Job Postings

Head of School, Siena Academy (Great Falls, VA)

Posted: March 15, 2019

Siena Academy, a Catholic Montessori School in Great Falls, Virginia has an opening for a Head of School starting July for the 2019-20 school year. If an interested candidate does not meet all requirements, please email office@sienamontessori.org. See more here:

 

https://www.arlingtondiocese.org/Catholic-Schools/Siena-Ad.pdf


Director of Faith Formation for Young Adult and Youth Ministry (Diocese of Erie, PA)

Posted: March 1, 2019

The Diocese of Erie is seeking an energetic and faith-driven leader with a passion for young adults and youth to serve as the Director of Faith Formation for Young Adult and Youth Ministry in its newly created Faith Formation Office. He/she will be a part of the ongoing development of a collaborative vision for lifelong faith formation in the Diocese of Erie. He/she will report to the Executive Director of Faith Formation.
The successful candidate will:
• Demonstrate a strong commitment to faith formation to young adults and youth.
• Be visionary and forward-looking and utilize a variety of platforms to connect with young adults and youth.
• Relate well to young adults, youth, youth ministers and clergy alike.
• Promote a comprehensive approach to youth and young adult ministry in the diocese utilizing the U.S. Bishop’s documents, Renewing the Vision, Sons and Daughters of the Light, and Empowered by the Spirit.
Required qualifications include:
• Master’s degree in theology, pastoral ministry or related field.
• Minimum of five (5) years of experience in related field with demonstrated leadership responsibility.
• Passion for working with youth and young adults and an understanding of the developmental stages of middle school and high school youth and young adults.
• Demonstrated ability to be self-directed in work habits.
• Must be practicing Catholic in good standing.

Please click here for more information.


Director of Faith Formation for Marriage and Family Life (Diocese of Erie, PA)

Posted: March 1, 2019

The Diocese of Erie is seeking an energetic and faith-driven leader with a passion for faith formation across the lifespan to serve as the Director of Faith Formation for Marriage and Family Life in its newly created Faith Formation Office. He/she will be a part of the ongoing development of a collaborative vision for lifelong faith formation in the Diocese of Erie. He/she will report to the Executive Director of Faith Formation. 
The successful candidate will:
• Demonstrate a strong commitment to faith formation across the lifespan.
• Be visionary and forward-looking and utilize multi-generational faith formation opportunities.
• Relate well to lay, clergy and parishioners alike.
• Provide mentoring and leadership to lay volunteers.
Required qualifications include:
• Master’s degree in theology, marriage and family ministry, religious studies, pastoral ministry or related field.
• Minimum of five (5) years of experience in pastoral, therapeutic or human service field with demonstrated leadership responsibility.
• Working knowledge of Marriage Preparation programs (Pre-Cana, Nova, and Engagement Encounter), as well as FOCCUS instrument.
• Demonstrated ability to be self-directed in work habits.
• Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing.

Please click here for more information.


Executive Director, The GIVEN Institute (Washington, DC)

