Opportunities for Augustine Institute Students & Alumni
The Assistant Director of Evangelization and Communications will work closely with the Director of Evangelization to foster a culture of encounter within the parish. They are responsible for all parish communications and for the coordination of evangelization and faith formation programs. These efforts will serve the overall mission of making disciples by creating pathways for meaningful connection with the community and with parish ministries.
Responsibilities for Communications
- Coordinates the content, design and communication of parish media in support of all parish activities: through electronic communications, including Website (Squarespace platform), social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), Email newsletters (Flocknote, Mailchimp); and through print media (bulletin, posters, flyers, mailouts)
- Collaborate with volunteer Media Team to create original digital and print content for marketing
Responsibilities for Programs
- Planning and logistical support for evangelization and faith formation programs and events
- Specific duties include: planning, scheduling, volunteer coordination
- Required skills: detail-oriented and thorough; experience in event management; experience with electronic and print media; excellent written communication skills; able to work in a collaborative environment; ability to utilize and create compelling visual content
- Work description: works under the direction of the Director of Evangelization; can expect regular weekday evening work (1-3 per week) as well as occasional weekend events (1-2 per month); a flexible work schedule is offered to accommodate these requirements
Please send cover letter and resume with three references to: Adam Arehart, Director of Evangelization & Adult Faith Formation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Employer
St. Charles Borromeo, in the heart of Arlington County, Virginia, is the most urban and youthful parish in the Diocese of Arlington. We are committed to the missionary discipleship of the New Evangelization through comprehensive formation in the faith, through a rich liturgical and prayer life, and through fellowship in charity.
POSITION TITLE: Youth Minister & Confirmation Coordinator
Date: Oct. 1, 2018
FLSA: Exempt – Full-Time – Professional
Reports to: Pastor
Indirectly reports to: Pastor’s Delegate
Provides work direction to: Volunteers
Receives work direction from: Pastor, Business Administrator
Resource Person to: Parishioners
This position is full time with benefits
Hours hired to work: 40 hours per week
Purpose of Position: coordinate all aspects of the 7th/8th grade confirmation program, including being a catechist; to coordinate and perform youth ministry duties to the 7th – 12th grade youth of both parishes; to help them to know, love and serve Jesus Christ and his Church.
Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal. It is expected that all employees respect Roman Catholic doctrine and religious practices. Reasonable accommodation for the religious practice of employees not of the Roman Catholic faith will similarly be provided.
It is required that this employee be an active, participating Roman Catholic.
The Youth Minister will plan, organize and supervise activities for youth in the parish, in grades seven through twelve, including the annual Camp Veritas youth camp.
The Confirmation Coordinator will plan and direct every aspect of our Confirmation Program, including planning retreat(s), training volunteers, and being a lead catechist for Confirmation.
* Be present, on time and available for work at-all-times that the position demands.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will plan and supervise activities for youth on Wednesday evenings, usually at the parish church, prior to Faith Formation.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will plan and supervise other activities with the youth as appropriate, including pilgrimages, Bible studies, Eucharistic adoration, retreats, mission trips, service projects and social events.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator, will participate as appropriate in the Wednesday evening faith formation program.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will coordinate adult volunteers to assist with youth activities and act as chaperones.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will mentor youth to become peer leaders.
- The Youth Minister will try to interest parish youth and their friends in the youth group, and attempt to build Christian fellowship and communion within the group and between Jesus Christ, the parish, the Archdiocese and the Universal Church.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will stay informed about Archdiocesan events for youth ministers and youth and participate when appropriate.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator, as part of our parish cluster, will collaborate with the Director of Faith Formation to promote events hosted by both parishes.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will train Catechists to teach our Confirmation classes.
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will keep parents informed of all necessary requirements, set for by the Archdiocese our parish, for the teen(s) to be Confirmed when they are ready
- The Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will familiarize themselves with programs that are important for leading teens closer to Jesus. Some of these programs will include, but are not limited to; formed.org (ydisciple), Dead Theologians Society (DTS), and Chosen.
- Youth Minister / Confirmation Coordinator will assist the Pastor in coordinating our Annual Parish Mission
Other Responsibilities: Includes additional tasks identified (as needed) by the incumbent employee and/or assigned and approved by the supervisor.
The responsibilities listed above are representative responsibilities intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by staff members assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities and qualifications required to the position. More detailed listings of duties and tasks are outlined in supplemental documents.
The Responsibilities above are considered essential functions of this position.
I have reviewed this job description and agree that it is an accurate representation of the responsibilities of my position. I understand that, as the organization’s needs change, my job description will also change.
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Youth Minister/Confirmation Coordinator
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Adequate knowledge of sacred scripture, Roman Catholic doctrine and tradition, especially in the areas of prayer, morality and the sacraments.
BA in theology or Catholic Studies is preferred, but not required
2+ years experience as youth minister, confirmation coordinator, FF director is preferred, not required
Possess computer word-processing skills
Possess spelling and legible writing skills
Possess education or experience in training, delegating, empowering and supervising others.
Successfully complete standard Archdiocese background checks and attend Virtus and related training
Possess an understanding of the English language
Possess the ability to provide clear direction.
Is an actively involved, participating Roman Catholic
Possess excellent communication and organization qualities.
Exhibit promptness and dependability
Project a personal lifestyle with Christian values.
Able to insure confidentiality, honesty and trust in all areas.
Able to follow through to completion on projects
Must exhibit patience and understanding
Ability to continue education as requested.
Exhibit patience and calmness in chaotic situations.
Able to lead and address large and small group functions.
Able to go up and down steps
Able to lift 10 lbs. (paper, files, small office equipment, etc.)
Able to sit for long periods of time.
Able to work for longer periods of time when position demands.
