Thursday, August 1, 2019
AOD/Cardinal Mooney Catholic
Position Details: 

Communicate effectively and collaborate with faculty, staff, and parents.
Promote a strong Catholic identity and positive morale among faculty, staff, and students.
Recruit, hire, develop, retain and lead  faculty and staff who are committed to the school’s mission.
Ensure compliance with archdiocesan policies and federal and state laws.
Identify and implement best practices in leadership, instruction, and student achievement.
Provide an orderly school environment which promotes student self-discipline, character development, personal responsibility and accountability, and respect for themselves and others.
Provide oversight for establishing, assessing and/or maintaining academic accreditation, curriculum content and faculty effectiveness to ensure academic excellence, safety/emergency procedures, admission procedures, academic records, school statistics, school calendar, and daily schedule.


Be a practicing Catholic who is able to provide a letter of recommendation from parish pastor.
Hold a Master’s degree or higher from an approved program in Educational Administration offered by an institute of higher education (IHE).
The basic endorsement for a school administrator certificate is Elementary/Secondary Administrator K-12 (Building). A Catholic Principal, assistant Catholic Principal or other person whose primary responsibility is administering instructional programs employed as a school administrator after January 4, 2010 must hold a valid Administrator certificate in accordance with SB-981.

A school administrator who was employed as a school administrator on or before January 4, 2010 does not need to hold the Administrator certificate for their current position but must meet the same continuing education requirements as described in the renewal policy for the Professional Education teaching certificate, every five years after initial date of employment.

Hold currently valid Michigan teacher certification
Hold catechist formation certification as directed by the Department of Evangelization, Catechesis and Schools. Certification from another diocese will be reviewed during application process.
Be able to provide evidence of three years of successful teaching experience
Be able to meet any other local requirements pertinent to the available administrative position.

Demonstrated commitment to Catholic education. Must be willing to complete, the Archdiocese of Detroit Protecting Gods Children course. The Archdiocese of Detroit is an equal opportunity employer that does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, height, weight, genetic information, marital or other legally protected status.