Marketing Coordinator – Augustine Institute – Greenwood Village, CO

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 Marketing Coordinator is responsible for stewarding the Augustine Institute brand, as well as other brands under the AI umbrella. This position will participate in key projects and be responsible for communicating and working with a cross functional team. The coordinator is responsible for various marketing endeavors, including digital and social marketing and for continuous improvement of the AI website.

The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for collaboratively working with the Director of Marketing to assist in all aspects of the AI’s marketing projects.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Actively participate in a culture of excellence, innovation, humility, and camaraderie that embraces the overall philosophy and culture of the Augustine Institute.
  • Work in active collaboration with the Director of Marketing on all aspects of marketing projects at the AI.
  • Write, edit, and proofread marketing outreaches across digital (Eblasts, Social Media posts) and print channels.
  • Manage Eblast lists and oversee corresponding editorial calendar for each audience.
  • Collaborate with AI partners and vendors to initiate, review, and produce marketing campaigns.
  • Development and stewardship of AI Brand Book and Style Guide.
  • Manage social media channels in line with the overall brand strategy, including collaboration and execution of the editorial calendar, creating and executing campaigns, writing and posting, reporting on analytics, and growing our following across all social channels.
  • Pull together the core work team and communicate the strategic direction and goals for marketing projects; ensure team understands and executes against the deliverables.
  • Manage the creative resources, providing clear direction, feedback, budget and timelines.
  • Participate in daily and weekly team meetings as necessary.

Qualifications:

  • Strong writing, editing, and communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and managerial skills.
  • Expert knowledge of English grammar.
  • Expert knowledge of the Chicago Manual of Style.
  • Expert knowledge of social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
  • Applicable college degree or professional editorial experience is preferred.
  • High attention to detail and ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Must be reliable and work collaboratively to achieve results.
  • Able to manage time and projects according to priority and deadline.
  • Maintains open communication, with a comfort level to address any manner of issues with the Director of Marketing.
  • Flexibility to adjust to new directions or priorities as needed
  • Strong verbal and interpersonal skills with ability to keep teams updated and aligned on objectives and target dates
  • Proficiency in common office tools and technology such as the Microsoft Suite, Google Drive and Calendar, Project Management Software, and more.
  • 4 year college degree in marketing-related field.
  • 3-5 years with specific experience and understanding of marketing and agency process.

Please submit inquiries to gina.warner@augustineinstitute.org.


Three Positions: Senior Gifts Officers, Full Time

Midwest Region: Flexible, Chicago-area preferred
Northeast Region: Flexible, New York-area or Boston-area preferred
Southeast Region: Flexible, Washington, DC-area or Atlanta-area preferred

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.

Job Description
The Augustine Institute’s Regional Senior Gifts Officers will understand, embrace, and advance the Institute’s mission, and will exhibit the Institute’s core values: to act with humility, to be entrepreneurial, and to pursue excellence.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Sharing the mission of the Augustine Institute and the joy of the Catholic Faith with donors in order to encourage their own relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Developing and maintaining a portfolio of 50-100 potential benefactors with capacity to give between $25,000 – $1,000,000 annually, making personal gift solicitations of these prospects, and recording all contact with prospects in the development database.
  • Scheduling and conducting 20 face-to-face benefactor visits monthly.
  • Leading the regional discovery, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of gifts.
  • Weekly email or phone check-ins, formal monthly reporting, and attendance at quarterly meetings in Denver.

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will possess the following:

  • Impeccable credentials and integrity.
  • Ability to write and speak in a compelling way about the New Evangelization
  • Significant experience and achievement in procuring major gifts.
  • Ability to travel frequently representing the Institute.
  • A good knowledge and consistent practice of the Catholic Faith.
  • An operative understanding of how the Catholic Church is organized.
  • A four-year college degree. Advanced or professional degree a plus.
  • Initiative and teamwork contributing to the overall goals of the development group.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience and success
Reports to: President

Please submit all inquiries to president@augustineinstitute.org.


Bookkeeper – Full Time, Greenwood Village, CO

The Augustine Institute is a registered 501(c)(3) Not For Profit Corporation headquartered at Augustine Institute ~ 6160 S Syracuse Way ~ Greenwood Village, CO 80111 ~ 303-937-4420.

Mission: 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.

Job Description
The responsibilities of the Bookkeeper include:

  • Reconcile credit card settlements, up to 12,000 transactions on a daily basis
  • Troubleshoot credit card settlement errors and exceptions
  • Enter daily check and credit card deposits into Netsuite
  • Create invoices from quotes generated by customer service department for pay-by-check customers
  • Process customer refunds and exchanges
  • Run an open invoice report on a weekly basis and follow-up with customers on past due accounts
  • Reconcile café cash register statements on a daily basis
  • Make weekly bank runs of petty cash and café deposits
  • Replenish coin and currency levels for café register drawer, as needed
  • Organize and file hard copies of miscellaneous accounting support
  • General support for accounting team

Qualifications

  • Associate’s degree in business or accounting or 2+ years of equivalent relevant experience
  • Advanced reconciliation skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • High level of data entry accuracy (minimal transpositions or transcription errors)
  • Team-player / ability to interact well others in a dynamic, growing company
  • High degree of professionalism
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Excel spreadsheet functionality and formulas, including pivot tables (Excel 2016 preferred)
  • Familiarity with Netsuite and Blackbaud Financial Edge (FE) a plus

Reports to: Controller
Compensation: $17.00/hour
Benefits Include: medical and other insurances, paid time off, and retirement plan participation.
Relocation: There are no relocation reimbursements for this position. Only applicants already residing within a reasonable commuting distance to Denver, CO will be considered for this position.

Please submit any inquiries to kristen.mosher@augustineinstitute.org.


Ezer Interns

We are sincerely looking for people God is calling to change the world. The Ezer Project is a NEW Catholic non-profit whose mission is to minister to Catholic lay ministers. We are designing cutting edge strategies and systems using some of the best ministry practices available in the Catholic Church today. Our goal is to raise up lay leaders who are happy, healthy, holy, effective, and capable of partnering with pastors and bishops to implement ministry models that change lives and eternities.

You, as an Ezer Intern, will be given the opportunity to discern in a safe, supportive environment whether you are being called to serve as a Catholic lay ecclesial minister. You will be immersed in the ministry of a parish in order to experience the BEST AND WORST of lay ministry while developing the skills needed in order to be an excellent minister. Highlights of this immersion experience include but are not limited to:

  • Formation in prayer and interior life
  • Relational Ministry Skills and Development
  • Public Speaking
  • Participation in Vision Casting and Development of Particular Parish Ministry
  • Networking in local, diocesan, and national events
  • Coordinating events, retreats, bible studies, small group sessions, and more
  • Introductory training to strategy, management, and ministerial strategy and implemntation
  • And more

We are looking for MINISTERIAL ENTREPRENEURS who possess the following qualities and attributes:

  • A passionate, sacrificial love for Jesus and His Church
  • A full commitment to the 12 Ezer Values
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Minimum 2 years of ministry experience and/or undergraduate degree in theology, pastoral ministry, or related field.
  • Willingness to raise support as a missionary
    • Minimum yearly salary $47,476
  • A call to minister to Catholic lay ministers

If you are interested in learning about the challenge and excitement of developing a NEW ministry contact us. We know God is calling you to something great. Let us talk, pray, and discern if He is calling you Ezer, to ministering to Catholic lay ministers.

For more information, check us out at www.TheEzerProject.com and/or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/EzerProject/. If interested in learning more, send a resume and cover letter to contact@theezerproject.com  and/or call 1-541- 972-EZER.


Ezer Administrative Assistant: Full Time

We are sincerely looking for people God is calling to change the world. The Ezer Project is a NEW Catholic non-profit whose mission is to minister to Catholic lay ministers. We are designing cutting edge strategies and systems using some of the best ministry practices available in the Catholic Church today. Our goal is to raise up lay leaders who are happy, healthy, holy, effective, and capable of partnering with pastors and bishops to implement ministry models that change lives and eternities.

We are looking for an individual capable of collaborating closely with the Ezer Executive Director and Chief Business Development Officer to develop administrative systems for maximum efficiency. You must be smart, disciplined, focused, attentive to detail and able to maintain professional administrative systems.

We are looking for MINISTERIAL ENTREPRENEURS who possess the following qualities and attributes:

  • A passionate, sacrificial love for Jesus and His Church
  • A full commitment to the 12 Ezer Values
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects
  • Strong Administrative Skills
  • Exceptional Customer Service Skills, over the phone and in person
  • Strong sense of urgency and problem solving skills
  • Bi-lingual preferred
  • Must be computer savvy and proficient in MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Outlook
  • Must be able to work independently and meet assigned deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Minimum High School Degree
  • Prepared for full-time work in an office space, including sitting at a desk
  • Ability to lift 35 pounds
  • Minimum 2 years of ministry and/or administrative support experience
  • Willingness to raise support as a missionary
    • Minimum yearly salary $47,476
  • A Call to Minister to Catholic Lay Ministers

If you are interested in learning about the challenge and excitement of developing a NEW ministry contact us. We know God is calling you to something great. Let us talk, pray, and discern if He is calling you Ezer, to ministering to Catholic lay ministers.

For more information, check us out at www.TheEzerProject.com and/or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/EzerProject/. If interested in learning more, send a resume and cover letter to contact@theezerproject.com  and/or call 1-541- 972-EZER.


Ezer Parish Ministry Coordinators

We are sincerely looking for people God is calling to change the world. The Ezer Project is a NEW Catholic non-profit whose mission is to minister to Catholic lay ministers. We are designing cutting edge strategies and systems using some of the best ministry practices available in the Catholic Church today. Our goal is to raise up lay leaders who are happy, healthy, holy, effective, and capable of partnering with pastors and bishops to implement ministry models that change lives and eternities.

You, as an Ezer Ministry Coordinator, will be responsible for the prayerful development, vision casting, strategizing, and implementation of a key parish ministry, as well as the supervision of Ezer immersion experience intern. As different needs for each parish arise, there are different coordinator roles available, including but not limited to:

  • High School Youth Ministry
  • Middle School Youth Ministry
  • Children’s Faith Formation
  • Liturgy
  • Music
  • Young Adult Ministry
  • Adult Faith Formation
  • Hispanic Ministry
  • Marriage and Family
  • Discipleship/Small Group Ministry
  • Special Needs Ministry
  • And More

We are looking for MINISTERIAL ENTREPRENEURS who possess the following qualities and attributes:

  • A passionate, sacrificial love for Jesus and His Church
  • A full commitment to the 12 Ezer Values
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Minimum 2 years of ministry experience and/or undergraduate degree in theology, pastoral ministry, or related field.
  • Willingness to raise support as a missionary
    • Minimum yearly salary $47,476
  • A call to minister to Catholic lay ministers

If you are interested in learning about the challenge and excitement of developing a NEW ministry contact us. We know God is calling you to something great. Let us talk, pray, and discern if He is calling you Ezer, to ministering to Catholic lay ministers.

For more information, check us out at www.TheEzerProject.com and/or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/EzerProject/. If interested in learning more, send a resume and cover letter to contact@theezerproject.com  and/or call 1-541- 972-EZER.


Ezer Mentors

We are sincerely looking for people God is calling to change the world. The Ezer Project is a NEW Catholic non-profit whose mission is to minister to Catholic lay ministers. We are designing cutting edge strategies and systems using some of the best ministry practices available in the Catholic Church today. Our goal is to raise up lay leaders who are happy, healthy, holy, effective, and capable of partnering with pastors and bishops to implement ministry models that change lives and eternities.

We are looking for individuals who are capable of leading leaders. Your primary role as an Ezer Mentor will be to develop systems that form, train, and support an Ezer team of Parish Coordinators, Immersion Interns, and parish lay volunteers so that they are happy, healthy, holy, and effective. You will work closely on site with parish priests and the Ezer Team to identify and develop strategies that bring laser-like focus to the implementation of the parish mission. You will also participate in the creation, development, and implementation of the best ministry systems and practices for ministering to Catholic lay ministers.

We are looking for MINISTERIAL ENTREPRENEURS who possess the following qualities and attributes:

  • A passionate, sacrificial love for Jesus and His Church
  • A full commitment to the 12 Ezer Values
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Minimum 5 years of ministry experience
  • Undergraduate and/or graduate degree in theology, pastoral ministry, or related field
  • Meets the minimum standards for certification in one of the disciplines outlined by the Alliance for the Certification of Lay Ecclesial Ministers.
  • Excellent understanding of ministerial strategy, management, and implementation
  • Must be prepared for the varying physical demands that accompany full time ministry; intense retreat experiences, sitting at a desk for admin tasks, and physically demanding service projects, lift a minimum of 25 pounds
  • Willingness to raise support as a missionary
    • Minimum yearly salary $47,476, with a sliding pay scale based on experience, education, and expertise
  • A call to minister to Catholic lay ministers

If you are interested in learning about the challenge and excitement of developing a NEW ministry contact us. We know God is calling you to something great. Let us talk, pray, and discern if He is calling you Ezer, to ministering to Catholic lay ministers.

For more information, check us out at www.TheEzerProject.com and/or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/EzerProject/. If interested in learning more, send a resume and cover letter to contact@theezerproject.com  and/or call 1-541- 972-EZER.


Executive Director of Evangelization and Catechesis – Austin, TX

The Executive Director of Evangelization and Catechesis has responsibility for developing, overseeing and supporting faith formation and discipleship efforts in the Archdiocese. The Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis provides policy guidance, resources and training for catechetical and discipleship programs for children, youth, young adults, and adults of the parishes and missions of the Archdiocese. It assumes all administrative and organizational responsibilities for the department and its staff. The Executive Director supports and promotes the Catholic Church’s teachings on evangelization and catechesis and ensures its commitment and integration throughout every aspect of Catholic life and ministry in the Archdiocese.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of Ten (10) years of experience working within diocesan Religious Education structures or similar experience preferred; an advanced degree in Theology, Catechesis, Education or relevant field; and must be an active Catholic in good standing with a strong desire to assist the Church in faithfully and responsibly communicating the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the mission, ministry, and needs of the Catholic Church.

To apply send resume to nlargent@ArchOKC.org.


Director of Marriage and Family Life – Archdiocese of Seattle

The Archdiocese of Seattle has an opening for a full-time Director of Marriage and Family Life. This opening is to fill a newly created position.

The Archbishop is the visible principle and foundation of unity in the particular Church entrusted to him. In a unique and visible way, he makes Christ’s mission present and enduring as Shepherd of the Christian Community. In order to fulfill his mission, the Archbishop employs suitable, chosen collaborators (clerics, religious, or lay people). He shares with them the apostolic mission and entrusts various responsibilities to them. (Directory on the Pastoral Ministry of Bishops, 198)

Each position employed in the Chancery helps to extend the ministry of the Archbishop in particular ways as outlined in the position description.

General Summary of Essential Purpose:

The Director of Marriage and Family Life works to strategically advance the overall mission of the Archbishop of Seattle and the Church in Western Washington through the education and promotion of marriage preparation and enrichment, natural family planning, and through the development of resources to encourage discipleship within the family. This position plays a vital role in strengthening families and evangelizing Catholics and non-Catholics alike, while communicating with parishes and other entities in maintaining and developing programs to further the mission of the Catholic Church in the New Evangelization.

NOTE: This is an appointed position by the Archbishop of Seattle and subject to Archdiocesan Policy pertaining to appointed positions. The Archbishop reserves the right to make modifications to the position description at his discretion and in accord with the provisions of canon law.

Essential Position Duties:

  1. Delivers the program by performing the following:
    • Clearly and enthusiastically communicating the goals of New Evangelization, and motivating others in sharing the faith with renewed enthusiasm and new methods;
    • Identifying critical issues and needs in the Catholic community and addressing them through available agency resources;
    • Implementing and evaluating programs which support Marriage and Family Life, including counseling and marriage preparation both proximate and remote
    • Making known the available services using effective promotional venues;
    • Collaborating with supervisor, Chancery Offices, peers, parishes and pastoral leadership in development of the Strategic Plan for the agency;
    • Providing reports on service delivery to supervisor on a timely basis;
    • Determining that professional, licensing, or other accreditation requirements are in place to satisfy legal, regulatory, and other requirements; and,
    • Fulfilling all federal and state reporting requirements including financial, legal, and professional documents and submissions.
  2. Collaborate with supervisor, Chancery Offices, peers, parishes and pastoral leadership in the development of new programs and initiatives in the areas of marriage preparation proximate and remote, family life formation and youth/young adult/campus ministries. Participate in existing initiatives as appropriate.
  3. Increase the understanding of Natural Family Planning throughout the Archdiocese in conjunction with marriage preparation and family strengthening programs on an archdiocesan and parish-level. Visit individual parishes and groups to offer guidance and support in the development of local programs.
  4. Establishes and maintains community relationships by:
    • Being a liaison with the Catholic community through pastors, educators, health providers and various social services;
    • Being a representative of marriage and family life at diocesan and community events through official functions and participation on various teams, task forces, working groups and committees and to establish a strong profile for marriage and family life.
  5. Ensure fiscal management by preparing an annual operating plan and budget and monitoring the budget and operating costs.
  6. Direct administrative support for the department by mentoring, coaching and monitoring job performance, completing written performance evaluations on an annual basis and promoting training and professional development opportunities.