Pay Structure: Commission/Fundraised Terms: Full Time Employee (~50hrs/week)
Category: Young Adult Outreach Ministry Experience: 0-5 years
Commitment: 2 years minimum + 12 weeks Potential Locations: Denver, San Diego & Chicago
Application: Send resume & cover letter to email@example.com
Catholic Young Adult Sports (CYAS), is a Denver based, young adult recreational sports outreach. Our mission is to build a community of hospitable outreach through recreational sports and socials that lead to a path of discipleship in Bible studies, retreats, and mission trips. We use sports and socials as the draw, and leverage them, to invite participants into a deeper life in union with Jesus Christ. Our core mission values are hospitable outreach, integrity, and Catholic orthodoxy. Our goal/vision is Catholic young adult community everywhere. We have seen incredible fruit in our apostolate and through our partnerships we are providing a community of belonging for young adults. Numerous marriages, re-conversions and conversions have happened as the Spirit works through our communities and missionaries. This work is bearing fruit…is God inviting you to bear fruit that will remain, with us?
Need for CYAS
We model a radical Catholic view in practice, which is not radical at all in theology. Evangelization requires us to “meet people where they are at.” Community, or social life, is not only necessary, but is this first step for evangelization, yet it is often overlooked or devalued in our intellect heavy tradition. Cardinal Ratzinger and Sherry Wedell both give a framework for the path to discipleship along the lines of: 1- Trust & Curiosity – Pre-evangelization 2 – Initial Catechesis (or discipleship) and finally 3 – Perfected Catechesis. CYAS excels in stages 1 & 2 and leaves our partners, often parishes, to continue investing in stage 3.
Did you know that 80% of young adults will leave the Catholic faith before they turn 23? And, less than 5% will return for marriage or baptism. This is a crises demanding urgent attention.
The young adult outreach coordinator serves a parish, or a diocese region, in the efforts to evangelize 18-39 year olds. Every missionary coordinator plans and coordinates recreational sports leagues (basketball, ultimate, volleyball, etc.) and fun monthly social events for new participant engagement. Then they personally invite and encourage participants to get involved in walking with God through: Bible studies, retreats and mission trips, which they also plan/coordinate.
Outreach coordinators will work in a team of 2-4 missionaries and report to the National Program Director, or Regional Program Director. They will also live with at least one missionary of the same gender in housing that is provided rent-free for them to direct a formation household for young single adults that live with them.
Employees of CYAS are missionaries, which means they fundraise their personal support in order to further the mission. Missionary positions income are only limited by self-motivation and willingness to have a radical faith and boldness for Christ. CYAS will internally train all missionaries on how to build a support team from friends, family and referrals. The first twelve weeks are set aside strictly for building this support team, which will sustain the missionaries in their work with CYAS. Support team building is performed remotely near the missionary’s home base. During this initial season, missionaries will receive a small stipend for finishing the first week of training. After the first week, missionaries receive a monthly draw/advance, if needed. This draw converts to a stipend/bonus at the completion of the trainee period. Missionaries are also held accountable to fundraising goals based on their personal budget needs. Missionaries can expect to raise $24k-$60k/year in support on top of the rent-free housing provided.
The ideal candidate will be zealous for holiness, orthodox Catholic in line with the Roman rite in formation (Byzantine, Lithuanian, etc.), and desire to lead a community of peers to knowing and loving Jesus Christ. They should be willing to step out of their comfort zone frequently in order to lead others in faith and morals and often be the first welcoming contact for young adults seeking to grow spiritually in a parish or city. They also must have some affinity towards sports, at minimum having played in some recreational/developmental league(s) or enough familiarity to be confident in planning and leading leagues with some training. They will also need to be outgoing towards new people, as the position requires a lot of social networking and the creation of a hospitable environment requires good conversational skills. They must also be self-motivated, or motivated by their relationship with God towards diligence, and a servant leader. All potential candidates will embody the CYAS values: hospitable outreach, integrity and Catholic orthodoxy.
• Event planning & co-ordination: Every missionary should plan at minimum 6 sports leagues and 6-12 social events annually (training and support is provided)
• Formation planning: Every missionary will lead at least one Bible study and mentor two disciples, actively direct the formation of their household, plan 1-2 retreats a year, and work with a region on planning a mission trip or a pilgrimage for young adults (training and support is provided)
• Recruitment: Every missionary must work diligently at inviting and encouraging peers to get involved in outreach, formation and volunteer opportunities
• Marketing: Event planning requires a good marketing strategy. CYAS provides tools and systems for effective social media and email marketing, but our staff are required to carry it out. An eye for detail and ability to be objective in marketing is critical to its success.
• Pro-Life: Missionaries working in a parish must work creatively to build a pro-life, not pro-birth culture, in that parish. Primarily, finding a way to provide numerous babysitting opportunities for young adult events and getting out the young families to events and in formation.
• Coordinating efforts with diocesan/parish personnel, including reporting to the local Bishop/Pastor and/or his representatives and work hard to explain and understand the relational evangelization vision of CYAS in the Church.
• Fundraising one’s own income and maintaining good report with mission partners (training is provided, and the first 12 weeks of the position are dedicated to building a livable income)
• Sincere dedication to personal spiritual growth and spiritual direction
• Successful candidates will exemplify leadership skills, especially self-motivation and time-management.
• Interpersonal skills are critical for managing/recruiting a team of volunteers and players/captains for leagues, socials events, and formation opportunities
• 100% Missionary minded (all work should have eternal salvation at the forefront) – missionary work is a vocation/calling, which means it permeates to all aspects of life, unlike a job. This is why the position requires more than 50 hours, but a good portion of those hours should be in fun social settings that hardly seem like labor.
• A good Catholic theology formation and a passion for sharing/teaching the Catholic faith
• Creativity and innovation to propose and enact new leagues/events
• Experience in social media, with at least 600 Facebook friends (a strong social network is crucial to fundraising and shows the ability to relate to a large pool of personalities)
• Organization, Time Management, Good Communication and Self Discipline
o Using Google Calendar sharing and a personal digital calendar is a must
o Prudent at taking time for self needs/interest
o Willing to spend a lot of time in social settings and networking opportunities
o Frequent night and weekend work is required, primarily being present for league events or socials with participants and/or in building a support team – most of the work is fun and what we would expect the missionaries would want to do in their free-time anyway (playing sports, getting a drink with friends, leading Bible studies, etc.)
o Self-motivation while managing one’s own schedule and frequent remote work
o Willingness to improve existing processes by taking self-initiative when things seem to not work well
• Discipleship minded – desire for authentic friendships geared towards heaven/virtue
• A high level of computer/technical skills (Microsoft Suite, Windows, social media marketing, email marketing, photo/video editing, etc.)