Posted: February 25, 2019

The GIVEN Institute (“GIVEN”) is a not-for-profit organization located in Washington, D.C. dedicated to activating the gifts of young adult women for the Catholic Church and the world. GIVEN’s mission is to inspire and equip the next generation of female leaders to “receive the gift that they are; realize the gifts they have been given; and respond with the gift that only they can give.” Through leadership training, faith formation, and dedicated mentoring, GIVEN helps form women for mission and for life.
GIVEN’s Executive Director oversees and leads all aspects of the organization, including the ongoing development and execution of GIVEN’s strategic plan, fundraising, marketing, and program execution. The Executive Director serves as GIVEN’s chief spokesperson, leading efforts to build the organization's exposure among key stakeholders, including Church leaders, University chaplains, prominent Catholic lay leaders in various fields, and donors. The Executive Director reports to an independent, active Board of Directors. The Board is seeking a leader who is committed to GIVEN’s mission and possesses an entrepreneurial instinct. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Responsibilities of the Executive Director include the following:
• Strategic planning and implementation
• Planning and operation of annual budget
• In collaboration with the Board, developing and executing GIVEN’s short and long-term fundraising strategy including (i) overseeing grant application processes and
proposals, (ii) maintaining and strengthening relationships with stakeholders and current and prospective donors, (iii) researching new grant possibilities, and (iv) communicating    regularly with stakeholders, donors, and foundations (some travel required)
• Establishing policies and procedures for all functions and for the day-to-day operations
• Overseeing marketing and other communications efforts and serving as primary spokesperson
• Reporting to and working closely with the Board to seek their involvement in decisions, fundraising and increasing overall visibility
• Supervising and collaborating with staff
• Overseeing organization of Board and committee meetings
• Renewing and approving contracts for services
• Other duties as assigned by the Board
Professional Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree preferred
• Non-profit or for-profit management experience
• Hands-on budget management skills
• Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation
• Ability to convey a vision of GIVEN’s future to staff, Board, volunteers and donors
• Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to non-profit sectors
• Skills to collaborate with and motivate Board members and other volunteers
• Strong written and oral communications skills
• Ability to interact with and engage diverse volunteer and donor groups
• Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff
• Strong public speaking ability
Additional Requirements: Must be a practicing Catholic, in good standing with the Church, and a person of prayer who is committed to the Catholic faith.
Interested and qualified candidates should provide a cover letter, a current resume, and three references no later than March 31, 2019 to: communications@giveninstitute.com

www.giveninstitute.com


Coordinator of Catechetical Resources (Archdiocese of Indianapolis)

Posted: February 15, 2019

The Office of Catechesis of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Catechetical Resources.  This role will serve as the archdiocesan liaison supporting parish and school catechetical leaders with religion curriculum guidelines. Key responsibilities include producing and identifying guidelines for print material, digital media and training resources helpful to those who teach the Faith. 

Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics with an in-depth knowledge of the Faith and Catholic catechesis. Excellent oral and written communication skills along with strong organizational and project management skills are required.  A Bachelor’s degree in catechetics, religious education, theology or a related field is required.  Previous employment or volunteer experience in the Catholic Church in parish ministry or teaching is required. Spanish speaking/writing ability is highly 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


Coordinator of Respect Life Ministry and Marriage Preparation (Archdiocese of Oklahoma City)

Posted: February 15, 2019

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a coordinator of Respect Life Ministry and Marriage Preparation. This position provides support to the director of the Office of Marriage and Family Life Ministry and serves as the coordinator for pro-life ministry and marriage preparation for the archdiocese. It is a full-time position with occasional evening and weekend responsibilities when the circumstances require it. The successful candidate will possess good oral and written fluency in English and Spanish; broad knowledge of and assent to the Church’s teachings on the sanctity of human life; broad knowledge of and assent to the Church’s teachings on human sexuality, marriage, and family life; demonstrate ability to meet deadlines; demonstrate ability to communicate effectively; demonstrate ability in Microsoft Office and will possess general knowledge of the organizational structure of the Church and Catholic doctrine. A degree in theology or philosophy is preferred. Send inquiries and resumes to nlargent@archokc.org.


Director of Graduate Programs and Assistant Professor of Theology (University of St. Thomas)

Posted: February 1, 2019

The Department of Theology at the University of St. Thomas (Houston, TX) is seeking applicants for a Director of Graduate Programs in the Department of Theology at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning Fall 2019, with a 21-hour contracted courseload and a 3-credit, one-course release, for a total of 18 teaching hours per academic year.  Area of Specialization is open. In addition to instruction, this role will direct operations of graduate programs in the Department of Theology, reporting to the chair of Theology.

Located in Houston Texas, the University of St. Thomas is a private institution committed to the liberal arts and to the religious, ethical, and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education. There are currently three Master’s degrees offered by the Department of Theology: a Master of Arts in Theology, a Master of Arts in Pastoral Theology (taught 100% in Spanish), and a joint Master’s degree in Philosophy and Theology offered together with the University of St. Thomas Center for Thomistic Studies. The Theology department is seeking to expand enrollment in these programs as well as to develop new joint Master’s programs.

