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

Housekeeping Attendant

Posted November 17, 2017

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


Database/ Registration Assistant

Posted November 13, 2017

NET Ministries National Headquarters, West St. Paul, MN

Duties
Assist in administration and registration of designated NET events.  Assist in maintenance and management of NET’s database operation. Position is part time, 10 hours/week during the day, M-F.

Requirements
Minimum: High school diploma or equivalent. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to thrive in a team environment. Organized self-starter. Ability to communicate in a friendly and professional manner with a customer service orientation. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Must profess, live, and communicate the teachings of the Catholic Church. Passionately committed to the mission of NET Ministries.

Preferred: Experience serving on a NET team. Database software experience

Additional Information
Part time hours must include at least 4 daytime hours on Friday between 8-3.
Will have access to many personal data sources and resources, consequently, must be able to maintain confidentiality.
The responsibilities of position requires the work to be accomplished on-site at the NET Center.

Request an application or more information from Julia Delcompare, HR Director, ministry@netusa.org or (651)450-6833 x 110.


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


Hospitality Staff

NET Ministries National Headquarters – West St. Paul, MN

The Hospitality Staff at NET Ministries’ National Headquarters is looking for dedicated, hardworking, part-time adult personnel to add to their team. We are in need of crew members who have a team mentality, are able to do manual labor, and are willing to work hard while cooking in large batches and performing deep cleaning tasks in various areas of the building.

Ideal adult candidates would maintain the highest degree of professionalism and teamwork, follow proper food production sheets to ensure quality meals, communicate effectively with peers and supervisors, be ready to work at the time shift starts, leave work area clean and sanitized at the end of each shift, and work a flexible part-time schedule that includes many weekends.

Please pass this information along to your friends or acquaintances, regardless of their faith background. We simply ask that our Hospitality employees are respectful of the Catholic faith and of the mission of NET Ministries. It is our goal that this position would be long-term.

Please contact Jeffrey for additional information or to apply.

Minnesota

Education Outreach Coordinator

Posted October 27, 2017

LifeEdge Solutions, St. Paul, MN

LifeEdge Solutions is a community outreach of Abria Pregnancy Resources. We work in partnership with teachers and campus leaders to assist youth and young adults in creating a personal vision built on positive and healthy lifestyle choices, providing education, skills-building, and mentorship to students in the Twin Cities. Our vision is to inspire youth and young adults to make the most advantageous lifestyle choices – especially when it comes to relationships and sexual health by offering the most effective messages and messengers in Minnesota. LifeEdge Solutions is committed to giving youth the edge in life that will lead to their success and happiness.

Position Summary:
Working alongside the Education Outreach Manager, the Education Outreach Coordinator is responsible for pioneering the development and implementation of Abria’s preventative sexual health education programs – LifeEdge Solutions – for junior and senior high schools, colleges, and universities within our geography. Duties include leading education sessions and activities in schools; cultivation of new site locations and recruitment and training of volunteer educators. This position is for a male educator to partner with our female educator; LifeEdge Solutions uses male/female education pairs to facilitate its programs in the classroom and other settings.

Time Commitment:
Regular, Part-Time, non-exempt position (0.50 FTE – 1.00 FTE) (Includes occasional evening and weekend hours as needed).

Position requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and/or related experience; 3-5 years of experience as a team member in a cross-functional organization.
  • Ability to proactively create and effectively manage programs and project plans. Attention to detail and excellent follow-through. Strong work ethic and organizational commitment. Basic computer skills and knowledge, including proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet creation and management. Sales skills and experience preferable. Experience in education or public speaking also preferred.
  • Effective interpersonal and relationship management skills. Positive attitude and strong communication skills and style. Ability to effectively coordinate and work productively with volunteers. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and to seek consultation when needed.

Apply here


Development and Office Assistant

Posted October 27, 2017

Abria Pregnancy Resources, St. Paul, MN

Position Summary
The Development and Office Assistant (DOA) is a key member of the development team. Primary responsibilities include donor database management and all aspects of gift processing. Additionally, the DOA provides administrative support to ensure the smooth operation of the office and administrative functions.

Time Commitment:
Regular, non-exempt, full-time position (40 hours per week, 1 FTE).

Position requirements

  • 2-3 years related experience; bachelor’s degree preferred. Administrative and data management experience and familiarity with donor database software. Working knowledge of Excel and DonorPerfect are highly desired. Prior experience in a non-profit or community based organization, preferably in social or family services, is desirable.
  • Positive attitude and excellent communication skills. Very high detail orientation and meticulous nature. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Ability to work as a team member and accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position
Please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and our employment application to hr@abria.org.

