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

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.

Arizona

Life Support Coordinator – Life Teen, Inc.

Posted July 31, 2017

Mesa, AZ      

 

Job Description
The Life Support Coordinator is passionate about creating high-quality resources for high school youth ministers in both print and digital versions. This vital role coordinates the development, writing, editing, publication of our Life Support Resources under the direction of the Director of Resource Development as a member of the Resource Development team. This individual is self-motivated, collaborative, joyful and excited at the prospect of managing writers and creating content that empowers high school youth ministers, priests, Directors of Religious Education, and Core Members lead teenagers closer to Christ.

The Resource Development team is a group of disciples that are passionate about leading teens closer to Christ through written and digital resources. We recognize that this comes with great affirmation but also great spiritual attack, criticism, and sometimes frustration with a healthy dose of writer’s block. We support each other in prayer through our victories and help each other when we fall. We strive for the best because the Gospel deserves it.

This position isn’t for everyone, but if you think it might be for you then read on:

How You Will Make An Impact at Life Teen:
-Mentor a team of content writers for Life Support and empower them to create incredible content that makes our Life Support resources a powerful tool in the hands of a youth minister
-Creatively develop Life Night series topics based on the USCCB Doctrinal Framework for High School Catechesis as well as the current spiritual needs of teenagers and guide a creative team that brings those topics to life
-Be the expert in the various resources that comprise Life Support and help youth ministers and Life Teen staff understand how to use each resource effectively
-Ensure theological and editorial accuracy in all Life Support resources
-Serve as an integral part of the resource development team providing vision and planning for catechetical content, event follow up content, and digital media
-Be a highly organized, logistical mastermind that can manage several project workflows, deadlines, and resource concepts while still functioning in a high creative capacity
-Create innovative additional content related to Life Support that is distributed via Flocknote, LifeTeen.com, and other partnership platforms
-Present on Life Support resources and youth ministry best practices as needed at our training conferences
-Joyfully take direction from leadership while following Life Teen Style
-Guide best practices and guidelines
-Assist with the development of other high school youth ministry resources and participate on creative planning committees for major resource projects

These are the skills you need to get the job:
-A passion for the written word and excitement to create and develop resources that empower youth ministers to impact the lives of thousands of teenagers
-The humility to understand that logistical problem solving, editing, and calendaring are just as vital (if not more) to the movement of Life Teen as is getting on stage to speak, give a workshop, or publish a book – so along those lines, you also possess 
-A lack of desire to become “Catholic-famous”
-Recognition of teen culture as the modern day Areopagus and a masterful eye to recognize the ways that we can proclaim Christ within it
-A creative spirit, driven attitude, and disciplined mentality that can come up with a catchy Life Night title as well as hold a writer to a deadline
-Joy under strict deadlines and in receiving critical feedback – recognizing that the greatest gift to a writer is a solid editor
-Ability to manage your workflow without micromanagement or heavy oversight
-Understanding of the unique needs of youth ministers, teenagers, and parents and the ability to respond to that need with specificity and pastoral care

Who You’ll Work With:
Joel Stepanek is Life Teen’s Director of Resource Development. He is passionate about creating innovative resources that empower youth ministers to lead teens closer to Christ and inspirational books and blogs that challenge teenagers to grow as disciples. He is responsible for guiding the direction of Life Teen’s catechetical resources, digital content, and printed books and will be your team leader.

David Calavitta is Life Teen’s Director of Marketing and Graphic Design. He guides the artistic vision for the life-changing resources that Life Teen produces and believes that truth and beauty go hand-in-hand in proclaiming the Gospel. He leads the team that will design the resources you help create.

Amanda Grubbs is Life Teen’s Edge Support Coordinator. She loves serving the hyperactive humanity that is middle school youth and gets fired up about supporting families. She guides the direction for our parent blogs and will be a critical collaborator in your online mission.

Leah Murphy is Life Teen’s Coordinator of Digital Evangelization and Outreach. She champions all things social media, coordinates our LifeTeen.com blog (reaching hundreds of thousands of teenagers every year), and creates engaging video content that responds to the needs of teenagers in our modern culture.

Mark Hart is Life Teen’s Executive Vice President of Content and Identity. He is responsible for a cohesive and impactful vision of resources, events, marketing, and evangelization. He provides prayerful vision and direction to all we do with our resources.

Where You’ll Work:
We are a collaborative team that is based in Mesa, Arizona (a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona). This position will require relocating to the Phoenix metro area so you can be a part of our awesome office culture, engage in our community prayer, and be close to collaborate. If you are interested in satellite or remote work, this isn’t the position for you.

How to Apply:
If you think God is calling you to be the Life Support Coordinator at Life Teen, please send a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples that you are proud of to ebayardi@lifeteen.com with the subject line “Life Support Coordinator”.

We are excited to hire our new Life Support Coordinator, so we will close applications for this position on August 7th at 11:59 PM MST.

About the Employer
Life Teen is a Eucharist-centered movement within the Roman Catholic Church that leads teenagers and their families into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. With the Blessed Virgin Mary as our intercessor and guide, Life Teen seeks to unleash the fullness of the Sacramental power present within the young Church.

 


Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministries

Our Lady of Joy Catholic Parish – Carefree, AZ
Posted May 23, 2017

Job Type: Full-Time Position

URL: http://www.oloj.org/

Description

Full time position focuses on Life Teen High School Ministry, the Edge Middle School Ministry, and minor sacramental prep for youth who have missed sacraments for any reason (as the Phoenix Diocese is a “restored order” diocese). This position is set up for success as you have a supportive pastor, another priest in residence who is the chaplain of the local Catholic high school, a dedicated teen center, and the Director of Faith Formation served on NET and was a youth minister for 18 years who will help in any way needed, but wants the new YM to make the program their own. The large teen center includes two pool tables, a foosball table, air hockey, flat screen, kitchen, small chapel and office. Salary contingent on education and experience.

About Parish / School / Organization Name

Set in the beautiful high desert of Carefree/North Scottsdale on the northeast outskirts of the Phoenix metro area, the parish is very engaged in parish life. It currently includes a preschool, vibrant children’s faith formation program, and constant adult education programming. It is primed for our youth and young adult programming to grow rapidly with the right fit.

How to Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to lhicks@oloj.org

California

Junior High Math Teacher

Carson, CA

Posted June 7, 2017

St. Philomena Catholic School in Carson, CA, has a part-time junior high Math teacher position and a full-time junior high Math and Religion Teacher position open for the 2017-18 school year.  This is a wonderful opportunity for either veteran teachers or new teachers.  St. Philomena school is a vibrant, faith-filled environment with high academic standards.  This position allows for collaboration and support not only from administration but co-workers as well.
For more information please email or call 310-835-4827 or interested applicants can send their resume directly to the principal at srmaryjohn@stphilomenaschool.org or 21832 South Main Street, Carson, CA  90745.


CONFIRMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY COORDINATOR

St Louise de Marillac

Posted May 24, 2017

St. Louise de Marillac Church is located in the northeast part of the San Gabriel Valley.  We are a vibrant and active community of approximately 4,500 families. 

St Louise de Marillac Parish is seeking a dynamic, faith filled individual, active within the life of the Church, who has the capacity to foster the personal and spiritual growth of young people, engaging them in the life and mission of the Catholic faith community. This role will aim to develop and support the ongoing confirmation/youth ministry programs within the parish.

Key Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in religious studies or related field and/or minimum three years’ experience in a similar role;
  • Demonstrated knowledge, understanding and commitment to the teachings, values and ethos of the Catholic Church;
  • Ability to work flexible hours including evening and weekends when required;
  • Exceptional ability to organize, plan and facilitate programs in a timely manner;
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication;
  • A comprehensive understanding and ability to use relevant social media platforms is essential;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.

For a copy of the position description or to apply, please contact:

Attn:  Confirmation/Youth Ministry Coordinator Position

St. Louise de Marillac Church  
1720 E. Covina Blvd.
Covina CA 91724
FAX: (626)332-4431
E-Mail: employment@stlouisedm.org

Kansas

Co- Youth Minister, Church of the Ascension

Overland Park, Kansas

Posted June 13, 2017

Church of the Ascension is seeking a full-time Co-Youth Minister with a solid faith and strong organizational and pastoral skills to join the youth ministry team. The goal of the youth ministry program is to provide high school and junior high youth with a solid faith formation. Additionally, the candidate is expected to provide activities that promote and develop Christian fellowship and growth of the youth in the spirit of Jesus, while encouraging them to take an active involvement in the life and mission of the parish and Archdiocese. Candidate must have the ability to work effectively as a team player, be able to develop, create, oversee, carry-out and be held accountable for youth activities and faith formation. Please send cover letter/resume to Joe Passantino at findithere@gmail.com. Salary negotiable, commensurate to experience.

Responsibilities of the co-youth minister:

1. Work alongside the current Co-Youth Minister to develop, oversee, carry-out, and be held

   accountable for current youth activities, such as Wednesday evening Zoom (youth group)

   meetings, small group Bible studies, high school catechesis, retreat programs, and the yearly

   summer mission trip.

2. Continue to develop, grow, and coordinate a Core team of adults (ages 21+) for the high

   school ministries.

Chelsea Pratt & Joe Passantino – Directors
Ashley Burns – Coordinator
Church of the Ascension
9510 W 127th St.
Overland Park, KS 66213
ph: 913-681-7683
e-mail: findithere@gmail.com


Catholic Grade/Middle school Theology Teacher and Spiritual Director (Dodge City)

This position is 1 part standard, and 1 part evolving.
We have had a great Theology teacher for years, but as he moves on we are looking for someone to not only teach, but create, coordinate, and run various spiritually enriching events and programs for the school! Being with the students, leading retreats, and exemplifying a life of love for Christ.

Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe Director of Pastoral Ministry (Dodge City)

This position has some definite pieces like Marriage Prep and coordinating other sacramental preparations, but it is also open to new avenues including Parish Small Group Coordination, Diocesan NFP Coordination, Hispanic Ministry Outreach, etc.

Diocesan Director of Youth Ministry

This person would be growing and creating youth ministry events in the diocese. Including TEC, Totus Tuus, a national conference, and various other local opportunities. All in the effort to provide young people with an opportunity to experience Jesus Christ in His Church.

Young Adult Internship Program

A one year internship in the Young Adult office, but with responsibilities that can range from youth ministry, to vocations, to media/outreach, etc. This is a paid position that helps give a young adult added experience in a diocesan role, and provides educational and formation opportunities.
Contact:
Gentry Heimerman
Director of Young Adult Ministry
Catholic Diocese of Dodge City
heimerman.g@gmail.com
Massachusetts

Youth Minister

Posted July 12, 2017

St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Westfield, MA

St. Mary’s Parish is seeking a Youth Minister.  We are seeking an individual who is young, dynamic and in love with the Catholic faith. Working in conjunction with our Office of Religious Education the individual will be responsible for the creation, development, oversight, and evaluation of programs that serve our Junior High, High School and Young Adult population. These programs will be expected to provide attractive activities that promote and develop fellowship, discipleship and evangelical zeal among our young, while also encouraging them to take an active involvement in the life and mission of the parish and the Church. Candidate must have a great rapport with young people, have the ability to work effectively as a team member, have excellent organizational skills and have a working knowledge of technologies and social networks.

Please send cover letter/resume to Fr. Frank Lawlor at flawlor@stmsaints.org Salary and hours will be negotiable.

Michigan

Campus Minister/Student Services Coordinator

Hackett Catholic Prep High School in Kalamazoo, MI
Posted June 20, 2017

Position Information
Reports to: Chaplain (shared position with St. Monica Parish) Supervises: N/A
Terms of Employment: Refer to benefit addendum
Hours of Employment: 7:30-3:00 School Days.
Extremely limited opportunity for time off during the school year. After hours’ meetings required. Extended time off normally available during Christmas Break. This position will coordinate the Alternative Spring Break program and attend during Hackett’s spring break week. Summer schedule determined by the Chaplain and Principal.

Job Summary
The Campus Minister/Student Services Coordinator is responsible for fostering a Christian spirit of service and love of neighbor in the hearts of Hackett students and as part of the mission of growth in faith for the young people at St. Monica Parish and Hackett Catholic Prep High School.
Education, Experience, Skills Knowledge, Qualifications and Abilities
1. Firm understanding of the Catholic Church and her teachings.
2. Faithful to the teachings of the faith in daily life – attends Mass weekly and has a strong prayer life.
3. Eagerness to serve high school students in the personal faith journeys.
4. Excellent time management.
5. Flexibility.
6. Have current certification in child and adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (cpr) and first aid
7. VIRTUS trained.
8. Excellent communication skills – with parents, students, and coworkers.

