitment to the development of a Christian spirit and a community of faith within a school.
  2. Master’s Degree or higher.
  3. New York State certification as a School District Leader or School Building Leader.
  4. Basic Religious Studies Certification or equivalent.
  5. The ability to articulate a philosophy of Catholic education as contained in papal teaching, the documents of Vatican II, and more recent official Church documents.
  6. A recommended minimum of ten years of teaching experience in a Catholic school, with good professional evaluations. Such experience should be sufficiently broad to provide an understanding of the N-8 structure and the potential to function as educational leader in an elementary school.
  7. A recommended minimum of two years administrative experience.
  8. The successful candidate will work closely with parents to build a strong faith community based on mutual respect and a focus on dramatic missionary growth.
  9. Leadership ability evidenced by performance in past or present educational assignments. Leadership, for a principal, means that the candidate demonstrates communication and public relations skills and has the capacity, enthusiasm, intelligence, and patience to inspire teachers and children. The candidate must also be able to bring this same inspiration to the clergy, parents, and community which the school serves.
  10. Committed to working collaboratively with school boards in creating school policies.

Qualified candidates should send a Letter of Interest and Resume:

Mr. Biagio M. Arpino
Assistant Superintendent for Personnel

DRVC, Department of Education
128 Cherry Lane
Hicksville, NY 11801

Or Email to: jobs@drvcschools.org

The Department of Education for the Diocese of Rockville Centre is seeking

qualified candidates for Elementary Teacher position openings.

We are specifically seeking:

Full Time Spanish Teacher – Our Lady Queen of Apostles, Center Moriches

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. A Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
  2. A practicing Roman Catholic with a commitment to the mission of Catholic education.
  3. Valid New York State Teacher Certification or on track to Certification.
  4. Student teaching experience or its equivalent.

Qualified candidates should send a Letter of Interest and Resume:

Mr. Biagio Arpino
Assistant Superintendent

Department of Education
Diocese of Rockville Centre 128 Cherry Lane
Hicksville, NY 11801

Or

Email: Jobs@drvcschools.org.

The Department of Education, Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York (the “Department”) seeks a faithful and dynamic leader with a passion for Catholic education and evangelization to inaugurate the Office of Catholic Identity and Mission. The Director of Catholic Identity and Mission will work with the leadership of the Department to lead the 35 parish and regional elementary schools and two diocesan high schools into a new era for Catholic education. The Director of Catholic Identity and Mission will design and implement initiatives to cultivate a robustly Catholic culture in all schools centered on the spiritual, intellectual, sacramental, and liturgical life of the Catholic Church.

The Department seeks to identify an evangelizing Catholic leader with a passion for Catholic education and the teachings of the Church. The Director of Catholic Identity and Mission must also be able to work collaboratively with the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis. Because the Director of Catholic Identity and Mission will work closely with the Bishop of the Diocese, pastors, principals, and teachers, experience in Catholic school teaching or leadership is desirable.

Responsibilities

The Director of Catholic Identity and Mission will lead the implementation of the 1st Pillar of the Morning Star Initiative in each Catholic school of the Diocese of Rockville Centre. The Director will work with principals, teachers, pastors and parents to ensure that each school’s Catholic identity is authentic. Through serious formation of the whole person, in complete fidelity to the fullness of the truths taught by the Catholic Faith, our elementary and diocesan high schools seek to produce practicing Catholic young men and women capable of evangelizing, living, and bearing witness to their faith on college campuses and in the public square. Authentic Catholic identity will foster fidelity to prayer, the Sacraments (especially faithful participation in the Sunday Mass) and the teachings of the Church. This is a formation in Christ that will in turn, engage and shape the culture.

