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.

NET Ministries Job Openings

Executive Director Position (NET Canada)

NET Canada is looking for an experienced and dynamic leader to lead the staff and missionaries from the headquarters in Ottawa.

For more information and qualifications, click here.
For a full list of responsibilities, click here.

Position summary
Location: Ottawa, ON
Pay: Starting Salary $70k (commensurate with experience)
Deadline: February 28, 2019
Start date: Negotiable

If you have the qualifications and share our passion for our mission, we invite you to forward your resume and cover letter to: Executive Director Application: ED.Application@netcanada.ca

Please clearly demonstrate how you meet the required qualifications of this position.

We thank all applicants for their interest however, we will only contact those selected for interviews.

Alabama

Director of Faith Formation

Posted February 4, 2019

St. Columba Church, Dothan, AL

St. Columba Catholic Church
Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: Dothan, AL
URL: http://www.stcolumbacatholic.com

Description

The Director of Faith Formation is responsible for the catechetical formation of all parishioners of diverse backgrounds. The Director collaborates with the other staff members of the parish in fulfilling the catechetical mission of the parish. The Director also collaborates with Archdiocesan staff in the Office of Evangelization and Family Life and the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry in implementing Archdiocesan goals at the parish level.

The responsibilities of the Director of Faith Formation include the following areas: Administrative, Faith Formation of Youth, and Sacramental Preparation, Faith Formation Programs for Adults and Young Adults. The overarching duty is to present the diverse congregation the teachings of the Catholic Church according to the catechetical principles enunciated in Church documents, universal, national, and archdiocesan as well as set and ensure completion of annual goals for the program.

About the Parish

St. Columba Parish is a dynamic, active catholic parish of about 1, 000 families and is the only parish in Houston County. We have many already well-formed, multigenerational faith formation programs and ministries to meet the needs of our multicultural parish. Our parish is located in Dothan, Al, a medium sized, family friendly city with low cost of living and close proximity to the Gulf Coast.

To Apply

Please send resumes to Deacon Joe Mueller:
2700 Main St. Dothan, AL 36301 (334)793-5802
office@stcolumbacatholic.com or joem@stcolumbacatholic.com

California

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Posted February 12, 2019

St. Mel’s Catholic Church, Fair Oaks, CA

Part-Time (Non Exempt)

Job Summary: 
We are looking for a part-time Youth Minister with a missionary heart desiring to reach youth and young adults and lead them to Christ and his Church. This position implements the parish’s commitment to youth ministry in a comprehensive manner. This includes, but is not limited to, the following elements: catechesis, evangelization, spirituality, social action, and community building. The Youth Minister will work alongside our Pastor and Director of Youth and Young Adult Minister to spread the Gospel and make disciples within parish boundaries.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

A. Assures the development of programs and activities for senior high youth that foster healthy growth and development in their spiritual, social, and physical lives.  This includes retreats, social opportunities, outreach, liturgies, and community service opportunities.

Assures the development and implementation of faith formation for youth. This position recruits, supports, and supervises volunteers for faith formation programs for senior high youth. 

C. Assures direct ministerial outreach to parish youth and young adults.  Incumbent coordinates and participates in activities such as youth retreats, social events, etc., and attends parish liturgies and community and school functions according to program priorities. This position also coordinates direct evangelization outreach programs to both parish youth and youth not attending church.

D. Assures the budget for youth ministry is prepared and implemented. 

E. Maintains a level of knowledge and skills required for this ministry. This is accomplished by regular updating, reading and participation at workshops, conventions, national certification, etc. 

CHARACTERISTICS:

1. Strong in Relational Ministry 

2. Deep understanding of Evangelization

3. Desire to build a community of Intentional Discipleship

4. Outgoing and Joyful approach with others

5. Missionary heart for youth and young adults

6. Open to constructive criticism

7. Passionate about living out the Catholic Faith

Please send Cover letter and Resume to mmacdonald.ardeanery@gmail.com.

Colorado

Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Holy Name Parish

Posted July 11, 2018

Holy Name Parish, Steamboat Springs, CO

Do you want to be a part of a growing parish in a booming community. Holy Name Parish in Steamboat Springs is looking for their next Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. In this position you’ll develop programs and lead volunteer teams for middle school (6th-8th), high school (9th-12th) and young adult (18-35) ministries. In addition this position will have the opportunity to impact the school community and work with other churches in reaching the youth and young adults. You’ll also have the opportunity for spiritual growth, professional development and networking with a dynamic archdiocese.

Requirements
– Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Studies, or related field. Or, possess a certificate in Catholic Youth Ministry.
– At least two years experience in Catholic Youth Ministry.
This position offers
– Competitive salary
– Benefits
– One on one coaching
– Professional and spiritual development
– Flexible work hours
– Warm and supportive community

THE PARISH
Holy Name Catholic Church, centered in Jesus Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit, is a diverse mountain community located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado (Ski Town USA). It is the mission of our parish to live the compassionate presence of Jesus by reaching out to everyone with open arms and hearts. Holy Name Catholic Church is a part of the Archdiocese of Denver. The Archdiocese of Denver
observes the restored order which means receiving of the sacrament of Confirmation is done in 3rd grade.

THE LOCATION
Steamboat Springs lies in Colorado’s Yampa Valley about 160 miles northwest of Denver. Steamboat’s unique mix of warm sun, cowboy boots and friendly locals lends an inviting, laid back atmosphere to the historic Colorado resort town, where western heritage meets abundant outdoor adventure. With world class skiing, miles of trails and rivers to explore, Steamboat Springs also offers an incredible arts and entertainment scene. There is something for everyone. https://www.steamboatchamber.com

INTERESTED?
Submit cover letter, resume to hnyouth@catholicsteamboat.org no later than August 31st, 2018.


Director of Youth Ministry

Posted June 20, 2018

Immaculate Heart of Mary, Grand Junction, CO

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish is a 1800 family parish in the Grand Valley near the confluence of the Colorado River and the Gunnison Rivers.  We are looking for an evangelization oriented full-time Youth Minister.

Our Youth Ministry is a Catholic outreach whose mission is to share the hope and joy of the gospel with our youth. Trained in Church teaching, prayer, sacred Scripture, evangelization, and discipleship, our youth minister seeks to encounter youth in friendship where they are, inviting them into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church, and accompanying them as they pursue lives of virtue and excellence as Catholics. Through Bible studies, outreach events, mission trips, and one-on-one discipleship, missionaries inspire and build up youth in the faith, sending them out to spread the good news to their spheres of influence (family, friends, and fellow students) to live out the Great Commission: Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations (Mt. 28:19).

To support the Vision as described above, see position requirements/attributes as listed below.

Youth Ministry outreach professionals at IHM will possess the following attributes:

Ministry & Catechesis

Sees this position as a ministry vs. job
Demonstrates Fruits of the Spirit
Lives a deep and active faith
Understands evangelization
On fire for bringing youth to Christ & Church, able to share personal faith
Background in educational methods
Strong Relational Ministry philosophy
Grasp of Church teaching & social doctrine
Bachelor’s in Theology or Catechetics
Able to grow community of Intentional Disciples
Willing to learn/take constructive criticism
Outgoing and joy-filled demeanor

Administrative

Organized
Responsible and timely
Team Player
Event/program planning experience
Leadership ability
Adaptable to procedures, etc.
Charitable
Available to staff for questions, etc.
Effective communication skills
Help build community among staff

Summary of Responsibilities

College Newman Club:
We are hoping to bring FOCUS Ministry to the campus, but, until that happens, this position will be responsible, along with parish staff team members, for evangelization efforts on campus, building community in the CMU Newman Club, empowering and guiding student leaders, facilitating with them the Awakening and Welcome Retreats, various study and discussion groups, participating in the 6 p.m. IHM College Mass, seeking collaborative opportunities with  Parish events and programs, and maintaining the Newman House.

Palisade High School Newman Club
Facilitate and teach at weekly meetings (pizza lunch) and provide short evangelistic/catechetical content.  Support and develop existent leadership and bridge to their respective parish youth groups.

Middle School Youth Ministry
Support and oversee support staff efforts by harmonizing all youth ministry with the Basic Vision.

High School, Parish-Based Youth Group
Initiate and build a community of faith, with the extant group of youth, in accord with the Basic Vision.  This group meets at the parish on a weekly basis.

Coordinate with Holy Family School
Coordinate with the School in its offering of Youth Ministry in accord with the Vision.

Confirmation Program
Revamp and maintain the Confirmation program in accord with the Valley Pastor’s agreement for the requirements of Confirmation programs in the Grand Valley.

More Information
If you desire more information, call or write for a job description, and or ask questions at:

Rev. Donald P. Malin
790 26 ½ Road
Grand Junction, CO 81506

970-242-6121
Or:
frdonmalin@gmail.com

 


Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Posted May 7, 2018

Holy Name Parish, Steamboat Springs, CO

Job Type: Full Time Position
Location: Steamboat Springs, Colorado
www.catholicsteamboat.com

Would you like to be part of a growing parish in a booming community. Holy Name Parish in Steamboat Springs is looking for their next Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. In this position you’ll develop programs and lead volunteer teams for middle school (6th-8th), high school (9th-12th) and young adult (18-35) ministries. In addition this position has the opportunity to impact the school community and work with other churches in reaching out to all the youth and young adults in town. You’ll also have the opportunity for spiritual growth, professional development and networking with a dynamic archdiocese.