Performance Responsibilities
1. Continue current high school ministry, assistant to the YDisciple leader, in both parish and school (training mentors, coordinating groups, mentor formation, full group get-togethers)
2. Identify ministry needs of high school students, both public school students who attend St. Monica and Hackett students, and organize these activities.
3. Direct collaboration in human formation in the development of virtue with the Dean of Students
4. Coordinate service hour requirements at Hackett Catholic Prep, emphasize service as a Christian work
5. Imbue prayer and faith life into service for students
6. Plan service reflection days
7. Coordinate service trips
8. Ministry of presence at the high school
9. Oversee and attend Middle School Fun Nights.
10. Administrative liaison to the Student Leadership Team
11. Mentor young women through opportunities for spiritual growth

Physical Requirements and Work Environment
Semi, climate-controlled room with moderate noise levels.

How to Apply
To apply, applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Melissa Anderegg at manderegg@csgk.org.


Urban Missionary

Benton Harbor, MI

Posted June 16, 2017

Dirty Vagabond Ministries is an exciting new missionary outreach in inner-city, Catholic, youth ministry. We are looking for 3 committed young adults with a passionate hearts and an understanding of relational youth ministry to be an urban missionaries in Benton Harbor, MI. The missionaries will be responsible for a full-time youth ministry program as well as relational outreach to the city.

Dirty Vagabond Ministries will provide on-going training and support to the missionaries along with a modest salary and health-care. We are asking the missionaries to make a 3 year commitment to the cities in which they are placed, knowing that results in the missionary field come with time. The salary is bad, the commitment is hard . but the opportunity to affect the world for Christ in such a radical way is eternally rewarding. God is doing miraculous things in this ministry. Come, be a part of the adventure.

Preferred Requirements:
Youth Ministry experience.
Basic training in catechetics and pastoral ministry.
B.A. degree in a field related to youth ministry preferred.

How to Apply:

Send Resume and References to:

info@DirtyVagabond.com or

Dirty Vagabond Ministries
PO BOX 4284
Steubenville, OH 43952

You can also learn more about Dirty Vagabond Ministries by visiting our website: www.DirtyVagabond.com

Read more: http://www.catholicjobs.com/job/2337127573#ixzz4kCE6Jfvu


Coordinator of High School Youth Ministries Position

Grand Haven, Michigan

Posted June 7, 2017

St. Patrick-St. Anthony Catholic Parish in Grand Haven, MI is seeking a dynamic, faith-filled individual to lead our High School Youth Ministries. We are looking for a veteran Coordinator to support our teens and their families. We have been utilizing Lifeteen resources in our Sunday night programming and offer small groups, retreats, mission trips and service opportunities. We do have a full-time Middle School Coordinator and put a high priority on relational ministry, a team approach and evangelization. If you are interested in applying, send resume, to Father Chuck Schwartz at frchuck@stpatsgh.org  or mail to 920 Fulton Street, Grand Haven, MI 49417. Application deadline is June 7 and we plan to fill the position by July 15, 2017. See more information at our www.stpatsgh.org under the home tab under job opportunities.

Jeff Andrini, D.Min.

St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish

Director of Faith Formation

Grand Haven, MI

616-842-8230, ext. 121

Minnesota

Administrative Assistant

Posted July 12, 2017

Church of St. Stephen, Anoka, MN

Assist members of the faith formation team to plan and execute numerous programs. The person must have experience in data entry (we use the PDS program), Office and Constant Contact, etc. Person must work on Wednesday and Sunday nights we have classes

This position is 15-20 hours per week.

Questions and applications should be addressed to:
Katie Gebhard
Faith Formation Director Church of St. Stephen
525 Jackson Street
Anoka, MN  55303
kgebhard@ststephenchurch.org       763.712.7439


Elementary/ Middle School Faith Formation Coordinator

Posted July 12, 2017

Church of St. Stephen, Anoka, MN

Coordinate formation programs for children in grades 1-8 Recruit, train and support catechists and other volunteers Coordinate Vacation Bible School Collaborate with other staff on First Reconciliation/Eucharist and some youth events Ideal candidate will have experience in education and some theology/Catholic Studies background. This is a full time position.

Questions and applications should be addressed to:
Katie Gebhard
Faith Formation Director Church of St. Stephen
525 Jackson Street
Anoka, MN  55303
kgebhard@ststephenchurch.org       763.712.7439


Montessori Children’s House Guide Pre-Kindergarten

Posted July 6, 2017

Holy Family Academy, St. Louis Park, MN

Job Description: For the 2017-18 school year, Holy Family Academy has an opening for a qualified pre-school teacher with Montessori training. The candidate should also have training and experience teaching the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program. The position will be all-day Tuesday/Thursday. Potential exists to work partial hours MWF also.

Job Qualifications: Candidates should have Montessori certification or some level of training in Montessori and/or be licensed or have the potential to be licensed as a preschool teacher in Minnesota.

Institution Description: Holy Family Academy is a vibrant, joy-filled PK-8 Catholic school located in St. Louis Park, MN with approximately 200 students in attendance. The Catholic faith permeates everything that we do and is the cornerstone of our mission as is the Catholic, classical philosophy. For more information, please visit our website at www.hfamn.org. Community Description.

Community Description: At Holy Family Academy, all full-time teachers must be a joyful, practicing Catholics who understand and believe in the mission of forming faith-filled young people determined to bring the love of Jesus to our families.

Application Instructions/Comments: Please send all inquiries (with resume and cover letter) to Jim Grogan at jgrogan@hfamn.org


Faith Formation & Confirmation Coordinator (6-8)

Posted June 12, 2017

St. Joachim & Anne Catholic Church, Shakopee, MN

Reports to: Director of Catechesis and Evangelization
Direct Reports: None Provides work direction to: Lay Catechists and Volunteers for Grades 6-8, Faith Formation Administrative Assistant Receives work direction from: Director of Catechesis and Evangelization, Pastor FLSA
Exempt Hours: Full time (40+ Hours); 12 months Schedule: Schedule varies based on ministry needs; evening or weekend times are necessary. Benefits eligible:
Yes Last revision: May 2017

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: Work as a collaborative team member of the Parish of Saints Joachim and Anne to support the ministry of the parish.  Coordinate a comprehensive faith formation and youth ministry program for grades 6-8 by providing curriculum and experiences in support of the Catholic faith.  Prepare student in grades 8+ for the reception of confirmation.  

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  Employment in and by the Catholic Church is substantially different from secular employment. 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 Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal. It is required that this employee be a Catholic.  

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:  The responsibilities listed below are presentative of the position and are not all-inclusive.  They are considered essential for the successful completion of this position.

  • Relationship with Pastor *.  Recognizes and respects the ultimate authority of the pastor who delegates and encourages independent decision-making and action when appropriate.