• Confidence in Public Speaking and/or Group Leadership – formation (retreats/talks) or fundraising oriented
• Sales or Development experience
• Work in the sports industry
• Event planning experience
• Willingness to relocate for mission expansion
|Posted:||September 18, 2018||Terms:||Part Time Employee|
|Expires:||October 5, 2018||Experience:||2-5 years|
|Location:||Littleton, CO||Education:||High School|
Send resumés or inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Mary Parish (Littleton) has an immediate opening for an experienced part-time (24 hours/week) Accounting Assistant. The successful applicant will be an active practicing Catholic in good standing with the church.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume and wage expectation to email@example.com no later than Friday, Oct 5th. For a full job description, please visit www.stmarylittleton.org/contact-us/job-opportunities/.
This position organizes, deposits and records all income received by the parish and school, and processes for payment all invoices received for the parish, school and home school association (HSA) and maintains detail vendor records.
GOALS & OBJECTIVES:
In accordance with sound accounting practices and principles, the Accounting Assistant will support the Parish mission by processing transactions and maintaining accurate records for the following functions:
• Cash Receipts and Deposits
• Cash Disbursements and Accounts Payable
Direct Manager: Parish Accounting Manager
Guidance & Inspiration: Disciples of the Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Non-Exempt, Hourly, Part Time: 18-25 hours per week, no benefits
About the Employer
Catholic Parish of over 1800+ families with a K – 8 school of over 330 families.
St. Mark Catholic Church, a parish of 1400 families in Westminster, Colorado is currently accepting resumes for a Director of Youth/Confirmation to coordinate both Sr. High and Jr. High ministry. Seeks to foster within all young people and those who minister to them a deeper, life-giving relationship with Jesus and the Church. Must be a practicing Catholic who has a passion for teaching his/her Catholic faith and lives a life centered on prayer. Must have an undergraduate degree. Ideal candidate will possess a degree or certificate in Religious Education, Theology, Pastoral Studies, or related field, and have at least two years of experience in a leadership capacity with students in a parish setting. Has high energy, is well-organized, a motivating leader, a self-starter, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and who will have a collaborative spirit with the parish staff, and parents.
Please send resume and inquires to Fr. Ken Koehler at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Fr. Ken Koehler c/o St. Mark Church 3141 W.96th Ave. Westminster, CO 80031
The Director of the Center for Family Life Formation assists the Archbishop in advancing the vision of “One Church: encountering Jesus, equipping disciples, and living mercy.” To move the Archdiocese closer to realizing this vision, the Director’s primary mission is to implement and execute effective strategies to assist parishes and schools in transforming the culture through the Christian family. The incumbent works closely with the other Pastoral Offices of the curia (Evangelization, Schools, Stewardship, and Pastoral Planning) in a team approach in order to foster a unity of vision that is necessary to accomplish the overall mission, which is to make disciples who are sent out as leaven to transform the world.
The Director leads out of a team of passionate missionary disciples who aid parishes, schools, and their leadership in cultivating opportunities for families to encounter Jesus and equip them for the work of serving, in order to build up the body of Christ.
To find out more and to apply go to: https://careers.archomaha.org
Supervisor: Executive Director of Programming and Content
Supports: pastors and their Leadership Teams
Job Status: Full Time (40 hrs./wk., 12 months)
The Amazing Parish is an exciting and growing organization that helps pastors and their leadership teams. We’ve had almost 1,000 parishes attend our conferences in the past 5 years and continue to expand our programs and operations to support parishes around the country. We are looking for someone to join our fast paced, energetic, collaborative, and mission driven team.
Parish Support provides ongoing coaching to pastors and their leadership teams through phone calls and resources. While coaching consists of the majority of the job, in addition to this responsibility, each parish support member will use their unique gifts to help meet the organization’s needs.
Include but not limited to:
- A heart for coaching and teaching others
- The ability to solve problems and work through obstacles
- The ability to start and develop relationships
- The desire to communicate 2-5 hours via phone each day
- Tracking ongoing communication
- Working knowledge of Table Group and Amazing Parish principles (on-site training can be given)
- Parish experience is helpful
The Amazing Parish offers competitive compensation and health benefits.
Interested applicants, please contact Kevin Cotter, Executive Director of Programming and Content at email@example.com.
H.S. Religion Teacher/Coordinator of Spiritual Life
Position Description: Lebanon Catholic School (Pre-K-12) seeks a F/T high school religion teacher for the 2018-2019 school year who will also serve as Coordinator of Spiritual Life.
Experience: 2-3 years preferred
Location: Lebanon, PA
Pay: 12 month salary, health insurance and 501K
Education: Undergraduate degree
Teach 9th, 10th and 11th grade Religion classes
Plan and implement Sacramental and spiritual life programming with the assistance of a committee for all grade levels, faculty and staff
Coordinate high school retreat program
Candidates must be Catholics in good standing, must conduct all activities in line with the teachings of the Catholic faith, and be willing to fully support the mission of our Catholic Church and school. Prior to interview, candidates will need Diocesan approval and a Pastor letter of recommendation. Qualified candidates must have updated clearances upon employment.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field, preference given to
candidates who also have education credits
Experience: Minimum of 3-5 years experience in teaching and experience with high school youth ministry is preferred
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume with references to Mrs. Deb Waters, Principal at
Monday-Friday from 7:20-8am and 2:30-3pm. Must have pleasant personality, pass background check, and attend Safe Environment Training class. This is a great job for retirees who love to meet new people and work around children. Send resume and cover letter to Mr. Nick Blanco, principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Saint Joseph Catholic School, 127 N. Howes St., Fort Collins, CO 80521.
Subjects to be taught include Math, Language Arts and Religion. Candidates must be Catholic and hold a valid teaching license. Middle School teaching experience preferred. Must pass background check and attend Safe Environment Training class. Send resume and cover letter to Mr. Nick Blanco, principal, at email@example.com or mail to Saint Joseph Catholic School, 127 N. Howes St., Fort Collins, CO 80521.
