Assist the Director of Service & Social Justice in implementing service programs for Providence College students rooted in the principles of Catholic social teaching. Encourage and lead students in a deepening of their relationship with Jesus Christ and neighbor. Support student programs including local service opportunities, spring break initiatives, and service immersion trips in a way that challenges students to deepen their understanding and practice of the faith.
Support the Director in pursuing the annual goals of the Service and Social Justice team and the overall mission of Campus Ministry.
Provide opportunities for reflection and continued engagement with issues of justice and mercy, especially pertinent to the Providence College community.
Maintain current, short-term service immersion programs and investigate potential for future expansion.
Direct and oversee student leaders on the Campus Ministry leadership team. Evaluate and attend to all partnerships to ensure a valuable experience for both students and community partners.
Encourage faith formation through appropriate and meaningful programmatic activities
Perform all other duties as may be required.
Education and Experience Required:
Graduate Degree in theology, pastoral ministry, or a related field from an accredited institution required.
Three to five years' experience in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience in outreach and evangelization
Must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing who loves and is knowledgeable about the faith.
Must possess good teamwork and communications skills
Must have a familiarity with the needs and interests of College students and a willingness to accommodate student schedules.
Familiarity with Microsoft Office and other computer skills required
Employee Status: Full Time
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