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*Coordinator for Administration and Advancement- Cornell Catholic Community. Ithaca, NY is seeking applicants for the FT Position of Coordinator for Administration and Advancement. This professional will reports to the Director.  This person is responsible for and assists the Director in Financial Management, Fund-raising and Advancement, Facilities Management, and Communication and Records/Data Management. Qualifications/Education: Bachelor’s or Master (preferred) degree in accounting, finance, economics or business, competence in Microsoft Office, competence in bookkeeping/development/advancement software, including Sage/Peachtree, effective communication skills, strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks and responsibilities. The deadline for applications is May 20, 2013. 

??*CAMP STELLA MARIS - MEDICAL ADMINISTRATOR (SUMMER)  - The successful candidate will report directly to the Health Director/Camp Director. This is a seasonal position from mid-June through mid- August. Hours/days negotiable, but must be available on Sundays and Mondays - June 23rd through August 18th. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. During pre-camp orientation and training, discuss health and safety procedures, precautions and routines with staff; 2. Conduct annual training with medical staff, including but not limited to, scheduling, medication administration, emergency procedures, electronic medical records (CampDoc), incident report filing, contacting parents/guardians; 3. Meet with Health Director and camp physician prior to camp opening to discuss standing orders; 4. Meet with Head EMT prior to summer to cover expectations and schedule; 5. Order necessary supplies prior to camp opening; 6. Supervise and evaluate medical staff and report any staff issues to the Health Director / Camp Director; 7. Review all health records, flagged by office staff, discussing particular items with the counselor concerned; 8. Plan and implement medical staff in-service meetings and training as necessary; 9. Ensure Nurses are reporting all admissions to the Health Center to the Camp Operations Director and camper’s counselor; 10. Ensure Medical Staff remain in communication with entire Camp Stella Maris staff by scheduling a medical staff member to attend the daily staff (1:05 PM) meeting; 11. Guide the counselors in regard to their responsibilities in noting and reporting illnesses, injury or unsafe practices and conditions that might contribute to camper or staff accidents. Staff should also communicate with the medical staff any concerns with campers’ diet, rapid gain or loss of weight and any symptoms of disturbance such as excessive restless sleep or bed wetting, withdrawal or homesickness; 12. Ensure that administration of medications and treatments are according to parent and/or physician's order and ensure records are kept of all such treatment in daily log and/or incident report. RN will report injuries or illnesses that will require emergency treatment from hospital or other medical facility. Such injuries or illnesses include, but not limited to: bone fractures, lacerations requiring sutures, physical or sexual abuse allegations, and illnesses suspected of being water, food, or airborne, or spread by contact, shall be reported within 1 hour to the Camp Director who will notify the permit issuing official, NYSDOH; 13. Establish time during each shift to provide any needed report to Camp Director; 14. Sunday of Camp Week Responsibilities: (a) review and verify exact directions with parent/guardian and log info; (b) prepare weekly medication sheet and tickets; (c) provide EMT with Camper Medical Report for distribution; (d) review Sunday Medical Evaluation Form after receiving them from counselors; (e) Working with Camp Director, responsible for design and implementation of medical check-in process; 15. Monday of Camp Week Responsibilities: (a) review all incoming health records and communicate vital information to RNs/EMT/Camp Operations Director; (b) begin initial follow-up with all incomplete health forms. All health forms must be complete by 5:00pm Monday. All Day Camp health forms must be complete by 9:00am Tuesday. Camp Director/Day Camp Director must be notified of all outstanding incomplete health forms; 16. Be responsible for all medication brought to camp by campers and use as directed by physician of the camper (according to prescription). Also responsible for returning medications to parent/guardian on departure day via cabin counselors; 17. Ensure distribution of all medication at proper time and “signed-off” at end of each shift; 18. Notify parents when their child(ren) are required to be picked up due to medical reasons; 19. Ensure the Day shift RN communicates verbal report to evening shift RN and Evening RN communicate written report to oncoming day shift RN; 20. In addition to the "close of camp" evaluation, make a written report to include: equipment inventory, requisitions for next summer, treatment records of campers and staff, health center and hospital admissions, visits to M.D., recommendations for health department and medical examination records, and records for insurance companies. OTHER: 1. To provide Camp Stella Maris with a certificate of Insurance for personal mal-practice, with limits not less than $600,000.00, and name the Diocese of Rochester and Camp Stella Maris as additional insured for the time employed as a subcontractor; 2. The Camp will reimburse the nurse either via salary or separate payment for the additional insurance coverage. This amount will be agreed upon before contracts are signed; 3. When operating as a Nurse, responsible for everything listed on the “Nurse” job description as well as the Medical Administrator job description.  QUALIFICATIONS: 1. R.N. Degree and active license to practice in NYS; 2. Current CPR/BLS certification issued by the American Red Cross or its' equivalent (yearly basis); 3. Experience or background in school, pediatric or public health nursing highly desired; 4. Possess excellent management and leadership skills; 5. Proven ability to adapt to new situations; 6. Possess high moral character; 7. Have excellent communication skills; 8. Ability to relate well with children and staff; 9. Strong knowledge in the following computer programs: a. MS Word; b. MS Excel; c. Camp Management Software (Camp Brain); d. Electronic Medical Records (Camp Doc).  