Responsibilities include:

Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses
Scheduling graduate courses in Theology
Advising MA students in the MA in Theology and the joint MA in Philosophy and Theology programs
Recruiting new students
Working with UST’s marketing department to market the MA program
Online/hybrid course development and instruction
Overseeing the coordinator of the Master of Arts in Pastoral Theology.
Contributing to program and curriculum development
Overseeing the MA in Theology’s Association of Theological Schools accreditation
Conducting scholarship according to the University of St. Thomas’s standards
Service to the university

For additional details, please click here.


Coordinator, Marriage Preparation & Enrichment (Archdiocese of Omaha)

Posted: January 25, 2019

This position is responsible for coordinating and supporting the process and relationships integral to marriage preparation in the Archdiocese of Omaha. This person will be a representative of marriage preparation and is responsible for creating and sustaining a welcoming environment for engaged couples, while also assisting the director in providing guidance and resources for parishes to evangelize and accompany engaged and married couples.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Serve as one of the principal members of a team of people within the Center of Family Life Formation who are able to assist archdiocesan staff, clergy and lay people by creating, providing, and continually evaluating a variety of materials, programs and events related to Marriage & Family Life Ministries.
• Assist the Director with outreach, mentoring and ongoing formation of clergy and parish leaders in parish-based marriage preparation and enrichment ministries.
• Recruit, train, form, and support volunteers/facilitators connected with the archdiocesan marriage preparation program.
• Direct the execution of marriage preparation events from planning, packing, set up, and presenting, to cleanup and evaluation.
• Foster positive working relationships with parishes hosting archdiocesan workshops.
• Provide constructive feedback to Director about the programs, facilities, and volunteers associated with archdiocesan events and programs.
• Document and maintain records with regard to those attending marriage preparation in keeping with CFLF and archdiocesan standards, particularly those related to sacramental preparation.
• Maintain billing and payment records.
• Process inventories and assemble marriage preparation materials.
• Collaborate with pastors and marriage preparation volunteers/facilitators, and attend meetings relevant to marriage preparation and enrichment.
• All other duties as assigned by Director.

Please click here for additional information.


WeDignify (Champaign, IL)

Posted: January 25, 2019

WeDignify, a pro-life organization devoted to mentoring college students as pro-life leaders on campus, has two position openings:

Director of Mission Formation

Campus Mentor

Please click here for information on both positions.


Director of Mission Integration, National Conference for Catechetical Leadership (Washington, DC)

Posted: January 25, 2019

The Director of Mission Integration (DMI) serves the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership (NCCL) as a full-time exempt professional staff member responsible for ensuring that NCCL is effective in the development and engagement of its membership.  Reporting to the Executive Director, the DMI is responsible for the creation and execution of on-going training and formation opportunities for our membership and a communication plan in accord with the mission and strategic vision. The DMI will also strengthen collaborative efforts with national partner organizations.

Pastoral/Program Responsibilities

  • Promote and enrich the understanding of the work and role of NCCL
  • Study and share best practices and trends for impactful deepening of the mission and its effectiveness
  • Attentively envision and innovate resources/programs to continue advancing the organization’s mission into the future
  • Facilitate mission education and mission discernment contribution of members
  • Nurture and encourage ongoing partnerships within the organizational structure

Communication and Relationship Development Responsibilities

  • Promote consistent and effective communication with constituents, including social and Web-related communications
  • Assist in the development of mission awareness and engagement with all members through direct mail, email, phone, websites, social media, peer-to-peer, volunteer tools, and other mass communications tools as needed among NCCL’s various members, stakeholder constituencies, and potential new organizational relationships
  • Ensure the communications, branding and story of the organization and its mission is consistent and comprehensive across all platforms and relationships

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Strengthen organizational identity through collaboration and engagement with program performance, policies and procedures, global ends and ends policies
  • Provide leadership and guidance on the implementation of strategy and vision
  • Promote social exchanges and processes through digital methodologies (Wordpress and established social media platforms.)
  • Perform other related duties as assigned or requested by the Executive Director. NCCL reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.

