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☏ (775) 329 – 9274

📍290 S. Arlington Ave., Reno, NV 89501

Employment and Volunteering Opportunities

Employment

PRINCIPAL
ST. ALBERT THE GREAT CATHOLIC SCHOOL
RENO, NV


THE SCHOOL:
St Albert the Great Catholic School, a Diocesan, co-educational, Kindergarten through 8th grade School, located in Reno, NV has an opening for a Principal beginning the 2024-2025 academic year. St. Albert the Great is one of four elementary schools of the Diocese of Reno and has a proud history of serving families since 1948. St Albert the Great offers a comprehensive Catholic elementary school experience for over 290 students, with academic programs that challenge the intellect and maximize the potential of each student to acquire knowledge, concepts, and skills necessary to become thinking, productive, responsible citizens. Saint Albert the Great is fully accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA).

 

THE MISSION:
We, the community of St. Albert the Great Catholic School, in keeping with the teachings of Christ, are dedicated to integrating the Gospel values, promoting academic excellence, and preparing students to be responsible individuals with a daily commitment to living the Gospel in a diverse society.

 

THE OPPORTUNITY
In partnership with the Pastor and Parish Administrator, the Principal will foster an environment focused on our Catholic Identity, that brings to life our school community through academics,
athletics, arts, community service, and student leadership opportunities.


Through collaboration, the Principal will work with faculty members to establish a professional learning environment focused on teacher growth ensuring a high-quality Catholic education for all students. The Principal will promote a healthy campus community of engaged students, faculty members, and parents.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Interprets and implements the spiritual direction of the school in a manner consistent with a Roman Catholic education.
2. Ensures the development of the faith community through the integration of faith with the learning process, the religion program, campus ministry activities, student retreats, faculty/staff retreats, and service programs.

 

Academic Affairs/Instructional Leadership:
1. Is responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures in connection with all facets of the school program.
2. Assumes overall responsibility and accountability for the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of the curriculum.

3. Confers regularly with the Pastor, School Board, and the school community to maintain communication and unified policies and procedures for the operation of the school.
4. Ensures integration of technology into the instructional program.
5. Coordinates the overall Western Catholic Education Association accreditation process in conjunction with designated personnel, serving as administrative liaison with the school site
coordinator during the self-study phase and facilitating the development of long-range planning based upon visiting team recommendations, primarily in the areas of curriculum and instruction.

 

Student Affairs:
1. Is present and visible to the students in order to provide them guidance and support.
2. Ensures the design and implementation of co-curricular activities, counseling, and guidance services.
3. Ensures the proper care, safety, and supervision of students while under school custody.
4. Ensures that accurate records, attendance, and transcripts are maintained.

 

Staff & Faculty
Individual Members: The Principal:
1. Evaluate the staff and prepare documentation for approval of the Pastor.
2. Coordinates interviewing prospective employees and makes appropriate recommendations to the Pastor.
3. Oversees the instructional supervision and/or evaluation of teachers.
4. Assigns class loads, and committee work to teachers and staff
5. Provides appropriate professional development programs, identifies staff training needs, and
recommends programs and activities.
6. Maintains, in cooperation with the Human Resources Coordinator, appropriate records of all
personnel and ensures compliance with required employment policies of the state, Diocese, and
school.

 

Departments: The Principal:
1. Is responsible for regular faculty meetings.
2. Works with the department directors under the Principal’s jurisdiction on their needs, evaluations of personnel, and recommendations for hiring and dismissal.


Other Responsibilities:
1. Establishes programs to inform parents and other interested parties about school programs and students’ progress.
2. Works with the Pastoral Administrator, Finance Manager, and School Board to develop the school budget.
3. Prepares and gives appropriate reports to the School Board.
4. Acts as liaison with various educational and professional organizations.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing.
2. Possess a Master’s Degree and credential at the appropriate level and possess or be eligible for a Nevada Administrative License.

3. Have completed a minimum of five years of successful teaching experience, preferably in a Catholic school, at the appropriate level.
4. Exhibit ability in the skills of communication, decision-making, human relations, organization,
and budgeting.
5. Must possess initiative, creativity, and problem-solving skills; judgment in handling different personalities and emerging situations; ability to observe and actively listen in assessing personnel and program needs; proficiency in good communication skills with both children and adults; positive attitude in crisis situations; ability to work cooperatively with others as well as the ability to delegate.
6. Must have knowledge and understanding of good teaching techniques and child psychology.