 


Client Care Nurse

Posted October 27, 2017

Abria Pregnancy Resources, St. Paul, MN

Position Summary
In cooperation and coordination with Nurse Manager, the Client Care Nurse (CCN) administers all medical services offered through Abria, including: pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection (STI) services, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, prenatal care services including education and venipuncture, medical counseling during the course of medical testing administration, and all aspects of other medical services at Abria.

The CCN is responsible for the direct oversight and supervision of all Client Care Nurse volunteers in the absence of the Nurse Manager and maintains a respectful and collaborative working relationship with all Abria staff and volunteers. The CCN will help fulfill the mission statement of Abria by utilizing the most current factual information and striving always for greater proficiency and excellence in each of our service areas.

Time Commitment
Regular, full-time position (40 hours/week, 1.00 FTE) including two Saturdays per month.
Job sharing arrangement is a possibility.

Position Requirements

  • Registered Nurse (RN) with current MN licensure; at least two years of RN experience; experience in Obstetrics preferred. RN trained in Limited OB Ultrasound preferred (training may be offered) or Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer certified in OB/GYN. Trained and competent in venipuncture (training may be offered). Basic computer skills and organizational aptitude. High attention to procedure and detail.
  • Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and/or related experience. Preferred: completion of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates’ (NIFLA) Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound Course or equivalent, and required competency successfully completed (or training can be provided); experience in a non-profit or community-based organization, such as a pregnancy resource center or counseling, social service, or family service provider desirable.
  • Able to empathize with those in distress and give practical assistance; strong counseling and active listening skills. Strong client orientation and ability to engage confidently in a non-judgmental way with all client demographics and situations. Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Dependable and reliable. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate and manage volunteers. Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and to seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position:
Please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and our employment application to hr@abria.org.

Alaska

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Religion Studies

Posted November 10, 2017

Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, AL

Alaska Pacific University (APU) invites applications for Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Religion Studies and Cardinal Newman Chair of Catholic Theology. Candidates should have demonstrated expertise in one of the Catholic theological disciplines as well as a commitment to the study of Indigenous, Ecumenical, and Interfaith understandings.

The University
APU is a small, private liberal arts university, known for experiential and project-based learning. The university campus is in Anchorage, Alaska, a diverse city and home to more than 300,000 residents. APU offers a unique set of bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate
level degrees, with emphasis on Alaska-critical and globally-relevant issues. APU embraces competency development and cultural relevancy throughout the curriculum, fostering high-level intellectual and practical skills, wide-ranging knowledge of science, cultures, and society, and an active commitment to personal and social responsibility. APU’s campus sits adjacent to the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) on the Alaska Native Health Campus. APU and ANTHC have formed a strategic partnership to grow innovative programs that are responsive to the workforce needs of Alaska, as well as growing Alaskan and Alaska Native professionals from within the state. https://www.alaskapacific.edu/

The Program Area
The Cardinal Newman Chair of Catholic Theology is established as an endowed professorship through a collaboration between APU and the Archdiocese of Anchorage. The position provides leadership for community engagement on Catholic thought as well as Indigenous, Ecumenical, and Interfaith understandings. The faculty position is part of the Liberal Studies program area. The program area offers a broad spectrum of core curriculum and specialized studies dedicated to developing cultural and historical perspective. The Liberal
Studies B.A. includes concentrations in Religion Studies, Literature, Philosophy, Writing, and Pre-Law. Other undergraduate degrees offered through Liberal Studies are in Alaska Native Governance, Creative and Professional Writing, and Sustainability Studies. At the graduate level the Master of Arts Program (MAP) is designed for individuals pursuing advanced learning through individualized, self-directed contract learning. Liberal Studies is part of the Institute of Culture & Environment, which also includes Outdoor Studies and Marine & Environmental Science programs.

Duties
The contract carries a 9-month teaching load of 24 credit hours per year (typically, 2-3 courses per semester with some release for Cardinal Newman Chair responsibilities). Teaching assignments are focused on the undergraduate level, emphasizing world religions, ethics, critical thinking, and other explorations of spiritual and cultural studies. Course assignments are based upon expertise and needs of the degree programs. Responsibilities also include mentorship and advising for students. All faculty are encouraged to develop
scholarship or creative work in their chosen field. Faculty are expected to participate in outcomes assessment, curriculum development, university committees, as well as other service to the university and broader community.

Rank and Salary
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. Salary is dependent upon educational preparation and experience, and is proscribed by a university-wide salary range. APU is a non-tenure college; faculty are eligible for multi-year appointments after initial contracts.