Essential Qualifications:

  1. Primary:
    • Willingness and ability to support the mission of the Church by extending the ministry of the Archbishop.
    • Ability and desire to use God-given gifts and talents in service of the local Church in support of the collaboration between lay and ordained Ministers.
    • Active member of a parish/faith community in good standing with the Church.
    • Knowledge of and compatibility with the mission of the Catholic Church, and strong working knowledge of the Catholic parish structures and organizations, the Church’s ministerial and pastoral work, and Catholic identity.
    • Passionate about Catholicism and the New Evangelization and always looking for new ways to strengthen families and evangelizing people both in and out of the pews.
  2. Experience:
    • Demonstrated successful leadership experience to include staff supervision, budget, policy planning and strategic planning.
    • Demonstrated effective communication and interpersonal skills with the Catholic community through pastors, educators, health providers and various social services.
    • Extensive experience, training and understanding of Natural Family Planning.
    • Familiarity and experience with using new media for the purposes of the New Evangelization.
    • Experience teaching marriage preparation classes, FOCCUS inventory and other life-skills programs for marriage preparation.
    • Experience working with parishes in developing programs to strengthen families and family life.
  3. Education:
    • Professional degree in theology or related field
  4. Other Elements:
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, with demonstrated ability to facilitate meetings, conduct oral presentations, and write documents and/or reports.
    • Demonstrated ability to enable staff to accomplish goals through collaboration, collegiality and team organization.
    • Understanding and commitment to this position as a ministry, not merely a job.
    • Ability to work evenings and weekends.
    • Ability to work with people of various economic, racial and cultural backgrounds.
    • Bilingual competency (English/Spanish) a plus.
    • Possession of a valid Washington State driver’s license.

Competitive salary and excellent benefits. To apply for this job, please visit our website at www.seattlearchdiocese.org/jobs. We require all applicants to submit our standard application and a cover letter. Resumes alone will not be accepted.


Director of Children’s Faith Formation (Grades K-6) – Colorado Springs, CO

St. Paul Catholic Church is seeking a part-time, 20 hours per week; 12 months per year Director of Children’s Faith Formation that will implement an all-inclusive faith formation and sacramental preparation process for children in kindergarten through grade six. This will include recruiting and training catechists for children in programs from grades K-6, having a preparation process for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist for children in grades 2-6, having an RCIA process for those in grades 3-6, and offering opportunities for parents to become involved, such as organizing Family Faith Nights and/or VBS.

Requirements:
Candidate must:

  • Have a minimum of a Bachelor of Arts, preferably in education (religious education a plus;
  • Have at least three years in parish ministry, preferably as a catechist and member of a faith formation committee implementing parish programs;
  • Be a certified as a catechist;
  • Have a Parish Catechetical Leader certification, or working toward it;
  • Be a passionate, practicing Roman Catholic willing to become an active member of the parish;
  • Have excellent interpersonal, human relation, communication and organizational skills;
  • Be able to work independently, yet collaboratively with volunteers and parish staff;
  • Be willing to commit to overall parish welfare and development; and,
  • Complete an application to accompany resume. Salary will be negotiable considering education and experience.

Position is available January 1, 2017. Applications will be accepted through October 31. Please send application to Mrs. Beverly martin, St. Paul Catholic Church, 9 El Pomar Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 or send to bmartin@stpaulcos.org. Application and full job description available on parish website: www.stpaulcos.org.


President of School – Norfolk, NE

Norfolk Catholic School is a PK-12 school in beautiful Norfolk, Nebraska. We are seeking a Passionate Leader on fire with love for Christ and His Church, called to Lead our team of Faculty, Staff and Students, and parents, to develop their talents for the glory of God and make disciples. The successful candidate for this position will have a heart to be on Mission and the ability to engage and ignite the faith in our community. As President/CEO, this person will lead the Advancement Team by inspiring, developing and working toward a more robust and long lasting Advancement program; and the School Administrative Team and school community toward the concrete educational goals set out in our strategic plan.

Qualifications

  • A passion for the New Evangelization and the Catholic Faith.
  • Experience in some missionary aspect of the Catholic Faith.
  • The ability to ignite, inspire, and lead our faculty and staff team to realize the mission of our school.
  • A Change Agent with the desire and courage to innovate in order that more people can experience personal conversion through Catholic Education.
  • Business acumen and ability to be a good steward of all financial resources.
  • The ability to build and inspire financial support of our Mission by bolstering Catholic Identity and taking strategic steps to grow the Advancement Team.
  • Leadership skills fueled by committed prayer life.

To Apply:

We invite applicants to visit our parish and school websites at www.sacredheartnorfolk.com for additional information. Interested applicants should email their resume and a letter of introduction that outlines your Vision for this position and our school. Documents can be emailed to Fr. Dan Andrews, Pastor of Sacred Heart Parish at pastor@sacredheartnorfolk.com.

Deadline for applications is December 16, 2016.


Co-Activity Director: Curriculum/Technology, Shawnee, OK

St. Gregory’s University, a Catholic and Benedictine liberal arts community (est. 1875), seeks qualified applicants for a five year post as a Curriculum/Technology Specialist beginning immediately. The successful candidate should have a mastery understanding of the Catholic intellectual tradition as expressed pedagogically in the Church’s liberal arts heritage, and be conversant with the latest advancements in educational technology and digital resources.

The position was designed, and is funded, as part of a Title III NASNTI grant that was awarded to St. Gregory’s University to improve the learning environment and academic outcomes of Native American and low income students.

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Collaborate and advise faculty and administrators in the Institutional Core (IC) enhancement;
  • Facilitates development of technology-integrated classes, online classes and hybrid classes;
  • Provide training opportunities and classroom support for faculty and students in their use of technology;
  • Facilitates and participates in development of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) and faculty use of the facility for course development;
  • Prepare reports as directed by the NASNTI Director and SGU administrators to monitor grant progress.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A deep understanding and commitment to the liberal arts and the Catholic intellectual tradition;
  • A commitment to postsecondary success of underrepresented students, particular low income and Native American students;
  • Extensive knowledge of culturally-appropriate curriculum best practices and policies, especially as they pertain to Native American and low-income students;
  • Demonstrated understanding of trends/controversies in the use of educational technology,
  • Experience with designing and implementing professional development activities;
  • Experience delivering training and programs for students on technology-related topics;
  • Creative curriculum development experience, specifically infusing digital resources;
  • Established understanding of the fundamentals of instructional design.

Education

  • Master’s degree or higher in higher education, curriculum development, liberal arts, or related field.

To Apply
Send letter of application, vita, transcripts, and contact information for three professional references to the Human Resources Department, St. Gregory’s University, 1900 W. MacArthur Drive, Shawnee, OK 74804. Application materials may be sent electronically to hr@stgregorys.edu or via mail service. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Postal Address:
Human Resources Department
St. Gregory’s University
1900 W. MacArthur
Shawnee, OK 74804

Phone: 405-878-5100

For additional information, please see Higher Ed Jobs


Secretary to Grant Director, Shawnee, OK

St. Gregory’s University, a Catholic and Benedictine liberal arts community (est. 1875), seeks qualified applicants for a five year post as a Curriculum/Technology Specialist beginning immediately. The successful candidate should have a mastery understanding of the Catholic intellectual tradition as expressed pedagogically in the Church’s liberal arts heritage, and be conversant with the latest advancements in educational technology and digital resources.

The position was designed, and is funded, as part of a Title III NASNTI grant that was awarded to St. Gregory’s University to improve the learning environment and academic outcomes of Native American and low income students.

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Assist NASNTI Director and Activity Co-Directors with clerical duties related to the NASNTI project, including but not limited to processing purchase orders, budget and travel preparation for all NASNTI related professional development opportunities;
  • Maintain NASNTI inventory of supplies and equipment;
  • Provide data entry support for all NASNTI personnel;
  • Serve as receptionist for the NASNTI office and the Academic Success Center (ASC);
  • Handle confidential student information with tact, discretion and in compliance with FERPA regulations;
  • Maintain and adhere to U.S. Department of Education and university policies and procedures

Preferred Qualifications

  • A deep understanding and commitment to the liberal arts and the Catholic intellectual tradition;
  • Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, and database software applications and office equipment (i.e., photocopier, printer, fax machine, calculator)
  • Ability to think, reason, and make sound judgments to decide how duties and responsibilities are completed in compliance with U.S. Department of Education and university policies and procedures
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such procedures manuals
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence
  • Ability to work in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty, and staff

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher

To Apply
Send letter of application, vita, transcripts, and contact information for three professional references to the Human Resources Department, St. Gregory’s University, 1900 W. MacArthur Drive, Shawnee, OK 74804. Application materials may be sent electronically to hr@stgregorys.edu or via mail service. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Postal Address:
Human Resources Department
St. Gregory’s University
1900 W. MacArthur
Shawnee, OK 74804

Phone: 405-878-5100

For additional information, please see Higher Ed Jobs


Co-Activity Director: Retention Specialist, Shawnee, OK

St. Gregory’s University, a Catholic and Benedictine liberal arts community (est. 1875), seeks qualified applicants for a five year post as a Curriculum/Technology Specialist beginning immediately. The successful candidate should have a mastery understanding of the Catholic intellectual tradition as expressed pedagogically in the Church’s liberal arts heritage, and be conversant with the latest advancements in educational technology and digital resources.

The position was designed, and is funded, as part of a Title III NASNTI grant that was awarded to St. Gregory’s University to improve the learning environment and academic outcomes of Native American and low income students.

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Collaborate and advise faculty and administrators in the Institutional Core (IC) enhancement
  • Facilitates development of technology-integrated classes, online classes and hybrid classes
  • Provide training opportunities and classroom support for faculty and students in their use of technology;
  • Facilitates and participates in development of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) and faculty use of the facility for course development;
  • Prepare reports as directed by the NASNTI Director and SGU administrators to monitor grant progress.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A deep understanding and commitment to the liberal arts and the Catholic intellectual tradition;
  • A commitment to postsecondary success of underrepresented students, particular low income and Native American students;
  • Extensive knowledge of culturally-appropriate curriculum best practices and policies, especially as they pertain to Native American and low-income students;
  • Demonstrated understanding of trends/controversies in the use of educational technology,
  • Experience with designing and implementing professional development activities;
  • Experience delivering training and programs for students on technology-related topics;
  • Creative curriculum development experience, specifically infusing digital resources;
  • Established understanding of the fundamentals of instructional design.

Education

  • Master’s degree or higher in higher education, curriculum development, liberal arts, or related field.

To Apply
Send letter of application, vita, transcripts, and contact information for three professional references to the Human Resources Department, St. Gregory’s University, 1900 W. MacArthur Drive, Shawnee, OK 74804. Application materials may be sent electronically to hr@stgregorys.edu or via mail service. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Postal Address:
Human Resources Department
St. Gregory’s University
1900 W. MacArthur
Shawnee, OK 74804

Phone: 405-878-5100

For additional information, please see Higher Ed Jobs


Youth Minister – Yuba City, CA

Northern California needs you to transform the lives of teens through fellowship and prayer. Hundreds of youth at Saint Isidore need a deeper encounter with Christ and the strength of true friendship. As a parish that is muy Latino, you’d be working with a group tha tmight not be cien por ciento Hispano, but easily 90%. Being able to hablar en español is a plus, but you’d be able to get by if you could help host posadas y las mañanitas. You’d begin by building a twice monthly high school night and then add a 2x a month middle school night. Unless you can trilocate (actually, like 2 dozen-locate), you’ll need to build teams for each program and to coordinate retreats as well as an annual mission trip.

Essential Functions

  1. Program Development
    • Build core groups
    • Develop leadership
    • Reach out to youth
    • Be available to teens
    • Coordinate retreats and prayer meetings
    • Work well with parents and old people
  2. Recruitment and Training of Leaders
    • Form leaders from youth and adults
    • Support them
    • Work with the entire parish in building a program
    • Keep leaders dialed in to available resources
  3. Administration
    • Build the calendar
    • Set the budget
    • Keep necessary records
    • Get the word out
    • Build youth presence in liturgy
    • Report to pastor
    • Always review to improve
  4. Communication
    • Keep the whole parish in the loop
    • Work with neighboring parishes and the diocese
    • Get teams thinking and leading
    • Engage parish leadership to build youth participation
    • Get youth events on the calendar
    • Keep the big picture by connecting with the diocese and national resources
    • Work with others in town
    • Know your goals

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field. Have you read Sustainable Youth Ministry?

Experience: Have already done this for a couple years; you can work with others—following the lead and helping others to lead.

Skills/Knowledge: Se puede comunicar: able to use all the platforms to converse: talking, writing, public speaking. That means talking in front of people. Can organize stuff and keep stuff organized. Can keep the feathers in the pillowcase—cf. Saint PHilip Neri. Speaking of saints, you need to be muy catolico: practicando la fe and knowing it and able to explain it. Are you a slob? Elsewhere go. BTW, you’re not going to be able to do all this on your own: everythign has to do with your ability to build teams and keep them on track. You’ve heard of multiple hats? Make it an art form. Can you embody Christ to real people?

Send resume to pastor@stisidore-yubacity.org.


Director of Marriage & Family Life – Plymouth, MI

At Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church (OLGC), we firmly believe the prophetic words of Pope St. John Paul II, “As the family goes, so goes the nation and so goes the whole world in which we live.” With this understanding, and in order to achieve our vision of “offering every person in our community a life-changing encounter with Jesus”, we are seeking a full-time Director of Marriage & Family Life to develop, implement, and oversee programs that ensure engaged couples are well-equipped for marriage and that married couples have the tools and support necessary for their relationship to thrive.  This position reports directly to the pastor and requires routine night and weekend work.  It offers a competitive salary and benefits.

Responsibilities

Strategic Planning

  • Develop and implement a plan to ensure that:
    • Those entering the Sacrament of Marriage have had an encounter with Jesus and a truly sacramental understanding of marriage;
    • Those parents seeking to baptize their children have had an encounter with Jesus and intend to raise their child to be His disciple;
    • The married couples in the parish have ample opportunity throughout the year to enrich their marriage;
    • Couples receive sound teaching on the theology, merits, and methodology of Natural Family Planning; and
    • Those suffering from a divorce receive loving support
  • Determine the resources needed to achieve that plan.
  • Develop methods to measure the effectiveness of each Marriage & Family Life program and make adjustments as needed to reach desired outcomes.

Program Development

  • Research, review, and/or develop programs that effectively:
    • Prepare couples for the Sacrament of Marriage;
    • Enrich marriages;
    • Prepare parents of the Sacrament of Baptism;
    • Educate couple on NFP; and
    • Equip individuals to deal with the trauma of divorce in a healthy and biblical way.
  • Recruit and train volunteers to successfully implement these programs.

Program Management

    • Manage the implementation of the selected marriage prep, marriage enrichment, NFP, baptismal prep, and divorce support ministries, including:
      • Recruiting, training, and managing volunteers;
      • Appropriately advertising the offerings;
      • Registering parishioners in the program and handling any fee collection;
      • Ordering supplies and resources need to administer the programs; and
      • Resolving any issues that arise with participants or volunteers
      • In conjunction with the pastoral team, oversee the processing of annulments.

Team Engagement

      • Be an actively engaged member of the Parish Team, participating in routine staff meetings, daily prayer meetings, and other key team meetings and events.

Required Skills & Experience

      • Master’s in Theological Studies: Marriage & Family or similar master’s level degree.
      • Minimum of three years experience developing and implementing marriage and family programs at the parish or diocesan level.
      • Proven ability to recruit, train, and manage volunteers.
      • Proven ability to measure and analyze results, and to make adjustments needed to drive high impact

Critical Qualities

      • Strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a deep love for Hist Church
      • Passion for leading people into a life-changing encounter with Jesus
      • Firm belief in the family as the nucleus of society
      • Humble, with a genuine openness to constructive criticism
      • Joyful, authentic, charitable, and courageous
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Servant leader and effective influencer
      • Thrives in team environments
      • Self-starter with strong initiative
      • Incessant tinkerer, constantly driving towards better outcomes
      • Effective planner and implementer
      • Highly responsive and dependable
      • Winsome
      • Mission driven
      • Creative problem solver

Application Instructions: Please send your cover letter, resume, statement of faith to applications@olgcparish.net. Your statement of faith should be roughly two to five paragraphs long and describe your faith journey and current spiritual disciplines.


Executive Assistant – Christ in the City – Denver, CO

Job Summary
Christ in the City is seeking a part time Executive Assistant who works closely with Managing Director.

Duties and Responsibilities
The responsibilities of Executive Assistant are to complete those tasks which are approved by the Managing Director only. These duties may include but are not limited to:

  • Facilitating Managing Director in performing their job role
  • Management and arrangement of calendar, scheduling, daily appointments, and logistics
  • Maintaining and organizing data and reports
  • Preparing agendas and making meeting minutes
  • Preparing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
  • Communicating clearly with Managing Director
  • Leading prayer once per week including rosary, stations of the cross, etc.

Skills Required

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
  • Great communication skills, written and verbal
  • Skilled at logistics

Interested applicants should submit an email detailing their qualifications for the position to jobs@christinthecity.org.


Full Time Media/Marketing Assistant – Christ in the City – Denver, CO

Job Summary
Christ in the City is seeking a full time media/marketing assistant to complete media projects to support our increasing media needs.
Duties and Responsibilities
The responsibilities of Media/Marketing are to effectively create and carry out a communications plan with the Managing Director as follows:

  • Website – Restructure site map and content, oversee content management
  • Blog – Designate bloggers and allow for subscribers
  • Email – Monthly E-newsletters, manage content deadlines and design emails
  • Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, Youtube
  • Materials – brand and manage inventory of printed and digital materials, direct mail appeals, and fundraising materials
  • Fundraising Campaigns – manage media
  • Strategy Development – oversee and manage a team of Missionaries, Interns, and Volunteers

Skills Required

  • Experience in graphic design, video editing, and website design.

Interested applicants should submit an email detailing their qualifications for the position to jobs@christinthecity.org.


Director, Annual Giving – Denver, CO

Capuchin Province of Mid-America, Inc. has an opening for a Director, Annual Giving. The Director, Annual Giving is responsible for developing, planning, implementing and managing a comprehensive Annual Giving program that will increase participation and financial support to the Province’s Annual Fund. The primary tools to be used are direct mail, email and social media. This position works in an environment dedicated to advancing the mission of the Province, and should be current on recent trends and approaches to the use of direct mail, email marketing, and social media.

Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities:

      1. Develop, plan, implement and manage a comprehensive annual fund program designed to broaden the Province’s donor base and increase overall participation and financial support to its Annual Fund.
      2. Coordinate and develop the Province’s tracking of donor acquisition and renewals, working with prospect managers to identify major gift prospects from the Annual Fund pool.
      3. Establish fundraising goals, objectives, strategies, schedules, and analysis of results for each element of the Annual Fund.
      4. Develop in conjunction with Province leadership, strong messages and content for all printed, electronic and verbal script materials.
      5. Analyze data regarding annual giving programs and past giving trends to provide program results and to plan for future segmentation.
      6. Develop and implement plans to increase the percentage of donors who take advantage of corporate matching gift programs.
      7. Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Education/Experience/Skills
Required: B.A. or equivalent work experience
Preferred: The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to the mission of the Province and its relationships with its constituencies. Must have the ability and enthusiasm to work collaboratively with the Province and its staff. The position requires outstanding verbal and written communication skills specifically in the area of content and message development, as well as the ability to manage multiple priorities and projects while maintaining attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential. Three years of progressive fundraising, sales, marketing or related experience are preferred, with verifiable success in soliciting annual fund gifts and acquiring annual fund donors, preferably in a religious setting. Experience with Raiser’s Edge is strongly preferred.

Salary Range
30 hours per week – commensurate with experience.

Interested Applicants:
Please send cover letter and resume to Gina Francis at gina.francis@capuchins.org.
Please reference the job title in the subject line of your email.
Application deadline: September 1, 2016.

The Capuchin Franciscans
Renowned as peacemakers and simple, approachable priests and brothers, the Capuchin friars, who walk in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi, have been serving the Roman Catholic Church in the United States since the 17th century. Usually found in the poorer sections of towns and cities, the Capuchins have a special charism for working among the marginalized and taking those assignments which others refuse.

Capuchins are perhaps most easily recognized by the brown habit and long capuche (hood) for which the order is named. They were among the first missionaries in Maine, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky, and all along the Mississippi River. The first pastors of both New York City and St. Louis were Capuchins. Today there are seven regional jurisdictions of Capuchins in the continental United States and others in Puerto Rico and the Marianna and Hawaiian Islands. There are over 11,000 Capuchins who serve in 100 countries worldwide.

The Capuchin Province of Mid-America (St. Conrad) based in Denver, Colorado, is made up of over 60 Catholic priests, brothers and temporarily professed men. They serve in Colorado, Kansas, Texas and in Papua New Guinea. They can be found working in soup kitchens, homeless shelters, nursing homes, prisons and churches, serving as hospital chaplains, parish priests, missionaries, counselors, nurses, preachers, or prison ministers.

“Where have the Capuchins not penetrated? Where have they not shown up? When times were at their worst and help was sorely needed, in places abandoned and where no one else would go, there you will find the Capuchins,” Pope Pius IX.


Business Manager – Arlington, VA

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church is looking for a Business Manager who will report to the Pastor and assists him with parish financial, personnel, office and communications administration, analysis and planning. The Parish Business Manager has the responsibility for financial reporting, internal control, cash management, accounting and budgeting processes. The Business Manager also oversees human resources matters and supervises the parish office and administrative staff. The Business
Manager also serves as staff liaison to financial institutions, to the Parish Finance Council and to the diocesan Finance Office.

Qualifications

Candidates should possess strong organizational, analytical, communication, interpersonal, managerial and writing skills. An undergraduate degree in accounting, business, finance or a related field and supervisory experience are expected. Qualification as a certified public accountant and knowledge of QuickBooks are highly desirable. Dedication to the mission
and teachings of the Catholic Church is necessary.

The position offers a competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with education and experience.

To apply, mail or email letter of interest with salary requirements along with resume to:
Pastor
Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church
3304 Washington Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22001
pastor@stcharleschurch.org

Fore additional information, please see: http://www.catholicjobs.com/job/6612124918.


High School Youth Minister – Genesee Depot, WI

St Paul’s Catholic Church is looking for a high school youth minister.  This High School Youth Minister is responsible for faith-filled 9-12th grade instruction and the evangelization/outreach activities that support it, such as retreats, mission trips, youth group and more.  It is full time.  The high school youth minister is focused specifically on both parish’s youth, while at the same time,actively engaging as part of parish specific and collaborative parish faith formation spanning birth to end of life, serving each parish and beyond.

Responsibilities

      • High school faith formation program management and development
      • Curriculum and lesson planning for grades 9-12
      • Catechist organization and training
      • All facets of class preparations
      • Plans and conducts grade specific retreats, missions, and other youth inspired faith-based evangelization/outreach activities for high school youth
      • Expansion of established youth group
      • 11th grade Confirmation preparation
      • Coordinates and actively participates as a member of a cross-parish faith formation team that includes other staff and a core team of volunteers at each parish
      • Parent communication and relationships relative to their high school youth faith and growth

Qualifications

      • Practicing Catholic with knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church and its mission
      • Bachelor’s degree in theology, ministry, and organizational skills
      • Highly motivated with excellent communication and organizational skills
      • Technological proficiency necessary to perform functions of the role and entice the parish youth
      • Previous experience in high school youth ministry or related youth ministry experience
      • Ability to maintain a flexible schedule that includes evenings and weekends
      • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, working collaboratively with people of diverse backgrounds and adhering to ethical standards
      • Knowledge and adherence to all “Safe Guarding Our Children” rules and guidelines
      • Prior experience working specially in a parish faith formation program and/or faith formation event management would be an asset

To apply submit resume and a completed Archdiocesan application form (available at www.archmil.org) to Rita Borowski, rborowr@gmail.com as soon as possible.


Director of Campus Ministry – Shawnee, OK

The Director of Campus Ministry is responsible for integrating Catholicism both on and off campus, serving as a liaison to various diocesan offices and youth groups, while working in tandem with St. Gregory’s University offices to promote an authentically Catholic atmosphere.

Qualifications

      • Practicing Catholic with a master’s degree in theology or related field. Bachelor’s Degree and experience in Youth/Young Adult Ministry will be considered
      • Mature understanding of the Catholic faith tradition and ability to communicate the tradition creatively and pastorally to young adults
      • Willingness to work some evenings and weekend
      • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
      • Completion of Safe Environment Program of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Essential Job Functions

      • Oversight of a comprehensive Catholic campus ministry program that is in line with the mission and vision of St. Gregory’s University and the magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church.
      • Cultivates relationships with Catholic organizations and institutions to promote the mission of St. Gregory’s University.
      • Researches trends in Catholic higher education and culture in relation to St. Gregory’s University.
      • Coordinates with various university offices to promote Catholic student recruitment and retention.
      • Organizes and leads evangelization visits to Catholic entities such as Catholic high schools, Catholic home school conferences, and Catholic youth gatherings.
      • Evangelizes on campus as part of a collaborative ministry team.
      • Formulates and oversees the budget for the campus ministry office.
      • Coordinate, develop, and train the:
        • Buckley Outreach Retreat Team – Student led retreat ministry as an outreach to area parishes and high schools), and the
        • Student Leadership Initiative program – Student ministry that promotes the Catholic identity of St. Gregory’s University both on and off campus
      • Develop programs, retreats, road trips/mission trips/pilgrimages
      • Provide spiritual growth opportunities for the student body, through the implementation of ongoing catechetical and faith formation activities.
      • Coordinate student liturgies and student liturgical ministries and assist in the planning of campus wide liturgies
      • Develop and implement opportunities for students to exercise the corporeal and spiritual acts of mercy.
      • Maintain a pastoral presence among students, faculty and staff.

Physical/Mental Demands Required
Primarily sedentary work requiring the ability to lift/carry a maximum of 40 pounds; physical requirements include frequent bending, standing, walking; continuous ability for speech communication and hearing in order to communicate with employees and the public, vision for reading, recording and interpreting information, and ability to sit for long hours at a time. Mental demands require continuous ability for both oral and written communication; frequent problem solving and concentration; and occasional analytical ability and creativity. Frequent hand/eye coordination to operate personal computer and office equipment. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for employees with disabilities.

For more information, contact:
Sherri Conatser, Director of Human Resources
Phone: 405-878-5116
Email: hr@stgregorys.edu.


Director of Admissions – Shawnee, OK

The Director of Admissions is responsible for the overall functioning of the Office of Admission by developing and implementing strategies for recruiting of students for both traditional and nontraditional academic programs. This individual is to assist the University in implementing the strategic vision for the University in terms of recruitment of qualified students. The individual is to represent the Admissions Department at meetings and events as needed. This position coordinates and oversees Preview Events and assists with the planning and implementation of all admissions recruitment programs. This position also assists in the training of new admissions staff members and plays a key role in the recruitment, admission and follow-up activities within the Office of Admissions.

Essential Job Functions

      • Provides appropriate leadership and management for Admissions staff.
      • Reviews applications for admissions standards and makes recommendations for acceptance statuses.
      • Develops recruitment plans that are consistent with the mission and philosophy of the University.
      • Effectively implements well developed recruitment strategies and manages the University recruitment calendar.
      • Persuasively and professionally represents St. Gregory’s University to prospective students, parents, groups, organizations, and agencies both on campus and beyond.
      • Serves as the admissions liaison officer for Department of Athletics.
      • Oversees the active recruitment of regional and national students.
      • Schedules and attends, as needed, college fairs and related recruitment programs in assigned geographical areas.
      • Coordinates and/or conducts community college and parish visits in specified geographical areas.
      • Conducts office interviews of applicants and prospective students.
      • Participates in phone calling and email campaigns for admissions recruitment and follow-up.
      • Reviews admissions collateral materials on a regular basis and makes appropriate recommendations for updates and/or new collateral materials to support departmental goals
      • Works closely and effectively with other university offices and departments.
      • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

      • A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and one or more years of direct admissions and recruitment experience at a private not-for-profit college or university.
      • A profound understanding, and ability to articulate the nature and importance of a Catholic liberal arts education in the Benedictine wisdom tradition.
      • Must hold a valid driver’s license and be willing and able to travel extensively at various periods throughout the year.
      • Ability to attend some night and weekend events required.
      • Ability to travel throughout state and into surrounding states, often requiring stays overnight
      • Must have extensive computer knowledge and experience as well as superior interpersonal and organizational skills.
      • Experience with the CampusVue student services program and Talisma CRM is preferred.

Physical/Mental Demands Required
Primarily sedentary work requiring the ability to lift/carry a maximum of 40 pounds; physical requirements include frequent bending, standing, walking; continuous ability for speech communication and hearing in order to communicate with employees and the public, vision for reading, recording and interpreting information, and ability to sit for long hours at a time. Mental demands require continuous ability for both oral and written communication; frequent problem solving and concentration; and occasional analytical ability and creativity. Frequent hand/eye coordination to operate personal computer and office equipment. Reasonable accommodations will be provide for employees with disabilities.

For more information, contact:
Sherri Conatser, Director of Human Resources
Phone: 405-878-5116
Email: hr@stgregorys.edu.


Contract Staff, John Paul II Outdoor Lab – Denver, CO

The JPII Outdoor Lab is looking for college students and young adults to help with the beautiful mission of leading youth to Christ through God’s creation. The JPII Outdoor Lab focuses on leading youth to a deeper relationship with creation, others, themselves, and most importantly, with God. This is done through games, bonfires, environmental science, adventures, adoration, and Mass!

Contract Staff Experience

      • The joy of leading small groups of 5th-8th graders
      • Forming youth with a Catholic perspective of creation
      • Teaching environmental science, showing that faith and science exist together
      • Teaching youth to pray and encounter God within their spiritual lives
      • Working as a team with other Catholic leaders
      • Stipend pay for their time
      • Adoration and Mass in the beautiful Rocky Mountains

If you’d like to join this mission as a contract staff member, please contact Sandy Harem at sandy@creatio.org.


Executive Director of the John Paul II Outdoor Lab – Berthoud, CO

Qualifications

Minimum of Master’s degree or combinations of degrees in Education, Theology, Outdoor Education, Environmental studies, Not-for-Profit Management of related fields. Minimum of five years’ experience with nonprofit management, staff management, and teaching. Demonstration of successful growth in managing and growing the budgets for complex nonprofit programs.

Duties

Administrative
Manage office activities, office locations, camp location, and relationship with office and camp location owners/operators, gear, schedules, website work, marketing materials, conferences, and more. Help to manage Risk Management, Insurance, Licensing, Permitting, State Regulations, and Requirements dictated through the Arch diocese of Denver for youth related programs.

Staff
Recruiting, hiring, formation, training, certifications, and schedules for full time and contract staff.  Board of Directors: Work with the Board of Directors to help form the direction and focus of the ministry. Create reports and updates to help all of the BOD members remain engaged in the successes, challenges, and direction of the ministry.

Schools
Mange relationships with school principals, teachers, and parents. Build relationships with new schools. Manage relationships with the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools.  Manage contracts for programs with all schools.

Curriculum
Create, form, research, and develop existing and new curriculum. Seek review and publishing of curriculum.

Volunteers
Recruit, manage, schedule, and train volunteers. Create and recruit a position for future volunteer coordinator.

Financial
Manage budgets for all programs, help to write and identify grant applications and opportunities, Mange the relationships with benefactors and grant organizations.

JPIIOL Programs
Manage the programs schedules, teach, manage the safety and risk management aspects of each program, perform meetings with teachers and chaperones, direct the content of each program, facilitate program activities.

To apply send resume and cover letter to Jan Zapapas at jpiioutdoorlab@gmail.com by August 5th.


Director of Campus Ministry – University of Saint Mary – Leavenworth, KS

The University of Saint Mary is a Roman Catholic university sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth. The Director of Campus Ministry is responsible for facilitating opportunities for the faith development of all students at the University of Saint Mary while providing necessary ministry services for the entire community. The minster encourages students to become active members of the faith community through worship, education, service, and community development while providing for the pastoral needs of each person. The minister encourages persons of all faiths to be involved in their individual faith communities.

Essential Functions

      • Spiritual Development
        • Plans and conducts student retreats each academic year
        • plans and organizes prayer and religious services, plans to celebrate and recognize each Liturgical season on a regular basis and for special events
        • Encourages students of other faith traditions to become involved with the religious communities of their own faith
      • Education
        • Develops and implements programs for spiritual development as needed, e.g. Bible scripture studies, small faith communities, Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), prayer, socials, etc.
        • Plans and coordinates ongoing education in Vincentian spirituality
      • Service
        • Plans and coordinates faith in action especially through the development, implementation, and coordination of community service projects and alternative break trips
        • Plans and coordinates community service throughout the year
      • Community Building
        • Plans and coordinates community building throughout the year
        • Provides leadership and training for campus ministry leadership team to develop leadership skills and engage students in the planning and coordination of campus ministry events
        • Provides pastoral care as needed for the university community
        • Works with student life staff to develop and promote student life programs
      • Administration
        • Submits and manages budget, coordinates fundraising to support student programming and alternative break trips
        • Submits a written, comprehensive annual report to supervisor no later than June 1
        • Performs other job-related duties as assigned

Requirements

      • Master’s degree in Roman Catholic Theology, Divinity, or Pastoral Ministry
      • Practicing Roman Catholic
      • 2-3 years pastoral experience
      • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of products

To apply submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three current professional references to hr@stmary.edu (preferred method) or mail to
Human Resources
University of Saint Mary
4100 South Fourth Street
Leavenworth, Kansas 66048


Part-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry – Aurora, CO

St. Pius X Catholic Parish is looking to hire a part-time coordinator of youth ministry to work with our teen boys’ program and in conjunction with our teen girl’s leader. Since this position is working with teen boys, we are hoping to hire a male for this position. Candidates should be enthusiastic about their Catholic faith, and be able to work with groups of teens to excite them about their faith. The hours would be flexible. If you are interested, please see your resume and cover letter to father.jorge@stpiusxparish.org.


Part-time Preschool Aid – Aurora, CO

St. Pius X Catholic School in Aurora, CO is seeking two part-time preschool aides to assist in our classroom of three-year-olds for the 2016/17 school year. This is a great position for someone who is attending classes part-time! We need one aide from 7:30 a.m.-12:00 noon each day (M-F), and another from noon-5:30 p.m. each day. We would prefer if the afternoon aide was lead teacher qualified, but we are willing to be flexible. To be lead teacher qualified you must either have an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in education, or you must have your degree in another field and have taken two classes in early childhood education. The morning aide does not need to be lead teacher certified. You will be working with an experienced early childhood teacher, assisting the teacher in all roles. You would have a Christmas vacation, spring break, Easter break, and summer off! The right candidate must love kids and desire to work in a Catholic school! Please email resume and cover letter to emichalczyk@stpiusxschool.net.


