Welcome and thank you for your interest in a position at St. Rose High School!
St. Rose High School is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive community. We believe that all members of our community - faculty, staff, students, administrators, parents, trustees, and alumni - are responsible for an awareness of and ongoing dialogue around diversity and inclusion issues of race, gender, sexual orientation, privilege, religion, physical ability, and family structure, as well as for enhancing the school's mission to produce graduates who are intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to doing justice.
St. Rose High School is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.
St. Rose High School, a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory high school located in Belmar, NJ is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:
St. Rose High School maintains a substitution list for per diem opportunities. When possible, we attempt to make calls prior to the morning of an absence. All substitute teachers must
- Complete an interview with an administrator
- Complete Virtus training
- Have fingerprints on file with St. Rose High School.
Interested candidates please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Campus Minister functions as spiritual mentor and coordinator for St. Rose High School tending to the personal, spiritual, and sacramental needs of our community. In cooperation with the Administration, the Campus Minister works to provide meaningful spiritual services to students, faculty, staff, and school families.
- Morning prayer over the school's PA or TV station
- Coordinate Weekly Community Prayer In School Chapel
- Coordinate Weekly Mass For Students In School Chapel
- Coordinate Service Activities for Students
- Promote Campus Ministry Activities and Programs
- Student Follow-Up/Mentoring
- Weekly Newsletter Update to Students and Parents
- Coordinate Weekly Service in Asbury Park
- Liturgy Planning And Prayer Services
- Opening School Liturgy
- Class Masses
- Seasonal Prayer Services and Liturgy (Advent, Lent, Catholic Schools Week)
- Holy Days of Obligation
- Baccalaureate Mass
- Prayer for Athletes at Start of Each Season
- Prayer for Faculty and Parent Meetings
- Retreat Planning
- Class Retreats
- Faculty Retreat
- KAIROS Retreat for Seniors ( 3 Times Each Year)
- Mission Collections
- Food Collections
- Arrange Opportunities for Confession
- Spiritual Programs and Offerings for Parents
- Coordinate Transportation for Events
- Assist the Administration in Orientation Planning for new faculty and students
- Facilities Reservations and Booking
- Public Promotions (Website, etc.)
- Design Bulletin Boards
- Maintain Chapel and Entry
Other tasks not specifically listed may be required to successfully run the ministry. By nature, Campus Ministry is a fluid position, requiring flexibility, a diverse skill set, delegation to others, and cooperation. Networking is an important part of the job, and there is a high degree of social interaction required. Good time management and detail oriented planning are required.
The qualified candidate will be a practicing catholic who holds a master's degree in theology, liturgy, spirituality or related field; have a minimum of three years’ experience in campus ministry; be a highly motivated and self-starter who can work independently; and possess strong oral and written communication skills as well as strong computer skills.
Please send resumes to: email@example.com
"I love the St. Rose community, it's a great place to work and make a difference." Michael Falgares