Middle School Math Teacher – Nativity School

Nativity School in the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood of Cincinnati is seeking an energetic and innovative teacher for Math in grades 6-8. We are opening for next school year a new STEAM lab that coincides with this open position. Candidates must hold (or be able to obtain) a valid Ohio teaching license for both Math and Algebra 1, and have fingerprints, background check, and VIRTUS current with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati prior to starting the position.

Contact: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Chris Shisler, Principal, via email at chris.shisler@nativity-cincinnati.org  Catholic Candidates are preferred, but not required.

Fourth Grade Math and Religion Teacher – Summit Country Day

The Summit Country Day School, 2161 Grandin Road, Cincinnati, OH  is seeking a fourth grade Math and Religion teacher who will work under the supervision of the Lower and Middle School Director. This teacher will develop and deliver lessons putting creative problem solving and innovation at the service of Math and Religious Education. This position serves as a member of our collaborative fourth grade team to facilitate all aspects of the fourth grade curriculum.  Please see a complete job description


Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Mike Johnson, Lower and Middle School Director via email:  johnson_m@summitcds.org

School President – St. Rita School for the Deaf

St. Rita School for the Deaf seeks candidates to fulfill the position of President for the 2018-19 school year and beyond.

St. Rita School for the Deaf is a Catholic, co-educational, preK-12 grade, in addition to a Career 2 program serving students up to age 22. For 103 years we have served the deaf and hard of hearing community, but in recent years we have expanded our services to include children with communication needs including those with Apraxia and those on the Autism Spectrum. Our Core Values embody our emphasis on Communication, Catholic, Family, Education and Innovation in a safe, enriching environment. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati requires that this position be held by an individual who is a Practicing Catholic.

Interested applicants are encouraged to read the job description (by clicking on the link below), then submit a Letter of Interest for the position describing your experience in the field of serving our community as described above, and how you see yourself fulfilling the job description as outlined. A recent resume should also be submitted with your Letter of Interest.

Letters of Interest must be submitted no later than April 1, 2018 to the following address:

Search Committee
St. Rita School for the Deaf
1720 Glendale-Milford Rd.
Cincinnati OH 45215

Or, via confidential email to searchcommittee@srsdeaf.org

Please cut and paste this link into your browser to view the job description: http://www.srsdeaf.org/President.aspx

Director of Faith Formation – All Saints Church

Director of Faith Formation, All Saints Church

The Director of Faith Formation provides overall leadership and direction for both youth and adult faith formation. Beginning with Baptism, this position provides the resources needed to foster the spiritual journey of our youth and prepare them for an active adult faith life. Through the religious education and sacramental preparation of our youth, this position builds lasting relationships with families thus setting the stage for adult faith formation opportunities.

• Must be a Catholic in good standing.
• Bachelor’s Degree required.
• Experience in pastoral ministry preferred.
• Master’s Degree in pastoral ministry/ theology is preferred. Applicants without a Master’s Degree must be willing to obtain their degree within 5 years.
• Must have strong communication skills and be comfortable networking and building relationships with families.

Leadership and Administration
• Stays current regarding Church and Archdiocesan guidelines, trends in theology and catechesis.
• Participates and provides leadership for goal setting and policy development in the area of faith formation.
• Recruits, trains, supervises and evaluates coordinators and/or volunteers to staff programs.
• Monitors and maintains Religious Education Budget.

Catechetical Programs and Formational Activities
Executes all parish faith formation programs and activities by:
• Recruiting and supervising coordinators for Early Childhood (e.g. GWW, CLOW, VBS), PREP, Youth Catechesis, Youth Ministry, Adult Faith Formation (e.g. RCIA, Parish Penance Services, Bible Study, Women of the Well, Parish Mission and Ministry of MOMs, and other formal programs).
o Providing training and support for program coordinators and catechists.
o Overseeing selection of curriculum and resources according to Archdiocesan guidelines.
o Overseeing and coordinating ACRE Assessment for school and PREP.
o Acting as liaison for clerical, facilities and maintenance needs for programs.
o Providing direction and assistance with liturgical and prayer celebrations.
o Responsible for supplying catechetical resources to people with special needs.
• Working with parish leadership, committees and volunteers to design, plan, promote and implement new program models and occasional events and opportunities for faith formation.
• Supervising preparation and selection of materials for various special programming and other parish needs.
• Providing leadership and direction or resourcing for catechetical and liturgical programs for the parish school including:
o Selection and implementation of religion curriculum
o Scheduling and preparation of school liturgical experiences in consultation with principal, pastor, teachers and music director.
o Rehearsal of student liturgical ministers for liturgies and prayer celebrations

