Assistant Campus Minister
Archbishop Carroll High School, a Catholic, coeducational college preparatory high school in Washington, D.C., seeks an assistant campus minister to begin work in January, 2017. This position has both full- and part-time possibilities; exact job responsibilities will depend on whether the position is full- or part-time.
The assistant campus minister helps lead the religious life of our community. Through liturgies, daily prayer, retreats, service, pastoral counseling, and activities that empower teens as believers and leaders, the assistant campus minister helps all Carroll community members seek and manifest God’s presence among us.
The manner in which the assistant campus minister facilitates the religious life of our community must honor our charism and our community through culturally responsive catechesis, meaningful social justice activism, and a spirit of openness. The campus ministry office collaborates closely with other administrators in school-wide efforts to form students as independently responsible, virtuous, prayerful and loving people.
The assistant campus minister will have direct responsibility for the Christian service program of our school, as well as our grade-level and overnight retreats.
Qualifications and Characteristics
This is position is exempt and has both full- and part-time possibilities. It is open to priests, religious and lay people. It will involve some afternoon, evening and weekend work.
Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Beth Blaufuss, President, at email@example.com.