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.
FULL-TIME POSITION: DIRECTOR OF CONFIRMATION AND YOUTH MINISTRY
St. Edward the Confessor – Dana Point, CA
Posted July 2, 2014
We are looking for an energetic and qualified person to direct our High School Confirmation program, Insight, (the High School Youth Group), and serve as liturgical lead minister for the 5:30 Sunday mass. Applicants must be proficient in the latest technology and be able to create and post content for our on-line website and Confirmation app: http://confirmation.stedward.com/ Applicants must be willing to work with culturally diverse groups in an inter-generational environment, communicating daily with staff, volunteers, parents and peer leaders. The position is full time with benefits, and requires a Bachelor’s degree in theology, psychology or other related human development field and at least three years of experience working with youth in a ministerial setting. Job description upon request. Forward resume and a cover letter to Donna Couch, Director of Faith Formation: email@example.com
PART-TIME POSITION: COORDINATOR OF MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY
St. Edward the Confessor – Dana Point, CA
Posted July 2, 2014
The faith community of St. Edward the Confessor seeks an energetic and qualified person to coordinate our Middle School youth ministry program and to collaborate with Faith Formation staff in other areas of spiritual growth for our youth. Applicants must be proficient in the latest technology and be able to create and post content for our website. http://outlet.stedward.com/ Applicants must be willing to work with culturally diverse groups in an inter-generational environment, communicating weekly with staff, volunteers, parents and peer leaders. The position is hourly and part time (approximately 20 hours per week). Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree (or degree in progress) in theology, psychology or other related human development field and/or 3+ years experience working with youth in a ministerial setting. Job description provided upon request. Forward resume and a cover letter to Donna Couch, Director of Faith Formation: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Martin of Tours School – Los Angeles, CA
Posted June 17, 2014
Music teacher for outstanding Westside Catholic elementary school – St. Martin of Tours School – grades K-8. Must be able to teach instrumental music -keyboards and various instruments i.e. Recorders, percussion. Should have knowledge of liturgical music and be willing to work with our student musicians to serve at Mass as music ministers.
To Apply please send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
St. Martin of Tours School
Los Angeles, CA
St. Mary – Larchwood, Holy Name – Rock Rapids
Posted June 17, 2014
The clustered parishes of St. Mary Parish, Larchwood and Holy Name, Rock Rapids in the northwest corner of Iowa (Lyon County), Diocese of Sioux City, are looking to fill two positions, pastoral minister and youth minister, on either a full or part time basis.
Rock Rapids and Larchwood are close to the town of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a metropolitan area of 240,000.
St. Mary’s, located in the town of Larchwood (population, about 800) is a parish of about 250 families. Holy Name with about 110 families, is located in the town of Rock Rapids, the county seat with a population of about 2000, 15 miles east of Larchwood.
The parishes are served by a pastor living in Larchwood and a pastoral minister living in Rock Rapids. The Youth Minister position is a new position.
Some sharing of programs between the two parishes occurs, but many still remain independent.
Both parishes use the Family Faith Formation program of religious education for grades K-6: as the “primary educators of their children in the Faith, the parents gather monthly for an overview session and to collect materials for the month, and then are responsible for instructing their children at home.
More information can be found on the cluster website holymary.com or by googling the individual parishes, Sr. Mary Larchwood or Holy Name Rock Rapids.
Job Descriptions are available upon request.
Contact: Fr. Bruce Lawler
Director of Youth Ministry
Church of Saint Paul – Ham Lake, MN
Posted June 23, 2014
The primary role of the Director of Youth Ministry is to direct, implement, and oversee the Parish Youth Program, grades 7-12, along with the other Director of Youth Ministry. Both Youth Ministers collaborate to fulfill the Mission, Vision, and Pastoral Plan for the Youth Program. This position is responsible for helping to develop youth to be stronger disciples of Jesus Christ and strong Christian leaders in their parish and community. Great people and communication skills are essential for the success of this position.
Direct Junior High (Monday Nights) and Senior High (Wednesday Nights) Youth Group:
• Oversee the basic registration for these programs.
• Oversee, develop, and manage these programs including but not limited to curriculum, resources, room assignments, small group assignments, scheduling, promotion, recruiting, coordinating and training of volunteers, weekly communication, with help from the Youth Program Assistant.
• Evaluate programs and make appropriate changes.
