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  • Superintendent of Catholic Schools -- Diocese of Worcester

    The Diocese of Worcester is comprised of some 290,000 Catholics amid a total population of over 800,000 in Central Massachusetts. There are more than 6,500 students under Catholic instruction in the Diocese attending 29 diocesan, parochial and private elementary and high schools. The next Superintendent of Catholic Schools will discover in this opportunity a wealth of talent among teachers, administrators, pastors, and volunteer leadership and will bring to this position a commitment to the Gospel message, the ability to champion Catholic Education's formation of the whole student, and demonstrated accomplishment in educational excellence. That person will also bring a dedication to the mission of the Diocese of Worcester to serve all in need and active personal involvement as a practicing Catholic. See www.worcesterdiocese.org/schools for a pdf of the detailed Search Prospectus and Profile.

    About the Diocese of Worcester
    The Diocese of Worcester has nearly 1,000 Lay Employees working throughout Worcester County in almost every function, and we have varied opportunities for employment. The position offers a competitive salary and benefits package. We are committed to work/life balance as well as a focus on providing professional opportunities for ongoing success. We are proud to serve our communities with quality education that develops well-rounded individuals and a lifelong commitment to faith, family, understanding and community. The Diocese of Worcester does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices (consistent with those religious exemptions provided in statutory and constitutional law) on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

  • Real Estate Salesperson

    Outstanding Opportunity! Positive attitude, good people skills more important than experience! Part- or full-time. Call John or Mike Connor at 781-581-5940. CONNOR REAL ESTATE.

  • SW Engineer

    Boston SoftDesign Inc. is looking for a skilled SW Engineer. You'll be working on HMI applications, Web tools and databases. Job Duties: Implementation of HMI applications with Qt, QML and EB Guide as well as web testing tools (HTML, JS, PHP); Working with DBs; Configuring Head Units and HMI testing; Clarify the requirements and work close with the team. Requirements: BS in Computer Science. Experience with MySQL or Postgre SQL; 3 years of experience in automotive software development; Experience in C, C++; Strong knowledge of QNX, QT, HMI concepts; EB Guide Development is a plus; 3 years of Web Dev experience; Send your resume to info@bostonsd.com. Phone: 617-527-4292 Address: Boston SoftDesign Inc., 200 Wells Avenue, Suite 201, Newton, MA 02459.

  • Alumni and Parent Relations Officer

    The Newman School, an independent co-ed day school founded in 1945 and located in Boston's Back Bay, prepares students for success in higher education and life. With a culture that is uniquely welcoming and supportive, Newman provides students from diverse backgrounds an opportunity to pursue serious studies in the company of like-minded peers and instructors. Academics are organized around the principles of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

    Newman is expanding its Advancement team and seeks an energetic, outgoing and organized Alumni and Parent Relations Officer. Reporting to the Director of Advancement, the Alumni and Parent Relations Officer will be responsible for creating a comprehensive alumni and parent relations program that inspires engagement with, and financial support of, Newman, recruiting and managing alumni and parent volunteers, and planning and executing a wide range of activities and events that build community.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Alumni and Parent Relations
    -- Create a detailed alumni and parent relations plan, with goals and a calendar of events and activities, to meet Newman's advancement objectives.
    -- Develop an active alumni committee to drive event planning, fundraising, and other outreach opportunities.
    -- Develop an active parent committee to drive event planning, fundraising, and other outreach opportunities.
    -- Identify alumni and parent profiles for newsletter -- interview alums and write articles as needed.
    -- Assist classes with milestone reunion planning
    -- Expand young alumni cultivation and outreach

    Events
    -- Plan and execute events and activities for parents and alumni, including the annual Demers Scholarship event in the fall.
    -- Manage and track event registration, including entering constituent data in Raiser's Edge.
    -- Handle all pre- and post-event work including meeting coordination, generating donor thank-you letters, follow-up, vendor procurement and payments.

    Marketing and Communications
    -- Ensure adequate promotion of events through print, email, social media, and volunteer deployment.
    -- Write copy and sources photos for event materials, website, newsletters, flyers, social media and other communication outlets.
    -- Assist Director of Advancement with communications to alumni and parents, including developing and writing newsletter content.

