- Ministry Volunteer Recruiter, Sisters of Bon Secours, (Baltimore, MD)
- Executive Assistant to the President, AJCU, (Washington, DC)
- Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management, University of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)
- Executive Director, Sacred Heart Center, (Richmond, VA)
- Chief Research Officer and Associate Vice President - Academic Affairs, Fordham University (Bronx, NY)
- President, Regis College (Toronto, Ontario)
- Director of Programs, JVC Northwest (Portland, OR)
Ministry Volunteer Recruiter
Sisters of Bon Secours
The Sisters of Bon Secours, USA is seeking a Ministry Volunteer Recruiter. The Volunteer Recruiter will support Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry (BSVM), located in Baltimore and Marriottsville, Maryland. This position is responsible for recruiting volunteers for the BSVM program and will report to the program manager. This is a 32- hours-per-week, full-time position and requires extensive travel (as much as 75%). The recruiter will initiate, build, and maintain relationships with students and staff at a variety of universities across the United States. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree; successful completion of, at least, one year volunteer service; excellent communication skills, both written and oral; demonstrated maturity and professionalism with the ability to work independently; and experience networking. Qualified candidates should click here to apply on the Sisters of Bon Secours, USA, website.
Executive Assistant to the President
Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU)
The Executive Assistant to the President will serve the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) by assisting the president, managing the office and managing projects. This position requires strong judgment, excellent writing and research skills. The Assistant must bring or be willing to gain knowledge of higher education and the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits). The Assistant needs to be flexible, have strengths in accurate typing, data entry, calendar-keeping, and electronic and paper file-keeping. Good phone and reception skills are required, as is attention to detail amid interruptions.
- Assists the president as directed
- Handles the president’s calendar, travel schedule and reservations
- Is responsible for the office’s administrative functions through reception, purchasing, payment processing, and maintenance of the organization’s directory
- Provides assistance (handling correspondence, writing minutes and arranging meeting practicalities) for the board (AJCU institution presidents) and various AJCU constituencies
- Responsible for AJCU information services (utilizing IPEDS and other database drawdowns) in collaboration with institutional planners, researchers, and assessment professionals from Jesuit colleges and universities
- Provides administrative support to budgeting, dues assessment, and staff meetings
- Assists with maintaining AJCU operational systems, e.g., filing, contact management, monitoring of leases for telecommunications, equipment rental, etc.
- Serves as liaison to National Center for Higher Education (office building for AJCU)
- Provides research support for federal relations, Church relations, and higher education subject matters as requested by president
Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred
Knowledge of and commitment to mission of Jesuit higher education
Strong competence in business writing and editing
Proficiency in Excel, Outlook, MS Word, etc.
Experience in scheduling, arranging accommodations and organizing meeting practicalities preferred
Administrative experience in higher education, association, or government preferred
To apply, please submit resumes by e-mail to Deanna Howes, AJCU’s Director of Communications, by Friday, May 27th: email@example.com. Questions? Call (202) 862-9893.
Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management
University of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
University of San Francisco (USF), a Jesuit Catholic university, seeks an
innovative, forward-thinking, analytical, collaborative and highly experienced
Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management. The successful candidate will
provide vision and leadership to the University in all areas of strategic
enrollment management, including admissions, financial aid, enrollment
services, student accounts, and registrar functions. Applicants are expected to
have a broad understanding of competitive challenges, technological
opportunities, and cutting-edge enrollment management practices in the
rapidly-changing landscape of higher education. Guided by the University’s
Mission, Vision, and Values, the Vice Provost will lead with creativity,
integrity, inclusiveness, wisdom and energy and will partner with the deans of
the schools and the College of Arts and Sciences and other campus leaders to
develop successful and integrative enrollment management approaches in
alignment with University goals, priorities, and aspirations.
Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management will be a leader and a
team-builder who can motivate and manage staff committed to academic
excellence, and who can develop and implement innovative and state-of-the-art
enrollment and retention strategies that involve the entire University
community. She or he will support the
development of a comprehensive, high-quality, data-driven, and evidence-based
strategic enrollment program for a global university that serves domestic and
international students through undergraduate and graduate programs offered at
the main Hilltop campus (in the heart of San Francisco), two additional sites
in San Francisco (downtown and the Presidio), five locations throughout
California, and online. The vice provost reports directly to the Provost and
serves as a member of the Provost’s Council, the President’s Cabinet, and the
University’s Leadership Team.
