Job Postings

Teacher, Sedes Sapientiae School (Boonton, NJ)

Posted: July 13, 2018

Sedes Sapientiae School seeks a well-rounded teacher with the ability and the desire to teach across the curriculum for the 2018-2019 academic year; in particular the candidate would be facilitating courses in Modern History, Theology (Sacraments), Latin (or Greek), and Pre-Calculus.  Classes are small and largely discussion based. Candidate should have at least an undergraduate degree and an understanding of the liberal arts.

Please send letter and resume to Aileen S Coccia at admin@sedessapientiaeschool.org and call Mrs. Coccia @ 973-828-5110.

 


Seton Teaching Fellow

Posted: June 15, 2018

Seton Education Partners Fellowship:

About the Program: The Seton Fellowship is an initiative of Seton Education Partners, participating in its mission to serve underprivileged children and give them the opportunity to develop the knowledge, character, and faith necessary to earn a college degree, pursue lives of value and integrity, and become saints.

About Seton: Seton Education Partners was co-founded in 2009 by KIPP Foundation co-founder Scott Hamilton and Teach For America alumna Stephanie Saroki de García to expand opportunities for traditionally underserved children to receive a Catholic education that builds knowledge, character, and faith. Seton does this by strategically infusing creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, and talented leadership to reverse the widespread decline of urban Catholic education. Seton pioneers new, “break-the-mold” approaches to achieving the academic, character, religious and social justice goals of Catholic education in an economically viable way.

About the position: We’re looking for dynamic, faith-filled leaders who love working with kids, are passionate about serving the poor, and want to help underserved children make it to college and heaven. We’re looking for committed Christians who want to grow spiritually by living in an intentional faith community. We’re looking for tenacious servants who believe every child can learn and grow in virtue, and are ready to develop into great leaders. We’re looking for people who welcome challenges and are eager to lend their talents to making a dramatic difference in the lives of hundreds of children.

The key responsibilities include:

Working at a Great School
• Co-teach or work in Operations at Brilla Charter Schools, a network of high-performing public charter schools in the South Bronx that currently serves almost 700 students in grades K-5, across three different schools. For the 2018-2019 school year, our network will serve students in grades K-6 and continue to grow a grade each year until 8th grade.
Witnessing the Faith
• Live in an intentional Catholic faith community that focuses on growing spiritually and living simply.
• Teach faith and character to children in a unique Catholic extended day enrichment program.
Qualifications and Desired Characteristics
• Faith-filled Catholic who seeks God in all things and is called to serve others.
• Core belief that all children can achieve both moral and academic excellence.
• Relentless, results-oriented achiever who is always looking for a better way to improve outcomes for their students.
• Sense of humor.
• Bachelor’s degree.

Salary & Benefits
Fellows receive housing rent-free and a modest living stipend, so you can enjoy all NYC has to offer.


Associate Director for Governmental Relations (California Catholic Conference)

Posted: June 5, 2018

We are seeking an Associate Director for Governmental Relations to focus on Respect for Life, Family Life and Religious Liberty issues to work as a member of our team at the California Catholic Conference, Inc. the public policy arm of the Bishops of the Catholic Church in California.

This is a full-time position in downtown Sacramento. The Associate reports to the Executive Director.  Deadline for applications is June 14, 2018.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Monitoring legislation, keeping track of legislative calendars, and scanning relevant bills and amendments.
Advocating on legislation by meeting with lawmakers, legislative staff, regulators, allies and opponents to discuss legislative proposals.
Testifying before committees of the legislature and administrative agencies.
Writing legislative alerts, letters, fact sheets reports, briefing memos, and background papers.
Establishing and maintaining an active liaison with other local advocacy groups or other issue related non-profit advocacy organizations.
Researching various issues, federal and state laws, court rulings and regulations.
Assists the Diocesan Respect Life and Family Life Directors in their efforts to establish political advocacy networks.
Provide written information and training occasionally for The Catholic Legislative Network effort.
Exercise budgetary oversight for areas of responsibility and accomplishes administrative tasks and other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree desirable in related field.
Public policy experience preferred.
Strong writing skills, advanced research experience, and the ability to simplify complex policy issues into terms the general public can easily grasp.
Strong verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, a solid work history, and a professional demeanor.
Punctuality and willingness to work until tasks are completed.
Precise attention to detail and deadlines.
Poise, mature judgment and discretion in dealing with confidential information.
Ability to speak and write in Spanish desirable.
Knowledge of Catholic teachings and Catholic in good standing required.
Computer proficiency and knowledge of internet communications and social media.
Job requires valid driver’s license, and ability to move back and forth to nearby office buildings, operate computer and office equipment.
To Apply:  Send cover letter, resumé, short writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to jramirez@cacatholic.org.   No phone calls, please.


Projects & Program Strategist, Office of Life, Justice, and Peace (Archdiocese of Los Angeles)

Posted: May 31, 2018

​POSITION SUMMARY: The Office of Life, Justice and Peace (OLJP) implements the vision of Archbishop Jose Gomez on social issues by offering strategic leadership to parishes and community partners through education, advocacy, prayer and service. OLJP promotes the common good, rooting initiatives in the reality that each person is created by God for relationship with him and in community with others.