Requirements:
– Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Studies, or related field. Or, possess a certificate in
Catholic Youth Ministry.
– At least two years experience in Catholic Youth Ministry.
This position offers:
– Competitive salary
– Benefits
– One on one coaching
– Professional and spiritual development
– Flexible work hours
– Warm and supportive community

THE PARISH
Holy Name Catholic Church, centered in Jesus Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit, is a diverse mountain community located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado (Ski Town USA). It is the mission of our parish to live the compassionate presence of Jesus by reaching out to everyone with open arms and hearts. It’s new church, completed 3 years ago, and its dynamic community is drawing many people back to faith. Holy Name Catholic Church is a part of the Archdiocese of Denver which observes the restored order of the Initiation Sacraments. Confirmation is offered to 3rd graders and older, which opens the opportunity for much creativity within youth ministry.

THE LOCATION
Steamboat Springs lies in Colorado’s Yampa Valley about 160 miles northwest of Denver. Steamboat has a unique mix of Rocky Mountain culture, with rodeo and kayak competitions, modern technology, winter Olympians and friendly locals. It offers world class skiing and fly-fishing, miles of hiking and biking trails and rivers to explore, and an impressive arts and entertainment scene. All of this is packaged up in an inviting, laid back atmosphere in this historic Colorado resort town, where western heritage meets abundant outdoor adventure.
https://www.steamboatchamber.com

INTERESTED?
Please submit an Archdiocesan application (application form located on http://archden.org/careers), resume and cover letter, sent via email no later than May 15th, 2018 to: hnyouth@catholicsteamboat.org (Please include “Applicant-Youth Minster” in the subject line)

Finalists will be screened for Criminal Background, Employment/Education Verification, and
Motor Vehicle Records (if position requires driving as an essential function of the job)

Georgia

Youth Minister

Posted June 1, 2018

St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church, Grovetown, GA

Brief Description
The youth minister is responsible for leading Christ-centered Youth Ministry for middle (Edge) and high school (Life Teen) aged students. The Youth Minister works with a team of volunteers to lead youth closer to Christ through Life Nights, Edge Nights, retreats, conferences, service projects, etc. Our goal is to create young disciples of Jesus, who boldly share Him with others.

Responsibilities

  • Create an annual calendar of events
  • Plan and facilitate Life Nights and Edge Nights
  • Create and adhere to an annual budget
  • Maintain proper communication with youth and parents
  • Recruit, train, and manage a team of volunteers who share in ministering to the youth
  • Coordinate fundraisers
  • Plan and carry-out annual retreat(s)
  • Coordinate all facets of trip/conferences
  • Advertise events through the various means of communication (bulletin, parish website, social media, etc.)
  • Maintain an open line of communication with the pastor regarding the status and future of the ministry.

 

Qualifications
Degree in Theology or Youth Ministry preferred. Experience in Catholic Youth Ministry required.  Must be a fully-initiated and practicing Catholic.

Applicants
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to the Pastoral Assistant, Terri Vigna tvigna@st-teresa.com

ABOUT THE EMPLOYER
St. Teresa of Avila is a vibrant and active parish of nearly 2200 families located in the greater Augusta area.  It is a parish within the Diocese of Savannah.

Illinois

Missionary Discipleship Internship 

Posted February 12, 2019

Catholic Sports Camps, Oak Brook, IL

LOCATION OF POSITION
Oak Brook, IL and the Greater Chicagoland Area

DURATION OF INTERNSHIP
Flexible start & end dates; should adhere as closely as possible to 2019 Camp Schedule (as follows):
Soccer: June 9-12, 2019
Hockey- Springfield: June 23-26, 2019
Football: June 30-July 3, 2019
Hockey- Darien: July 14-17, 2019
Basketball: July 21-24, 2019
Baseball: July 28-31, 2019
Cross Country: August 4-7, 2019
Volleyball: August 4-7, 2019

START DATE
Flexible, but starting as camps begin in early June 2019

CATHOLIC SPORTS CAMPS MISSION
Catholic Sports Camps (CSC) are faith-filled experiences where leaders are built, sports are played, and faith is strengthened. As a nonprofit organization, our mission is to impact our Catholic faith by changing the future of one sports camper at a time. Each camp/retreat is designed to be a fun, inspiring, and challenging week of sports with the integration of learning about the Catholic faith. Mass, Confession, and Eucharistic Adoration are offered daily. Campers are also instructed on the power of sacramentals – like how to pray the Rosary.

WHY WORK WITH US?
– Serve at a fast-growing ministry focused on spreading the Good News of the Gospel, playing sports and having fun
– Experience a hands-on internship: working directly with Catholic Sports Camps leadership, camp youth  participants, participants’ parents and coaches/counselors
– Your work will be meaningful and what you do actually matters and affects our camper’s faith in Jesus!

GOALS OF INTERNSHIP

– Evangelize Campers, Camp Volunteers, & Parents
– Build deeper relationships with youth ministry groups in the area
– Assist in the development of relationships with Holy Spirit inspired Apostolates across the country
– Train campers to a higher level of skill development in their respective sports
– Assist in the baptism of the holy spirit by laying hands on campers and asking the holy spirit to fall on campers

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

In Camps:
o Be present at the camps to minister as disciples for the campers throughout the day as small group
leaders, age group mentors during sports activities, lunchtime buddies, etc.
o If athletically inclined, help lead sports skills and techniques stations and/or conditioning components
for campers with coaches and other counselors
o For camps that have overnight components, guide relationship building to take place with the campers
in the evening during Eucharistic Adoration and small group time
o Lead spiritual formation for camp counselors and coaches after camps conclude for the day
o Provide witness talks for participants’ parents after daily mass on select days
Out of Camps (Off-Days):
o Assist with CSC operations, marketing, camp preparation, and other duties as assigned by Director of
Operations

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
– A love for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and a passion to share His Love with others!
– Missionary Discipleship training and formation
– Appropriate certification/credentials for interacting with youth (Protecting God’s Children or equivalent)
– Currently working to obtain (or have obtained) a Bachelor’s degree
– Strong written and verbal communication abilities.
– Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize work load
– Proven attention to detail.
– Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, social media and/or website maintenance preferred

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
To be considered for the position, please submit the following:
1. A cover letter describing your interest in Catholic Sports Camps and our Mission
2. A resume summarizing your professional and educational background. This can be done by emailing your
resume to csimon@spiritmco.com

LODGING AND OTHER INFORMATION
Participants will have a place to live at host family houses (5 houses within 30 minutes of each of the above camps) and
will likely be able to borrow a car during the above camp periods (or catch a ride with a camp family and/or fellow
counselor.) Internship participants will need to fundraise for travel and other expenses but will also receive a stipend for
their work. For college athletes, resources for the ability and time to train will be allotted to ensure proper development
over these summer months.

Campus Mentor

Posted February 4, 2019

WeDignify, Champaign, IL

WeDignify
We envision college campuses to be centers for a culture of life where people treat life with love, new life is welcomed with joy, and people suffering from abortion are led to healing hope.

Our mission is to mentor college students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders, so they can build and nurture a culture of life on campus and in their future communities.

Why Campus Mentors?
The complexity of abortion demands a dynamic response. The prevalent, personal tragedy of abortion demands a relational response. The hostility against a culture of life demands both education and leadership formation. Dynamic, relational Campus Mentors transform students to change culture and save lives.

What is a Campus Mentor’s Job? A Campus Mentor (CM) mentors students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders through:
Mentoring: form student mentees in pro-life virtues and leadership skills through 1 on 1 meetings.
Small Groups: teach student small groups (5-8) weDignify’s pro-life curriculum through weekly meetings. A CM oversees or facilitates multiple small groups and advances students in leadership.
Chapters: CM’s guide student Chapters, especially Core team leaders. Student Chapters have 3 pillars (education, service, and activism) that guide their actions to build a culture of life on campus. All actions are conducted through weDignify’s Dialogue with DignityTM philosophy.
Events: weDignify provides broadscale events that educate, equip, and empower students from all our Chapters and beyond. A CM brings students and provides event support.

How does weDignify support a Campus Mentor?
WeDignify is dedicated to people and that starts with our team members first. Our support includes summer training, weekly mentorship, semester retreats, team time, and more!