TO APPLY:  EOE. Camp Stella Maris is independent, self-supporting entity of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester and is fully accredited by the American Camp Association.  Deadline for applications is May 20, 2013.  Send cover letter, resume and 3 references to Adam Bell, Camp Director at adam@campstellamaris.org or Camp Stella Maris, 4395 East Lake Road, Livonia, NY 144 *CAMP STELLA MARIS - MEDICAL ADMINISTRATOR (SUMMER)  - The successful candidate will report directly to the Health Director/Camp Director. This is a seasonal position from mid-June through mid- August. Hours/days negotiable, but must be available on Sundays and Mondays - June 23rd through August 18th. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. During pre-camp orientation and training, discuss health and safety procedures, precautions and routines with staff; 2. Conduct annual training with medical staff, including but not limited to, scheduling, medication administration, emergency procedures, electronic medical records (CampDoc), incident report filing, contacting parents/guardians; 3. Meet with Health Director and camp physician prior to camp opening to discuss standing orders; 4. Meet with Head EMT prior to summer to cover expectations and schedule; 5. Order necessary supplies prior to camp opening; 6. Supervise and evaluate medical staff and report any staff issues to the Health Director / Camp Director; 7. Review all health records, flagged by office staff, discussing particular items with the counselor concerned; 8. Plan and implement medical staff in-service meetings and training as necessary; 9. Ensure Nurses are reporting all admissions to the Health Center to the Camp Operations Director and camper’s counselor; 10. Ensure Medical Staff remain in communication with entire Camp Stella Maris staff by scheduling a medical staff member to attend the daily staff (1:05 PM) meeting; 11. Guide the counselors in regard to their responsibilities in noting and reporting illnesses, injury or unsafe practices and conditions that might contribute to camper or staff accidents. Staff should also communicate with the medical staff any concerns with campers’ diet, rapid gain or loss of weight and any symptoms of disturbance such as excessive restless sleep or bed wetting, withdrawal or homesickness; 12. Ensure that administration of medications and treatments are according to parent and/or physician's order and ensure records are kept of all such treatment in daily log and/or incident report. RN will report injuries or illnesses that will require emergency treatment from hospital or other medical facility. Such injuries or illnesses include, but not limited to: bone fractures, lacerations requiring sutures, physical or sexual abuse allegations, and illnesses suspected of being water, food, or airborne, or spread by contact, shall be reported within 1 hour to the Camp Director who will notify the permit issuing official, NYSDOH; 13. Establish time during each shift to provide any needed report to Camp Director; 14. Sunday of Camp Week Responsibilities: (a) review and verify exact directions with parent/guardian and log info; (b) prepare weekly medication sheet and tickets; (c) provide EMT with Camper Medical Report for distribution; (d) review Sunday Medical Evaluation Form after receiving them from counselors; (e) Working with Camp Director, responsible for design and implementation of medical check-in process; 15. Monday of Camp Week Responsibilities: (a) review all incoming health records and communicate vital information to RNs/EMT/Camp Operations Director; (b) begin initial follow-up with all incomplete health forms. All health forms must be complete by 5:00pm Monday. All Day Camp health forms must be complete by 9:00am Tuesday. Camp Director/Day Camp Director must be notified of all outstanding incomplete health forms; 16. Be responsible for all medication brought to camp by campers and use as directed by physician of the camper (according to prescription). Also responsible for returning medications to parent/guardian on departure day via cabin counselors; 17. Ensure distribution of all medication at proper time and “signed-off” at end of each shift; 18. Notify parents when their child(ren) are required to be picked up due to medical reasons; 19. Ensure the Day shift RN communicates verbal report to evening shift RN and Evening RN communicate written report to oncoming day shift RN; 20. In addition to the "close of camp" evaluation, make a written report to include: equipment inventory, requisitions for next summer, treatment records of campers and staff, health center and hospital admissions, visits to M.D., recommendations for health department and medical examination records, and records for insurance companies. OTHER: 1. To provide Camp Stella Maris with a certificate of Insurance for personal mal-practice, with limits not less than $600,000.00, and name the Diocese of Rochester and Camp Stella Maris as additional insured for the time employed as a subcontractor; 2. The Camp will reimburse the nurse either via salary or separate payment for the additional insurance coverage. This amount will be agreed upon before contracts are signed; 3. When operating as a Nurse, responsible for everything listed on the “Nurse” job description as well as the Medical Administrator job description.  QUALIFICATIONS: 1. R.N. Degree and active license to practice in NYS; 2. Current CPR/BLS certification issued by the American Red Cross or its' equivalent (yearly basis); 3. Experience or background in school, pediatric or public health nursing highly desired; 4. Possess excellent management and leadership skills; 5. Proven ability to adapt to new situations; 6. Possess high moral character; 7. Have excellent communication skills; 8. Ability to relate well with children and staff; 9. Strong knowledge in the following computer programs: a. MS Word; b. MS Excel; c. Camp Management Software (Camp Brain); d. Electronic Medical Records (Camp Doc).  TO APPLY:  EOE. Camp Stella Maris is independent, self-supporting entity of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester and is fully accredited by the American Camp Association.  Deadline for applications is May 20, 2013.  Send cover letter, resume and 3 references to Adam Bell, Camp Director at adam@campstellamaris.org or Camp Stella Maris, 4395 East Lake Road, Livonia, NY 144

