Opportunities for Augustine Institute Students & Alumni

Seton Education Partners seeks a faith-filled, mission-driven individual to act as the Director for El Camino, a unique afterschool faith and enrichment program in New York City. Co-founded in 2009 by KIPP Foundation co-founder Scott W. Hamilton and Teach for America alumna Stephanie Saroki de García, Seton is a response to the dramatic decline of urban Catholic schools in America, which have served the economically disadvantaged so well for decades. Seton is committed to ensuring that children develop the knowledge, character, and faith necessary to earn a college degree, pursue lives of value and integrity, and become saints. For more information on Seton Education Partners, please visit www.SetonPartners.org.

 

El Camino Mission:

El Camino, a Catholic faith formation program, helps children, their families, and their teachers to know, love, and serve Christ and His Church; develop the habits, dispositions, and beliefs that are indispensable to human flourishing and happiness, and to live and disciples in this world and saints in the next.

 

About El Camino:

In August 2013, Seton Education Partners launched El Camino in a largely Latino neighborhood in the South Bronx, where over half of all families fall below the poverty line. El Camino, which means “The Way” in Spanish, seeks to serve disadvantaged children who do not have the means to attend a Catholic school, helping them to grow in virtue, achieve academic success, and have fun. El Camino pairs in-school academic support with a fun after-school program that offers faith lessons, character development, sports and games, and homework help. El Camino has an innovative partnership with Brilla Public Charter Schools , a start-up “no excuses” charter school, and with Seton Teaching Fellows, who teach work at Brilla during the school day and support the El Camino after school program. Next year, El Camino will serve over 400 children in kindergarten through sixth grade across three campuses. The program will

 

 

About the Position

The Director will work directly with, and report to, the Chief of Programs. The primary focus for this position is to ensure smooth operation for all children, families, and teachers involved with El Camino. Together the leadership team will impact the academic and faith development of underserved children, young Catholic educators, and the Church in America.

 

Roles and Responsibilities

The Director must be highly organized and able to effectively manage several ongoing projects. The list below covers the main functions for the position, but is not exhaustive. There are essentially three components to the Director role: Administrative, Communications/Community Relations, and Curriculum and Instruction.

Administrative

1) Maintain the El Camino Scholarship Program with a detailed application process and eligibility requirements.

2) Manage monthly invoicing and payments.

3) Generate tax forms and receipts.

4) Maintain a timekeeping system for employees, verify and submit payroll via email.

5) Meet with the school leaders and operations staff consistently

6) Maintain and update student files (physical and electronic files)

7) Ensure compliance with DOH.

8) Collaborate with Seton colleagues, administrators, and Brilla staff

9) Manage El Camino program budget

Community Relations

1) Maintain an active presence on social media, ie. Facebook, Instragram, etc.

2) Organize and facilitate monthly community events to engage families and students in their faith formation.

3) Partner with local high schools, colleges, and religious organizations to create a volunteer program and hire additional staff as needed; manage volunteers to ensure the impact is positive and effective for the individuals and the organization.

4) Create monthly family newsletter.

5) Develop Family Involvement Committees

Curriculum and Coaching Component

1) Establish bi-weekly meetings with catechists and other staff

2) Create and maintain unit plans

3) Give detailed lesson plan feedback

4) Observe (formal) teachers bi-weekly

5) Observe (informal) daily

6) Develop summative, cumulative, and formative assessments, formal and informal.

7) Establish effective behavior management systems and procedures

Ad hoc duties

1) Assist with faith formation of Seton Teaching Fellows.

2) Variety of special projects as assigned by the Chief of Programs.

3) Arrange family faith formation

Qualifications and Desired Characteristics

Candidates for the position must possess the following personal characteristics:

• You have unquestioned integrity and commitment to Seton’ mission and values

• You take personal responsibility

• You have a strong belief that all children can achieve both moral and academic excellence

• You are a faith-filled and practicing Catholic, one who understands Catholic teachings and is passionate about sharing the Catholic faith

• You have a relentless drive for excellence and growth The ideal candidate will bring experience and skills in the following areas:

• Results-orientation and the ability to get things done well

• Ability to adapt in a fluid, start-up environment; optimism, perseverance, and a focus on problem-solving highly valued

• Excellent communication with children and experience with love and logic, restorative practices and/or virtue based behavior systems

• Ability to self-direct and prioritize among competing goals and exhibit flexibility in a fastpaced, entrepreneurial environment

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills with keen attention to detail

• Bachelor’s degree required

Preferred skills:

• Bilingual in Spanish and able to read, write and speak in a professional environment

• Experience optimizing social media for the growth of the community

• Familiarity with Google platforms and Excel

 

Salary & Benefits

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, depending on experience and qualifications.

