A newspaper editor in New York City, a school principal in Chicago, and a part-time campus chaplain in Washington, D.C., are needed at three Catholic organizations.
Catholic New York, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of New York, seeks a news editor. The biweekly newspaper is looking for an experienced journalist to manage the day-to-day newsroom operation. Candidates must write and edit with style and precision under deadline. The editor of the country’s largest Catholic newspaper says it also wants to sharpen its digital and new media efforts. Candidates should have at least five years of publication experience, preferably in the newspaper field, thoroughly understand the Catholic Church, and present news in an engaging and explanatory way. The position offers a competitive salary, full benefits and a pension.
In Chicago, Hales Franciscan High School invites candidates to apply for the position of principal, which begins on July 1. Send a letter to Joseph Moffa, chair of the principal selection committee, Hales Franciscan High School, 493 South Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, Il 60615.
Georgetown University in Washington, D.C, needs a part-time chaplain-in-residence for 12 months at its Campus Ministry program. The volunteer position, approximately 10 hours per week, is great for a religious or lay minister living in a university residence. The office of Campus Ministry collaborates with the Office of Residence Life to support and promote the spiritual, intellectual, personal, and social development of resident students. The position was announced in the Feb. 26 issue of e-Pistle, e-newsletter of Washington Theological Union.
— Compiled by Jocelyn Thomas