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Career Opportunities

We are looking for bright, energetic individuals to join us as we help shape the next generation of future leaders. Our community works daily to think critically, creatively, and morally so that we can serve God with purpose. We are an International Baccalaureate World School and our curriculum aligns to the profile of an I.B. learner. Please review the job listing(s) below for the current openings. 
 
 
 

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.

 

Job Description

 

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

  • The assistant campus minister must be a Catholic in good standing, able to obtain catechist certification from the Archdiocese of Washington.
  • Previous experience in youth ministry is preferred.
  • As a community with 70% non-Catholic students, 34 nationalities and a predominantly African-American and Latino student body, we seek an assistant campus minister who is welcoming, embraces the evangelizing role of our school, and spreads joy for the culturally responsive liturgical and catechetical practices of our universal Church.
  • Strong organizational skills are essential, including time and task management.
  • The assistant campus minister must be able to manage and empower peer ministers, colleagues and volunteers.
  • Experience at creating and coordinating powerful liturgical experiences is needed.
  • Given our goal of growing as a faith community, program development experiences and an entrepreneurial spirit are preferred.
  • Some teaching may be a part of the position, so preference will go to candidates who can teach in a traditional classroom setting.
  • The position involves some afternoon, evening and weekend events, so the assistant campus minister’s schedule should be able to accommodate those needs.

 

Position 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.

 

To Apply

 

Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Beth Blaufuss, President, at mblaufuss@achsdc.org.

 

 
 

Substitute Teachers 

Archbishop Carroll seeks part-time and as needed Substitute teachers for all subjects for the 2016-17 school year.

Role and Responsibilities

* Execute lesson plans provided by teacher

* Maintain a classroom culture built on respect, growth, and love of learning
* Communicate effectively students, teachers, and administrators
* Support the Catholic identity of the school
* Other duties as assigned
  
Qualifications

The ideal candidate:

* Has at least a Bachelor's degree
* Has teaching experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
 
Archbishop Carroll seeks part-time and as needed Substitute teachers for all subjects for the 2016-17 school year. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Katy Dunn, Principal, at kdunn@achsdc.org 


Archbishop Carroll High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.