 

Diversity & Inclusivity

We are building an organization in which talented individuals from all walks of life and past work experiences can join our team and make significant contributions. We are particularly committed

To Apply

Please e-mail a resume and cover letter to info@SetonPartners.org with “Director of El Camino” in the subject line. Resumes without cover letters will not be reviewed. Seton Education Partners provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. to attracting and developing individuals who share the life experiences or backgrounds of the students we will serve.

Fr. Don Malin, Pastor at Immaculate Heart of Mary, is looking to hire a youth minister who has a heart for evangelization outreach to young people, to run Youth Ministry and Confirmation programs at the parish. Parish website:  http://ihmgjt2.artyrox.com

For more information and to apply, please contact Fr. Don directly at frdonmalin@gmail.com

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Camp Gray is a Catholic summer camp and retreat center in the Diocese of Madison that serves over 5,000 youth annually through retreats and summer camp ministry. We’re searching for a dynamic, faithful, and enthusiastic leader to join our team as the Program Director! This position’s main focus will be to coordinate our retreat ministry program during the school year, which consists of Confirmation catechesis, environmental education, and team-building retreats. The Program Director supervises, forms, and recruits a team of 6-7 missionaries who facilitate Camp Gray’s retreats throughout the year. This person will also assist in implementing summer staff training and some of the summer camp programming. Previous camp experience is preferred but not required. The position includes salary, on-site housing, and benefits.

To apply please submit a cover letter, resume, and completed application to rebecca@campgray.com, or mail to: Rebecca Hoeben, E10213 ShadyLane Road, Reedsburg, WI 53959. Applications accepted until June 4. Interviews will be conducted during the month of June. Flexible start date in early to mid-August. The application and position description can be found here.

Saint Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church in Omaha, NE, is seeking a full-time Director of Parish Evangelization and Adult Catechesis. Applicants must faithfully uphold the teachings of the Catholic Church and promote the vision to evangelize and catechize active parishioners, inactive Catholics, and all searchers and seekers of Jesus Christ. This position will lead the parish’s community efforts to encounter, know, and proclaim Christ through program creation, formation experiences, and sacramental support within the Church’s vision of the New Evangelization. The successful candidates will also be responsible for forming both staff and volunteers as missionary disciples so that all parish programs and activities will embody the New Evangelization and be opportunities to encounter Christ. In collaboration with the Pastor, Director of Religious Education, and Youth Minister, the Director of Evangelization and Catechesis will oversee all areas of catechesis in the parish as well as formation for the reception of the Sacraments of Initiation.

Qualifications:

  • Practicing Catholics with an understanding of the major principles of evangelization and catechesis as expressed in the Joy of the Gospel, the 1997 General Directory for Catechesis, and the 2005 National Directory for Catechesis.
  • A servant mentality with the ability to engage all parishioners, staff, and those seeking Christ with a spirit of faith, hope, and charity
  • Professional and positive team player in all aspects and responsibilities of the position
  • Undergraduate or graduate degree in Theology, Philosophy, Pastoral Ministry, or Religious Education preferred
  • Excellent leadership abilities with a track record of effectively leading a team to implement and achieve a vision
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Send a cover letter stating your interest and qualifications for the position, a current resume, and two or three references including names and contact information to Father David Belt at d.belt@stephen.org, or mail to: 16701 S. Street, Omaha, NE 68135. Applications will be accepted until May 29.

The Capuchin Franciscans in the Province of St. Conrad are looking for a Digital Media Manager Position. This position will play a critical role in advancing the marketing and communications objectives of the Capuchin Province of St. Conrad through the effective use of digital and social media platforms. The five core objectives of the Marketing and Communications Office are to:

  • Increase brand awareness about the Capuchins
  • Inspire and attract future vocation candidates
  • Evangelize by spreading the Gospel and promoting the Capuchin charism
  • Increase donor base and contributions
  • Retain existing donors

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Director of Communications and Director of Marketing and Special Events to define a comprehensive social and digital media strategy utilizing Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and the website. Incorporate the use of other social media platforms as the Province’s social media presence evolves
  • Create social media posts across defined platforms, utilizing Hootsuite, Sprout Social, etc.
  • Report on effectiveness of campaigns on a monthly basis
  • Manage and create regular, targeted e-mail marketing campaigns, crafting copy and design layout
  • Attend 1-2 digital media conferences a year
  • This list is not meant to be exhaustive

Basic Requirements:

  • Strong commitment and understanding of the Catholic faith
  • Undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university preferred
  • Minimum of three years’ experience working in a social/digital media manager position
  • Minimum of two years’ experience in a non-profit work environment
  • Public relations, marketing, sales, community management experience, or online advertising experience is a plus
  • Preference given to a Catholic theology degree

This position is full-time and will include annual salary and competitive benefits package, commensurate with skills and experience.