 

  1. Responsibilities *
    1. Develop, manage, plan, and implement faith formation curriculum for grades 6-8 to ensure the pastoral and spiritual growth of parish youth.
    2. Develop professional relationships with families in order to inspire, recruit, and retain families in Faith Formation programs.
    3. Recruit, train, maintain, and support faith formation volunteers for grades 6-8 and assist in recruitment of volunteers for all programs.
    4. Offer service opportunities for youth in grades 6-8; these opportunities may include but are not limited to FMSC, Operation Christmas Child, and Project 363.
    5. Work with and sponsor family ministry opportunities of service, fun, and fellowship.
    6. Provide regular communication with families/parents in an effort to support them as primary catechists and communicate our program direction and mission.
    7. Approve all curriculum, service opportunities and other activities and suggested by the pastor and director.
    8. PCYI requirements for FF
    9. Coordinates/ensures safety of all students and volunteers during Faith Formation events and ensures buildings are secure at the conclusion of events. Supervise arrival and dismissal of Faith Formation sessions and special events.
    10. Coordinates events and ministry with Youth Ministry Coordinator and/or with outside formation and evangelization groups, such as NET Ministries.
    11. cooperate with other faith formation and parish events (e.g., First Communion, RCIA, Reconciliation Days, Parish Festivals) as needed
    12. Faith Formation Program for Grades 6-7
      1. Create lesson plans for grades 6-7.
      2. Coordinate monthly youth ministry gatherings for grades 6-8 with youth minister
      3. Prepares youth for confirmation in grade 8, in collaboration with SACS middle school religion teachers
      4. Offer service opportunities for youth.
      5. Schedule and lead parent meetings and retreats as necessary
    13. Confirmation program for grade 8.
      1. supervise all aspects of confirmation
      2. create Wednesday night lesson plans for confirmation in faith formation program and coordinate with SACS confirmation coordinator
      3. coordinate requirements for confirmation, including mission points, Mass journals, etc.
      4. Supervise and communicate Mission Point program (service hours)
      5. coordinate confirmation retreats, parent meetings with faith formation and SACS families
      6. scheduling meetings, retreats, mission point opportunities
      7. Schedule and prepare Rites of Welcome, Sending, etc.
      8. Coordinate confirmation sponsors and confirmation names, Mass journals, baptism certificates with faith formation administrative assistant
      9. Work in collaboration with youth minister and other faith formation staff

 

  1. Parish and Community Functions
    1. Attend staff meetings.
    2. Be present and assist with summer youth activities, including but not limited to Faith, Fun, and Service Camp, Extreme Faith Camp, and parish festivals.
    3. Be present and able to assist with faith formation on Wednesday evenings as needed.
    4. Actively participate in parish and staff activities as appropriate and in professional enrichment and continuing education programs.
    5. Promotes and maintains a respectful and effective relationship with staff and parishioners in order to provide a meaningful liaison.
    6. Other duties as requested by the Pastor.  

 

  1. Other *.
    1. To be present where needed, ready to work as needed to meet responsibilities.  Includes recognizing when situations require more effort, satisfying responsibilities in a timely manner, providing an example of punctuality and attendance, and generally ensuring all is ready and taken care of.
    2. Organize, prepare and maintain files and information. Gather information from fax, email and other sources, ensure all information has been received, follow up as necessary, organize reports and make them available for convenient reference, maintain for the designated time, discard at designated time.
    3. Maintain and improve work knowledge and skills such as understanding requirements and work procedures, purpose of work completed, computer use and general building management.
    4. Meet all communication requirements including interpersonal skills with parish and school employees as well as visitors, guests, school families, and parishioners.  Includes keeping superiors and appropriate others informed.
    5. Help create a productive environment where there is harmony, good morale, and cooperative teamwork.  Monitor self-productivity and take corrective action as appropriate.
    6. Maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality of all work data.
    7. Other Responsibilities: includes other responsibilities identified as needed by the employee and approved and/or assigned by pastor.

The responsibilities listed above are representative of the job and are not inclusive. Those denoted with an asterisk (*) are essential job functions. Exhibit A – Qualifications & Demand Qualifications

  1. Practicing Catholic living a lifestyle consistent with church teachings. Be a proactive Catholic with a sound understanding of Catholic doctrine, tradition and scripture faithful to the Magisterium
  2. BA in Theology, Catholic Studies, Catechesis, Religious Education or equivalent
  3. Experience working in a similar environment in the Catholic Church Parish/youth ministry experience required.
  4. Experience in Faith Formation programming.  Minimum of 10 years of curriculum and teaching experience, familiarity with a variety of faith formation models. Previous experience as a director preferred
  5. Desire to help lead the youth of the parish to pursue a life of Spirit-filled holiness through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ within the community of the Catholic Church
  6. Strong leadership and communication skills.  Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing (as well as in front of a crowd)
  7. Ability to effectively oversee and manage volunteers
  8. Bi-lingual (Spanish) is preferred, but not required
  9. Computer literacy; and familiarity with social networking tools, websites and their use in faith formation ministries preferred. Computer skills and knowledge or Microsoft Office products.

Mental Demands

  1. Dependable and punctual
  2. Able to develop and maintain a productive working relationship with pastor
  3. Demonstrated ability to work well with others
  4. Understand the parish culture and adjust actions to fit that culture
  5. Enthusiastic, self-motivated and able to work alone without supervision, obtaining direction when needed
  6. Confidentiality, integrity, and honesty
  7. Ability to work under pressure and with constant interruptions
  8. Demonstrated skills and interest in this type of work
  9. High level of organizational skills
  10. Strong communication skills
  11. Email/internet literacy
  12. Ability to follow all guidelines of the parish Personnel Policy Handbook
  13. Plan for and implement multiple concurrent tasks
  14. Ability to plan, organize and meet deadlines
  15. Ability to be pleasant and service-oriented even when exposed to negative influences
  16. Keeping supervisor, Pastor and others informed
  17. Maintaining a positive and helpful attitude at all times, even during difficult times
  18. Able to attend to own spiritual, physical, mental and emotional health.

Physical Demands

  1. Work 40 or more hours per week
  2. Lift and move using proper techniques up to 25 pounds
  3. Maintain a sitting position for long periods of time
  4. Ability to work evenings and weekends as required

Applications can be emailed to Julie Bennett our Parish Administrator. jbennett@ssjacs.org


Coordinator of Youth Faith Formation

FLSA Status:FTE 0.75

Posted May 24, 2017 Confirmation, and Youth Ministry Salaried-Exempt Reports To:Pastor and Director of Faith FormationHours: 30 hours/week – 11 months June 15 – May 15 Includes Evenings and Weekends Benefits Eligible Position Objectives:

  • Lead Faith Formation programs for youth in grades 6-12 and their families in light of the

New Evangelization.

