Below you will find a list of job postings sent to us by various parishes and religious organizations. Click on your state or country below to view job postings in your area.
Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton – Anchorage, AK
Posted July 21, 2014
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, a vibrant 1,200 family community in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a passionate Catholic who is called vocationally to serve young people, for full time employment as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. Personal holiness and a heartfelt desire to lead teens closer to the heart of our Lord are key traits. Applicants should have at least a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and a minimum of three years experience in youth ministry. Responsible for overseeing continued vision and growth of the Jr. and Sr. High programs, including Confirmation, with special attention given to empowering lay leadership among both adults and teens. Salary and benefits consistent with qualification and experience.
Please send a resume by August 15, 2014 to Mrs. Bonnie Bezousek, either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or letter to 2901 E. Huffman Rd. Anchorage, AK. 99516.
For further information call 907-345-4466.
Guardian Angels Catholic School & Church – Chaska, MN
Posted September 2, 2014
The Office of Catholic Schools strongly recommends that Catholic school principals hold an administrative license from the State of Minnesota, or be currently enrolled in a licensure program. To be licensed as an elementary/secondary principal in Minnesota, a person must hold a current Minnesota teaching license in any field or have an Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) or have completed an administrative licensure program. Principal candidates who do not hold an administrative license should have at least a Master’s Degree in Administration or in Curriculum and Instruction. To be eligible for Accreditation through Minnesota Non-Public Schools Accreditation Association, the administrator of the school must have at least a Master’s Degree. If no licensure is in place, it is expected that the Principal initiate the process to obtain administrative licensure within the first 10 months of employment and satisfactorily complete the licensure during the probationary period or as determined by the Pastor.
1. Active, participating Catholic in good standing with the Church.
2. Educational requirements: Master’s degree; MN license in Educational Administration (or willing to work toward completion); minimum of 5 years of classroom and 3 years administrative experience.
3. Must exhibit competence in age appropriate instructional methods and knowledge of subject matters being taught.
4. Education/training in theology, especially Church moral teachings. Sacramental knowledge and training: Understanding and appreciation of the value of the Roman Catholic sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, Holy Eucharist, Confirmation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony and Holy Orders.
5. Personnel Management training and skills – for paid and volunteer personnel. Ability to work with various staff
and to coordinate a potentially large and diverse group of volunteers.
6. Leadership skills and experience. Experience working with groups and Advisory Councils.
7. Experience in technology management; familiarity with Microsoft and Mac computer hardware and software.
8. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Possess oral and written presentation skills.
9. Demonstrated skills and interests in this type of work.
10. Successful completion of a criminal background check, driving and financial check; licensure checks.
11. It is highly desirable for the Principal to have a multi-cultural understanding and ability to speak Spanish.
1. The School Principal is delegated by the Pastor to conduct the business affairs of the school in a professional, ethical and organized manner for the betterment of the parish and effective administration of the school.
2. In providing for the management of the school and its accreditation, the Principal is responsible in the specific capacities detailed: Leader in Fostering Catholic Faith in the School, Supervisor of School Personnel (staff, students and volunteers), Manager of School Programs, Manager of Day to Day School Operations (Academics and Activities), Manager of School Finances and Budget, and Manager in the Implementation of Policies and Procedures in the School.
3. He/she will observe accreditation requirements and respond to civil and church requirements for schools.
4. The Principal and the Parish Business Administrator must develop an effective and supportive professional working relationship for the good of the parish and the school. The Principal manages the day to day operations of the School, and the Business Administrator manages the day to day business operations of the parish and provides guidance and oversight to all aspects of the Guardian Angels Catholic Church relating to finances, personnel (does not provide direct oversight of school personnel), buildings and grounds, planning, and legal
concerns, including the policies/procedures in those areas.
5. The Principal will:
o Support and implement the policies of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and church, state
and federal laws – especially those relating to educational requirements.
o Serve as staff liaison to the School District/s and to Archdiocesan agencies relating to schools.
Email email@example.com with your resume.
Ergotron, Inc. (Nortek company) – Minnesota
Posted September 15, 2014
We are looking for a young candidate that has solid Adobe Creative Suite experience, technical and mechanical aptitude, located here at Ergotron, Eagan HQ. We will train the candidate into Tech Pubs (75% workload) process and some assembly video support (approximately 25% of job).