How is a Campus Mentor funded? Through proven training, a CM builds a support team from people the CM knows. Support team members join in weDignify’s mission by financially investing to send the CM to campus. Every CM who has followed weDignify’s training has successfully raised his/her salary. To support a new CM is building his/her support team, weDignify invests in the CM’s salary (up to 34% in the 1st year) and then incrementally decreases. Each year’s details are defined in the Support Raising Policy.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org 

Campus Mentor Candidates Are:
● Passionate about weDignify’s vision, mission, and symbol – the yellow umbrella
● Willing to learn and implement weDignify methodology
● Growing in leadership skills and virtues
● Possess strong interpersonal skills (including relationship building & community building)
● Additional skills: organized, takes initiative, independent worker, proactive, & mature

Particulars
Start Date: May 2019 (exact date TBD)
● Prior to start requirements: Attend April Welcome Weekend (April 12-14) and Support Raising preparation, including, but not limited to readings & reflections.
Location – This is not a desk job.
● Campus Placement is determined in the Spring prior to start date.
● During school year, must live near campus, not exceeding a 25 minute commute.
Schedule – This is not a 9-5 job.
● Your schedule is determined each academic session. To maximize mentoring students & building relationships, it includes evenings & weekend time. Although, you are required to set aside 2 weekday nights not working beyond 6pm for yourself.
● Summer time varies based on support raising.
Starting Salary range: $30,000 – $35,000

Application

DEADLINE: February 15th at 5pm
To apply, submit the following as one .pdf attachment to Morgan at M.Korth@wedignify.org:
● Page 1: Cover Letter
● Page 2: Resumé
● Page 3: 3 References including names, emails, & phone numbers for 2 Professionals (include job title) & 1 Personal (include how you know this person)
● Page 4: In 1 page or less, write on one of weDignify’s leadership skills (Composure, How to Motivate Others, or Quality Decision Making). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your proficiency in that skill.
● Page 5: In 1 page or less, write on one weDignify’s virtues (Humility, Empathy, Willingness to Grow and Sacrifice, or Vision-Driven). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your understanding of this virtue.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org


Director of Mission Formation

Posted February 4, 2019

WeDignify, Champaign, IL

WeDignify
We envision college campuses to be centers for a culture of life where people treat life with love, new life is welcomed with joy, and people suffering from abortion are led to healing hope.

Our mission is to mentor college students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders, so they can build and nurture a culture of life on campus and in their future communities.

Why a Director of Mission Formation?
The complexity of abortion demands a dynamic response. The prevalent, personal tragedy of abortion demands a relational response. The hostility against a culture of life demands both education and leadership formation. Dynamic, relational Campus Mentors transform students to change culture and save lives.

What is a Director of Mission Formation’s Job?
A Director of Mission Formation(DMF) oversees mentors who form students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders through:
Mentoring: form student mentees in pro-life virtuous and leadership skills through 1 on 1 meetings.
Small Groups: teach student small groups (5-8) weDignify’s pro-life curriculum through weekly meetings. A DMF oversees or facilitates multiple small groups and advances students in leadership.
Chapters: DMF’s guide student Chapters, especially Core team leaders. Student Chapters have 3 pillars (education, service, and activism) that guide their actions to build a culture of life on campus. All actions are conducted through weDignify’s Dialogue with DignityTM philosophy.
Events: weDignify provides broadscale events that educate, equip, and empower students from all our Chapters and beyond. A DMF brings students and provides event support.

How does weDignify support a Campus Mentor?
WeDignify is dedicated to people and that starts with our team members first. Our support includes summer training, weekly mentorship, semester retreats, team time, and more!

How is a Director of Mission Formation funded?
Through proven training, a DMF builds a support team from people the DMF knows. Support team members join in weDignify’s mission by financially investing to send the DMF to campus. Every DMF who has followed weDignify’s training has successfully raised his/her salary. To support a new DMF is building his/her support team, weDignify invests in the DMF’s salary (up to 34% in the 1st year) and then incrementally decreases. Each year’s details are defined in the Support Raising Policy.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org

Director of Mission Formation Candidates Are:
● Passionate about weDignify’s vision, mission, and symbol – the yellow umbrella
● Willing to learn and implement weDignify methodology
● Growing in leadership skills and virtues
● Possess strong interpersonal skills (including relationship building & community building)
● Additional skills: organized, takes initiative, independent worker, proactive, & mature
● Experience in project management

Particulars

Start Date: March 2019 (exact date TBD)
● Prior to start requirements: Attend April 13 Chicago event
Location – Champaign, IL
Schedule – This is not a 9-5 job.
● Your schedule is determined each academic session. To maximize mentoring students & building relationships, it includes evenings & weekend time. Although, you are required to set aside 2 weekday nights not working beyond 6pm for yourself.
● Summer time varies based on support raising.
Starting Salary range: $30,000 – $35,000

Application
***Application reviewed upon receipt, but not last submission day:
DEADLINE: February 15th at 5pm
To apply, submit the following as one .pdf attachment to Morgan at M.Korth@wedignify.org:
● Page 1: Cover Letter
● Page 2: Resumé
● Page 3: 3 References including names, emails, & phone numbers for 2 Professionals (include job title) & 1 Personal (include how you know this person)
● Page 4: In 1 page or less, write on one of weDignify’s leadership skills (Composure, How to Motivate Others, or Quality Decision Making). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your proficiency in that skill.
● Page 5: In 1 page or less, write on one weDignify’s virtues (Humility, Empathy, Willingness to Grow and Sacrifice, and Vision-Driven). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your understanding of this virtue.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org

Indiana

Youth Coordinator

Posted November 26, 2018

St. Patrick Catholic Church, Kokomo, IN

St Patrick is searching for a youth coordinator. The successful candidate will plan and execute religious education and faith formation programs for children grades 6 through 12.  Qualified candidates must possess knowledge of the Catholic faith, strong supervisory, administrative,  organization leadership and program planning experience.  The position will require evening and weekend work.

Please contact Bev Stout at beverlys@stpatrick-kokomo.org or 765-454-7179.


Program Manager 

Posted August 3, 2018

Right to Life St. Joseph County, South Bend, IN

Position Overview
Serve the local pro-life mission through the continued development and implementation of a wide variety of community programming rooted in outreach, education, advocacy, and prayer.

General Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with office staff, board members, and volunteer committees to plan, promote, and execute various projects, events, programs, and activities
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and protocol manuals pertaining to programs, projects, and events (in conjunction with detailed data maintained by the office manager)
  • Oversee the organization’s communications and the communications manager position to effectively share the pro-life message through weekly e-mails, quarterly newsletters, website resources, and regular social media activity
  • Work with the director, president, and state affiliates to design and implement strong crisis management strategies, preventatively and in direct response to threats against innocent human life.
  • Facilitate the work of special task forces (in conjunction with the director)
  • Work with communications manager, director, media consultants, and media representatives to develop, design, and manage the organization’s comprehensive media campaigns
  • Develop and/or maintain innovative, educational resources to serve the specific needs of the local pro-life movement
  • Manage “grass-roots” advocacy efforts contributing to proper protections of vulnerable populations against abortion and physician-assisted suicide/euthanasia on the local, state, and national levels.
  • Network with other agencies and organizations relative to projects, programs, and events
  • Provide a written report to the director at the end of each month that includes updates on all current activities

Specific Responsibilities
(Primarily under the management of this position; shared by director/communications manager and supported by office manager and volunteers)

Annual Events

  • Pro-Life Signature Ad (January)
  • March for Life and Rally ~ South Bend (January)
  • Youth and Adult Life Defenders Boot Camp (February)
  • Teen Essay Contest (April)
  • Brother John Lavelle, C.S.C. College Scholarship (April)
  • Respect Life Prayer Dinner (April)
  • Mother’s Day Flower Sale (May-currently volunteer-run) 4-H Fair and Other Public Education Activities (Summer)
  • Annual Right to Life Benefit Dinner (October)
  • Volunteer Christmas Luncheon (December)
  • Other special events (prayer, donor-related, vigils, celebrations, etc.)

Programs and Projects

  • Life Team School Presentations
  • Crisis Pregnancy Outreach (including sidewalk outreach)
  • Church Outreach Program
  • Minority Outreach Program
  • Youth Outreach
  • Post Abortion Outreach (referral network)
  • Advocacy Projects (rallies, petitions, peaceful protests, etc.)
  • Legislative Projects

Any interested applicants can send resumes and cover letters to Antonio at amarchi@prolifemichiana.org.

 


Director of Young Adult Ministry

Posted June 1, 2018 
St. Therese Little Flower Parish, South Bend, IN
St. Therese Little Flower parish seeks a part-time Director of Young Adult Ministry & Faith Formation to help parishioners ages 18-39 of any state in life as they engage in the life of the parish and grow in faith together.  As a committed Catholic, this director will work closely with the pastor and Director of Evangelization as they plan, organize and implement various activities that foster community, evangelization, and ultimately faithful discipleship.  The Director of Catechesis also works with other members of the parish staff to foster cohesiveness among all ministries and to co-ordinate parish-wide efforts.  An advanced degree in ministry is a strong asset, but not required.  Hours are estimated to be 20-25 hours per week (average).  For inquiries, please contact the parish office at 574-272-7070 or email Father Coonan at: fatherterry@littleflowerchurch.org.

South Bend, IN


Residence Hall Director – Female Residence Halls

Posted May 9, 2018

Holy Cross College, Notre Dame, IN

Department:  Residence Life and Housing
Reports to:  Director of Residence Life and Housing
FLSA:  Exempt

Holy Cross College’s Mission: The Mission of Holy Cross College is to educate and form global citizens with the competence to see and the courage to act. Holy Cross is a Catholic college that advances the apostolic mission of the Brothers of Holy Cross. Our practical, experiential, liberal arts curriculum applies timeless truths to contemporary life and leads people to wholeness in the image of Christ.

Our hiring practices reflect this missional commitment to being a Christ-centered institution.

Typical Schedule: This is a 12 month, live-in position beginning July 1, 2018.

