FOR THE DIOCESE OF FORT WAYNE-SOUTH BEND FORT WAYNE, INDIANA
The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend is currently seeking candidates for the position of Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools. Catholic Schools are a ministry of the Church, and this position works with the Superintendent of Catholic Schools to ensure the integration of faith and life, reverence for truth, growth in virtue, formation in Christian discipleship, and commitment to prayer. The Associate Superintendent assists with the formation of 13,000 students in 39 elementary school and 4 high schools in Northern Indiana.
Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend Stephanie Howe, Personnel Assistant P.O. Box 390, Fort Wayne, IN 46801 260-422-4611 ext. 3335 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS – June 28, 2019
Qualifications for interested candidates include the following:
Be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church with a working knowledge of Church Doctrine, Law, and Organization.
Strong and Proven Commitment to Catholic Identity
Indiana School Administrator’s and/or Indiana Superintendent’s License
Five years of Administrative/Superintendent experience
Familiar with curricular models and current trends in Catholic education
Have strong organizational, verbal, and written communication skills with the ability to collaborate at all levels of the Catholic Schools.
About Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend
History records that in August of 1846, our diocesan schools were opened with an endowment of $4600. Saint Mother Theodore Guerin and Sisters Mary Magdalen, Catherine, and Caroline of the Sisters of Providence enrolled sixty girls in the new St. Augustine Academy. After a request by Mother Guerin, the bishop acquired the assistance of the Brothers of the Holy Cross to instruct the boys. With a “cow and a calf grazing “on the school property, the new St. Augustine Academy enrolled South German Catholics, American Protestants, Canadian French children, and Miami Native American girls.
Over one hundred sixty-five years have passed since Mother Guerin, one of eight American saints, labored, taught, and prayed for children, families and Catholics residing within our diocesan boundaries. Our principals, teachers, and staff are just as committed to teaching the truth and beauty of our Catholic faith as the founding Sisters of Providence; our schools remain strong, and student populations are no less diverse over a century and a half later.
With 43 schools in 14 counties, the Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend are communities of faith, knowledge, and servi...ce that have been educating the children of our Diocese for over 165 years and a commitment to academic excellence, a strong Catholic faith foundation, and a moral compass for life.