Interested applications should apply by June 15, 2018. E-mail resumes to gina.francis@capuchins.org.

We are seeking to hire a full-time residence hall director for the female students on our campus.  It is a live-in position, beginning July 1, and offers a salary of $25,000, with housing and food provided. More info can be accessed here: http://www.hcc-nd.edu/career-opportunities/#HD.

Job Description

Campus Minister Job Description

Description
The Campus Minister serves the University Catholic Center in expressing the Church’s pastoral care for the spiritual growth and development of campus community through witness and ministry that is consistent with the Catholic Church’s mission in the Diocese of Austin and the charism of the Paulist Fathers. The Campus Minister is part of the University Catholic Center Campus Ministry Team and collaborates with the Director, Associate Director, Campus Minister, administrative staff, development staff, and the FOCUS team. The Campus Minister manages multiple facets of student ministries: spiritual development, catechesis, sacramental preparation, and evangelization.

Hours:
This position is full-time exempt. During the school year, hours may exceed 40 per week, and includes frequent nights and weekends; during the summer and semester breaks, hours may be as few as 20 per week. The Campus Minister will take Saturdays and an additional day off each week, allowing for flexibility when events may be scheduled on normal days off. Applicants must be prepared to comply with Diocese of Austin Ethics and Integrity in Ministry training and processes.

Qualifications:
A practicing Catholic who understands, appreciates, and will ensure the Catholic character, mission, and identity of the University Catholic Center community; should be comfortable around young adults.
MDiv or MA in theology, pastoral/campus ministry, or related area required;
As a minister of the Roman Catholic Church, the successful candidate will maintain a lifestyle that is publicly consistent with Catholic teaching and values;
Strong pastoral skills with a theological framework for ministry;
A demonstrated record of collaborative leadership;
Provides effective management, supervisory, and organizational skills (i.e., judgement, appropriate confidentiality and budget management);
Awareness of and sensitivity to the pastoral needs and spiritual development of undergraduate students;
Knowledge and appreciation of the Paulist charism;
Knowledge of Church documents related to Campus Ministry (i.e., Empowered by the Spirit and Sons and Daughters of Light);
Knowledge of Catholic sacramental preparation processes, especially baptism, confirmation, Eucharist, RCIA, funerals, and anointing.
Experience in working with young adults or college campus ministry preferred;
Applicants must be prepared to comply with Diocese of Austin Ethics and Integrity in Ministry training and processes.
Proficiency with computers and social media, google apps, etc.
Comfort with public ministerial roles, teaching, and public speaking.

Pastoral responsibilities:
Cultivate relationships with student and resident community through pastoral ministry, including but not limited to:
Maintaining a ministry presence on Sundays before, after, and during Mass;
Greeting and hospitality before and after Sunday Masses and Daily Masses;
Advising, mentoring, counseling; and if qualified, provide spiritual direction;
Meeting once a month with assigned student groups or ministries to mentor student leaders and serve as staff liaison;
Attending monthly student leadership dinners;
Attending meetings of supervised student groups at least once every month;
Attending student group events when available;
Serve as pastoral representative in the absence of the Director and Associate Director;
Lead prayers and liturgies when assigned, including The Liturgy of the Hours, intercessory prayer, prayers to open meetings, meals, and other gathering;
Accurately and faithfully present the teaching and doctrine of the Catholic Church, as presented in the Catechism, Sacred Scripture, and official church documents and declarations;
Preach, occasionally, at liturgies and gatherings apart from Mass (e.g. communion services, Liturgy of the Hours, Reconciliation Services).
Assist with preparation of liturgical celebrations as needed; serve as Daily Mass sacristan in absence of the Administrative Assistant;
Work with marriage preparation and baptismal preparation for couples and godparents as needed.
Promote the various vocations within the Catholic church.