 

Employment Application for the Position of Principal

Application Requirements:
1. Current resume
2. A compelling letter of interest
3. One-page philosophy of education statement
4. Three references, at least one of which must be directly involved in your current organization

 


Application materials may be emailed to

For more information and/or to request an application packet, to Fr. Honesto Agustin at hagustin@stalbertreno.org

 


Deadline for applications:
May 10, 2024


Notice of Non-Discrimination
It is the policy of Saint Albert the Great Catholic School to comply with applicable state and federal laws prohibiting the discrimination of employment based on race, age, color, national origin, disability, or other protected classification.

POSITION OPENING – COORDINATOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY


Our Lady of the Snows Parish has an opening for a Coordinator of Youth Ministry. Under the
direction of the Pastor, the Coordinator of Youth Ministry oversees all administrative and
operational functions to build on and promote the youth ministry program currently in place in the parish.
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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES
– Develop and build a vibrant Youth Ministry
– Form a team from parishioners to minister to and with young people.
– Interpret the needs of young people for the broader community and identifies strategies
for making our parish “youth friendly”
– Coordinates activities, resources and support that helps families to promote healthy
growth and faith development
– Cooperates with other parish directors, parish school staff, Bishop Manogue Catholic
High School Campus Ministry, diocese directors, other churches & schools, and civic
community to promote effective programs/services for youth and positive values in
youth (i.e. Confirmation program, service ministry for junior high and high school teens)
– Must be able to pass Diocese background check and maintain certification in Protecting
God’s Children program


QUALITIES
– Strong work ethic
– High-energy individual committed to working with the theological perspective of Vatican
II and supporting the Church of the 21st century.
– Communication skills

 

QUALIFICATIONS
– Practicing faith-filled Catholic committed to the Church and its mission
– Bachelor’s degree or significant related experience in religious education and youth
ministry
– Proficient in the use of a variety of computer and office equipment, modern technology,
and social media.
– Minimum of two years’ experience working with youth
– Effective oral and written communication skills

 

SALARY, COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
– This is a salaried, full-time position.
– 35-40 hours per week (Often times weekends hours are needed in the normal work
schedule).
– Individual or family health and dental benefits are available
– 403b retirement plan is available
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If you or someone you know is qualified and interested in applying, applications are available in
the parish office or on our website www.olsparish.com. Please submit your application, to Shauna
Meyers, Parish Business Administrator, 1138 Wright St, Reno, NV 89509, or by email to shauna@olsparish.com.

 

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM HERE:

 

PARISH: Saint Albert the Great Parish
POSITION: Director of Catholic Religious Education
FSLA CATEGORY: Full-time Exempt
SUPERVISOR: Pastor of the parish
BENEFITS: Health Insurance, Lay Pension, 403B – Tax Sheltered Annuity and others


Job Summary: At Saint Albert the Great Church, the Director of Catholic Religious Education
administrates (designs, develops, directs, and evaluates) a family-based catechetical program and provides
leadership to assist the parish and school community in building a solid foundation for family spirituality,
Christian living, ministry, outreach and sacramental preparation (First Reconciliation/First Eucharist,
Confirmation and the Children’s Catechumenate). In addition, it governs our high school Youth Ministry
program, with the eventual goal of adding a middle school Youth program.
Essential Functions:
• Designs family-based catechetical formation and sacramental preparation programs, which
support lifelong learning and growing in the practice of the faith.
• Maintains family-based catechetical formation and sacramental programs, which meet the needs
of various segments of the parish including the Catholic students at our parish school under the
guidance of the pastor and/or parochial vicar.
• Responsible for the recruitment, training, supervision, and evaluation of catechetical/sacramental
formation and youth ministry volunteers.
• Integrates insights from current catechetical literature into program planning.
• Develop goals, objectives, and strategies for the family-based catechetical formation and
sacramental preparation program(s) and high school (and eventually middle school) Youth
Ministry program(s).
• Schedules and adjusts all programs’ components (space, time, materials, etc.) as needed.
• Submits weekly schedules of catechetical formation, sacramental preparation, and youth ministry
activities for inclusion in the Master Calendar.
• Maintains relationships with the pastor, parochial vicar, other parish staff members, school staff,
directors of parish ministries, and the Diocesan Office of Religious Education
• Communicates with participants, parents, parish, and school-at-large to keep them informed of
family catechetical formation, sacramental preparation, and youth ministry efforts.
• Works within the budget allocated for the operation of the various programs.

