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

Donor Relationship Coordinator – Western Region – Full Time

Alhambra, California Regional Office
Posted May 23, 2018

Responsible to: Achieve annual fundraising goal. Cultivate and maintain relationships with a portfolio of annual benefactors in an assigned territory. Implement plan for attaining solicitation meetings with prospective donors, resulting in sufficient new major gifts to reach assigned fundraising goal. Conduct an annual Benefit Event.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Goal driven, self-starter able to thrive in a team atmosphere.
  • Organized with a high level of attention to detail.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and CRM software.
  • Active in their Catholic Faith. Passionately committed to the mission of NET Ministries.
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding benefactor information.
  • Able to drive 2-3 hours at a stretch, and travel by air with carry-on luggage.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 2-3 years experience in nonprofit fundraising, business sales, or equivalent.
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge

For more information or to request an application, please contact:

Mr. Matt Vettel
651-450-6833 x150
mattv@netusa.org


Donor Relationship Assistant – Part Time

St. Paul, Minnesota National Office
Posted May 23, 2018

Responsible to conduct wealth research on prospective donors, provide qualified leads to Relationship Managers, day & some evening calls to prospective and existing donors for meetings with Relationship Managers or to solicit gifts, track results of Relationship Manager’s contacts and meetings with donors, and provide clerical assistance to the Relationship Managers.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Excellent research skill, including ability to recognize information clues and piece together data pieces to uncover and estimate wealth potential of prospective donors.
  • Personable and very self-confident with exceptional verbal skills; able to confidently speak with unknown donors and ask for meetings or to host a table at a benefit event.
  • Highly organized: ability to manage information on numerous donor activities simultaneously.
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office products.
  • Excels in a team environment.
  • Exceptional ability to work on own initiative.
  • Passionately committed to the mission of NET Ministries. Must support, live, and communicate the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding benefactor information. Will be required to work some evenings and weekend hours to fulfill responsibilities.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • NET alumnus.
  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Experience related to fundraising and/or training in Development work.
  • 3 years noteworthy professional work experien
  • Training in business, sales, marketing & communications.
  • Experience using Raiser’s Edge software.

For more information or to request an application, please contact:

Mrs. Sylvia Ryan
651-450-6833 x163
ministry@netusa.org


Housekeeping Attendant

NET Ministries National Headquarters, West St. Paul, MN

NET Ministries challenges young Catholics to love Christ and embrace the life of the Church through Catholic youth retreats, parish and school discipleship, and youth ministry resources. We are currently looking to hire a dedicated, long-term, energetic housekeeper to join our Hospitality team. Once trained for this position, you will work independently 15-20 hours per week cleaning guest rooms used by our retreat groups.

Responsibilities
As the housekeeping attendant you will follow established procedures to professionally clean our dorm room areas. This will include but is not limited to cleaning bathrooms, dusting furniture, sanitizing, deodorizing, sweeping floors, and vacuuming carpets. You will also be responsible for laundering and folding all bedding and linens for our dorm rooms/used by our guests. Our housekeeping attendants follow all government and company regulations and standards to ensure high-quality cleaning is done in a timely manner so the dorm rooms are available when needed for guests.

NET Ministries offers

– $12-$15 per hour based on experience
– Scheduled performance feedback & amp; opportunity for pay raises based on performance
– Opportunity to build meaningful and lasting relationships with our missionaries

Location
110 Crusader Ave W West St. Paul, MN 55118

Available Schedules

Typical work hours are scheduled Monday – Wednesday each week

Qualifications and Experience

– Must be at least 18 years of age.
– Previous housekeeping/ cleaning experience preferred but not required.
– Ability to multitask and work well under pressure.

Other Requirements

– Ability to push/pull laundry carts and lift up to 50 pounds.
– Ability to endure the physical demands of standing, walking, crouching, climbing, bending, twisting,
and turning.
– Ability to work independently while maintaining good time-management skills.
– Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or
without regular supervision.
– Successful completion of criminal background check.
– Completion of VIRTUS (Protecting God’s Children) training as part of the application process.

NET Ministries is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. Applicants representing diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We simply ask that our Hospitality employees be respectful of the Catholic faith and of the mission of NET Ministries.

To apply or for questions: Email Jeffrey at jeffreyc@netusa.org


Cook, Team Lead (Part Time)

NET Ministries National Headquarters, West St. Paul, MN

  • We have an opening for a WEEKEND COOK position.
  • Location: NET Ministries, Inc.; 110 Crusader Ave W West St. Paul, MN 55118
  • Schedule: Saturday 6:30 am – 1:30 pm OR 1:30 pm – 7:30 pm; Sunday 6:30 am – 2:30 pm
  • Salary Range: $18.00 – $20.00/hour based on experience
  • Serve Safe Food Handler Certification Preferred but not Required

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age. Previous cooking experience preferred but not required. Customer service oriented. Team player. Ability to push/pull food carts and lift up to 50 pounds.

