Director of Campus Ministry
February 13, 2023
Long Island Campus
The Director of Campus Ministry position develops implements and provides
spiritual programs and religious service activities, which serve to enhance
the character and development of St. Joseph's University Long Island campus
students, faculty and staff. This is a full‐time position that may require
night and weekend work.
Supervises : Campus Ministry Assistant and Student Workers
Education Required : Master's Degree; Biblical/Theological Studies, MA in
Theology/Pastoral Theology, Masters of Divinity
Experience Required : Minimum of 3 years' experience working with College
Skills, Characteristics Required for Position
Commitment to the mission and values of a university founded in the
Ability to foster a warm caring environment;
Ability to communicate successfully across departments and with various
constituents, including external contacts;
Strong organizational skills, including time management skills and the
ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities;
Ability to work independently;
Ability to effectively supervise additional support staff and/or work
study students may be required;
Ability to work nights and weekends as required.
Develop programs and activities that facilitate faith formation, the
development of spirituality, promote knowledge of the Catholic tradition,
and prayer experiences for the College community with emphasis on engaging
students, increasing student
participation, and developing student leadership.
Collaborate with faculty, staff and students to plan, organize, promote,
and oversee College liturgies and services, including but not limited to
masses, special liturgies and prayer services.
Promote interfaith community experiences for students, faculty and staff;
Assist in providing all members of the SJC Community with access to
religious leaders of a variety of faith traditions for Spiritual
Counseling, Companioning and Direction if
Create a strong presence of spiritual and religious life on campus and in
the community through programming and spiritual practices and engagements,
which include but not limited to Founder's Day Celebrations, Brentwood
Service Day, Thanksgiving Food Drive and National Vocation Awareness Week.
Participate actively in planning and promoting community outreach/service
programs/projects that support the College Mission and provide faculty,
staff and students learning through service opportunities.
Oversee use/cleanliness of the campus Chapel/Meditation/Prayer room for
services, events and programs.
Serves as a member of the Student Life leadership team and assists in the
development, implementation, and assessment of the division's mission and
Provide direct services and programming aimed to increase retention,
completion, satisfaction and overall well-being.
Design program and student learning outcomes and assessment measures that
are informed by theoretical frameworks and that align with the College's
outcomes, goals, and values; process and evaluate results to inform
practice; research and stay current
on theories and best practices in the field.
Serve as Advisor to Campus Clubs/Organizations.
Work collaboratively to provide spiritual guidance, leadership, and
mentoring to students.
Chair the Food Pantry Committee.
Maintain consistent and reliable attendance.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Student
Affairs/Associate Vice President for Student Life.
Participate in campus/department/committee meetings as required.
Collaborate with Brooklyn campus to provide coordinated services to
Application Process and Additional Information
Starting Salary: $65,000
Please submit resumes to:
Janelle M. Hill, M.P.A., M.S
Associate Vice President for Student Life
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