As the spiritual leader in the school, the candidate must be a practicing Catholic who actively promotes, supports and upholds the teachings of the Catholic Church in word and deed. The candidate must have a Master’s degree or higher in Educational Administration or equivalent, and have, or be eligible for, a NC Principal License.
The school seeks candidates that have the qualifications, attributes and experiences for the following responsibilities:
Serves as a role model of the faith and collaborates with the local pastor in order to lead the spiritual development of the school in liturgy, daily prayer and academic programs.
Complies with diocesan policies and procedures as mandated by the Superintendent of the Catholic Schools Office.
Acts as ambassador for the school to all constituencies including faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, neighbors and business communities.
Works with the MACS office to help lead the financial and business affairs of the school, including: operational supervision of facilities, maintenance, food service, fund-raising, enrollment and tuition.
Ensures that the school’s mission and instructional programs are being effectively implemented in each classroom.
Monitors the school’s instructional and operational accountability, including collecting, analyzing, and reporting school and student performance data.
Utilizes data for development of long range planning and to drive decision-making.
Works with the CSO to plan professional development of faculty and staff including goal setting and periodic evaluation.
About Diocese of Charlotte
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.