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.

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California

Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Posted October 6, 2018

St. Katharine Drexel, Martell, CA

Job Summary
St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Parish is a 1000 family parish in historic Gold Country, about an hour outside of Sacramento, and covers all of Amador County. We are looking for a full-time Youth Minister with a missionary heart desiring to reach youth and young adults where they are and lead them to Christ and his Church. Through relational ministry, retreats, small group discipleship and outreach events, the Youth Minister will work alongside our Pastor and Director of Evangelization and Catechesis to spread the Gospel and make disciples.

Location
Amador County is in the heart of the Gold Country and is known for its natural beauty. Alongside the historical mining towns that are scattered throughout the area, there are miles of hiking trails and beautiful lakes to explore. Mixed in with the history is a rich wealth of local wineries. Many move to Amador County to get away from the busyness of the Bay Area and to enjoy the small town life.

Summary of Responsibilities:

Middle School Youth Ministry
Initiate and build a community of faith, with Middle School youth, in accord with the Parish Mission. This group meets at the parish on a least a monthly basis.

Argonaut and Amador High School Catholic Clubs
Facilitate and teach at bi monthly meeting and provide short evangelistic/catechetical content.  Support and develop youth leaders and bridge to parish youth group.

High School Youth Ministry
Initiate and build a community of faith, with High School youth, in accord with the Parish Mission. This group meets at the parish on a weekly basis.

Confirmation Program
Coordinate and build the Confirmation program for 7th and 8th grade students.

Young Adult Gatherings
Build and coordinate gatherings of Young Adults and increase general engagement in the community.

Leadership Development
Recruit, train, and support youth, young adult, and adult volunteers to assist in Youth Ministry.

Attributes
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 
Able to grow community of Intentional Disciples
Willing to learn/take constructive criticism
Outgoing and joy-filled demeanor

Skills
Organization and management, leadership development, effective communication, creativity, vision, ease of relating to youth and young adults and creating community among them, and self-motivated.

Minimum Education, Training and Experience
Practicing member of the Roman Catholic Church.
Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Philosophy or related field preferred.
Two years working or volunteering in leadership capacity with teenagers in a parish setting.

Commitment to work towards national and diocesan certification, as required, and continuing professional education.

Proficiency in Microsoft Office and electronic means of social media.

This position offers:
– Competitive salary
– Benefits
– One on one coaching
– Professional and spiritual development
– Flexible work hours
– Warm and supportive community

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to frcwen@stkatharinedrexel.com. Expected start date is January 2019.


Assistant Youth Ministry Coordinator

Posted October 2, 2018

St. Stanislaus, Modesto, CA

Huge mission field with a tremendous support opportunity to help transform teenage lives

Are you a bilingual Catholic who is on-fire to help teens grow closer to Jesus Christ? St. Stanislaus Catholic Community in California’s Central Valley is looking for an energetic Assistant Youth Ministry Coordinator to provide general support, record keeping, and administration of our parish’s comprehensive year-round LifeTeen and EDGE programs which include a path to confirmation. This is a part-time position with flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.

This position is for you if

  • You are an organized, detail oriented, team-focused, Christ-centered missionary, with a passion for providing administrative support and maintaining records
  • You thrive being part of a team and making sure all the little things get done

 

You should have

  • Graduated from high school or equivalent with at least two (2) years of experience in an administrative or support role
  • The ability to correctly speak, read and write English and Spanish
  • Basic computer skills working with word processing, spreadsheet, database, scheduling and publishing software

 

We can offer a

  • Competitive, part-time position with flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends
  • Team-oriented, faith-filled, creative work environment
  • Huge mission field with tremendous support opportunity to help transform teenage lives

 

Our Parish
Just 140 years ago, St. Stanislaus was established as a Catholic community in Modesto, California. The first Catholics in the 1860s who migrated to this area would spend a day’s travel by horse and buggy to invite a priest back to Modesto to celebrate Mass in people’s homes. From these humble beginnings, St. Stanislaus has grown into a multicultural parish with over 5,400 families. Our vision is to continue our missionary roots and establish the foundation for our next 140 years by leading teenagers to the transformative power of Jesus Christ.

