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Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: Indianpolis Indiana
The Butler Catholic Community (BCC) at Butler University and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis are seeking one full-time person to assume the role as the Director of Campus Ministry. The Director of Campus Ministry is charged with the development and leadership of all programming, outreach, and sacramental life for the Butler Catholic Community (BCC) students, faculty and staff at Butler University. The Director will also oversee an active Leadership Team while working closely with other campus ministers at Butler, the Butler Center for Faith and Vocation, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.
Oversee all programming and events for the BCC including but not limited to social, service, prayer, and small groups communities
Coordinate all sacramental preparation that takes place at Butler University.
Attend all on-campus Masses (1 Sunday and 1 weekday) and oversee set-up/clean-up volunteers and liturgical ministers
Coordinate weekly student dinner after Sunday Mass and oversee set-up/clean-up volunteers
Coordinate an Alternative Spring Break program and lead the trip
Coordinate and lead pilgrimages and trips such as the SEEK conference, March for Life, and World Youth Day
Oversee planning and execution of annual fall retreat and be present throughout the weekend
Lead all spiritual and theological formation of students involved in the BCC
Oversee a large and active student leadership team in the areas of Faith & Formation, Service & Social Justice, and Outreach, and the executive board, and empower them to take ownership of the ministry
Administrative duties as needed
Find innovative ways to reach out to and support the large percentage of students involved in Greek Life on campus
Create a culture of intentional living, leading and discipleship among the students at the BCC
Work closely with other denominations and staff of the campus religious life office and collaborate in some programs
Have a strong and consistent presence on campus in relevant and creative ways
Foster relationships with ministry alumni and Butler faculty/staff
Education, Training and Experience:
Must be an active and practicing Catholic
Minimum of 2-3 years experience in full-time college campus ministry OR 3-5 years experience in another full-time pastoral ministry
Bachelor’s degree in Catholic theology, catechetics, pastoral ministry, or related field
A creative and relevant understanding of communicating the Gospel to college students
Experience organizing and implementing events for young adults
Please send cover letter, resume and references to: Matt Faley at email@example.com
The Butler Catholic Community is a ministry of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, as well as a recognized student organization on Butler’s campus. We exist to serve all students and staff on campus by providing an authentic witness of the Christian life, access to the sacraments, a vibrant community, service opportunities, and above all else an opportunity to encounter Jesus Christ.