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Campus Ministry

Director of Campus Ministry

Loyola University of Maryland

The Director of Campus Ministry sustains a faith community that is centered on the human and religious dimension of the lives of all members of the Loyola University Community. The Director oversees the Campus Ministry Office and is responsible for directing programs to support the spiritual and liturgical life of the Loyola University Community. Working in close collaboration with a team of Campus Ministry and student staff, the Director is responsible for developing and implementing programs to promote the University's Jesuit, Catholic identity both internally and externally. The Director should be a strong collaborator with the Mission and Identity Office, the Director of CCSJ, the Student Development Division and Academic Affairs.

The incumbent in this position will guide the department to create goals in congruence with institutional mission and the strategic plan.

The incumbent will oversee the pastoral care of all undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff and respond to situations requiring pastoral interventions, grief counseling, access to sacraments or liturgies, etc.

The incumbent will provide professional development and guidance to Campus Ministry employees. Establish annual performance goals for staff and conducts performance reviews. Recruit, interview and hire new employees and manages disciplinary actions as required. Oversee and is accountable for the annual department budget and makes budget recommendations to the Executive President as appropriate.  


Education: Master of Divinity or Master's degree in Religious Studies/Theology/Pastoral Ministry

Experience: Ten years of experience administering programs to support the spiritual and liturgical life of a diverse community in a higher education setting or commensurate experience.

Other: The successful applicant must be a person of deep faith who is committed to the University's Catholic tradition and Catholic Social Teaching and knowledgeable of Ignatian spirituality. Roman Catholic candidates are preferred.