Minimum Qualifications: Practicing, knowledgeable Catholic Thorough understanding of Catholic School Philosophy Commitment to modeling the values of Catholic Educational Leadership PA Administrators Certificate (or in process) Catechetical Certification (or in process) 5 years of teaching experience
Preferred Qualifications (in addition to minimum qualification): 3 years of Administrative experience Catechetical Certification (or in process) Master’s Degree in Educational Administration Send Resume and Letter of Interest to by March 31st: Ann Everest, Dept. of Education Diocese of Harrisburg 4800 Union Deposit Road, Harrisburg, PA 17111-3710 (717) 657-4804 ext. 222 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About DIOCESE OF HARRISBURG
The Diocese of Harrisburg was established on March 3, 1868 by Pope Pius IX. Eighteen counties composed the Diocese of Harrisburg at that time. That changed in later years to fifteen counties comprised of 7,660 square miles today. They include: Adams, Columbia, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Union and York. The Diocese is blessed with one Cathedral and 2 Basilicas. Saint Patrick Cathedral, Harrisburg, is the mother church of the Diocese. Sacred Heart Basilica, Conewago, is the oldest stone church in use in the United States. The Basilica of Saints Cyril and Methodius is located in Danville, PA. Since its founding, eleven Bishops have led the Diocese of Harrisburg. The current Bishop, the Most Reverend Ronald W. Gainer, was appointed Bishop of Harrisburg by his Holiness Pope Francis on January 24, 2014. He was installed as Bishop of Harrisburg on March 19, 2014.