Last Updated: June 18, 2018

 

New jobs & positions will be denoted in red with an asterisk *. 

 


*St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry is seeking a full-time Director of Recruitment, Financial Aid and Alumni.

 

St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, a graduate and professional school that assists men and women in academic, spiritual, interpersonal and spiritual formation for the purpose of ministry in the Dioceses of Rochester and Albany, and Syracuse, seeks a motivated and committed Roman Catholic individual to be the Director of, Recruitment, Financial Aid, and Alumni. This creative and skilled individual will be a key, full time, team member developing strategies for student recruitment, enrollment, and follow up with recent alumni. In addition, this person in this position will assist those students seeking financial aid for the variety of programs offered by St. Bernard’s. An independent, self- motivated thinker, the successful candidate will have had experience at either pastoral and/or administrative levels within a Roman Catholic parish.

 

Interested individuals should forward a cover letter and CV, which includes three qualified references, to Matthew Kuhner, Matthew.Kuhner@stbernards.edu, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, 120 French Rd Rochester, NY 14618. (6/12/2018)

 

 


 

PRESIDENT - Saint Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry

120 French Road

Rochester, New York 14618

www.stbernards.edu 

 

OVERVIEW

The Board of Trustees of Saint Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry invites inquiries, nominations and applications for the position of President, expected to begin on or about August 1, 2018, or soon thereafter. This full-time position requires a combination of mission-based leadership and administrative skills, technological and pedagogical competence, theological/philosophical knowledge, and zeal for the Catholic faith and the New Evangelization.

 

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

Saint Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry, located in Rochester, New York, with extension sites in the Diocese of Albany and the Diocese of Syracuse, is a Roman Catholic graduate and professional school, educating and assisting women and men in academic, ministerial, interpersonal and spiritual formation for the purpose of serving the Church through various forms of ministry; for theological scholarship; and for Christian service in society. Saint Bernard's operates under the original charter of the New York State Department of Education. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the US and Canada, Saint Bernard's offers Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies, Master of Arts (Theological Studies), Master of Divinity (M.Div.) in Theological Professions, and Advanced Certificate in Pastoral Studies.  For more information about the institution, please visit http://www.stbernards.edu/.