Programming
Manage programs and activities including, but not limited to:
RCIA: Coordinate weekly meetings, guest speakers, and prepare curriculum; meet individually with participants who have conflicts. Serve as RCIA liaison with St. Austin’s Parish;
Coordinate and supervise Adult Confirmation preparation, including liaison to St. Austin’s Parish.
Coordinate, supervise and teach courses and special programs for adult catechesis appropriate to university students.
Spring Break Mission Trip: Choose and organize mission site and accommodations, fundraise through community efforts and Diocese of Austin, chaperone missionaries during trip.
University Interfaith Council: Attend meetings in the absence of the Director and Associate Director.
Community Events: Order supplies, coordinate volunteers and manage events.
Retreats: Assist in the planning and implementation of occasional retreats, including Awakening Retreats, silent retreats, vocation discernment retreats, and busy student retreats.
Develop programs and service opportunities to inculcate Catholic Social Teaching;
Oversee the monthly baptism preparation program
Coordinate the twice-yearly marriage preparation workshops.
Accompany the annual Women’s Vocation Pilgrimage

Administrative
Attend staff meetings: weekly tactical meetings, monthly strategic meetings, daily stand-ups, and annual two-day off-site planning meetings.
Attend regular meeting of the pastoral staff.
Utilize staff communication and planning tools, including Google calendars, email groups, Slack, staff wiki pages.
Serve as staff liaison for the Religious Education program coordinator;
Participate in Diocesan campus ministry meetings and activities;
Create program structure and report program participation statistics and feedback.
Coordinate and advertise UT faculty/staff events in collaboration with the Development Office;

Process:
Submit a resume and cover letter to frlarry@utcatholic.org.
Await our acknowledgement and response. Please do not call or email after submission.

Expected start date is flexible; we are hoping for July 1, 2018.

University Catholic Center
2010 University Ave.

Job Description: Coordinator of Youth Evangelization and Catechesis

 

Outreach The Coordinator for Evangelization and Catechesis Outreach for St. Patrick’s
Parish will be responsible for developing and overseeing a parish based pastoral ministry for young people in both St. Patrick and St. Joseph parishes. The vision for this program includes witnessing large numbers of passionately engaged youth who encounter the Lord and are equipped to share Him with the world!

The program includes all youth from grade school age through high school, and on to young adults around age thirty. It provides for formal catechesis as well as opportunities for youth to grow in God’s love in ways beyond the knowing and teachings of the faith.

Within the parish’s efforts to form disciples to serve God and one another, the
formation of discipleship focused youth ministry includes:

• Spiritual formation – experiencing a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through worship, prayer and devotion.

• Intellectual Formation – helping young people to learn about the Scriptures in order to deepen the roots of their faith.

• Human formation – empowering young people to develop healthy
relationships with their peers, their family and their community.

• Pastoral formation – encouraging young people to put their faith into
action as they engage in contemporary cultural issues that they face on a daily basis.

The program shall develop close communication with and mutual support from families of youth, parishioners and community organizations.

 

Job Requirements: 

• Preferred Bachelor’s degree in Religious Education or Theology or National Credential in Youth Ministry or background in theology and educational methodologies or experience in youth ministry with a willingness to move toward development of such skills

• Practicing Catholic in full communion to participate in the sacraments of the Church

 

Purpose:

The goal of this program is that it seeks to form young people as disciples in a way that equips and inspires them to go and do the same with others. The Coordinator of Youth Evangelization and Catechesis Outreach reports directly to the pastor.

 

Responsibilities:

• Takes inventory of current training resources in the parish, available space, archdiocesan policies and current volunteers engaged in youth ministry or catechesis

• Develops a systematic and intentional plan for catechesis and youth ministry that utilizes a creative variety of formats, settings and
timeframes

• Coordinates the recruitment, training, support, and evaluation of volunteers in the catechesis program and youth ministry

• Secures resources (print, video, etc.)for effective programming implementation

• Fosters the involvement of young people in the life of the parish in various ministerial roles and being involved in parish activities (EME, Server, Lector, Etc.)

• Serves as the liaison with the Archdiocesan Office of Catechesis & Youth Ministry and their programs, services and resources

• Maintains policies and record compliance with the Archdiocese of Omaha’s Safe Environment program

• Is a presence in the parish community through its liturgical and social activities

• Promotes good public relations both within the parish and local community

• Regularly communicates with parents and parishioners. Seeks their input as appropriate

• Maintains necessary office and program records

• Submits periodic reports as requested by the pastor

• Plans, coordinates and implements retreats, mission trips, youth marches, and other activities beneficial to development of disciples and according to archdiocesan policy

• Integrates new faith-based network opportunities for the “20 something” young adults in our parish including, but not limited to: worship, biblical teaching, fellowship and discipleship.