 

How to Apply
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume and references to youth@ststanscc.org no later than Wednesday, October 31, 2018.

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)

Florida

Youth Minister Coordinator

Posted October 8, 2018

St. Joseph Catholic Church, Zephyrhills, FL

Grades 6-12, Part-time, Non-Exempt

Job Description
St. Joseph Parish is seeking a youth minister with a passion for evangelization and discipleship. This person will provide spiritual support and direction to our youth through being a role model, coordinating/overseeing all youth ministry activities, training/supervising all adult volunteers, organizing retreats and service opportunities, and integrating the youth group into all aspects of parish life. The ability to lead praise and worship would be an asset, but is not required. There is potential for growth in this part-time opportunity as the program expands.

The successful candidate will have a well-rounded understanding of Catholic teachings, excellent leadership skills, and the ability to relate well to youth, parents, and co-workers. Each candidate must be an active member of his or her parish and be in good standing with the Catholic Church.

A Level II FBI Background Screening and the completion of Safe Environment Training is required for this position.

Will be working with NET Alumni – Joshua Dowling 07’-08’

If interested, please forward your resume and cover letter to:
Beverly Burgess, Business Manager Beverly@stjosephzephyrhills.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

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

Chapter Development Officer

Posted September 11, 2018

Legatus, Ann Arbor, MI

Legatus is a national organization of Catholic business executives and their spouses who are committed to studying, living, and spreading the Catholic faith. We are currently conducting a search for a Chapter Development Officer (CDO).  The CDO manages the process of establishing new chapters within designated regions of the country.  The position requires 80% travel and candidates must be practicing Catholics who are passionate about their faith, exhibit excellent communication and organizational skills, and work well in a detail-oriented, professional environment.

Responsibilities
The main responsibility is to call on Catholic business executives to introduce them to the organization, invite them to membership and manage the application process.  A detailed outline of the process shall be shared with the candidates after application. 

The second main responsibility is to establish the organizational structure that a developing chapter requires to become a fully chartered Legatus chapter. In addition to establishing an initial core group of leaders, this includes hiring, training and managing a part-time Chapter Administrator who supports the leaders and eventual chapter officers, and who is responsible for all administrative duties and event coordination and assists in program planning, prospecting and member retention.

Qualifications
The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree, at least two years of sales experience – preferably in a service industry or in selling of memberships – as well as organizational development experience in fields such as general non-profit management, Christian (ideally Catholic) programming, parish or diocesan administration, ministerial outreach, alumni association management or donor relations.

The ideal candidate will have experience with a regional or national member-driven organization with a background in member recruitment, volunteer training, public speaking, board guidance and utilizing a robust CRM system.

Key Competencies
• Knowledge of and loyalty to the teachings of the Catholic Church
• Servant leader mentality
• High degree of professionalism, resourcefulness and integrity
• Ability to adapt to a wide variety of situations
• Positive, optimistic and willing attitude
• Excellent communication skills
• Client service mentality
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

Physical Requirements
• Air and automobile travel within the region is required (80%)
• Working from home is required
• Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards
• Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards

Benefits and Incentives
• Incentive plan for bonuses based on the growth within developing chapters
• Benefits plan includes a matching 401(k) and excellent medical, vision and dental coverage

Forward cover letter and resume to Nancy Haskell at nhaskell@legatus.org.

 


Theology Teacher

Posted August 3, 2018

Hackett Catholic Prep, Kalamazoo, MI

Hackett Catholic Prep is seeking to hire a full-time Theology Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year.