Resident Manager – Omaha, NE

The Resident Manager (RM) of the St. John Paul Newman Center (Center) provides on-site management of the Center. He or she provides leadership in Newman Hall for approximately 164 resident students in a manner that supports the mission of the Center. He or she also seeks to create a welcoming atmosphere for commuter students who use the facility in accord with the mission of the Center. The RM has primary responsibility for the daily operation and atmosphere of the Center. The RM will also be tasked with outreach and recruiting for future residents, especially among Catholic high schools and parish religious educations programs.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

      • Participate in staff orientation, in-service training, and staff meetings. Assist in the development and implementation of the Residence Life Handbook. Establish and implement Resident Advisor (RA) training.
      • Supervise the student staff, namely the five RAs. Provide supervision, guidance, and evaluation for the RAs and other student volunteers. Hold regular meetings to facilitate communication and promote a team concept among the RA staff. Provide advice and support to RAs dealing with potential or actual problem situations.
      • Be visible and available to residents. Be friendly, open and a role model to students. Encourage students to come to the RM with questions, problems and concerns. Treat all students with respect.
      • Encourage students and RAs to initiate, plan and carry out social, spiritual, educational and intramural activities. Advise student leaders. Work with students in creating a positive tone in the residence halls.
      • Help students become aware of the Center’s mission and expectations of them as expressed in the Residence Life Handbook and other printed sources. Encourage students to behave responsibly. Guide students in their quest for character to the highest standards based upon the beliefs of the Catholic Church.
      • Respond to unacceptable behavior whenever and wherever the RM becomes aware of it in a consistent professional manner. Provide counseling to students who are involved in problem situations.
      • Cooperate with the Director of the Center, the Director of Vocations, the Coordinator of College Apostolates and the FOCUS team to promote the spiritual growth of both resident and commuter students.
      • Engage in intentional outreach to potential residents/users, especially those graduating from Catholic high schools and those involved in parish youth groups/religious education programs.
      • Maintain good relationships with UNO, esp. housing and communications depts.
      • Supervise other staff (receptionist/secretary, custodial, etc.).
      • Supervise the services provided for the various guest groups that use the Center.
      • Facilitate lease agreements in cooperation with the Archdiocesan Finance Office.
      • Coordinate with the Archdiocesan Facilities Department in matters of inventory, supplies, housekeeping, and maintenance.
      • Establish a process for the scheduling and use of space (calendar) and the distribution of mail/packages/deliveries.
      • Assist in PR and marketing to help “sell the space”; give tours to donors and potential users.
      • All other duties as assigned by the Center Director.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

      • Practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Catholic Church, with demonstrated commitment to the mission of the Church and fidelity to her teachings, with an enthusiasm for the new evangelization as articulated by recent Roman Pontiffs.
      • Ability to form relationships and mentor students, and relate effectively to parents and staff.
      • Demonstrated experience in developing, implementing and leading programs.
      • Enthusiastic, positive, articulate, and able to sell the mission of the Center.
      • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills as well as proven administrative and organizational skills. Proven collaborator and team player.
      • Computer skills, including word processing, e-mail, social networking and database software (e.g. Microsoft Office suite and eTapestry).

Education and Experience Required

      • Relevant Bachelors degree preferred.
      • Five years of experience with youth or young adult ministry.
      • Prior experience of facility management a plus.

Please apply online to our secure website. If you have other questions you can email humanresources@archomaha.org.


Grants Manager – Denver, CO

The Catholic Foundation Alliance is seeking a passionate and dynamic individual to work on the grants team for the Church of Northern Colorado. For the right career-minded candidate, this is a truly engaging and challenging opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an innovative organization helping to transform the way that the Church interacts and engages with its donors. This individual will be tasked with inspiring and facilitating financial planning and giving for the Kingdom of God that promotes the Gospel, transforms lives and glorifies God.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • Collect and maintain up-to-date research on potential grant-making organizations and grant/contract opportunities; determine and assess eligibility criteria and deadlines; schedule implementation in coordination with other grant specialists, the Director of Marketing and Communications and pertinent program staff.
      • Draft, format, write, proof, edit, assemble and mail or hand-deliver grant proposals and packets, and other administrative tasks as needed.
      • Coordinate the preparation, assembly, delivery and tracking of the status of proposal documents according to funder requirements and agency procedures.
      • Maintain complete, accurate and timely hard and electronic files for proposals, awards, and other communication with funders.
      • Design and maintain hard copies and electronic database tracking systems for proposals, grant/contract awards, deadlines, and reporting requirements; alert staff when reports are due.
      • Create, verify and disseminate reports on grants/contract activity for internal use and/or funder requirements.
      • Develop close working relationships and coordinate with program managers, accounting, and administration to collect and provide information, communicate deadlines, and work collaboratively on grant and contract proposal writing and management.
      • Collect and disseminate program-related or target population-related statistics, best practices, or other trends relevant to proposal or program development and improvement.
      • Supports, promotes and adheres to The Catholic Foundation Alliance and Catholic Charities’ vision, mission, values and Code of Ethics.
      • Reflects The Catholic Foundation Alliance and Catholic Charities’ commitment to treating all persons with dignity and respect.
      • Uses creativity and innovation in program development and service delivery.
      • Maintains confidentiality of client and agency information.
      • Regular and predictable attendance.

Other Duties and Responsibilities

      • Write or provide compelling program descriptions, case or needs statements, client success stories and other relevant information for use in proposals, reports and other fundraising and marketing materials.
      • Proofread and edit donor marketing materials as requested.
      • Good steward of Agency human, financial and capital resources.
      • Participates effectively as a team member through communication, cooperation, information sharing and problem solving.
      • Participates in staff trainings and programs as required.
      • Any other tasks or duties as assigned.

Qualifications

      • Advanced oral and written communication, reading and organizational skills; basic budget-related skills.
      • Demonstrated successful grant writing ability and experience in all phases of grant process is a must.
      • Familiarity with nonprofit development resources and publications, and internet research.
      • Skilled in organizing resources and workload, using good judgment to establish priorities while working in a deadline-oriented environment.
      • Demonstrated ability to identify problems, participate in discussions and develop/recommend solutions.
      • Proficiency with general office equipment and personal computer, internet and appropriate software; demonstrated experience and proficiency with Windows-based software, including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint.
      • Professional presentation and interpersonal skills.
      • Knowledge of the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics and the appropriate techniques and practices for the client population.
      • Ability to interact effectively as a team member and independently with Agency staff and with a diverse client base.

Education and Experience

      • 5+ years preferred work experience in grant writing, fundraising, marketing, nonprofit management or public administration; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
      • Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year college or university, preferably in related field, and at least five years work experience.

Please submit your resume to Beth.Chatterton@tcfalliance.org
Beth Chatterton
The Catholic Foundation Alliance
3801 E. Florida Ave., Suite 909
Denver, CO 80210


Contract Writing Opportunity

Cause Strategies LLC, a marketing and strategy advisory firm for nonprofits in the areas of faith-formation and religious causes, is currently accepting writing samples to be reviewed for potential contract writing opportunities.

Potential projects range from donor solicitation emails, social media posts, and organizational bulletins to donor acknowledgement letters, faith formation articles, and event marketing messages.

Projects will require one to two-week turnaround for completion and may involve multiple revision requests as needed by the client.

Compensation will vary by project and writer’s experience level. All writers will be independent contractors, compensated either hourly or by the project, and do not receive any benefits associated with an employment arrangement.

This opportunity is great for flexibility in exercising one’s creative talents, sharing his or her passion for the faith, and seeking a freelance income stream that allows the writer to set his or her own hours.

Interested candidates must have a solid understanding of Catholic doctrine as promulgated by the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Experience in a Diocesan catechetical role and/or a degree in Catholic Theology is a plus. Strong writing skills with particular attention to grammar and spelling is required. The ability to inspire, educate, and encourage through the written word will set certain applicants apart from others.

To apply for eligibility to receive assignments, please read the following hypothetical assignments and email submissions to info@causestrategies.com.

      1. Saint Mary’s Parish is organizing a fall pilgrimage to Poland and the Czech Republic in this Year of Mercy. The Pastor wants to publicize the trip in a way that generates high participation, educates readers on God’s mercy, and creates new energy for the Parish. In 750 words, write copy (just text, no images) that achieves this. Key pilgrimage sites include Warsaw, Krakow, Czestochowa, Auschwitz, and Prague.
      2. An Archdiocesan office wants to create a donor appeal around Mary’s honored titled of Our Lady of Sorrows. A novena of Masses in honor of Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows will be held, and prayer intentions are being requested, along with votive light requests, which will carry suggested, though not required, donation amounts. The letter needs to appeal to parishioners between the ages of 40 and 75 and should relate to everyday life in a way that moves the reader to request prayers and votive lights. 500-700 words.

For information about Cause Strategies LLC and its full range of services, visit www.causestrategies.com. Founder and Owner Ballard Betz is an M.A. student at the Augustine Institute, an Adjunct Professor and Business Consultant with the University of Georgia, a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus, a former Parish Youth Minister, Director of Religious Education, and Director of Institutional Advancement in the Archdiocese of Atlanta, and a very proud father of five homeschooled Catholic children being taught by the world’s greatest mother and wife. Ballard feels incredibly blessed to do what he does and is looking for other joyful souls to join him in the work of the New Evangelization.


Division Coordinator of Youth Ministry – Los Angeles, CA

The Division Coordinator of Youth Ministry promotes effective ministry within parishes of the Archdiocese by forming leaders through training, resources and consultation. The coordinator directs and supervises the Youth Ministry Division, which has responsibility for ministry with younger and older adolescents and Confirmation preparation.

Duties and Responsibilities

All Archdiocesan employees represent the Roman Catholic Church and they are expected to conduct themselves according to the goals and mission of the Church in performing their work.

      • Acts as liaison from the Office of Religious Education to parishes and pastoral staffs in assigned regions. Aids parishes in implementing the philosophy, policy and directives of the Archdiocese.
      • Convenes coordinators and key parish personnel for ongoing enrichment, networking and support.
      • Consults with parish leaders to: develop parish youth ministry programs/processes; assess and evaluate the effectiveness of parish efforts; offer support, suggestions, and resources.
      • Supervises volunteer teams and individuals who participate in the mission of the Office of Religious Education.
      • Directs and provides consultation, leadership training and formation for catechetical leaders with a special emphasis on family education/formation. This also includes programs of intergenerational catechesis (e.g. whole family catechesis) and homeschooling.
      • Engages in and supports a collaborative culture within and beyond the office and is responsible for the procedures implemented in the ORE.
      • Represents the Archdiocese and participates in national, regional and local organizations and events to further the goals and mission of the office.
      • Stays current with leading catechetical trends and development as it pertains to the ministry and is knowledgeable in guiding Church documents.
      • Prepares annually and is accountable for a division budget and a yearly ministry plan. At times handles financial transactions.
      • Collaborates in the efforts of ORE in implementing events on a diocesan and regional scale (e.g. RECongress, regional congresses, commissioning, etc.).
      • Promotes a positive working relationship with his/her administrative secretary as assigned. Supervises his/her administrative secretary in relationship to assigned tasks. Shares responsibility for general supervision and appraisal
      • Performs related duties as required.

Division Coordinator of Youth Ministry

      • In collaboration with the Director, the coordinator conducts the process to identify staff for his/her division
      • Coordinates the setting of long-range goals and objectives for the division.
      • Responsible for ongoing strategic planning and assessment of the process
      • Assigns responsibilities for projects and processes within the division.
      • Meets with the Director of the Office of Religious Education monthly to discuss designated division in general and to apprise of developments and needs for the division.
      • Represents the Archdiocese in the area of Youth Services.
      • Coordinates collaboration between the Youth Ministry Division and other departments within the Archdiocesan Catholic Center.
      • Prepares yearly personnel appraisals for the Youth Ministry Division in collaboration with the Director.
      • Promotes the spiritual formation of leaders in youth ministry.
      • Supports the efforts of the Catholic Committee for Scouting, Boy Scouts of America and the Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire.

Specific Responsibilities

      • Offers resources, in-services, formation and training for coordinators and parish teams.
      • Assists with programming for Youth Ministry events.
      • Assists with formation opportunities offered by the Youth Ministry Division.
      • In collaboration with Coordinators of Catechist Formation, is responsible for the ongoing and further development of the specialization phase of the catechist certification process for those ministering to younger and older adolescents
      • Facilitates ongoing communication with the youth ministry community through various means.

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience
Any combination of education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, typically:

      • Basic and Advanced Catechist Formation Certificate
      • Master’s Degree in Religious Studies or similar field.
      • At least 3 years of experience in ministry to youth.
      • 3-5 years Diocesan or 5-7 years of Parish Ministry leadership.
      • Program development experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Recognized organizational and inter-personal skills are required. He/She should have an ability to work within parish and diocesan systems.

Knowledge in:

      • Program planning, development, and organization.
      • Resource and budget management.
      • Public speaking, group facilitation and teaching methodology.
      • Professional use of social media and technology.
      • The multi-cultural nature of ministry in the Archdiocese.

Skill in:

      • Pastoral application of Church teaching.
      • Communicate effectively in written and oral form.
      • Use of current office software including but not limited to word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and databases
      • Exercise personal initiative while collaborating with a team.
      • Utilize a collaborative leadership style to facilitate the development of leadership.
      • Occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
      • Sit for sustained periods of time on a daily basis.
      • Perform tasks requiring intermittent bending, stooping, and walking.

How to Apply
Interested candidates must fill out an application, which can be found on the Archdiocese website at: http://archla.org/employmentpdf

The completed application must be submitted, along with a resume and cover letter to: employment@la-archdiocese.org.

Please send the email with the following subject line:
Your First & Last Name, Position, and Location

Information/Application Contact:

Office of Religious Education
3424 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90010
FAX: (323) 637-611
E-Mail: employment@la-archdiocese.org


Coordinator of Youth Ministery – Los Angeles, CA

The Coordinator of Youth Ministry promotes effective ministry within parishes of the Archdiocese by forming leaders through training, resources and consultation. The coordinator serves as part of the Youth Ministry Division, which has responsibility for ministry with younger and older adolescents and Confirmation preparation.

Duties and Responsibilities

      • Acts as liaison from the Office of Religious Education to parishes and pastoral staffs in assigned regions. Aids parishes in implementing the philosophy, policy and directives of the Archdiocese.
      • Convenes coordinators and key parish personnel for ongoing enrichment, networking and support.
      • Consults with parish leaders to: develop parish youth ministry programs/processes; assess and evaluate the effectiveness of parish efforts; offer support, suggestions, and resources.
      • Supervises volunteer teams and individuals who participate in the mission of the Office of Religious Education.
      • Directs and provides consultation, leadership training and formation for catechetical leaders with a special emphasis on family education/formation. This also includes programs of intergenerational catechesis (e.g. whole family catechesis) and homeschooling.
      • Engages in and supports a collaborative culture within and beyond the office and is responsible for the procedures implemented in the ORE.
      • Represents the Archdiocese and participates in national, regional and local organizations and events to further the goals and mission of the office.
      • Stays current with leading catechetical trends and development as it pertains to the ministry and is knowledgeable in guiding Church documents.
      • Prepares annually and is accountable for a division budget and a yearly ministry plan. At times handles financial transactions.
      • Collaborates in the efforts of ORE in implementing events on a diocesan and regional scale (e.g. RECongress, regional congresses, commissioning, etc.).
      • Promotes a positive working relationship with his/her administrative secretary as assigned. Supervises his/her administrative secretary in relationship to assigned tasks. Shares responsibility for general supervision and appraisal
      • Performs related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience
Any combination of education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, typically:

      • Basic and Advanced Catechist Formation Certificate
      • Master’s Degree in Religious Studies or related field.
      • At least 3 years of experience in ministry to youth.
      • 3-5 years Diocesan or 5-7 years of parish religious education leadership.
      • Program development experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Recognized organizational and inter-personal skills are required. He/She should have an ability to work within parish and diocesan systems.

Knowledge in:

      • Program planning, development, and organization.
      • Resource and budget management.
      • Public speaking, group facilitation and teaching methodology.
      • Professional use of social media and technology.
      • The multi-cultural nature of ministry in the Archdiocese.

Skill in:

      • Pastoral application of Church teaching.
      • Communicate effectively in written and oral form.
      • Use of current office software including but not limited to word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and databases

Ability to:

      • Exercise personal initiative while collaborating with a team.
      • Utilize a collaborative leadership style to facilitate the development of leadership.
      • Occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
      • Sit for sustained periods of time on a daily basis.
      • Perform tasks requiring intermittent bending, stooping, and walking.
      • Sustain frequent movement of the fingers, wrists, hands, and arms.

How to Apply
Interested candidates must fill out an application, which can be found on the Archdiocese website at: http://archla.org/employmentpdf

The completed application must be submitted, along with a resume and cover letter to: employment@la-archdiocese.org.

Please send the email with the following subject line:
Your First & Last Name, Position, and Location

Information/Application Contact:

Office of Religious Education
3424 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90010
FAX: (323) 637-611
E-Mail: employment@la-archdiocese.org


Youth Ministry Coordinator – Brookings, SD

Youth Ministry Coordinator wanted at St. Thomas More Catholic Parish in Brookings, SD. We are an active, young parish of over 1,000 families in a growing community. We are seeking a vibrant, practicing Catholic to prayerfully coordinate Middle School youth formation, youth events, retreats and service trips and foster discipleship-based ministry for grades 6-12, in collaboration with the Director of Youth Formation. Salary & benefits depend on education and experience. Theology or ministry bachelor’s degree preferred. Ministry experience required. Contact: Rachel Wagner Mark at stmbrookingsyouth@gmail.com or 605-692-8309. See details at: www.stmbrookings.org. Position open until filled.


Director of Music and Liturgy – Dyersville, IA

The Director of Liturgy and Music of the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier is a member of the parish staff with professional preparation and pastoral sensitivity to the celebration of Catholic liturgy and ritual and the importance of music to the liturgy.  In conjunction with the pastor, provides leadership in the planning, execution, and celebration of parish liturgies, with special emphasis on the musical leadership, coordination, and formation of parish cantors, choirs, and accompanists and fostering participation in music by the assembly.

