The mission of the Augustine Institute is to serve the formation of Catholics for the New Evangelization. Through our academic and parish programs, we equip Catholics intellectually, spiritually, and pastorally to renew the Church and transform the world for Christ.
Current Job Openings
Front Desk Receptionist
The primary responsibility of the front desk receptionist is to convey a warm, welcoming environment to visitors, guests, and callers as well as faculty and staff. The office is a fast-paced, active community of faculty members, students, Trustees, Board Members, management, and staff from the business office. Although there are scheduled day-to-day tasks, the position requires a person who is flexible, able to prioritize, communicates clearly, and is willing to aid in a variety of projects and activities that occur on an ad-hoc basis. The position includes typical office functions requiring computer and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to learn new skills.
Executive Director of People and Culture
The Executive Director of People and Culture is responsible for enterprise level oversight of human resources for the Augustine Institute and will lead all human resource efforts for the Institute, including: developing and promoting initiatives that promote a culture in alignment with the Institute’s corporate values; driving all hiring, training, and evaluation endeavors; managing all benefit plans and compliance endeavors; maintaining and updating the employee handbook; oversight of all human resource implications internationally and in 20+ states in the U.S.
FORMED Orientation Specialist (Part-time)
This position has the primary responsibility of interfacing with parishes/organizations to asset them in fully utilizing FORMED to a a primary resource for evangelization, outreach, and faith formation. Successfully orientating a parish/organization is a critical touch point for the successful launch and subsequent engagement of FORMED.
FORMED Implementation Specialist
The FORMED Implementation Specialist is responsible for successful execution of user engagement initiatives for end users, both the individual user and the parish user. This includes, but is not limited to, creation of email and social media communications, execution of Advent and Lent cross-organization initiatives, and large-scale inter-team projects. The Implementation Specialist works with multiple teams to develop messaging around content promotion and create resources to support FORMED engagement in the parish setting.