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles. With our vast ethnic, cultural and economic diversity is a small manifestation of the universal church. Promoting authentic human development in this context requires a culture of encounter and a transformative commitment to solidarity.

OLJP focuses on the issues of abortion, assisted suicide, death penalty, human trafficking, homelessness poverty, foster care, healthcare, post-abortion healing, religious freedom, and environmental justice within the context of developing an authentic human ecology for the communities of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

The Projects & Program Strategist (PPS) of OLJP is responsible for the development and maintenance of all initiatives of OLJP.

The PPM maintains strategic partnerships with organizations and agencies throughout the Archdiocese to ascertain needs and determine appropriate resources. The PPS works closely with the OLJP team, the Digital team, and the Government Relations team to coordinate efforts as appropriate. The PPS identifies what is necessary for the success of each initiative, creates content, and works closely with the entire OLJP team to manage timelines and resources. The PPS works closely with parishes, schools and other ministries to determine needs and the means by with OLJP can meet them. The PPS coordinates special events and works closely with production and promotion teams in the Archdiocese, in parishes and in the broader community.

The PPS possesses detailed knowledge of all OLJP projects and programs and is dedicated to advocating and advancing these priorities – both within the agencies, parishes and schools of the Archdiocese as well as with the public including government, community and cultural agencies. The PPS operated within the structure if OLJP and works a high degree of independence, initiative and prudence, and adheres to strict professional standards of confidentiality.

For additional details and contact information, please click here.


Siena Academy Montessori School (Great Falls, VA)

Posted: May 21, 2018

Siena Academy has three open positions:

LEVEL 1 CATECHIST, SIENA ACADEMY MONTESSORI SCHOOL. There is a job opening at Siena Academy beginning in August 2018. Candidate must be CGS trained in at least level I. In addition to guiding the children in the atrium, the catechist will also be responsible for maintaining the environment. The catechist must be comfortable stepping into the classroom environment as needed and assisting with other duties in the school such as recess. This role requires collaboration and flexibility working under the direction of the Montessori Directress who will be giving all of the initial presentations in the Atrium. The catechist will work with children in the Atrium re-visiting presentations. The ideal catechist will have a calm, peaceful, and joyful disposition. Resumes can be sent to office@sienamontessori.org

ELEMENTARY GUIDE. SIENA ACADEMY MONTESSORI SCHOOL.

Siena Academy, located at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Great Falls, VA, is accepting applications for the position of Elementary Guide beginning in August 2018.   Candidates must possess an AMI Diploma.  Siena Academy is a Catholic Montessori school.  Position may be part time or full time.  Guide will assume the responsibility for a portion of the students in a well established 6-12 classroom in collaboration with the current Elementary Guide.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Ruth Barwick, Head of School, at  office@sienamontessori.org

ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM ASSISTANT.  SIENA MONTESSORI SCHOOL.
Siena Academy, located at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Great Falls, VA, is accepting applications for the position of Assistant to the Elementary Guide beginning in August 2018.   Siena Academy is a Catholic Montessori school.  Position is full time, M-F.  Candidate does not need previous Montessori experience but should have excellent organizational skills, be capable of handling and prioritizing multiple tasks, love to work with and around children, and would excel at tasks associated with maintaining a classroom work environment.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Ruth Barwick, Head of School, at  office@sienamontessori.org


Religion Teacher, Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception (Oldenburg, IN)

Posted: May 21, 2018

Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception, Inc., a private Franciscan
Catholic co-educational college preparatory high school sponsored by the Sisters of
St. Francis - Oldenburg, is currently seeking a full time Religion teacher for the
2018-2019 school year. Located in the picturesque village of Oldenburg in
southeast Indiana, for 166 years the Academy has served students from across the
tri-state region. With a commitment to academic excellence, social responsibility,
leadership and personal growth in a faith-based environment, OA graduates young
men and women prepared to excel in our ever-changing world. The successful
candidate will be expected to teach religion in an open dialogue atmosphere that is
adaptive, reflective and responsive to our diverse student body. They will be
expected to integrate the Franciscan core values into all courses which are aligned
with the USCCB curricular framework.
Qualifications
Candidate must hold a degree in theology from an accredited institution and be a
practicing Roman Catholic.
Resumes and cover letters directed to: hr@oldenburgacademy.org


Director of Marriage and Family Life (Diocese of Sioux City)

Posted: May 8, 2018

The Diocese of Sioux City is seeking a Catholic in good standing for the position of Director of Marriage and Family Life.  This position provides for the development and support of family ministry and adult formation within the Diocese.  BA in Theology or related field or equivalent experience required; Master’s Degree preferred.  Three or more years work experience in catechesis and evangelization within a parish or Catholic school is preferred.  Previous training and experience relating to marriage preparationbminor@dwc.org., natural family planning, and adult catechesis is expected.  The Diocese offers a competitive compensation/benefits package incl tuition assistance for children enrolled in Diocesan Catholic Schools.  Position remains open until filled.  Send resume, cover letter w/ salary requirements & 3 professional references to:
Margaret Fuentes, Director of Human Resources;
Diocese of Sioux City,
P O Box 3379, Sioux City  IA  51102-3379;
E-mail: margaretf@scdiocese.org; Fax: 712/233-7598


Associate Director, Secretariat of Evangelization and Catechesis (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Posted: May 8, 2018

Must be a practicing Catholic, registered in or regularly attending  a Catholic parish or Catholic faith community, who embraces, upholds and promotes in every aspect of his/her work the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church. At the direction of the Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis and under the supervision and direction of the Executive Director of the Office for Evangelization and Catechesis, the Associate Director assists the Executive Director in providing staff support to the Conference bodies which deal with the issues of evangelization, catechesis, world mission and stewardship, specifically the Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis and, if necessary, the Subcommittee on the Catechism.    Contributes to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference.  Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

Educational Level:  Graduate level, minimum of MA or M. Div.

