Job Summary: Communicates, collaborates and cooperates closely with each of the ten coordinators and ministries under the auspices of the “Family Life” umbrella, all of which are bilingual. They are: Engaged Encounter, Sponsor Couple Program-Marriage Preparation, Foccus, Marriage Encounter, Natural Family Planning (maintains certification and qualification for ministry specialists for Billings and las Americas ovulation methods), Cana II, Beginning Experience, RCA (Recovering Couple Anonymous), Reverence for Life (Project Gabriel), maintains parish-based support for inquiries for Bereavement support, Rachel’s Vineyard and Retrouvaille. Serves as liaison for Knights of Columbus, Charismatic Renewal, other movements as assigned and ACTS. Answer questions concerning marriage preparation and knowledgeable of the Archdiocesan and Diocesan guidelines in this regard. Organizes meetings, attends annual conferences, and represents the ministry at various functions. Conducts on site training for parishes and vicariate requests for lay ministers especially in rural locations. Provides support to diocesan support ministries and parishes.
Supervisor: Chancellor and Moderator of the Curia
Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Communicates, collaborates and cooperates with umbrella ministries.
2. Provides information on the diocesan guidelines for marriage and answers questions.
3. Organizes and conducts Family Life Commission meetings at least twice a year in order to keep the lines of communication open, discuss ways to improve the ministry and deal with complaints.
4. Responsible for the following annual functions: World Marriage Day (February), and collaborates with the Walk for Life Rally and Mass.
5. Fills in for Director at meetings and various functions when they are not able to do so.
6. Deals with problems as they arise within the ministry among the various leadership or team members.
7. Attends the annual Spring Region Meeting.
8. Attends the NACFLM Annual Convention.
9. Prepares and manages the ministry budget.
10. Collaborates with other diocesan ministries.
11. Make decisions which involve the ministry.
12. Participates in staff retreats and continuing education.
1. Previous experience in ministry and community work.
2. Bilingual with good communication and writing skills.
3. Ability to prepare and manage a budget.
4. Ability to organize, plan, and conduct meetings.
5. Ability to work well with others.
6. Willingness to travel and attend meetings outside of usual work day.
7. Knowledge of or willingness to learn the Marriage Guidelines for the Diocese of El Paso and the Marriage Guidelines for the Texas Catholic Conference.
8. Be ministry oriented.
9. A bachelor’s degree in the area of Theology/Sociology (Family Life) or related field is preferable.
1. Office hours are Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, some evening and weekend work will be required to meet the needs of ministry.
2. Notify immediate supervisor of any changes in work schedule.
3. Use of own vehicle. Will be reimbursed for mileage at the current rate.
Disclaimer Clause: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Schedule of hours Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with one hour lunch from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
2. Schedule will vary according to the needs of the Ministry, especially when evening and/or weekend work is required.
3. Overtime is not approved, unless authorized by the Director and Chancery Office.
Position: Part-time Classroom Clerk
Ministry: Tepeyac Institute
FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt
JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for setting up classroom(s) with tables, chairs and necessary supplies. Take care of attendance and report to office daily activity.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for the arrangement of classroom settings to include tables, chairs, audio visual equipment, computer, refreshment and occasional clean up.
2. Responsible for maintaining refreshment equipment and supplies in a clean and working order.
3. Assists class participants register their attendance at each class by utilizing computer equipment and software programs.
4. Responsible for picture taking, making ID cards and issuance of ID cards to participants
5. Responsible for verifying that all participants have a registration form, sponsorship signature, and are entered in the computer.
6. Prepares and maintains daily attendance reports for the Registrar.
7. Reports any irregularities to supervisor.
8. Responsible for ensuring that computer equipment is returned to the Tepeyac office.
9. Assists presenters by providing class handouts, photocopying, and other items upon request.
10. Turns on and sets up equipment prior to class: camera settings, VCR, mats and other equipment.
11. Tests equipment in advance of use to assure that equipment is ready for use before courses begin.
12. Serves as an on hand facilitator and assistant to instructor during class.
13. Other duties as assigned.
14. Participates on Employee Retreats.
1. High school graduate or GED
2. Knowledge, skills and experience in personal computers and word processing (i.e., WINDOWS, ACCESS)
3. Ability to communicate effectively and in a professional manner with students, teachers and helpers.
4. Ability to compose correspondence and reports with accuracy and proper format.
5. Ability to lift more than 10 lbs (tables chairs, and equipment)
For the 2020-2021 school year, the Diocese of El Paso is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving in one of our 11 schools (3 high schools and 9 elementary schools). Full-time teachers administer high quality, standards-based instruction to a group of diverse learners, and serves as a faculty member. All positions report directly to the principal.
The following teaching positions are on the following levels:
· Supports the philosophy and mission of Catholic education and acts as a witness to Gospel values and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
· Supports and adheres to policies, procedures, and codes of conduct of the school, the diocese, and State of Texas.
· Promotes the spiritual and academic welfare of all students.
· Prepares and administers high quality, standards-based instruction.
· Uses various methodologies and levels of student questioning to engage students.
· Assesses student progress and provides effective and timely feedback.
· Provides homework that is necessary and relevant.
· Cooperates with staff related to students with learning differences to ensure the education of the whole student and equitable learning.
· Differentiates instruction and implements response to intervention practices, as necessary.
· Implements instructional technology effectively.
· Builds and maintains positive communication and rapport with colleagues, students, and families.
· Administers and manages the classroom and its organization; maintains discipline and control; and monitors student behavior and activities.
· Shares responsibilities for committees and co-curricular activities/duties.
· Attends meetings, services, and events as required by the principal.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Ability to support the mission of the school, and acts as a witness to Gospel values and teachings of the Catholic Church.
· Bachelor’s Degree (education or related/content field).
· Appropriation State certification/licensure is preferred, but an applicant’s willing to undertake certification/additional coursework will be considered.
· Sensitivity to and appreciation of multicultural student populations and educational needs.
· Appropriate Content Knowledge.
· Ability to communicate effectively.
· Ability to work well with a team of professionals.
· Classroom experience preferred.
· Experience with online gradebook and Google school applications preferred.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
· Successful professional reference check.
· Successful FBI and State BCI background checks.
· Successful completion of Virtus safe environment certification.
· Salary and benefits are contingent on experience and assignment with the school.
To apply, please email the following in a single file: cover letter, résumé (with detailed academic background), transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable during the application process), and a list of 2 professional references to:
RE: Teaching/School Positions
El Paso Diocese’s Catholic Schools Office
499 Saint Matthews St., Building G
El Paso, Texas 79907