The school receptionist/administrative assistant greets visitors and parents, answers incoming calls, administers medications to students, maintains records and various databases, and provides clerical support to the principal and faculty. Must have pleasant personality and ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Background check and Safe Environment Training certificate required. Send resume and cover letter to Mr. Nick Blanco, principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Saint Joseph Catholic School, 127 N. Howes St., Fort Collins, CO 80521.
The development director is responsible for planning, organizing, implementing and directing all of Saint Joseph Catholic School’s development, including but not limited to a major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events and capital campaigns. The director works closely with the school principal and the development committee of the school board. Click here for further information. Background check and Safe Environment Training certificate required. Send resume and cover letter to Mr. Nick Blanco, principal, at email@example.com or mail to Saint Joseph Catholic School, 127 N. Howes St., Fort Collins, CO 80521.
Looking for the adventure of a lifetime? Are you inspired to share your Catholic Faith with youth? Do you want to learn valuable skills while having a ton of fun? Do you want to serve in a vibrant Catholic community? Want to do all this and more? Please consider becoming a Servant Leadership Team Missionary at Camp Gray Catholic Camp and Retreat Center.
As a Servant Leadership Team (SaLT) Missionary and retreat leader you will plan, prepare, and lead Confirmation, Team Building, and Leadership retreats for groups from churches and schools in the Diocese of Madison and beyond. Missionaries also facilitate groups participating in the Environmental Stewardship Program and are truly the front-lines of our mission here at camp during the school year. We also invite Missionaries to join us as for our summer camp season. Be sure to check out this video about Camp Gray and our year-round programs:
Requirements: The SaLT Missionary must be at least 19 years of age and a high school graduate. College-level education is preferred, and a college degree is desired. Experience or training in working with children is essential. It is very important that the missionary is a person of integrity who is able to serve as a positive role model to youth. To properly support the mission and values of the camp, she/he must be a person of strong personal faith, with a positive relationship with the Catholic Church. As part of the staff faith community, the missionary must be committed to her/his own faith growth, as well has have a willingness to share his/her faith story.
Because each staff member lives and works closely with the members of the camp community, it is important that they be able to collaborate with others, communicate clearly and honestly, and be willing to contribute as community needs change. The incumbent must be, or be willing to be certified in CPR and First Aid, and must have an awareness of the need to care for the environment.
SaLT missionaries receive room and board, A monthly stipend and opportunities for spiritual growth. You will learn valuable skills and have a ton of fun all while gaining the experience and adventure of a lifetime. SaLT Team members staff commit to a 9 month period from late August to mid-May, along with an opportunity to be a part of our summer camp staff.
Title: Director of Campus Ministry
Date of Issuance: January 2018
Profile: A member of the St. Thomas High School faculty seeks ways to teach and model Goodness, Discipline and Knowledge. He/she interacts in a positive and caring way with students by offering academic and personal guidance. Familiarity with the school’s history and traditions is important in order to capture, perpetuate and enhance the school’s spirit and values. He/she is actively involved in the school’s religious life and takes a leadership position in extolling the Catholic and Basilian beliefs of St. Thomas High School.
Role: Responsible coordinating all matters related to the growth of St. Thomas High School as a faith community.
1. Works closely with the Theology Department and other interested teachers to encourage the growth of students as a faith community.
2. Plans and organizes all-school liturgies and group liturgies on special occasions including Christmas Eve Mass.
3. Coordinates the scheduling of priest celebrants for the all-school liturgies and for daily Mass for the School community.
4. Maintains a productive relationship with the faculty, staff and students by communicating with them about campus ministry programs and special projects.
5. Coordinates, organizes and facilitates the student, faculty, parent and other retreat program in light of the mission of the school.
6. Coordinates training of student, faculty/staff and parent retreat team leaders.
7. Plans and facilitates the annual faculty retreat day.
8. Organizes student collections for the poor during Advent and Lent.
9. Is available to faculty, staff, students and families as a resource person and/or counselor.
10. Ensures the sacrament of reconciliation is available on a weekly basis as well as from any priest at any time.
11. Coordinates daily scripture readings, short reflections and prayers each morning on EBN and coordinates refreshing and delivery of Friday afternoon prayer.
12. Prepares the list of Campus Ministry events on an annual basis and seeks approval by the Principal and Assistant Principal. Assures all Campus Ministry events are on the school and meeting room calendars.
13. Responsible for assuring clarity, understanding and practice of the Basilian charism in the wider St. Thomas community.
14. Plans and manages St. Thomas’ Faculty and Staff Faith Formation program.
15. Responsible for the growth and guidance of the St. Thomas Squires organization, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and other campus ministry-led extra-curricular activities.
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in theology, education or related field is preferred.
State of Texas Teacher’s Certification preferred.
Previous experience in directing the efforts of a robust Campus Ministry Program is preferred.
Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills required.
The Director Campus Ministry is an 11-month position requiring approximately 215 days of which 10 are in-service days. The work day is typically 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Some evenings and weekends are required for retreats, masses, programs, etc.
Faculty is encouraged to work with students before and after school and to moderate clubs and organizations that fit their skillset. Other requirements include attendance at evening and weekend events such as Back to School Night, Parent Teacher Conference, National Honor Society Induction, Freshman Registration, Commencement Mass and Ceremony, Open House and school fundraisers. Other duties as assigned.
To apply, go to www.sths.org/careers and complete a Faculty Application. No phone calls please.
St Mark is looking for a person with maturity and skill to join our staff to work with middle and high school students to lead them deeper into their faith, discipleship, and love of Jesus Christ. The youth minister will primarily be responsible for creating, maintaining, and improving upon the Youth Ministry program at St. Mark parish, in accordance with vision of the Pastor.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for all youth ministry activities for 6th – 12th grade
• Coordinate Middle School Youth Group, including preparation for Confirmation.
– Recruit, train and oversee adult volunteer catechists including Safe Environment
– Recruit, train and oversee high school peer leaders, who assist with Middle School
Youth Group, including Safe Environment Training
– Choose and develop curriculum, as needed, and ensure program is meeting national
standards for each grade level.