Major Field/Specialty: Catholic Theology

Foreign Language Requirement: (if any) Working knowledge of Latin and/or Spanish would be beneficial

Other Specialized Training: (word processing, personal computer, knowledge of Catholic Church, etc.)

Knowledge of the Catholic Church and ability to support the bishops on a national level.
Experience in the fields of evangelization and catechesis, and the ability to address issues associated with world mission and stewardship.                     
Specific knowledge and expertise in catechesis and catechetical language. Experience with formation and training of catechists and catechetical leaders.
Knowledge of the General Directory for Catechesis, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the National Directory for Catechesis as well as papal documents and documents of the Conference pertinent to catechesis
Familiarity of and appreciation for catechetical concerns of the US bishops
Working knowledge in several professional disciplines, including the ability to integrate information from a variety of diverse sources, and the ability to work collaboratively with all elements of the staff on a variety of joint tasks and projects.
Working knowledge of technological aspects of office life, including word processing, e-mail communications, etc. Familiarly with modern forms of social media and communication would be helpful.

Type and Nature of Needed Professional Experience:

Experience in administration or other supervisory experience
Experience in evangelization and catechesis on both the parish and the diocesan level
Experience as an evangelist, teacher and/or catechist of the Catholic Faith
Writing and editing skills
Demonstrable commitment to sound and effective catechesis
Experience in Church systems and structures
Ability to deal with confidential and sensitive communications
Excellent speaking and writing skills

Number ofYears Required: A minimum of 7 years or related experience.


Executive Director, Evangelization and Catechesis (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Posted: May 8, 2018

At the direction of the Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis and under the supervision of the General Secretariat, the Executive Director of the Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis assists the bishops and directs the staffing of the Conference bodies which deal with issues of evangelization, catechesis, world mission and stewardship, specifically the Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis and the Subcommittee to Oversee the Use of the Catechism.  The Executive Director is a practicing Catholic, registered in a Catholic parish or regularly attending a Catholic parish or Catholic faith community, who embraces, upholds and promotes in every aspect of his/her work the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church.  The Executive Director supervises staff members of the Secretariat and promotes and implements the strategic plan of the bishops for the Conference. The Executive Director demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with Catholic identity.

Requirements:
Educational Level:  Graduate level, minimum of an M.A. or M. Div.
Major Field/Specialty: Catholic Theology
Foreign Language Requirement (if any): Working knowledge of Latin. Knowledge of Spanish would be beneficial

Other Specialized Training:
• Knowledge of the Catholic Church and its teaching; Catholic priest preferred.
• Experience in the fields of evangelization and catechesis, and the ability to address issues associated with world mission and stewardship.                     
• Knowledge of catechesis and catechetical language
• Knowledge of the General Directory for Catechesis, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the National Directory for Catechesis as well as papal documents and documents of the Conference pertinent to catechesis
• Familiarity of and appreciation for catechetical concerns of the US bishops
• Working knowledge in several professional disciplines, including the ability to integrate information from a variety of diverse sources, and the ability to work collaboratively with all elements of the staff on a variety of joint tasks and projects
• Working knowledge of technological aspects of office life, including word processing, e-mail communications, and so on.

Type and Nature of Needed Professional Experience:
• Excellent speaking and writing skills
• Experience in evangelization and catechesis on both the parish and the diocesan level; previous experience at a national level desirable but not absolutely required.
• Experience as a teacher or catechist of the Catholic Faith
• Writing and editing skills
• Demonstrable commitment to sound and effective catechesis
• Experience in Church systems and structures
• Ability to deal with confidential and sensitive communications
• Experience in administration on an executive level, either diocesan or other supervisory experience

Number of Years Required: At least ten years related work experience

To apply, please click here.


Formation Associate for Marriage and Family Life Ministries (Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston)

Posted: May 8, 2018

The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston is hiring a Formation Associate for Marriage and Family Life Ministries. This position will provide pastoral care and leadership across a range of existing ministries to engaged couples and families within West Virginia. The successful candidate will also develop new partnerships and programming with parishes and other entities, and coordinate initiatives to support families facing issues of human dignity and vulnerability. In light of the vital role of families in passing on the faith, the Formation Associate also will work closely with other members of the Department of Formation & Mission on matters relating to parish catechesis, sacramental preparation, and adult faith formation.

Specifically, the Formation Associate will plan and oversee the preparation of couples for marriage, develop and coordinate formation opportunities for couples and for families, devote considerable attention to supporting families dealing with a variety of domestic issues related to human dignity and vulnerability, advise the Department Director on how to best incorporate the spirit of Amoris Laetitia into Diocesan initiatives, and provide couples with access to natural family planning training opportunities.
Master’s degree in theology, religious education, pastoral ministry or related field is required, along with at least three years professional experience in ministries relating to marriage and family life. The successful candidate must be a practicing Catholic in good standing, have knowledge and understanding of Catholic Church doctrine and the ability to work collaboratively with others. Moderate travel required. Send resume and three professional references to: Bryan Minor, Executive Director of Human Resources and Advancement: bminor@dwc.org. Applications close May 18, 2018.