Please click here for more information.


Director of Faith Formation (Diocese of Owensboro, KY)

Posted: January 25, 2019

The Diocese of Owensboro has a job opportunity for a Full-Time Director of Faith Formation. This position is located at the McRaith Catholic Center in Owensboro, KY. The Diocese encompasses 78 parishes and 17 schools in western Kentucky.
The Director of Faith Formation is responsible for continuing the mission of Jesus Christ through catechesis and evangelization throughout the diocese.

Qualifications and Duties
• Master’s degree in Theology, Religious Education or related field preferred; Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, Religious Education or related field required.
• Five years of ministry experience related to Faith Formation, especially RCIA, in a parish setting required.
• An authentic witness to the faith who represents the teaching of the Catholic Church with enthusiasm, integrity and compassion.
• Practicing Catholic in good standing fully committed to the Mission of the Catholic Church.
• Must be passionate, energized and excited about religious education in the Diocese.
• Dynamic personality that builds bridges of communication between the various forms of religious educators, and serves as a unifying force in the Diocese.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills and presentation skills.
• Accessible and willing to travel to parishes as needed.
• Communicate routinely with the advisory boards, and other committees as required.
• Flexibility and availability to work evening and weekend hours
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
• The ability to successfully complete a criminal history and background check

For more information, please click here.


Director of Hispanic Ministry (Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, MO)

Posted: January 25, 2019

The Director of Hispanic Ministry promotes the full participation and integration of Hispanics in the life of the Church.  The Director works as a team member of the Service Area Office of Domestic Church and Discipleship and collaborates with other chancery offices to provide consultation, expertise and support to parishes, schools and other apostolates.

Essential Duties

Establish and maintain a vision for Hispanic Ministry for the diocese in union with the bishop
Develop diocesan programs to support parishes and schools in collaboration with chancery ministry offices
Assist parishes in the development of apostolate leaders to serve the Hispanic community through mentoring, training and resource development.
Create and manage office budget under leadership of the service area director
Manage staff, including employees and volunteers

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Innovative Thinking: Develop fresh ideas that provide solutions to all types of challenges.
Strategy/Visioning: Understand the connection between Diocese goals and strategies and turn those into actionable plans and goals.
Ownership/Initiative: Take personal responsibility and act with urgency to meet individual and organizational commitments, including going beyond what the job typically requires.
Communication: Use strong verbal and/or written communication skills to exchange information clearly and concisely and deliver concepts, opinions and ideas in a professional manner.
Basic Qualifications

Undergraduate degree in Theology or related field is required, Graduate degree is preferred.
Minimum five (5) years in Hispanic ministry or related field.
Intermediate skills in Windows, Microsoft Office, and online website updating.
Fluency (written and verbal) in Spanish and English.
Practicing Catholic in good standing and full communion with the Magisterium of the Church.
Note: All Diocesan employees are required to acknowledge and sign the Ethics and Integrity in Ministry (ethics) policy, located on the Diocesan website.

To apply, please click here.


Executive Director, Indiana Catholic Conference (Indianapolis, IN)

Posted: January 4, 2019

The Executive Director is the chief administrative officer of the ICC and as a registered lobbyist serves as spokesperson for the five Roman Catholic Bishops in Indiana. The Executive Director also serves as the liaison to United States Catholic Conference, members of Federal and State legislatures, Executive and Administrative offices and statewide organizations.  Responsibilities include enabling Catholics to participate in development of public policy and the political and democratic processes.  
Candidates must be a practicing Roman Catholics with an in-depth knowledge of the faith and Catholic social teachings. Excellent oral and written communication skills along with demonstrated analytical and organizational ability are required.  An advanced degree (or equivalent experience) in one or more of the related fields is preferred: theology, political or social sciences, philosophy, or education.  Previous employment or volunteer experience in the Catholic Church, ideally involving administration, is preferred. The preferred starting date for the position is July 1, 2019.
Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references by February 1, 2019 to:
Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org