The Director of Catholic Identity and Mission will:

  1. Design and implement an ongoing program of Catholic formation to communicate core premises and teachings of the Catholic faith so that all Catholic school administrators and teaching faculty (certified or pending certification; Catholic or non-Catholic) can teach students by centering all aspects of school life in the person of Jesus Christ and the mission of Mercy of the Church Christ founded. The Director of Catholic Identity and Mission will have a charism and developed talent for communicating in a compelling way the fullness of the teachings of the Catholic Church in a way that inspires, motivates and leads all constituencies.
  2. Champion the formation of young Catholics to love and live the inspired Word of God in a deep and vibrant prayer life that sets the foundation for future Catholic saints in all walks of life.
  3. Revise the Basic and Advanced catechetical certification programs for both content and delivery. Set a goal of 100% certification of administrators and teachers for all schools.
  4. Work with the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis to revise and implement K-12 standards and curriculum for religious education in diocesan primary and secondary schools. Work with principals and teachers on implementation of revised curriculum. Champion young Catholics to be vibrant witnesses to their faith through study and service.
  5. Develop a set of standards to assess the Catholic identity and culture of each school. Implement an assessment program to assist each school in developing and deepening its program of Catholic intellectual, spiritual, and liturgical formation grounded in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Assist principals and teachers to design school-specific goals and activities to create a robustly Catholic culture in each school.
  6. In coordination with pastors and the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, develop strategies and best practices to significantly increase the participation of Catholic school families at weekly Mass. Assist pastors and principals in creating a vibrant Eucharistic evangelization, catechesis, and culture in each school. Establish as a priority to move from approximately 10-30% of Catholic school families being faithful to the Sunday Mass to 30-50% in three years.
  7. Coordinate with the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis and pastors to develop a unified program of preparation for and reception of the sacraments of Reconciliation, First Communion and Confirmation.
  8. Assist each school in designing and implementing a program of Missionary Discipleship to provide age-appropriate experiences for each student to grow in what it means to be a Catholic in and for the world, integrating faith, global awareness, and authentic living of the Gospel of Human Life and Catholic Social Teaching.
  9. Champion age-appropriate Catholic Apologetics designed to develop in our students the ability to articulate their Catholic faith and to prepare them to be courageous public square Catholics.
  10. Develop strategies to inspire and evangelize the alumni of our schools so that their Catholic faith can be enriched and so that they can participate vibrantly in Alumni Advancement opportunities.

Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education, Theology, or a related field
  2. Classroom experience teaching in Catholic elementary schools (at least 3-5 years)
  3. Strong Catholic faith and practice; ability to articulate this in a range of contexts
  4. A charism and developed talent for communicating in a compelling way teachings Catholic Church in a way that inspires, motivates, and leads all constituencies.
  5. Understanding of the role of Catholic education in the mission of the Church
  6. Willingness to challenge the status quo and embrace change to create a vibrant Catholic culture in every school
  7. Background and interest in religious education and faith formation of students. A strong background in pastoral theology and apologetics is desirable.
  8. Experience in the design and implementation of a rigorous curriculum of Catholic religious education.
  9. Interest in promoting workshops, retreats, prayer experiences, and service projects.
  10. Familiarity with the culture and traditions of the Catholic Church.
  11. Able to articulate and communicate the content of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Qualified candidates should send a Letter of Interest and Resume:

Dr. Denise Smith
Interim Superintendent of Schools
Department of Education – Diocese of Rockville Centre

128 Cherry Lane
Hicksville, NY 11801

Or

Email: Jobs@drvcschools.org

The Diocese of Rockville Centre’s Department of Education seeks a dynamic educator to lead strategic enrollment engagement, retention and management and programming at the Diocese’s 35 elementary schools. The Enrollment Engagement Coordinator champions best practice, cutting-edge enrollment strategies across the DRVC schools. Enrollment improvement strategies should be connected to the four pillars of the Morningstar Initiative and grounded in a commitment to Catholic identity and mission and the pursuit of academic excellence.

