Principal - St. John Paul II Catholic School (K-8)
Diocese of Raleigh - Office of Education
Location: Southern Pines, North Carolina
Type: Full Time
Saint John Paul II Catholic School, in Southern Pines, NC is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated and qualified principal to lead a growing school academically and spiritually and to serve its approximately 237 students. Saint John Paul II is a private Catholic school serving preschool through eighth grade students. As a parish school affiliated with St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Southern Pines, SaintJohn Paul II serves the children of Moore County, Lee County, Hoke County, and Ft. Bragg areas. The beautiful campus is centrally located between Southern Pines and Pinehurst, North Carolina, nationally known for the equestrian facilities and award-winning golf courses.
Key responsibilities / day-to-day job functions
Be an active, fully initiated, practicing Catholic dedicated to collaborative ministry and the advancement of the vision of the Church as promoted by the Second Vatican Council.
Be dedicated to the spiritual growth of our students and faculty.
Be a mission-driven leader with strong integrity, sound judgment, excellent collaborative skills, and possess a commitment to curriculum and staff development.
Demonstrate successful experience in the areas of public relations and development, as well as budgetary and financial management skills.
Exhibit exceptional verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in technology, ability to develop strategic and long-range planning, and be able to motivate others toward task accomplishment.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh comprises the 54 eastern counties of North Carolina, covering approximately 32,000 square miles. The diocese is divided into eight deaneries with a total of 97 parishes and missions and four centers for campus ministry. The diocese is served by 150 active diocesan and religious order priests. The diocese includes 232,588 registered and an equal amount of unregistered Catholics. In addition to the growing Hispanic population, the diocese has become home to an increasing number of Catholics from the African and Asian countries. Approximately five percent of the Catholic population is native to North Carolina.