    Other
    -- Manage constituent data in Raiser's Edge.
    -- Ensure constituent data is accurate and updated.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    -- Minimum of 3 years of work experience in a professional setting.
    -- Polished and outgoing demeanor.
    -- Adept at working both collaboratively and independently.
    -- Strong written and organizational skills are imperative.
    -- Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and social media platforms.
    -- Ability to work occasional weekends and evenings.
    -- Willingness to travel locally to meet with volunteers 15 percent of the time.
    -- Experience with independent schools a plus, but not required.
    -- Familiarity with Raiser's Edge, Salesforce or other CRM tool a plus.

    BENEFITS
    -- Salary commensurate with experience
    -- Flexible schedule possible.

    Resume and cover letter should be sent to newmanschoolalumnioffice@newmanboston.org.

  • Parish Education Coordinator

    The Initiative for Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning seeks a full-time Parish Education Coordinator at the Pastoral Center, Braintree.

    SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Chief Healthcare Ethicist for the Archdiocese of Boston who also serves as the Director of the Initiative for Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning, the Parish Education Coordinator works with staff members of parishes and collaboratives to establish a schedule of ongoing educational events to disseminate information about palliative care, advance care planning and other related topics, such as physician-assisted suicide.

    DESCRIPTION: This position works closely with the Chief Healthcare Ethicist in all planning and implementation stages of the palliative care initiative, including educational sessions, preparation of materials related to the initiative, development of a toolkit for use by others involved in the educational activities of the initiative, preparation and execution of the annual Palliative Care Colloquium and so on. Primary role involves developing a working relationship with pastors and their staffs to coordinate the strategic pastoral activities that will lead to ongoing education within the parish/collaborative communities and collaboration with pastoral resource groups dedicated to offering palliative care information about access and further education.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    -- Serves with the Chief Healthcare Ethicist/Director of Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning for the development and delivery of palliative care education.
    -- Supports creation of related programs and materials.
    -- Researches pending issues and policies for Chief Healthcare Ethicist, so that current information about impactful societal trends is always available and considered in updating presentations and materials.
    -- Creates and maintains relationships and communications with parish and collaborative pastoral staffs to organize community-based educational presentations about palliative care and advance care planning.
    -- Assists Chief Healthcare Ethicist/Director of Initiative for Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning in community-based education about how to combat increasingly aggressive efforts to legalize assisted suicide.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    -- Clinical background in medicine, nursing, social work or chaplaincy preferred with working familiarity with Palliative Care; Master's degree preferred.
    -- Minimum of 5 years experience in healthcare setting
    -- A track record of success in building positive and enduring relationships with parish and/or community leaders, healthcare providers.
    -- A comprehensive knowledge of Catholic teaching as it relates to Catholic healthcare.
    -- Excellent ability to communicate and explain Catholic teaching as it pertains to healthcare, and particularly palliative care and advance care planning.

    Email your resume to the Human Resources Department at: hr_staffing@rcab.org.

  • The Training Associates

    Trainers Wanted: All IT and Business Skills -- On Demand -- Largest Trainer Provider.
    Help Wanted: Sales, Telemarketers, and Other Positions -- Full time and part time. Contract Learning and Development Talent.
    TheTrainingAssociates.com -- 508.890.8500 -- Westboro, MA.

  • Administrator (School Principal) Mercymount Country Day School

    Position: July 1, 2017.
    Mercymount Country Day School, established in 1948, in Cumberland, Rhode Island, is a Catholic, independent, co-ed school sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy Northeast Community. Students from Preschool to Grade 8 are served by a caring and creative faculty dedicated to educating the whole child. Mercymount is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. The Principal oversees the broad spectrum of faith formation, academics, community involvement, extracurricular activities and all programs for carrying out the mission of the school.
    As a Mercy school, Mercymount is a member of MESA (Mercy Education Systems of the Americas).
    The candidate must have the qualifying degrees and experience in elementary education. He/she must be a practicing Catholic and have the time and vision necessary to meet the needs and challenges of this recognized school of distinction. The Principal is directly accountable to the Board of Trustees.
    Candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest, resume and five letters of reference electronically to Peggy Caldwell, Search Committee Chairperson, at pcaldwel@hmea.org by March 17, 2017.
    For further information, please visit our web site at www.mercymount.org. Mercymount Country Day School, 35 Wrentham Road, Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864.

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