Marketing Creative Director
NATIONAL & MINNESOTA DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
St. Paul’s Outreach (SPO) – West St. Paul, MN
Posted August 27, 2014
Position Title: National & Minnesota Development Director
Reports To: Executive Director
The National & Minnesota Development Director (NMDD) is the primary architect and implementer of SPO’s fundraising strategy, with a particular focus on Minnesota. The NMDD is responsible for raising the necessary funds for the Minnesota Mission Center, overseeing the national development department, facilitating fundraising in the other Mission Centers, and
pursuing national fundraising opportunities. The NMDD’s focus in Minnesota is major gifts, since most of the annual campaign events and activities are managed by the National &
Minnesota Assistant Development Director (NMADD), under the NMDD’s supervision. This is a regular, full-time, exempt position.
Minnesota Major Gift Cultivation and Solicitation
• Create and implement plan to continue to increase major gifts. The Executive Director and board members are closely involved in this, but the NMDD has primary responsibility, including:
o Forming and leading major gifts team (including the Executive Director, board members, and others).
o Identifying and prioritizing major donor prospects and key networks.
o Cultivating prospects and engaging key networks.
o Soliciting prospects and assisting other solicitors.
Minnesota Annual Campaign Events and Activities
• Create plan for and supervise implementation of Minnesota annual campaign events and activities, including banquet, luncheons, golf tournament, written appeals, and phone-athons. The NMADD has primary responsibility for most execution.
• May direct Men on a Mission program.
Facilitate Fundraising in Mission Centers
• Ensure NMADD is managing day-to-day operations of the national development department effectively and efficiently, especially gift processing and database usage.
• Provide training and authoritative consultation to development staff in Mission Centers, equipping them to plan and execute their fundraising successfully.
• Visit Mission Centers occasionally to assist with fundraising.
• Ensure appropriate fundraising manuals and other resources are created, updated, distributed, and utilized effectively.
• Pursue national fundraising opportunities, including conducting special campaigns when applicable.
• Work with Development Committee Chair to facilitate the committee’s activity.
• Conduct regular fundraising reporting as appropriate.
Marginal Functions of Position
Emailing, phone calls, reporting, etc. Attending various types of meetings. Completing supervision, performance evaluation, and other reports as necessary. Other duties as assigned.
Peers: Other executive staff members, Mission Center Directors.
Supervision of: National & Minnesota Assistant Development Director, authoritative consultation to development staff in Mission Centers
Internal & External Contacts
The NMDD interacts frequently with other staff to collaborate and communicate information, and with current and potential donors and advocates to cultivate support, including board members. There is also occasional contact with volunteers and vendors.
Education and Experience
Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a field that can be useful in fundraising. Some training in development work is highly preferable. Some training in business, entrepreneurship, or marketing and communication is preferable.
Experience Requirements: At least 10 years of noteworthy professional work experience. Significant experience in development work is preferred. Prior experience with SPO is preferred.
Additional Requirements: Individual must demonstrate strong skills in the following areas: analytical strategic planning, communication, organization, reliability, determination, self motivation, leadership, flexibility, and integrity. Should be proficient in Microsoft Office and capable of learning quickly how to use a complex database. Excellent relational skills are essential, including the ability to relate professionally and present Saint Paul’s Outreach in a highly effective way to benefactors and board members. Ability to work well independently and cooperatively, and to use discretion when handling confidential information is also necessary. Should be able to prioritize tasks and responsibilities well and work efficiently. Ability to read, write, and speak English fluently is essential. Enthusiastically supportive of SPO’s mission and core virtues, and core values: willing and able to live them out and communicate them effectively to others. Faithfully living out the Catholic faith and the mission of evangelization.
Anyone wishing to apply for the position can email Mark Archibald (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a cover letter and a resume.
High School Spanish Teacher – Long Term Substitute
New Prague Area Schools
Posted August 1, 2014
The salary and benefits for this position will be as per the Teacher Master Agreement.
Position begins approximately August 25, 2014 to approximately November 7, 2014.
Position could be filled before closing.
Appropriate licensure required.
New Prague Area Schools is a consistently growing district of 3,900 students, Pre K through 12. The district is located about 45 miles southwest of the Twin Cities. The district serves the students and community members of the New Prague, New Market Elko, northern Lonsdale areas, as well as several other communities. The district offers a small-town quality of life with easy access to the conveniences of a major metropolitan area.
