Employment Opportunities

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Atlantic-Midwest Current Openings

Executive Director of SSND Departmental Programs

The School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) of the Atlantic Midwest Province are seeking to hire an Executive Director of SSND Departmental Programs. The role of the Executive Director is to provide strategic leadership and assume supervisory responsibility for interdepartmental collaboration among a minimum of five departments. This is a full-time position. Qualified candidates possess an understanding of the mission and charism of SSND, familiarity with and ability to function within the framework of a Catholic faith-based institution, a minimum of seven years in a management leadership position, and demonstrated commitment to building a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.  The Executive Director reports directly to the Provincial Leader. For necessary forms contact Liz Klein at lklein@amssnd.org.

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Associate Director of Ministry Services

The Atlantic-Midwest Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (AMSSND) is seeking a mission-oriented, inspiring and creative leader to partner with SSND in mission and ministry through their Department of Ministry Services. The primary function of this position is mission formation for new lay leaders (CEO's and selected leadership of sponsored ministries, province staff), the orientation of new employees, board support and resource creation. In collaboration with the director, formation takes place in the context of the SSND mission and educational vision, their Directional Statement and JPIC commitments, including being a Laudato Si’ congregation.

This position is to be filled immediately  

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Content Specialist (Search Reopened)

The province is seeking a part-time (20-24 hours per week) content creator with demonstrated experience online and in print. Must have strong writing and editing skills. The candidate should be comfortable interviewing subjects in person, by phone and online and quickly turning those interviews into content for our newsletters and website. Experience posting stories via a content management system is a plus, as is experience with creating newsletters in Constant Contact or similar email software.

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