Purpose: A Hall Director position at Holy Cross College serves as the community leader for the female residential communities, consisting of 2 residence halls with 120-130 total residents, within the Division of Student Life. The Hall Director is responsible for working closely with other Residence Life and Housing staff members and students to develop and maintain an atmosphere that promotes academic, personal, and social growth.  As an employee of the Residence Life & Housing Department, each Hall Director will administer and enforce policies and procedures as outlined in the Hall Director Manual, Residence Life Contract, and the Holy Cross College Student Code of Conduct.  Hall Directors additionally provide a welcoming and positive atmosphere through programming in the residence halls and a ministry of presence.  The responsibilities listed will be carried out under the supervision of the Director of Residence Life & Housing.

In this position, the mission is to provide the highest quality experience to Holy Cross Students.  The goal is to transition students into educational partners who understand that each student is responsible for his/her own experience. This is accomplished through providing an environment where students experience life through challenge, responsibility, academic inquiry, service, discernment and community.

A commitment to open communication and regular contact with the residents and Residence Life Staff members is crucial to building a proactive residence hall program which helps to promote an environment that supports the mission of the College. The Hall Director position can be categorized in four main areas:

Essential Job Duties:

  • All administrators, faculty and staff are called to assist students in their formation to be Christ-like students and thus must embrace and advance the Holy Cross mission of the College in all professional activities.

Chief Administrator:

  • Attend regular meetings for ongoing supervision developmental opportunities
  • Collaborate with Director of Residence Life & Housing to accomplish essential administrative tasks
  • Assist with the recruitment, training and development of the RA staff
  • Facilitate in the annual Hall Staff Orientation and Trainings
  • Coach, mentor and supervise Hall Staff
  • Serve in a rotation with other Hall Director as the Hall Director On-Call for entire campus
  • Enforce policies and procedures for the residential community
  • Oversee stewardship of finances for respective residential communities
  • Collaborate on repair/maintenance of the facility
  • Coordinate all communication, with supervisor, supervisees and residents

Community Builder: 

  • Provide opportunities for Hall Staff team bonding/relationship building
  • Conduct hall meetings (opening, closing, and as needed)
  • Challenge and support resident assistants in their efforts to build community through residential interaction and programming
  • Create opportunities to interact informally on a regular basis with residents
  • Know all residents by name
  • Reach out in intentional ways to students disconnected from the community
  • Create opportunities to highlight and celebrate the diversity of the residents
  • Support the development of signature events unique to each community
  • Participate in the Office of Residence Life & Housing’s Programming Model and ensure RA’s Participation
  • Attend community programs and College events in which residents participate

Pastoral Leader: 

  • Serve as an active and visible witness of a committed Christian
  • Promote opportunities for vibrant Catholic worship
  • Collaborate with College partners to design opportunities to integrate faith
  • Establish a “ministry of presence”
  • Reach out to residents, especially marginalized or vulnerable students
  • Meet one-on-one with all first year students during the first semester and continue those relationships
  • Mediate conflict resolution among residents and with parents
  • Provide pastoral care and counseling
  • Employ crisis management with students of concern and document
  • Collaborate with the student affairs professionals, faculty, staff and parents
  • Implement discipline consistent with College Student Handbook and document

College Resource:

  • Serve as the liaison for faculty, staff and parents
  • Acquire and enhance understanding of College structure and resources
  • Communicate information and make referrals for residents as needed
  • Collaborate with Student Affairs departments and critical College partners
  • Share information with the Deputy Title IX Coordinator and CARE Team as needed
  • Serve as a member of annual task groups, on College committee, or advise College clubs or organizations
  • Serve as a presenter during summer Saints Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) days

Day to Day Responsibilities:
While each day may vary greatly in this role where a Hall Director is working daily with college students, the following are some of the expectations that can be expected:

  • Weekly staff meetings with the Director of Residence Life & Housing and the other Hall Director
  • Bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with the Director of Residence Life & Housing
  • Weekly staff meetings with the resident assistant staff the Hall Director supervises
  • Bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with each individual Resident Assistant the Hall Director supervises
  • Monthly Development Meeting with entire Hall Staff (Director, Hall Director, Resident Assistants)
  • 15-20 Office Hours per week, to promote availability to residents.
  • Conduct meetings as necessary
  • Bi-Weekly Student Life Team Meetings, with Senior Vice President and other members of Student Life
  • On-Call responsibilities for all of campus two weeknights a week and every other weekend (Fri-Sun)

Minimum Education, Skills, and Ability: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree

Interested candidates should submit resume, cover letter and three references (names and contact information) via email to Human Resources hr@hcc-nd.edu


Associate Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Posted May 7, 2018

City Parishes (Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Benedict, St. Joseph, St. Margaret Mary, St. Patrick) of Terre Haute, IN

Job Description

Identifying Information
Position Title:   Associate Coordinator of Youth Ministry (AYM)
Status: Full-time (40 hrs/wk.), with flexibility including evenings and weekends,12 months
Accountable to: Coordinator of Youth Ministry and the Youth Ministry Supervisor
Collaborates with: Youth Ministry Commission, Volunteers & Youth

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
The Associate Coordinator of Youth Ministry will work collaboratively with the Coordinator of Youth Ministry (CYM) to facilitate a Total Youth Ministry program for the city parishes of Terre Haute, Grades 9-12.  This includes, but is not limited to: religious education and Confirmation program, retreats and prayer, service projects, leadership development of students and volunteers, and fundraising.

Vision
The AYM will:

    1. Work with the CYM to assess the needs, interests, attitudes and beliefs of youth as a whole in the city.
    2. Assist the CYM in the planning, organization, implementation, and evaluation of pastoral ministry for youth based on goals and the eight components of Total Youth Ministry (attached).
    3. Provide or oversee outreach to alienated youth.
    4. Determine effective means for publicizing and promoting youth ministry in parishes.
    5. Work to involve youth in the life of their respective parishes.

Communication and Collaboration
The AYM will:

    1. Participate in staff meetings at parishes once a month when requested by the CYM.
    2. Meet approximately 2 times a year with the CYM and pastors/PLC for the purpose of planning and evaluation.
    3. Participate in Youth Commission meetings monthly.
    4. Work collaboratively with the CYM.
    5. Communicate and collaborate with parish organizations, deanery offices, archdiocesan agencies, national organizations and other community youth-serving organizations.
    6. Maintain appropriate confidentiality in all relationships.

Program Planning and Evaluation
The AYM will:

    1. Assist in coordinating:
      1. Youth & Confirmation classes
      2. Retreats
      3. Prayer and worship experiences
      4. Justice and service projects
      5. Youth leadership development
    2. Assist with the coordination of large area, archdiocesan, national, and international events such as Senior Retreat, NCYC, and World Youth Day.
    3. Arrange for facility set up and maintenance as needed.
    4. Assist with fundraising.

At the discretion of the CYM, the AYM could be delegated to execute certain elements of the youth ministry program.

Relational Ministry with Youth & Families
The AYM will:

    1. Be visible, available, and accessible to youth and their families.
    2. Provide outreach ministry to schools and other places where youth congregate.
    3. Reach out to youth, particularly those who are alienated.
    4. Establish a network for counseling and referrals.
    5. Support, encourage, and educate families of youth.
    6. Attend major parish events and liturgies when necessary.

Program Recruitment and Formation
The AYM will assist in:

    1. Encouraging, promoting and identifying youth and adult leaders.
    2. Providing youth ministry training and opportunities for spiritual development for leaders/catechists.
    3. Coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the efforts of youth and adult leaders on an ongoing basis.

Program Administration
The AYM will assist in:

    1. Maintaining necessary office and program records.
    2. Submitting monthly reports regarding programs and finance to Youth Commission and parish leadership.
    3. Implementing diocesan and parish policies as applicable.
    4. Safeguarding all sensitive information.

Supervision

    1. Day to day supervision will be provided by the CYM.
    2. The AYM is directly accountable to the CYM and the Youth Ministry Supervisor.
    3. Annual evaluations will take place with the Youth Ministry Supervisor with input sought from the CYM, Youth Commission and individual pastors/PLC.

Professional Development
The AYM will:

    1. Participate in an annual experience in spiritual growth, such as a retreat or day of prayer.
    2. Participate in professional development opportunities.
    3. Participate in annual process of appraisal.

Job Specifications
The AYM:

    1. Must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing and sensitive to a variety of Catholic experiences.  He/she should strive to always be a person of faith, giving witness through example, prayer and study. Must be unbiased toward the Church and willing to work cooperatively in its endeavor.
    2. Is expected to be familiar with documents relating to Total Catholic Youth Ministry.
    3. Must be self-initiating and possess good organizational skills; be able to work cooperatively with the coordinator, parish staff, and volunteers. Should possess good public relations skills and be able to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, in a positive, professional manner.
    4. Must be willing to travel by car to parishes and be available on weekends and evenings as realistically needed.  Access to and use of a personal car is required.
    5. Due to the nature of the job requirements, the AYM must live in the area.
    6. Will adhere to all provisions of the personnel and other policies of the diocese in the fulfillment of this position description.

Resumes can be sent to Barb Black at barb@shjth.org.

