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St. John Vianney High School – President

St. John Vianney High School in Kirkwood, Missouri, offers a Catholic, college-preparatory education that transforms boys into exceptional men of knowledge, character, and accomplishment. Sponsored by the Society of Mary, Vianney has educated young men in grades 9-12 since 1960. The Board of Directors seeks a president to begin in the 2024-2025 school year. The president is a faith-filled leader who ensures the long-term sustainability of the school’s finances, reputation, and strategic planning. Serving as the Chief Executive Officer, the president is responsible for the school’s overall operation and effectiveness.

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Mount Saint John – Maintenance Technician

The Maintenance Technician for the 8-building campus at Mount Saint John in Dayton, OH, plays a pivotal role in ensuring the optimal functioning, safety, and appearance of the diverse range of buildings. This position requires a skilled individual who can perform various maintenance and repair projects, employ a mix of modern and historical maintenance approaches, ensure the smooth operation of the campus, and develop a deep understanding of all building plans, operating systems, and operations. Click here for more information.

Office of Sponsorship – Director

The Office of Sponsorship Director provides vision, leadership, and support to the Office of Sponsorship team and Marianist institutions and ministries regarding mission integration and charism. The Director works independently and collaboratively to help achieve the goals, strategies, and objectives of the Office of Sponsorship and the Province.

A bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree/s in a professional area is desired, as well as at least five years of ministerial experience in Catholic diocesan ministry, secondary schools, universities, parishes, or retreat houses with a preference to Marianist ministries. Click here for more information.

Marianist Retreat & Conference Center – Director of Hospitality

This is a full-time salaried position focusing on the overall operations and hospitality of the Marianist Retreat & Conference Center (MRCC) in Eureka, Missouri. Primary duties and responsibilities include coordinating all aspects of hospitality planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of retreats and hospitality for MRCC. The Hospitality Director is also responsible for in-house financial activity, overseeing all facility and grounds maintenance, updates, and purchasing relative to maintenance projects, housekeeping, kitchen, and laundry needs. Click here for more information.

Purcell Marian High School –  Principal

Purcell Marian High School, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, is a historic Roman Catholic co-ed High school serving a diverse population of students since 1928. Partnering with the Society of Mary and the Sisters of Charity, Purcell Marian was founded to teach faith and prepare graduates for post-secondary professional opportunities.

The Principal of Purcell Marian High School leads the educational vision and direction of the school and is responsible for providing and coordinating personnel and resources to create, implement, and evaluate sound educational programming consistent with the standards of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the mission of Purcell Marian High School. The Principal oversees the development and delivery of curriculum, student services, guidance, campus ministry and athletics. The Principal represents the school to various groups in the community, including but not limited to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Office of Catholic Schools, CISE, The Marianist Sponsorship, parents, and the alumni community. Click here for more information.

St. Vincent-St. Mary – Assistant Principal of Academics

St. Vincent-St. Mary (STVM) High School, located in Akron, Ohio, is a 660-student, four-year, co-educational, college preparatory Marianist-sponsored Catholic high school.

The Assistant Principal of Academics, with the Principal, ensures that academic policies and curriculum are followed and updated as required
by the Diocese and accrediting associations. This person will also ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations while helping teachers and support staff maximize their teaching potential through regular supervision, evaluation, and informed feedback.

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Bergamo Center for Lifelong Learning – Front Desk Receptionist

The Bergamo Center for Lifelong Learning is seeking a part-time front desk receptionist to serve groups attending events at the Center. Tasks include answering the phone, checking guests in, assisting guests with any problems or questions, light cleaning, and minor office duties. Flexible hours to include weekends and evenings between 4-16 hours per week. Apply in person or submit a letter of interest, employment application, and references to Brent Devitt, Executive Director, by email to [email protected]

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North American Center for Marianist Studies – Program Administrator

NACMS is seeking someone with a deep, authentic understanding and experience of what it means to be Marianist to join our team to coordinate the planning and delivery of NACMS programs. This Program Administrator position is full-time on-site at NACMS in Dayton, Ohio.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  If you have any questions, please contact George Lisjak, NACMS Director, at [email protected]

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St. Vincent-St. Mary High School (OH) – Director of Advancement

St. Vincent-St. Mary has an opening for a Director of Advancement. The person in this role is responsible for leading and managing all advancement programs of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School (STVM), including the annual fund, capital funds, planned giving, alumni activities, public relations, and communications.  The advancement program generates the support and philanthropic resources necessary to ensure that STVM fulfills its mission.

The Director is responsible for developing a strategic vision for the department.  This vision includes a plan of action for all advancement programs and related activities.  Such planning is in part founded upon an annual evaluation of the various advancement programs and related activities for each fiscal year.  The Director of Advancement will embrace, exemplify, and promote the school’s mission.

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