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

Augustine Institute Studios is seeking a self-motivated editor who can pull projects over the finish line with a high-level of competency. This experienced editor needs to have an eye for story, graphics, branding and a desire to work with our award-winning creative Catholic film team. We would like to see a reel that features great story telling with an up-to-date style.

 

The Augustine Institute is seeking an eCommerce Specialist to join our existing team so that we are able to manage content on our growing suite of web content systems. We are seeking a highly organized team player who will be adding, maintaining and updating content across several web sites and multiple web-platforms…

 

This position plays a key role in driving the processes involved with formed.org and FORMED Market content acquisitions.

 

The Senior Implementation Specialist plays a key role in project management and coordination between internal teams and FORMED users to provide implementation resources to assist parishes/organizations to integrate FORMED into every aspect of parish life including evangelization, faith formation, and outreach.

 

This position has the primary responsibility of interfacing with parishes/organizations to assist them in fully utilizing FORMED to be the foundation for evangelization, outreach and faith formation. Successfully Orientating a parish/organization is a critical touch point to for the successful launch and subsequent engagement of FORMED.

 

Share the mission of the Augustine Institute and the joy of the Catholic Faith with donors and encourage their own relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

Augustine Institute is seeking an on-fire, experienced, consultative sales professional with a history of at least three years of success. We are looking for a self-starter with strong prospecting and cold calling abilities, who can maintain peak sales performance while establishing and developing strong customer relationships. Ability to ascertain needs, present solutions, and negotiate the sale of Augustine Institute programs for parish evangelization and formation is a must.

 

Augustine Institute Studios is seeking an editor with great editing chops and an editor/ camera operator. Would like to see a reel that features great story telling with an up-to-date style.

 

We are seeking a passionate and talented professional to join our marketing department and help us reach and transform the world by serving as an ambassador for the Augustine Institute brand.

 

The Augustine Institute is seeking a barista to work in our in-house coffee bar, Tolle Lege. In addition to preparing and serving beautiful craft coffee drinks, this person will be engaging the broader community through customer service, making people feel welcome in conversation, and answering questions about our work here and the Catholic faith.

 

We are seeking a highly organized, results-driven software Product Manager to join our formed.org engineering team. The Technical Product Manager will have a strong understanding of technology, the
process of software engineering and UI design, and a keen sense of diplomacy.

 

This developer will be working on creating and maintaining a new line of mobile applications as part of our evangelization and catechesis platform. This developer will also be responsible for developing android and IOS applications.

 

To Apply:

Please submit inquiries and resume to careers@augustineinstitute.org

Company History


In 2005, as a response to the call of Pope St. John Paul II, Catholic scholars established i nDenver a graduate school dedicated to transforming Catholic education for the New Evangelization.

Since then, the Augustine Institute has become the fastest growing Catholic graduate school in the United States, training our students to proclaim the Gospel with new “ardor, methods, and expression,” as Pope St. John Paul II insisted.

What began as a graduate school has quickly expanded into a multifaceted institute providing strategic, disciple-based parish programming and leadership formation to dioceses and parishes across America.