  • 11th grade Theology (Morality)
  • 12th grade Theology (Apologetics and Prayer)

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Theology or Religious Studies is highly preferred
  • Valid Secondary Michigan Teaching Certificate is preferred. [Without a teaching certificate, the candidate must present and follow a timely plan for obtaining Michigan teacher certification]
  • Willingness to complete the Catechist Certification through the Diocese of Kalamazoo Institute for Missionary Discipleship (https://imdisciple.com/catechist)
  • Must be:
    •  an active, practicing Catholic, with a desire and ability to lead students, by example, into a deeper communion with our Lord Jesus Christ
    • faithful to the teachings of the magisterium of the Catholic Church in all aspects of his/her life
    • an enthusiastic, creative person who possesses individual initiative and a high level of personal integrity
  • Must have:
    • ability to engage high school students and promptly address their educational needs by modifying instructional approaches
    • ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, parents, and staff
    • positive experience in teaching the Catholic faith to others
    • ability to receive and implement feedback on continuous improvement of instructional skills and classroom management
    • excellent oral and written communicative skills
    • strong organizational ability, time management skills, and attention to detail
    • proficiency in using technology

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Teach 11th and 12th grade Theology
    • Planning, preparing, and delivering content-rich and engaging lessons to all students
    • Assigning, correcting, and grading work (formative assessments) completed by students
    • Assessing mastery (through summative assessments), recording, and reporting on the development, progress, attainment, and behaviors of students
    • Providing oral and written appraisals, reports, and references relating to individual students
    • Providing in-class leadership to the Senior Capstone Project: instructing, mentoring, and guiding all juniors and seniors to produce quality Capstone papers according to the required timeline
  • Work together with the Chaplain, the Theology Department, and the Diocesan Office of Schools in the preparation and development of courses of study, teaching materials, teaching programs, and proper methods of teaching and assessment
  • Participate in two Theology Department afterschool meetings each month
  • Work as a member of a team and be willing to participate in building retreats, initiatives, and projects, including afterschool school staff meetings
  • Implement differentiated instruction and make use of varied reading and writing strategies to improve student achievement
  • Communicate, consult, and cooperate with school staff
  • Maintain a current knowledge of content, pedagogy, and technology
  • Provide a safe, efficient, and organized classroom environment
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the administration

Interested candidates should either apply online through the Kalamazoo County Area Schools Employment Consortium or by sending a letter of interest, resume, references, and a letter from their pastor stating they are parishioner in good standing to:

Brian Kosmerick, Principal
Hackett Catholic Prep
1000 West Kilgore Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
bkosmerick@hackettcp.org fax: 269-381-2646

Application Deadline: August 8, 2018


 

Minnesota

Capital Campaign Director

Posted November 6, 2018

Based in Minnesota traveling around the state

Position Description
The Campaign Director position provides an exciting, full-time opportunity to work with various entities within the Catholic Church as they raise necessary funds to build new buildings, renovate existing ones, create new ministries and educational programs and fortify the future of their communities.  The Campaign Director works closely with the Church, School or Diocese to bring the community together to accomplish a shared goal. Classroom and onsite training provided.

Job Responsibilities Include:

  • Design and produce feasibility study and campaign materials, including but not limited to: Case Statements, Feasibility Letters and Questionnaires, Campaign Brochures, Follow Up Letters and Thank You Letters.
  • Coordinate Feasibility Studies including personal interviews, questionnaire analysis, retain and compile data for reporting.
  • Plan and execute Capital Campaigns including Major Gift visits and Receptions; prepare communications; train, lead and motivate volunteers; and record pledges.
  • Prepare regular progress reports regarding the success of the campaigns.


Qualifications Include:

– Strong Organizational Skills
– Public Speaking Skills
– Interpersonal Skills
– Leadership and Management Skills
– Openness to Regular Travel
– Bachelor’s Degree
– Bilingual in Spanish a plus
– The Director Candidate should be interested in working with diverse groups, meeting new people and working somewhat independently.  Looking for both entry level and experienced directors. Car, Mobile Phone and Travel Reimbursement; Healthcare Plan and Employer Contribution Retirement Plan available.  Salary commensurate with experience.