Job Summary
This position serves as the team lead for the kitchen employees who provide meals for Catholic young people on retreat at our building and for Catholic missionaries. Employee prepares food in accordance with applicable federal, state and company standards, guidelines and regulations and procedures. Employee ensures quality food service is provided at all times. NET Ministries encourages applicants representing diverse backgrounds to apply. We simply ask that our Hospitality employees be respectful of the Catholic faith and of the mission of NET Ministries. It is our hope that this position would be long-term.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepare high-quality food items according to standardized recipes and instructions.
  • Serve meals using correct portioning, meeting outlined standards, ensuring that food is at the correct temperature and is attractive and tasty.
  • Operate large-volume cooking equipment.
  • Clean kitchen after preparation and serving, maintaining high standards of cleanliness. Store or discard excess food in accordance with safe food-handling procedures.
  • Keep refrigerators and storerooms clean and neat. Ensure food and supply items are stored according to proper standards.
  • Operate and maintain kitchen equipment as instructed.
  • Assist in record keeping and reporting as required.
  • Assist in the ordering and receiving of all food and supplies as required.
  • Report needed maintenance, faulty equipment, or accidents to the supervisor immediately.
  • Maintain good working relationships with coworkers, guests, and supervisor at all times.
  • Perform job safely while maintaining a clean, safe work environment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or without regular supervision.

Disclaimer: This job post is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all essential responsibilities, skills, tasks, or requirements associated with this position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the position posted, NET reserves the right to modify or change the essential functions of the job based on business necessity.

To apply or for questions: Email or call Jeffrey at jeffreyc@netusa.org

 

California

Youth Minister

Posted June 8, 2018

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church, Santa Clarita, CA

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church

Posted 5/30/2018 until 6/15/2018
Description

​St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church is seeking a full time Youth Minister.  The Youth Minister assists the parish community in fulfilling its vision of calling youth to intentional discipleship.  This is accomplished by creating an environment in Confirmation and Life Teen where individuals can live out our parish mission:  To Hear Jesus’ call to be His Disciple, To Give our lives entirely over to Jesus, and To Share in Jesus’ Redemptive mission.

This position requires experience in:

1.  Integrating the parish vision of evangelization into youth ministry,

2.  Proclaiming the kergyma to youth and adults in a way that fosters discipleship and spiritual growth,

3.  Helping teens encounter Jesus through the Liturgy and Sacraments,

4.  Organzing records, events, and experiences to advance the Kingdom of God,

5.  Calling forth leaders and charisms by equipping the baptized for misison.

Requirements

​Applicants should have a BA in theology, pastoral ministry, or closely related field- or equivalent experience in evangelizing youth and adults.

For a detailed job description, or to submit a resume, references and cover letter, contact:

Bobby Vidal

Director of Evanelization & Lay Formation

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church

Information/Application Contact

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church
22508 Copper Hill Dr.
Santa Clarita CA 91350
E-Mail: bvidal@saintkateriparish.org


Youth Ministry Coordinator

Posted June 1, 2018

Old Mission Santa Ines Church, Solvang, CA

Description
Seeking an energetic, Christ centered Youth Minister to develop and implement a dynamic and engaging Youth Ministry program that utilizes relational ministry to guide and energize our youth in becoming the future of the Church!

Requirements

  • Practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church
  • Possess a passionate call to work with and advocate for youth
  • Able to demonstrate strong communication and collaboration skills
  • Excellent planning, organizing and implementation skills
  • Professional training and leadership experience in Youth Ministry
  • Culturally Sensitive and Bilingual strongly preferred (English/Spanish)
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in related field a plus
  • Commitment to continuing professional development in Youth Ministry

Send Resume and Cover Letter to:
Old Mission Santa Ines Catholic Church
Silvia Ramos
silvia.ramos@missionsantaines.org


Director of Youth Ministry and Confirmation

Posted June 1, 2018

St. Mel Catholic Church, Woodland Hills, CA

Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: St. Mel Catholic Church, Woodland Hills, California
URL: https://www.stmel.org/Page/1070

Are you looking for an opportunity to “Dream Big” in youth ministry and help build a comprehensive program based on the Life Teen model?

Are you looking to work in a parish where the Pastor, staff and ministry leaders believe youth ministry is a top priority?

Do you believe youth ministry should be dynamic and innovative, meeting teens where they are, while leading them closer to Christ?

Description
At St Mel’s Catholic Church, we are looking for a talented, experienced and energetic full-time Director of Youth Ministry to help us grow a comprehensive program based on the Life Teen model of “Leading Teens Closer to Christ”. This position is a great opportunity to work with a Pastor who has been committed to vibrant youth ministry for 20+ years and is looking to partner with you, to build a comprehensive program from the ground up!

Here’s our “Wish List” for the Director of Youth Ministry
Someone who:

  • puts Christ in the center of their life, while modeling discipleship that is joyful and authentic
  • has experience building dynamic youth ministry/Life Teen programs
  • is an effective leader and communicator
  • wants to join a team that is ready to support you in making youth ministry an integral part of our parish community
  • can build a leadership team of volunteers and peer leaders to help implement the vision
  • doesn’t mind going fast, having fun and getting feedback along the way

How to Apply
Candidates Submit Cover Letter and Resume to Rosemary McLarty RMclarty@stmel.org


Administrative Assistant – Campus Ministry

Posted April 30, 2018

POSITION DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLE: Administrative Assistant – Campus Ministry DATE: April 2018
DEPARTMENT:  Campus Ministry APPROVED BY: HR
REPORTS TO: Matthew Schaeffer, Director of Campus Ministry CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
WORK SCHEDULE: This position works full-time 10 Months – Monday through Friday on days when school is in session. 7:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. August 20 through June 20 (dates are approximate)

 

POSITION PURPOSE:

Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, the Campus Ministry Administrative Assistant (CMAA) may often be the first person students, faculty, staff, and parents will see when they enter the Campus Ministry Office (CMO). Hospitality and information dissemination are key aspects of the daily operations of the CMO. The CMAA coordinates all Campus Ministry events and activities; will be apprised of and disseminate all pertinent information for students, their families, faculty, other staff members and administrators as it relates to CMO programming or processes; he or she will perform a comprehensive array of organizational tasks; and provide administrative support to office personnel on a daily basis.

