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POSITION: Coordinator for Spirituality

REPORTS TO: Director of the Office of Spirituality and the Sister Dorothy Stang Center
STATUS: Full:time, 11:months, Exempt
SUPERVISES: Spirituality Interns
In alignment with the Universitys core values, the Hallmarks of a Notre Dame Learning Community, and the mission of social justice and global peace, the Coordinator for Community Engagement within the Office of Spirituality and the Sister Dorothy Stang Center oversees a comprehensive spiritual development programs and experiences that prepare students for a life of service in their chosen fields, and helps to facilitate integration of spirituality into curricular and co:curricular programs in order to illuminate the connection between spirituality and social change.

:Work with students and the campus chaplain to create liturgy that is relevant to the young adult college student population.
:Invite and nurture the gifts of the student community, providing training in the areas of lecturing, Eucharistic Ministry, music ministry and hospitality.
:Assist in planning ecumenical prayer services in response to local and global issues that call for a prayerful response.
:Assist the Director of the Center for Spirituality with student retreats and other spiritual programs serving the student and campus wide community. Assist with planning, coordination and execution of both one time and annual retreats
:Plan and participate in Alternative Spring Break
:Assists with Foundress Week celebration
Spirituality Interns
:Leads and manages all aspects of the Spirituality Interns with support from the Director
:Develops and implements intensive week:long orientation, ongoing support, weekly one hour meetings, critical reflection, academic connections, and skill development training.
:Supervises graduate student intern in support of this program (when applicable).
:Provides day:to:day supervision and coaching to Spirituality Interns in all their duties.
:Guides students as they create a calendar of spiritual education programs/events. Supports students in delivering one:time and ongoing direct spiritual opportunities
:Guides students in creating and implementing assessment for programs.
:Maintains ongoing communication with all Spirituality Interns community partners through phone calls, emails, visits, and evaluation meetings.
:Coordinates Financial Aid contracts and payroll for student employees.
:Utilizes a database to track community partnerships, specific projects, outcomes
:Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate the student Spirituality Interns members.
:Develop and implement a comprehensive program model and training program for Spirituality Interns in consultation with the Director
:Participate in rotating on:call duty coverage and assist in crisis response.
:Monitor and evaluate programmatic effectiveness utilizing a variety of assessment techniques.
:Facilitate program processes including but not limited to requests for space, marketing, funding, logistics, work with advisors and campus partners, and evaluation.
:Adjudicates student conduct cases as
determined/overseen by the Assistant Dean of Students.
:Serve as a Title IX intake officer as needed/ assigned.
:Bachelors degree required. Masters degree preferred College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Theology, Religious Studies, Social Work or related field preferred, or related experience working in non:profit, social service or similar settings.
:Two years experience in interfaith, spirituality, campus ministry, programming and large:scale event management.
:Knowledge of student development and leadership theory.
:Experience and ability to effectively advise and mentor students
:Experience with duty response or crisis management.
:Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
:Experience and knowledge of Catholic Social T


• Location: San Mateo

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