About the Employer
Lynch Development Associates (LDA) is a Catholic development firm that specializes in assisting Catholic dioceses, parishes, schools and other entities with their long and short-term development needs.  Since 1994, we have had the opportunity to raise the necessary funds to help fortify the futures of communities nationwide. Our firm conducts feasibility and planning studies, capital campaigns, stewardship initiatives, increased offertory appeals and strategic planning. Our directors are intimately involved and act as constant counsel to serve our clients efficiently and in a faith-filled manner.  Our employees experience great satisfaction in their work and using their skills to further the mission of the Catholic Church.

Submit Resume directly to info@lynchdevelopment.com or though www.lynchdevelopment.com/career-opportunities


Faith Formation Director

Posted September 28th, 2018

St. Agnes and Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Walker, MN

St. AGNES AND SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCHES POSITION DESCRIPTION “GO MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL NATIONS, BAPTIZING THEM IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, AND OF THE SON, AND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT.” MATTHEW 28:19

Title: Faith Formation Director Reports
To: Pastor Position Definition: Full Time Employee FLSA
Status: Exempt, ministerial exception
Revision Date: September 13, 2018

INTRODUCTION:  Praise the Lord,  we are hiring at St.  Agnes and Sacred Heart!  We’re looking for a full-­‐time  faith formation director—Someone alive  in their Catholic faith, committed to  following Jesus Christ as an intentional  disciple, experienced in evangelization and  passionate about bringing others to Christ, and  equipped for the mission of the New Evangelization.  Come Holy Spirit!

QUALIFICATIONS:    Practicing Catholic.    Bachelors degree required,  major in theology preferred.    Strong organizational and leadership  skills. Strong computer and technology   skills including Microsoft Office and Google  Suite.

JOB  SUMMARY:    In coordination  with the Pastor,  directly responsible  for all aspects of family  evangelization and catechesis programs  for the parishes, oversees Safe Environment   program, visits with new parishioners, and collaborates  with Youth Ministry staff and programs. Full Job Description  available on parish cluster website at www.stagnesandsacredheart.com    and on request.

To  apply:    Send resume  to Fr. Timothy  Lange, PO Box 874,  Walker, MN 56484 or   frtimothylange@gmail.com.

For  questions,  contact Fr.  Timothy Lange  by email: frtimothylange@gmail.com.  

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES: In cooperation with the Pastor, Youth Minister, and Elementary Faith Formation Coordinator, the Faith Formation Director:

  • Empowers families to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today
  • Promotes the faith, and in varying capacities, supervises and leads worship services.
  • Works to provide the necessary programs, opportunities, and tools for the personal and spiritual growth of all parishioners, especially adults and parents.
  • Seeks to draw people to responsible participation in the sacramental life, mission, and work of the faith community.
  • Builds and develops outreach to area communities.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  1. Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees are held to a different and, many times, a higher standard of conduct. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with, and supportive of, the mission and purpose of the Church. Their behavior must not violate the faith, morals, or laws of the Church or the Diocese of Duluth, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal. This employee must be an active, participating Catholic. All employees are expected to respect Catholic doctrine and religious practice.
  2. Follow established parish and diocesan policies in all areas, including finance, personnel, facility use, and work schedules.
  3. Work with professionals and volunteers for the welfare and growth of the parish community.
  4. Be aware of Federal and State Laws, as well as Diocesan and parish policies related to moral and ethical employee standards, including but not limited to those relating to vulnerable adults, youth, child protection, and sexual harassment. Ensure compliance with these laws and policies.