 

Essential Functions

The Campus Ministry Administrative Assistant is responsible to satisfactorily perform the following duties:

  • Welcome visitors into the Campus Ministry Office. Ensuring that the Campus Ministry office is open and serving the school community if the Director of Campus Ministry are away.
  • Respond promptly to inquiries by students, parents, faculty or other personnel as appropriate; phone calls, e-mails and in-person visits are a consistent demand.
  • Coordinate student leaders for the Morning Prayer in conjunction with Director.
  • Provide daily administrative support to the Director – including copying, collating, and distributing or mailing materials.
  • Coordinate hospitality needs for meetings and gatherings.
  • Maintains office supplies including inventorying, anticipating needs and placing orders in a regular, timely and accurate manner.
  • Maintain all Campus Ministry databases.
  • Input data from student evaluations.
  • Maintain a clean and organized Campus Ministry storage closet and office.
  • Maintain and update the Campus Ministry bulletin board on a regular basis to ensure the most current and upcoming information is displayed.
  • Maintain retreat rosters.

 

Specific Events & Activities Coordination

  1. Coordinate Campus Ministry events and activities to include but not limited to the following:
  2. Maintain the CMO calendar, in concert with Director.
  3. Organize, coordinate and assist with administrative tasks related to the Big Brother Program including: Summer letters, t-shirts, all training sessions, 9th grade orientation day(s) and take-your-little-brother-to-the-game.
  4. Assist with Junior Ground Crew selection process communication and training as needed and tasks including tracking student applications, coordinating interview schedules, confirming interview appointments, ordering t-shirts etc.
  5. Organize, coordinate and assist with facilitation of all retreats including *First Year Retreat, *Sophomore Day of Recollection, *Junior Leadership Retreats, *Senior Quiet Retreats, and *Kairos retreats.
  6. Organize all retreat mailings.
  7. Track Retreatant permission forms, parent letters, and other retreat materials.
  8. Assist with creating the retreat booklets, and arrange for printing.
  9. Prepare retreat supplies before the event and store them afterwards.
    1. Organize students and resources for the Kairos closing ceremonies.
    2. Maintain a Kairos Alumni database.
  10. Assist with organizational tasks and communications related to school-wide liturgies, such as, but not limited to:
    1. Prepare sheet music
    2. Organize the liturgical music file cabinet.
    3. Arrange for flower arrangements and other supplies for the liturgical environment.
    4. Monitor liturgy supplies in cooperation with the Minister of the Chapel.
  11. Drive students to retreat location.
  12. Assist with execution of the Mother/Son and Father/Son Communion brunches including: mailing invitations, tracking reservations, event set-up, and coordinating volunteers.

 

Education, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Bachelor’s degree and 5 years’ professional experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience that enables the incumbent to work successfully.
  • Highly organized individual with attention to detail.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Catholicism, Ignatian spirituality, Catholic liturgy and prayer.
  • Superior interpersonal skills including listening, communication, hospitality, patience, and humor.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Naturally flexible and adaptable to, and in, various situations or settings.
  • Capacity to work as a part of a dynamic team as well as independently.
  • Willingness to take initiative and be highly productive in various settings.
  • Interest and ability to work with high school students at varying maturity levels.
  • Ability to work and be productive in a noisy environment.
  • Ability to multi-task with projects of varying degrees of importance.
  • Proficiency with and ability to learn new computer programs quickly.

Posted February 16, 2018

Sacred Heart Retreat House, Alhambra, CA 

EOE STATEMENT
It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities and will not unlawfully consider any factors of race, religion, age, creed, national origin, gender, disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, or any and all other unlawful biases regarding federal, state or local laws with regard to workers or applicants.

DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Receptionist/Media Assistant
Position Type: Full Time
Department/Group: Administration
Reports To: Retreat Directress
Mission Statement: Promoting a deeper spiritual life among God’s people

Sacred Heart Retreat House further defines this mission to include the following specific goals:

  • Offering programs in keeping with the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
  • Imparting our Carmelite Spirituality of facilitating an encounter with God through extended and day retreats, classes, workshops, and conferences to individuals and groups of all ages.
  • Providing facilities for both silent and interactive retreat experiences.

Purpose of Your Job Position:

  • Responsible for the professional, gracious and efficient reception of retreatants, visitors, guests, priests, religious, and vendors.
  • Responsible for a variety of clerical and media duties that support the Retreat House mission.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • AA degree and two years related experience or High School diploma
  • 4 – 5 years experience.

Job Functions:
Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or is an essential function of the position.

Click here for the full job description.