• All other duties as assigned

 

Applicants should send resume to Fr. Bernard Starman, St. Patrick’s Parish Center, 301 E Adams St, O’Neill, NE 68763-1535.

Church of the Holy Trinity, a parish of 965 families in Cheyenne, WY, is looking to hire an Associate Director of Pastoral Ministries. This position assists with and coordinates, under the supervision of the Director, a comprehensive faith formation and stewardship program for adults, youth, and children, which touches all aspects of the faith and parish life: liturgical, social, educational, and service, with a particular focus on children’s faith formation, youth ministry, and parish sacramental preparation. This individual will recruit, train, and supervise parish volunteers, catechists, and aids.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Theology, but preferably Master of Arts in Theology, Religious Education, or Religious Studies, or an equivalent degree in a related field or equivalent training and experience
  • Post-secondary training in educational methods
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Successful completion of diocesan background check and safe environment training
  • Experience: preferably two to three years experience in Catholic faith formation or a related field, and two to three years of supervisory and/or managerial experience
  • Fully initiated, practicing Catholic, free from any canonical penalties and of proven faith, good morals, and good reputation
  • A willingness ability to pursue additional education (if necessary)

For a full job description, please click here.

Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume with references by May 31, 2018 to Fr. Thomas E. Cronkleton, Jr. at tcronkleton@holytrinity.org.

Or, please send your cover letter and resume to the following address:

Church of the Holy Trinity
1846 Hot Springs Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82001-5337

Director of Religious Education

Saint John Neumann, a suburban parish in the western suburbs of Detroit committed to Unleashing the Gospel in southeast Michigan is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as Director of Religious Education. The Director of Religious Education is the pastor’s principal assistant in developing and implementing the formation plan and goals of the parish. They are responsible for the overall coordination of our catechists and formation programs, including Sacramental Preparation and Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, in the work of forming intentional joyful missionary disciples. As a member of the inter-disciplinary pastoral team they promote Gospel values and foster the development of joyful missionary disciples.

 

Specific functions include:

  • Create and maintain a formation plan and programming for children in grades PSK-6, including a Children’s Liturgy of the Word and Vacation Bible School, and RCIA for Children.
  • Oversee the formation of students preparing for First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.
  • Serve as pastoral staff coordinator of the Baptismal Prep program.
  • Serve as pastoral staff coordinator of the RCIA team.
  • Ensure that the needs of English as a Second Language families are provided for in preparing for Sacramental and Religious Formation.
  • Ensure the parish follows appropriate Archdiocesan catechetical policies:
  • Serve as a primary contact between the parish and All Saints Catholic School
  • Serve as pastoral staff coordinator of the Adult Faith Formation Team and oversee the parish’s development of the Discipleship Group component of the parish’s Disciple-Making Game Plan.
  • Be present at parish and ministry social events, hospitality weekends, and weekend liturgies in order to serve the needs to the community.
  • Participate in continuing education, including workshops and conferences and report learning and development ideas to the pastoral team
  • Support directives of the pastor, the Parish Leadership Team, and the Parish Vision Team
  • Foster a trusting and collaborative atmosphere among all staff and volunteers

Qualifications include:

  • A practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
  • Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in theology, pastoral ministry, or related field. Master’s degree preferred
  • Possession of Archdiocesan Certification as a Parish Catechetical Leader
  • Experience as a professional lay ecclesial minister
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A heart for evangelization and understanding of faith development across the life-cycle
  • Ability to work as a member of an inter-disciplinary team in service to the Gospel

 

Please e-mail resume and cover letter to Christopher Leach, Director of Strategic Operations, at cleach@sjncanton.org by May 21, 2018.

Coordinator of Evangelization and Christian Service 

Saint John Neumann, a suburban parish in the western suburbs of Detroit committed to Unleashing the Gospel in southeast Michigan is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as Coordinator of Evangelization and Christian Service. The Coordinator of Evangelization and Christian Service is an integral member of the pastoral team who fosters growth in faith-filled Gospel service that responds to human needs in the parish and society, and serves as the pastor’s principal assistant in inviting parishioners and community members into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. The Coordinator provides leadership, facilitates and enables others in ministry. He or she works as a member of the inter-disciplinary Pastoral Team to support the mission of St. John Neumann to foster and support the development of joyful missionary disciples.