Responsibilities:

      1. Coordination and Administration
        • Serves as member of the parish staff and resource person for the cluster liturgy committee
        • participates in division-making regarding overall and liturgically specific parish direction and activities
        • Prepares and manages the liturgy portion of the annual budget
        • Observes office hours each week for consultation, planning, and ministry
        • Insures that the organ, piano, sound system, and bells are maintained, created, and tuned as needed
        • Maintains the parish music library
      2. Worship
        • Works with presiders and liturgical ministers to discern parish worship and prayer needs and to assure quality liturgical celebrations and sacramental services
        • Directs the Basilica Choir rehearsing weekly from August – May. This choir ministers two or three times monthly, as well as at the Tritium liturgies.  Also directs Bell Choir and coordinates with the Children’s Choir
        • Accompanies at weekend Masses as needed
        • Assits in the formation of liturgical ministers
        • Provides list of suggested songs for weekend Masses
        • Assets with the preparation of cantors/song-leaders, musicians, and student body for school liturgies; provides for accompanist for school liturgies as needed
        • Serves as the organist/accompanist for funeral liturgies as needed. Selects and prepares cantors and rehearse with the Resurrection Choir.
        • Serves as the organist/accompanist for weddings as needed and contracts directly with the couple for payment.  Assets all couples to select appropriate music, cantor, and other musicians.
        • Assists in providing appropriate worship environment for the liturgical seasons.
      3. Education/Formation
        • Maintains awareness of current trends in liturgy and music by reading church documents and professional journals, researching new music and by attending workshops and conferences.
        • Serves as a resource to school staff, religious education/formation staff, and catechists in selecting music and planning liturgies and prayer services.
        • Invites, encourages, and enhances assembly participation int he sung liturgy; assures ongoing expansion of the parish music repertoire.
        • Understand the integration of musical and liturgical forms as practiced in the traditions and Canons of the Catholic Church.
        • Understands and supports the teaching son the Catholic Church including scripture, sacraments, creed, and morality.
        • Ability to plan, coordinate, and communicate with those involved in parish programs

Qualifications:

      1. Active member of a Catholic faith community
      2. Degree in Liturgy, Liturgical Music, or equivalent experience
      3. Performance skills for organ, piano, bells, and voice
      4. Basic computer Skills

Email resume to Fr. Quint at denquint@gmial.com or mail to:

Search Committee
104 Third St. SW
Dyersville, IA 52040
563-875-7325


Coordinator of Music and Liturgy – Dyersville, IA

Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, a parish of 2000 families, has an immediate opening for full-time Coordinator of Music and Liturgy, who will work with the pastor to provide leadership in the planning, execution, and celebration of parish liturgies with special emphasis on the musical leadership, coordination and formation of parish cantors, choirs and accompanists, and fostering participation in music by the assembly.  Requires Bachelors degree in music, theology, or related field.  Must be an active member of the Catholic faith community with performance skills for organ, piano, and voice.  Salary commensurate with experience.

Email resume to Fr. Quint at denquint@gmial.com or mail to:

Search Committee
104 Third St. SW
Dyersville, IA 52040
563-875-7325


Campus Minister – Southern Miss Catholic Student Association – Hattiesburg, MS

This is a full-time, 12 month position. Under the general direction of the St. Thomas Aquinas Pastor, Fr. Mark Ropel, the Campus Minister provides pastoral counseling to students; encourages spiritual and moral growth; plans and directs programs and activities including Wednesday and Sunday night dinners, Fall Retreat, mission trips, and various other community service activities; promotes the Catholic mission and identity.

Responsibilities:

      • Select and mentor the CSA Leadership Team, a selected group of 13-15 undergraduate students and graduate student advisors who coordinate all CSA events. Attend and assist with leading all Leadership Team Meetings.
      • Counsel students individually on spiritual, moral, and personal growth issues; encourage faith formation and student participation in all CSA events including Mass, volunteer opportunities, fundraising activities, and annual mission trips.
      • Coordinate worship and liturgical services for 6pm student Masses on Sunday and Wednesday from August-May and all CSA Leadership Team Meetings.
      • Recruit Parish volunteers to provide meals twice a week after 6pm Masses.
      • Plan, organize, and conduct educational discussion groups, faith sharing, support groups, and small scale seminars for students and direct spiritual and educational programs.
      • Support the University orientations, events, celebrations; plans retreats, vigils, memorials, and prayer services.
      • Create marketing materials to promote and recruit CSA members including reports, brochures, bulletins, and announcements.
      • To be visible and available within the college community in order to enhance a spiritual presence and assist in the spiritual formation of the Catholic students.
      • To assist other Campus Ministers in becoming integrated in the total campus ministry program; to provide ecumenical programming.
      • Schedule Expectations: Nights, weekends, and on-call as necessary; longer hour work weeks during the academic year; assist in church functions and anytime in a crisis. In the summer attend summer programming at USM; coordinate dinners and activities for summer students and light office work.
      • Perform special projects and other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Personal Characteristics:

      • Interpersonal/human relations skills
      • Verbal and written communication skills
      • Knowledge base in theology and the social sciences
      • Counseling skills
      • Ability to develop a good rapport with diverse groups
      • Ability to motivate in religious areas and encourage faith sharing and community
      • Ability to nurture Christian values and the Catholic mission
      • Ability to perform duties with a sense of compassion, energy, openness, composure, and flexibility
      • Ability to operate a personal computer and various software programs

Requirements:

      • Bachelor’s degree required
      • Experience preferred: pastoral ministry, youth work, working knowledge and interest in social justice ministry, and abililty to work with people of different backgrounds.

Resumes can be emailed to admin@stthomas-usm.org or ropesolt@yahoo.com.


Communications Coordinator – Canton, MI

St. John Neumann Parish in Canton is seeking a full-time Communications Coordinator to join an enthusiastic team committed to the New Evangelization and service to God’s people. St. John Neumann is an active and growing parish that seeks to increase our footprint in the local community and communicate better with our parishioners.

The person must have:

      • A personal relationship with the Lord
      • Be a positive role model by living the Catholic faith
      • Passion for evangelization and hospitality
      • Excellent communication skills and initiative
      • Orientation to detail and a commitment to excellence
      • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Professional, Photoshop, and WordPress

Specific tasks and responsibilities include:

      • Prepare the weekly parish bulletin
      • Design, print, and send seasonal parish mailings
      • Design event/program/marketing brochures and catalogs
      • Manage the parish Facebook Page and MyParish App
      • Manage the parish’s email lists and publish the electronic newsletter using Constant Contact
      • Maintain and create content for the parish’s website at www.sjncanton.org
      • Design and maintain the in-house PowerPoint announcements and schedules
      • Promote parish events using newspapers, radio, and online marketing strategies when necessary
      • Assist the Evangelization Coordinator by creating Alpha Course flyers and facilitating online registration
      • Manage the parish’s relationship with local printers
      • Assist in visioning, branding, and implementing campaigns
      • Support the Pastoral Team with graphic design (prayer cards, flyers, annual report, postcards, posters, letterhead, business cards, liturgical programs, etc.)
      • Help tackle internal communication issues (create distribution lists, explore text message reminders, parish calendar syncing, etc.)

Position Qualifications

      • Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Marketing, Web Design or related field
      • Proven experience managing communications and marketing

Position reports to the Pastor. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. Please send resume and cover letter to Fr. Ron Richards at rrichards@sjncanton.org.


Associate Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Services – Canton, MI

St. John Neumann Parish in Canton is seeking a full-time Associate Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministries to join an enthusiastic team committed to the New Evangelization and service to God’s children. The parish has significantly grown its ministry to youth and young adults, particularly to middle school aged youth, over the past several years and is now looking for a team member to help us continue this growth. The Associate Coordinator will assist the Coordinator of Youth Ministry in developing and implementing a plan for comprehensive youth ministry in the spirit of Renewing the Vision.

The person must have:

      • A personal relationship with the Lord
      • Be a positive role model by living the Catholic faith
      • Passion for evangelization and hospitality
      • Proven ability to relate with and minister to middle school, high school, and young adult aged youth.
      • Excellent communication skills and initiative
      • Ability to recruit, train, and coordinate youth ministry volunteers
      • Orientation to detail and a commitment to excellence

Specific tasks and responsibilities include:

      • Primary Responsibilities
        • Direct the faith formation of students in grades 7-8 (including the implementation of the Chosen Program).
        • Coordinate the formation of students preparing to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation.
        • Coordinate the parish’s Middle School Youth Group (utilizing EDGE Resources) for members of grades 6-8.
        • Coordinate summer programming (service trips, middle school VBS) for middle school aged youth.
        • Provide retreat opportunities for students in grades 6-8.
        • Develop leadership programming for 8th graders.
        • Serve as the parish’s liaison to the Catholic Youth Trek and coordinate the parish’s involvement in CYT and other vicariate/archdiocesan youth ministry events.
      • Provide support to the Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministry on the following projects as assigned:
        • High School Peer Leadership Development
        • High School Summer Program (specifically to help transition 8th graders)
        • Partner with the Athletic Director to help grow the CYO athletics program.
        • Provide support to the World Youth Day Team
        • Other departmental functions (marketing, budgeting, attendance database, volunteer recruitment, parent engagement, liability paperwork).

Position Qualifications

      • Bachelor’s degree in Catechetics, Youth Ministry, Religious Studies, Theology, or related field.
      • Possess or be eligible for certification as a Catechist and Coordinator of Youth Ministry.
      • Experience working or volunteering with middle school aged youth.
      • Ability to work nights and weekends.

Position reports to the Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministries. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. Interviews to begin in July 2016. Please send resume and cover letter to Chris Leach at cleach@sjncanton.org.


Director of RCIA & Confirmation/Campus Minister – College Station, TX

The Director of RCIA and Confirmation / Campus Minister position is a member of the pastoral staff at St. Mary’s Catholic Center at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. The first priority is the care of students, which is carried out through evangelization, leadership formation, and personal discipleship.

Responsibilities

The Director of RCIA and Confirmation / Campus Minister, in addition to overseeing the RCIA process, is the pastoral contact person for various student led ministries and organizations, as decided by the pastoral team. In addition, this position functions as a member of the pastoral team to respond to ongoing needs and opportunities of the Center in a spirit of teamwork and shared vision.

Qualifications

The Director of RCIA and Confirmation / Campus Minister should be an intentional disciple, prayerful, and professional. They should possess a blend of pastoral, evangelization, and personal skills that would enable them to be both a guide and mentor to those seeking to deepen their union with Jesus and His Church. The ability to work as a member of a team is essential. The person should have a good understanding of their limitations and gifts, and be able to refer to other professionals when necessary. Listening and communication skills are essential.

Some specific areas of expertise for the Campus Minister and Director of RCIA are as follows:

      • Master’s Degree in Catholic Theology, Pastoral Ministry, and/or Catechetics
      • An excellent grasp of the doctrines and norms of the Church, as distinguished from current theological thought and trends
      • Familiarity with, Sacred Scripture and the liturgical norms / practices of the Church
      • Thorough knowledge of the Rites of Christian Initiation and the guidelines for their implementation
      • Familiarity with Church Law concerning the initiation of adults and children, marriage and annulment, and general administration of the sacraments
      • Awareness of counseling issues common among young adults and resources for referral
      • A professional demeanor that includes the ability to set appropriate personal boundaries without being aloof, uncaring or unapproachable
      • A sense of personal integrity – keeping commitments, dealing honestly and respectfully with all persons, a commitment to personal growth and spiritual development
      • Is independently motivated and works well within a team
      • Practicing Catholic
      • Missionary Disciple
      • Prior Ministry experience
      • Prior experience with RCIA is highly preferred
      • Bilingual and campus ministry experience are plusses

Other

      • The Director of RCIA and Confirmation / Campus Minister is a full-time, salaried position.
      • Some evening and weekend hours are a necessary part of the job.
      • Must follow the guidelines of the Diocese of Austin regarding Ethics and Integrity in Ministry.
      • The Assistant Director of Campus Ministry will evaluate this position in writing annually.
      • Other responsibilities may be assigned based on need and agreed upon with the pastoral team and the Assistant Director of Campus Ministry.

To Apply:
Please send your resume, cover letter, three references, and your date of availability to start to:
Marcel LeJeune
Assistant Director of Campus Ministry
St. Mary’s Catholic Center
603 Church Ave.
College Station, TX 77840
mlejeune@aggiecatholic.org
www.aggiecatholic.org
For more information: www.aggiecatholic.org/rciadirector


Associate Dean of Mission, Ministry, & Service Learning – Grand Rapids, MI

Aquinas College seeks applicants for a full-time (40 hours per week) Associate Dean of Mission, Ministry, and Service Learning. The Associate Dean for Mission, Ministry, and Service Learning is responsible for the oversight of the mission, ministry, and service learning activities of the College. Reporting to the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, the Associate Dean takes leadership roles for Campus Ministry, Campus Mission, and Service Learning.

Aquinas College is recognized as an exceptional Catholic liberal arts college that prepares individuals for careers of leadership and service in developing a sustainable and just global community. The Associate Dean leads the Campus Ministry team in building a strong hospitable community of God at Aquinas College through leadership, team building, organization, collaboration, pastoral ministry, and witness rooted in the Dominican Charisms and our Catholic roots. The position includes supervision of four professional staff, the Director of Service Learning, Chaplain, Liturgist, and Pastoral Musician (who, in turn, supervise nine student staff positions,) as well as primary responsibility for budget, strategic planning, and assessment efforts for the department.

The Associate Dean will be available to the President and his Cabinet, and will serve on the Strategic Leadership Team, the Budget Committee, the Mission and Dominican Identity Committee, and various other college committees.

The leadership of the Associate Dean for Mission and Ministry is fourfold: educator, animator, coordinator, and facilitator.

      • As educator, the Associate Dean is responsible for development of programs that provide knowledge and understanding of the history, traditions, and mission of the College.
      • As animator, the Associate Dean seeks to articulate the charism that inspires the mission and defines the Dominican culture of the College and communicates matters of mission and ministry to the President’s Cabinet.
      • As coordinator, the Associate Dean exercises oversight through sustained communication with the directors in support of their responsibilities and works to strengthen points of interface and cooperation among the various units to assure effective programming in the accomplishment of the mission, vision, and strategic plan.
      • As facilitator, the Associate Dean seeks to nurture a common vision and sense of shared mission among the Mission and Ministry staff.

Responsibilities

      • Serve as staff person to Mission and Dominican Identity Committee of the College.
      • Convene regular meetings of the Mission and Ministry staff; report matters of mission and ministry to the President’s Cabinet.
      • Plan and participate in Faculty Orientation on Mission and Identity for new faculty and on-boarding for new staff members.
      • Initiate and sustain college-wide conversation with faculty, administration, and staff on the Catholic intellectual tradition.
      • Promote a worshipping community observant of the liturgical seasons, Dominican feasts, and College community events in collaboration with college ministry and alumni relations.
      • Provide experiences of contemplative study on the four pillars of Dominican mission: study, prayer, community, and service for faculty and staff.
      • Serve on College search committees and interview full-time faculty and administrative candidate finalists to assure hiring for mission.
      • Plan retreats and symposium for college community, including Board of Trustees.
      • Oversee a robust Service Learning experience for Aquinas College students.
      • Supervise and lead the Campus Ministry Team, which includes the professional staff, student leaders, and student workers, in order to carry out the mission of Campus Ministry. Assign tasks as necessary and support their work and ministry as well as goal setting and evaluation. Meet weekly for staff meetings. Through supervision and leadership, ensure that Aquinas College has a religiously vibrant faith community where students, faculty, and staff feel supported and welcomed, a strong Catholic liturgical and sacramental life, a strong service learning program, good Catholic religious education and catechesis, vocation development, hospitable ecumenical and interfaith outreach, and that the college is rooted in Catholic Social Teaching.
      • Complete administration activities, include budget oversight; attendance at Division and Directors meetings; Annual Report generation; and Staff evaluation.
      • Market department activities, ensuring social media and website upkeep.
      • Marinate Diocesan and State campus ministry connections and attend Diocesan liturgical events.
      • Ensure that Campus Ministry be a collaborative department at the college in providing services.
      • Carry out 3-4 student retreats during the academic year through training students in team building, interpersonal, small group skills, faith formation and leadership development.
      • Advise the Aquinas College AQ LIGHT Middle School and High School retreat Team which provides 6-7 all day retreats for parishes across Michigan.
      • Chair the annual St. Thomas Aquinas Week Committee which plans a week of activities in January that involve a variety of departments.
      • In conjunction with the Campus Ministry Team, provide appropriate prayer and liturgical response and pastoral ministry in times of death, tragedy, and crisis.
      • Promote Catholic Social Teaching/Social Justice and service.
      • Provide a loving, hospitable presence on campus.
      • Sponsor and co-sponsor lectures and presentations at Aquinas.
      • Reach out in the area of ecumenism and interfaith: Provide the Faith Community Info fair at Saint Stock each year.
      • Serve as the Advisor and Coordinator of Kappa Gamma Pi National Catholic Graduate Honor Society. Advise Abandon Praise and Worship Group and Nurses Christian Fellowship.
      • Write letters of Recommendation and serve as references for Students Scholarships, employment, and graduate and medical school
      • Award Scholarships for Financial Aid; nominate students for the end of the year outstanding student awards.

Requirements

      • Master in Pastoral Ministry or related Degree with a minimum of 5 years of experience in ministry in higher education or in a related field.
      • Experience in pastoral counseling/spiritual direction.
      • Financial and budget management experience.
      • The ability to lead based on a fundamental understanding of Ex Corde Ecclesiae.
      • A commitment to the Roman Catholic faith.
      • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
      • Solid skills in reflective listening, interpersonal interactions, small group dynamics, conflict resolution, problem solving, and interpretation and categorizing of facts.
      • Ability to present to small and large groups, as needed, and to advise others.
      • Solid people, organizational, collaboration, and leadership skills.
      • An interest in and a comfort with college students.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, and resume, and a letter detailing how he/she will support the mission to Aquinas College Human Resources at humanresources@aquinas.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Aquinas College is an equal opportunity employer and an inclusive educational community rooted in the Catholic Dominican tradition. Aquinas College provides a liberal arts education with a global perspective, emphasizes career preparation focused on leadership and service to others, and fosters a commitment to lifelong learning dedicated to the pursuit of truth and the common good. Aquinas College values: Faith, Learning, Service and Community.


