Website St. Charles Borromeo Academy Kansas City, Missouri
Administers and provides student instruction in a Catholic School setting, conducts other programs
and services provided at the school and relates to parents, parish and general public.
Administers the program in a 2 year old through 8 grade school with more than 200 students.
Supervises teaching, administrative and support staff and oversees a range of programs and
services. Requires Master’s Degree, experience and understanding of a Classical curriculum, state
certification, previous experience and pastor’s letter of reference.
Nurture the faith development of faculty and staff through opportunities for doctrinal, liturgical, and
Ensure quality Catholic religious instruction of students at all levels especially through the Catechism
of the Catholic Church.
Promotes Catholic community with parents, students, faculty and staff through a witness of prayer,
sacrifice, sacramental unity and fellowship.
Knows the mission, history, and purpose of Catholic Education in the Church, especially the history
of Catholic Education in the United States.
Implement the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph academic standards and the Diocesan
benchmarks for the teaching of religion.
Evaluate the general effectiveness of the academic and spiritual program of the school.
Maintain a continuous plan of assessment/evaluation of the academic standards and the religious,
academic, social, physical, and emotional growth of the students.
Recruit, interview, select, and provide an orientation for school staff. Evaluate staff on an on-going
basis throughout the year.
Prepare the annual budget with the business manager and school advisory board.
Plan and manage the school’s financial resources toward development and monitoring an annual
Apply long-range planning strategies in developing plans for the school.
Implement a short-term and long-range enrollment plan to increase the number of students and
families serving 2-year-old through 8th grade.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Experience and a true understanding of a Classical curriculum.
Make timely, well-reasoned decisions; intelligently analyze issues and balance fact-based analysis
with intuition, information and experience.
Understand the connection between Diocesan goals and strategies and turn those into actionable
plans and goals at the school level.
Earn others’ trust and respect through consistent honesty and professionalism in all interactions.
Use strong verbal and written communication skills to build effective relationships, exchange
information clearly and concisely and to deliver new concepts, opinions, and ideas in a professional
View service to the parish and community as a priority to continuously strive to meet and exceed
needs and expectations.
Promote a sense of collaboration and teamwork; share information and learning; keep others
informed to help promote Diocesan strategy and goals.
Master’s Degree in Education.
Practicing Catholic with ethical standards, personal integrity, and conduct consistent with the morals
and teachings of the Catholic Church includes faithful obedience to the Magisterium.
Minimum 3 years teaching experience in Catholic school.
State certification/license in administration.
The Diocese offers a comprehensive benefits program, including medical, dental and vision plans,
STD/LTD fully paid by the employer, retirement plans including a 403b plan and a defined benefit
pension plan. Paid time off includes generous paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick leaves.
Note: All Diocesan employees are required to consent to a background check, and sign and
acknowledge the Ethics and Integrity in Ministry Code of Conduct prior to hire. Completion of
Protecting God’s Children training is required within 30 days of hire.
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