  • Plan Youth Ministry events.
  • Support the mission of the Church of St. Michael:  

To be a welcoming Catholic Community centered in the Eucharist, inviting all to live the Gospel and grow in faith.

Statement on Working for the Catholic Church:  Employment in and by the Catholic Church is substantially different from secular employment.  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 Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal.  This position does require that this employee be a practicing Catholic.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Administer, in conjunction with the Pastor, Director of Faith Formation and Faith Formation Committee, the Faith Formation curriculum in accordance with Archdiocesan guidelines for students in grades 6-12.  
  • Prepare students and their families for the Sacrament of Confirmation and active discipleship in the Church.
  • Coordinate the Y Discipleship groups utilizing the FORMED program.
  • Provide in consultation with the Director of Faith Formation, ongoing development and supervision for catechists and other volunteers in the Faith Formation and youth programs.  
  • Ensure that all volunteers have completed the Essential 3 as mandated by the Archdiocese.
  • Plan and implement regularly scheduled youth ministry opportunities.
  • Work collaboratively with staff and volunteers in providing engaging programs and experiences for youth on the parish, deanery and Archdiocesan levels
  • Network with peer professionals.
  • Manage and review budgets and expenditures with the business administrator and Director of Faith Formation.
  • Participate in staff, pastoral, and other meetings as requested.
  • Meet regularly with the Pastor and Director of Faith Formation for ongoing evaluation of current programs and planning for future programs.
  • Provide updates as needed for parish communications such as the bulletin, website, and Facebook.

 

  The responsibilities listed above are representative responsibilities intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by staff members assigned to this position.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities and qualifications required to the position.

 

Job Qualifications Knowledge and Training

  • College degree with academic study in Catholic theology or equivalent experience.  
  • Minimum one year experience in youth ministry or education.  
  • Ability to manage program budgets.
  • Ability to create or modify Faith Formation program curriculum.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Experience with parish census data.
  • Successfully complete an Archdiocesan background check, VIRTUS, and Code of Conduct.
  • Ability to clearly speak, read, and write English

 

Mental Demands

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, verbal, written, and relational.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to work independently to accomplish tasks within allotted time.
  • Ability to collaborate with the staff, volunteers, and outside entities.
  • Must be dependable, punctual, and have integrity.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to multi-task and handle stressful situations in a professional manner.

 

Physical Demands

  • Work required hours to meet needs of the position.
  • Ability to sit at desk or stand for extended periods of time.

 


Faith Formation Director

Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. Paul Posted May 23, 2017 Salary: $20-35K

Job Description – Assist the Pastor in building up the local faith community by offering Faith Formation education to adults and children in order to communicate the Faith to the members of OLG. – Oversee coordination of all aspects of the Faith Formation Department through collaborative leadership with the pastor. This coordination will include managing department meetings, assuming leadership in the preparation of faith formation curriculum, calendars, communications, and volunteer recruitment. – Serve as resource in the area of Faith Formation to Volunteers and to the parish Youth Minister. – Manage educational programs for grades Pre K-12 and related areas including catechist formation, parent and family catechesis; plan/oversee child and adult formation programs including RCIA and RCIC; manage Sacramental Preparation for the reception of the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Communion, Confirmation, and Baptism. – Foster respect for all human life from conception to natural death. – Build up the faith community by the encouragement of an effective lay ministry program serving in the areas of Faith Formation and Youth Ministry. – Be responsible for consistent invitation to all youth and adults to participate in the educational life and activities of the parish. – Serve as a member of a staff team, working collaboratively to implement the mission of the church and to support the vision of the Pastor. – Ensure confidentiality in all matters. – Ensure implementation of the Initiative for the Protection of Children in the parish. Job Qualifications 1. Active, participating Catholic in good standing with the Church 2. Job related Bachelor’s degree such as: theology, Catholic studies or education. 3. Three years or more experience in the field of Faith Formation. 4. Education/training in theology, especially Church moral and social justice teachings. 5. Understanding and appreciation of the value of the Roman Catholic sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, Holy Eucharist, Confirmation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony and Holy Orders. 6. Supervision of volunteers 7. Exhibit competence in age appropriate instructional methods and knowledge of subject matters being taught. 8. Leadership skills and experience. 9. Pass criminal Background and Credit checks and complete Virtus training 10. Demonstrated understanding of requirements of budget, expenses analysis and reports. 11. Experience working with groups and Boards. 12. Experience in technology management and familiarity with the Microsoft Office Suite. 13. Demonstrated skills and interests in this type of work. 14. Fluency in Spanish and English is required, oral and written Community Description Our Lady of Guadalupe is a predominantly Latino parish serving more than 2,500 families. We have been a fixture of St. Paul’s West Side for more than 86 years. Application Instructions/Comments Please mail cover letters and resumes to: Attention: Deacon Luis Rubi, 401 Concord Street, St. Paul, MN 55107. Cover letters and resumes also accepted via email at luisrubi1@gmail.com. Thank you.


Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator

Students for Life of America, St. Paul Posted May 23, 2017 The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America (SFLA), is seeking an Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator to help grow it’s Communications Team. The SFLA Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator will be responsible for communicating the mission and vision of Students for Life of America through our digital platforms through visual designs ranging from photography, graphic design, to video production. The individual will be responsible for implementing tactics and strategies to create and distribute content, build community, drive traffic, and increase interaction with our website and digital media channels. The Students for Life of America Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator will report to the Vice President of Communications and Students for Life of America President and work in St. Paul, Minnesota. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits. Responsibilities: – Video production from concept, script creation, filming and editing to the final product for all SFLA projects and initiatives to highlight the organization’s mission, successes, goals, and in response to breaking news and events – Produce two high-quality creative videos per month – Produce daily news videos for Facebook channel – Produce four additional short videos a month – Assist with graphic design and digital media posting as needed – Work with other Communications Team members to plan for and post content to digital media platforms for SFLA Initiatives including: Pro-Life Future and Rock for Life Requirements: – Proficiency in Adobe and Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook – A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must – Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat – Must know basic grammar rules – Must be able to work in fast-paced environment – Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement is a plus – Experience in graphic design is a plus Compensation: This is a salaried position determined on experience. Healthcare (including dental and vision), Flex spending, and 401k benefits are available. Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins at kristan@studentsforlife.org