FAITH FORMATION DIRECTOR GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES (includes but not limited to):

  1. Fundamentals:
    1. Be on time and prepared for the day’s activities.
    2. Provide a safe learning environment for each person/parishioner and personally act always in a safe manner.
    3. When personally instructing demonstrate competence in instructional methods and knowledge of subject matter being taught.
    4. Model behavior consistent with Catholic teaching.
    5. Accept feedback on job performance professionally and with a goal for continuous improvement.
  2. Vision:
    1. Responsible for long-term faith formation strategy at the parish for forming disciples of Jesus Christ (in conjunction with the pastor).
    2. Provide overall leadership for integration of formation content into a coordinated effort that has a multi-year, progressive focus. This coordination includes family evangelization, catechesis, and sacramental preparation; adult evangelization, catechesis, and RCIA; small groups/bible studies; parish retreats; speakers; and specific event content (such as Men’s and Women’s conferences, Mass with Prayers for Healing, etc.).
    3. Incorporate Catholic teaching across all curricular areas.
  3. Team:
    1. Work constructively with colleagues to maintain a collegial atmosphere among the staff.
    2. Collaborate with Youth Minister on formation objectives for junior and senior high parishioners.
    3. Collaborate with Elementary Faith Formation Coordinator on formation objectives for elementary students.
    4. Network with appropriate people at other parishes and stay current on best practices in parish faith formation.
  4. Parish:
    1. Communicate effectively with staff, parishioners and volunteers, both orally and in writing. This includes one-to-one interactions, speaking with small groups, and speaking in front of large groups.
    2. Support and nurture the faith life of each person.
    3. Use technology effectively for both instruction and daily job duties.
    4. Interact with parents, children and staff in a constructive way that does not create unnecessary conflict.
  1. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES (includes but not limited to):
  1. Overall:
    1. Directly responsible (with guidance from the pastor) for all aspects of family catechesis programs at the parish, including design of the program and curriculum.
    2. Incorporate the Spirituality of Stewardship into all modes of formation.
    3. Oversee Safe Environment compliance for the parish.
    4. Assess processes and programs for efficiency and effectiveness. Makes changes as needed.
    5. Identify and recruit volunteers with appropriate skills to assist with faith formation activities.
    6. Participate in classes, workshops and staff development opportunities to sustain and grow in professional knowledge.
    7. Maintain regular and appropriate communications with students, parents, and staff.
    8. Visit and connect with new parishioners.
  2. Adults:
  1. Develop and implement evangelization strategies to under-served local communities 
  2. Promote small group evangelization and bible studies. Assist with curriculum materials as needed and appropriate.
  3. Provide resources and support for married couples’ formation and spiritual growth.
  4. Assist all groups involved with faith formation to select topics and content consistent with the formation strategy of the parish.

3. Youth: (in collaboration with Youth Minister and Elementary Coordinator)

  1. Responsible for sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation and First Communion.
  2. Collaborate with Pastor and Youth Minister in preparing parishioners for the Sacrament of Confirmation.
  3. Collaborate with Elementary Faith Coordinator for religious release days.
  4. Responsible for summer youth activities including Totus Tuus, mission trips, and Camp Survive.
  5. Determine necessary instruction for delayed sacramental preparation and method of delivery.
  6. Assess effectiveness of volunteers. Suggest changes in methods to improve outcomes.
  7. Communicate classroom expectations clearly to children and adults.
  8. Other duties as assigned by the Pastor.

The responsibilities listed above are representative of the position and are not intended to be all-inclusive.