Kansas

Summer Missionary

Posted September 11, 2018

Diocese of Dodge City, KS

The Diocese of Dodge City is mission territory, and the good people that live here need college students who are bold enough to share the Gospel with them.
A summer spent on a mission team will include hard work, serious fun, and a deeper relationship with Christ. Whether it be through corporal or spiritual acts of mercy, this summer stands to be powerful for you and for the diocese.
Are you ready?
Now taking applications for the Summer of 2019

Curia Intern

Posted September 11, 2018

Diocese of Dodge City, KS

The Curia Internship offers opportunities to live out one’s baptismal call and to support others in responding to their own.

The internship affords the possibility for personal development and formation that allows the intern to impact lives, experience ministry to the Church that is uniquely “diocesan”; work closely with others engaged in lay ministry; to be mentored by a young adult involved in ministry, and to be coached by a ministry coach.
The intern stands to gain valuable experience in a professional setting by working with a broad spectrum of individuals, learning to navigate the ambiguities of a developing position, and facing the challenge of keeping Christ at the center whether it be hands-on or behind the scenes.
The Curia Internship is designed each year to recognize the talents, skills, experiences and interests of the intern as these interface with the goals and needs of the Diocese.
Now taking applications for the year term that begins in the summer of 2019
Louisiana

Development Director

Posted June 1, 2018

Family Missions Company, Abbeville, LA

Family Missions Company (FMC) is committed to preaching the Gospel and Serving the Poor in some of the neediest communities on earth. FMC is experiencing exponential growth, which continues to present exciting new opportunities for our apostolate. We are stretched to keep our operational funding apace with our ministry growth as we need to expand staff and infrastructure to support this ever-growing missionary family. As such, we are looking for an excellent Development Director.

FMC is, as all non-profits are, a business. That said, we are a ministry and apostolate first, a group of lay Catholics responding with all our strength and energies to the Great Commission of JESUS, and living this call in a particular way. In short, FMC is special ministry, and we are not simply seeking a development director, but more so the RIGHT development person. This person would need to be passionate about Jesus, passionate about fulfilling the Great Commission, and excited about what God is doing at FMC.

The right Development Director will: have an authentic relationship with the LORD, exhibit excellent interpersonal skills, possess qualities for leadership, be a team player, a quick learner, a great communicator, and enjoy exceeding goals. This person should be organized, and possess a great business/growth mindset, as well as an above average work ethic. Training in development would be a perk, but not necessary.

He or she will have the opportunity to live among other FMC staff and missionaries in authentic, vibrant Catholic community at our scenic Big Woods mission base. This position will also provide a meaningful opportunity to make a real impact in building God’s Kingdom while growing spiritually and professionally.

Development Director Roles/Responsibilities

  • Passionate about Jesus; Passionate about fulfilling the Great Commission, Passionate about the work and growth of FMC and FMC missionaries.

  • Represent FMC and communicate clearly and effectively the mission and work of FMC across the globe.

  • Collaborate closely with FMC Executive Director in promoting strategic donor development and partnerships.

  • Create new and foster existing donor relationships, involvement and connectivity between FMC and Donors with high capacity for supporting the work of FMC.

  • Seek out new potential supporters and initiate relationships and ministry partnerships. (This provides the opportunity for travel, with a goal of 15 to 20 face-to-face donor visits each month.)

  • Collaborate in the coordination of an Annual Mission Trip for strategic partners.

  • Be responsible for training and coaching new missionaries to reach their financial goals before heading into the field.

  • Assist in relationship development and follow up on potential large donor connections created by Mission Trips, Retreats, Faith Camp, etc. or as shared by FMC missionaries.

  • Oversee and develop Mission Appeal opportunities for FMC, and be available, when needed, to make mission appeals for FMC.

  • Effectively collaborate with and lead/oversee development related staff in achieving the overall development goals of FMC.

  • Receive training and maintain excellence in the discipline of fundraising for non-profits.

 

Applicants are welcome to send a resume and references to office@familymissionscompany.com

Michigan

Catholic Faith Teacher and Faith Formation Coordinator

Posted January 23, 2018

Holy Name Catholic School, Escanaba, MI 

Holy Name Catholic School is seeking a long-term, full-time substitute middle school religion teacher and faith formation coordinator for the school. The position will begin late February and run through the end of the school year (June 7th).

In addition to teaching the 6th, 7th and 8th grade Catholic Faith classes, this person will also be responsible for school-wide faith formation activities. This includes, but is not limited to, overseeing the Virtues in Practice program, Mass prep, Holy Day events, retreats and other aspects that pertain to the overall faith formation of the students, staff and school.

Requirements:
This person must be a faithful, practicing Catholic, preferably with teaching experience and theology training. The opportunity to apply for this position for the 2020-2021 school year as a full-time position would require a Bachelor’s degree in Catholic Studies or an equivalent degree.

Holy Name Catholic School is located in Escanaba, in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The school includes students in pre-K through 8th grade and currently serves 333 students. We strive to create a school where it is “Cool to be Catholic” in an atmosphere where teachers know that students do not care what you know until they know how much you care!

If you would like to be considered for this important role in our school, please submit a letter of interest, describing your personal relationship with Jesus and His Church, along with a resume to Joseph L. Carlson, Holy Name Catholic School, 409 South 22nd Street, Escanaba, MI 49829 or you can e-mail it to jcarlson@holynamecrusaders.com. Applications are being accepted through February 1, 2019

Minnesota

Youth Ministry

Posted February 12, 2019

Annunciation Catholic Church, Minneapolis, MN

Location: Annunciation Catholic Church
509 54th St W 
Minneapolis, MN 55419

Benefits: Included
Enrollment: 1-100
Experience: Required
Minnesota Teacher’s License: Required
Number of Faculty: 1-25
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
Work Commitment: Full-Time
Number of Parishioners: 0-1,000
Deadline: 03/15/2019

Job Description
Representative Responsibilities

1. Junior High Ministry (7th and 8th grade)
a. Faith and Virtue Formation – In cooperation with Peer Ministers and Adult Volunteers, offer opportunities for youth to encounter Christ through:
i. Large group meetings
ii. Prayer opportunities
1. Mass
2. Adoration
3. Confession
iii. Small group meetings (e.g. Discipleship groups)
iv. Retreats / Archdiocesan events
v. Extreme Faith camp
vi. Service opportunities
1. Monthly Awareness in Action Afternoons; students are given the opportunity to use their talents and energy to assist in the work of a service organization.
vii. Fellowship events

2. Senior High Ministry (9th – 12th grade)
a. Faith and Virtue Formation – In cooperation with Adult Volunteers, offer opportunities for youth to encounter Christ through:
i. Large group meetings
ii. Prayer opportunities
1. Mass
2. Adoration
3. Confession
iii. Small group meetings (e.g. Discipleship groups)
iv. Retreats / Conferences
v. Lifeline Masses
vi. Archdiocesan Youth Day
vii. Monthly service opportunities
viii. Fellowship events
ix. Special projects (Cancer Home Dinner, Haiti Christmas Box Drive, Medical kits, etc.)

3. Peer Ministry
a. Recruit, train, and provide on-going support for high school juniors and seniors who serve as members of the Peer Ministry Team.

4. Administration
a. Provides for specific on-going evaluation of programs.
b. Communicates regularly with youth and parents about ministry activities through social media, parish bulletins, flyers, direct mailings, e-mail, and the Annunciation website.
c. Responsible for the preparation and implementation of the AYM budget.
d. Maintains a database of youths in grades 7-12, alumni, adult volunteers, and young adults.
e. Coordinate fundraising efforts to support and supplement the parish subsidy to AYM and various youth ministry programs.

5. Leadership Development
a. Recruit, train, and provide on-going support for adult volunteers who serve in leadership and supervisory roles with Annunciation Youth as:
i. Small group leaders
ii. Service project supervisors
iii. Retreat leaders
iv. Trip leaders
v. Fellowship event leaders

6. Summer Mission Trip
a. Plan and lead annual summer mission trip
i. Work with Pastor to select location
ii. Recruit adult chaperones
iii. Oversee fundraising
iv. Administer registrations

7. Other Responsibilities
a. Attend a Sunday Mass at Annunciation
b. Attend all staff meetings as required
c. Maintain membership in professional organization and informal networking groups; participate in professional development opportunities
d. Other responsibilities identified as needed by the employee and approved and/or assigned by the supervisor.

The responsibilities listed above are representative of the job and are not inclusive.
Job Qualifications
1. Has a strong personal relationship with Jesus
2. Possess a love for the Catholic faith and has a strong desire to share the faith
3. Is a faithful, practicing Catholic (if married, the marriage is recognized by the Church)
4. Will be faithful to the Magisterium of the Church in his or her teaching
5. A degree from a Catholic university in Theology or Catholic Studies preferred
6. Love for the Eucharist / Adoration
7. Zeal for the salvation of souls
8. Experience leading evangelistic retreats
9. Able to lead worship with guitar preferred
10. Work well with youth of all ages
11. Comfortable praying with others
12. Computer skills required
13. Possess valid driver’s license
14. Possess the education/training to delegate, supervise and empower others
15. Successfully complete all Archdiocesan Essential Three
Institution Description
The Church of Annunciation is a dynamic, multi-generational neighborhood Roman Catholic church with a strong sense of community.