Ministry Coordinator – Wheat Ridge, CO

Ministry Coordinator job opening – Saints Peter and Paul Parish is seeking a ministry coordinator. This person would hold the senior leadership position in the parish responsible forming and building the parish’s 42 ministries. The person would also serve as a director of religious education and director of RCIA. Leadership, teamwork and communication skills are required. Catechetical formation would also be needed in this position. Please email your resume to info@peterandpaulcatholic.org.


Administrative Assistant – Aurora, CO

St. Pius X Catholic School in Aurora, CO is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant to the Principal. This is a full time position during the school year (7:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m.) and a part-time position over the summer (8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.). The desired candidate must be a practicing Catholic with a passion for our faith. He/she must enjoy working with children, have great people skills, and have strong office skills. Responsibilities include handling tuition statements for families, managing scholarship accounts, monitoring financials for families, answering the phones, assisting families who come in, helping with student needs, and assisting the principal. We would love to hire for this position as soon as possible, so our new hire could be trained before summer. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Eileen Michalczyk, principal, at emichalczyk@stpiusxschool.net.


Coordinator of Youth Catechesis – Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

The Coordinator of Youth Catechesis will work with the Director of Evangelization and Catechesis to make our k-5 faith formation, Confirmation, and RCIC/T programs dynamic evangelization processes where our parish’s children encounter Christ in a personal way and respond by becoming true disciples. Position can be full-time or part-time depending on the candidate.

Qualifications

      • Intentional Disciple of Jesus
      • Missionary heart that burns to bring others into relationship with Christ
      • Strong personal and liturgical prayer life that can form the basis for a work in ministry
      • Positive, upbeat attitude even in the midst of stress
      • Understanding and familiarity with Church’s teachings on evangelization and catechesis
      • Collaborative but also self-motivated
      • Strong with details and administrative work but can also think big picture and cast vision for the program as a whole
      • Proficiency with Microsoft suite

Responsibilities

      • Invite, recruit, train, form, and disciple our team of volunteer catechists
      • Assist in planning and execution of parent evangelization and discipleship process for sacramental prep
      • Coordinate logistics for sacramental prep for First Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation
      • Plan and run 6th grade Confirmation program and oversee transition into restored order for Confirmation
      • Be point of contact for summer Totus Tuus (Vacation Bible School) week
      • Volunteer coordination for Family Life ministries (seasonally)
      • Work with the Director of Youth Ministry on high school and middle school (7-8 grade) Confirmations

Education

      • Bachelor’s degree required, degree in Theology or Catechetics preferred

To apply, email cover letter and resume to Tim Glemkowski, Director of Evangelization and Catechesis, at timg@ihmco.org


Director of Development – Natural Womanhood

Salaried / Part-time: 20 hours a week

Reporting to and in partnership with the CEO of Natural Womanhood, the Development Director (Director) will spearhead development efforts as Natural Womanhood continues to grow. A new and strategic position in the organization, the Director will have the opportunity to build the development function within the organization.

Natural Womanhood, a Texas nonprofit corporation dedicated to the promotion of fertility charting as health literacy for better women’s health and effective family planning. Our vision is that all women know how their cycles function and how to chart them and are empowered to use these methods for family planning. Our program is designed to fill an awareness and education gap among women so that they can make a truly informed choice about their family planning options.

Duties
The primary goal of this position is to build support to grow the organization’s infrastructure and long term reach:

      • Create and execute Natural Womanhood’s annual fundraising plan in partnership with the CEO
      • Secure financial support from individuals, especially medium donors and large donors
      • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors
      • Manage the selection and implementation of a contact database
      • Creating and executing a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors
      • Create opportunities for house parties and other events and oversee their organization

Profile

      • 3-plus years experience in a development position
      • Demonstrated excellence in organizational and managerial skills
      • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills
      • High-energy, results-oriented personality with a positive attitude and approach
      • Commitment to advancing pro-life and pro-family ideas and policies
      • Bachelor degree in Marketing/PR, Journalism, Business, Public Policy or Liberal Arts preferred BA (required, MA a plus)

If you are interested in this position, email your resume to gerard@naturalwomanhood.org. No phone calls please.


Associate Director for Hispanic Ministry – Alpha in a Catholic Context

Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.

Responsibilities

      • Assist National Alpha in the Catholic Context Director and Natl. Three Cities Coordinator as directed
      • Focused development of more and better Alpha in the Catholic Context in Phoenix (in both English and Spanish) as related to a special initiative
      • Develop more and better Alpha for Spanish speaker courses in Catholic parishes, schools and organizations throughout the US
      • Develop more and better Marriage and Marriage Preparation courses across the US
      • Focus on Alpha’s outreach and promote Alpha for Spanish speakers in US
      • Offer informational events and training as required
      • Respond to inquires from Catholic leaders from around the US
      • Update web site, Database, Facebook and Twitter, keeping all media and marketing materiel up-dated and relevant
      • Assist with the annual development and strategic plans
      • Assist with development and fund raising to support the ministry
      • Assist with recruitment and development of volunteers
      • Work with Regional Directors to ensure local Catholic parishes and organizations are being supported
      • Establish and maintain strong relationship with other Catholic organizations and ministries that complement and promote Alpha as a tool for the new evangelization

Characteristics

      • Commitment to the New Evangelization and Alpha as a primary tool of the New Evangelization
      • Passionate about unity and willing to work with all Christian denominations
      • High energy, intrinsically motivated, relational individual
      • Culturally adaptable

Desired Qualifications and Skills

      • Committed and practicing Catholic
      • College degree with a major in theology or associated field
      • Hispanic ministry experience
      • Management of key relationships
      • Strong written and verbal communication skills in both English and Spanish
      • Project management skills
      • Strong organizational skills
      • Attention to detail
      • Strong PC and Internet skills
      • Experience utilizing social media
      • Leadership potential

If interested send resumes to hr@alphausa.org.


Traffic Assistant – Irondale, AL

The EWTN Traffic Assistant operates computer proficiently to create a log for use by On Air Operations. Coordinates various sources of information in a professional manner, with attention to detail to create and maintain the programming log.

Primary Responsibilities

      • Scheduling of Program episodes, events, and interstitials.
      • Insure database has all pertinent information for scheduling and Viewer Response, if applicable, maintain database.
      • Coordinates scheduling information with Web Services.
      • Address and solve problems, which result from miscommunication, error damage, or loss.
      • Coordinates closely with Programming Department to ensure the completion of any last minute changes as well as assuring those changes properly handled.
      • Print reports; handle inquiries about specific episodes or programs.
      • Ability to work flexible schedule.
      • Additional duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

      • Minimum 2-3 years’ experience in broadcast/cable TV production/programming
      • Strong computer software experience including, but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite
      • Demonstrated understanding of the Catholic Faith, liturgical year and EWTN’s mission
      • Strong attention to detail and follow through
      • Efficient in time management; ability to prioritize and meet strict deadlines.
      • Technical knowledge and competences.

Education

      • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Broadcasting or equivalent experience.

Resumes & cover letter (including salary requirements) should be e-mailed to: humanresources@ewtn.com


Production Assistant – Irondale, AL

The EWTN Production Assistant works as a member of the production crew on studio and field productions; assist set construction crew with set up and tear down of sets; assist editors by organizing, capturing, and ingesting media; will assist producers as needed and under the direction of the Crew Chief.

Duties and Responsibilities

      • Will work as various studio and field production positions as needed, including: Technical Director, Audio, Floor Director, Camera Operator, Tape Operator, Video Operator, Teleprompter Operator, Grip, lighting assistant, etc.
      • Assist in setting up and taking down sets and production equipment in the studio and in the field.
      • Assist editors by organizing, capturing and ingesting media.
      • Assist producers by logging and labeling media, monitoring productions, completing necessary reports, etc.
      • Maintains network public relations with all guests and visitors in studio and on location.
      • Maintain a safe and clean work area.
      • Regular and prompt attendance.
      • Additional duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

      • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in TV broadcast/cable production or related field.
      • Proficient at Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and other computer programs as required.
      • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds.
      • Must be able to take direction and follow instructions.
      • Excellent organizational skills as well as verbal & written communication skills.
      • Strong attention to detail and follow through.
      • Ability to work calmly and effectively, with a sense of urgency while under pressure.
      • Ability to travel and work a flexible schedule.

Preferred Qualifications

      • Understanding of the Catholic Faith and EWTN’s mission.

Education

      • Associate’s degree in Television Production, or equivalent training and experience.

Resumes & cover letter (including salary requirements) should be e-mailed to: humanresources@ewtn.com


Theology Teacher – Roswell, GA

Blessed Trinity Catholic High School exists to provide a nurturing educational environment that transforms lives in Christ, integrating spiritual formation, academic excellence, artistic sensibility, and athletic achievement.  Blessed Trinity is currently seeking a full-time Theology teacher.  Candidate must be a practicing Catholic with a masters degree in theology (bachelor’s acceptable if prepared to begin work on masters) or master catechist certification through the Archdiocese of Atlanta.  For more information about Blessed Trinity Catholic High School visit www.btcatholic.org.

To apply send a letter of interest and resume to Mr. Frank Moore, Principal. It can be mailed to the school at 11320 Woodstock Road, Roswell, GA 30075, or attached as a Word document in an email to fmoore@btcatholic.org. Preference is given to Catholic applicants and priority to those applicants who possess a valid Georgia teacher certificate or who are certifiable in Georgia. Blessed Trinity is located on 68 acres in a northern suburb of Atlanta and features a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum.


Coordinator of Youth Ministry – Greensboro, NC

St. Pius X Catholic Church, an energetic, involved community, seeks a full time coordinator for our Youth Ministry.  The successful candidate will have exceptional experience and drive to enthusiastically engage our youth in educational activities. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

Position reports directly to Director of Faith Formation.

The Coordinator of Youth Ministry is a person committed to Jesus Christ and His Church, faithful to the Gospel, and devoted to bringing the love of Jesus Christ to all people.  The successful candidate must be a Catholic in good standing and an advocate for, an educator of, and a minister to young people.  We look for a prayerful, respectful, optimistic, and patient professional.

Responsibilities:

      • A comprehensive youth ministry for middle school and hight school youth based on Renewing the Vision: A Framework for Catholic Youth Ministry
      • Recruiting and training team members and peer ministers, as well as, organizing a parish youth commission
      • Supervising and organizing the Confirmation preparation process in cooperation with the Office of Faith Formation
      • Regular communication with parishioners
      • Developing and maintaining a budget
      • Assisting in the development and maintenance of young adult ministry in collaboration with other local parishes and the Catholic college community

Qualifications:

      • BA in Theology, Catechetics, Education, or related field
      • A genuine love and concern for young people
      • Some measurable experience in youth ministry through profession or volunteer efforts
      • Organizational skills and the flexibility to handle multiple tasks at one time
      • Experience in recruiting, developing, and working with volunteers
      • Basic computer and media skills
      • Exceptional communication and engagement skills

To apply for this position, send cover letter and resume to Derek Rotty at drotty@stpiusxnc.com or
Derek Rotty
220 State Street
Greensboro, NC 27408


Coordinator of Youth Ministry – Arlington, VA

The Cathedral of St. Thomas More is a vibrant parish at the heart of the Diocese of Arlington. The Cathedral is a multicultural parish that serves over 2500 parishioners and hosts a number of Diocesan events.

The Coordinator of Youth Ministry works to implement a thriving youth ministry program at the Cathedral of St. Thomas More, a multifaceted parish at the heart of the Diocese of Arlington. The Coordinator of Youth Ministry works to evangelize and catechize youth in grades 6-12.

Qualifications

      • Must be a practicing, faithful Catholic in good standing with an active prayer life and knowledge of Church teaching
      • Excellent communication skills
      • Preferably at least two years of parish youth ministry experience
      • B.A. Required

To apply please send resume and salary requirements to ym@cathedralstm.org or
Pastor
Cathedral of St. Thomas More
3901 Cathedral Lane
Arlington, VA  22203


Coordinator of Parish Life and Evangelization – Lakeville, MN

All Saints Catholic Church in Lakeville, MN is looking for a full-time Director of Parish Life and Evangelization. The director would be responsible for working collaboratively with pastor, staff, and parishioners to develop, implement, manage, and evaluate parish ministries that promote parishioner engagement in parish life and evangelization, as well as initiatives that invite all into a deeper relationship with Christ and the Church. This position requires night and weekend work.

Representative Responsibilities

      1. Parish Life Functions
        • Direct, supervise, and develop parish wide events that reflect the parish vision and are responsive to financial stewardship
        • Work closely with appropriate staff to provide support to parish and school events and activities that have potential to deepen discipleship or create opportunity for evangelization
        • Serve as staff liaison to ministries that foster parish life
        • Serve as a member of the team responsible for annual stewardship renewal
      2. Evangelization Functions
        • Working with parish leaders to develop strategies and procedures for welcoming those new to the parish, as well as outreach to those not currently involved with the Church
        • Provide support to parish ministries whose objectives include evangelization
        • Promote opportunities for parish/school staff and parish leadership to depend their understanding of evangelization
        • Collaborate with parish staff and/or ministry leaders to identify opportunities for evangelization efforts in existing programs, and explore new approaches that might foster such efforts
      3. Administrative and Community Functions
        • Serve an example of Catholic faith to parishioners
        • In relationship with the pastor, and Director of Mission, provide organization and administration for above responsibilities including record management and budget
        • Provide support to the Director of Mission to ensure that Enhanced Essential 3 safety protocols are followed in all parish life ministry areas, including opportunities for onsite VIRTUS training to ensure parishioner access to training
        • Provide direction to and attend Parish Life Commission, Fall Festival Committee, Gala Committee, and Garage Sale Committee meetings. Provide direction and support to other parish ministry leadership teams with responsibilities associated with parish life and evangelization.
        • Serve as member of the Pastor’s staff stewardship team
        • With support from parish administrative staff ensure that parish life events that generate revenue follow appropriate accounting and event safety protocols
        • Actively participate in parish and staff activities as appropriate, as well as engage in professional enrichment and continuing education
        • Maintain credentials as a VIRTUS facilitator
        • Be aware of current trends in theology, evangelization, and adult formation. Attend workshops, classes, and seminars applicable tot he ministry. Maintains membership in professional organizations appropriate to the position.

Qualifications

      • Demonstrate understandin gand acceptance of Catholic doctrine
      • BA in theology or equivalent experience
      • Experience working with adults
      • Experience working with volunteers
      • Possess collaborative work skills
      • Ability to satisfactorily pass a criminal background check and an acceptable credit report

Individuals interested in applying or who have questions can contact Rose Thurlow at rthurlow@allsaintschurch.com.


Faith Formation Youth & Young Adult Coordinator – Bangor, ME

The primary responsibility of the Youth and Young Adult Coordinator is to deepen and nurture the faith in all high school aged and young adult parishioners in St. Paul the Apostle Parish. The Coordinator serves to form youth and young adult disciples who are empowered to evangelize. To that end, the Coordinator works closely with the Director of Faith Formation to plan, coordinate and implement the parish’s efforts in ministry to youth in grades 9-12 and adults ages 18-35. In addition to the implementation of programs and curricula, a primary responsibility for the Coordinator is developing and fostering a community of faithful and well-formed catechists and volunteers. Additionally, the coordinator will serve as the primary point of contact for families, youth and young adults in the parish regarding faith formation for these age ranges.

Major Duties and Responsibilities (essential functions):

      • Coordinates the outreach to and evangelization of all age appropriate youth and young adult members of the parish. Step into the lives of the teens by attending school pays, sporting events, etc as a part of relational ministry.
      • Plans and conducts all weekly sessions for all of St. Paul the Apostle Parish high school youth ministry participants (including generating and implementing session content, facilitating youth led Evening Prayer and moderating youth discussion).
      • Facilitates, attends, and oversees bi-weekly meetings of the St. Paul the Apostle Parish High School Youth Leadership Team (SPYLT).
      • Work to create a vibrant young adult ministry in the Parish.
      • Plans and conducts occasional events and activities for youth and young adults including recreational gatherings and the parish’s week-long summer program for high school youth, the Summer Conclave.
      • Fosters the involvement of youth and young adults in the life of the parish, including serving on various parish committees and being involved in parish activities.
      • Meets on a weekly basis with the Director of Faith Formation and attends all staff meetings as scheduled.
      • Coordinates, plans, and implements the development of the budget, fundraising activities curriculum, calendar and methodology of catechesis in high school youth ministry and ministry to young adults for the Parish.
      • Serves as the primary point of contact and support to all youth ministry catechists and young adult volunteers, which includes: coordinating and recruiting catechists and volunteers, scheduling and facilitating monthly meetings, providing appropriate training, and planning events and activities to deepen the faith and strengthen the sense of community among catechists and volunteers.
      • Continuously communicates, invites and updates the youth (and their parents) and young adults of the Parish about the youth ministry and young adult programs.
      • Collaborates with the Director in implementing the goals and happenings for high school youth and young adults in connection with the Diocesan Office of Lifelong Faith Formation and serves as the liaison between St. Paul the Apostle Parish and the youth and young adult ministers of neighboring parishes in the diocese.
      • Other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Position Specifications:

      • Is a practicing Roman Catholic who lives their faith in accord with Catholic morality and teaching; and who understands and enthusiastically supports the mission and purpose of the Catholic Church and parish in the modern world. (New Evangelization)
      • Adheres to and understands the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and is able to evaluate curriculum and catechetical programs for faithfulness to church teaching.
      • Possesses the skills, abilities, and experience for effective teaching of methodologies and catechesis.
      • Builds community and works as part of a team.
      • Has completed or will successfully complete within 90 days of start of employment the diocesan program “Protecting God’s Children.”
      • Meets all of the employment policies specified in the Diocese of Portland “Cluster Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual.”
      • Demonstrates great proficiency and experience in publishing, graphic design, and use of basic computer programs so as to be able to carry out normal office functions.
      • Collaborating with the Director of Communications in making effective use of marketing techniques in promoting youth and young adult events and other Parish activities through social media, the bulletin, and website.
      • Maintains confidentiality.
      • Is willing to work on nights and weekends as needed or requested.
      • Attains, possesses, and maintains a valid Maine driver’s license and is insurable.

