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Mercy High School, a Catholic college preparatory school for young women, immersed in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, educates and inspires young women of diverse backgrounds to lead and serve with compassion is seeking a leader rooted in the Catholic faith and charism of the Sisters of Mercy.

Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1945 to provide a Catholic education based on holistic learning and academic excellence, Mercy High School nurtures a supportive faith community and prepares young women from throughout the metropolitan Detroit area for their critical roles in contemporary society.  Our 670 students engage in rigorous college preparatory courses while simultaneously pursuing extracurricular interests in the performing arts, athletics, the sciences and community affairs.  Enriched by students from diverse backgrounds, Mercy fosters spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical and cultural development in a Catholic environment.

Mercy is accredited by AdvancED and recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for continuous innovation in learning, teaching and the school environment.

The position is effective July 1, 2018.

Math teacher, part-time

Marian High School is seeking a part-time mathematics teacher for the 2018-19 school year.

Daily substitute teachers

Marian High School is seeking daily substitute teachers for the 2017-18, and 2018-19 school years.

Long-term substitute teachers

Marian High School is seeking interested long-term substitute teachers for the 2018-19 school year.

Theology Teacher

Mercy High School in Farmington Hills has need for a full-time teacher in the Religious Studies department for the 2018-2019 school year. The candidate may teach a variety of theology courses and must be a practicing Catholic who conveys faith and morals to high school students in a welcoming learning environment.

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High School Science Teacher

St. Catherine’s will have a full-time position in Science for the 2018-2019 school year.  The science position is teaching 9th grade Biology and an Environmental Science elective course.

St. Catherine of Siena Academy is an all girls’ Catholic high school in Wixom, Michigan.  The Academy started in September of 2010 and now has a growing enrollment of over 200 young women.  The rigorous college preparatory curriculum incorporates teachings of the Church, asking students to balance Truth and reason.  Staff must have an understanding of the unique dignity and vocation of women as taught by St. John Paul II.  Staff must also have a desire for curriculum development and cross-curricular collaboration.  In our educational and spiritual opportunities, our students gain confidence in their feminine genius to meet the challenges of the world as a daughter of God.

St. Catherine of Siena Academy is a four year secondary program of pre-college studies and is accredited through MNSAA/MANS.

High School Latin Teacher

St. Catherine of Siena Academy has an open position for a full time Latin teacher.  All students are required to take 2 years of Latin.  This position is for Latin II, III and IV.

St. Catherine of Siena Academy is an all girls’ Catholic high school in Wixom, Michigan.  The Academy started in September of 2010 and now has a growing enrollment of over 200 young women.  The rigorous college preparatory curriculum incorporates teachings of the Church, asking students to balance Truth and reason.  Staff must have an understanding of the unique dignity and vocation of women as taught by St. John Paul II.  Staff must also have a desire for curriculum development and cross-curricular collaboration.  In our educational and spiritual opportunities, our students gain confidence in their feminine genius to meet the challenges of the world as a daughter of God.

St. Catherine of Siena Academy is a four year secondary program of pre-college studies and is accredited through MNSAA/MANS.

Evangelization Coordinator

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION
 
The Archdiocese of Detroit is resolved to undergo a “missionary conversion,” a change in our culture, such that every person at every level of the Church, through personal encounter with Jesus Christ, embraces his or her identity as a son or daughter of God and, in the power of the Holy Spirit, is formed and sent forth as a joyful missionary disciple. For families this means that every family embraces its role as the domestic church and, in connection with other families and single persons, actively seeks the spiritual and social renewal of its neighborhood, schools and places of work. For parishes and archdiocesan services it means the renewal of structures to make them Spirit-led and radically mission-oriented. For everyone in the Archdiocese it entails making one’s relationship with Jesus and alignment with his will the central guiding principle of every aspect of life. This missionary conversion entails a strikingly countercultural way of living grounded in prayer, Scripture, and the sacraments; unusually gracious hospitality; a capacity to include those on the margins of society; and joyful confidence in the providence of God even in difficult and stressful times. (Unleash the Gospel, Foundational Conviction)
 
The role of the Evangelization Regional Coordinator is to work under the leadership of the Associate Director of Evangelization within the Evangelization, Catechesis, and Schools Department (ECS)  to share the Gospel with the faithful of Archdiocese of Detroit. The coordinator will work as part of a team but will have a special emphasis in the assigned region of the AOD. This person will be responsible for building up relationships with pastors, deacons, and lay leaders in our parishes and schools to help them establish ways to enact the Archbishop’s vision for evangelization.
 
