Website Brophy College Preparatory
Catholic, Jesuit school with an enrollment of 1300 boys
Brophy College Preparatory is currently accepting resumes and letters of interest from candidates interested in becoming its next Assistant Principal for Ministry, beginning in August of 2021. Every faculty member at Brophy is expected, above all else, to nurture in our students a love of God made manifest in love for the least of their neighbors and justice for others that is the essence of what it means to be a Man for Others. However, it is the particular responsibility of the Assistant Principal for Ministry to develop and direct activities that are specifically oriented toward this end. The Assistant Principal for Ministry directs the Office of Faith and Justice (OFJ), teaches one class, is a member of the Administrative Team, and reports directly to the Principal.
Interested candidates must be active Catholics who demonstrate a commitment to the mission and values of Brophy’s Catholic, Jesuit identity including the work of anti-racism, and who possesses the relevant academic training, professional / ministerial experience, and personal spirituality to fulfill the responsibilities listed below.
As the Director of the OFJ, the AP for Ministry’s responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Articulate and regularly evaluate the mission and direction of the OFJ and its activities as they relate to and support the overall mission of the school.
Supervise and support the OFJ staff.
Prepare and manage the budget and expenses of the OFJ.
Direct, support, and regularly evaluate all programs affiliated with the OFJ including: all Campus Liturgies, Daily Prayer, Freshman Retreat, Freshman Breakaway, Magis, Kairos, and Threshold retreats, Sophomore Service Project/Loyola Project, Ignatian Encounter, Immersion Experiences, Summit on Human Dignity, Fundraising Drives and Advocacy Campaigns.
As a member of the school’s Administrative Team, the AP for Ministry’s responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Attend weekly administrative meetings and function as advocate for the ministerial and social justice dimensions of the school.
Provide ministerial leadership to the school community both on a proactive basis (leading the community in advocacy efforts) and on a reactive basis (leading in response to certain events – both tragedies in the community and events in the world that merit a response from the Brophy community).
Represent the school at diocesan meetings, community events, and regional and national conferences facilitated by the Jesuit Schools Network.
A Catholic, Jesuit school with an enrollment of 1300 boys, Brophy offers its students a rigorous and relevant college preparatory curriculum, a highly developed fine arts and music program, a diversity of extracurricular activities, and a strong retreat and service learning program. As a Jesuit school, Brophy takes great pride in striving to form well rounded young men who are firmly grounded in a relationship with God that orients them to lead lives of service. In addition to the high school, Brophy includes Loyola Academy which is a tuition-free, comprehensive junior high school program for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade boys who demonstrate academic promise but have had limited educational opportunities. For more information, visit Brophy’s webpage.
To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and letter of interest to Bob Ryan, Brophy’s Principal (firstname.lastname@example.org). The preferred deadline is Friday, February 12.
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