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Colorado

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)

Florida

Coordinator of Discipleship

Posted June 8, 2018

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Pensacola, FL

MINISTRY FRAMEWORK
The Coordinator of Discipleship works collaboratively with clergy and parish staff to form and execute a cohesive approach to the formation of intentional disciples of Jesus Christ.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
 Designs, coordinates, implements and evaluates focused opportunities for faith formation, engagement and spiritual growth for adults at all stages of the discipleship path.
 Develops and oversees small groups.
 Collaborates with clergy and deacons to guide and support the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults for adults and youth and Baptismal catechesis.
 Coordinates the Parish religious education curriculum with the school’s curriculum and serves as a resource to the Principal and teachers.
 Collaborates with the Coordinator of Children’s Religious Education and teachers to prepare and assist all our children and their families in receiving the sacraments of First Reconciliation, First Communion in our parish religious education program and in our school.  Collaborates with the Coordinator of Children’s Religious Education to enable parents to be the primary person responsible for their children’s religious formation by providing programs, resources and opportunities for involvement in the parish religious education and sacramental catechesis of their children.
 Coordinates Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and Children’s Liturgy of the Word with volunteer ministry leaders.
 Collaborates with the Youth Minister in developing and implementing Confirmation preparation and retreats.
 Collaborates with parish staff and volunteers to develop and execute parish events which encompass our missionary culture, paying particular attention to opportunities to engage others outside of our parish community.
 Commits to working out of the Amazing Parish model of parish renewal focusing on moving the parish from maintenance to mission.
 Attends regular parish team meetings and diocesan Amazing Parish meetings.
 Prepares budgets as requested.
 Other duties as assigned by Rector.

QUALIFICATIONS
 Bachelor’s Degree in theology, education or related field preferred.
 Practicing Catholic willing to become part of our parish community, working joyfully with others and promoting a welcoming environment to all.
 Maintains knowledge of catechetical resources for parish faith formation, including on-line resources.
 Maintains familiarity with various theological perspectives and can accept working with various theological disciplines.
 Works independently and takes initiative to identify needs and recommend improvements.
 Must pass a background screening and credit check.
 Willing to commit to personal and group prayer.
 Maintains a personal awareness of our missionary culture and embodies such in work habits.
 Maintains confidentiality of church records and conversations.

WORKING HOURS/COMPENSATION
Position is full-time averaging 35 hours per week, eligible for health and retirement benefits. Compensation is salaried and commensurate with experience. Position reports to Rector. Parish office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am – 4pm. Nights and weekends will be required.

ABOUT THE EMPLOYER Located in East Hill, the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is a mid-sized suburban parish of over 800 registered households that includes a school of 300 students and faith formation programs enrolling almost 200 participants. To apply for this position, please email resume to Susan Peaden, Parish Manager at peadens@shc.ptdiocese.org

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.

Indiana

Director of Catechesis

Posted June 1, 2018 
St. Therese Little Flower Parish, South Bend, IN
St. Therese Little Flower parish seeks a part-time Director of Catechesis for the religious education of youth in the parish religious education program, grades Pre-K through 8.  As a committed Catholic, this director will work primarily with families in the program along with his or her team of catechists. This position works closely with the Pastor and Director of Evangelization to ensure a well-rounded faith formation of the youth in the parish according to diocesan guidelines, primarily focusing on the school-year program and empowering parents as primary educators.  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.  Hours are estimated to be 15 hours per week.  For inquiries, please contact the parish office at 574-272-7070 or email Father Coonan at: fatherterry@littleflowerchurch.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.

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

Maine

Youth and College Minister

Posted June 1, 2018

Good Shepherd Parish in Saco, ME

Good Shepherd Parish in Saco, Maine, is seeking to hire a dynamic individual to become our parish Youth and College Minister. This position is first and foremost a relational ministry that invites youth grades 6-12, and college students at UNE Campus, into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. The successful candidate will have a solid background in catechetics, preferably with a BA in religious studies, theology, pastoral ministry or related field. A good rapport with youth and college age young adults as well as excellent interpersonal skills are a must, as is the ability to work evenings and weekends. LifeTeen & Focus experience a plus. Job description available for viewing at http://goodshepherdparish.us/employment-opportunities

Please send cover letter and resume to:
Liz Williams,
Good Shepherd Parish,
271 Main Street,
Saco, ME 04072

or email Elizabeth.Williams@portlanddiocese.org

Michigan

Assistant Principal

Posted May 4, 2018

Hackett Catholic Prep High School, Kalamazoo, MI

Subtitle: Instructional Coach

Position Information

Reports To: Principal
Supervises: Faculty and Students
Terms of Employment: 11 1⁄2 months
Hours of Employment: 7:15 am – 3:30 pm on school days; summer and break hours set by principal
After hours meetings and extra-curricular supervision are frequently required.
Extremely limited opportunity for time off during the school year.
Extended time off normally available during Christmas Break, Spring Break, and the first half of July.

Job Summary

Under the direction of the High School Principal, the Assistant Principal assists in the daily operation of the school building. The primary job responsibility is to perform those tasks relating to the development and continuous implementation of the school’s mission, which promotes educational formation, character development, and spiritual well-being of each student in the school. The AP will
work cooperatively with the Principal to ensure the education process is meeting the needs of students, parents, staff, and CSGK Board. Specifically, as Instructional Coach, he/she will be responsible for bringing evidence-based practices into classrooms by working with and supporting teachers and administration toward the goal of increasing student engagement, improving student achievement, and building teacher capacity by increasing their understanding of best instructional practices.