Marin Catholic High School

Posted April 20, 2018

https://www.marincatholic.org/page

Teaching Positions
• PERFORMING ARTS - DRAMA
• PERFORMING ARTS - MUSICAL
• PHYSICS TEACHER
• SPANISH TEACHER
• THEOLOGY TEACHER

Staff Positions
• CAMPUS MINISTRY ASSOCIATE – MUSIC & RETREAT SUPPORT (FULL-TIME)
• COUNSELOR
• DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING
 


Coordinator of Sacramental Formation (Archdiocese of Baltimore)

Re-posted: April 5, 2018

The Archdiocese is actively seeking candidates for the role of Coordinator of Sacramental Formation.

In this Department of Evangelization role, you will serve as a primary resource regarding the liturgical and sacramental life of the Church. Working with the Director of Worship, you will foster the “missionary conversion” (Pope Francis, The Joy of the Gospel) of parish-based sacramental formation. Within this role, you will work with parishes to provide sacramental catechesis for Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, and Anointing of the Sick. Lastly, you’ll be a much needed resource for parish leadership on the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.

You are a great candidate if you:
• possess a Master’s degree in sacramental theology or a related field
• are a person with demonstrated fidelity to Catholic teaching and have a mature understanding of the Church’s sacramental teachings and theology
• have a proven ability to implement sacramental formation programs and possess experience in and understanding of sacramental catechesis
• have experience and understanding of the RCIA, including adaptations for children and other special circumstances
• have at least three years of experience in sacramental and/or catechetical ministry

If you believe that you possess the skills, talent and aptitude to be a part of this vital ministry, come join our team!  In addition to our many benefits such as health insurance and a flexible work schedule, we offer a welcoming environment where Christ is central in all that we do!

To apply, please click here.


Director of University Ministry, University of St. Francis (Joliet, IL)

Posted: April 5, 2018

USF believes University Ministry is one of the important ways the Church exercises her mission in higher education by promoting theological study and spiritual reflection gathering the community for prayer, liturgy and learning. The Director of University Ministry is responsible for the total University Ministry operations and committed to living out the mission of the university with a particular emphasis on Social Justice and Service. Manages, directs and empowers the entire University Ministry team, including the Assistant Director, Peer Ministers, work-study students and volunteers in proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ and walking with those searching to deepen their relationship with God. This role is a key voice for articulating USF's Catholic Franciscan mission and values to the students.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Work under the aegis of the approved Mission Statement and Charism of the University of St. Francis
• Assure that the pastoral and spiritual needs of the university community are being addressed
• Integrate all activities to be grounded in the Catholic teachings and a witness to Franciscan Tradition
• Supervise Assistant Director and Peer Ministers and collaborate with University Chaplain in providing necessary organization in implementing the university 'Cornerstone Programs' for each academic year:
1. Religious Programming
2. Community Service
3. Values Education
4. Community Building
• Provide necessary direction regarding 'Service' by designing programs for the understanding of 'Peace Making' both on campus and at off-campus sites
• Assist the Vice-President of Mission Integration and Ministry in coordinating symposiums on issues of Ethics, Women in the Church, Peace and Justice, the church's teachings on Social Justice documents, and student needs of the university
• Responsible for maintaining a Social Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation component for the University Ministry Program with a special focus on mission trips during fall and spring breaks
• Assist University Chaplain for the celebration of the sacraments, all university liturgies and para liturgies
• Arrange events and programs of interest to the student body and invite speakers to address these topics
• Collaborate with the Office of Student Affairs, Alumni Affairs, and Admissions including during Freshman and Transfer orientation
• Coordinate the Francis and Clare week activities in the first week of October
• Maintain all aspects of the St. Joseph campus chapel (including weddings)
• Manage University Ministry budget
• Prepare reports for the Board of Trustees on the state of the department, track and assess Ministry programming
• Actively participate in the Catholic Franciscan Charism Council
• Liaison between University Ministry and Diocese of Joliet, especially regarding mission trips (Bolivia)
• Participate in and promote a culture of continuing quality improvement
• Other duties as assigned

For additional details, please click here.


Associate Director, Office for Marriage & Family Life (Archdiocese of Cincinnati)