Date of Appointment: Fall 2018

Qualifications
Earned doctorate in religion studies or related field at time of appointment. Candidates should be able to demonstrate expertise in a core competency area related to Catholic theology, with additional interest or expertise in Indigenous, Ecumenical, and Interfaith understandings. Candidates who can teach across a broad cross-section of religion, ethics, and cultural studies are preferred.

Application Process & Deadline
Please complete the Application for Employment – up through the “How did you hear about us?” section as well as the Background Check forms. The rest of the form may be skipped, as education and experience will be include in your Curriculum Vitae (CV). The Equal Opportunity Self Report is optional. Please upload your CV (in a .txt, .doc, .docx, or .pdf) at the end of the application form. Additional documents, noted below, should be emailed to hr@alaskapacific.edu. If your CV exceeds 4 MB, please include it with the other documents.

In addition to a CV, interested candidates should send: 1.) a letter of interest describing how the applicant’s professional and pedagogical goals fit with APU’s dedication to experiential and project-based learning; 2.) unofficial copies of all academic transcripts; 3.) examples of teaching effectiveness and/or pedagogy; 4.) names of three references. Please submit materials to hr@alaskapacific.edu. Please direct questions about the position to Professor Paul Twardock, Director of the Institute of Culture & Environment, Alaska Pacific University, pault@alaskapacific.edu, 4101 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508. Completed applications should be received by February 5, 2018, for full consideration.

New Jersey

Youth Ministry Coordinator

Posted October 2, 2017

Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish, Glassboro and Pitman, NJ

Job Description
Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish in Glassboro & Pitman, NJ is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and deeply Catholic individual for a full-time position as the Youth Ministry Coordinator.

A successful applicant will be a self-starter and collaborator, with Education and experience in catechesis, youth ministry and ministry leadership. Computer, technology and multi-media skills are necessary, as well as an understanding of Comprehensive Youth Ministry as set forth by the USCCB in Renewing the Vision.

Diocesan Safe Environment background clearance and CAP training will be required, and salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and education.

A full job description can be provided upon request.

Interested applicants should email resume and cover letter to:
Meryl Cerana, Mary Mother of Mercy Parish, Glassboro, NJ, clff.mmom@gmail.com

Oklahoma

Director of Youth, Young Adult and Campus Ministry

Posted October 2, 2017

Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Job Description
The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a full-time Director of Youth, Young Adult and Campus Ministry. This position will include direct leadership of all Archdiocesan youth evangelization and discipleship efforts, and oversight of young adult and campus ministry efforts, and the summer youth camp program. A Bachelor’s Degree in Theology, Religious Education, or some related field required; master’s degree preferred. Previous experience in leading youth ministry on the diocesan and/or parish level is a must. Significant background with leadership training and ministry formation highly desired. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. For more information and a more detailed job description, please send inquiries and resumes to nlargent@archokc.org.

  • Terms: Full-Time Employee
  • Experience: 2-5 years
  • Education: Undergraduate
  • Base Pay: Salary

Send applications or inquiries to: nlargent@archokc.org


Director of Marriage and Family Life

Posted October 2, 2017

Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Job Description
The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a full-time Director of Marriage & Family Life Ministry. This position will include direct leadership of all Archdiocesan marriage and family life efforts, with oversight of marriage preparation, marriage enrichment, and various support services to families, including single parents and the divorced. A Bachelor’s Degree in Theology, or Marriage & Family Life required; master’s degree preferred. Previous experience in leading family life ministry on the diocesan and/or parish level is a must. Significant background with leadership training and ministry formation highly desired. Bilingual in Spanish a plus. For more information and a more detailed job description, please send inquiries and resumes to nlargent@archokc.org.

  • Terms: Full-Time Employee
  • Experience: 5-10 years
  • Education: Undergraduate
  • Base Pay: Salary

Send applications or inquiries to: nlargent@archokc.org


Director of Christian Leadership Development

Posted October 2, 2017

Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

Job Description
The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a full-time Director of Christian Leadership Development. This person will be the architect and director of an Archdiocesan Institute that addresses the ongoing formation needs of adults, preparing them for the lay apostolate. The aim of the institute will be to develop leaders who can collaborate in building a culture of missionary discipleship in the Archdiocese of OKC by providing courses and training for the lay faithful, as well as facilitating Catechetical Certification, Foundational Courses for Catholic School Teachers, etc. A masters degree in Theology or some related field is required. Previous experience in leading adult formation, as well as teaching background and curriculum development is a must. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. For more information and a more detailed job description, please send inquiries and resumes to nlargent@archokc.org