The vice provost
will lead proactively
and collaboratively to employ traditional and non-traditional means to attract,
select, enroll, register and retain a highly diverse and talented group of
students. She or he will supervise a staff of approximately
80 FTE positions, including professional
support staff, and oversee
an operating budget of approximately $11.5 million.
USF is recognized nationally and
internationally as a leading Jesuit Catholic, urban university with a global
perspective. Established as San Francisco’s first institution of higher
education in 1855, the university is deeply embedded in the city of San
Francisco. It serves approximately 11,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in
the arts, sciences, education, law, management, nursing, and health
professions. The University boasts one of the most diverse student bodies among
four-year universities in the nation.
Recruitment will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should
provide a resume, a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities
and requirements described in the
Leadership Statement available at www.wittkieffer.com, and the
names and contact information of five references. References will not be
contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates. These materials
should be sent electronically via e-mail to the University of San Francisco
consultants Charlene Aguilar and Pat Coleman at email address USanFranciscoVPSEM@wittkieffer.com. The consultants can be
reached by telephone care of Laura Novak at 630-575-6943.
The University of San Francisco values
diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of
age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, medical condition
(cancer-related and genetic–related) ancestry, national origin, race, religion,
religious creed, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,
veteran status or any other status protected by law.
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Sacred Heart Center
We are seeking an Executive Director to lead the Sacred Heart Center in Richmond, Virginia. The ideal candidate will have strong leadership skills, extensive knowledge of the priorities and needs of the Latino community in our region, experience in effectively executing programs in the non-profit sector, and be able to communicate effectively to diverse audiences. A commitment to advancing opportunities for Latinos in our society is essential to success in this role. This position is a unique and exciting mix of management, social justice, and strategy that requires engagement with the entire Sacred Heart Center team, community organizations throughout the greater Richmond region, and an array of key strategic partners.
The mission of the Sacred Heart Center is to serve as a hub for Richmond’s Latino community that opens opportunities for economic and social integration, family success and community leadership. Our key organizational priorities are:
- Open Educational and Economic Opportunities for Adults
- Prepare Latino families and first generation Americans for success
- Build a hub for the Richmond Area’s Latino community that brings people together, celebrates Latino culture, and facilitates access to services
- Build capacity for organizational growth to reach more people in our service area.
The Center works in collaboration with Sacred Heart Parish, and is animated by the spirit and tradition of the Jesuit order.As Executive Director for Sacred Heart Center, you will:
1. Ensure Effective Program Administration and Management
- Oversee organizational development and strategic planning, including capacity building.
- Monitor financial status of organization and direct expenditure adjustments to assure fiscal health.
- Review, approve, and provide input on important decisions related to organizational structure and operations.
- Oversee the direction, recruitment, employment and motivation of qualified personnel, volunteers, and consultants to undertake the Center’s mission.
- Ensure effective management, utilization, and professional growth of Center staff.
2. Develop and Grow Organizational Resources
- Work with the Sacred Heart Center Board to craft our organization’s long-term and annual development plan.
- Cultivate relationships with donors to the Center including foundations, corporations, and individuals.
- Effectively conduct key development activities including: identifying potential new sources of support, management of grants, donor outreach and fundraisers.
- Achieve fundraising targets and goals.
3. Ensure Successful External Relations
- Identify and foster relationships with coalition partners, community opinion leaders and other stakeholders.
- Respond to requests for information.
- Write and deliver speeches and presentations in various venues.
- Represent Sacred Heart Center at community meetings, conferences, and other relevant functions.
- Maintain national contacts with related organizations.
- Plan community events/forums with organizational partners and provide presentations.
4. Execute a Strong Media Presence for Sacred Heart Center
- Engage in effective media work that raises the profile and reputation of Sacred Heart Center as a trusted voice on issues facing the Latino community in greater Richmond.
- Respond to media calls.
