Charlotte, NC 

(Full-Time)

Greg Monroe (’08) is the new superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Charlotte and is seeking qualified candidates to fill these two key positions

Charlotte Catholic High School

Theology Teacher
A full-time position to begin August 2020. The salary will be Diocesan scale based on experience and qualifications.

QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Theology / Theology & Catechetics from a Catholic college or university.

APPLICATION
Click here to download an application, which is in PDF Fillable format, and you must include it with your resume.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Seeking teaching candidates for the Theology Department, who are willing to work in collaboration with the Department of Campus Ministry in order to enhance and solidify the Catholic identity of the school.Candidates should be practicing Catholics, in good standing with the Church, knowledgeable of the curriculum guidelines of the USCCB, and willing to commit with fidelity to the teachings of the Magisterium. Charlotte Catholic High School is located in the rapidly growing Diocese of Charlotte. It seeks to inspire lives nourished by prayer, sacraments, and charity, to promote the dignity of human life, and to recognize the pursuit of academics as a revelation of divine truth. “The soul of education is the education of the soul” (Pope Pius XI).

APPLICATION & RESUME SENT TO:
Fr. Joseph Matlak, Chaplain
Charlotte Catholic High School 7702 Pineville-Matthews Road
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
jktelford@charlottecatholic.com | gpmonroe@charlottediocese.org
(980) 498-5046

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Coordinator of Campus Ministry
A full-time position to begin August 2020. The salary will be Diocesan scale based on experience and qualifications.

The successful applicant will be a member of the Department of Campus Ministry at Charlotte Catholic High School, which bears the role of providing assistance to the Chaplain – who is appointed by the
bishop as Director of Campus Ministry to foster, promote, and strengthen the Catholic identity, mission, culture, and spiritual life of all students, faculty, and staff of the school community, in accordance with the teachings of the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

Candidates should be practicing Catholics, in good standing with the Church, knowledgeable of the curriculum guidelines of the USCCB, and willing to commit with fidelity to the teachings of the Magisterium. A recommendation from candidate’s Catholic Pastor indicating participation in the life of the Church is required.

Appropriate undergraduate or graduate degree required, or relevant experience. The ideal candidate will possess experience in faith formation and coordination, and a knowledge of working with young people and of professional interaction patterns with colleagues and parents. Candidate will possess talent to coordinate events, a high attention to detail, and the ability to apply the Catholic faith to youth in a manner that is both orthodox and accessible.

Charlotte Catholic High School seeks to inspire lives nourished by prayer, sacraments, and charity, to promote the dignity of human life, and to recognize the pursuit of academics as a revelation of divine truth. Our guiding principles are taken from the Holy See’s Teaching on Catholic Schools, and are summed up by the idea that “the soul of education is the education of the soul” (Pope Pius XI).

Email or Mail Application & Resume:
Fr. Joseph Matlak, Chaplain
Charlotte Catholic High School, 7702 Pineville-Matthews Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
ktelford@charlottecatholic.com | gpmonroe@charlottediocese.org
(980) 498-5046

Moreover, HERE is a link to other teaching positions available at Charlotte Catholic High School and HERE is a link to positions available in the diocese of Charlotte.