Believing all people need a Savior, we are called to PROCLAIM the Good News, and to offer a life-changing ENCOUNTER with Jesus. As a community of His disciples, filled with the Holy Spirit and loved by our Heavenly Father, we seek to BE CHRIST in all we do.

Contact Information
Jim Weiland
Business Administrator
Phone: 612-824-9993
Email: Click Here

 

Catholic Youth Minister (Full-Time)

Posted February 11, 2019

St. Andrew Church, Elk River, MN

Saint Andrew Catholic Church and School is seeking a joyful, outgoing disciple to help establish small-group/ relational youth ministry and support middle – and high-school faith formation activities in our growing parish. Must be a confirmed and practicing Catholic, pass a criminal background check and meet all other Safe Environment requirements of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Related degree and firsthand experience or training preferred.

Please submit your application materials no later than February 15, 2019, to:
Melissa Anderson,
Parish Business Administrator,
Saint Andrew Catholic Church,
566 4th Street NW,
Elk River, MN 55330
or melissaa@saint-andrew.net. Review of applications will begin immediately.

 

Director of Youth Ministry

Posted January 15, 2018

St. Peters Church, St. Peters, MN

Job Qualifications:
The Church of St. Peter in St. Peter is seeking a full-time dynamic Director of Youth Ministry that is passionate about leading teens into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and his Church. This position is responsible for both Junior High and High School Youth Ministry programs (EDGE & Life Teen) and coordinates Confirmation Preparation (11th grade). Relational ministry is at the utmost importance in this position, not only with the teens but with core members, parents, parishoners and staff. Candidates must have at least 2 years of Youth Ministry experience and a working knowledge of the EDGE and Life Teen ministry model. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in theology, catechetics, youth ministry or in another related field. The Director of Youth Ministry directly assists the pastor in the mission of the parish to be a disciple guiding disciples.

Salary: $30,000.00 to $35,000.00 /year

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide faith-forming prayer experiences with junior high and high school students.
  • Provide resources for staff faith development, and aids the pastor in implementation.
  • Direct EDGE Program for the 7th and 8th grade including selection of materials, recruitment and training of group leaders.
  • Direct Life-Teen program for 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th grade including selection of materials, recruitment and training of group leaders.
  • Direct Confirmation program according to Diocesan Guidelines and generally along the Life-Teen model.
  • Plan and lead at least two retreat experiences for the teens each year (eg. Fall retreat and Steubenville conferences).
  • Coordinate volunteers for Youth Masses.Develop and protect a climate for growth in faith and the Catholic Christian teachings and values in keeping with the Diocesan Safe Environment Program.
  • Work closely with the Faith Formation Director and Pastor to help facilitate an integrated, organized and comprehensive Faith Formation Programs.
  • Take responsibility for volunteer Faith Formation personnel through recruitment of team catechists and volunteers, aiding in catechist goal-setting, and modeling best teaching practices.
  • The position requires that the person: Have obtained at minimum bachelor of arts in education, religious education, Catholic theology or in related field. Must have practical experience in youth ministry.
  • Must have practical and appropriate educational experiences.
  • Must demonstrate evidence of good organization and communication skills.
  • Must have proficiency in technology skills.Must possess good people and relation skills.
  • Be knowledgeable and supportive of the Church of St. Peter Mission and Philosophy.
  • Be active, knowledgeable and supportive of the Catholic Faith and witness this to the community.
  • Work effectively and collegially with othersWork well with others maintaining a positive and helpful attitude even in chaotic times.
  • Make decisions in timely mannerWork without supervision, and discern when supervision is needed.
  • Take directions from the Pastor and effectively complete new programs, processes, and procedures as directed.Ability to problem solve and deal with conflict and adversity.
  • Take directions from the pastor and effectively complete new programs, processes, and procedures as directed.

Experience: LIfeTeen and Edge: 1 year (Required) Catholic Theology: 2 years (Required) Catholic Youth Ministry: 2 years (Required)

Education:
How to Apply: For more information or to apply online. For a complete position description or to submit resume and curriculum vitae contact Fr. Todd Petersen, todd.petersen@churchofstpeter.org.

Missouri

Youth Minister – St. Louis, MO

Posted February 11, 2019

Ablaze Ministries, St. Louis, MO

Job Type: Full-Time Position

URL: https://ablazeyouth.org/

ABOUT ABLAZE MINISTRIES
The mission of Ablaze Ministries is to implement the US Bishops’ vision of comprehensive youth ministry by engaging, nurturing, and empowering discipleship in young people, ministers, volunteers, and families.  

Ablaze Ministries enables schools and parishes of all sizes to sustain professional, cost-effective, and enthusiastic ministry rooted in prayer, fellowship, and formation. Our ministry enables collaboration of community parishes, highlighting the true connectedness of the universal Church.

Ablaze Ministries provides youth ministers with spiritual formation, professional training, and theological teaching. Our team of missionaries work together in community, sharing each other’s gifts and holding each other accountable to meet the needs and the call of the Catholic Church.

DESCRIPTION
The Youth Minister serves as a full time missionary with a two-year commitment. Ablaze Ministries provides summer training and time for fundraising before Youth Ministers enter into assigned parish ministry. Ablaze Ministries also provides mentorship for the duration of the fall and spring semesters. The Youth Minister is needed to creatively and energetically grow a youth ministry program, form intentional disciples, and present the faith in a way that is relevant to young people.

Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Each Youth Minister at Ablaze Ministries is expected to have a life of prayer and a continued effort to unite one’s heart to Christ. The Youth Minister is needed to develop and coordinate a high school or middle school program including implementation of a multifaceted youth program with catechesis, sacramental preparation, small groups, service experiences, retreats, prayer experiences, relational ministry, and teen-leadership formation.

Responsibilities of the Youth Minister will also include:
-Provide vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to young people in either middle school (7th – 8th grade) or high school (9th – 12th grade)
-Coordinate and lead weekly youth nights, monthly activities, catechesis, and retreats
-Support fellow Youth Ministers at Ablaze Ministries and their programs through collaboration and, if possible, participation in their events
-Participation in partner Youth Minister’s weekly youth nights
-Attend weekly Youth Minister meetings and occasional parish staff meetings
-Serve as the Ablaze Ministries liaison with the pastor, parish staff, and parish council
-Provide support for larger events hosted by the parish and Ablaze Ministries

EXPECTATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY
-A Bachelor’s degree, at minimum, is required to apply for this position
-Citizenship of the United States is required
-Experience in youth ministry is preferred
-Proficiency in Spanish is preferred
-Proficiency in social media and technology
-Salary is fundraised, so ability to work with Fundraising Coordinator to meet salary goals is required.
-Willingness to abide by Personal Conduct Agreement and Spiritual Covenant
-Committed disciple of Christ reflected in a life of pervasive prayer, devotion to the Eucharist, and a life of holiness.

HOW TO APPLY
Email McKenzie Dao at mckenzie@ablazeyouth.org for questions about this position. Applications may be submitted through our website at https://ablazeyouth.org/serve/missionary.

 

New Jersey

Life Teen Youth Minister

Posted January 23, 2018

Saint Mary, Mother of God Church, Middletown, NJ

Saint Mary, Mother of God Church in Middletown, New Jersey is looking for a spirit-filled Youth Minister who will be responsible for leading a successful LIFE TEEN & EDGE program. The Mission of Life Teen is to lead teens closer to Christ. The Life Teen Youth Minister will also be an active member of the parish Committee for the New Evangelization with it’s mission to follow Pope Francis’ instruction to the Catholic Charismatic Renewal to “bring the Baptism in the Holy Spirit to the whole Church.”

A bachelor’s degree in theology or religious education, or in an unrelated field holding diocesan or national youth ministry certification is preferred. Several years of experience as director of youth ministry in a parish, or other proven leadership experience, is strongly preferred. This position includes frequent weekend and weeknight responsibilities.

About Saint Mary, Mother of God Church – Middletown, New Jersey

As baptized Roman Catholic Christians, fully alive in the Holy Spirit, Saint Mary, Mother of God Church radically proclaims our call to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Under the mantle of the Blessed Mother, we are united with the Universal Church and centered in the celebration of the Eucharist. We recognize our call to holiness and transformation, through prayer, study, evangelization and fellowship. We strive to make our community a genuine school of prayer, where the faithful may fix their eyes on Jesus until their hearts burn with love for Him.

Please send resumes or contact:
Father Jeff Kegley
Pastor
frjeffkegley@aol.com
732-671-0071

Ohio

Youth Ministry Coordinator

Posted November 14, 2018

Holy Angels Church, Sidney, OH

Holy Angels Catholic Church (Sidney, Ohio) is looking for a vibrant individual who is passionate about their Catholic faith to lead our junior high, high school and young adults closer to Christ. If you are excited to help people grow in their faith and want to work with an energetic team.

Please send résumé and cover letter to Jill Heitmeyer, Business Manager, at jill@holyangelssidney.com or by mail to:
324 S. Ohio Avenue,
Sidney, OH 45365.

The Youth Ministry Coordinator is a part-time position with limited benefits.