Managing Editor

Students for Life of America, St. Paul Posted May 23, 2017 The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, is seeking a Managing Editor to help grow its Communications Team. This position is a major opportunity for an experienced communicator who is looking to advance within one of the nation’s largest pro-life organization. The Students for Life of America Managing Editor will report to the Vice President of Communications and Students for Life of America President and work in St. Paul, Minnesota. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits. Responsibilities: – Grow SFLA audience across all communication channels, including: Email, Website(s), Earned Media, Social Media, and Text messaging – Work with the Communications team to oversee the creation and distribution of consistent and compelling messaging, including: Emails, Videos, Graphics, Social media posts, Press releases, Media statements, Blog posts, Livestreaming, and Website content – Manage daily details of the editorial calendar to ensure proper scheduling, production, consistency, and quality of content -Handle mechanics of publishing and content management, including: SEO, Tagging, Images, Style, Messaging – Coordinate with other departments at Students for Life to ensure their communications needs are met – Final content review and edit before publishing – Measure and assess effectiveness of communications at increasing audience involvement in the Students for Life mission Requirements: – Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook – A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must – Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat – Must know basic grammar rules – Must be able to work in fast-paced environment – Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement – Some experience in creating websites in Wix or Square Space, graphic design, video editing, and using an e-mail management system is a plus Compensation: This is a salaried position determined on experience. Healthcare (including dental and vision), Flex spending, and 401k benefits are available. Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins at kristan@studentsforlife.org


Digital Media Strategist

Students for Life of America, St. Paul Posted May 23, 2017 The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, is seeking a Digital Media Strategist to help grow its communications team. This position is perfect for someone who is passionate about serving in the pro-life movement and creatively communicating anti-abortion messages online. The Students for Life Digital Media Strategist will report to the Vice President of Communications and Students for Life of America President and work in St. Paul, Minnesota. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits. Responsibilities: – Manage and grow SFLA’s presence and outreaches online including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, as well as maintaining all Students for Life of America websites – Stay up to date with current pro-life related news, determining which stories are ideal for social media and work with Students for Life of America communications team to craft messages to post across platforms – Launch creative campaigns to grow SFLA’s digital audiences – Daily interaction with Students for Life of America digital followers and fans – Send out regular, mass text messages and emails to various Students for Life of America audiences – Maintain and work with Students for Life of America team to grow text message and email segment lists – Develop and execute regular digital media ad campaigns to expand reach and audience – Build rapid-response websites for Students for Life of America special projects using Wix, WordPress, or Square Space – Maintain and grow SFLA’s mobile app Requirements: – Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook – A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must – Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat – Must know basic grammar rules – Must be able to work in fast-paced environment – Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement – Some experience in creating websites in Wix or Square Space, graphic design, video editing, and using an e-mail management system is a plus Compensation: This is a salaried position determined on experience. Healthcare (including dental and vision), Flex spending, and 401k benefits are available. Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins at kristan@studentsforlife.org

Missouri

Catholic Grade/Middle school Theology Teacher and Spiritual Director 

(Dodge City)

Posted June 7, 2017

**Immediate Need**

This position is 1 part standard, and 1 part evolving.
We have had a great Theology teacher for years, but as he moves on we are looking for someone to not only teach, but create, coordinate, and run various spiritually enriching events and programs for the school! Being with the students, leading retreats, and exemplifying a life of love for Christ.

Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe Director of Pastoral Ministry

(Dodge City)

Posted June 7, 2017

**Immediate Need**

This position has some definite pieces like Marriage Prep and coordinating other sacramental preparations, but it is also open to new avenues including Parish Small Group Coordination, Diocesan NFP Coordination, Hispanic Ministry Outreach, etc.

Diocesan Director of Youth Ministry 

(Dodge City)

Posted June 7, 2017

This person would be growing and creating youth ministry events in the diocese. Including TEC, Totus Tuus, a national conference, and various other local opportunities. All in the effort to provide young people with an opportunity to experience Jesus Christ in His Church.

Young Adult Internship Program

(Dodge City)

Posted June 7, 2017

A one year internship in the Young Adult office, but with responsibilities that can range from youth ministry, to vocations, to media/outreach, etc. This is a paid position that helps give a young adult added experience in a diocesan role, and provides educational and formation opportunities.
Contact
Gentry Heimerman
Director of Young Adult Ministry
Diocese of Dodge City
heimerman.g@gmail.com
Ohio

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Posted July 26th, 2017

St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception, Wooster, OH

St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception in Wooster, Ohio is seeking a candidate for the position of full-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry. The candidate must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with a strong commitment to a Eucharist-centered Catholic youth ministry empowering the youth of the parish to live as disciples of Jesus Christ daily, encouraging the youth to fully participate in the life of the Church, and caring for the total well being of all the teens. The successful candidate will demonstrate an evident joy in his or her Catholic identity, eager to develop creative approaches to youth ministry (middle school and high school) by utilizing the components of ministry which includes and not limited to advocacy, community life, catechesis, evangelization, service, justice, leadership development, pastoral care, prayer and worship. This position reports directly to the pastor and is responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive youth ministry and confirmation in the parish, likely to include the following

  • Coordinate youth ministry events (high school and middle school) including weekly catechetical sessions, retreats, conferences, social gatherings and participation in parish events.
  • Responsible for all aspects of Confirmation preparation (meetings, retreats, planning, paperwork, calendar and volunteers)
  • Work in close collaboration with the Director of Faith Formation in overseeing Middle School Parish School of Religion in the Pre-Confirmation and work with school principal to teach religious studies to St. Mary School middle grades.
  • Provide opportunities for scripture studies, hang-outs, discipleship groups, social events, teen led Masses, etc.
  • Coordinate and attend annual Mission Trip through Catholic Heart Work Camp or another service venue, annual Steubenville Youth Conference or another youth conference venue and attend at least one retreat experience per school year
  • Understand the needs, development and culture of youth and able to respond to these in ministry and programming by providing opportunities for education for high school and middle school students and parents
  • Invite, motivate, and train volunteers, to assist as responsible leaders for various aspects of the total ministry, including catechists and Core Members.

Qualification include: bachelor’s degree in theology or related field (preferred), previous parish youth ministry and retreat experience (paid or volunteer), Diocesan certification or willing to seek certification.

Please send cover letter, resume and list of three professional references to:
St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Parish
Attn: Father Stephen Moran
527 Beall Avenue
Wooster, OH  44691
or via email at spfgm@aol.com 

Resumes ought to be received by Tuesday, August 15th.

