Employment Opportunities

Applicants will not be contacted for an interview until a completed application is submitted.

Immediate Openings

High School Campus Minister

Job Description Guidelines

Purpose and Scope

Under the supervision of the principal, the campus minister helps create an environment that encourages and guides all members to contribute to the Catholic identity of the campus and the formation of a faith community which responds to the spiritual needs of the students, teachers, staff, and parents. In collaboration with the administration, school pastor, faculty and staff, parents, students, and parishes, the campus minister brings to life a campus rich in the school's charism, spiritual growth, prayer, discipleship, sacramental experiences, social justice and preparation of leaders in service for the Church and society.

Essential Job Functions

A. Forming a Faith Community

• Facilitates an atmosphere of Christian hospitality where all feel welcome, based on Catholic faith traditions and rituals

• Acknowledges and celebrates diversity within the school community

• Communicates regularly with the principal, pastor, faculty, staff, students, and parents regarding campus ministry activities, programs, and projects

B. Spiritual Growth

• Provides opportunities for others to deepen their relationship with Christ

• Organizes, plans, and implements an effective retreat program for students that contributes to community building, faith development, evangelization, and leadership enrichment

C. Religion Classes/ Department Chair

Teaches religion classes at the Junior/ Senior High School:

  • Work collaboratively with a department team focused on student achievement and data-driven interventions
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction to address departmental standards
  • Prepare lessons, grade student work, maintain digital grade-book
Chair of the Religion Department:
  • Involves coordination and collaboration of curriculum among faculty
  • Attendance and participation in department chair meetings
  • Supervises/ coaches religion faculty in coordination with the principal

D. Prayer and Sacramental experiences

• Offers a variety of prayer experiences, both personal, communal, and seasonal (i.e., adoration)

• Provides opportunities for students, staff and faculty to celebrate the Sacraments, especially the Eucharist and Reconciliation including penance services during Advent and Lent

• Coordinates liturgical celebrations including monthly school-wide and faculty Masses with the school pastor or local parish priests

• Organizes training for liturgical ministers; extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist, lectors, servers and all other students involved with liturgical celebrations

• Assists the choir and choir director in the selection of appropriate sacred music that will enhance student participation at school liturgies

• Coordinates the use of the chapel

E. Social Justice

• Nurtures students in social consciousness based on the Gospels and Catholic Social Teachings

• Empowers work for justice and service

• Infuses the concepts of justice, peace, human dignity, and the integrity of creation into all aspects of ministry

• Insures a pro-life presence on campus by maintaining student/faculty awareness through across the curriculum assistance, and the use of posters, announcements, special programs, committees, etc.

• Insures an awareness of the missions through such activities as fundraising and inviting missionaries as guest speakers

F. Preparation of Leaders for the Church

• Encourages students to discern the vocation for which God has created them

• Provides opportunities for students to lead various activities to be prepared for vocation and leadership roles

• Maintains information on vocations to the priesthood and religious life that is readily available for students on campus. Coordinates individual follow-up with interested students including referral to vocation directors and vocation retreats

Additional Job Functions

• Is visible and present on the school campus and at school activities

• Maintains a close relationship with the school pastor and youth leaders in neighboring parishes

• Attends to own personal, professional and spiritual development

• Stays abreast of current developments in the area of school/campus ministry

• Is available to students, faculty, staff, and parents

• Trains, prepares and assigns student altar servers and lectors for all liturgies

• Performs any other job-related tasks deemed necessary and/or assigned by the principal

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

• Demonstrates personal self-discipline, is adaptable and flexible in routine and unexpected situations

• Has skills in communication, initiative, creativity, and problem solving

• Able to work in a team setting

• Utilizes effectively and appropriately 21st-century technology

Minimum Qualifications

• Practicing Catholic with an active sacramental and faith-life and in good standing with the Church

• Bachelor's degree (Masters degree preferred)

• Has or working toward Religion Certification

• Received Safe Environment (VIRTUS) Training

Application Requirements:

Applicants will not be contacted for an interview until a completed application is submitted.

Contact:
teresa.lucas@ihcschool.org
315-788-4670, x. 1

Open Positions

All Levels Substitute Teachers

Job Description


Applicants will not be contacted for an interview until a completed application is submitted.

Multiple substitute positions for grades K to 12; certification desired.

The successful candidate already thrives in an environment where people are always learning and improving their skills and themselves.This person should also be flexible and adaptable.

Location

IHC Junior/Senior High School /

IHC Elementary (Primary & Intermediate)

Application Requirements

  1. Cover letter
  2. Resume’
  3. Three (3) references
  4. Application: Non Teaching Application

Contact

All Levels Teaching Postions

Applicants will not be contacted for an interview until a completed application is submitted.

We accept applications for full-time teaching positions across all grade levels and subject areas—PreK-12 – throughout the year.

Multiple positions for grades K to 12; certification desired.

The successful candidate already thrives in an environment where people are always learning and improving their skills and themselves.This person should also be flexible and adaptable.

Location

IHC Junior/Senior High School /

IHC Elementary (Primary & Intermediate)

Application Requirements

  1. Cover letter
  2. Resume’
  3. Three (3) references
  4. Transcripts
  5. Teacher Certification
  6. Application: Teaching Application

Applicants will not be contacted for an interview until a completed application is submitted.


Contact

All Levels Custodian Positions

Job Description

Custodian position available, approximately 20-25 hours per week, including night shifts and some weekends until summer. Must be self motivated, dependable, hardworking, a team player, and enjoy working within a school setting. The compensation is comparable for our area. Prior cleaning experience preferred, but not mandatory. References preferred and must have a good background check.

* Elementary position has slightly different hours

Location

IHC High School

Application Requirements

  1. Resume’
  2. References
  3. Application: Non Teaching Application

Contact

For HS Applications

  • teresa.lucas@ihcschool.org
  • 315-788-4670, x.1

We accept applications for full-time teaching positions across all grade levels and subject areas—PreK-12 – throughout the year.

Applicants will not be contacted for an interview until a completed application is submitted.