Applications will be accepted
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 12:00 AM -
Friday, August 08, 2014 11:59 PM
(Central Standard Time)
Apply online at https://newprague.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=19.
Coordinator of Peer Ministry
University of St. Thomas
Posted July 28, 2014
The Coordinator of Peer Ministry will be directly responsible for the development and implementation of the Student Peer Ministry program. The Coordinator of Peer Ministry will be responsible for the recruitment and formation of student peer ministers including training and supervision. This person will work collaboratively with colleagues in Campus Ministry and members of other university departments to develop leadership skills and qualities among the peer ministers. This person will support and participate in other campus ministry retreats, liturgical celebrations spiritual formation activities and service projects as needed. This person will participate as a visible member of the campus ministry team and worshipping University community. They will perform other duties as assigned or requested.
This is a full-time 10 month temporary position without benefits. It may or may not be rehired or transitioned into a regular position.
Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree and four years of program administration experience. Prefer Master’s Degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or Student Affairs Leadership. Three to five years of full-time experience in the administration of leadership, vocation, and/or ministry programs with college students preferred.
University employees in the Office of Campus Ministry must conduct themselves in a manner which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Roman Catholic Church and the mission, purpose, and Catholic identity of the University. This position does not require that the employee be a Catholic.
Inspired by Catholic intellectual tradition, the University of St. Thomas educates students to be morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely, and work skillfully to advance the common good. The successful candidate will possess a commitment to the ideals of this mission statement.
In light of its commitment to create and maintain a safe learning and working environment, employment with the University of St. Thomas requires successful completion of a background screening.
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Full Time Position: Saint Paul’s Outreach (SPO) Development Director
South Orange, New Jersey
Posted July 21, 2014
The New Jersey Development Director (NJDD) is responsible for raising the necessary funds
for the New Jersey Mission Center of Saint Paul’s Outreach. The two main components of this
are: major gift cultivation and solicitation, and planning and execution of fundraising events and this is a regular.
Major Gift Cultivation and Solicitation
• Create and implement plan to develop major NJ gifts, including:
o Strategizing and collaborating with the NJ Center Director and key volunteers,
o Identifying and prioritizing major donor prospects and key networks.
o Cultivating prospects and engaging key networks.
o Soliciting prospects directly and organizing solicitation by others.
including the NJ Advisory Board.
Fundraising Events and Activities
• Plan and execute NJ fundraising events, e.g. banquet and luncheons.
• Conduct other fundraising activities in conjunction with the National Office, including:
o Direct mail appeals
o Marketing and communications
• Use SPO’s donor database to track, organize, analyze, and leverage information about
New Jersey donors in order to increase fundraising.
• Work closely with the NJ Center Director to leverage the efforts of the NJ Advisory
Board in fundraising and other matters.
Marginal Functions of Position
Emailing, phone calls, reporting, etc. Attending various types of meetings.
Peers: Other Development Directors, Mission Directors, some National Office Supervision of: Mission Center Administrator’s development time, and volunteers as Internal/ External Contacts. The NJDD interacts frequently with staff to collaborate and communicate information, and with current and potential donors and advocates to cultivate support. There is also occasional contact with volunteers and vendors.
Education and Experience
Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a field that can be useful in fundraising.
Some training in development work is highly preferable.
Some training in business, entrepreneurship, or marketing and communication is preferable.
Experience Requirements: At least 5 years of noteworthy professional work experience.
Significant experience in development work is preferred.
Additional Requirements: Individual must demonstrate strong skills in the following areas:
Analytical strategic planning, communication, reliability, responsibility, determination, self-
motivation, leadership, flexibility, and integrity. Should be proficient in Microsoft Office and
capable of learning quickly how to use a complex database. Excellent relational skills are
essential, including the ability to relate professionally and present Saint Paul’s Outreach in a
highly effective way to benefactors and board members. Ability to work well independently and cooperatively, and to use discretion when handling confidential information is also necessary. Should be able to prioritize tasks and responsibilities well and work efficiently. Ability to read, write, and speak English fluently is essential. Enthusiastically supportive of SPO’s mission and core virtues, and core values: willing and able to live them out and communicate them effectively to others. Faithfully living out the Catholic faith and the mission of evangelization.