 


Pastoral Associate of Evangelization

Posted April 27, 2017

Cincinnati, OH

Immaculate Heart of Mary, a large Roman Catholic parish in the Cincinnati area, seeks an exceptional candidate for the position of Pastoral Associate of Evangelization. The Pastoral Associate will work with the pastor, staff, and a large, dynamic parish community to integrate an evangelical yet fully Catholic spirit into the life of the parish so as to enkindle a love for and a relationship with Christ and His Church and to reach those who are far from or do not know Christ or His Church.

The Pastoral Associate of Evangelization should possess the following qualifications: a bachelor’s degree (Masters degree preferred) in a relevant field; three to five years of ministry experience with a focus on evangelization and discipleship strongly preferred; experience in evangelization-focused organizations such as FOCUS, NET, Evangelical Catholic, St.Paul’s Outreach, or similar organizations is a plus.

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION AND NEEDED SKILLS:

  1. Church Teaching – Broad understanding of Church doctrine and pedagogy along with the ability to articulate it, especially with regard to evangelization, catechesis, prayer, sacraments and ecclesiology;
  2. Apprenticeship—Ability to apprentice others in spiritual practices;
  3. Communication (Oral)—Ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of people using the spoken word within one-on-one coaching/apprenticing situations and large group settings;
  4. Ability to pray with and in front of people—lead and participate in spontaneous prayer;
  5. Spiritual Maturity – Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church including fidelity to the Magisterium, consistent prayer life, regular recipient of the sacraments and a desire to speak of their relationship with Jesus Christ.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Forming parishioners into missionary disciples primarily through small groups and one-to-one mentoring;
  2. Training of parish leaders on the facilitation of small groups and one-to-one mentoring relationships;
  3. Working with parish leaders to integrate evangelization into their ministries;
  4. Knowing and implementing the catechetical tenets of evangelization into parish life, especially as written in the General Directory for Catechesis and papal documents;
  5. Supervision of Evangelization Staff including oversight of adult catechesis, children, youth, and family formation, the RCIA, and sacramental preparation.

Please email a letter of interest and resume to:
FrTom@ihom.org, Rev. Thomas W. Kreidler, Pastoral Associate Search Committee, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, 7770 Beechmont Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45255.

Application deadline is May 15, 2017.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Elementary School (Pre thru 6) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a Principal Position open beginning in the 2017-2018

school year.

We are looking for a humble, organized leader with a passion for Christ and His Church, who is dedicated to helping students become missionary disciples.

An applicant must possess a Master’s Degree from an accredited higher degree institution, and hold a Principal’s Certificate in

the State of Ohio. They should have previous administrative and classroom experience and be technology literate with

experience in K-8 curriculum development and implementation. They need to be a team builder in a collaborative leadership

environment with a proactive vision. The applicant must be a practicing Roman Catholic whose faith and lifestyle are a

commitment to the tenets of the Church. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting

God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Reverend Joseph T. Yokum, Pastor frjtyokum@gmail.com.

INTERVENTION SPECIALIST

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Elementary School (Pre thru 6) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a full-time Intervention Specialist Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. We are looking for someone who is humble and organized with a passion for Christ and His Church.

An applicant must possess an appropriate Ohio teaching license (intervention specialist; professional, provisional, permanent or Resident Educator) or be eligible to obtain one before beginning to teach. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

SCHOOL NURSE

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Elementary School (Pre thru 6) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a part-time Nurse Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.

An applicant must possess an Associate Nursing Degree (R.N.) from an accredited school of nursing; Bachelor’s Degree is preferred. A minimum of one (1) year of general medical/surgical nursing is required. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER (GRADES 4, 5, 6)

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Elementary School (Pre thru 6) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a full-time Teacher Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.

We are looking for a humble, organized teacher with a passion for Christ and His Church, who is dedicated to helping students become missionary disciples.

An applicant must possess an Ohio teaching license (K-8 or any 4-9 license with 4-6 generalist endorsements so that all core subjects are covered; professional, provisional, permanent, or Resident Educator) or be eligible to obtain one before beginning to teach. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

PRESCHOOL AIDE

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Elementary School (Pre thru 6) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a full-time Preschool Aide Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. We are looking for someone who is humble and organized with a passion for Christ and His Church.

The Aide will assist preschool students with day to day activities, testing and assist the Preschool Director with any administrative needs as assigned. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

PRESCHOOL TEACHER/PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Elementary School (Pre thru 6) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a full-time Preschool Teacher/Preschool Director Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. We are looking for a humble, organized leader with a passion for Christ and His Church, who is dedicated to helping students become missionary disciples.

An applicant must possess an Ohio teaching license (P-3; professional, provisional, permanent, or Resident Educator) or be eligible to obtain one before beginning to teach. Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to the following: teaching preschool, oversee preschool staff, prepare and manage annual budget, make necessary provisions for needed supplies and equipment, ensure compliance with Ohio Department of Education and Diocese of Columbus policies and regulations. Candidates must also have prior preschool teaching experience. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

SPANISH TEACHER (7TH-12TH GRADE)

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Jr. /Sr. High School (7 thru 12) in Portsmouth, Ohio has a full-time Spanish Teacher Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. We are looking for a humble, organized teacher with a passion for Christ and His Church, who is dedicated to helping students become missionary disciples.

An applicant must possess an Ohio teaching license in the area of Spanish (7-12; professional, provisional, permanent, or Resident Educator) or be eligible to obtain one before beginning to teach. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Schools in Portsmouth, Ohio has a part-time Administrative Assistant Position open beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.

The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the Development Director. Performs administrative assistant duties and other duties as assigned. The position requires prior administrative assistant experience and is expected to use personal judgment in carrying out routine duties and responsibilities. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply for this position, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) SPECIALIST/GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Posted April 13, 2017

Notre Dame Schools in Portsmouth, Ohio has a full-time Information Technology (IT) Specialist/Graphic Designer Position open for both Notre Dame Jr. /Sr. High School and Notre Dame Elementary School beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.

The Specialist works in positions using computer-based information systems. They work with both software applications and computer hardware. Experience with multiple programming languages and diverse software and hardware is often expected. Certificate of Associates Degree required (Bachelor’s Degree preferred). Must obtain a background in graphic design to help maintain the school’s website, among other design needs. Passing a background screening (BCI) and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course is mandatory.

To apply, please submit the following by May 1, 2017; a cover letter, resume, and three letters of professional reference to: Karen Lasswell, Business Manager klasswel@cdeducation.org.

