• Full Time
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Bishop Blanchet High School

Director of Campus Ministry

Reports to Principal

Start date: August 19, 2024

Bishop Blanchet High School is a 9-12 grade catholic school located in Seattle, WA.

Bishop Blanchet High School is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding individuals to better reflect the racial, cultural, and gender diversity of our student population. We actively seek candidates of different backgrounds who are devoted to engaging and inspiring a high-achieving and well-rounded student population to be leaders, in and out of the classroom.

At Bishop Blanchet High School we strive to embody the example of Jesus Christ and live out Catholic Social Teaching by employing empathy, finding dignity in all people, and fostering a true sense of community. We believe it is important to provide a safe space for courageous conversations, exchange of ideas and problem solving while welcoming our differences and respecting our unique life experiences.

Bishop Blanchet High School is located in Seattle, one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Our city has a vibrant culture, a rich history and is close to many attractive destinations. We offer a fun, supportive work environment and ample opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Mission Statement:

Bishop Blanchet is a Catholic, college preparatory high school established by the Archbishop of Seattle. Rooted in Gospel Values, we educate students within a challenging, positive and diverse learning environment. We inspire students to transform the world around them through a lifelong commitment to faith, scholarship and service.

Overview of the Position:

The Director of Campus Ministry is responsible for the spiritual formation and Catholic culture of the Bishop Blanchet community by providing opportunities for prayer, reception of sacraments, participation in faith groups, liturgies, retreats, service, and pastoral care. There is an administrative and ministerial role to the job. The administrative role can be seen in the overseeing of the programs and the ministerial role can be seen in the presence of the Director of Campus Ministry at events that impact students’ lives.

Specifically, the major areas listed below are included in the Campus Ministry Program. The list is not intended to be exhaustive or all inclusive. All faculty members share responsibility for the pastoral life of the school community, but the Director of Campus Ministry supplies the leadership and organization that will facilitate the task of nourishing, sustaining, and challenging the faith of this community.

Requirements and Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree or higher preferred
Preferred: Washington State Teaching credential (or ability to obtain one) in content area
Annual contract beginning in the Fall

The ideal candidate will be committed to the following:

Collaborate with campus ministry team and work toward consensus with team members
Supervisory role to members of campus ministry team when performing campus ministry component of their job function
Support the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all grade level and optional additional student retreats
Support the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all faculty/staff retreats
Submit a yearly calendar of all Campus Ministry programs each spring for the following school year
Submit recommendations for annual budget and allocate resources for Campus Ministry programs
Provide monthly faith formation events for faculty and staff.
Lead the Campus Ministry team regarding retreats, masses, daily reflections, short and long-term ministry goals, parish and community partnerships, and enhancement of the Catholic dimension of the school.
Develop annual goals for department, individual programs and staff to promote the spiritual health and Catholic identity of the school.
Direct and provide support for mission service trips.
Recruit faculty, staff and others to attend retreats.
Develop curriculum for and oversees ministry-related community periods
Update and maintain the Campus Ministry webpage
Serve on school Leadership Team and Principal’s Council
Teaches up to 0.2 FTE
Complete other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Principal

Compensation and Summary of Benefits:

Competitive salary based on experience and education
Salary Range: $99,581 – $116,924
Medical, dental, life insurance
Access to 403(b) retirement match program
Access to HSA match program
Access to fitness center
School funded professional development opportunities
Continuing education and/or in-building child tuition support
Opportunities to help with our robust co-curricular programs, including our competitive athletic programs, clubs, and performing arts
Incredibly supportive, professional, and committed faculty and staff that value community
9-acre campus two blocks from Greenlake that boasts an outdoor athletic stadium, a fitness center, sports medicine training room, three gymnasiums, three performing arts spaces including a black box theatre, and a recently renovated student commons.

Application Process:

Interested and qualified applicants must complete an application in Frontline through the Archdiocese of Seattle and email a cover letter and resume to the Principal at sprocopio@bishopblanchet.org

Sam Procopio, Principal
Bishop Blanchet High School
8200 Wallingford Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103

Inquiries about this position may be directed to the Principal at: sprocopio@bishopblanchet.org or 206-527-7701

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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