 

PERSONAL ABILITIES AND SKILLS

Interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with faculty, staff, students, prospective students, alumni, parishes, Catholic schools, and diocesan representatives.
Ability to represent the School in a professional manner.
Ability to function in a high-energy and changing environment while maintaining a professional demeanor.
Ability to motivate faculty and staff towards continued excellence.
Organizational and creative skills needed for faculty and staff evaluation, management, and instructional development.
Ability to achieve targeted outcomes while involving and supporting faculty and staff.
Effective organizational and time management skills.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated commitment to the Roman Catholic Church as a practicing Catholic, who will be passionate about the School's Catholic identity and who will embody, model, and foster Catholic values and principles in accordance with Ex Corde Ecclesiae.
Intellect, commitment, and energy to support the Saint Bernard's mission.
Personal integrity.
 
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE 
Doctoral degree in theological studies or related field.
Senior leadership and administrative experience in a public, private, or religious higher education setting, preferably for five or more years.
Basic understanding of and experience with financial budgeting and financial statement processes; and experience in strategically managing the budget and financial resources of a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Experience developing mission-oriented programs designed for a changing educational and Catholic environment.
Ability to inspire and support continued excellence in teaching and learning.
Experience and aptitude in fundraising, and commitment to participate in the School's development programs.
Strong record of dynamic leadership, teaching, and impactful mission-related activities which include research and outreach.
Knowledge of online course development and programs.
 
PRESIDENTIAL DUTIES AND EXPECTATIONS
 
The successful candidate will be expected to undertake the following duties, either immediately or in due course.
• Lead strategic planning for the areas of academic affairs, enrollment management, marketing, fundraising, and institutional management.
• Develop academic programs which reflect and fulfill the vision and mission of the Bishop of the Diocese of Rochester, who serves as the Chancellor of the School.
• Undertake similar consultations with the Bishops of Syracuse and Albany.
• Ideally teach one (or more) class(es) in one's area of expertise.
• Assist in the efforts to continually drive enrollment at all School sites.
• In collaboration with the Bishop and the Director of the Office of the Permanent Diaconate of the Diocese of Rochester, implement diaconate formation in accord with the National Directory for the Formation, Ministry, and Life of Permanent Deacons in the United States (U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops).
• Recruit, supervise, evaluate, and retain faculty (full-time and adjunct) and staff, who share the mission of spreading the Gospel, as evidenced in the life of the Church.
• Collaborate with the Academic Dean and Coordinator of Academic Operations to construct and maintain all institutional policy documents, including but not limited to faculty handbook, student handbook, grading guidelines, and disability accommodations.
• Ensure exceptional student education and training at the various levels of degrees or certification. • Assess and manage faculty workload within a strong teacher-scholar environment.
• Continuously improve core programs to meet the ministerial needs within the local dioceses (i.e., diaconate formation, parishes, schools, evangelization, and catechesis).
• Develop and support initiatives related to evangelization and catechesis, in order to assist the diocesan Bishops in their mission to proclaim the Gospel.
• Work with the Controller to strategically manage the financial budgeting and statement processes to ensure effective stewardship and use of financial resources institution-wide.
• Assist in the development and implementation of the Church's Universal and Diocesan Initiatives (e.g., The Year of Mercy, The Year of Faith, The Diocesan Year of the Eucharist, etc.).
• Interface with local organizations and initiatives such as the Rochester Area College Presidents Association, the Annual Diocesan Men's and Women's Conferences, the Brennan Goldman Institute for Catholic Jewish Understanding and/or other comparable organizations.
• Ensure quality standards and best practices to inform and support instructional design, online pedagogy, instructional technology, faculty evaluation, and distance education.
• When applicable, participate in all activities related to the New York State Department of Education and Association of Theological Schools in the accreditation process.
• Help maintain and lead the re-accreditation review by the Association of Theological Schools (five years hence).
• Serve on committees of the Board of Trustees as appropriate. In addition to management duties in faculty affairs, budgeting, personnel, enrollment, and grant funding, the President, as institutional representative, will be visible in the life of the parishes and schools.
 
POSITIONS SUPERVISED
 
• Academic Dean • Faculty
• Coordinator of Academic Operations
• Director of Recruitment and Financial Aid
• Director of Development
• Controller • Director of Albany Program
• Facilities Director
• Other Administrative personnel
 
APPLICATION INFORMATION
 
The Presidential Search Committee will begin reviewing submitted documents and continue this process until the position is filled. Viable candidates will be contacted with application and interview information. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and, upon request, a list of three (3) references prior to June 1, 2018, to the following email address: presidentsearch@stbernards.edu. Please, no telephone calls. Saint Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry assumes a Ministerial Exception.  (05/04/2018)