The President is the chief executive officer of Missoula Catholic Schools (MCS). In that capacity, the President provides executive leadership directing the operations of MCS consistent with MCS's mission and Catholic identity. The President is appointed by and accountable to the MCS Board of Specified Jurisdiction (the "MCS Board").
The President's responsibilities include oversight of business operations; marketing and enrollment; public relations; strategic planning and implementation; fundraising; supervision of school principals and administrative staff; and serving as the MCS Board's liaison to internal and external stakeholders.
The President is appointed by the MCS Board and serves as a voting member of the MCS Board. The President is subject to an annual evaluation by the Executive Committee of the MCS Board.
The successful applicant must be a practicing Catholic; hold a graduate degree in education, administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university; and have an educational license in school administration or the ability to obtain one. Preference will be given to applicants with significant professional management experience and prior involvement and familiarity with Catholic education or Catholic organizations. The ideal candidate will possess a strong financial or business background, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, marketing experience, and demonstrated prior success in organizational growth and development.
About Montana Catholic Schools
Montana Catholic Schools is comprised of both the Diocese of Helena and the Diocese of Great Falls-Billings