Education Careers
School Principal -- St. John Vianney Brookfield – Brookfield


As part of the pastoral staff reporting to the pastor, the principal will serve as chief administrator of the school and perform the duties and responsibilities commensurate with that office. Key responsibilities include fostering a Catholic atmosphere, curriculum development, faculty/staff supervision, expense management, school plant administration, development/fundraising and public relations with the school and parish community.  The principal is expected to work with both the Archdiocesan Schools Office including the implementation of their policies and the SJV School Committee as his or her advisory board.

Job Description

  1. Personnel 10%
  • Responsible for the screening, interviewing and hiring of perspective staff members
  • Establishes a system for supervision of the staff and facilitates and monitors ongoing performance of the personnel assigned.
  • Delegates work and authority appropriately with direct staff, School Committee members and volunteers.
  • Encourages, coordinates and evaluates professional growth of staff members.
  • Provides educational opportunities for the staff to develop professionally and spiritually.
  • Regularly participates in professional and religious continuing education opportunities.
  • Maintains a school presence on a regular basis.

2. Spiritual and Academic Program 45%

  • Maintains accurate pupil personnel records and reporting procedures according to established policies          
  • Follows the comprehensive procedure outlined by the Archdiocese and WRSI to evaluate, develop, and implement strategic goals for the school.
  • Involves members of the school community in prayer and liturgy, including all school Masses, Reconciliation opportunities, some seasonal devotions and prayer services, and daily prayers.
  • Endeavors to meet the needs of the students by creating a Catholic school atmosphere that is happy, purposeful, flexible and challenging
  • State and Federal laws
  • Archdiocesan policies
  • the influence of the world community
  • the culture of the local community
  • current educational trends
  • the needs of the children
  • the Mission statement of the school
  • the Gospel Mission and Catholic Tradition
  • Plans, develops and evaluates with the faculty, a school curriculum consistent with:

3. School Plant Administration 10%

  • Coordinates with plant supervisor the operation of the school in accordance with state law, fire regulations and local building codes
  • Plans for the orderly improvement of the school plant
  • Oversees the purchase, replacement, storage, usage, and inventory of instructional supplies and equipment
  • Aids, wherever necessary, in keeping of property inventory and insurance records
  • Plans cooperatively with staff to insure maximum use of all materials
  • Maintains a supervisory interest in the work of the custodians in order to insure the coordination and execution of plant maintenance and repair.

4. Finances 10%

  • Aides in the collection of tuition and enrollment fees.
  • In cooperation with the pastor, parish trustee, and DAS determines recipients of tuition financial assistance.
  • Directs and approves all purchases relative to the school budget.
  • Prepares the school budget in accordance with parish financial procedures.

5.  Development, Public Relations and Communications 25%

  • Establishes a collaborative relationship with the parish Director of Stewardship and Communication
  • Takes a leadership role in development, including an interest in parish stewardship, Home & School fund raising, alumni efforts, and third-source funding.
  • Maintains open channels of communication with the entire school community and the parish community
  • Makes a planned effort, through quality performance and two-way communication, to influence the parish and general public so that they will respect and support the school.
  • Annually reviews and updates the appropriate policies and school handbooks
  • Facilitates communication through letters, e-mails, newsletters, outdoor sign, social media, and bulletins alerting the parents to current events and activities and regularly attends school functions and events.

    Marginal Job Functions       

  1. All other duties as needed


Minimum Level of Education/Qualifications/Training Required/Preferred

  • Masters degree in School Leadership or School Administration, grades 4K-8
  • Masters or Bachelors degree in Elementary Education 4K-8
  • Compliance with current Archdiocesan standards relative to “Safeguarding All God’s Family” Program

 Minimum Experience Required

  • Prior experience as a 4K – 8 school principal, preferably in Catholic Education
  • Practicing Catholic
  • Prior experience in Catholic Spiritual Development Curriculum
  • Experience developing educational curriculum
  • Active in organizations that directly relate to the role of Catholic School principal

State of Wisconsin Certification:

  • License in the Area of Elementary Administration/School Leadership 4K-8.
  • License as an Elementary Teacher
  • Religion certificate as dictated by the Archdiocese through Sustaining the Mission

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, use hands and fingers, talk and hear.  The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, or crouch.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 15 pounds.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus, such as with frequent use of computer and to read. Moderate vision also required to effectively interact with others.

A separate physical needs assessment may be used for SJV maintenance administration.

Compensation: $56,000 to $87,000

Send cover letter and resume electronically to:

Rev. Kenneth P. Knippel
St. John Vianney Catholic Parish
1755 N. Calhoun Rd.
Brookfield WI 53005
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1st grade teacher, All Saints Catholic School-Antigo

All Saints Catholic School reflects the commitment of the Catholic Community to the children who will provide leadership in the Catholic Community of the future. Therefore, we strive to provide the best possible Catholic environment for the spiritual, intellectual and personal growth of our students.

All Saints Catholic School, a 4K-8 school in Antigo, Wisconsin, serving 200 students, is seeking a passionate and enthusiastic 1st grade teacher beginning the 2018-2019 school year.  Candidate should possess or be eligible to possess appropriate Wisconsin DPI certification(s).


  • The knowledge and ability to work with elementary students in accordance with the mission, vision, and core values of All Saints Catholic School.
  • Must be able to work collaboratively with students, staff, and parents in an academically rigorous environment.
  • Must have excellent speaking, writing, and classroom management skills.
  • The willingness to embrace technology and effectively make use of 21st century instructional skills.
  • The ability to use information from the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test to drive instruction is preferred.
  • Knowledge and/or skills in differentiated instruction and Response to Intervention.
  • While being Catholic is not required, preference will be given to those candidates who are, as candidate will be asked to teach religion.
  • Willingness to assist in co-curricular activities.

Interested applicants can apply directly online through WECAN (Wisconsin Education Career Access Network). All Saints Catholic School job postings are listed through the Green Bay Diocese.

Application materials (cover letter, resume, credentials, license, and three recent letters of recommendation) can also be emailed to Mr. Paul Galuska @  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   or sent directly to All Saints Catholic School, 419 6th Avenue, Antigo, WI 54409.  Deadline for the application is Friday, June 1.