- Keep press informed on and encourage coverage of issues key to Center values and priorities.
- As appropriate, organize press releases and editorial board visits.
5. Ensure Strong Board Relations
- Work closely with the Board of Directors to ensure that Board policies and programs are established and implemented.
- Ensure effective involvement of Board of Directors and bring appropriate matters before the Board for input, review, or approval.
- Ensure that the Board is given accurate and timely information on the state of Sacred Heart Center finances.
- In conjunction with other staff as appropriate, organize Board activities and committee meetings.
To be successful in this job, you will excel in four key areas:
1. Commitment to mission: Commitment to our organization's mission, customers, and stakeholders. In addition, the ideal candidate must be supportive of the organization’s Jesuit and Catholic ethos.
2. Leadership: Ability to confidently guide the organization - to inspire and motivate purposeful action.
3. Entrepreneurship: Ability to understand our organization's primary customers and stakeholders, scan the environment for new opportunities that advance our organization’s mission, and develop strategies to act on those new opportunities in successful ways.
4. Cultural Competency: Strong understanding of the Latino community and culture. Ability to relate to people of varied economic, racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.
Experience and Attributes:
Ideal candidates for this position will share our commitment to open opportunities for economic and social integration, family success and community leadership for Richmond’s Latino community, and have related experience, including:
- 5 - 10 years’ experience in a senior management position at a 501C3 or equivalent organization
- Successful fundraiser, grant writer and donor cultivator
- Bilingual in Spanish and English
- Proven community collaborator and communicator
- Track record of developing successful coalitions, collaborations and advocacy programs
- Strategic thinker and planner
Minimum educational requirements include:
- Competitive, based on experience, with excellent benefits
TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume, and recent salary history to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls or other email inquiries please. Position is open until filled. Initial review of applicants begins on April 15.
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Chief Research Officer and Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs
New York City, Bronx, New York
Fordham University has an excellent reputation as a dynamic institution in the heart of New York City. Founded in 1841, Fordham enrolls more than 15,100 undergraduate and graduate students in 10 Colleges and Schools.
Fordham’s Office of the Provost is currently seeking a Chief Research Officer and Associate Vice President Academic Affairs to be a key member of the academic leadership team and reports directly to the Provost. The Chief Research Officer (CRO) will work together with the Deans, faculty, and other members of the Fordham community, to develop and manage Fordham’s ongoing comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and innovative research programs. The CRO must be an accomplished researcher with a distinguished record of grant-funded research, team leadership, and administrative experience. The successful candidate should have a plan for cultivating a research environment that includes promoting faculty research development, expanding extramural funding, and providing dynamic leadership for articulating and implementing the University’s vision for research.
The Chief Research Officer (CRO) at Fordham also serves as the head of the Office of Research, an umbrella department, which is responsible for overseeing:
- Office of Sponsored ProgramsOffice of Research’s Budget and Operations Manager
- Institutional Review Board
- Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
- Radiation Safety Committee
- Research Integrity Officer
- Promote, coordinate, and support collaborations for research and sponsored programs within and across departments, centers, and schools.
- Identify new funding and other extramural opportunities through cultivating affinity with federal research institutions and prestigious grant foundations.
- In collaboration with Deans, Department Chairs, and the Office of Sponsored Programs, identify institutional challenges related to research development, undertake a detailed analysis of alternative courses of action and their implications, address difficulties and problems in their execution, and devise appropriate action plans and approaches.
- Provide leadership to develop applications and succeed in obtaining awards.
- Develop strategic plans for expanding and deepening faculty involvement in research, including faculty development and mentoring programs.
- Proactively pursue and cultivate the expansion of research-oriented activities with current partners, such as those in the Bronx Science Consortium, and develop new partnerships with other institutions in New York City, the United States and around the world.
- Serve as the Provost’s Office liaison to the faculty University Research Council.
- Ensure compliance with laws and regulations and appropriate functioning of programs, committees and officers under the Office of Research.
- In collaboration with Fordham’s Development and University Relations, develop and implement a strategic vision and a related strategic plan for the upgrading and acquisition of research-related infrastructure and equipment.