Director of Hispanic Ministry (Archdiocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph)

Posted: January 4, 2019

The Director of Hispanic Ministry promotes the full participation and integration of Hispanics in the life of the Church.  The Director works as a team member of the Service Area Office of Domestic Church and Discipleship and collaborates with other chancery offices to provide consultation, expertise and support to parishes, schools and other apostolates.

Essential Duties

Establish and maintain a vision for Hispanic Ministry for the diocese in union with the bishop
Develop diocesan programs to support parishes and schools in collaboration with chancery ministry offices
Assist parishes in the development of apostolate leaders to serve the Hispanic community through mentoring, training and resource development.
Create and manage office budget under leadership of the service area director
Manage staff, including employees and volunteers

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Innovative Thinking: Develop fresh ideas that provide solutions to all types of challenges.
Strategy/Visioning: Understand the connection between Diocese goals and strategies and turn those into actionable plans and goals.
Ownership/Initiative: Take personal responsibility and act with urgency to meet individual and organizational commitments, including going beyond what the job typically requires.
Communication: Use strong verbal and/or written communication skills to exchange information clearly and concisely and deliver concepts, opinions and ideas in a professional manner.
Basic Qualifications

Undergraduate degree in Theology or related field is required, Graduate degree is preferred.
Minimum five (5) years in Hispanic ministry or related field.
Intermediate skills in Windows, Microsoft Office, and online website updating.
Fluency (written and verbal) in Spanish and English.
Practicing Catholic in good standing and full communion with the Magisterium of the Church.
Note: All Diocesan employees are required to acknowledge and sign the Ethics and Integrity in Ministry (ethics) policy, located on the Diocesan website.

To apply, click here.


Director of Religious Education and Formation (Diocese of Rockford, IL)

