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Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: Atchison, KS
The Summer Coordinator of Youth Outreach will be provided housing on campus with the Male BCYC Missionaries and will be provided all meals while BCYC is in session. This person will supervise the BCYC Missionary Staff. They will be the primary contact person for both internal and external constituents about anything regarding BCYC during nights and weekends when the Associate Director of College Ministry is off campus. They will also be the first point of contact for any emergencies or issues that arise in the dorms while High School students are on campus.
Assist Associate Director of College Ministry for Youth Outreach in facilitating the BCYC Missionary Retreat and Training weeks, being the lead person for these events during night and weekend hours
Supervise the BCYC Missionary Team throughout the Summer.
Supervise all evening activities, events, and formational meetings during BCYC
Execute the formation plan for the men on the BCYC Missionary Team
Effectively communicate with parents of High School Students both before and during BCYC
Field all incoming phone calls from parents, security, and the events management team during most weekend and evening hours of BCYC.
Responsible for any issues that arise in the dorms overnight during BCYC
Coordinate all airport runs for BCYC
Coordinate the BCYC banquets including communication with Dining Services, the Events Management Team, and parents
Primary hours are nights and weekends, though this person should be available to be on call as needed any time a conference is in session.
Communication, Oral – Excellent oral communication skills in large group settings and one on one.
Energetic – Ability to sustain irregular hours working with college students. Must be able to seek out and engage students.
Leadership – Ability to mentor students through relationships – with the ability to affirm men and women in their identity and vocation in the world; to identify strengths and weaknesses in students and foster their personal development; and to lead others using a Christian-servant style of leadership
Organization and Planning – Ability to structure multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and keep inventory. Ability to plan, staff, direct, and control work tasks and events.
Problem Solving – Ability to think through strategic issues and develop innovative solutions to problems.
Team Building – Ability to build and maintain team cohesion and goal accomplishment. Must have an interest in building a dynamic campus community.
Benedictine College’s mission as a Catholic, Liberal Arts institution of higher learning is to educate men and women within a community of faith and scholarship.
Community: The first step to achieving academic excellence in a community of faith and scholarship is the ongoing development of one of the great Catholic college faculties in America.
Faith: Benedictine College is committed to sharing with all members of our community the beauty and mystery of the Catholic faith as revealed in the person of Jesus Christ and handed down through the teachings of the Church.
Scholarship: Academic excellence at Benedictine College is driven by faculty who exhibit strong commitment in their teaching and scholarship to provide an environment that prepares students with the best that has been thought and written. Faculty will develop graduates who are critical thinkers who read, speak, and write well, and are personally and professionally prepared for life’s challenges on a local and global scale. As faculty at a Catholic college, we embrace the distinctive challenge of Catholic education articulated by Pope Benedict XVI: to form the will, as well as the mind, of the students within our care.
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