The primary “target audience” for our evangelization efforts is faithful who have fallen away from the practice of their Catholic faith. This includes the sacramentalized but unevangelized, the faithful who attend Mass only sporatically, and the faithful who have not allowed their relationship with Jesus Christ to take firm roots in their lives.
 
Since Christ’s call is for all persons, the secondary “target audience” for our evangelization efforts is those who do not know Jesus Christ and his Catholic Church.
 
Finally, the coordinator will help identify and equip leaders in parishes, schools, and elsewhere to become evangelizers who “witness to God’s everlasting mercy and thereby unleash the Gospel to everyone they meet” (Unleash the Gospel, Marker 9.3).
 
The coordinator is at the service of the parishes and vicariates of the entire assigned region, working under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Evangelization, and the Director for Evangelization, Catechesis, and Schools. 
 
 
                ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND TASKS REQUIRED BY THIS JOB
 
  1. Must be able to work in communion with the other coordinators to form an evangelization team based on vulnerability-based trust and the pursuit of excellence in ministry.   Propose new ideas to improve your collaboration and evangelization efforts. 
  2. Assist in the implementation of Unleash the Gospel in assigned region and be open to using personal gifts throughout the Archdiocese.
  3. Must be able to work collaboratively with the Central Services staff and leadership to implement a comprehensive vision for the new evangelization in every aspect of their work.  
  4. Ability to engage, challenge, and motivate the parishes of your assigned region to participate in a comprehensive implementation of the new evangelization, as well as carefully discerned innovation and measured assessments.
  5. Work to offer individual, parish, vicariate, regional and archdiocesan formation opportunities in the key principles of the new evangelization.
  6. “The Church is an evangelizer, but she begins by being evangelized herself” (EN, 15), therefore the coordinator will encourage the parishes to evangelize first the practicing yet lukewarm Catholics (i.e., evangelizing from the pews out).
  7. Must be able to work with existing evangelization ministries and if needed help initiate new ones at the parish, vicariate, regional and archdiocesan level. 
  8. Coordinate effective and appropriate evangelization strategies for targeted parishes and schools in urban, suburban and rural areas, and help provide resources to support these ministries.
  9. Promote best practices in the new evangelization aimed at reaching out to inactive Catholics and other Christians that have abandoned their faith.
  10. Help pastors focus on a mission outreach to non-Christians inside your assigned region.
  11. Assist parishes in identifying persons with the charism for evangelization who can serve as catalysts for the total evangelizing efforts of the parish.
  12. Encourage parishes in creating joyful missionary disciples, including the development of mission-driven goals and objectives.
  13. Help individuals and parishes discern and become good stewards of their charisms.
  14. Help pastors asses their parish’s current evangelization efforts.
  15. Meet with vicariate councils as well as parish pastoral councils to help educate all members in evangelization.
  16. Help parishes think collaboratively about evangelization efforts.
  17. Act as a resource to parishes seeking evangelization programs.
  18. Present to groups of all sizes and audiences.
  19. Attend staff meetings as required.
  20. Prioritize and implement the above tasks with the Associate Director and the Director of Evangelization, Catechesis, and Schools.
 
 

Family Service Advisor

Position Summary

Family Service Advisors serve families with care and compassion, educating and guiding them through the process of making informed decisions for Cemetery & Funeral Advanced Planning, At-Need Cemetery, and Memorialization products and services.

Family Service Advisors will demonstrate by example, CFCS’ Core Values–Share the Journey, Serve with Care, and Make It Happen–in all their dealings with families, staff, and internal/external contacts.

Reporting to the Location Manager, Family Service Advisors interact with families, Family Service Directors, and other personnel/departments.