 

Christian Service functions include (15 hours a week):

  • Coordinate the efforts of the various Christian Service Ministries in the parish. Ensure continued lay leadership of each ministry and help promote success in each ministry’s stated objectives.
  • Foster a spirit of volunteerism by inviting parishioners to become involved in Christian Service Ministry and training/forming/equipping them for service.
  • Connects people-in need with appropriate resources or services with the help of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Participate in Vicariate and AOD organizations and programs related to Catholic Social Teaching and Pastoral Christian Service
  • Prepares and maintains annual budget for Christian Service and Evangelization.
  • Coordinate planning, leadership, and volunteers for Parish Life Events such as hospitality weekend and the parish picnic.
  • Maintain the Parish Kitchen and other hospitality structures
  • Oversee the parish’s development of the Invitational Church and Ministry Components of the parish’s Disciple-Making Game Plan.
  • Attend parish and ministry social events, hospitality weekends, and be present after all weekend Liturgies to provide supportive service to parishioners.
  • Support directives of the pastor, the Parish Leadership Team, and the Parish Vision Team

 

Evangelization functions include (25 hours a week):

  • Coordinate The Alpha Course and serve as the pastoral staff support to the Alpha Leadership Team.
  • Oversee the parish’s development of the Invitational Church, Alpha, and Connect Group Components of the parish’s Disciple Making Game Plan.
  • Stay informed of evangelization events being hosted by the Archdiocese, area parishes, and other Catholic and non-Catholic organizations. Facilitate staff and parishioner attendance at such events to ensure that the parish’s evangelization ministries and volunteers are continually growing.
  • Work with the Director of Business Operations to ensure that there is adequate money budgeted to support our Evangelizing program. Manage the budget of the department.
  • Support directives of the pastor, the Parish Leadership Team, and the Parish Vision Team

 

Qualifications include:

  • A practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
  • Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in theology, pastoral ministry, or related field. Master’s degree preferred
  • Possession of Archdiocesan Certification as a Christian Service or Evangelization Coordinator
  • Experience as a professional lay ecclesial minister
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A heart for evangelization and understanding of faith development across the life-cycle
  • Ability to work as a member of an inter-disciplinary team in service to the Gospel

 

Please e-mail resume and cover letter to Christopher Leach, Director of Strategic Operations, at cleach@sjncanton.org by May 21, 2018.

The Diocese of Green Bay is looking for a bilingual Parish Planning Coordinator who will work enthusiastically and collaboratively with the Parish Planning & Pastoral Services functional team by 1) assisting the team to create and provide programs, resources, and materials to parishes, schools, and the diocese in all the areas of Parish Mission Planning; 2) provides, or coordinates, written translations from English to Spanish materials, ensuring that appropriate Hispanic cultural nuances are present in all communications and materials; 3) coordinates bilingual communications and ensures follow-through with parish and school leadership, pastoral councils, parish business functions, and Rural Life Ministry; 4) identifies and organizes Hispanic key contacts in all parishes and schools where Spanish speaking families reside for the purpose of establishing, or enhancing, parish and school work and ministry relationships that are multicultural.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in theology, teaching, pastoral ministry, or related field and three or more experience in Church ministry
  • Knowledge of current theories, principles, programs, and practices of diocesan, parish, and school administrative and governing policies and procedures in the Diocese of Green Bay
  • Knowledge of how to plan, facilitate, and guide teams in developing mission and vision statements, and goals for team decision making
  • Knowledge of written report formats, and requirements for studies and public speaking
  • Knowledge of program and process evaluation techniques
  • Knowledge of MissionInsite or ability to learn MissionInsite navigation and reporting functions
  • Experience working or volunteering in community-oriented or family-centered ministries
  • Employee must have good command of social media, e-mail, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher software for communication and presentation purposes
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Bilingual Spanish/English ability
  • Skill in group facilitation and team building
  • Skill in facilitating and guiding Spanish speaking, English speaking, and bilingual groups in developing mission and vision statements
  • Skill in collaborative and multicultural relationship building
  • Skill in writing and editing instructional and planning documents, training, and presentation material
  • Skill in presenting policies and procedures to disparate audiences in parish, school, and diocesan meetings
  • Skill in multi-tasking, priority setting, leadership, and ability to vision, plan, and execute programs and services as needed
  • Multi-tasking, priority setting, motivating, ability to vision, plan and execute programs and services as needed
  • Ability to present effectively policies and procedures to disparate audiences in diocesan, parish, and school meetings
  • Ability to speak publicly within different venues including parish or school town hall meetings, boards, councils, committees, conferences, workshops, and educational/training sessions
  • Ability to communicate on the telephone in a clear and courteous manner
  • Ability to adapt, learn, and implement new methods and practices

If interested in this position, please send your resume to: hrccord@gdbioc.org.