The Department of Education has established the role of Enrollment Engagement Coordinator to lead broad enrollment improvement strategies and to strengthen the relationship between Catholic schools on Long Island and the increasingly diverse communities that our schools serve. While a majority of engagement and recruitment efforts will focus on strengthening engagement with the Hispanic community, this individual will also be responsible for engaging other immigrant and English as a Second Language (ESL) communities.

Responsibilities

  1. Lead strategic enrollment engagement, retention and management for the entire Catholic school system in the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
  2. Establish benchmarks for enrollment with the Morningstar team and be accountable for executing on those benchmarks.
  3. Support school principals to recruit, welcome, and retain students from the Hispanic community and other language or ethnic communities on Long Island.
  4. Provide strategic leadership in the areas of diversity and strengthen the Department of Education’s relationship with diverse Catholic communities across Long Island.
  5. Market specifically to parishes within the diocese with a larger Hispanic population to educate them as to the benefits of a Catholic education by attending and speaking at parish Spanish masses. Alternative: Market to parishes within the diocese with a larger Hispanic and/or other ethnic population to educate them as to the benefits of a Catholic education by recruiting alumni, students and/or family members from the community and preparing them to offer “witness” talks at parish Masses and/or events.
  6. Act as a liaison between the schools and the local Hispanic communities in an effort to serve these communities better and to support schools’ outreach and admissions, marketing, and recruitment programs. This liaison work will include the formation of local volunteers from the community to build recognition of, and appreciation for, the local school. (A good model of this strategy is found in the “Abuelita Circles” in the Archdiocese of Chicago.) Outreach to parents who do not have a good grasp of English will be a particularly important aspect of this liaison work.
  7. Work with marketing staff to publicize community-related events, educational opportunities, workshops, etc. for students, faculty, families, and local communities.
  8. Actively research best practices that address common classroom challenges in teaching about cultural competence and train teachers how to incorporate these into their classrooms.
  9. Assist with application processes, organizing and providing accompaniment to parents in applying for admission and for financial assistance from the Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation and any other scholarship offerings.
  10. Track enrollment of Latino students and support Catholic school leaders in understanding enrollment trends.
  11. Advise the Superintendent of Schools, other DOE staff, and Catholic school principals on how best to engage with and support Catholic school families from diverse background.
  12. Coordinate efforts with the Diocesan Office of Hispanic Ministry and Evangelization.

Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Communications, or Marketing preferred, other applicable degrees considered.
  2. Track record of proven expertise and effectiveness in strategic enrollment engagement, retention and management.
  3. 3+ years working with diverse communities in a community service or education role.
  4. Conversational and written fluency in Spanish and English; Native Spanish speaker preferred.
  5. High-energy, results-oriented, and an execution-oriented approach to recruitment and retention.
  6. Strong understanding of and support for the mission of Catholic Education and the culture of the Catholic Diocese with a preference for candidates with experience in Catholic schools.
  7. Highly articulate and persuasive on the value proposition of Catholic education on Long Island.
  8. Commitment to Catholic evangelization and commitment to Catholic Identity and Mission and the pursuit of academic excellence.
  9. Embodiment of the spirit of servant leadership.
  10. Familiarity with the communities of Long Island and their unique challenges.
  11. Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Qualified candidates should send a Letter of Interest and Resume:

Dr. Denise Smith
Interim Superintendent of Schools
Department of Education – Diocese of Rockville Centre

128 Cherry Lane
Hicksville, NY 11801

Or

Email: Jobs@drvcschools.org

Full Time Maintenance Worker 

Job Overview 

St. William the Abbot Parish located in Seaford is seeking a full-time Maintenance Worker, Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5pm.  Under the supervision of the Facilities Director, the Maintenance Worker is responsible for various aspects of maintenance and operations of the parish.       

Duties and Responsibilities 

*Assist in the upkeep of parish facilities. 

*Must work under the supervision of the Facilities Director and follow parish procedures. 

*Ensure restrooms are well maintained and supplies are stocked. 

*Ensure security procedures are implemented properly and followed. 

*Inspection of parish property—removal of trash and waste. 