- Expand and support undergraduate and graduate students’ participation in research.
- A doctoral degree or equivalent.
- Distinguished record of sponsored research and experience as PI on multiple grants.
- Demonstrated administrative experience in promoting research and scholarly activities, developing partnerships across multiple disciplines, addressing critical issues for the research community and attracting external funding.
- Demonstrated understanding of academic research funding, with a sophisticated grasp of the changing funding landscape, and should have previous experience in working with a variety of federal and private extramural funding sources.
- Proven track record for leading organizational change and transformation initiatives, and proven ability to achieve target results and manage change.
- General knowledge of laws, regulations, and policies relating to sponsored projects (grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements), the protection of animal welfare, conflict of interest, and cost-accounting standards.
- A collaborative leadership style, with demonstrated facilitation skills, and the ability to influence and lead through building strong relationships and interdisciplinary collaborations.
- Successful candidates should have a knowledge of and commitment to the goals of Jesuit education, especially in relation to the humanities and physical and social sciences.
- SALARY: Commensurate with Experience
- START DATE: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and the position filled when a successful candidate is identified.
Send cover letter & Resume curriculum vitae to:
Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D., Chair Search Committee,
Director Center for Ethics Education,
copying Carolyn Funke, Administrative Assistant,
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
As Jesuit President of Regis College at the University of Toronto, you will be on the forefront of Jesuit Catholic education and formation. Through your vision, strategic and academic leadership, and operational excellence, you will develop and form the next generation of Jesuit trained theologians and ministers; priestly, religious, and lay.
As President, you will not only provide transformational direction to Regis College, its faculty, and its staff but will be an inspiration to the students committed to a faith that does justice. You will have critical input working with the Governing Council of Regis College for Vision 2020. You will be a catalyst for positive momentum and change with a variety of religious, college, and lay communities.
Regis College is the theological school of the Society of Jesus in Canada, affiliated with the University of Toronto through the ecumenical Toronto School of Theology. Located in the heart of Toronto, a diverse and cosmopolitan city, Regis College is surrounded by government, health, business and cultural organizations with whom it seeks to cooperate for promotion of the common good. The College's mission is the personal growth, faith development, academic excellence and community involvement of all our students. We are committed to a faith that does justice in the world and this spirit penetrates both our courses and our community life in an ecumenical and diverse environment.
As the chief ambassador for the College you will help increase revenue generation, expand management and operational excellence, and establish Regis College as a leader in meeting apostolic opportunities. Reporting directly to the Governing Council of Regis College, the President will find this is an outstanding opportunity for an innovative, energetic, intellectual, and inspiring Jesuit to lead and serve this internationally recognized College into the next decade and beyond.
The Search Committee will begin considering applications on December 1, 2015. All applications will be treated as confidential. In your application, please provide your curriculum vitae and a brief letter outlining your interest in and general views on Jesuit theological formation that speaks to the criteria outlined above.
It is anticipated that the successful candidate will commence in the position on July 1, 2016 pending negotiation and approval of the Governing Council of Regis College.
To further explore this opportunity, please contact Kevin Carroll, Q.C., L.S.M, and Chair, Regis College Presidential Search Committee, at email@example.com
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Director of Programs
JVC Northwest is hiring a Director of Programs. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director of Programs will oversee all programs of JVC Northwest including the Jesuit Volunteer/AmeriCorps Program and the Jesuit Volunteer EnCorps Program. The Director of Programs will have responsibility for property management of the JVC Northwest community houses. JVC Northwest is seeking a person with a commitment to the mission and values of JVC Northwest; excellent organizational, oral and written communication skills; and at least five (5) years demonstrated experience in program management including program development, group training and facilitation, conflict and problem solving skills, and resource development. Personal commitment to the program goals, and demonstration of ability to design, deliver, and expand a program is required. This is a full time, salaried (exempt) position based in Portland, OR with some travel. The Director of Programs reports to the Executive Director. JVC Northwest is an equal opportunity employer. Former Jesuit Volunteers and/or AmeriCorps members preferred. All JVC Northwest staff are "at will" employees.
To apply, contact JVC Northwest at firstname.lastname@example.org
for job description and application information. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
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