Education, Experience, Skills Knowledge, Qualifications and Abilities
1. Practicing Catholic who can articulate the vision of Catholic education
2. Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Education; Master’s degree in Educational Leadership
preferred
3. Secondary teaching experience, preferably in a Catholic school setting
4. Valid teaching certificate
5. Commitment to high quality education and Catholic formation of all students
6. Commitment to providing high quality professional development and coaching to the
instructional staff
7. Knowledge of, or experience using, the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model
8. Demonstrated experience in a variety of leadership and management roles
9. Knowledge of varied learning styles and differentiated instructional strategies
10. Ability to establish a rapport with students, parents, and staff.
11. Adept at consensus building
12. Demonstrated expertise in oral and written communication

General Responsibilities
1. Assist the principal in articulating Hackett Catholic Prep’s mission and core values
2. Ensure the school’s mission is implemented according to the intent of the principal
3. Assist in the formation of students in accordance with the HCP Student Handbook
4. Serve on HCP’s Administration Team
5. Lead HCP’s Building Security Team
6. Lead HCP’s School Improvement Team
7. Assist in the hiring of faculty and staff
8. Assist in faculty/staff faith development
9. Assist in the supervision of curriculum, instruction, summative assessments, and the technology program
10. Assist in the review and selection of textbooks and instructional materials
11. Assist in the coordination of professional development for faculty related to best practices in curriculum and instruction
12. Work with faculty to develop their skills using best practices as identified in the Marzano model
13. Support teachers in using evidence-based teaching strategies that engage students
14. Provide support for classroom motivation and management strategies
15. Provide support to faculty in collecting and using data to improve instruction
16. Provide faculty with a variety of formative assessment tools
17. Implement mentoring program for teachers
18. Help manage student dress code, as defined in the HCP Student Handbook
19. Assist in the supervision of students in non-classroom areas, including lower foyer/parking lot, cafeteria, hallways, and at certain extra-curricular events
20. Work with the Administration Team on student admissions and retention
21. Work with the Advancement Director
22. Work with parent groups, including the Shamrock Auction Committee, the Grad Bash Committee, and Home and School
23. Provide outreach to the parishes of our service area
24. Organize and head up student investigations including, but not limited to,
a. bullying/harassment
b. violation of technology/iPad agreements
c. drug and/or alcohol related issues
d. on-campus theft
e. vandalism

Physical Requirements and Work Environment
Semi climate-controlled office setting with moderate noise levels. Work in non-climate controlled
areas is required approximately 60% of the time in school hallways, lunchrooms, classrooms,
gymnasiums and athletic fields. The position requires an individual capable of some 14-16 hour days.
In addition, the position requires physical fitness of walking several miles.

Evaluation
Annually – to define/review the major job functions of the position and develop an understanding of
the goals of the position.
Employment with the Catholic Schools of Greater Kalamazoo is at-will.

Compensation
The compensation for this position shall be established based on the applicant’s qualifications and
experience.

Application
All application materials, including letter of interest, resume, and references shall be submitted no later
than May 22, 2018.

Please send application materials to:
Brian Kosmerick, Principal
Hackett Catholic Prep
1000 W. Kilgore Rd.
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
bkosmerick@hackettcp.org
fax: 269-381-3919
Interested parties may also apply online through the Kalamazoo County Area Schools Employment

Minnesota

5th Grade Teacher 

Posted June 20, 2018

Ave Maria Academy, Maple Grove, MN

Benefits: Included

Enrollment: 101-250

Experience: Required

Minnesota Teacher’s License: Preferred

Salary: To Be Determined

Work Commitment: Full-Time

Job Description
Ave Maria Academy is seeking a 5th grade homeroom teacher for a self-contained classroom. The position entails teaching all academic subjects with the exception of specialized disciplines. Strong skills in teaching reading and writing are required and an ability to incorporate and evaluate these skills in other disciplines.

The teacher fulfills the mission of the school by planning, guiding, and evaluating the learning process within the framework of the school’s philosophy and curriculum for the fifth grade students.

Job Qualifications
Experience in teaching required Strong classroom management Ability to work independently and on a team Active member of the Catholic Church

Institution Description Ave Maria Academy’s Mission Statement
Rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition, Ave Maria Academy forms young minds, hearts, and souls through a commitment to clear thinking, academic achievement, character formation, prayer, and service

In an encouraging and safe environment transformed by faith, reason, and virtue, each child’s unique and God-given talents are nurtured through mastery of a rigorous curriculum and active participation in the Catholic faith.

Community Description
Ave Maria Academy is located in Maple Grove at the corner of Jewel Lane and Bass Lake Road.

Application Instructions/Comments
Applicants interested in this position should send a cover letter, resume, and letters of recommendation to Melissa Posterick at m.posterick@avemariaacademy.org. The cover letter should indicate the applicant’s philosophy of education. The position will be posted until filled.

 


Director of Religious Education  

Posted June 11, 2018

St. John Neumann Catholic Church, Eagan, MN

Job Description

No one can lay a foundation other than the one that is there, namely Jesus Christ. (1 Cor. 3:11)

In Catechesi Tradendae, St. John Paul II wrote, “It is true that catechesis can be given anywhere, but I wish to stress, in accordance with the desire of many Bishops, that the parish community must continue to be the prime mover and preeminent place for catechesis.”

In Lumen Fidei, Pope Francis wrote, “Since faith is one, it must be professed in all its purity and integrity. Precisely because all the articles of faith are interconnected, to deny one of them, even of those that seem least important, is tantamount to distorting the whole . . . hence the need for vigilance in ensuring that the deposit of faith is passed on its entirety . . . and that all aspects of the profession of faith are duly emphasized.” 

The Director of Religious Education at St. John Neumann will direct and supervise parish Catholic Religious Education in accordance with the parish mission.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Manage the parish Faith Formation programs
  • Support Faith Formation staff in recruiting, training, and encouraging catechists
  • Recruit, train, support, and appreciate volunteer ministers
  • Manage faith formation budgets
  • Supervise, educate, support, motivate, and serve the Faith Formation Team members
  • Collaborate with parish staff in wider parish events

Job Qualifications
We encourage all interested and qualified candidates to apply.  Candidates must be a practicing Catholic in good standing in the Catholic Church with an undergraduate degree in Catholic Studies, Theology, or related field. A Master’s Degree is preferred. The candidate should have at least 7 seven years of experience in parish faith formation, preferably with 5 five years of supervisory experience.