For More Info contact:
Lori Dumas, HR Coordinator and Executive Assistant
Saint Paul’s Outreach
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Assistant Director for Youth Discipleship, Office of the New Evangelization
Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Posted August 16, 2014
The Assistant Director should possess the following qualifications: a bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred) in a relevant field, five years of youth ministry experience with a focus on teen discipleship training strongly preferred; experience leading and/or planning worship experiences for teens and/or young adults; an interest in utilizing current leading technologies to serve the needs of the ONE. Anticipated start date is October 1, 2014. Please send a letter of interest, résumé andApplication for Employment by email to: humanresources@
It can also be found here: http://www.
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
The Church of St. Monica – Berwyn, PA
Posted August 5, 2014
Permanent, part-time position. Flexible 24 hours per week schedule, plus benefits. The working hours include nights, weekends, and special events as necessary. Reports to Director of Religious Education.
Responsibilities include the three essential goals of the Church’s ministry to adolescents:
• Form young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today.
• Foster the personal and spiritual growth of each young person.
• Draw young people and their families to responsible participation in the life, mission, leadership and work of the St. Monica faith community.
* Although grades 9-12 and 7-8 are the primary focus, attention to the 6th grade parishioners is critical in developing the connection between the sacrament of Confirmation and continued involvement in parish life.
Educational/ Clearance Requirements:
• Minimum of a Bachelor Degree; concentration in Youth Ministry or New Evangelization preferred.
• Completion of Virtus Safe Environment Program sponsored through the diocese
• Local/State/Federal clearances; criminal clearance/child abuse clearance
• Valid Driver’s license.
Experience and Skills:
• Fully initiated, participating member of the Roman Catholic Church
• Committed to and follows the teachings, beliefs, and life of the Roman Catholic Church
• Experience as a participant or leader in a vibrant comprehensive parish youth ministry
• Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills
• Fluent in current social media
• Ability to relate and work well with a variety of constituents including priests, lay adults and youth
• Able to work evenings and weekends as needed
• Excellent Supervisory skills
• Skills in counseling/listening encouraged
• Knowledge of adolescent/preteen spiritual/personal development, youth cultures and sociology
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Interested parties should submit a resume, cover letter, and references to
Mary Pizzano – firstname.lastname@example.org
Internship – House Parent
Hands of Hope – Houston, TX
Posted July 7, 2014
Student Job Title: Hands of Hope Internship 2014/2015 – House Parent
Location: Houston, Texas
Positions Available: 20
Number of Hours: Full-Time (24/7)
Casa de Esperanza de los Niños – the House of Hope for Children – is a safe place for children in crisis due to abuse, neglect or the effects of HIV. Casa de Esperanza provides residential care, and coordinates medical and psychological services according to the needs of each child.
Casa de Esperanza provides residential care and coordinates medical and psychological services according to the needs of each child. We are looking for applicants with a broad range of skills. Applicants will work directly with abused, neglected and HIV+ children who are 6 years of age or younger at the time of placement. Applicants will do everything necessary to properly and safely care for, advocate for and generally meet the daily needs of the four to five children placed in the home. This will include direct hands-on care of the children, daily household tasks, paperwork, participation in appointments with physicians, psychologists, developmental specialists, therapists (speech, physical and occupational) and any other specialists as needed. Applicants will provide 24-hour care to the children in a family style setting.
This is a challenging but rewarding internship/volunteer opportunity. We are looking for a one year placement with an option for extension to two years or longer. Two weeks of initial training is provided with additional trainings provided throughout the year. Supervisors live on-site and are available 24/7.
We are currently accepting applications for starting dates of August 17th, October 5th, and January 11th training groups.
This would be an excellent opportunity for anyone who has recently graduated and is looking for some hands on experience before pursuing a further degree or employment. We hope you will seriously consider joining us in our mission to provide new hope to these wonderful children.
A 4 year college degree is preferred. Applicants should be willing to work closely with children and to take on high levels of responsibility. Good interpersonal skills, patience and a strong work ethic are needed. Position open to anyone, but particularly useful to psychology, social work, education, pre-med, nursing and early childhood majors/graduates or those interested in social justice issues. You must be 21 or older to apply with a valid driver’s license.
Applicants can e-mail resumes to Lori Hudalla at email@example.com. Applicants may also call Lori Hudalla directly at 832-317-8168 or the main office number at 713-529-0639 and ask for the Coordinator of Personnel and Recruitment, Lori Hudalla. You may also submit a cover letter and resume directly on-line on our website under the ‘Contact Us’ link.