  • Terms: Full-Time Employee
  • Experience: 5-10 years
  • Education: Graduate Degree
  • Base Pay: Salary

Send applications or inquiries to: nlargent@archokc.org

Texas

Coordinator – Event Planner (Office For Events & Gatherings)

Posted November 3, 2017

Archdiocese of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

Responsibilities for this position include to assist in planning and coordinating events and major
initiatives that the Department for Pastoral Ministries carry out including conferences, retreats,
liturgies, training, workshops and other events; following the guidelines for vision and content for
events to meet the stated vision and goals that have been outlined; and requires event planning
including logistics, implementation / promotion and coordination of tasks and resources (people
and financial) required for an effective event in a timely manner.

Candidates must have a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Pastoral
Ministry, Theology/Religious Studies, or equivalent work experience in Management, Sales,
Operations, Non-Profit, or other areas that can be applied to ministerial planning and operations;
excellent written and verbal communication skills in both English and Spanish; strong
interpersonal skills with a high degree of professionalism; and proficiency of MS Office (Word,
Outlook, Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher). Online promotion and communication is
preferred and Diocesan Pastoral Center or parish experience preferred. Ability to work evenings
and weekends when needed.

Bilingual in Spanish and English strongly preferred

FLSA Status: Full Time- Exempt

To apply visit:
https://www.archsa.org/employment


Parish Life Liaison Associate Director

Posted November 3, 2017

Archdiocese of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

The Archdiocese of San Antonio is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Parish Life
Liaison. The Parish Life Liaison will assist designated parishes in the Archdiocese in working toward
the Mutually Shared Vision for discipleship and leadership and facilitate a plan of action to respond
to the identified needs of the parish utilizing parish, deanery, and diocesan resources. The Parish
Life Liaison will work with the pastors, deans, staff, councils, pastoral leaders, and the people of
God in parishes to assess and discern the pastoral needs of the community.

Candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies, Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or
related field with a Masters preferred; minimum of three year’s experience in diocesan or parish
pastoral ministry setting; excellent leadership, organizational, and interpersonal skills; proficiency
in Microsoft Office Suite; and written and verbal communication skills in both English and
Spanish. Candidate must also be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church;
knowledge of Catholic Church teachings; sensitive to multi-cultural reality of the Archdiocese;
committed to ongoing formation in ministry and spiritual development; and willingness to work
flexible schedule.

Bilingual in Spanish and English strongly preferred

FLSA Status: Full Time- Exempt

To apply visit:
https://www.archsa.org/employment


Secretariat Director For Mission:
Life, Justice, Peace, Outreach, & Young

Posted November 3, 2017
Archdiocese of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
The Director serves the multicultural pastoral needs of children, youth, young adults, adults, and
seniors; provides leadership, vision, and content which will serve as the foundational part of
resources to parishes and Catholic organizations in the development of faithful citizenship, justice
for immigrants, and Catholic Social Teaching; and provides content regarding all issues involving
the dignity of human life, from conception to natural death and other missionary and outreach
ministerial programs. Director is also the representative for the Archbishop and Archdiocese
before government agencies, non-profit organizations, and other entities that promote the
welfare of society and that of young adults in the Archdiocese.
Candidates must have a Bachelors’ Degree with a Master’s Degree in Social Teachings or any
science related field preferred and at least three years related experience and/or
training. Candidates must have a thoroughly grounded foundation in Catholic Social Teaching
(CST), the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, public policy and advocacy, and
church documents. Candidates must also have excellent written and verbal communication skills;
success working with committees; strong public relations skills; and excellent organizational
management skills. Candidates must be Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church. Ability
to work evenings and weekends when needed.
Bilingual in Spanish and English required
FLSA Status: Full Time- Exempt
Virginia

Mission Site Contractor

Posted September 19, 2017

Catholic Mission Trips, Boston, VA

Description
Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally (Oklahoma City; Kentucky; South TX; New Mexico; Houston; Haiti; Belize; Dominican Republic; Cameroon). Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.
Responsibilities 
Responsibilities include leading teens as project manager on work sites. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have excellent communication, mission trip or youth ministry experience, and construction experience. Contractors teach CMT staff construction basics so they can lead teens on the work sites in proper and safe use of tools and oversee the quality and safety on the work sites. This position covers room/board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $400 per week. Some fundraising is required. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/upcoming-trips/summer-staff-application. Contact Mykelle Laws: 540-829-1190 or mhlaws@aol.com.

