The campus minister helps create an environment which encourages and guides all members of the school, parish staff, and parish, as applicable, to contribute to the Catholic identity of Saint Clement School. The Campus Minister develops and coordinates programs that respond to the spiritual needs of the students, faculty, staff, and parents. The Campus Minister coordinates and oversees the students' active participation in the sacramental life of the Church, especially in school and Sunday liturgies.
A. Forming a Faith Community
• Facilitates an atmosphere of Christian hospitality where all feel welcome, based on the Catholic faith, traditions, and rituals.
• Acknowledges and celebrates diversity within the school community.
• Coordinates spiritual offerings that support the spiritual growth of students, faculty, staff, and parents.
B. Spiritual Growth
• Organizes, plans and implements an effective retreat program for students, faculty, staff, and parents that builds community, faith development, evangelization and leadership enrichment.
• Supports implementation of the Alpha Youth program and works with middle school students, and the Youth Ministry Director, to onboard students to Saint Clement Youth Group
• Supports faculty, staff, and parents in their call as missionary disciples.
D. Prayer and Sacramental experiences
• Offers a variety of prayer experiences, both personal, communal, and seasonal.
• Provides opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to celebrate the Sacraments, especially the Eucharist and Reconciliation, including penance services during Advent and Lent.
• Coordinates liturgical celebrations including weekly school mass, Sunday family masses and other opportunities as assigned.
• Organizes training for liturgical ministers; extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist, lectors, servers, and all other students involved with liturgical celebrations.
• Assists the choir and choir director in the selection of appropriate sacred music that will enhance student participation at school liturgies.
E. Social Justice and Catholic Social Teaching
• Collaborates with the Saint Clement Director of Outreach to schedule and provide service and social outreach opportunities for students, faculty, and parents.
• Infuses the concepts of justice, peace, human dignity, and the integrity of creation into all aspects of student life.
• Other tasks as assigned.
• Practicing Catholic with an active sacramental and faith-life. Is in good standing with the Catholic Church.
• Demonstrates understanding, respect and support for Catholic Church teaching, mission and values.
• Satisfied all Safe Environment Training requirements.
• Experience working in ministry, in a parish, Catholic school or in campus ministry.
• Proven track record working effectively with children and adults.
• Ability to build relationships and communicate effectively with people from varied social, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds.
• Working knowledge of communications strategies and resources.
• Strong read of people and situations; able to ascertain needs and match resources.
• Availability for overtime, evenings, or weekend work.
• Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. (Master's degree preferred)