Prince of Peace’s Parish Office of Faith Formation is hiring one full-time position of Faith Formation Assistant and Youth Ministry Coordinator. This person will work under the supervision of the Director of Faith Formation.

Prince of Peace is a Roman Catholic parish of the Diocese of Portland, Maine. The parish is comprised of three Catholic churches serving the City of Lewiston: Holy Cross Church, Holy Family Church, and the Minor Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. The position requires a preferred minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Catholic Theology, catechesis, or related field and several years with catechetical experience. Some evening and weekend hours will be required. Fervent love for the Lord and His Church, a solid understanding and ability to articulate and promote the Church’s teachings, and strong leadership and communication skills are required.

The Faith Formation Assistant and Youth Ministry Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Faith Formation to carry out the guidelines and directives of the Parish’s Faith Formation programs from prekindergarten to high school ages, including all Sacramental preparation. The position includes outreach and involvement with all religious education programs of the parish including youth, adults, volunteers, and parish staff as highlighted in the job description.

Please see the complete job description online here.

For those who are interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to the following:

Rev. Timothy Nadeau
Pastor, Prince of Peace Parish
16 St. Croix Street
P.O. Box 1540
Lewiston, ME 04241-1540
timothy.nadeau@portlanddiocese.org.

Incarnate Word Academy, a Catholic College Preparatory for young women, is looking for a leadership instructor. This position includes duties as a classroom teacher, leadership curriculum owner, point-lead for leadership co-curricular activities, and active contributor to the overall growth of students and the school. Will perform all other day-to-day duties as a full time faculty member at Incarnate Word Academy. This position is in progression to Director of Character and Leadership role.

For further information about this position, please click here.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter by e-mail to HR@incarnateword.org.

St. Pius X Parish, a culturally diverse and rapidly growing parish, is looking for a full-time Pastoral Assistant for Youth Ministry. This position will be responsible to the Pastor for implementing the parish’s commitment to ministry to middle and high school youth, including collaborating with parish staff, families, and youth to incorporate elements of outreach, evangelization, and discipleship formation to help our young people respond to their baptismal call.

The successful candidate will direct specific ministry out reach in middle school, high school, and Confirmation programs, which include but are not to be limited to retreats, weekly faith formation meetings, community building, liturgies, and community service opportunities. In addition to ministry in specified areas, the PA for Youth Ministry recruits, motivates, and provides general and specific direction to a stable group of volunteers to facilitate the program.

Successful candidates will have an active faith life within a Catholic community; they will possess a commitment to personal discipleship, a love for youth and a joy while accompanying youth and their families on their faith journey. Applicants should possess the ability to maintain excellent communication and organization skills and have the ability to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends. Preferred qualifications include a degree in theology or related field and fluency in Spanish.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to casey@stpxparish.com.

The Business Manager reports to the Pastor and assists him with parish financial, personnel, office, and communications administration. The Business Manager must be a person of faith who is committed to supporting the mission of the Church and of the parish, including through the responsible management of resources and by observing confidentiality.

Qualifications:

    • Knowledge of the principles of accounting and bookkeeping
    • Ability to understand, analyze, and interpret financial reports and legal documents used in the normal course of Parish business
    • Proficient in QuickBooks, Excel, and database management
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal relationship skills, including a commitment to employee motivation, team-building, efficiency, and knowledge skill sets development
    • Ability to resolve conflicts and solve problems successfully

Education and Experience:

      • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university, ideally business or finance degree
      • At least five year’s successful experience in finance/business management

For a full job description, please click this link.

Interested candidates are asked to e-mail a cover letter and resume including three references to the Rev. Donald J. Planty, Jr., Pastor at: pastor@stcharleschurch.org.

The Diocese of Harrisburg is taking resumes and cover letters for high school theology teachers.

Basic Requirements:

      • Minimum of a Bachelor Degree in Theology, Catechetics, or related field (Master Degree preferred)
      • Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
      • Strong knowledge of, and belief in, the philosophy, doctrine, and teaching mission of the Catholic in its entirety with faithful adherence to the Church’s Magisterium

If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Mr. James F. Gontis
Director of Evangelization and Catechesis
Diocese of Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA 17111

Full-time minister to oversee young adult, high school, and junior high ministry programs and Confirmation program in a multicultural parish setting. Must be a practicing, faith-filled Catholic with a desire to evangelize youth and make disciples. Must have a Bachelor’s Degree with a certificate in Youth Ministry or substantial experience and coursework in theology/catechesis. Individual must have strong spiritual leadership skills; excellent interpersonal skills, management, communications, public speaking, and presentation skills; must have skills necessary to organize and implement large, program-wide events; must be able to have flexibility in work hours; ability to speak Spanish is highly desirable but not required.