Education, Training, and/or Experience:

      • Bachelor’s degree in theology or philosophy from a Catholic institution preferred.
      • One to three years prior experience in youth or young adult ministry preferred.
      • Strong leadership and administration skills. Strong oral and written communication skills.

For more information or to apply, please send a cover letter and resume, including three references to:

Tracy Guerrette
Director of Faith Formation
217 York Street
Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 217-6740
tracy.guerrette@portlanddiocese.org
www.stpaulbangor.me


Theology Teacher, Archbishop Riordan High School – San Francisco, CA

Archbishop Riordan High School is an urban Catholic high school for boys, owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco and sponsored by the Society of Mary, the Marianists, who are assisted by lay men and women. It is the responsibility of each educator—teacher, administrator, coach, and staff member— to understand, embrace and model the school’s mission and philosophy, and create a faith-filled and academically rigorous learning environment where students can reach their full potential.

This is a full-time position for the 2016-2017 school year.

Requirements / Preferences

      • Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies
      • Subject area teaching credential or Master’s degree highly preferred
      • Teaching Experience preferred
      • Candidates with talents and a willingness to do something for the school beyond the classroom such as moderating a club, or coaching a sport will get preference
      • Courses to be taught at Archbishop Riordan:
        • Hebrew Scriptures / Introduction to Marianist Education
        • Scripture and Sacraments
        • Life Issues and Morality
        • World Religions / Christian Lifestyles

Compensation
Salary will be commensurate with experience per the Collective Bargaining Agreement for full-time teachers.

To apply, please email your Letter of Interest and Resume to:
Archbishop Riordan High School
Attn:  Roxanne Kovacich, Human Resources
email: rkovacich@riordanhs.org

Applications will be reviewed starting May 1st and accepted until position is filled.


Science Teacher, Marian Catholic College Preparatory – Kentfield, CA

Marin Catholic is a Catholic, co-ed college preparatory high school founded on the values of faith, knowledge and service.  The young men and women attending Marin Catholic are dedicated, accomplished students, willing and able to undertake the challenges of a college preparatory program and anxious to make their unique contribution to the school community.  The administrators, faculty and staff of Marin Catholic work hard to maintain a dynamic, student-centered environment, one that affords our young women and men every opportunity to achieve excellence.

Teachers at Marin Catholic have the primary responsibility to implement the school philosophy through instructional competence, through participation in the creation of a school community, and through their role as a bridge between the individual student and the world community.

This is a full-time position that will begin August 2016.

Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

Qualifications, credentials, experience, knowledge & skills for the position:

      • Degree in Science or related field
      • High school teaching experience, preferred
      • Catholic, preferred
      • Desire to share his/her faith journey
      • Teaching credential, preferred
      • Ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, students, parents and staff
      • Intellectually curious and willingness to grow professionally
      • Ability to integrate technology into Science curriculum
      • Maintains best professional practices in communicating with peers, students and parents

Interested applicants for positions should submit a letter of interest and current resume to Dave Basso, Assistant Principal, dbasso@marincatholic.org. For more information go to www.marincatholic.org.


Drama Teacher/Director, Marian Catholic College Preparatory – Kentfield, CA

Marin Catholic is a Catholic, co-ed college preparatory high school founded on the values of faith, knowledge and service.  The young men and women attending Marin Catholic are dedicated, accomplished students, willing and able to undertake the challenges of a college preparatory program and anxious to make their unique contribution to the school community.  The administrators, faculty and staff of Marin Catholic work hard to maintain a dynamic, student-centered environment, one that affords our young women and men every opportunity to achieve excellence.

Teachers at Marin Catholic have the primary responsibility to implement the school philosophy through instructional competence, through participation in the creation of a school community, and through their role as a bridge between the individual student and the world community.

Position is for the 2016-17 school year. Part-time applications will be considered.

Qualifications, credentials, experience, knowledge & skills for the position:

  • Degree in Drama or related field
  • Teaching credential, preferred
  • Previous directing experience, especially with small ensemble and collaborative/multi-disciplinary performances, preferred
  • Familiarity and versatility in coordination of instrumental and vocal music, movement and staging elements of dramatic/musical productions.
  • Ability to effectively collaborate with faculty, students and staff
  • Maintains best professional practices in communicating with peers, students and parents

This position will be called upon to teach three drama sections and direct the Fall and Spring Productions, as well as the Drama Showcase. The Drama Teacher who is qualified to teach other subjects may be scheduled to teach other classes for full-time employment. 

Interested applicants for positions should submit a letter of interest and current resume to Dave Basso, Assistant Principal at teachingemployment@marincatholic.org. For more information go to www.marincatholic.org.


English Teacher, Marian Catholic College Preparatory – Kentfield, CA

Marin Catholic is a Catholic, co-ed college preparatory high school founded on the values of faith, knowledge and service.  The young men and women attending Marin Catholic are dedicated, accomplished students, willing and able to undertake the challenges of a college preparatory program and anxious to make their unique contribution to the school community.  The administrators, faculty and staff of Marin Catholic work hard to maintain a dynamic, student-centered environment, one that affords our young women and men every opportunity to achieve excellence.

Teachers at Marin Catholic have the primary responsibility to implement the school philosophy through instructional competence, through participation in the creation of a school community, and through their role as a bridge between the individual student and the world community.

* Position will begin August 2016

Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

Qualifications, credentials, experience, knowledge & skills for the position:
      • Degree in English or related field
      • High school teaching experience, preferred
      • Catholic, preferred
      • Teaching credential or Masters, preferred
      • Ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, students and staff
      • Intellectually curious and willingness to grow professionally
      • Ability to integrate technology into English curriculum
      • Maintains best professional practices in communicating with peers, students and parents
      • Actively participate in the life of the school by supporting the school’s mission and co-curricular programs
Interested applicants for positions should submit a letter of interest and current resume to Dave Basso, Assistant Principal at teachingemployment@marincatholic.org. For more information go to www.marincatholic.org.

President, Institute for Catholic Studies and Formation – Venice, FL

The Diocese of Venice in Florida seeks a President of The Institute for Catholic Studies and Formation. The Institute is responsible for offering Master’s courses in Catechesis and Evangelization in partnership with Franciscan University of Steubenville and providing on-site and video-conferenced instruction for all pre-requisites upon acceptance into the Master’s program. Through its Diocesan-wide video-conferencing system, the Institute offers adult formation lectures and diocesan workshops. Reporting to the Director of Catholic Education, the President oversees the daily operations inclusive of the academic, spiritual, and student life areas of the Institute. Performs leadership duties in the administration of the Institute which includes hiring, supervision and evaluating faculty and staff, coordinating curriculum development, directing professional development, meeting criteria for accrediting organizations and the development, preparation, and implementation of the Institute’s budget. The successful candidate must be a practicing Catholic with a doctoral degree. Qualified candidates are invited to email a cover letter, resume, statement of educational philosophy, and a list of five professional references which will not be utilized until mutually agreed to humanresources@dioceseofvenice.org.


Director of Evangelization – Venice, FL

The Catholic Diocese of Venice in Florida is seeking a Director of Evangelization. This management position will develop and coordinate programs of evangelization that are tailored to the mission and needs of the diocese and parishes.

The successful candidate must have knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church on evangelization and renewal, and personal commitment to these and to the ethos and values of the Catholic Church; relevant experience either in a similar role or in a role encompassing the key areas of competency for this position; Master’s Degree in Theology is required; an awareness of the issues facing evangelization and renewal, and a track record in delivering professional programs; a demonstrated capacity for effective leadership; and experience in building and maintaining networks.

Qualified candidates are invited to email a cover letter outlining major career accomplishments, name of their parish, salary requirements and an attached resume to humanresources@dioceseofvenice.org.


Hispanic Outreach Coordinator – Venice, FL

The Diocese of Venice in Florida is seeking a Hispanic Outreach Coordinator to promote the New Evangelization and Respect Life programs within the Hispanic communities of the Diocese. The Coordinator will spearhead activities such as apologetics, Scripture studies, marriage preparation/enrichment, as well as forming Respect Life teams in appropriate parishes.

Candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be fluent in English and Spanish, have experience giving dynamic presentations in both Spanish and English on Catholic topics, and have a Bachelor Degree in Theology with three (3) years of experience.

Applicants must be a practicing Catholic with a deep understanding and love for the Church’s teachings and a member in good standing of a Catholic parish.

Qualified candidates are invited to email a resume with a cover letter outlining their interest and specific qualifications for this position and salary requirements to humanresources@dioeseofvenice.org.


Pastoral Assistant for Children & Youth – Kalispell, MT

St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Kalispell, Montana has a job opening for a Pastoral Assistant for Children & Youth.  This position administers (designs, develops, directs, and evaluates) the parish faith formation and sacramental preparation for grades K-12 and provides leadership to assist the parish community in building a solid foundation for its youth in spirituality, Christian living, ministry, and outreach.  This is an exempt position with a competitive salary and great benefits.  To obtain application and complete job description email parish@stmattsaints.org.


Pastoral Assistant for Director of Faith Formation & Evangelization – Kalispell, MT

St Matthew’s Catholic Church in Kalispell, Montana has a job opening for a Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation Director and Evangelization.  This position administers (designs, develops, directs, and evaluates) the parish faith formation programs for adults, Sacramental Prep, and Evangelization within our Parish boundaries and beyond.  This is an exempt position with a competitive salary and great benefits.  To obtain application and complete job description email parish@stmattsaints.org.


Male In-House Facilitator, Christ in the City – Denver, CO

We are looking for applicants who are familiar with Catholic social teaching and have a heart for our mission.

Job Summary

Provides community and mission oriented support in the daily operations of Christ in the City.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintains a ready knowledge of the Christ in the City mission to share with others.
  • Serves as the primary representative of Christ in the City after work hours in the following areas:
    • House Safety
    • Enforcing the Rule of Life
    • Enforcing co-ed boundaries
  • Support and shares in the community life of Christ in the City:
    • Present at a minimum of 3 meals per week
    • Present at a minimum of one mass per week
    • Foster a strong male community via once a month community adventure outings and drawing in alumni
  • On-call whenever a missionary seeks help, advice and discernment.
  • Available during orientation sessions.

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Promptly responds to requests for information (received via phone, email, mail or in person).
  • Organization skills and effective communication skills both orally and in writing
  • Participates effectively as a team member through communication, cooperation, information sharing and problem solving.
  • Participates in staff trainings and programs as required, including but not limited to:
    • Weekly Staff Meeting
    • Monthly Staff Development Days
    • Yearly Staff Retreat
  • Leading prayer once per week including rosary, stations of the cross, etc.
  • Any other tasks or duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Provides oversight and direction to missionaries as well as pertinent information to the Director.
  • Create community culture that is consistent with the identified mission, vision, guiding principles, and values of the organization.

Qualifications

  • Knowledge of the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics and the appropriate techniques and practices for the client population.
  • Ability to interact effectively as a team member and independently.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic faith and ability to implement Catholic principles.
  • Leading by example, the house facilitator should be devoted and self-disciplined.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Ability to independently analyze household conditions (physical, social and spiritual) and relay this information to the Director.

Compensation
16 hours of work per week. This is an Exchange of Service compensation- room, board and cell phone usage will be paid for.

Interested applicants should submit an email detailing their qualifications for the position and salary requirements to jobs@christinthecity.org.


Male In-House Facilitator and Maintenance, Christ in the City – Part Time – Denver, CO

Job Description

Provides community and mission oriented support in the daily operations of Christ in the City.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintains a ready knowledge of the Christ in the City mission to share with others.
  • Serves as the primary representative of Christ in the City after work hours in the following areas:
    • House Safety
    • Enforcing the Rule of Life
    • Enforcing co-ed boundaries
  • Support and shares in the community life of Christ in the City:
    • Present at a minimum of 3 meals per week
    • Present at a minimum of one mass per week
    • Foster a strong male community via once a month community adventure outings and drawing in alumni
  • On-call whenever a missionary seeks help, advice and discernment.
  • Available during orientation sessions.
  • Maintenance repair in the house

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Promptly responds to requests for information (received via phone, email, mail or in person).
  • Participates effectively as a team member through communication, cooperation, information sharing and problem solving.
  • Participates in staff trainings and programs as required, including but not limited to:
    • Weekly Staff Meeting
    • Monthly Staff Development Days
    • Yearly Staff Retreat
  • Leading prayer once per week including rosary, stations of the cross, etc.
  • Any other tasks or duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Provides oversight and direction to missionaries as well as pertinent information to the Director.
  • Create community culture that is consistent with the identified mission, vision, guiding principles, and values of the organization.

Qualifications

  • Organization skills and effective communication skills both orally and in writing.
  • Knowledge of the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics and the appropriate techniques and practices for the client population.
  • Ability to interact effectively as a team member and independently.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic faith and ability to implement Catholic principles.
  • Leading by example, the house facilitator should be devoted and self-disciplined.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Ability to independently analyze household conditions (physical, social and spiritual) and relay this information to the Director.
  • Knowledge and Experience in maintenance work.

Compensation
16 hours of work per week. This is an Exchange of Service compensation- room, board and cell phone usage will be paid for.

Interested applicants should submit an email detailing their qualifications for the position and salary requirements to jobs@christinthecity.org.


Director of Faith Formation – Full Time – Northglenn, CO

Full-time position and you will report to the Pastor. The DFF will be responsible for a comprehensive parish faith formation program from preschool catechesis through Adult Faith Formation. The mission of the DFF will be to help deepen people’s personal relationship with Jesus Christ in the context of proclaiming the Catholic faith, and to assist them in living the Gospel mandates to love God, love neighbor and make Intentional Disciples, in line with the Pastoral Plan of the Archdiocese of Denver.

Will be responsible for ministries including but not limited to the following areas, Preschool, Children, Middle School, High School, Adults, Men, Women, and Seniors.

Essential Job Functions

      • Develops goals, objectives, and implements strategies for a comprehensive faith formation program that serves Pre-K through adults including preparation for sacraments.
      • In conjunction with the Pastor and the formation team implements a coherent and unified curriculum and catechetical plan for IHM.
      • Directs and oversees various faith formation programs that support a lifelong deepening of the Catholic faith for all parishioners consistent with the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), Archdiocese of Denver guidelines, and parish needs.
      • Responsible for the recruitment and training of volunteers/catechists to conduct the parish’s catechetical programs.
      • Assures volunteers and employees receive Safe Environment training and have the Safe Environment Certification and
      • Responsible for administrative functions including but not limited to program registrations, collection of fees, evaluations, budget preparation and implementation, purchase expense authorization documentation, oversee expenditures and other duties as needed.
      • Evaluates faith formation programs and makes recommendations to the Pastor.
      • Researches available materials and provides necessary primary and supplemental materials for all programs and processes.
      • Promotes programs and provides material for the parish bulletin, weekly update and other media.
      • Keeps current in developments/changes with Diocesan policies as they relate to formation and sacramental practices.
      • Develops an accurate statistical picture of the efforts of the parish and submits reports to the Pastor and Parish Pastoral Council as requested.
      • Attends & participates in weekly staff meetings.
      • Keeps abreast of archdiocesan, national, and global Church trends in the field of catechesis: participates in local and regional organizations related to catechetics.
      • Attends archdiocesan Ministry/Catechetical Congress; attends appropriate workshops and Professional Development Days.
      • Keeps all appropriate credentials current.

Additional Job Functions

      • Performs any other job-related duties as necessary for the smooth flow of work in the department and/or as assigned by the Pastor.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

      • Knowledge of Catholic doctrine and beliefs as presented in the documents of Vatican Council II, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other relevant Church and Catechetical Documents.
      • Knowledge of the RCIA Process and the thorough understanding of the RCIA text.
      • Knowledge of the multi-cultural dimensions of catechesis.
      • Ability to assess needs and use results to develop catechetical processes.
      • Leadership and teambuilding abilities to direct religious education and Sacramental preparation programs.
      • Possess excellent planning, organizational and collaborative skills.
      • In-depth knowledge and training in Theology and Liturgy in the Roman Catholic tradition.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with others.
      • Computer literacy, excellent written, oral communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Working knowledge of management, supervision and administration; knows needs and resources of parish community; must have updated knowledge of educational and catechetical trends and practices.
      • Ability to work under pressure; must initiate, be creative, and anticipate solutions to problems: needs good judgment in emergency situations and when working with varied personalities and cultures; must be able to work under frequent interruptions.
      • Ability to maintain accurate fiscal records, and budgetary and statistical data.
      • Ability to interact with individuals and groups, and maintain appointments and meetings on parish grounds.
      • Must have a valid Colorado driver’s license and the ability to travel as required.
      • The Director of Faith Formation will be expected to work no less than 40 hours per week including evenings and weekends.
      • Must be a practicing Roman Catholic, committed to the teachings and mission of the Catholic Church.
      • Perform other duties as assigned by the pastor Position Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

      • Degree in theology, pastoral studies, religious education or a related field.
      • Two years of formation experience in a parish or diocesan position. Related degrees and comparable experience will be considered.

Performance Elements

      • Ability to use a computer keyboard for up to 8 hours/day
      • Ability to sit and stand for up to 8 hours/day
      • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds

If interested send your resume, references and salary requirements to: deacontaylor@ihmco.org.