MENTAL DEMANDS

  1. Work cooperatively with other staff, general parishioners and volunteers.
  2. Maintain confidentiality as appropriate; demonstrate integrity at all times.
  3. Listen well and communicate clearly.
  4. Accept direction and feedback on job performance from supervisor.
  5. Manage multiple tasks and use good judgment to set priorities. Plan work to accomplish required tasks.
  6. Recognize potentially unsafe situations and respond appropriately and quickly.
  7. Remain positive and courteous, even in stressful situations.
  8. Speak and act in a manner appropriate for a Catholic Church environment.
  9. Use appropriate means of communication for the workplace: email, voicemail, etc. The mental demands listed above are considered essential to the performance of the position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. (The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.)
  2. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to stand, walk, sit, use hands to feel objects with tools or controls, reach with hands and arms, talk, and hear.
  3. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move objects up to 45 pounds.
  4. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
  5. Be able to use a computer keyboard.
  6. The physical demands listed above are considered essential to the performance of the position. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Practicing Catholic who accepts all required doctrines of the Church.
  2. Bachelors degree (or equivalent) required; major in theology preferred.
  3. Previous experience working in parish faith formation required.
  4. Strong computer and technology skills, including Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite.
  5. Must be a strategic thinker who can both assess current state of affairs and develop integrated, long-term plans.
  6. Organizational skills suited to balancing many duties and details.
  7. Good communicator who articulates messages clearly and consistently in a variety of venues and using a variety of means.
  8. Strong and positive leader who can influence people and generate enthusiasm.

ONGOING PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPECTATIONS:

  1. Attend yearly retreat.
  2. Attend in person or digitally monthly Catechetical and/or Youth Ministry Meetings in Duluth (currently held 1st Tuesday of each month in Duluth–9:30am-3pm)
  3. Takes adequate vacation.
  4. Ongoing study and personal reading regarding faith formation.
  5. Attend other conferences as approved by the pastor.

________________________________________ __________________________ EMPLOYEE DATE

________________________________________ __________________________ EMPLOYER DATE

Missouri

Parish Youth Minister

Posted July 12, 2018

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Springfield, MO

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, an 1800-family-parish in Springfield, MO (www.seaschurch.org), is seeking an enthusiastic Youth Minister who is passionate about leading our youth into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church. He/she will work in close cooperation with the pastor and other staff members and will build a team of adult volunteers to assist with youth ministry activities. This position includes Confirmation preparation and Vacation Bible School as well as other ministry activities for youth throughout the year. Candidates must be confirmed, practicing Catholics. A bachelor’s degree or certification in Youth Ministry and some experience in working with youth is preferred. Full or part-time is negotiable. Those interested should submit their resume and letter of interest by July 20, 2018 to:  Rev. Thomas E. Reidy, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, 2200 W. Republic Rd., Springfield MO 65807 or by email to:  parishinfo@seaschurch.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

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

Director of Young Adult Ministry

Posted July 12, 2018

All Saints Catholic Church, Dallas, TX

All Saints Catholic Community is seeking a Director of Young Adult Ministry. The Director of Young Adult Ministries needs to be passionate and engaging about leading young adults into an authentic and lasting relationship with Jesus. The Director of Young Adult Ministry will work closely within the All Saints Community as well as with the Newman Catholic Ministry at the University of Texas at Dallas. The Director of Young Adult Ministry will work alongside the office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, under the direction of the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry to have a unified vision on dynamic and engaging catechesis, relational ministry, involvement in the parish life, and outreach in the community. The applicant must be a practicing Catholic in good standing. Applicants will need to work some evenings and weekends.

Job Requirements
• Must be an active and practicing Catholic.
• The applicant must have exceptional communication skills.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft office and Google G Suite software.
• Good organizational skills.
• At least two years of ministry experience as staff or volunteer.
• The applicant will need to drive to UTD on occasion.

Please send resumes to pbianchi@allsaintsdallas.org


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

Pastoral Assistant for Youth Ministry

Posted October 5, 2018

St. Francis of Assisi Church and school, Burien, WA

PARISH: St. Francis of Assisi

POSITION TITLE: Pastoral Assistant for Youth Ministry

REPORTS TO: Fr. Dick Hayatsu and Rosemary Leifer

I. POSITION PURPOSE

To implement the parish’s commitment to youth ministry which encompasses all that is involved in helping teens embrace and mature in their faith, becoming authentic disciples of Jesus and fully engaged members of his church.