– Collect and maintain paperwork required and related to the Sacrament of Confirmation
– Facilitate the Confirmation rehearsal
• Coordinate High School Youth Group
– Recruit, train and oversee adult volunteer catechists, including Safe Environment
– Choose and develop curriculum, as needed, and ensure program is meeting national
standards for each grade level..
• Coordinate larger events including, but not limited to:
– Steubenville of the Rockies high school conference
– Middle school conferences
– Any Mission Trips
– Middle School, Confirmation, and High School Retreats
• Plan, advertise, and run various other activities for teens at St. Mark, including spiritual,
social, community building, prayer, retreats, and service.
• Work with the Director of Catechesis to ensure continuity between religious education
programs for all grades
• Oversee the Youth Ministry budget
• Regularly communicate with parents and students about upcoming activities and events
• Attend all staff meetings, prayers days, in-service as required
• Other duties as requested and needed
• A love of the Catholic Faith and a desire to lead young people deeper into their Faith.
An understanding of the relationship between catechesis and evangelization.
• BA in Theology or related field, or relevant experience within the field
• Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights & weekends
• Completion of the Diocesan Safe Environment training and a background check
• Must have good interpersonal skills and familiarity with the Church as an organization
• Must work effectively with and collaborate well with other staff – team player
• Ability to work independently and be self-directed
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Proficient in computer applications needed for effective promotion, communication and
overall job performance.
HOW TO APPLY:
• Email resume, cover letter, and list of 3 references with contact information to:
The Coordinator of Children’s Evangelization and Discipleship is responsible for all aspects of parish catechesis and sacramental preparation for children, supporting parish catechetical programs offered throughout the Archdiocese, including but not limited to Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, family-based catechesis, and traditional models of religious education. Responsibilities will include ensuring that offerings are in keeping with the teachings and mission of the Catholic Church, with a particular emphasis on missionary discipleship. The Coordinator will work in conjunction with the Director of Christian Leadership Development and the overall Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis to assure that all parish catechetical efforts, sacramental preparation and other ministry offerings for children and their families are actively engaged in preaching and teaching the Word of the Lord and drawing those served into a deeper relationship with Christ. The employee is required to convey the Church’s message and to assist in carrying out the Church’s mission. The employee is required to uphold the standards of the Catholic Church in his/her day-to-day work and personal life. All employees are expected to be persons of integrity and must conduct themselves in an honest and open way, free from deception or corruption and in a manner consistent with the discipline and teachings of the Catholic Church. Personnel are expected to follow rules of conduct that will protect the interests and safety of all, including the standards and policies set forth in the Archdiocesan Code of Conduct and other Archdiocesan Policies and Guidelines.
Essential Job Functions
- Develop and promote a vision of discipleship for all children’s formation efforts throughout the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
- Communicate and collaborate with the staff of the Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis
- Maintain open lines of communication with pastors, directors of religious education,
- Catholic school principals and other Archdiocesan staff.
- Develop and maintain Archdiocesan policies for Sacramental preparation for Baptism, first Eucharist, and Confirmation, and assist with the implementation of that preparation at the parish level by providing needed training and resources. Prepare and operate within an approved budget.
- Under the Office of Christian Leadership development, administer the certification process for parish directors of religious education, parish catechists and new Catholic school religion teachers as well as a continuing religious education and spiritual formation process for Catholic school personnel.
- Provide professional in-service and faith formation opportunities for catechetical leaders in schools and parishes. Maintain and update documents related to religious formation programs in the
- Archdiocese and create new documents and develop new programs as needed.
The Coordinator of Young Adult and Campus Evangelization and Discipleship is responsible for all aspects of young adult and college campus ministry efforts throughout the Archdiocese in conjunction with the Director of Youth, Young Adult and Campus Evangelization and Discipleship, as well as the overall Secretariat for Evangelization. A priority will be given to training, resourcing and equipping of parish and campus ministry leaders, with a particular emphasis on missionary discipleship.
The employee is required to convey the Church’s message and to assist in carrying out the Church’s mission. The employee is required to uphold the standards of the Catholic Church in his/her day-to-day work and personal life. All employees are expected to be persons of integrity and must conduct themselves in an honest and open way, free from deception or corruption and in a manner consistent with the discipline and teachings of the Catholic Church. Personnel are expected to follow rules of conduct that will protect the interests and safety of all, including the standards and policies set forth in the Archdiocesan Code of Conduct and other Archdiocesan Policies and Guidelines.
Essential Job Functions
- Develop and promote a vision of discipleship for all college-age students and young adults throughout the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
- Provide consultation, direction, formation and support of Campus and Young Adult Evangelization and Discipleship
- Multiply and expand existing ministry efforts for young adults
- Provide resources for the unique needs of young adults, college students and those serving them
- Support and advocate for the involvement of young people in the life of parishes throughout the Archdiocese
- Collaborate with The Diocese of Tulsa to promote a shared effort of evangelization and discipleship efforts throughout the state of Oklahoma.
- Participate in meetings and events for the departments within the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
- Collaborate with other Archdiocesan departments and community organizations
- Utilize diocesan media resources, both print and electronic, for evangelization and discipleship efforts
- Attend meetings and conferences as representative of the Archdiocese
- Other duties as assigned by department Director
Reports to: Director of Marketing and Sales
Assists: Marketing, Digital, and Sales Teams
Email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Role Summary: Help us in our mission of spreading the Gospel message by:
- Marketing: supporting activities of marketing, digital, and sales teams
- Databases: data entry and maintenance
- Digital newsletters: compiling and sending
- Meetings: arranging, recording, and annotating
- Calendars: updating the integrated marketing communications calendar
- Scheduling: the timely creation of promotional assets and action items
- Filing: ensuring proper filing
- Digitizing: creating digital versions of print promotional pieces
- Good at multitasking simultaneous projects with deadlines
- Detail oriented and accurate; “measure-twice-cut-once” mindset
- Independent Worker who can coordinate their work with others on a Team
- Willing and able to accomplish tasks as assigned by the Director and staff
- Has an Aesthetic eye
Christ the King Parish in Milwaukie, Oregon (Portland metro area), is seeking a full-time Director of Evangelization for Youth & Young Adults to develop and implement a comprehensive outreach to the youth (middle school & high school) and young adults of the parish.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing and providing a total evangelization program, including preparation for Confirmation, for youth (grades 6-12) and young adults, as well as promoting a variety of activities. This position involves some evenings, weekends, and occasional overnight travel.