Posted: April 4, 2018

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Form parish staffs and leadership teams to confront the pornography epidemic by understanding causes, effects, usage and addiction.
• Provide intervention and accompaniment opportunities for lay leaders suffering from the wounds of pornography through a holistic approach to healing.
• Provide prevention resources strategies and access to web resources to help individuals and families to protect themselves from exposure and the effects of pornography.
• Work closely with pastors to empower lay leadership to effectively proclaim the Gospel in a pornified culture and provide opportunities for healing.
• Publish and maintain a comprehensive website with resources for prevention, healing, and education.
• Collaborate with Office Directors on the regular review of Archdiocese of Cincinnati policy and structures to protect against porn use.
• Collaborate with offices and ministries across the Archdiocese to ensure best practices for prevention and restoration.
• Make recommendations for and assist in developing educational content in conjunction with sacramental prep.
• Develop educational content for school administration and parent info sessions.
• Work with office staff to evaluate Catholic school programs and Religious Education curriculum on pornography prevention / healing.
• Work with Seminary staff to evaluate seminarian formation on pornography prevention and healing and pastoral counsel for pornography addiction.
• Develop a network of priests and counselors adequately trained to counsel those addicted to pornography and their spouses.
• Hold regular workshops and intensive retreats for clergy training.
• Attend Archdiocese of Cincinnati required meetings.
• Assist Archdiocesan colleagues as needed.
• Answer direct phone calls and emails regarding anti-pornography initiative.
• Assist and cooperate with other archdiocesan offices in matters pertaining to the anti-pornography initiative.
• Frequently requires evening and weekend work.
• Other duties as assigned
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Theology or Pastoral Studies.
• Should have the ability to make engaging presentations that invite conversion and have the ability to accompany and form lay leaders in parishes and schools.
• Communication, organization, administration, and writing skills are essential.
• Must display demonstrated ability to influence and lead others, including those who do not report to them.
THIS POSITION IS: Full Time, 35 hours per week
*Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and VIRTUS requirements.
TO APPLY: Send resume, cover letter and application to:
Department of Human Resources
Archdiocese of Cincinnati
100 E. Eighth St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202 humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org


Associate Director for Young Adult Ministry & Catholic Social Doctrine (Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend)

Posted: March 28, 2018

This position provides support for and collaboration with the Director for Young Adult & Campus Ministry and with the Director for Catholic Social Doctrine, the Gospel of Life and Integral Human Development.
Essential Functions/Job Responsibilities:
• Furthers the mission of the secretariat in the evangelization of young adults (including college/university students), with a secondary focus on promoting Catholic Social Doctrine, the Gospel of Life and Integral Human Development.
• Primary responsibility is to provide support in the Fort Wayne area of the diocese to the Director for Young Adult & Campus Ministry in reaching out to young adults in both evangelization efforts and in their ongoing formation as missionary disciples. These would involve evening formation programs, retreats, mentoring and World Youth Day and similar events.
• Secondary responsibility is to provide support in the Fort Wayne area of the diocese to the Director for Catholic Social Doctrine, the Gospel of Life and Integral Human Development in reaching out to parishes and assisting them in promoting these areas, as well as assisting the Director in the work of Catholic Relief Services and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.
• Assists with particular tasks or initiatives within the Secretariat as directed by the Secretary.

Specific Job Skills/Qualifications
• Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Proficiency in MS Office and basic website maintenance skills
• Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize responsibilities
• Well-developed interpersonal skills
• Ability to collaborate and maintain excellent working relationships with diocesan and parish leaders
• Critical thinking-ability to evaluate relevant information, recognize potential issues for concern, recognize alternatives, and reach logical conclusions
• Ability to take initiative, work independently, and must be able to meet deadlines for work projects.
• Ability to maintain confidential information
• Fluency in both English and Spanish preferred
Education/Preferred Work Experience
• Bachelor’s Degree required; M.Div. or MTS preferred.

To apply, email Fred Everett at feverett@diocesefwsb.org a resume, cover letter, and application by April 11. (For an application, Click Here).   For questions, contact Fred Everett at 574-234-0687.


Executive Director, Secretariat of Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Posted: March 28, 2018

The Executive Director oversees the work of the Secretariat, exercising leadership for the fulfillment of its mandate and assuring quality staffing of the Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life, and Youth.  The Executive Director represents the Conference and the Committee in public forums, thereby bringing the bishops into dialogue with large segments of the Catholic Community in the United States and abroad.  The Executive Director is a practicing Catholic, registered in a Catholic parish or regularly attending a Catholic parish or Catholic faith community, who embraces, upholds and promotes in every aspect of his/her work the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church.   The Executive Director contributes to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference and demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

Requirements:

Educational Level:  Master’s Degree required

Major Field/Specialty: theology, pastoral ministry; education, social sciences or the humanities could serve if significant theological training were included      

Foreign Language Requirement (if any): Spanish, Italian, French helpful but not required

Other Specialized Training: (i.e. word processing, personal computer, knowledge of Catholic Church, etc.)

Computer skills, communications skills (writing and public speaking), organizational planning and supervision;
Extensive knowledge of and commitment to the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church.

Type and Nature of Professional Experience:

Workshop/conference design and leadership, and a writing portfolio are required.
Experience in conducting public meetings, developing and supervising budgets and staff is necessary, as well as an understanding of the importance of ecumenical dialogue and cultural diversity.

Number of Years Required:  10 years of church-related experience

To apply, please click here.


Policy Advisor, Promotion and Defense of Marriage (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Posted: March 28, 2018

As staff to the Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage, the Policy Advisor for Marriage and Family has the responsibility to help establish and implement policies and programs dealing with issues of promotion and protection of marriage with a special emphasis on public policy and advocacysafeguarding marriage between one man and one woman and related matters regarding human sexuality. The Policy Advisor is directly responsible to the Associate Director, in consult with the Executive Director as necessary, in all such matters.   Contributes to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference.  Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with it Catholic identity.

Requirements:

Educational Level:  Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.

Major Field/Specialty: Public policy, theology, law.