Posted: December 20, 2018

The Director of Religious Education and Formation is responsible for providing leadership, consultation, training, and support for formation opportunities and programs for adults, catechists, and lay leaders in the Diocese of Rockford.
Duties and Responsibilities
1. Implement the goals and objectives of the Diocese of Rockford and Department of Educational Services, especially in regard to catechetical, theological, and lay formation.
2. Attend to Diocesan faith formation needs, addressing these needs in conjunction with Catechetical and Pastoral Leaders at the diocesan, deanery, and parish levels, with a view toward planning and implementing effective formation programs for persons of all ages.
3. Serve as a theological and catechetical resource to the Department of Educational Services and other diocesan offices and personnel as needed.
4. Provide direct supervision to the Regional Directors of Religious Education, including casting the vision that directs their efforts throughout the various regions of the diocese, meeting with them regularly, and overseeing their work.
5. Prepare and monitor a budget related to programs of responsibility.
6. Direct and oversee the planning, implementation and instruction of on-going formation opportunities for lay leaders throughout the Diocese of Rockford.
7. Oversee and promote the Catechist Certification process, programs, and classes offered throughout the diocese.
8. Direct the planning, development, advertising, implementation, and instruction of the curricula of the Diocese of Rockford Ministry Formation Program. This includes: selecting, securing, and evaluating parish locations where classes are held; recruiting and maintaining an effective faculty of instructors and retreat leaders; planning and overseeing the budget and all finances for the program; promoting the Ministry Formation Program and recruiting prospective candidates through parish visits, contact with pastors, and pastoral leaders and marketing; overseeing the progress of every candidate in
completing all necessary assignments and attendance requirements for certification.
9. Offer courses in the Diocesan Theological Institute that provide ongoing formation opportunities for Ministry Formation graduates, as well as for Permanent Deacons and their wives.
10. Plan and facilitates the New Catechetical Leader workshop annually for new hires throughout the diocese.
11. Administer the Bishop O’Neill Awards annually for outstanding and long-term catechists. 
12. In conjunction with other staff, collect, monitor, and supervise statistical information and permanent records related to applicable programs.
13. Oversee the dissemination and collection of the Annual Parish Reports by parish catechetical leaders at every parish in the diocese.
14. Assist Pastors with the annual evaluation of catechetical leaders at the parish, as needed.
15. Assist other diocesan leaders as needed with the creation and implementation of diocesan Safe Environment guidelines and policies.
16. Attend occasional national and regional meetings, such as the NCCL conference, gatherings of Illinois Diocesan Directors of Religious Education, etc. and participates in conference or regional projects and efforts, as needed.
17. In conjunction with Regional Directors of Religious Education, attend deanery meetings of parish catechetical leaders, communicating diocesan-level concerns as needed.
18. Meet annually with the Catholic High School Religion Department Chairpersons to discuss issues of common concern.
19. May be given various other assignments and projects consistent with the responsibility level and general duties of a Director.
Requirements and Preferences
Education Required: Master’s Degree in related field (Theology / Catechesis / Pastoral Ministry); knowledge of Church doctrine, especially the documents on Evangelization, Catechesis, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry; familiarity with principles and dimensions of adult faith formation and catechist formation.
Experience Required: Five-year experience in related field; demonstrated experience in leadership and management of staff, including fiscal responsibility.
Experience Preferred: At least three-year experience at Diocesan level; working knowledge of diocesan structures, parishes and operations.
Skills Required: Excellent communication, organizational, administrative, and presentation skills; proficiency with computers and electronic communication; ability to supervise and oversee staff; ability to work in collaboration with other diocesan offices to communicate and implement diocesan vision, guidelines, and policies with parish leadership; competence in creating and managing budgets and careful monitoring all spending.
Skills Preferred: Bilingual in Spanish and English is preferred.
Other Required: Must be a practicing Roman Catholic with a strong faith commitment, dedicated to the Gospel values and living a life of prayer and service, with a mission-driven understanding of Catholic education and the Church’s vision for lifelong faith formation; availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Professionals wishing to apply should send a resume and introductory
letter to catholiceducationoffice@rockforddiocese.org


Director of the Office for Divine Worship & Sacraments (Archdiocese of Cincinnati)

Posted: December 20, 2018

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati is seeking to fill the position of Director for the Office of Divine Worship & Sacraments. The Director of the Office for Divine Worship & Sacraments is responsible for the ongoing liturgical formation and renewal of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Below is a list of some of the duties & responsibilities. Please click to view the full job description.

1. Plans/implements special projects as directed by the Archbishop (i.e. Light is On for You, Jubilee Year of Mercy, Outpouring, Year of the Eucharist, Year of Paul, etc.); researches and provides answers to liturgical questions of Archbishop, clergy, and lay persons; reads and comments on new liturgical documents at the Archbishop’s request; prepares and responds to letters/emails of a liturgical nature, including those at the request of the Archbishop.
2. Oversees special projects related to new liturgical rites/norms/decrees (i.e. General Instruction of the Roman Missal, preparation for the Roman Missal, Third Edition, Redemptionis Sacramentum, Summorum Pontificum, Order of Matrimony, other rites of the Church).
3. Oversees the writing and publishing of archdiocesan liturgical ministry resources/publications: Celebrating Marriage, Preparing Funeral Liturgies, Eucharistic Adoration and Exposition Guidelines, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: A Parish Formation Program, A House of Salvation and Grace, Church Musician Employment & Salary Guidelines, Guidelines for Purchasing a New Organ, and others as needed.
4. At the request of the Archbishop, oversees development of diocesan liturgical guidelines; upon approval, communicates them to priests, deacons, and parish communities.
5. Chairs the Archdiocesan Worship Commission and its sub-committees with the exception of: Environment and Art (Chair Rev. Ryan Ruiz, Director of Liturgy for the seminary who has ultimate authority in these matters), Music (Mr. Anthony DiCello, Archdiocesan Director of Music). Does Chair: RCIA Consultation Group, Revitalizing Sacramental Ministry; collaborates with committee chair persons, develops meeting agendas and attends meetings of the Worship Commission and its standing sub-committees; provides liturgical formation programs as advised by the Worship Commission and its sub-committees.
6. In collaboration with the seminary Director of Liturgy (Rev. Ryan Ruiz – ultimate authority under the Archbishop) who chairs the AOC Environment and Art Committee, reviews architectural plans for new church buildings or renovations with pastor, liturgical designer, and architect; communicates recommendations to the Archbishop and ultimately to the pastor; upon request by the pastor, visits parishes and provides consultation on church building projects; assists parishes with questions regarding the dedication liturgies.
7. Regularly communicates any upcoming events, liturgical announcements, and new guidelines with pastors, deacons, pastoral ministers, and parish members through Clergy Communications, AOC Worship Office web page, Worship Office monthly e-newsletter, mailings, and social media.