 

II. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Collaborates with the Pastoral Leader, staff, and consultative bodies in implementing the mission of the parish.  
  2. Attends all staff meetings and other staff functions.
  3. Provides an authentic role model of Christian discipleship and healthy relationships. Cultivates an atmosphere of depth, intimacy and mutual responsibility.
  4. Recruits, trains and forms adult volunteers to be discipleship leaders who work with a small group of young people, leading them into a deeper relationship with Christ and helping them become authentic disciples.  Within each small group:
    1. Teens experience Christian community that affirms their inherent worth and encourage sharing of their God-given strengths;
    2. Will grow in their relationship with Christ through experiential prayer practices .
    3. Grounded in love, will grow in their understanding of church teachings, scriptures, and church history as it relates to their lives.
    4. Healthy relationships within the small group will be fostered and modeled.
    5. The teens will be encouraged to discern the Spirit in the ways they live their faith in their everyday lives.  
    6. Will learn humidity that encourages authentic expression of faith and connection with each other
  5. Assesses and provides ongoing training for the adults on promoting the principles of Christian living and creating positive environments where trust, intimacy, mutual responsibility and accountability exist.  
  6. Provides large group programs and activities for junior and senior high youth that foster spiritual formation and connection to the wider community. This may include but is not be limited to retreats, religious education, socials, recreation, athletic activities, outreach programs, youth-oriented liturgies, and community service opportunities.
  7. Coordinates evangelization outreach programs to youth by building additional small groups annually.  
  8. Prepares eligible youth for the Sacrament of Confirmation.
  9. Maintains a presence in the school by participating in designated school activities that includes recess.
  10. Develops and administers the youth program budget as delegated by the pastoral leader.
  11. Maintains a level of knowledge and skills required for this ministry through regular updating, reading appropriate materials and participation at workshops and conventions.  Participates in local, regional and national professional organizations, as approved and as appropriate.

 

Please have applicants send resumes and cover letters to Tom Curran at tom@MyCatholicFaith.org or they can call for more information at 253-797-7801.

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

Director of Discipleship and Evangelization

Posted November 6, 2018

St. Mary’s Parish, Menomonee Falls, WI 

Responsibilities:

  • Forming parishioners into intentional disciples primarily through small groups and one-to-one mentoring
  • Training of parish leaders in the facilitation of small groups and one-to-one mentoring relationships
  • Working with committee and ministry heads to transform broader parish undertakings into discipleship-minded initiatives
  • Re-envisioning and engaging the work of sacramental preparation as the connection point between active parish disciples and those who are on the fringes or still searching
  • Knowing and implementing the catechetical tenets of evangelization into parish life, especially as written in the General Directory for Catechesis and papal documents.
  • Participating in area parish shared formation and catechetical ministries.

 

Qualifications

  • Applicant must be practicing the Catholic faith and possess an outgoing, motivated personality, have a consistent prayer life, and established communication and teaching skills
  • A Bachelor or Master Degree in Theology or a related field from a faithful college or university
  • First-hand experience in FOCUS, NET, or a related evangelization ministry
  • Working experience in parish-based ministry and flexibility/availability nights and weekends based on ministry schedules

 

Compensation

Type: Annual
Notes:  Benefits: • Participation in a dynamic Catholic parish at the forefront of the New Evangelization • A commensurate, full-time salary • A comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, disability and life insurance and a retirement plan. Affordable dental and vision is also available.


Additional Information

Start Date: 2018-12-03
Location: St. Mary – Menomonee Falls (M16)
County: Waukesha
Job Category: Parishes – Pastoral/Ministerial
Employment Type: Full Time
Notes: Full Time, exempt

To Apply
Instructions: Please forward your résumé and a cover letter including your vision for evangelization at a Catholic parish to Steve Cosentino at scosentino@stmaryparish.net.
Contact Name: Steve Cosentino
Address:
N89W16297 Cleveland Avenue
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Phone: 262-251-0220
Fax: 262-251-6948

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