Other Specialized Training: (i.e. word processing, personal computer, knowledge of Catholic Church, etc.)

A sound understanding of Catholic teaching, church structures, and practices.
Public policy experience and knowledge of assigned policy area and related areas.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Proficiency in technological aspects of office life, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, e-mail, Internet, etc.

Type and Nature of Professional Experience:

Experience with legislative process.
Public policy development and advocacy on life and dignity, marriage and family issues or related areas.
Problem solving and articulating complex situations persuasively.
Following established policies and procedures.
Effectively collaborating with peers, colleagues and others to achieve mission goals and objectives.

Number of Years Required:5-6 years of related work experience.

To apply, please click here.


Montessori Primary Aide, Saint Jerome Academy (Hyattsville, MD)

Posted: March 12, 2018

The Montessori Program at Saint Jerome Academy seeks a full-time aide for our Primary Montessori Room to begin Fall 2018. Founded in 2013, our fully-enrolled Montessori Program provides the opportunity for young children to flourish in our beautiful Montessori environments. We are an Archdiocese of Washington School dedicated to imparting the fullness of the Catholic faith and offering educational excellence. Our Primary Montessori rooms are prepared for children ages three to six.

The Montessori Aide will assist the lead Primary Montessori teacher, will supervise the children during outside time, and will participate in professional development.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, benefits available

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from accredited university, AMI Diploma: Primary Montessori Studies (not required but recommended), Certification from the Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (not required but recommended). (Please note: Candidates without AMI diploma or CGS Certification are still encouraged to apply.)

Interested candidates may send resume to Andrea DeLee, Montessori Program Director,andreadelee@stjeromes.org.


Catholic Philanthropic Advisor (Archdiocese of Indianapolis)

Posted: February 5, 2018

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a Catholic Philanthropic Advisor who will be responsible for securing planned gifts and increasing endowment gifts to the Catholic Community Foundation to support ministries of the archdiocese while also seeking opportunities to discuss annual giving priorities. This position reports to the Director of the Catholic Community Foundation. The Advisor will work closely with the Director to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward planned gift and endowment donors while assisting archdiocesan ministries - parishes, Catholic schools, and other Catholic agencies - and professional advisors (attorneys, accountants, financial advisors and insurance professionals) to encourage and secure planned and endowment gifts.  The Advisor is a key member of the Catholic Community Foundation team and will assist Catholics in growing their understanding of living their faith through stewardship – seeing all as a gift from God and responding in gratitude by generously sharing one’s gifts with others. The Catholic Philanthropic Advisor will also work closely with the Legacy Society’s donors, Catholic Community Foundation Parish Liaisons, pastors, funeral homes, high schools and agencies to advance planned and legacy giving. 

The position requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field, and an advanced degree or certificate is preferred. Three or more years of experience in the field is preferred, including fundraising and/or development activities, institutional financial services management or sales, and/or estate or charitable planning. The ability to initiate conversations and interact effectively with professional advisors, donors and prospective donors in representing the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, its ministries and the Foundation is essential. Applicants should be able to effectively interact with large groups of individuals from various professions and backgrounds and enjoy working on an energetic team who believes that giving is a ministry. Excellent computer skills, especially in Word, Excel, Outlook, and relational database programs such as Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge are required. Candidates should be professed and practicing Catholics with the ability to effectively integrate their faith with their profession and to passionately promote a culture of stewardship that includes planned and legacy giving. The ability to communicate effectively in both English and Spanish is preferred.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:
Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org


Diocesan Coordinator for Marriage and Family Life (Diocese of Scranton)

Posted: November 21, 2017

The Diocesan Office for Parish Life is responsible the implementation of the diocesan bishop’s Pastoral Vision for the Church of Scranton, which focuses on servant-leadership and providing assistance to parishes in the areas of Word, Worship, Community and Service. The Diocese is seeking an experienced and skilled individual for the position of Diocesan Coordinator for Marriage and Family Life. This position promotes a positive, healthy approach to marriage and
family life in keeping with Catholic Christian tradition. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, presenting and directing the Diocesan marriage preparation and enrichment programs.
Applicants are encouraged to visit the Diocesan website at www.dioceseofscranton.org
to review a more comprehensive job description for this position. In order to apply, please send a letter of interest with
salary requirements and a complete resume with references by December 8, 2017 to: James Burke, Diocesan Secretary for Human Resources, 300 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, PA. 18503 or by email to .Jim-Burke@dioceseofscranton.org


Family Life Consultant (Archdiocese of Boston)

Posted: November 21, 2017

The Office of Lifelong Faith Formation & Parish Support is seeking a Family Life Consultant who will assist the Director of Family Life and Ecclesial Movements in the archdiocesan efforts to offer support, training, formation and resources for parishes in marriage ministries, natural family planning, separated and divorce ministry.

Other responsibilities include assisting with the support of ecclesial movements, as well as collaborating with other ministry area teams in the Office of Lifelong Faith Formation and Parish Support to support and advance the Archdiocesan Pastoral Plan, Disciples in Mission.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborates with the Director in the overall mission of the Office of Lifelong Faith Formation and Parish Support.
  • Engage pastors, pastoral teams, and pastoral councils.
  • Research and help parishes implement best practices for Family Life Ministry.
  • Facilitate programs, workshops, webinars and events, including Transformed in Love team trainings and programs for engaged couples, Baptismal Preparation team training, Divorced and Separated Team Trainings, 25th & 50th Wedding Anniversary Mass, etc. 