Life Teen Coordinator

Posted October 24, 2018

Catholic Parishes of Holy Angels, Saint Mary; Saints Peter and Paul, Sandusky, OH

Terms: Full Time Employee
Experience: 1-3 Years
Education: Undergraduate Degree
Base Pay: Salary

The Catholic Parishes of Sandusky, Ohio (Holy Angels Parish; Saint Mary Parish; Saints Peter and Paul Parish) is seeking a full-time Life Teen Coordinator to oversee and expand a successful Life Teen program for high school students of the three (3) parishes.

The ideal candidate is a faithful, practicing, and high-energy Catholic who strives to guide high school students into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. This person must have a passion for evangelization of youth and a clear understanding of relational ministry in forming disciples through Life Nights, liturgical celebrations, retreats, conferences, services projects, and more…

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overseeing and implementing the entire Life Teen program; plan and coordinate large events and trips, such as the annual March for Life, Franciscan Youth Conferences, Camp Covecrest, etc.; recruit, supervise, and provide formation for a “Core Team” of volunteers who will assist in making Life Teen successful; engaging in relational ministry with teens through visits to area high schools and attendance at important events in the lives of teens and their families; and effectively communicating with teens, families, parishioners, and parish staff and leadership. A superior knowledge of social media is a must. The position involves evenings, weekends, and occasional overnight travel.

Qualifications
Must be a fully initiated Catholic in good standing. Possess excellent leadership, communication, organizational, administrative, and management skills; knowledge of adolescent and young adult culture; working knowledge of standard computer programs, including Microsoft Office; 1-3 years experience in youth and/or young adult ministry in a Catholic Church; and ideally hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology, Catechetics, or Youth Ministry.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, salary requirement and list of at least 3 references to Reverend Jeffery Walker (jwalker@sanduskycatholic.org) by 25 November 2018.

Oregon

Campus Minister (Middle School and High School)

Posted December 4, 2018

St. Mary’s Catholic School, Medford, OR

This is a full-time ten-month position beginning August 12, 2019.

We are seeking a full-time Campus Minister to work with Catholic, religious, and non-religious students to promote faith and provide guidance. The most important goal for the Campus Minister is to build connections and relationships with the students.  The Campus Minister will help conduct a variety of religious and administrative tasks to build these relationships with students as well as with on- and off-campus organizations that serve students. The Campus Minister will also teach religion classes, plan and conduct student retreats, and assist with liturgical and Catholic religious services at the School.  In addition to their religious duties, the Campus Minister will conduct administrative tasks and work with school administrators and/or local church leaders and youth ministers to organize events and build community. The Campus Minister will maintain a budget and organize campus ministry finances.

Job requirements:  

  • Willingness to engage in a community-based, progressive independent school experience
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Passion for supporting students
  • Organizational experience
  • Must be willing to work flexible hours
  • Teaching experience at the Middle- and/or High School level
  • Must be an active, practicing Catholic

Minimum educational requirements:  

  • Bachelor’s degree required

Compensation:

St. Mary’s offers a competitive salary depending on experience and qualifications.  In addition, St. Mary’s offers fully-paid employee health and dental plans, paid vacation, and disability and life insurance.  In addition, St. Mary’s offers child tuition remission and contributes to a 403(b) plan.

Employment classification: full-time, non-exempt

How to apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to principal Jim Meyer at jmeyer@smschool.us

Texas

Youth Minister – Bryan, TX

Posted February 11, 2019

Ablaze Ministries, Bryan, TX

Job Type: Full-Time Position

URL: https://ablazeyouth.org/

ABOUT ABLAZE MINISTRIES

The mission of Ablaze Ministries is to implement the US Bishops’ vision of comprehensive youth ministry by engaging, nurturing, and empowering discipleship in young people, ministers, volunteers, and families.  

Ablaze Ministries enables schools and parishes of all sizes to sustain professional, cost-effective, and enthusiastic ministry rooted in prayer, fellowship, and formation. Our ministry enables collaboration of community parishes, highlighting the true connectedness of the universal Church.

Ablaze Ministries provides youth ministers with spiritual formation, professional training, and theological teaching. Our team of missionaries work together in community, sharing each other’s gifts and holding each other accountable to meet the needs and the call of the Catholic Church.

DESCRIPTION
The Youth Minister serves as a full time missionary with a two-year commitment. Ablaze Ministries provides summer training and time for fundraising before Youth Ministers enter into assigned parish ministry. Ablaze Ministries also provides mentorship for the duration of the fall and spring semesters. The Youth Minister is needed to creatively and energetically grow a youth ministry program, form intentional disciples, and present the faith in a way that is relevant to young people.

Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Each Youth Minister at Ablaze Ministries is expected to have a life of prayer and a continued effort to unite one’s heart to Christ. The Youth Minister is needed to develop and coordinate a high school or middle school program including implementation of a multifaceted youth program with catechesis, sacramental preparation, small groups, service experiences, retreats, prayer experiences, relational ministry, and teen-leadership formation.

Responsibilities of the Youth Minister will also include:
-Provide vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to young people in either middle school (7th – 8th grade) or high school (9th – 12th grade)
-Coordinate and lead weekly youth nights, monthly activities, catechesis, and retreats
-Support fellow Youth Ministers at Ablaze Ministries and their programs through collaboration and, if possible, participation in their events
-Participation in partner Youth Minister’s weekly youth nights
-Attend weekly Youth Minister meetings and occasional parish staff meetings
-Serve as the Ablaze Ministries liaison with the pastor, parish staff, and parish council
-Provide support for larger events hosted by the parish and Ablaze Ministries

EXPECTATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY
-A Bachelor’s degree, at minimum, is required to apply for this position
-Citizenship of the United States is required
-Experience in youth ministry is preferred
-Proficiency in Spanish is preferred
-Proficiency in social media and technology
-Salary is fundraised, so ability to work with Fundraising Coordinator to meet salary goals is required.
-Willingness to abide by Personal Conduct Agreement and Spiritual Covenant
-Committed disciple of Christ reflected in a life of pervasive prayer, devotion to the Eucharist, and a life of holiness.

HOW TO APPLY
Email McKenzie Dao at mckenzie@ablazeyouth.org for questions about this position. Applications may be submitted through our website at https://ablazeyouth.org/serve/missionary.

 

Director of Music

Posted January 15, 2018

St. Louis Catholic Church, Waco, TX

Job Type: Full-Time Position Location: Waco, TX URL: www.stlouiswaco.com

Description
St. Louis Catholic Church is a dynamic growing community of 1,300 families. We have an opening for a full-time Director of Music for our parish. We are looking for someone who is in love with their Catholic faith, has a passion for ministry in the New Evangelization, and is willing to begin each day of work in prayer. We want someone who can creatively and energetically grow a music ministry program, working to develop volunteers and choirs in a manner that encourages discipleship and an expression of music that is both orthodox and approachable. They should desire to work with the rich musical tradition of the church in a way that is faithful, innovative, dynamic, and relevant. The candidate should desire to work with a team, participating in and fostering a spirit of unity and collaboration. He/she must be well-organized and have superb verbal and written communication skills. They should demonstrate a desire to seek the good, both in the mission and vision of the parish but for virtue in their own lives.

The responsibilities will include: developing, coordinating, and implementing our parish musical programs including the coordination of all choirs for a quality and consistent musical Sunday experience, the direction of choirs, advanced musical planning with clergy, assistance with recruitment and retention of choir volunteers.

A Bachelors degree is required for this position. A degree in music, music theory, musical education or choral performance is preferred. Prior experience is preferred. Proficiency in at least one accompanying instrument is required.

We are looking for one of the best and are willing to offer a commensurate salary. The start date is flexible. Opportunities to work with both the parish school and nearby Reicher Catholic High School are also available.

About Parish
St. Louis Catholic Church is a growing parish of over 1,300 active families in Waco, TX. It has both English and Spanish speaking communities. We also have a growing pre-K to eighth-grade school. We are striving to become a parish that embraces the New Evangelization. We have been inspired by the Amazing Parish Conference (amazingparish.org), and the books Forming Intentional Disciples and Rebuilt.

How to Apply
Resumes and cover letters should be sent to Fr. Ryan Higdon, Administrator. FrRyan@stlouiswaco.com.

Virginia

Mission Site Contractor

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

(Oklahoma City, OK; Cumberland, KY; South TX; Houston, TX; New Orleans, LA; Gallup, NM; Haiti; Belize; Puerto Rico)

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.

Responsibilities include leading teens as project manager on work sites. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have excellent communication, and construction experience. Contractors set up work sites, teach CMT staff construction basics so they can assist teens on the work sites, and oversee the quality and safety on the work sites. This position covers room/board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $400 per week. Some fundraising is required. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/support-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez: 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Mission Site Coordinator

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

(Oklahoma City, OK; Cumberland, KY; South TX; Gallup, NM; Los Angeles, CA; Haiti; Belize)

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.

