Gather, update and disseminate information about service opportunities to the SMCHS community.
Integrate a spirit of service into the daily lives of the students.
Educate the SMCHS community about SMCHS service guidelines and requirements
Monitor student participation in service, updating student service records in MobileServe as well as maintain student service files while the student attends SMCHS.
Send service project delinquency notifications twice a year, in June and in January, and to apprise the members of the Counseling Department and IB program of service project delinquencies.
Manage student deficits and communicate graduation holds to Activities Director, Counseling, and Registrar.
Actively build and cultivate a network of service organizations for partnership with SMCHS.
Researches, promotes, and helps schedule chaperones for local and domestic student service trips (when applicable).
In collaboration with Director of Campus Ministry, oversee all aspects of the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12thgrade-level service learning programs:
Develop, evaluate, and adjust curriculum for grade-level Theology of Service sessions
In communication with Director of Campus Ministry, develop, oversee and administer the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade service projects: (Freshman-Caritas Christi, Sophomore-Corpus Christi, Junior- Lumen Christi I, Senior-Lumen Christi II)
Provide oversight for all SMCHS service clubs.
Maintain records of Service Custodial Account expenses and income for all SMCHS service events.
In communication with Director of Campus Ministry, design and coordinate all aspects of the annual Faculty and Staff Service Retreat.
Coordinate Faculty/Staff/Parent volunteers for all Christian Service events.
Purchase supplies for SMCHS Service events.
Attend Campus Ministry meetings.
Meet regularly with the Director of Campus Ministry to collaborate, share ideas, visions and other pertinent information with regards to service and budget.
Work alongside the Director of Campus Ministry to research and investigate ways to grow and adapt Service Learning at SMCHS.
Available to meet with students as necessary for pastoral and/or service related mentoring.
Support Campus Ministry activities as needed and requested by the Campus Ministry Director.
Perform any other duties as assigned by the Principal and/or Director of CM.
Degree in Theology or Religious Studies from a Catholic University or, if a secular degree, Basic Certification in Theology from the Diocese. Previous experience organizing student group activities/field trips. Be a living embodiment of the school’s Charism, Caritas Christi, and its Core Principles of Compassion, Humility, Goodness, and Justice.
Full/time, 10-month position (exempt-staff) with benefits as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
Cover letter and Diocese of Orange Application (you can find the application here)