Sacramental Preparation
The Director of Religious Education is responsible for the direction and coordination of all aspects of the RCIC process for children, infant Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation and First Penance in conformity with current guidelines and employing a parish and family focus. This may include supervision of coordinator(s). Duties include:
• Recruiting, forming and supervising catechists and teams.
• Developing curriculum, processes and program components.
• Preparing schedules, materials, handouts, planning sheets, etc.
• Providing parent sessions, family/sponsor/candidate workshops, retreats and home activities.
• Coordinating plans and preparation for related rites and liturgies in cooperation with presider and Director of Music and Liturgy.
• Communicating relevant information to catechists, parents, candidates, pastor, music director, sponsors and parish-at-large.
• Recording data in parish sacramental records.

Must be willing to work weekends/evenings on a regular basis.

Interested candidates may contact Father Jaspers, Pastor at 513/792-4600, 8939 Montgomery Road, Cinti., OH 45236-2129, or by email at father@allsaints.cc.

Graphic Designer – Archdiocese of Cincinnati

Title Graphic Designer
Location Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Job Information The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has an opening for a Graphic Designer in The Catholic Telegraph Office.  This person will create compelling graphic design solutions for editorial or advertising in The Catholic Telegraph (newspaper and website), and the Archdiocesan website and other digital channels; execute and prepare designs for production in the appropriate medium; understand the brand and graphic standards of the Archdiocese and its various ministries, and ensure that all designs are consistent with those standards; take the lead in providing design solutions for the various Archdiocesan ministries as needed, with prioritization on Evangelization, Vocations, and Catholic Schools.

Desired Qualifications include a practicing Catholic in good standing with solid knowledge of the Catholic Church, including structure and doctrine; passion for the Catholic faith; Bachelor’s degree in applied graphic arts from a four-year college or university; 5+ years of work experience in a graphic design (including digital) role, ideally within a marketing, communications, or digital publishing department; technical excellence with demonstrated proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (including InDesign), WordPress, and Microsoft Office (including Outlook).

Please send a letter of interest, résumé and Application for Employment to the Department of Human Resources, Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 100 E. 8th St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply by email to:  humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org.  Application deadline is December 22, 2017 with a beginning date of January 15, 2018.  Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and VIRTUS requirements.

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Religion Teacher – St. Rita School for the Deaf

Position Announcement for the 2017-2018 School Year

St. Rita School for the Deaf is a Catholic school whose purpose is to educate students who need special methods of communication in a safe, value-oriented environment. We believe in empowering each child to achieve his or her full potential through an individualized approach to learning.

POSITION TITLE: Religion Teacher


TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: January 3, 2018 – June 1, 2018, with a possibility of full time employment for the 2018-2019 School Year


  • Plan daily instruction and learning activities based on curriculum materials.
  • Deliver hands-on learning experiences based on Catholic Social teaching.
  • Serve as a member on the Campus Ministry Team.
  • Assess student work and keep a record of grades.
  • Utilize technology in instruction, including smart boards, ipads, and laptops.
  • Manage classroom discipline in accordance with the PAWS system.
  • Create a positive learning environment.
  • Attend required meetings and assemblies.


  • Candidate must be a practicing Catholic
  • Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catechist Certification or willingness to obtain certification
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or a related field
  • Experience working with students who have special needs preferred
  • Fluency in American Sign Language preferred but not required

WAGE AND BENEFITS: Wage is dependent on educational background and years of experience. Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, retirement plan, 15 paid sick/personal days per school year, 10 paid Federal Holidays per school year, and paid professional development.

WORK SCHEDULE: 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday-Thursday; Full-time, five-month agreement.

EMAIL RESUME TO: Natalie Marsh Principal JrHS/HS nmarsh@srsdeaf.org

St. Rita School for the Deaf is an Equal Opportunity Employer