• Work collaboratively with the other Director of Youth Ministry.
Responsible for planning and administrative functions related to Youth Ministry including:
• Help plan Youth related activities.
• Communicate and coordinate programs and events to the Parish Staff, parents, other parishes, and teens.
• Budgeting and fiscal responsibility.
• Participate in staff and parish meetings as required.
• Network with area Youth Ministers, especially at The Gathering.
• Maintain effective working relationships with all of the Parish Staff and involved families.
Direct the Teen Confirmation program
• Execute Wednesday Night Confirmation Modules Year Round.
• Provide teaching and formation materials for the program.
• Recruit and train volunteers to teach the monthly Confirmation modules.
• Communicate with parents and participants on the status of their preparation, with help from the YPA.
• Conduct intro interviews for candidates of Confirmation.
• Be involved in the planning and execution of the All in God’s Plan “I Didn’t Know That!” Program.
• Work with the RCIA Coordinator and Liturgist for sacramental and liturgical needs, if needed.
• Collaborate with the other Director of Youth Ministry.
Help recruit, train, and supervise all adult and teen volunteers needed in the program:
• Ensure Safe Environment requirements are met.
• Provide adequate training and guidance (2 meetings per year at the very least).
• Provide ongoing communication with volunteers for weekly programming as well as special events.
Promote and Coordinate Summer Programs for Youth:
• Wednesday Night Youth Nights (e.g. Catholic Movie Night).
• Direct SWIM Mission.
• Young Adult Send Off.
• Steubenville High School Youth Conference.
• Day trips, such as Valley Fair.
• Support the other Director of Youth Ministry in out-of-state Missions.
Co-Supervise the Youth Program Assistant
• Provide adequate training and guidance.
• Evaluate job performance annually.
Participate in relational ministry as needed including:
• Creating and taking advantage of opportunities to interact with both youth and parents of youth.
• Collaborate, as appropriate, with Children’s Faith Formation programs, for continuity and necessary transitions.
• Pastoral problems and conflicts, providing mentoring and counseling as needed to both adults and youth.
• Attend parish liturgies/parish events, as needed (e.g. participate in Mass at CoSP once a month).
• Organize and lead the NET Lifeline activity at least 1-2 times per year.
This list of specific responsibilities is not intended to be inclusive but is intended to be representative in nature. Other specific items will arise in the course of time that will fall within the above general categories, and will become part of the Youth Director’s duties as long as they are within the scope of the responsibilities for this position.
- Be a practicing Catholic with a sound understanding of Sacred Tradition, Sacred Scripture, and the Magisterium.
- Live a basic lifestyle consistent with Church teachings and the Vision for the Parish, so as to be a role model for the youth and their families.
- College graduate with background in Theology, Youth Ministry, Catholic Studies, or equivalent.
- Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing (as well as in front of a crowd).
- Sound organizational skills with the ability to coordinate a complex variety of programs
The Catholic Church of Saint Paul is a living, dynamic community loved into being by the Father, nourished by Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and empowered by the Holy Spirit to become the Body of Christ alive in our world today.
Our primary mission is to lead everyone to a deep, personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and open hearts to the loving power of the Holy Spirit dwelling within. This relationship is nurtured through a commitment to prayer, especially prayer based on Sacred Scripture. Through prayer, the individual comes to know the Father’s plan for their life. Each person has a unique role to play, and is graced with specific charisms to live it out.
Please apply by sending cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Quillan v Director of Youth Ministry
Catholic Church of Saint Paul Ham Lake, MN
763-757-1148 ext. 118
Woodbury Life Resource Center – Woodbury, MN
Posted June 17, 2014
The Woodbury Life Resource Center is a life-affirming organization that offers access to a wide range of free services and support for teens, young adults, parents and families experiencing an unplanned pregnancy or seeking abstinence support.
The Executive Director is the chief administrator in charge of day-to-day operations with responsibility for managing center operations and coordinating outreach and fundraising activities. The executive director works with the board of directors on strategic planning.