Resource Teacher – Part Time – Aurora, CO

St. Pius X Catholic School in Aurora, Colorado is searching for a part time resource teacher. The school is located at 13680 E. 14th Place, Aurora, CO 80012. This position would begin as soon as possible. The hours for this position are flexible, as are the work days. We can try to work around class schedules of AI students. The primary focus of this position is working with children individually or in small groups to support them in their struggles with reading, writing, and math. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in elementary education or a related field. Candidates must be practicing Catholics and be passionate about the faith. You must enjoy working with children of varying ages. If you are interested, please send a resume, cover letter, and any other supporting paperwork to Eileen Michalczyk at emichalczyk@stpiusxschool.net. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stpiusxschool.net.


First Grade Teacher – Full Time – Aurora, CO

St. Pius X Catholic School in Aurora, Colorado is searching for a full time first grade teacher. The school is located at 13680 E. 14th Place, Aurora, CO 80012. Position would begin as soon as possible. The hours for this position are from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. daily. Candidates must be practicing Catholics and passionate about teaching the faith to children. You must have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in elementary or early childhood education. Candidates with prior education experience preferred, but not required. You must enjoy working with young children. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: lesson planning, grading papers, teaching all subject areas (math, reading, writing, religion, social studies, science), communicating with parents, and occasional evening and/or weekend events. If you are interested, please send a resume, cover letter, and any other supporting paperwork to Eileen Michalczyk at emichalczyk@stpiusxschool.net. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.stpiusxschool.net.


Campus Minister – Austin, TX

St. Michael’s Catholic Academy in Austin, TX, is looking for a campus minister who is interested in working in a Catholic high school environment. This individual will work closely with our teachers, lead our service and outreach program, coordinate retreats for grades 9-12, and be available to students seeking to grow their relationship with Christ throughout their high school career and beyond. The school seeks to hire and retain employees who are skilled in their field, involved participants in the community, active in their faith, and dedicated to carrying out the mission of the school. The ideal candidate will have a successful history of working with young people, be fully committed to the development of a well-rounded student, and have a history of professional interaction patterns with colleagues and parents. Appropriate undergraduate or graduate degree is required.

Please submit letter of interest and resume to:

Human Resources
St. Michael’s Catholic Academy
3000 Barton Creek Blvd.
Austin, TX 78735
HR@smca.com

Please email your cover letter and resume with the subject line: position applying for – your name.


Assistant Program Director of Catechesis and Student Formation – Tulsa, OK

The St. Philip Neri Catholic Newman Center at The University of Tulsa is searching for an upcoming graduate of the Augustine Institute to serve as the Assistant Director of Catechesis and Student Formation. The individual will be responsible for enhancing existing, promoting, and teaching catechesis. This individual will assist the Priest Chaplain with the formation of college students. The successful candidate will embrace the teachings of and be faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

Major Responsibilities:

      • Assist the Chaplain in his role as chief catechist of the Newman Center.
      • In partnership with the Chaplain, research, plan, develop and implement a vision for catechesis and faith formation.
      • Lead and instruct weekly RCIA and teach student faith formation classes.
      • Collaborates with missionaries and college student leaders to provide catechetical resources, training and instruction to further their faith life and theological understanding.

Qualifications:

      • Master’s degree of Arts in Theology or Leadership in the New Evangelization.
      • Experience which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the required work and responsibilities.
      • Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of Catholic catechesis and faith formation, including the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults.
      • Thorough knowledge of Catholic ecclesial life and structure, along with knowledge of church organizational and operational procedures.
      • Ability to communicate effectively, both in a larger classroom setting and individually.
      • Strong interpersonal skills, creativity, decision-making, use of discretion, teamwork, and ability to prioritize.
      • Proficiency with computer and basic office software.
      • Practicing Catholic required.

Hours & Compensation:

      • Full time; average 40 hours per week. This is a ministry position on a college campus-hours require personal flexibility.
      • A commensurate, full time salary plus benefits package.

For consideration, please email your resume and a cover letter detailing how you meet the above qualifications to tu-newman@utulsa.edu.


Youth Ministry Program Assistant-Lakewood, CO

Catholic in good standing with great energy and enthusiasm for relational ministry with mid-school and high-school aged youth. Will assist the Youth Ministry Director with needs for the Youth Ministry program, including administrative and clerical. Will assist program event planning, with preparation of A/V and needed supplies before youth meetings, prepare bulletin announcements, preparing correspondence with parents and youth, and keep current on social media platforms. Part time 10-15 hours a week.

Skills

      • Proficiency with all Microsoft Office programs
      • Proficient with social media platforms
      • Be certified or able to be certified with Safe Environment Training
      • Able to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, especially on Sunday.
      • Able to work as a team player with Youth Ministry Director
      • Committed to on-going personal spiritual growth with Jesus.

Resumes and cover letters should be sent to:
Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Lakewood
Attn. Fr. Henri, pastor
1985 Miller St. Lakewood, CO 80215
or
parishoffice@fatimalakewood.com


Campus Ministries – Chaplain of Integral Missions – Hope College Holland, MI

Hope College is a strong co-educational, undergraduate, residential, Christian liberal arts college of more than 3,400 students. Hope’s beautiful and well-maintained campus is located just steps from award-winning downtown Holland, Michigan. Affiliated with the Reformed Church in America since its founding in 1866, the College is known for its ecumenical Christian atmosphere.

Hope is recognized as a national leader in undergraduate research and scholarship, and for providing professional preparation and life-changing experiences in a friendly and welcoming community. The college has consistently ranked among the nation’s top liberal arts colleges and is featured in Colleges That Change Lives. Key to Hope’s success is its rare combination of rigorous academic programs and a community life grounded in a relevant, inviting, and vibrant Christian faith.

Description

The Chaplain of Integral Mission is responsible for giving vision, direction and administrative oversight for the integral mission programming and immersion trips strategy and implementation that engages students both locally and globally.

      • Develop integral mission strategy and implementation that engages students both locally and globally.
      • Organize and administrate Immersion Trips strategy and implementation that aligns with the mission and core values of Campus Ministries.
      • Supervise student office assistant and all student immersion trip leaders.
      • Oversee and maintain all operating budgets for all Integral Mission programs.
      • Pastoral care and spiritual direction with students in context of historic Christian faith.
      • Campus presence at various campus locations and events that engage students.
      • Relationship building with local ministries for integration in worship and student ministry opportunities.
      • Collaborative engagement with Hope Neighbors Community (HNC), Office of Multicultural Education, Hope United for Justice, Emmaus Scholars, and International Christian Fellowship.
      • Speak within assigned Chapels during the academic year.
      • Serve on College committees and at College events appointed by Senior Chaplain or Dean of the Chapel.

Qualifications

      • M. Div. or Master’s degree preferred.
      • Enjoys working with college students
      • Enthusiasm and expertise for local and global outreach along with short-term mission experiences
      • Strong administrative and leadership skills required
      • Minimum three years experience leading global or local outreach programs
        Flexible schedule
      • Strong written and oral communication skills
      • An understanding and support of the theological vision and mission of Hope College Campus Ministries
      • Enjoys working on a team and within an institutional culture of higher education
      • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Application Instructions

As part of the online application, candidates will upload a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references with contact information. For more information and to apply go to www.hope.edu


Diocesan Director of Catechesis – Venice, FL

The Diocese of Venice in Florida is seeking an experienced candidate for the position of Director of Catechesis. The Director provides leadership, direction and support to the parishes and schools of the diocese, assisting them in implementing effective catechetical and religious formation programs.

Requirements

      • Be a practicing Catholic in good standing with a deep understanding and love for the Church’s teachings.
      • Be a registered member of a Catholic parish.
      • Have a graduate degree in theology or religious studies.
      • Have 3-5 years of administrative experience in diocesan religious education or parish setting with the capability of performing a significant amount of administrative work independently.
      • Be completely fluent in both English and Spanish (with excellent verbal and written communication skills in both languages).
      • Have good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite and experience utilizing information technology and social media in the administration of catechetical and religious formation programs.

Duties included but not limited to

      • Provide policies, structures and services that support a sound, effective catechesis in school and parish programs of the diocese including adult education, as well as sacramental preparation and professional catechist development.
      • Offer support and assistance to pastors and parish directors of religious education by means of on-site visits and frequent communication.
      • Coordinate support and information systems for parish directors of religious education through orientation sessions, regular meetings and periodic publications.
      • Conduct the annual Fall Professional Days and the Spring Catechetical Day.

Candidates with the requisite experience and qualifications are invited to email a resume with a cover letter outlining their qualifications for the position including the name of their parish and salary requirements to humanresources@dioceseofvenice.org


Coordinator, Life & Justice Ministry – Oakland

The Diocese seeks a Coordinator of Life and Justice Ministry in the Department of Faith
Formation & Evangelization. This position will facilitate delivery of direct services and referrals to
parishes and ethnic pastoral centers in regions, deaneries and parishes. In accord with the
Church’s doctrine, the Coordinator will develop and implement an evangelizing catechesis to help
parishes understand and put into practice the Church’s vision for greater respect for life as well as
the themes of Catholic social teaching.

Basic Function

In conjunction with the Bishop, the mission of the Diocese of Oakland and the Director for Faith Formation and Evangelization, this position will facilitate delivery of direct services and referrals to parishes and ethnic pastoral centers in regions, deaneries, and parishes.

In accord with the Church’s doctrine, develop and implement an evangelizing catechesis to help parishes understand and put into practice the Church’s vision for greater respect for life as well as the themes of Catholic social teaching.

Duties and Responsibilities

      • *Initiates and sustains contacts with parish staffs, life and justice volunteers in parishes, high schools and ethnic centers resources them with current programs, materials, and service opportunities
      • *Provides life and justice consultation, workshops and materials appropriate for the training of parish leaders including priests, deacons, religious, catechists, lay ecclesial ministers and adult learners.
      • *Resources other departments of the diocese in the area of Catholic social teaching as needed.
      • *Sends regular newsletters and alerts and manages website and social media accounts.
      • *Supports the key national and statewide Catholic legislative networks and diocesan and parish-based organizing efforts on social issues such as assisted suicide, abortion, mass incarceration, public safety, immigration reforms, etc.
      • *Represents the Diocese/Bishop with a number of key Catholic social service/advocacy organizations including Catholic Charities of the East Bay, Catholic Relief Services, California Catholic Conference, US Conference of Catholic Bishops, and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, etc.
      • *Ensures that the diocese is connected with broader life and justice and public policy coalitions.
      • * Promotes and assists pro-life services and programs like After the Choice Post-Abortion Healing Ministry and the Gabriel Project (a parish-based ministry supporting pregnant women in crisis).
      • *Maintains ongoing awareness of cultural and theological conversations that inform life and Catholic social teaching issues through professional reading and networking with colleagues in other dioceses.
      • *Coordinates projects as assigned by the Bishop, BAC, and Director of FFE. Represents and resources the Bishop and his mission as needed.
      • *Supervises part-time Coordinators of related ministries (e.g., Detention Ministry, After the Choice and Hospital Ministry, as needed).
      • *Demonstrates the ability to adapt the office to meet the needs of the diocese by resolving problems, answering questions, and addressing concerns promptly and effectively.
      • *Displays genuine interest and care for the people of the diocese by honoring the cultural context and personality distinctions.
      • *Provides financial management as needed.
      • May be given various other assignments and projects consistent with the responsibility level and general duties of a Coordinator.

* Denotes essential functions of this position, in conjunction with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Requirements and Preferences

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in related field; understanding of and respect for the teachings of the Catholic Church, particularly in the areas of life and Catholic social teaching.

Education Preferred: Master’s Degree in related field; familiarity with local, state, national, and international social justice and public policy issues.

Experience Required: Three years experience in life and justice work.

Experience Preferred: Five years experience in related field; prefer experience at diocesan level; working knowledge of diocesan, deanery, and parish structures and operations.

Skills Required: Excellent communication, organizational, and administrative skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office software.

Skills Preferred: Fluent in spoken and written Spanish; ability to attract and effectively supervise volunteers.

Other Required: A Catholic who supports, lives and communicates the teachings of the Catholic Church; ability to provide own transportation; valid CDL and verification of auto insurance; availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Position is open until filled. Please send your cover letter, application and resume to:
application@oakdiocese.org


Associate Director of Evangelization – Austin, TX

The Associate Director of Evangelization is responsible for overseeing diocesan programs, initiatives, and resources related to strengthening the Church’s impact in fulfilling its ongoing mission of evangelization. The position reports to the Director of Evangelization, Catechesis and Family Life and operates under general supervision with wide latitude for the use of independent judgment and initiative.

Essential Job Duties:

      • Assist Director in providing consultation and services on the increased awareness, understanding and practice of the New Evangelization, to parish and school leadership, staff, and volunteers.
      • Plan, organize, and promote workshops and/or courses on the Church’s mission of evangelization in English and Spanish.
      • Evaluate existing and emerging parish renewal programs in English and Spanish and assist renewal group leaders in obtaining appropriate spiritual and catechetical formation.
      • Serve as a consultant and resource to parishes implementing the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, in collaboration with the Office of Worship.
      • Provide consultation and services to parishes and other organizations with a focus on welcoming and reintegrating returning Catholics into full and active parish participation.
      • Establish relationships of collaboration with evangelization ministries and apostolates operating within the Diocese of Austin.
      • Assist in establishing and maintaining avenues of outreach especially for inactive and disengaged Catholics, including print, digital, and social media.
      • Collaborates with the Associate Director of Catechesis regarding the assessment and promotion of materials for adult faith formation and spiritual enrichment.
      • Assist the Office of Evangelization, Catechesis, and Family Life facilitation and teaching of courses for catechist certification and adult faith formation.
      • Maintain a work schedule that maximizes availability to parishes, diocesan staff, and other customers.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

      • Knowledge of Catholic theology and Church teaching related to the New Evangelization, including sacramental initiation of adults.
      • Knowledge of use of social and new media in the service of evangelization.
      • Ability to perform in a pastorally sensitive manner and able to inspire others to leadership.
      • Ability to communicate orally and in writing, including communicating complex or technical information to a wide variety of audiences.
      • Ability to plan and present workshops.
      • Ability to perform in a pastorally sensitive manner and able to inspire others to leadership.
      • Ability to use effective listening, strategic planning, goal setting and organizational skills.
      • Ability to operate various word-processing software, spreadsheets, and database programs.
      • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with others (staff, clergy, religious and laity).
      • Ability to organize, prioritize and utilize effective time management techniques.
      • Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.
      • Ability to follow instructions furnished in verbal or written format.
      • Ability to proficiently communicate in English and Spanish (conversing, writing, and reading).

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Training: Bachelor’s degree in theology, ministry or related field of study from an accredited American Catholic university or equivalent in a foreign country.

Experience: Three (3) years of full time wage earning experience in a parish or diocesan ministry.

Language: Bilingual English-Spanish (proficient in conversing, reading, and writing) preferred.

Catholic Requirement: Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing.

Licenses/Certifications: Valid Texas driver’s license. Must be certified in Diocese of Austin EIM within 60 days of employment, and maintain certification throughout the employment period.

Apply here: austindiocese.applicantpro.com


Executive Director, Catholics for the Common Good Institute

Catholics for the Common Good Institute, is seeking a skilled, entrepreneurial, creative, and energetic Catholic who is faithful to Church teaching, and has organizational management experience to organize and lead an effective high profile organization that seeks to “reintroduce” marriage to a culture who has forgotten its meaning and strives to evangelize the culture by helping people learn ways to promote marriage reality in their families and communities.

It will be the responsibility of the Executive Director to implement the strategic direction as outlined by the Board of Directors through leading the day-to-day activities of the organization. This position reports directly to the Board. The Executive Director will receive guidance from the President, and the President will have editorial responsibility over all educational content and messaging.

The primary responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:

      • Responsible for the development, implementation, and accomplishment of the organizational goals and plans as approved by the Board of Directors.
      • Monitors and evaluates all business activities and reports progress to the Board.
      • Responsible for overall leadership of staff in the development and implementation of short and long term plans, policies and other activities.
      • Directly oversees day-to-day management of staff and related human resource issues.
      • Responsible for the financial management of the organization, including the development and implementation of the annual budget. Oversees the development of budgets for submission to the Board; ensures compliance with approved budgets; proposes revisions as necessary.
      • Oversees accounting functions and processes.
      • Directs marketing and promotional activities to meet the goals of the organization.
      • Develops, directs and oversees fundraising activities to ensure financial viability of the organization. Coordinates fundraising activities with the Board of Directors.
      • Responsible for leading integrated development and fundraising activities for the funding of the organization at all giving levels.
      • Leads all Major Gift cultivation activities, assisted by the Board of Directors, by building relationships with potential major donors on behalf of the organization.
      • Communicates effectively with multiple audiences using a variety of formats. Develops and oversees development of oral and written communications; website, presentations, marketing materials, written reports, business correspondence.
      • Efficiently responds to questions from press, membership, staff and members of the community. Communicates effectively in both written and oral form and effectively presents information to the membership, public, and Board of Directors.
      • Liaison with other organizations, such as dioceses, parishes, ministries, and other organizations.
      • Managing public education programs including educational tracts, promotional products, TV and audio media, webinars, etc.
      • Performs managerial duties for staff including interviewing, recommendation for hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing of work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Catholics for the Common Good Institute is a lay apostolate for the evangelization of culture based on the social teachings of the Catholic Church with insights from the method of Saint John Paul II. It is founded in response to his call for the new evangelization and the U.S. bishops’ call for faithful citizenship.

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Director of Faith Formation & Youth Ministry – Iowa

The Catholic parishes of Dyersville, Earlville, New Vienna, Petersburg, and Worthington comprise nearly 3,000 families. Full-time position overseeing faith formation for youth and adults, as well as sacramental preparation programs. Check out our website at www.spiresoffaith.com.

Required:  Practicing Catholic, degree in education or related field. Job description available at www.xavierbasilica.com.

Send resume and letters of recommendation to:
Fr. Dennis Quint
104 Third St SW
Dyersville, IA 52040
or denquint@gmail.com