Institution Description
St. John Neumann Catholic Church, located in Eagan, Minnesota, is large, vibrant suburban parish of 4200 families.   

Applicant Instruction/Comments
Interested candidates should apply to Mark Joerger (mark.joerger@sjn.org). We ask you to include a letter of introduction, resume, and three references.

 


Director of Campus/Youth Ministry:

Posted June 8, 2018

Sacred Heart Parish, E. Grand Forks, MN

Sacred Heart School and Parish is seeking a Director of Campus/Youth Ministry. This position is responsible to maintain and promote an active campus ministry through prayer period, weekly school Masses, class retreats, special celebrations, relational ministry, and Confirmation. Full job description can be found at: www.sacredheartegf.net/employment. Please send a resume and three references to the Search Committee at Sacred Heart, 200 3rd St NW East Grand Forks, MN 56721 or email mfoltz@sacredheartegf.net. Accepting applications until position is filled.


Teen Faith Formation and Confirmation Coordinator

Posted June 1, 2018

St. Pius X Parish, White Bear Lake, MN

The Teen Faith Formation and Confirmation Coordinator will be a member of a vibrant team dedicated to building up the people of God through discipleship. The applicant must be an enthusiastic, faith-filled adult with 3 or more years of experience working in a church environment. The applicant must be a practicing Roman Catholic committed to the teachings and mission of the Church and live a life consistent with those teachings. Must have the proven ability to build and form a team of mentors to lead and oversee small discipleship groups in our Faith Formation and Confirmation Programs. The applicant must have the ability to work cooperatively with other members of the Faith Formation Team and Parish staff to advance the overall mission of the parish. In addition, a qualified applicant will possess the following qualities:

  • Creativity, joy, flexibility and enthusiasm in providing and supplying mentors with educational tools, programs, and materials needed to support small groups.
  • Exceptional ability to cultivate an atmosphere of discipleship for our teens and mentors
  • Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology or Religious Studies
  • Strong knowledge of the Catholic faith and evangelization skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and sound judgement in interacting with youth and adults
  • Proven skill to recruit, inspire, coordinate, and train volunteers
  • Must be a self-starter with the ability to effectively and consistently communicate ideas, plans, and needs to the Director of Faith Formation.
  • Maintain a flexible schedule with the availability to work on certain nights and weekends (must be available on Sunday and Wednesday evenings)
  • Excellent organizational skills with the capacity to multi-task
  • Excellent computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google tools
  • Amazing sense of humor with the gift to laugh
  • Must be able to pass a background check and driver check and all requirements for working with youth in the Archdiocese.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Catherine Bernal, Parish Administrative Assistant, at  cbernal@churchofstpiusx.org

 

New Jersey

Director of Youth Ministry

Posted June 1, 2018

Monmouth County, NJ

The Jersey Shore parishes of Ascension/St. Elizabeth, St. Catharine/St. Margaret, St. Mark and St. Rose, located in southern Monmouth County, are looking for a dynamic, energetic and passionate individual to develop and coordinate youth ministry programs that will foster personal and spiritual growth for our teens.  The Director of Youth Ministry will provide support to the individual parish youth ministry coordinators and organize programs both within and across this group of parishes. Primary responsibilities include:
  • Developing a group and parish-based pastoral ministry for youth
  • Reaching out to high school-aged parish youth
  • Assists parishes with forming youth groups within each parish
  • Providing support for ongoing catechesis and youth activities
  • Inviting youth to serve others and drawing them to responsible participation in the life of the faith community
A bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three years experience working with teenagers is required. Candidates interested in this full time position that includes a competitive salary with benefits should send their resume to jobs@stcatharine-stmargaret.org.
Ohio

Director of High School Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Posted May 8, 2018

St. Brendan, Hilliard, OH

St. Brendan the Navigator, a vibrant community of 3000 families in Hilliard, Ohio, is seeking a Director of High School Youth and Young Adult Ministries who possesses exceptional drive and enthusiasm to engage our youth and young adults. The overarching goal of this position is to fulfill our mission to meet people where they are on their voyage of faith and offer them opportunities to know, share, and live their faith.

The Director works collaboratively with the Middle School Youth Minister and the Directors for Evangelization and Catechesis (both youth and adults) as we continue to expand an established and vibrant youth ministry program. This role is also supported by a dynamic and exceptional core team. We are eager to create new opportunities for the young adults in the parish and to empower them to live the Gospel and serve others. We are committed to forming disciples for Jesus Christ and to develop a vision of evangelization and catechesis that is centered on the family.

Essential goals for this role include coordinating a strong group of program volunteers, increasing program participation, and expanding our existing programs.

Qualifications for a successful candidate:

  • Minimum of baccalaureate degree in Catechesis, Religious Education or Theology.
  • Two years similar experience preferred.
  • Spanish speaking skills a plus.
  • Must possess an active and deep Roman Catholic faith and be willing to become an active member of our parish community.
  • Must possess the ability to work collaboratively with staff and volunteers in advancing the parish mission.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and vision, and to implement vibrant and comprehensive programs.
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written, and ability to communicate effectively with both teens and adults.
  • Ability to make decisions relevant to the position’s scope of responsibility.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, social media, etc.