· Center Operations
o Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate all staff (office, counselor, educator)
o Manage delivery of client services
o Provide client counseling when needed
o Establish and enforce operational policies and procedures
o Manage operations within specified budget parameters
o Maintain volunteer, client and donor files
o Monitor and report on center activities
o Establish and maintain contact with community partners
o Promote center services through marketing and networking
o In coordination with the board of directors develop and execute annual strategy to achieve established financial targets
o Attend board meetings and report on center activities
o Other duties as assigned by the board of directors
· 30 hours / week
· Flexible hours, occasional evening and weekends required
· Paid Time Off: 8 holidays + 12 PTO days
· Reports to the board of directors
· Four year degree or equivalent work experience
· Agree with and sign TLC Commitment of Care and Center Policy documents
· Attend TLC volunteer and counselor training
· 3-5 years pregnancy center experience preferred
· Prefer 2 years of managerial experience
· Proven fundraising track record
· Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
· Basic computer and technology skills
Please email your resume to email@example.com.
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
www.spoweb.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior/Senior Youth Minister and Confirmation Coordinator
Church of Spirit of Life – Mandan, ND
Posted June 3, 2014
Full time staff position is open at the Church of Spirit of Life in Mandan, North Dakota for a Junior/Senior Youth Minister and Confirmation Coordinator. Applicant must be a practicing Catholic in good standing.
Please forward inquires and or resume to Cheryl Hansen: email@example.com
Discipleship and Evangelization Coordinator – Pre-K through 12th Grade
St. Anne Catholic Church – Broken Arrow, OK
Posted June 3, 2014
The Discipleship and Evangelization Coordinator for Pre-K through 12th grade will serve the parish community of St. Anne Catholic Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma by coordinating the Religious Education and Sacramental Preparation of the Pre-K through 5th grade students as well as coordinate a comprehensive discipleship based Youth Ministry Program for students in 6-12th grade including 11th grade Confirmation.
The coordinator will recruit, develop and form a comprehensive team of adults that are rooted in the call of Pope Francis and the New Evangelization to make Missionary Disciples.
Pope Francis has been clear that mere administration is not enough. Thus it is imperative that the Discipleship and Evangelization Coordinator see their primary focus as forming adults and parents to form their children. It will be from this relational and disciplining approach that the objectives for this role are fulfilled.
The goals of Youth Formation are defined as: (per Renewing the Vision, 1997)
• To empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today.
• To draw young people to responsible participation in the life, mission, and work of the Catholic faith community.
• To foster the total personal and spiritual growth of each young person.
The Mission of all Christians is to “Go and make disciples.” (Matt 28:19) The Coordinator of Discipleship and Evangelization will let this mission inform all of the work with the young people of the parish
Key Responsibility Areas
Discipleship and Evangelization of Pre-K through 5th Grade
Envision, implement and refine an innovative discipleship based program of catechesis and formation that draws on best practices, and gathers in parents so that the young people of St. Anne can continue to deepen their discipleship at home, in the parish, and in the community.
Discipleship and Evangelization of 6-12th Grade
Organize, promote and sustain a discipleship-based program for youth in grades 6-12 which provides social, catechetical, spiritual, and service opportunities as they grow in their relationship with Christ and their peers.
Volunteer and Catechist Leadership
Recruit, develop and coordinate the necessary catechists and volunteers in order to build and maintain vibrant pastoral and formational outreach to youth, ensure that St. Anne Catholic Church is in alignment with national and local standards, and enable adult volunteers to continue to grow in their faith.
Parish and Diocesan Collaboration
Communicate, collaborate and integrate with pastoral staff and ministries of the parish, and outside the parish, in order to support family and life-long formation and catechesis among the parishioners of St. Anne Catholic Church.
Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in theology, religious education, or a related field.
• The individual should have some formal training in Youth Ministry and a knowledge, familiarity and willingness to help lead a parish ministry that makes disciples.
• The individual must understand and be able to articulate the Church’s sacramental, ecclesial, moral, and spiritual theology and how they apply to the faithful.
• Experience in the formation and education of children, youth, and families is essential
• An active and deep faith with full participation in the communal worship and life of the Church.
• Excellent interpersonal relationship skills
• Excellent oral and communication skills
• Excellent computer skills—knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Office and Parish data base program
• Excellent organizational and administrative skills
• Collaborative and a team builder—must work well with the St. Anne Community and beyond, including with other parishes.
To apply for this position please send your resume to Judy Lalicker at 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.
