Website McDonell Area Catholic Schools Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Director of City Youth and Campus Ministry
Description: The position of Director of City Youth and Campus Ministry is a shared position of the Chippewa Falls City parishes and McDonell Area Catholic Schools grades 6-12, with a part-time youth ministry co-coordinator. The Director works to ensure that dynamic and engaging youth ministry opportunities are available to all parish and Catholic school youth. Parish youth are educated in a variety of settings: primarily, Catholic school, but also public school and home school. Through effective leadership and communication, this position coordinates with the ministry teams of the parishes and supports the MACS Chaplain in all matters pertaining to youth ministry. It also involves working to develop a strong Catholic identity in all our Catholic schools in support of MACS administration. This position involves work at multiple locations in the city, occasional travel, and frequent evening and weekend obligations. It is a full-time year-round position with the possibility of a flexible schedule during the summer. The Director of City Youth and Campus Ministry reports to the Dean (or anyone delegated by the Dean) and the MACS Chaplain, and collaborates with the parish Faith Formation teams.
Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Catholic theology, catechetics, youth ministry, or related field
Commitment to the mission of the Church and city parishes, including a desire to inspire others to know and live the Catholic Faith
Experience leading or coordinating youth ministry activities
Ability to relate to and engage youth
Lives in full communion with the Catholic Church
Committed prayer life, both personally and within a parish community.
Dedicated to vocation (or the discernment of vocation)
Commitment to ongoing formation and training in the ministerial field
Good written and oral communication skills
Organizational abilities necessary for planning events and programs
Leadership skills such as ability to problem solve, make sound decisions, and deal with a variety of concrete variables. Safe Environment Certified through the Diocese of La Crosse
Interested candidates must submit an application that addresses their qualifications related to the position description, which can be found at: http://www.mcdonellareacatholicschools.org/about/opportunity.cfm or send a letter of application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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