Mount Carmel High School a Catholic, Carmelite school exposes a young man to a variety of ideas and experiences and, in doing so, aims to produce a reflective critical-thinking adult. We form young men with a solid foundation spiritually, intellectually, socially, culturally, morally, and physically.
The mission of Mount Carmel is to form men who live with zeal for God, zeal for life and zeal for learning. We accomplish this by offering college preparatory academics, embracing diversity and activities.
Employment Type: Full Time
If you are energetic, detail oriented, highly self-motivated, and passionate about our mission, please apply. We are looking for an individual who can tell our story. To write and edit compelling, clear, and accurate content for diverse audiences and inspire donor support. The Marketing and Communications Director works from within the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs to imagine, create and produce a variety of communications materials to inspire donor giving and support. Institutional giving priorities such as the annual fund, corporate partnerships, alumni affairs, and planned giving are the focus of the work. In addition to writing, the Marketing and Communications Director is a strategic thinker, a collegial collaborator, and responsive to the needs of the school. As such, the director examines website metrics and other information to gauge effectiveness of communications.
founded in 1900 under the leadership of the Carmelites, is Chicago’s premier college preparatory school for young men. It is located just south of the Museum of Science and Industry, the University of Chicago, and future Obama Presidential Center. Mount Carmel’s diverse student body represents students from over 220 grade schools and 100 different zip codes across Chicago land and Northwest Indiana; it is considered one of the best Catholic high schools in Illinois.
Mount Carmel’s mission of “Building Character for a Lifetime” educates young men spiritually, intellectually, socially, and morally, and enables students to progress in these areas according to their abilities, producing a reflective critical-thinking adult.