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St. Thomas More School – 788 Ohio Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45245
Posted: September 21, 2022
Grade SchoolBand Director/Part-Time: Beginning and intermediate classes, one day/week after school.
Contact: Please send resume to [email protected] or text to 513-284-9457.

Posted:  08/30/2022

Under the supervision of the Business Manager, performs grounds-keeping, light duty maintenance and custodial duties in the efficient operation of St. Michael Parish. Areas included are the Church building, the Religious Education building (St. Mike’s Place), the rectory building and the campus surrounding. Areas not included are St. Michael Hall and the area surrounding the hall.

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St. Louis School – PO Box 85, 250 North Broadway, Owensville, OH 45160 (513) 732-0635 ext 103
Posted: August 26, 2022
Grades PreK-8: Nurse/Part-Time (3.5 hrs./day): School Nurse reports to Principal
Qualifications:
– State of Ohio appropriate licensure
– Bachelor’s degree-prepared Registered Nurse (RN)
– Must possess of be eligible to obtain one-year temporary school nurse licensure, five year professional school nurse license of school nurse wellness coordinator endorsement
– 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline
– Valid driver’s license
– Successful completion of BCI/FBI background check
Preferred Skill Sets:
– Self starter
– Effective organizational skills
– Schedules appointments and communicates effectively to clients using various types of communication
– Possess time management skills
– Punctual for meetings, appointments, work, and deadlines
– Consistently attends work
– Completes documentation with accuracy and clarity
– Accepts feedback; implements activities in response to survey data or discipline data recommendations or to meet performance improvement goals
– Keep professional image through appearance and dress
– Willingness to learn and share knowledge of latest research and best practices
– Ability to utilize the nursing process, a critical thinking model, to determine a course of nursing care
– Conducts medically appropriate assessments; develops a nursing diagnosis; provides outcomes identification; and plans and implements evidence-based coordination of care, health teaching, health promotion, evaluation of care and outcomes
– Positively impacts the health of students, schools, families and communities in a number of ways promotes; healthy living and disease prevention for both individual and population health
– Promotes biopsychosocial health and well-being of school aged-children and intervene with health problems with a core focus of keeping students healthy and in school, which is essential for academic success
Responsibilities:
– Collaborate with public health partners for screenings, referrals, follow up and communicable disease surveillance
– Participate in health prevention activities, such as immunization, obesity prevention, substance abuse assessment, tobacco control asthma education, and promoting health and safety
– Understand and educate others, including staff, students and families about normal development
– Provide care provision or coordination, including care for chronic diseases like diabetes, asthma, epilepsy and allergies; and contribute to individual Assessment Team (IAT), 504 plan and individualized education program (IEP) processes
– Provide training of other school staff on appropriate health and safety procedures related to health, including emergency preparedness
– Provide care of students and staff with acute illnesses or injuries by rendering first aid and training for school staff
– Practice in a manner that is ethical and culturally congruent, with effective communication in all areas of practice in an environmentally safe and healthy manner
– Act in a leadership role in the professional practice setting and collaborate with key stakeholders, including professional practice evaluation (of self and others)
– Provide program management, directing the health services program within the school and community
– Maintain an interdisciplinary practice, including actively collaborating with educators, physicians and other health care team members to build student and family capacity for adaptation, self-management, self-advocacy and learning
– Foster effective communication with students, parents, and other staff members
– Organize and facilitates follow-up and and implementation of reintegration plans for students who are returning to school from hospitalizations and or facility stays; and comprehensive follow up to all clients served
– Enhance awareness of mental health needs, services; and to promote community understanding of mental health and to enhance community response to mental health problems
– Protect confidentiality in all situations related to professional practice
– Maintain data on students served
– Report suspicions of abuse and neglect to legally mandated authorities for investigations
– Demonstrate ability to use technology associated with duties; access internet or software-based resources related to role responsibilities or student needs
– Cognizant and adheres to State/Federal Laws and CNE Policy and Procedures
– Communicate with supervisor and/or other professionals regarding common problems and/or legal and ethical concerns
– Participate in professional growth and development through coursework and/or seminars, professional reading and membership in professional organizations; attend and participate in all in-service or staff meetings
– Completes all district required training modules by established deadlines as required by board policy
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
– Serves as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, intelligent human beings including keeping a professional social media presence
– Helps instill in students the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values
– Performs other duties related to the position as assigned by the director, principal and/or superintendent of schools
Additional Working Conditions:
– Occasional exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissues
– Occasional operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions
– Occasional interaction among unruly children
Contact: Lottie Waldman, Principal – [email protected]
Catholic Candidate: Preferred

Posted:  11/15/2021

St. Columban Catholic Church in Loveland seeks to hire a full-time Bookkeeper.  The Bookkeeper provides the day-to-day fiscal and operational support, computer input/output service for the parish and school.  Duties include but are not limited to:  recording and processing deposits, checks, payroll, tuition and management of the general ledger.   The position includes full health and retirement benefits.  Two years’ experience in bookkeeping required.   Candidates must have Excel® experience, proficient keyboarding skills, ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters, and the ability to relate to a variety of persons.  Familiarity with Parish Soft software a plus.  The position is Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Posted:  11/09/2021

SE-5 Family of Parishes & School has an immediate opening for a full-time Maintenance Lead-Owensville, OH (Clermont County).

The Family of Parishes includes: St. Ann Church-Williamsburg; St. Louis Church/School/Cemetery-Owensville; St. Philomena Church/Cemetery-Stonelick; Holy Trinity-Batavia.  The regional office is located in Clermont County Ohio in Owensville (approximately 8 miles from I-275).

The position:

This role is a hand-on position fixing general maintenance items including: plumbing; electric; HVAC; painting; and other general maintenance items.

You do not need to be an expert in any of these trades.  This family of parishes is blessed to have parishioners who are experts in a variety of trades and are willing to teach and provide guidance.

Tools are owned by the parish.

Posted:  10/17/2021

Friendly, outgoing individual needed for part-time (two weeknights and one weekend day) receptionist/secretarial position in the Parish Office. Duties include operation of multi-line phone system, administrative support for the Parish Office operations, record keeping, and computer data entry. Ideal candidate will be a multi-tasker and self-starter with excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work well with others. Candidates must have Microsoft skills, proficient keyboarding skills, ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters, ability to relate to a variety of persons, and knowledge of the Catholic faith. Having familiarity with PDS software a plus. 13-14 hours a week.