The Director of the Office for Divine Worship & Sacraments should possess the following qualifications: a minimum of a SLL, a STL in Sacramental Theology/Liturgy, or a Master’s degree in Liturgy or Liturgical Studies with pastoral experience at the diocesan or parish level; working knowledge of the Church’s liturgical documents; excellent communication skills, written and verbal; the ability to work with clergy, pastoral ministers and the lay faithful; the ability to develop necessary programming to meet the liturgical needs of the Archdiocese; proficient in Microsoft Office and uses modern communications technology.

Please send letter of interest, resume and Application for Employment to: The Department of Human Resources, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply by email to: humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org. Application deadline is January 25, 2019.


Headmaster, Covington Latin School (Covington, KY)

Posted: December 20, 2018

Covington Latin School (www.covingtonlatin.org) invites interested individuals to declare their candidacy for the position of Headmaster for the 2019-20 academic year. Since its founding in 1923, CLS has developed an unparalleled reputation for fostering an atmosphere of faith-filled academic leadership. Throughout its rich history, Covington Latin's accelerated classical education has attracted the tri-state region's best and brightest students, with a curriculum that allows incoming students to move at a pace, level, and complexity appropriate to their individual needs while surrounding them with engaged peers who share their intellectual curiosity. Candidates for school administration in the Diocese of Covington must be actively practicing Roman Catholics in good standing. Necessary qualifications include eligibility for Kentucky certification and relevant previous experience. To begin the application process, send a cover letter along with a detailed, comprehensive resume or C-V, including compensation history and a list of at least five references with contact e-mail addresses, by e-mail or fax to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR, at skoplyay@covdio.org or (859) 392-1589.


Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry (Diocese of Rapid City)

Posted: December 20, 2018

Function: To form and inspire parish youth and young adult leaders, youth, and young adults to know and love Jesus and one another, to grow in the Catholic Faith and to evangelize, and to provide training, support and resources in the diocese for youth and young adult ministry. Click here for a full job description.

Qualifications: Practicing Catholic, with a personal relationship with Jesus, a love for the Catholic Faith, a Catholic Worldview, and a passion for sharing the Faith with others; Bachelor’s degree, preferably in theology, catechetics, or related field with a sound Catholic theology. Prior experience in parish youth ministry preferred. Understands, supports and articulates the Catholic Faith as taught by the Church. Love of youth and understanding of the developmental stages of middle and high school youth and young adults. Must have excellent organizational, communication, and leadership skills, and ability to relate to pastors, adult youth ministers, youth, and young adults. Requires energy and willingness to travel throughout the diocese, including some weekend and evening work.

Interested individuals should submit via e-mail or regular mail, a letter of application along with their resume listing three professional references and a completed application form to: msimonson@diorc.org or Office of the Chancellor, Diocese of Rapid City, 606 Cathedral Drive, Rapid City SD 57701.

The Diocese of Rapid City offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

To apply, please click here.