The ideal candidate is a practicing and evangelizing Catholic, who strives to guide youth and young adults into a deeper relationship with Christ and His Church; demonstrates excellent interpersonal skills and sound judgement in interacting with youth and adults; and is organized, energetic and effective in presenting the Faith in a positive way.
Qualifications: Must be a fully initiated Catholic in good standing. Possess good leadership, communication, organizational, administrative, and management skills; knowledge of adolescent & young adult culture; fluency in current social media practices and platforms; and working knowledge of Microsoft Office; experience in Youth/Young Adult Ministry or related role in the Catholic Church; Bachelor’s degree. (Experience and/or certification equivalent to a degree may be considered.)
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to Monsignor John Cihak (email@example.com) by Augustin 20th.
Date: June 6, 2018
Position Title: Director of Religious Education
Reports To: Director of Parish Formation
Direct Reports: Elementary Faith Formation, Youth Minister, Faith Formation Administrative Assistant,
Receives Work Direction From: Pastor, Director of Parish Formation
Provides Work Direction To: Resource Person To: Volunteers
Full-Time (40+ hours per week) with benefits
Purpose of Position
Direct and supervise parish Catholic Religious Education in accordance with the parish mission. Serve as staff liaison to the Faith Formation Committee.
*Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals, or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to a scandal. It is required that this employee be an active, confirmed, and participating Roman Catholic.
*To be present and ready to work as needed to meet responsibilities. Includes recognizing when situations require more effort, seeking approval to put in more time if needed, satisfying responsibilities in a timely manner, providing an example of punctuality and attendance, and generally ensuring all is ready and taken care of.
Faith Formation Programs
- Manage the parish Faith Formation programs.
- Communicate regularly with the Director of Parish Formation regarding the Faith Formation ministry.
- Coordinate the Faith Formation Ministry Fair.
- Assist Faith Formation staff in recruiting, supporting, training, and motivating catechists.
- Plan, schedule, organize and supervise the annual Parish Retreat.
- Assist Faith Formation volunteers in identifying their gifts and developing leadership skills.
- Recruit, train, support, and appreciate volunteers.
- Serve as staff liaison to the Faith Formation Committee.
- Communicate ministries to the parish and determine effective communication strategies.
Faith Formation Department
- Schedule individual supervisory meetings with each staff member at least once per month.
- Schedule department meetings to ensure consistent communication and collaboration.
- Supervise, educate, support, motivate, and affirm Faith Formation Team members.
- Perform annual staff employment performance reviews in accordance with parish policies.
- Work with the Business Administrator regarding employee concerns to ensure compliance with employment law.
- Work with Director of Parish Formation to integrate Faith Formation programs with the parish mission.
- Coordinate Archdiocesan Safe Environment practices and procedures among Faith Formation staff to ensure that all programs follow Safe Environment guidelines.
- Ensure all Faith Formation volunteers have appropriate background checks, VIRTUS and Volunteer Code of Conduct.
- Prepare and manage Faith Formation budget.
- Work with department staff to ensure facilities and equipment schedules.
- Guide staff to implement program improvements and changes.
- Attend all-staff meetings, including weekly prayer.
- Maintain professional standards through continuing education and involvement in professional Faith Formation associations or organizations.
- Participate in professional growth opportunities as applicable to personal and program needs.
Other responsibilities include those identified as needed by the employee, pastor, and business administrator.
The responsibilities listed above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by staff members assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities and qualifications required of this position. More detailed listings of duties and tasks may be found in other supplemental documents.
- Bachelor’s degree in theology required, Master’s degree preferred
- 6 years’ experience in Catholic faith formation
- Supervisory experience required
- Knowledge and understanding of Catholic teaching
- Able to speak in front of groups
- A complete understanding of the necessity of confidentiality
- Pass Archdiocesan background check and complete VIRTUS
- Proficiently operate a computer, printer and other office equipment
- Communicate and work with others as an effective and active team leader
- Lead staff members in meeting goals and objectives
- Interact with department staff in a respectful way by communicating directly and by following proper channels of communication
- Maintain knowledge of the Catholic faith and effective pastoral care programs
- Organize and prioritize workload to ensure established deadlines are met
- Multi-task to accomplish objectives
- Utilize good people and listening skills
- Follow instructions and accomplish tasks in a timely manner
- Be self-directed and work without supervision
- Answer requests in a timely manner
- Recognize and maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality
- Maintain pleasant and professional manner in person and over the telephone
- Be respectful, courteous and responsive
- Think creatively, make recommendations for improvement and implement new strategies
- Work 40+ hours a week
- Work a varying schedule, including evenings and weekends
- Work at a computer for long periods of time
- Move throughout the building easily and quickly
- Speak, see, hear and respond to staff, parishioners and volunteers in harmony with the Pastor
- Lift and carry up to 20 pounds using proper lifting and carrying techniques
- Operate equipment according to manufacturers’ directions
St. John Neumann Catholic Church, located in Eagan, Minnesota, is large, vibrant suburban parish of 4200 families.
Interested candidates should apply to Mark Joerger (firstname.lastname@example.org). We ask you to include a letter of introduction, resume, and three references.
Good Shepherd Parish on the island of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts is seeking a married couple to work in youth ministry. This is a full time salaried position. The youth minister(s) will be responsible for coordinating the efforts of the parish in providing a comprehensive youth ministry to all young people from the 7th to the 12th grade and post High School/College students on the island. We would like to offer our students every opportunity to experience the life changing power of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The Youth Minister(s) will work under the supervision of the pastor and in collaboration with the leader of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Program.