Responsibilities include arranging the logistics for all of the mission trips in one location. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have excellent communication and organizational skills, and mission experience. Coordinators secure housing, meals, and work projects for all of the mission trips in one location, serve as a liaison between CMT, the group leaders, and partner organizations, and ensure the seamlessness of the mission trips. This position covers room/board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $400 per week. Some fundraising is required. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/support-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez: 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Summer Mission Team Leader

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for high school and college youth throughout the U.S. and internationally.. Learn more about our beginnings and the work we do at www.catholicmissiontrips.net

The ideal candidates will be on fire for Christ, have excellent communication skills, have mission trip or youth ministry experience, and have supervisory experience. Team Leaders empower the program team members, ensure safety on the work sites, and oversee evening program. This position covers room and board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $400 per week. Some fundraising is required. Team Leaders are responsible for transportation to Muenster, TX, at the beginning and end of the summer season, May 19-July 31. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/summer-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez: 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Summer Mission Program Team – Senior Staff

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.

Responsibilities include working on a team to run mission trips. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have mission trip or youth ministry experience, be flexible on the job, and be at least 23 years of age. Staff minister to high school and college youth, ensure safety on the work sites, and lead evening program. This position covers room and board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $350 per week. Some fundraising is required. Staff will secure their own transportation at the beginning and end of the season, May 19-July 31. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/summer-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez: 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Summer Mission Program Team – Junior Staff

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.

Responsibilities include working on a team to run mission trips. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have mission trip or youth ministry experience, be flexible on the job, and be at least 20 years of age. Staff minister to high school and college youth, ensure safety on the work sites, and lead evening program. This position covers room and board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $300 per week. Some fundraising is required. Staff will secure their own transportation at the beginning and end of the season, May 19-July 31. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/summer-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez: 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Summer Mission Musician

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.

Responsibilities include working on a team to run mission trips. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have experience leading praise and worship, be skilled on the guitar and vocally, and have mission trip or youth ministry experience. Musicians minister to the groups and lead worship during evening program. This position covers room/board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $300-$400 per week, depending on experience. Some fundraising is required. Musicians will secure their own transportation at the beginning and end of the season, May 19-July 31. Musicians may also apply for one location only. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/summer-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez: 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Mission Planning: Marketing and Recruitment

Posted January 23, 2018

Catholic Missions, Boston, VA

Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for high school and college youth throughout the U.S., Central America, and India. Learn more about our beginnings and the work we do at www.catholicmissiontrips.net

Responsibilities include recruiting youth ministry groups and college groups to attend summer mission trips, recruiting summer staff members, musicians, contractors, and site coordinators, training and preparing summer staff members, including fundraising, and monitoring online training of staff, marketing planning and maintaining social media accounts. This position is part time, will work remotely and collaborate closely with the administrative staff. Travel required for conferences and to lead occasional mission trips, as needed. Base salary: $10,000. Commission of $25 per participant over 500 participants. Some fundraising required. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/support-staff-application. Contact Michelle Perez at 540-825-2917 or michelle@catholicmissiontrips.net.

Washington

Missionary Interns

Posted February 4, 2019

Our Lady, Star of the Sea Parish, Bremerton, WA

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Our Lady, Star of the Sea Parish is seeking young adult Catholics (20-29) who desire to spread the gospel to youth and young adults, while gaining valuable experience serving in a vibrant parish environment. Applicants qualified to serve in our parish missionary intern program have at least 1 year experience in parish/youth ministry OR comparable work experience. In addition to directly coordinating and assisting with various parish programs, a missionary intern’s main task is evangelization and discipleship, bringing people to an encounter with Jesus Christ and encouraging involvement in the parish community.

Missionary interns will live and work in a team setting with other parish interns participating in daily prayer, Mass, and evangelization efforts in our parish and greater community. The missionary intern program provides valuable spiritual, personal, and professional growth for young adults who are discerning potential path in youth, young adult or other parish ministries.
Missionary interns commit to serving for one year. On-going training, gender specific housing, monthly food stipends, and use of designated vehicles for transportation are all provided.

Please visit our Youth Website: http://youth.starofthesea.net/ to apply. Select “missionary internship” for further details and the online application.

Questions/Inquiries: contact Sister Maria Caeli, O.P. at smcparmeter@starofthesea.net or Mark Powell mark@starofthesea.net or call 360.479.3777.

PURPOSE:
To assist the pastor and Director of Evangelization in developing and coordinating various parish programs, specifically those for youth and young adults, with a focus on evangelization and discipleship, bringing people to an encounter with Jesus Christ.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

– With other parish interns, participate in daily prayer, Mass, and evangelization efforts in our parish and greater community.
– Collaborate with the Director of Evangelization and other missionary interns to create/maintain a thriving team dynamic, united in implementing the mission of the parish.
o This is accomplished by participating in regular planning meetings, development & training days, bi-annual evaluations and monthly team outings.
– Direct leadership and coordination of a designated youth and/or adult faith formation program. This is accomplished by:
o Development and implementation of curriculum/program for that designated group.
o Practices marketing methods to advertise, inform and invite the appropriate target groups of designated program.
o Provides encouragement, support, mentorship for volunteers and/or core team involved in designated program (including encouraging their participation in parish or archdiocesan training opportunities/workshops)
o Leads or attends planning meetings related to faith formation events, objectives, strategies and goals at the parish level, deanery-wide, at the archdiocesan level, and when appropriate, the national level.
– Identification & mentorship of youth who are interested and capable of going deeper in their faith formation.
– Assist/serve on the core teams of other youth and/or young adult programs
– Participation in young adult community for own personal enrichment (example: attending a Bible Study, Theology on Tap or other monthly events)


Pre-K – 8 Teacher

Posted January 23, 2018

Sacred Heart School, Belleveu, WA

Are you seeking a new way to evangelize? Sacred Heart School in Bellevue, Washington is seeking women and men of faith to serve the Church as Catholic school teachers in a pre-k through 8th grade parish school. A Bachelor’s Degree is required, a teaching certification is preferred. Sacred Heart School offers a strong sacramental life and close cooperation with our parish, the support of a collaborative team of colleagues, engaged parents, professional development, highly competitive salaries and benefits, and more. Please contact Principal David Burroughs for more information at dburroughs@sacredheart.org

West Virginia

Youth & Young Adult Ministry Program Staff

Posted June 1, 2018
Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, Huttonsville, WV
The Youth, Young Adult & Campus Ministry Office of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston is hiring to fill out our team of 4 dynamic & faith-filled individuals dedicated the mission to help the young people of West Virginia fall in love with Jesus Christ & His Church. This team lives in intentionally Catholic community with each other and the staff of the Bishop Hodges Pastoral Center in Huttonsville, WV. They will facilitate programs such as Camps, Mission Trips, Rallies, Retreat, Conferences, Worship & Youth Nights as well as provide support to Parish Youth & Young Adult Ministers around the Diocese. To get a better scope of what you may experience as a part of the Program Staff Team, go to http://www.wvcatholicym.org/programstaff.html.
Resumes should be sent or emailed to Bryan Minor at:
Human Resources
Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston
P.O. Box 230
Wheeling, WV 26003
bminor@dwc.org
Wisconsin

Advertising Sales Executives

Posted February 4, 2019

LPi, New Berlin, WI

LPi is seeking qualified Advertising Sales Executives to make an impact in local communities through print and digital advertising in with a book of business that covers the Kansas City, MO area. With this book of business, you will potentially be responsible for multi-state travel. This is a great role for an individual that loves to travel and drive new business. Each week our Advertising Sales Executives travel to a new church or Senior Center and reach out to local businesses to invite them to advertise on the bulletin or newsletter.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

  • Someone that loves to be the phone calling business to business prospects.
  • An individual that displays natural entrepreneurial attributes with a winning and competitive spirit.
  • Someone that has an appetite for learning and has exceptional organizational skills.
  • An individual that can meet sales goals and doesn’t take rejection personally.
  • Someone that has a commitment to a high standard of integrity and trustworthiness.
  • An individual that is hardworking, passionate and has a servant leadership mentality.
  • An individual that can think on their feet and when faced with new challenges can embrace change and boldly look forward.


JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Adaptability to be in a different location each week (Mon.-Thurs.)
  • Ability to work remotely – travel 30% + annually
  • Proven ability to self-manage in an autonomous work environment
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and reliable transportation – REQUIRED
  • Proven successful track record of phone-based sales – PREFERRED
  • COMPENSATION/BENEFITS/TRAINING
  • Uncapped commissions earning potential
  • Health, Dental, Vision, benefits, 401k, HSA
  • Expenses reimbursed weekly
  • 2 weeks of paid training in a classroom environment and in the field
  • Ongoing field training & development
  • Continual coaching to develop your skills and ensure your continued success

With a full slate of digital print, communication, and consultative coaching products and services, LPi helps connect over 100,000 business with customers in their local communities. We have regional offices in Milwaukee, WI; Cleveland, OH; Las Vegas, NV; Dallas TX; Hartford, CT and Orlando FL as well as regional representatives nationwide.

LPi is the industry leader in stewardship communications that serve as a single source for connecting communities through printed materials and online services. Specializing in Catholic churches, LPi offers communication tools for religious and community organizations that include ad-supported bulletins and newsletters, and solutions for online donations, church websites, and communication networks. Family-owned since 1972 and backed by industry-leading customer service, LPi builds relationships with nearly 100,000 local businesses to support its more than 4,000 customers with advertising.

If a terrific job means more than just a paycheck, come find your purpose at LPi. Join our vibrant team today!

We are an equal opportunity employer.
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