• Responsible for coordination of special liturgical/sacramental celebrations for both the parish and
the school including First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation as well as participating
with the RCIA program with the inclusion of the families in the Children’s Catechumenate.
• Conducts program evaluation at all levels, collates evaluation information, and advises the pastor
regarding appropriate groups.
• Responsible for all other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: College Degree or equivalent.
Experience: At Saint Albert the Great Church the Director of Catholic Religious Education is
encouraged to have one or more of the following:
• BA/BS in Theology/Religious Education or a related field
• BA/BS in Catechetics and Scripture.
• BA/BS in an unrelated field or no college degree with twenty-four (24) semester credits in
Theology and Catechetics and six (6) credits or 60 hours of in-service in the following areas:
administration, educational methods, supervision, catechetics.
• The Director of Catholic Religious Education is expected to have a minimum of three years of
teaching experience in a Catholic school or equivalent, experience in faith-based, relational
ministry with teens, and one year of administrative experience (paid or volunteer).
Skills/Knowledge: The Religious Education/Youth Ministry Director is expected to have capabilities in:
• Theology
• Program Coordination
• Coordination of Catechist Development
• Communication and Relationship
• Administration
• Pastoral Ministry and Teen Faith-Based
• Bilingual is preferred

Working Environment:
This position entails evenings or weekends and a flexible work schedule year-round.

 

For more information visit our website: stalbertreno.org or send your resume and letter of interest to Diane Lacebal at dlacebal@stalbertreno.org.

More Info Here:

Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation

FSLA Category: Full Time – Exempt
Direct Report: Pastor


Primary Responsibility: The mission of the Catholic Church is to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ,
in other words, to Evangelize. The Parish acts as the focal point for the majority of this mission in which
the people of the parish, enlightened by the Gospel, desire to spread the Good News. Engagement and
Formation of Adult Catholics remains essential to this. As well, fully formed and engaged adults will help
form and engage our youth and young adults. The Mission of the Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation
will be to develop and grow opportunities for our adults and families to help them grow deeper in their
belief in Jesus Christ and to want to engage in the overreaching mission of the Church.


To facilitate these activities and to engage as many parishioners in the mission of the church, the
Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation will manage the activities, volunteers, and programs of the Parish
and work with other staff to provide opportunities to share in ministry. The Coordinator is not to “do all”
these activities rather to work to build a team of engaged parishioners.


Duties and Responsibilities:
◘ Coordinate the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), which includes the recruitment and
formation of team members.
◘ Develop and plan programs and events that include, but not limited to:
o Small Adult Faith groups
o Bible Study groups
o Educational/Informative talks for parish.
o Seasonal Missions
o Men’s and Women’s Retreats and parish retreats
o Parish wide faith events
◘ Advent wreath making
◘Teaching Mass
o Taking groups to conferences and retreats.
◘ Coordinate with Pastor and Liturgy Committee on all liturgical events stemming from Adult
Faith Formation programs.
◘ Serve as liaison between the Parish and the Diocesan Office of Adult Faith Formation
◘ Coordinate the recruitment and formation of team members for the Young Adult Ministry.
Essential Qualifications:
◘ Catechist Certification required; advanced degree in Theology or Pastoral Ministry preferred.

◘ Practicing faith-filled Catholic committed to the post Vatican II Church and its mission.
◘ Has in-depth grasp of Church teaching
◘ Ability to work easily with computers, especially with Microsoft applications and Adobe
software.
◘ Must be able to work independently with varying work hours based on the needs of the job.
◘ Must be able to pass Diocesan fingerprint check and maintain certification in Protecting God’s
Children program.


Other Qualifications:
◘ Variety of ministerial experience: 2 years’ pastoral ministry preferred or 3 to 5 years’ experience
leading Faith Formation programs & activities.
◘ Demonstrates listening, communication, leadership and presentation skills.
◘ Ability to use social media platforms.
◘ Ability to work independently
◘ Desire to work as a team with existing staff and to bring outside help in to assist.
◘ Bilingual is preferred.


Job Schedule:
This job is a full-time exempt position. A flexible schedule is necessary all year round in order to
effectively manage all job responsibilities. Night and weekend work is required.


Applications and copies of job description are available in the parish office or by inquiring at
shauna@olsparish.com. Interested persons should submit an application with resume and references to
Shauna Meyers at shauna@olsparish.com February 16, 2024.