The applicants must be practicing Catholics, dynamic and faith filled, with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in religious studies, youth ministry, or education.
Please contact Fr. Michael Nagle at 508 878 0331 or email@example.com
Annunciation Heights is a Catholic retreat center located in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. We provide a place and program for youth, young adults, and families to withdraw from a busy culture and come to know and experience a true friendship with Jesus. Our hope is that visitors will return from Annunciation Heights with a greater sense of who God really is, have a better awareness of the reality of His immanent presence in our lives, and gain a more profound personal experience of the power of His grace and the joy of being His follower. Under the patronage of Mary, Undoer of Knots, Annunciation
Heights is a place where the creator of the universe speaks, and is invited to break through in our lives in a new and transformative way!
The Internship Program is the heart and soul of our mission at Annunciation Heights. Its premise is taken from Jesus’ invitation to Peter on the Sea of Galilee. Jesus calls Peter to “PUT OUT INTO THE DEEP and let down your nets for a catch” (Luke 5:4). This call to the deep, Duc in Altum, is based on the idea that, like Peter, we must first entrust ourselves to Christ’s personal call to the deep before we can let down our nets for a catch.
The purpose of the Internship Program is to form the next generation of young adult Catholic leaders and evangelists. Our interns make camp happen! We at Annunciation Heights are devoted to the development of each and every one of our young leaders on a personal, professional, spiritual, and emotional level. We are committed to knowing you, serving you, training you, and loving you as we train you to know, serve, and love others.
The Annunciation Heights Internship Program is a one-year program designed to provide formation for interns while they help to run programs and retreats. Interns will be mentored, trained, and encouraged in serving and leading at the camp.
Programs include the JPII Outdoor Lab, Summer Youth and Family Camps, and various retreats throughout the year. The JPII Outdoor Lab, a primary offering of Annunciation Heights, provides faith and science, leadership, and confirmation retreats for middle school students in the fall and spring semesters. Days will be divided into a combination of prayer and Mass, learning and leading, serving and work assignments – all while living in a dynamic Catholic community at the foot of Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Our team members are teachers and leaders who model and strive to live the faith. They are enthusiastic, fun, hard-working individuals who have a strong desire to share the love of Jesus Christ and be part of our family at Annunciation Heights.
Our year-round program runs from mid-August, 2018 to the beginning of August, 2019.
• JPII Outdoor Lab field instructors for middle school students
• Lead lessons and small groups
• Summer youth and family camp preparation, counseling, and outreach
• Hosting guest groups
• Prepare and give talks and skits
• Lead campfires, ropes challenges, games, hikes
• Camp Work Crew (Kitchen, Housekeeping, and Grounds)
Qualifications & Experience:
• Love of Jesus Christ and the Catholic faith
• Recent college graduate preferred
• Desire and ability to teach and lead groups
• Desire to share faith in retreat type settings
• Physically able and active
• Desire to be part of a team, live in community, and have fun! !
• Training in mission and vision of Annunciation Heights
• Training in the mission and vision of the JPII Outdoor Lab
• Training to run JPII Outdoor Lab school programs
• Daily Mass; Adoration
• Opportunity for confession and spiritual direction
• Opportunity to live and grow in community
• Room and Board
• Monthly stipend
• Opportunity to develop programming for summer camp
Day at a Glance – JPII Outdoor Lab Programs
9am Orienteering Lesson
1pm Hike // Beatitudes Talk and Journal Time
5pm Dinner // Free Time
7pm Astronomy Lesson // Night Solo Walk
9!pm Small Group Night Prayer // Bedtime
Year at a Glance
August – November: Internship Training, JPII Outdoor Lab, guest group hosting
November- February: Rest and recovery, Summer camp preparation, retreats, camp projects
March- May: JPII Outdoor Lab, guest group hosting, summer camp preparation
June and July: Summer Camp, guest group hosting
HOW TO APPLY:
• Email resume and cover letter to: Kyle.Mills@annunciationheights.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
• Send two letters of reference to: Kyle.Mills@annunciationheights.org or email@example.com
• You will then be contacted regarding your application and for a potential interview
•For more information visit: annunciationheights.org and jp2outdoorlab.org
Apply by August 1st.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions!
Holy Family School of Faith Institute
|JOB TITLE:||Instructor – Level IV|
|JOB STATUS:||Full Time|
|TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:||Over 50 miles, some overnight, day and evening|
|SUPERVISOR:||Vice President, HFSOFI, Kansas City, KS|
Our Mission Statement: Equip individuals to be agents of evangelization through ongoing one-on-one discipleship, small gatherings, and large group formation by offering a missionary discipleship training experience called The Movement of the Holy Family.
Holy Family School of Faith Institute (HFSOFI) was established as non-profit, a 501(c)3 organization, and a Public Association of the Christian Faithful under Archbishop Joseph Naumann in 2005.
As a Public Association of the Christian Faithful, we are gifted by the Holy Spirit with graces to carry out our mission in a unique way.
|GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION|
|Holy Family School of Faith Institute (SOF hereafter) Mission Director is responsible for our SOF team in that particular Archdiocese/Diocese. Because our team mission is to evangelize, disciple, catechize and equip other to do the same, the Mission Director must be competent in these areas, as well as have the skill to lead the team to accomplish this mission.
Furthermore, our team is equipped to offer doctrinal and spiritual formation for Catholics through catechetical programs that stress the call to prayer, virtue, and holiness of life, with a particular emphasis on mentoring those who have the responsibility to teach the faith to others. The goal is to an agent of renewal for the culture of Catholic individuals, schools, and parishes. The Mission Director must be able to accomplish this by managing the SOF team mission, as well as fulfill these duties personally.
A SOF Mission Director is a critical part of our team. This person must be able to collaborate with others to develop curriculum for a variety of audiences. This person must also possess good communication and oral presentation skills. The person must be able to use a computer effectively as they typically office off-site. In addition to teaching and small group evangelization training, all members of our team are expected to develop critical relationships to help advance our mission financially, spiritually and organizationally.
|DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES|
The following list reflects general duties and responsibilities for this position and is not exhaustive.
· Live a well ordered and balanced life.
