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Computer Science Teacher

Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School (Indianapolis, IN)

Reports to: Chair of Media and Information Sciences Department

Courses traditionally taught under this position are Digital Citizenship (required of all first year students); Robotics; Web Design, Computer Programming I and II, AP Computer Science
(Java), Special Topics/ Independent Study. New course offerings are possible dependent on candidate expertise. Summer School opportunities are possible with this position (Digital Citizenship) for Summer 2018.

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Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations

Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School (Indianapolis, IN)

Reports to: Executive Director for Advancement

The Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations leads all aspects of Brebeuf Jesuit’s annual campaign for The Brebeuf Fund and other annual giving initiatives, from direct mail to reunion giving to personal outreach. The Director also serves as the primary staff liaison for the Alumni Board, working with Board leadership to implement their annual operations, and serves as the staff lead for all reunion programming and alumni communications.This position reports to the Executive Director of Advancement.

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Co-Director 

Emmaus House Spirituality Center (Des Moines, IA)

Grounded in Ignatian spirituality, Emmaus House Spirituality Center provides spiritual direction, directed retreats for individuals, and various programs of spiritual formation and prayer for individuals, parishes, and groups. Co-Directors work in collaboration with each other, the Board of Directors, and volunteers. The ideal applicant for full-time Co-Director will have a master’s degree in Spirituality or equivalent, with certification in spiritual direction; and formation in and commitment to Ignatian spirituality. Job description can be found online at: www.theEmmausHouse.org.  

Send resume, letter of application and references to: hr@dmdiocese.org by May 15, 2018, using the email Subject Line:  Co-Director at Emmaus House. 

Questions, call Emmaus House Board Chair at: 515-321-8519.


Men's and Women's Team Coordinator (2)

Ignatian Spirituality Project

Reports to: Regional Coordinator

This is a roughly a 16 hr/week volunteer opportunity.  Some weekends and evenings are required

This position involves retreat coordination, volunteer management and the opportunity to work with men and women who are homeless and in recovery from addiction.Click here for full details of these volunteer positions.

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To apply for one of these volunteer positions or for answers to questions, please call or email Jan O’Halloran, ISP Regional Coordinator.

jan@ispretreats.org

312-226-9184 – Office phone

708-653-2950 – Cell phone

Visit our website for information on the Ignatian Spirituality Project  ispretreats.org.


Adult Chaplain (Part-time)

St. Ignatius College Prep (Chicago, IL)

The Adult Chaplain is a person who feels called to provide spiritual direction for the entire adult community here at Saint Ignatius College Prep. She/he should be grounded in the Scriptures, sustained by a deep prayer life, acquainted with the various ways of spirituality, and carefully trained in the area of discernment. The Adult Chaplain should also be in ongoing spiritual direction themselves, and be willing to share their faith journey with others.

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