Located near the shores of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, Saint Clare’s is a Catholic Montessori school seeking a full-time Adolescent Program Humanities Teacher for the 2023/2024 school year.  At Saint Clare’s we combine a vibrant Catholic community, an authentic Montessori curriculum and a passion for outdoor exploration and adventure.  Anchored in Saint Clare’s love of the eucharist with weekly school-wide mass and adoration, our mission is to help students know the truth, love the good, and grow into the fullness of their created potential.

We are looking for a candidate with a devout Catholic faith, a joyful heart, attention to detail and strong communication skills to join our faculty.  Candidates will have the opportunity to help shape the school’s newly minted Adolescent Program (7th & 8th grade) class (now in its second year of operation).  The position includes working alongside other talented educators while contributing to the team by teaching 7th and 8th grade humanities classes including language arts, history, ethics, and literature seminars as well as assisting the class with a variety of weekly projects including greenhouse gardening, cooking, woodworking and more!  Essential to a Montessori Adolescent Program is the ability to challenge students with engaging multi-disciplinary project-based learning.

 

The candidate must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.  Professional development opportunities are available for applicants who are a great fit for our school community but lack training/experience.  Pay is competitive and based on experience and education.  Medical/Dental/Vision benefits are offered to all full-time employees.


Position Start Date: August 1, 2023.  For more information, visit our website: www.saintclarestahoe.com.  Interested candidates, please send a CV and cover letter to our hiring team at:  info@saintclarestahoe.com

Located near the shores of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, Saint Clare’s is a Catholic Montessori school seeking a full-time Elementary Assistant for the 2023/2024 school year.  At Saint Clare’s we combine a vibrant Catholic community, an authentic Montessori curriculum and a passion for outdoor exploration and adventure.  Anchored in Saint Clare’s love of the eucharist with weekly school-wide mass and adoration, our mission is to help students know the truth, love the good, and grow into the fullness of their created potential.

We are looking for a candidate with a devout Catholic faith, a joyful heart, attention to detail and strong communication skills to join our faculty.  Candidates will have the opportunity to work alongside our talented lead guide, in a light-filled mixed-age classroom.  Daily responsibilities include helping students with follow-up work, answering questions and guiding students in choosing appropriately challenging work, assisting with record keeping, parent communication and weekly outdoor adventures.

 

The candidate must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.  Professional development opportunities are available for applicants who are a great fit for our school community but lack training/experience.  Pay is competitive and based on experience and education. Medical/Dental/Vision benefits are offered to all full-time employees.


Position Start Date: August 1, 2023.  For more information, visit our website: www.saintclarestahoe.com. Interested candidates, please send a CV and cover letter to our hiring team at:  info@saintclarestahoe.com

Applications can be picked up in the office Monday through Thursday 9am-4pm

Position hours must be flexible as determined by pastoral needs.  Bi-lingual preferred.

Primary Function providing secretarial and clerical support for the parish office operations. Reporting directly to Pastor/Parish Administrator

The Cemetery Groundsman maintains cemetery grounds and prepares graves, grave areas including and not limited to

 

  • grave excavation
  • burial functions (opening/closing for interments, entombments, inurnments, disinterment)
  • lawn sodding
  • seeding
  • fertilizing
  • monument and marker setting
  • manual and mechanical earth moving
  • lawn care equipment operation
  • cemetery cleanup

 

Please email to MaryS@catholicreno.org.

  • Full Time Social Studies Teacher – Preferably AP Government and Economics
  • Full Time School Resource Officer
  • Full Time School Security Guard

THROUGHOUT THE YEAR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES OPEN WITHIN THE CHANCERY OFFICE, PARISHES AND SCHOOLS. WE WELCOME ALL QUALIFIED PERSONS TO APPLY FOR THESE POSITIONS!

All interested persons must complete an application.  Employment will be contingent upon an applicant successfully passing a background check and completing the Safe Environment requirements.

Applications and necessary documents maybe downloaded from here:

VOLUNTEERING INFORMATION

  • The mission of the Diocese survives and thrives through its many volunteers.  We welcome all who wish to volunteer.  So that a Safe Environment is maintained, all volunteers who have regular access to children and vulnerable adults must submit an application, have a background check and fulfill the Protecting God’s Children requirements.

    Those necessary documents are:

Diocese of Reno Employee Resources