· Daily habit of mental prayer and frequent participation in the sacraments.
· Pursue deeper conversion and growth in virtue.
· Have regular spiritual direction.
· See oneself and act as a team member responsible for the whole of the mission and its activity.
· Participate in mission and curriculum development.
· Provide live intellectual formation.
· Personally invest in and form the team to form disciple makers and spiritual multipliers..
· Foster/develop relationships with people of affluence and influence in the community and invite them to invest in the School of Faith mission by spiritual and financial contributions.
· Basic Organization Skills
· Timely communication expectations include checking email, text or voices messages morning, afternoon and evening and responding within the same day.
· Active communication on all projects across services of the organization.
· Timely response on all action items, including administrative paperwork such as expense reports.
· Maintain a remote office at home conducive to perform your duties and responsibilities. If you are unable to meet this expectation, School of Faith will provide you with a commuting space at the School of Faith home office.
|REQUIREMENTS FOR THE JOB|
Sound foundation of Catholic Faith
Sound foundation of Catholic VirtuesExperience:
3+ years of experience as Discipleship Leader
5+ years of public speaking experience
Advanced degree in Theology
Proven fundraising abilitiesManagement experience
|Leadership and Management skills
Oral Presentation skills
Possess interpersonal skills to engage people in a one-on-one to large group setting.
Catholic Theological Knowledge
Basic Computer Skills
· Your comportment, meaning your physical presence, behavior and demeanor should facilitate your ability to engage with others.
· Must be able to drive oneself and transport necessary presentation tools to each formation location.
We also need each applicant to go to the following link and take this culture index survey:
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Date Last Reviewed:
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POSITION TITLE: Youth Minister (YM) – Full Time or Part Time with transition to Full Time in 1 year
The Youth Minister provides vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to young people from 6th through 12th grades. This includes high school and middle school activities, weekly gatherings, service projects, and sacramental prep support.
• Attend regular staff meetings and participate in staff planning
• Communicate to staff about youth ministry activities and be a resource to staff on youth related issues
• Facilitating the Youth Leadership Team, which is responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating a comprehensive youth ministry program
• Implementing fully the Life Teen/Edge program for both the Jr. High and Senior High Youth Group Programs using the provided resources.
• Coordinating the recruitment, necessary training, supporting, and evaluating of volunteers in the youth ministry program
• Fostering the involvement of young people in the life of the parish, including serving on various parish committees and being involved in parish activities
• Coordinating the outreach and evangelization of all young people in the parish
• Providing appropriate opportunities for parental involvement
• Serving as the liaison with the pastor, parish staff, and the diocesan office of youth ministry and their programs, services and resources
• Prepare annual budget.
Requirements: Education and/or Experience:
• Applicant must be in good standing and committed to being an example of living out our Catholic Faith.
• Any of the following experience or education preferred: Previous Youth Ministry experience, degree in any of the following areas: Theology, Teaching, Religion, Youth Ministry, Child Education, Pastoral Counseling, or any related field applicable to the position will be considered.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills necessary. Strong computer skills and knowledge of social media outlets necessary.
• Ability to solve problems, make sound decisions, and deal with a variety of concrete variables.
• Must consent to background check and complete online Diocesan Safe-Haven Driving & Child Safety programs.
We would like to fill this as a full-time position but will consider part-time (minimum 20 hours per week) with plans of going to full time within a year.
Hourly Wage: $15-$17.50 per hour (30,000-35,000 annually) depending on experience & qualifications. Hours can vary and are flexible.
Benefits package is available based on hours.
St. Monica Church, Edmond, is offering a full-time position for the coordination of children’s formation (K-6th) to work under the Director of Evangelization. Job requires oversight of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and family-based programs. Candidates must be fully practicing Catholics in good standing and passionate about Jesus, the Catholic faith, and forming disciples. Some evenings and weekends required. Bilingual (English & Spanish) capability required. Bachelor’s degree required; theology or ministry degree is a plus. Strong skills in organization, planning and execution of events, technology & social media required. Previous parish-based work experience preferred. Must undergo safe environment background check. Submit resumes to Carrie Harkey: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information call (405) 359-2700.
The Director of Evangelization, Adult Faith Formation and Communications, under the leadership of the Pastor, oversees the parish’s three-fold implementation of the New Evangelization: the continuing formation of the adult faithful as intentional disciples; outreach to non-practicing Catholics; and, the evangelization of those who do not know Christ. He/she ensures that all parish apostolates are done in a missionary key, fostering an encounter with Christ through the Church. He/she employs a variety of media effectively to communicate the Good News of the Gospel as lived in the parish.
Responsibilities for Evangelization and for Adult Faith Formation
- Coordinates implementation of the New Evangelization
- Forms adult parishioners to be missionary disciples
- Manages adult faith formation programs including talks, Scripture study, etc.
- Provides opportunities for formation geared especially to young adults
- Supports small communities of faith
- Coordinates outreach to non-practicing Catholics
- Implements initiatives aimed at primary evangelization
- Fosters pastoral work in a missionary key among all parish apostolates
- Plans, budgets for, and evaluates evangelization agents and programs
Responsibilities for Communications
- Coordinates the content, design, and communication of parish media in support of all parish activities including electronic and print media
- Plans, budgets for, and evaluates media programs
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
- Experience in evangelization, including in the formation of intentional disciples
- Zeal for personal holiness and for the mission of the Church, including faithfulness to the Church’s Magisterium
- Knowledge of Church teaching
- Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
- Proficiency in “old” and “new” media use and design, including relevant software (Adobe Creative Suite, etc.)
- Conversational Spanish desired
Applicants should send cover letter, resume, and three references by September 3, 2018 to email@example.com.
LIGHT, LEAVEN & SALT:
AUGUSTINE INSTITUTE ALUMNI AT WORK IN THE WORLD
The graduates of the Augustine Institute are serving the Church’s mission of evangelization as teachers and school administrators, catechists and parish leaders, deacons and religious sisters, graduate students and homeschooling mothers.
As leaders in apostolates that serve men, women, and youth throughout the United States, they are responding to Christ’s call to be light, leaven, and salt for the world.