  • Assist with the collection of data and observance of trends associated with the ministry of marriage preparation.
  • Other duties as may be assigned.

For additional details and to apply, please click here.


Senior Advisor on Gender & Inclusion, World Vision International (Washington, DC)

Posted: November 17, 2017

The Senior Advisor, Gender and Inclusion will provide strategic leadership to World Vision’s work to deepen our commitment to the most vulnerable children (Strategic Initiative 1.1 of Our Promise 2030). She will lead gender equality and inclusion of the most vulnerable children across the strategy, programming, policy and grant acquisition domains of our work. The position will enable World Vision’s (WV) strategies, policies and programming around the world to effectively integrate gender equality and inclusion of the most vulnerable (with emphasis on girls and boys with disabilities), and drive quality, innovation and results. In line with the WV Partnership Strategy, it will have a special emphasis on effective responses to the vulnerability of girls and boys in fragile contexts. This role will build WV’s reputation as a practice leader in these areas in close coordination with the Child Protection and Participation team.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Global strategic leadership for integrating the cross cutting work of gender equality and inclusion across all areas of WV’s work.

Global technical leadership to effectively integrate/mainstream gender equality and inclusion of the most vulnerable as a core part of all aspects of WV ministry including Disaster Management, Advocacy, Transformational Development (TD) and Sector and Thematic areas improving quality, innovation and results.

Global leadership to the technical networks on gender equality and inclusion, fostering an effective community of practice that is valued by its members and engaged through strategic communication tools.

Co-ordinate World Vision representation in relevant academic, policy, advocacy and practitioner conferences and forums to raise our profile and contribute to the development discourse.

Additional details are available here.


Director of Marriage and Family Life (Archdiocese of Oklahoma City)

Posted: October 25, 2017

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a full-time director of marriage and family life ministry. This position will include direct leadership of all archdiocesan marriage and family life efforts, with oversight of marriage preparation, marriage enrichment and various support services to families, including single parents and the divorced. Bachelor’s degree in theology or marriage and family life required; master’s degree preferred. Previous experience in leading family life ministry on the diocesan and/or parish level a must. Significant background with leadership training and ministry formation highly desired. Bilingual in Spanish a plus. Send inquiries and resumes to nlargent@archokc.org.


Campus Chapter Assistant, Thomistic Institute (Washington, DC)

We're currently accepting applications for a Campus Chapter Assistant to help with the organization and media advertising of Thomistic Institute campus chapter programs, as well as the planning and execution of some academic conferences and special events.

The Campus Chapter Assistant of the Thomistic Institute would work with and under the direction of the Director of the Institute, as well as the Campus Chapter Coordinator.

Requirements
• Applicants should be highly organized, clear in their communication skills, capable of responding aptly and regularly to time-sensitive requests.
• They should have organizational and clerical skills that will allow them to meet the above-mentioned goals.
• Applicants should be familiar with Word, Excel, and be capable of basic blog/website maintenance.
• They should have graphic design capabilities and willingness to learn about new media platforms.
• Applicants should have an interest in or some familiarity with the Thomistic tradition or with the Catholic intellectual tradition more generally. Since the employee represents the Institution in settings on university campuses, he or she should be a practicing Catholic in good standing.

Responsibilities
 • Planning, preparation and coordination of events of the Institute on college campuses and in other locations of the Eastern Province Dominicans, in coordination with the Dominican friars in those locations.
• Developing advertising: posters, media postings, work with video and podcast materials.
• Attending events in Washington, and travel and administration of off-site events (New York, New Haven, and elsewhere).
• Assisting with the administrative work of the Institute, overseeing the Institute's website (with some assistance from others), and handling administrative correspondence related to the campus chapters.

Applicants should send a CV to the director, Fr. Thomas Joseph White, OP, at tjwhite@dhs.edu


Coordinator of Sacramental Formation (Archdiocese of Baltimore)

Posted: October 24, 2017

The Archdiocese is actively seeking candidates for the role of Coordinator of Sacramental Formation. 

In this Department of Evangelization role, you will serve as a primary resource regarding the liturgical and sacramental life of the Church. Working with the Director of Worship, you will foster the “missionary conversion” (Pope Francis, The Joy of the Gospel) of parish-based sacramental formation. Within this role, you will work with parishes to provide sacramental catechesis for Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, and Anointing of the Sick. Lastly, you’ll be a much needed resource for parish leadership on the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.

You are a great candidate if you:
• possess a Master’s degree in sacramental theology or a related field
• are a person with demonstrated fidelity to Catholic teaching and have a mature understanding of the Church’s sacramental teachings and theology
• have a proven ability to implement sacramental formation programs and possess experience in and understanding of sacramental catechesis
• have experience and understanding of the RCIA, including adaptations for children and other special circumstances
• have at least three years of experience in sacramental and/or catechetical ministry

If you believe that you possess the skills, talent and aptitude to be a part of this vital ministry, come join our team!  In addition to our many benefits such as health insurance and a flexible work schedule, we offer a welcoming environment where Christ is central in all that we do!

To apply, please click here.