*Perform light carpentry and painting. 

*Perform light electrical and plumbing repairs. 

*Assist with the removal of snow and ice. 

*Set-ups and breakdowns for various functions. 

*Handle parish emergencies as they arise and respond to staff members promptly. 

*Other projects within the scope of this position at the Pastor’s discretion.  

Requirements 

*Working knowledge and skill in maintenance tasks. 

*Attention to details and ability to accurately follow instructions. 

*Ability to communicate in writing and speech effectively. 

*Interact with parish staff, parishioners and volunteers in a friendly and professional manner. 

*Must be able of lifting 50+ pounds, and climb ladders. 

Please email your resume and cover letter to our Facilities Director:  mlorio@stwilliam.org 

The Department of Finance, Diocese of Rockville Centre is seeking a Senior Accountant.  This full-time position is 35 Hours per Week: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  This position will report directly to the Assistant Controller.

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Prepare monthly bank reconciliation for Demand Deposit Accounts and Money Market Fund Accounts
  • Import and assist with journal entries relating to monthly closing
  • Assist with budget preparations and variance analysis
  • Maintain detailed schedules for certain balance sheet account reconciliations
  • Prepare documentation for audits and assist with request
  • Ensure compliance with GAAP principles

Key Competencies

  • Well-organized and ability to prioritize tasks
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Good interpersonal and effective communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Team oriented
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines 

Minimum Job Requirements

  • 2+ years general accounting experience with strong knowledge of a monthly close process
  • Bachelors degree in Accounting
  • Familiarity with GAAP, general accounting, financial statement preparation and internal control  procedures
  • Excel proficiency is a must
  • Relevant certification (e.g. CPA) is preferred
  • Knowledge of relevant accounting software; experience with MIP Fund Accounting/Abila software is a plus
  • Not-for-profit industry experience also is a plus

Please email your cover letter and resume in word format as an email attachment. Please note Staff Accountant  in subject of e-mail to our Human Resources Department: Diocese of Rockville Centre, P O Box 9023, Rockville Centre, NY 11570  – Email: employment@drvc.org – Fax: 516-678-9566.

PART-TIME

Saint Anne Roman Catholic Church in Brentwood is seeking a part time bilingual Spanish-English Administrative Assistant in the Office of Faith Formation. This position is Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 1:00PM to 9:00PM and Saturdays and/or Sundays when Sacraments are celebrated. This position reports to the Director of Faith Formation. The Faith Formation Department serves over 650 children, youth, and adults for their Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation).

Responsibilities:
• Maintain records for Family Faith Formation.
• Serve as a resource for the parish catechetical staff.
• Prepare Spanish-English Translations
• Maintain computer PDS database of family registration, children and catechists.
• Maintain office records
• Process payments for program fees
• Prepare materials for Faith Formation events such as mailings and electronic mail communication
• Meet with the Director of Faith Formation regularly to establish timetables for ongoing projects.
• All other duties deemed necessary by the Director of Faith Formation.

Qualifications:
• Practicing Catholic fully adherent to the Church’s teachings in faith and morals
• Active participation in a Catholic parish
• Capable of self-management and multitasking
• Microsoft Office and computer proficient, (Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher)

Please send your resume to pastoralassociate@stannebrentwood.org

The Department of Education for the Diocese of Rockville Centre is seeking qualified candidates
for Elementary Teacher position openings. We are specifically seeking:

Part-Time Spanish Teacher – Sts. Philip and James School, St. James

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. A Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
2. A practicing Roman Catholic with a commitment to the mission of Catholic
education.
3. Valid New York State Teacher Certification or on track to Certification.
4. Student teaching experience or its equivalent.

Qualified candidates should send a Letter of Interest and Resume:
Mr. Biagio Arpino
Assistant Superintendent
Department of Education – Diocese of Rockville Centre
128 Cherry Lane
Hicksville, NY 11801
Or
Email: Jobs@drvcschools.org.

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