We also offer a rich complement of benefits for this full time, exempt position that begins on July 1 2018. A detailed job description is available on request.

To apply for this position please send a cover letter, resume and reference contacts to Penny Hansen – penny@stbrendans.net – by May 21 2018.

Texas

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Posted May 7, 2018

St. John Vianney Catholic Church, Houston, TX

Summary
St. John Vianney Parish is seeking a qualified individual to serve in the position of Coordinator of Youth Ministry.  This involves the coordination and oversight of Jr. High and High School Youth Ministries. The staff person is part of the Youth Formation Department and will be working with directly youth, families, volunteers and staff.  Qualifications desired for this position include:

  • Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
  • Degree in Theology/Religious Education or related field
  • Two years experience in Youth Ministry
  • Excellent communication, organization, leadership and collaborative skills
  • Energetic, creative and dynamic approach to Youth Ministry
  • Ability to work with youth and parents
  • Computer/IT proficiency

St. John Vianney is a large dynamic parish of 5,000 families in west Houston.  The parish Youth Formation program serves more than 1,500 students and their families.  The Youth Formation Director oversees, directs and supports a team of professional staff and parishioner volunteers  

Inquiries and resumes are to be directed to Pete Prados, Business Manager


Campus Minister

Posted May 7, 2018

University Catholic Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Posted: May 3, 2018 Terms: Full Time Employee
Expires: July 2, 2018 Experience: 0-2 years
Location: Austin, TX Education: Graduate Degree
Category: Pastoral Ministry Base Pay: Salary

Send applications or inquiries to: frlarry@utcatholic.org

Job Description
The Campus Minister serves the University Catholic Center in expressing the Church’s pastoral care for the spiritual growth and development of campus community through witness and ministry that is consistent with the Catholic Church’s mission in the Diocese of Austin and the charism of the Paulist Fathers. The Campus Minister is part of the University Catholic Center Campus Ministry Team and collaborates with the Director, Associate Director, Campus Minister, administrative staff, development staff, and the FOCUS team. The Campus Minister manages multiple facets of student ministries: spiritual development, catechesis, sacramental preparation, and evangelization. 

Hours:
This position is full-time exempt. During the school year, hours may exceed 40 per week, and includes frequent nights and weekends; during the summer and semester breaks, hours may be as few as 20 per week. The Campus Minister will take Saturdays and an additional day off each week, allowing for flexibility when events may be scheduled on normal days off. Applicants must be prepared to comply with Diocese of Austin Ethics and Integrity in Ministry training and processes.

Qualifications:
A practicing Catholic who understands, appreciates, and will ensure the Catholic character, mission, and identity of the University Catholic Center community; should be comfortable around young adults.
MDiv or MA in theology, pastoral/campus ministry, or related area required;
As a minister of the Roman Catholic Church, the successful candidate will maintain a lifestyle that is publicly consistent with Catholic teaching and values;
Strong pastoral skills with a theological framework for ministry;
A demonstrated record of collaborative leadership;
Provides effective management, supervisory, and organizational skills (i.e., judgement, appropriate confidentiality and budget management);
Awareness of and sensitivity to the pastoral needs and spiritual development of undergraduate students;
Knowledge and appreciation of the Paulist charism;
Knowledge of Church documents related to Campus Ministry (i.e., Empowered by the Spirit and Sons and Daughters of Light);
Knowledge of Catholic sacramental preparation processes, especially baptism, confirmation, Eucharist, RCIA, funerals, and anointing.
Experience in working with young adults or college campus ministry preferred;
Applicants must be prepared to comply with Diocese of Austin Ethics and Integrity in Ministry training and processes.
Proficiency with computers and social media, google apps, etc.
Comfort with public ministerial roles, teaching, and public speaking.

Process:
Submit a resume and cover letter to frlarry@utcatholic.org.
Await our acknowledgement and response. Please do not call or email after submission.

Expected start date is flexible; we are hoping for July 1, 2018.

University Catholic Center
2010 University Ave.
Austin TX 78705

Washington

Campus Minister/Theology

Posted June 7, 2018

John F. Kennedy Catholic High School, Burien, WA

ABOUT KENNEDY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School is a private Catholic high school, dedicated to providing quality Catholic education to all students, committed to fostering young people’s relationship with God, devoted to educating the whole person and driven to inspire a life-long commitment to learning and service.

OVERVIEW
Rooted in the Catholic tradition, the example of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati and empowered by the Holy Spirit, Kennedy Catholic’s Campus Ministry invites every person in the Kennedy Catholic community into an ever-growing, continually maturing relationship with Jesus Christ. We commit to this relationship through prayer, community, formation, and service. We seek to be a family that is continually formed and transformed through God’s love.