Program Associate, Secretariat of Pro Life Activities (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Posted: October 24, 2017

The Program Associate is a practicing Catholic who embraces and promotes, in every aspect of his/her work, the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Program Associate staffs the USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities and is responsible for cultivating and maintaining the relationship of the Secretariat with the bishop-appointed diocesan directors throughout the United States through regular correspondence, planning of major conferences, events and trainings, and coordinating meetings and logistics. The Program Associate also coordinates two Directors' Only Websites, all communications with state Catholic conference directors and staff, as well as the practical details necessary for meetings of the Bishops' Working Groups and administrative and developmental support to other professional staff. Contributes to the Bishops' strategic plan for the Conference. Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

Requirements:
Undergraduate degree or equivalent required. In the major field of Business, Communications, Theology, Bioethics. Experience in Spanish helpful, but not required. A minimum of 2-3 years related work experience.

Other Specialized Training:
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, and Excel) and online communications tools
(Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.).
• Ability to assist/conduct research projects.
• Strong speaking, writing, editing skills, including demonstrated experience producing clear and concise materials.
• Strong organization and time management skills that enable the ability to prioritize and manage a high volume of detailed work with conflicting priorities in a fast-paced environment.
Experience/familiarity working with pro-life groups or organizations and knowing how they communicate.
• Experience using social media in an organizational environment.
• Awareness of and understanding of Catholic Church theology, structure and hierarchy.
• Awareness of major life-related issues facing the church in the U.S.
• Familiarity with web content management systems helpful.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality and show prudence in handling sensitive information.
• Ability to follow established policies and procedures and work.
• Team player attitude and experience working collaboratively with peers, colleagues and others to achieve mission goals and objectives.

To apply please visit the USCCB career website.


Director of Marriage and Family Life (Archdiocese of Seattle)

Re-posted: October 4, 2017

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.

GENERAL INTRODUCTION:
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.

For a full job description and to apply, please click here.


Coordinator, Human Life and Dignity (Archdiocese of Indianapolis)

Posted: September 27, 2017

The Coordinator of the Office of Human Life and Dignity assists the Archbishop, pastors and parishes of the Archdiocese by providing programs and activities supporting the sanctity of human life.  In this capacity, the position provides service, support, and resources for public education, prayer, pastoral care, and public policy.  The ministries of this office are committed to protecting the dignity of every person from conception through natural death.  Programs include Birthline (assistance to pregnant women), Project Rachel (post-abortion healing), health ministries, and Pro-Life activities.

The qualified candidate is a professed and practicing Roman Catholic who can clearly and accurately articulate the teachings of the Church with respect to the sanctity of human life. A bachelor’s degree in theology or a related field is required, and a master’s degree is preferred.  Applicants should have at least 3 years of paid or volunteer experience in a parish or Catholic agency serving as a Respect Life Coordinator or an equivalent position.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org


Coordinator of Marriage Preparation (Archdiocese of Cincinnati)

Posted: September 26, 3017

The Coordinator of Marriage Preparation assists the Office for Marriage & Family Life in preparing engaged couples for marriage.  This includes organizing and facilitating the Archdiocesan Marriage Preparation classes, as well as recruiting, training, and supporting presenters.  The Coordinator of Marriage Preparation will also network with parishes to develop mentor couple & marriage preparation initiatives; coordinates and facilitates all aspects of Archdiocesan engaged retreat days (approx. 20 Saturdays per year)

The Coordinator of Marriage Preparation requires a Bachelor’s degree in Theology or Pastoral Studies.  The Coordinator should be familiar with St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body and have an ability to clearly and pastorally articulate the Church’s beautiful teaching on married love.  Organization, administration, and writing skills are essential.

To apply send a Letter of Interest, resume and Application for Employment to the Department of Human Resources, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or email to: Humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org.  Application deadline is October 31, 2017.


Director of Faith Formation, St. Philip Institute of Catechesis and Evangelization (Diocese of Tyler, TX)

Posted: September 18, 2017

The Director of Faith Formation will work as part of a team of directors at the St. Philip Institute of Catechesis and Evangelization, a new teaching institute formed by the ordinary of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, Bishop Joseph Strickland, and supervised by the Institute’s Executive Director, Dr. David Tamisiea. The Director of Faith Formation is charged with revitalizing faith formation in the Diocese of Tyler by building on the good work of catechesis already being done in the Diocese and making it even better. The Director will assess, implement, and oversee faith formation programs in the parishes, encompassing religious education of children, sacramental preparation, RCIA, and ongoing adult faith formation. The Director will also help develop an outstanding catechist formation and certification program for the Diocese, which will entail organizing classes in the six deaneries of the Diocese and working with the diocesan media communications department to develop online religious instruction for the catechists on the Institute’s website. The Director at a later stage in the Institute’s development will also help organize and supervise regional, deanery-level catechists, to assist in carrying out the teaching mission throughout the Diocese.

The ideal candidate for Director of Faith Formation is a devout Catholic who is faithful to the Magisterium of the Church and committed to teaching the Catholic faith in all its breadth and depth, beauty and rigor. This person must be well-formed theologically, having attained a masters degree or higher in theology or a related discipline. The candidate should be bilingual in English and Spanish, and must have some prior experience in faith formation at the parish and/or diocesan level. The candidate should also demonstrate an ability to manage and direct catechists.

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