Mission Summer Staff Team Leader

Posted September 19, 2017

Catholic Mission Trips, Boston, VA

Description
Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for high school and college youth throughout the U.S., Central America, Cameroon, and India. Learn more about our beginnings and the work we do at www.catholicmissiontrips.net
Responsibilities
The ideal candidates will be on fire for Christ, have excellent communication skills, have mission trip or youth ministry experience, and have supervisory experience. Team Leaders empower the program team members, ensure safety on the work sites, and oversee evening program. This position covers room and board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $400 per week. Some fundraising is required. Team Leaders are responsible for transportation at the beginning and end of the summer season, May 16-August 1. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/upcoming-trips/summer-staff-application. Contact Mykelle Laws at 540-829-1190 or mhlaws@aol.com

Mission Summer Senior and Junior Staff Members

Posted September 19, 2017

Catholic Mission Trips, Boston, VA

Description
Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.
Responsibilities
Responsibilities include working on a team to run mission trips. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have mission trip or youth ministry experience, and be flexible on the job. Staff minister to high school and college youth, ensure safety on the work sites, and lead evening program. This position covers room and board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $300-$350 per week. Some fundraising is required. Staff will secure their own transportation at the beginning and end of the season, May 16-August 1May 16-August 1. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/upcoming-trips/summer-staff-application. Contact Mykelle Laws at 540-829-1190 or mhlaws@aol.com

Mission Summer Team Musician

Posted September 19, 2017

Catholic Mission Trips, Boston, VA

Description
Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for youth throughout the U.S. and internationally. Learn more about our beginnings at www.catholicmissiontrips.net.
Responsibilities
Responsibilities include working on a team to run mission trips. The ideal candidate will be on fire for Christ, have experience leading praise and worship, be skilled on the guitar and vocally, and have mission trip or youth ministry experience. Musicians ensure safety on the work sites and lead worship during evening program. This position covers room/board, travel expenses, and a stipend of $300-$400 per week, depending on experience. Some fundraising is required. Musicians will secure their own transportation at the beginning and end of the season, May 16-August 1. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/upcoming-trips/summer-staff-application. Contact Mykelle Laws at 540-829-1190 or mhlaws@aol.com.

 

Mission Planning: Marketing and Recruitment

Posted September 19, 2017

Catholic Mission Trips, Boston, VA

Description
Catholic Mission Trips, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) that runs week-long mission trips for high school and college youth throughout the U.S., Central America, Cameroon, and India. Learn more about our beginnings and the work we do at www.catholicmissiontrips.net
Responsibilities
Responsibilities include recruiting youth ministry groups and college groups to attend summer mission trips, recruiting summer staff members, musicians, contractors, and site coordinators, training and preparing summer staff members, including fundraising, and monitoring online training of staff, marketing planning and website changes/blogs. This position is part time, will work from home and collaborate closely with the administrative staff, and be available to lead occasional mission trips as needed. Salary is negotiable. Interested applicants should fill out the online application at http://catholicmissiontrips.net/upcoming-trips/summer-staff-application. Contact Mykelle Laws at 540-829-1190 or mhlaws@aol.com.
Work From Home

Evangelize and Publish a Magazine

Posted November 7, 2017

Lighthouse Catholic Publishing

Terms: Full Time Employee
Experience: 0-2 years
Location: Your Home Town
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Category: Sales
Base Pay: Commission Only

Job Description
Lighthouse Catholic Publishing (LCP) is seeking passionate Catholics with an entrepreneurial spirit Nationwide.

As a publisher with LCP you will be an integral part of growing a business whose mission is to bring Catholics back to Mass, strengthen community life, and energize local businesses. To this end, our publishers grow professional, local Catholic magazines with family-friendly and spiritually uplifting content. This is accomplished in face-to-face meetings with local business owners, showing them the benefits of partnering with the local Catholic community.

Here are some samples of what we do:
http://www.lighthousecatholicpublishing.com/contact

Duties
• B2B advertising sales
• Daily prospecting, setting of appointments, and face-to-face presentations
• Building a book of business by means of exceptional customer service and networking with professional organizations
• Participate in business development and ongoing training calls
• Work with management for planning and goal setting initiatives

Benefits
• Live your Catholic faith through work in Ad Sales and Publishing.
• Above average industry pay – this role provides a long-term income opportunity flowing from the duration of contracts sold.
• No experience necessary. World class training provided, free of charge.
• Personal and spiritual development opportunities: at LCP you’re encouraged to love and serve God.
• Flexible schedule
• Joy of publishing a magazine that does good for the parish, disengaged Catholics, and local businesses: You will bring many people together and your work will serve as an instrument to draw people to God!

Send applications or inquiries to: msandifer@lighthousecatholicpublishing.com

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