Salary is based on the Diocesan Scale and depends on qualifications and experience. Please send Letter of Intent and Request for Application to: hrsbulletin@comcast.net by May 15, 2018.

Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in High Point, North Carolina is searching for a full-time youth minister for grades 6-12 starting on July 1, 2018. Our parish, which has about 2000 families, uses programs such as Edge and Life Teen. A successful candidate will have enthusiasm and energy to build discipleship in our youth through service, worship, and social activities. Duties would include assisting the Director of Religious Education, as well as helping to prepare Parish School liturgies.

Qualifications:

      • Candidate should have a degree in Pastoral Theology, Religious Education, or a related field
      • Should be a practicing Catholic in good standing
      • Salary and benefits are commensurate with education and experience

Resumes and references should be sent to: jobopportunities@ihm-school.com or mail them to: Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Attn: Youth Minister Search Committee, 4145 Johnson Street, High Point, NC 27265

The Diocese of Steubenville is seeking a catechetical consultant to provide leadership in the design and implementation of programs for adults, youth, and children, to assist in building a solid foundation for the Catholic faith within the diocese. This position provides comprehensive, well-organized, and theologically sound catechist formation for the Christian faithful who serve in the diocese’s parish and schools.

Requirements include: a Master’s degree in theology, catechetics, or related field; the applicant must understand, support, and embrace the mission of the Diocese of Steubenville, be a practicing Catholic, and be currently in good standing and participating in a parish.

For a complete job description, visit this link and send a resume and cover letter to humanresources@diosteub.org.

Walking with Purpose (WWP), which is a non-profit organization that develops and conducts women’s Bible studies for parishes, is looking for a Marketing and Social Media Director. This position is 30-40 hours per week from a home office and will function as part of a virtual team.

Core Functions:

      • Develop and execute marketing campaigns for our three core markets: adult women, young adult women, and middle school girls
      • Raise awareness of WWP products to existing customer base working with data and systems team leader and social media team
      • Outreach to top 50 parishes in the US to promote and raise awareness of WWP. Work with WWP Regional Area Coordinator team and local coordinators
      • Project manage with a contracted app developer to develop a WWP app
      • Work with WWP bloggers and social media designers to manage a content calendar, write and post selected communications, including e-mail newsletter and social media posts
      • Create and maintain new online communication channels to grow WWP audience
      • Nurture WWP’s online community through monitoring and response
      • Monitor and measure WWP’s online brand reputation

Competencies:

      • Excellent writer with well-honed communication skills
      • Outstanding knowledge of marketing principles as well as strong strategic and analytic skills
      • Expert in all mainstream social media platforms for brand-building
      • Proficient in WordPress, Ontraport, Salesforce, Google Business Apps and MS Office
      • Detail-oriented, doer, ready to start working
      • Experience: five or more experience in brand marketing and communications
      • Bachelor’s degree or higher, MBA preferred
      • Product marketing experience

To apply or inquire, please e-mail: wwpsearch@gmail.com.

St. Pius X Catholic Parish in Pueblo, CO is seeking a full-time Director of Missionary Discipleship. According to Pope Francis’s Joy of the Gospel, the Director of Missionary Discipleship will assist the pastor in the conversion of the parish from maintenance to mission, discovering ways to build on what is good and capitalize on opportunities, in terms of communications and formation, filling in the gaps and establishing a path of discipleship with clear steps and spiritual accompaniment for those connected to this parish. For a complete job description, click here.

To apply, send an application and a letter of interest to nmartinez@dioceseofpueblo.org or mail to at: Diocese of Pueblo Human Resources Office, 101 N. Greenwood Street, Pueblo, CO 81003.

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AUGUSTINE INSTITUTE ALUMNI AT WORK IN THE WORLD

The graduates of the Augustine Institute are serving the Church’s mission of evangelization as teachers and school administrators, catechists and parish leaders, deacons and religious sisters, graduate students and homeschooling mothers.

As leaders in apostolates that serve men, women, and youth throughout the United States, they are responding to Christ’s call to be light, leaven, and salt for the world.