Pastoral Assistant for Evangelization and Social Media
St. Rose of Viterbo Church – Longview, WA
Posted June 3, 2014
St. Rose of Viterbo Church in Longview, Washington is a vibrant parish in the Greater Portland Oregon area, which is one of the most exciting and popular regions for men and women in their 20s and 30s. Our parish is seeking to hire an energetic Catholic man or woman with a passion for modern media in order to assist us in our efforts to evangelize our region. The purpose of the position is to help spread the Gospel in our area through various forms of modern technology, targeting fallen away Catholics and curious evangelical Christians. The employee/intern must have skills and interests in producing and editing video content, and should be able to use Final Cut Pro or similar software. The employee/intern will also manage our parish social media accounts, and design various documents and graphics to help promote our parish and its mission.
There will also be duties in two of the most exciting ministries in our parish, namely helping prospective converts understand the faith through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) and helping us to inspire our youth through youth ministry. The duties in these areas will be assigned according to the strengths of the new hire. This is a great way to sharpen your skills, gain valuable experience, spread the faith you love, and have a lot of fun. No formal training in theology is necessary, but you must demonstrate a deep love of Jesus Christ and His Church.
This job is posted as a Pastoral Associate for those looking for long term employment, but it is also offered as a paid internship which would end on June 30, 2015 for people looking for something more temporary. As an internship, it would be great for somebody graduating college and looking to spend some time in a new part of the world without a long-term commitment. It would also be great for someone who has become bored with their regular 9-5 job and is looking to transition into something new, exciting and rewarding. Some of the terms of this internship are negotiable, so please don’t let certain details dissuade you from inquiring. For more information on how to apply, please contact Fr. Bryan Ochs at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-425-4660.
Disciple Apprentice Coordinator
St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Formation – Kaukauna, WI
Posted June 10, 2014
St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Formation is located in Kaukauna, WI. Our mission is to create opportunities for gathering as lifelong learners; growing disciples; sharing our faith; praying and celebrating together; and serving one another through the Church and in the name of Jesus Christ.
About the Fox Cities:
The Fox Cities are 19 communities in the greater Appleton area along the Fox River in East Central Wisconsin. The area boasts a thriving arts community and a growing mix of dining, entertainment and cultural opportunities. Each community of the Fox Cities brings its own special history and personality, making the area a unique blend of urban style and small town warmth. One of the state’s fastest growing areas with more than 236,000 residents, the Fox Cities offer a thriving metropolitan area closely surrounded by incredible natural beauty.
This is a full time position responsible for overseeing and developing a plan for how the parish integrates hands on learning and living experiences for young Catholics, their families and the adult Catholic community. Position will be responsible for evaluating existing paradigms, designing, creating, and delivering an intentional approach to application learning and experiences for all young disciples in training, who both live and share the Catholic faith with the world.
Major Areas of Responsibility
• Work closely with Director of Catholic Formation to boldly evaluate and coordinate new strategies for application learning and experiences for Catholic Formation
• Map out systematic plan of engagement that addresses learning/topic needs for Grades 1-12
• Serve as coordinator for integrating multiple generations within the learning and living aspects of parish life including; mission experiences, spiritual renewal/retreats and social opportunities
• Develop creative solutions for obstacles and challenges that prevent growth
• Design and coordinate hands on experiences and learning for each grade
• Coordinate the development of communal experiences for teens, young adults and adults of parish
• Serve as Mission Coordinator for youth and adults
• Position the parish to be in relationship with its parishioners and guests
• Develop the application of knowledge aspect of formation
• Develop age appropriate opportunities for both learning and fun throughout parish life
• Position the outreach efforts to engage the individuals and families who are not actively involved with comfortable opportunities to re-examine their relationship with God and a clear path for expanded involvement in parish life
• Excellent knowledge of the Catholic Church, it’s teachings, culture, relevant documents and systematic structures and the opportunities for improvement
• Broad knowledge and experience in management, organizational planning, marketing, social media, communications and finance
• Above average skills in communication, grammar, time management and deliverables
• Demonstrated ability to stay positive, multi-task, work as a team and complete tasks on time and within budget
• Demonstrated ability to learn and understand the parishioners needs, culture and unique issues
• Demonstrated ability for staying spiritually healthy, focused and refreshed
• 40 hours per week, 12 months
• Weekly meetings with formation staff and pastoral staff
Please send letter of interest explaining why you are a great fit for this position and experience resume to:
Jeff Kacala 119 W. 7th Street Kaukauna, WI 54130 Email: email@example.com