The Catholic Church in Western North Carolina, a rapidly growing region, is seeking a dynamic, transformational leader who is a committed and practicing Catholic with the necessary spiritual and intellectual formation as well as academic credentials and experience to lead our 19 Diocesan schools. A Master’s degree in education or a related field is required.The candidate must be well versed in the educational documents of the Church and committed to embracing and implementing the Catholic philosophy of education expressed in them; will be strongly committed to and passionate about Catholic Schools and their mission; will be a mission-driven, visionary, energetic, innovative, confident and collaborative leader who inspires cooperation and growth.
The Superintendent reports to the Vicar for Education and leads the Catholic Schools Office. The position also serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the regional school system comprised of the nine schools in the greater Charlotte area.
The Catholic Schools Office serves, supports, and challenges the Catholic community in the Diocese toward continual and planned growth in Catholic identity, academic excellence, community support and service, and financial viability.
For more information and consideration, please send resume and a cover letter with salary requirements to:
Ms. Kay Jordan, 1123 South Church Street, Charlotte, NC 28203 or to email@example.com ; Phone: 704-370-3244.
Applications accepted through January 31, 2020.
About Diocese of Charlotte, NC
We, the people of God in the Diocese of Charlotte, fortified in the Father, redeemed in the Son, empowered in the Spirit, are called to grow ever more perfectly into a community of praise, worship, and witness. We seek to become evermore enthusiastically a leaven of service and a sign of peace through love in Piedmont and Western North Carolina.
The Diocese of Charlotte was established in 1972. It is located in western North Carolina and encompasses 46 counties and 20,700 square miles. The diocese is made up of 92 parishes and missions and 19 schools, with an estimated population of 450,000 Catholics.