JOB SUMMARY
Kennedy Catholic High School is seeking a Campus Minister and Theology Teacher for the 2018- 19 school year. This is a full-time position. The successful candidate will be excited about working with high school students and proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education & Experience
 An active Catholic in good standing with the Church
 Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or Catechetical Certification
 Experience teaching Theology and in Campus Ministry or parish youth ministry
 Skill in applying technology in education
 Recent classroom experience
 High School or Middle School teaching background preferred
 Experience in planning and implementing retreats, liturgies and student leadership development preferred

CAMPUS MINISTRY PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
 Collaborate with the Campus Ministry team in overseeing the spiritual life of the Kennedy Catholic High School
 Coordinate the planning and implementation of retreats for each class level (specifically Search and Freshman Retreat)
 Collaborate with Service Coordinator for service learning opportunities
 Organize faith formation opportunities for faculty, staff, students and families

THEOLOGY TEACHER PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teach in alignment with the USCCB six semester curriculum
 Coordinate teaching and learning with team of Theology teachers
 Facilitate spiritual growth in the classroom through prayer experiences, participation in Adoration, and formation of students.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
 A commitment and demonstrated ability to working with high school students in a faith-based school rooted in the Catholic faith tradition
 Experience and knowledge of the Catholic faith tradition
 Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse student body in a multicultural setting
 An active respect for diversity and expertise in educating for justice and promoting servant leadership
 Serve on the campus ministry team supporting retreat planning, liturgy design/implementation, community outreach and service
 Ability to communicate effectively
 Strong program management and implementation skills for large group events such as retreats and liturgies
 Ability to teach to a broad range of ability levels
 Energetic, empathetic, and innovative approach to students
 Ability to be flexible and resourceful
 Ability to use technology as a tool in the classroom
 Possess the knowledge and skills to develop positive interpersonal relationships
 Good organization and management skills
 Ability to meet individual student needs in the development of department goals and restructuring of the curriculum
 Strong interpersonal, collaborative and organizational skills
 Ability to motivate and engage adolescents in the areas of liturgies, retreats and service
 A pastoral sense of working with students from other religious traditions

Apply through AppliTrack by going to the Office of Catholic Schools website at http://www.ocsww.org/ , additionally, email your cover letter and resume to Peggy Cunningham, Assistant to the Principal, cunninghamp@kennedyhs.org or by mail to: Kennedy Catholic High School Attn: Peggy Cunningham 140 S. 140th Street Burien, WA 98168-3496.

 


Science and Math Teacher

Posted June 7, 2018

John F. Kennedy Catholic High School, Burien, WA

ABOUT KENNEDY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School is a private Catholic high school, dedicated to providing quality Catholic education to all students, committed to fostering young people’s relationship with God, devoted to educating the whole person and driven to inspire a life-long commitment to learning and service.

JOB SUMMARY
To teach multiple sections of Physics and Math to high school students.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education & Experience
 Bachelor’s degree in Science
 Master’s degree preferred
 Skill in applying technology in education
 Recent classroom experience, high school teaching background preferred
 Experience with lab based courses

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
 Skill and ability to teach a broad range of levels of science, including Advanced Placement classes and College level courses
 Skill and ability to teach a broad levels of math, including Advanced Placement and College level courses.
 Energetic, empathetic, and innovative  Ability to be flexible and resourceful
 Desire to work with students from a variety of cultural backgrounds
 Ability to create and implement authentic assessments (formative and summative)
 Ability to use technology as a tool in the classroom
 Demonstrated ability to work with a wide variety of high school students in a multicultural setting
 Possess the knowledge and skills to develop positive interpersonal relationships
 Good organization and management skills
 Ability to meet individual student needs in the development of department goals and restructuring of the curriculum
 Desire to collaborate with colleagues including team teaching and professional learning communities

Apply through AppliTrack by going to the Office of Catholic Schools website at http://www.ocsww.org/, additionally, email your cover letter and resume to Peggy Cunningham, Assistant to the President, cunninghamp@kennedyhs.org or mail to: Kennedy Catholic High School Attn: Peggy Cunningham 140 S. 140th Street Burien, WA 98168-3496.


Pastoral Assistant for Youth Ministry

Posted June 1, 2018

St. Pius X Church, Mountlake Terrace, WA

POSITION: Pastoral Assistant for Youth Ministry (Full Time)

PARISH: St. Pius X, Mountlake Terrace, WA

REPORTS TO: Pastor

DATE: Posted: May 1, 2018 (Open Until Filled)

St. Pius X Parish, a culturally diverse and rapidly growing parish in Mountlake Terrace, WA, is seeking to hire a Pastoral Assistant for Youth Ministry who will be responsible to the Pastor for implementing the parishes commitment to ministry to middle and high school youth; including collaborating with parish staff, families and youth to incorporate elements of outreach, evangelization and discipleship formation to help our young church respond to their baptismal call.

The successful candidate will direct specific ministry outreach in middle school, high school and Confirmation programs which include but are not be limited to retreats, weekly faith formation meetings, community building, liturgy and community service opportunities. In addition to ministry in specified areas, the PA for Youth Ministry recruits, motivates, and provides general and specific direction to a stable group of volunteers to facilitate the program.

Successful candidates will have an active faith life within a Catholic community; will possess a commitment to personal discipleship, a love for youth and a joy while accompanying youth and their families on their faith journey. Applicants should possess the ability to maintain excellent communication and organization skills and have the ability to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends. Preferred qualifications include a degree in theology or related field and fluency in Spanish.

Salary DOE. Please return a cover letter and resume to casey@stpxparish.com


Pastoral Assistant for Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Posted May 4, 2018

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Parish, Vancouver, WA

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Parish, a welcoming community of approximately 800 families, is seeking a full time Pastoral Assistant for Youth and Young Adult Ministry. This person will direct Middle School, High School, and Young Adult sacramental preparation and ministries. Our parish faith formation focuses on whole-family, integrated catechesis. This person will work in close collaboration with the Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation and the entire pastoral team. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, demonstrated experience in relational ministry, excellent communication skills, and an engaged, active faith life. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits. Compensation commensurate with education and experience.

Please visit www.ollparish.org/jobs for more information and application requirements. Completed applications are due May 20th.

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

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