 

 

Oregon

Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Archdiocese of Portland
Posted May 23, 2017
The Archdiocese of Portland is seeking an engaging, passionate and faithful Catholic to become our Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministry.
Job Duties:
• Energetically support parishes in the formation of intentional disciplines of high school, college and young adults
• Exhibit excellent leadership, organizational and communication skills
• Demonstrate strong proficiency with social media and technology
• Coordinate, train and collaborate with parish Youth Ministers
• Work in relational ministry in a team environment
Preferred Skills:
• A degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry or a related field
• Three years’ experience at the parish or diocesan level working with youth ministry programs, young adults, and adults who minister to youth.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to hr@archdpdx.org.
Texas

Youth Minister

Ablaze Ministries, Texas

Posted June 7, 2017

YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO INTO MINISTRY ALONE! Ablaze Ministries is looking for passionate young people to join our team of youth ministers. The Youth Minister serves as a full-time missionary with a two-year commitment. Ablaze Ministries provides summer training and time for fundraising before Youth Ministers enter into assigned parish ministry, either high school or middle school youth programs. Ablaze Ministries also provides mentorship for the duration of the fall and spring semesters. The Youth Minister is needed to creatively and energetically grow a youth ministry program, form intentional disciples, and present the faith in a way that is relevant to young people.
Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.

 

How to Apply
For more information and to apply, visit ablazeyouth.org/servewithus or email work@ablazeyouth.org with any questions you have. Now is the time to give everything for the future of the Church! Apply today!

 

About Ablaze
Ablaze Ministries was founded by Matt Rice in 2011 as a new, team-oriented approach to parish youth ministry. We believe that ministry done in community will create an environment for the minister to thrive. When the youth minister thrives, the ministry will thrive.
The mission of Ablaze Ministries is to implement the US Bishops’ vision of comprehensive youth ministry by engaging, nurturing, and empowering discipleship in young people, ministers and volunteers, as well as within families.
For the youth: Ablaze Ministries enables schools and parishes of all sizes to sustain professional, cost-effective, and enthusiastic ministry rooted in prayer, fellowship, and formation. Our ministry enables collaboration of community parishes, highlighting the true connectedness of the universal Church.
For the ministers: Ablaze Ministries provides youth ministers with spiritual formation, professional training, and theological teaching. Our team of missionaries work together in community, sharing each other’s gifts and holding each other accountable to meet the needs and the call of the Catholic Church.

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We also have a flyer available at ablazeyouth.org/youthminister, if that may be useful.

 

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Posted May 5, 2017

Saint Andrew Parish, Fort Worth, TX

Saint Andrew Catholic Parish, with over 3,500 families, seeks candidates for the full-time position of Coordinator of Youth Ministry. This would include middle-school for 6-8th grades and high school grades 9-12. The coordinator will collaborate with already existing catechetical programming (religious education, sacramental preparation, and our Catholic School). The coordinator will recruit, train, support and supervise the volunteers needed to make the ministries possible. The candidate must have at least a B.A. in Theology or Catechesis. Knowledge of and experience in Youth Ministry and the documents on youth ministry is essential. The ability to work nights and weekends with the programs is a must.

Bi-lingual ability (English and Spanish) would be an asset.

Job description is available for review. Please send cover letter, resume and application to: Search Committee, Saint Andrew Catholic Parish, 3312 Dryden Rd. Fort Worth, TX 76109 or resume@standrewcc.org

 


Director of Campus Ministry at St. Mary’s Catholic Center

Posted May 5, 2017

Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: College Station, TX
URL: www.aggiecatholic.org

Description
St. Mary’s Catholic Center is a thriving university parish serving the students, faculty, and staff of Texas A&M and Blinn College. We have an opening for a full-time Director of Campus Ministry. We are looking for someone who is in love with their Catholic faith, has a passion for engaging young adults in the New Evangelization, and is willing to begin each day of work in Eucharistic Adoration. We are seeking someone who can passionately lead a large team of professional ministry staff, direct both staff and students in the formation of intentional disciples, and share the faith in a way that is innovative, dynamic, orthodox, and relevant to young adults. The candidate must have excellent leadership skills, be well-organized, have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with diverse staff, students, and volunteers.

The responsibilities will include: overseeing the day to day operations of pastoral ministry, coordinating a professional ministry staff, and implementing the mission, goals, and vision of the center. The position reports directly to the pastor.

A Masters degree in Theology and at least 3 years ministry experience are required for this position. Experience in campus ministry or young adult ministry is preferred.

About Parish
St. Mary’s Catholic Center is one of the largest Catholic Campus Ministry centers in the country serving approximately 17,000 college students from Texas A&M University and Blinn College. Our mission is to form apostles for the Church and the world, forming missionary disciples sent out to share Christ with others. We strive to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through worship, compelling formation, service, community, discipleship, and stewardship.

How to Apply
Resumes and cover letters should be sent to Fr. Brian McMaster, Pastor. bmcmaster@aggiecatholic.org.

About the Employer

Catholic Campus Ministry Center
St. Mary’s Catholic Center is one of the largest Catholic Campus Ministry centers in the country serving approximately 17,000 college students from Texas A&M University and Blinn College. Our mission is to form apostles for the Church and the world, forming missionary disciples sent out to share Christ with others. We strive to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through worship, compelling formation, service, community, discipleship, and stewardship.

 

Lauren Donohue Gulde – Communications
St. Mary’s Catholic Center
Forming Apostles for the Church and the World

603 Church Ave. College Station TX 77840
ph: (979) 846-5717 x 120

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.
Washington

Youth Minister

Posted May 12, 2017

St. Patrick Parish and School

Tacoma, Washington

Youth ministry is changing. To actively engage and evangelize youth the minister needs to be present to the youth and needs to enlist the support of the whole community.  Youth minister actively engages with youth in our Parish School and Parish programming on a regular (weekly) basis in order to build relationships. Also reaches out to students at public, private and home schools. This is a ministry of presence and lifestyle evangelism.

POSITION PURPOSE

To implement the parish’s commitment to youth ministry in a comprehensive manner. This includes the following elements:  evangelization, community building, spirituality, social action, catechesis, liturgy, guidance, enablement and advocacy. This position requires organization and flexibility and working evenings and weekends.

Ideal Candidate will have:

  • An engaging, upbeat personality, able to easily and comfortably communicate with young people and with a strong belief in the abilities and goodness of our youth.
  • The ability to communicate and work well with adult volunteers, parish priests and staff, school principal and key teaching staff and other community stakeholders.
  • Excellent communication skills, organized, and a self starter.

 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collaborates with the Pastoral Leader, staff, and consultative bodies in implementing the mission of the parish.
  • Works with Faith Formation Pastoral Associate to develop programs and activities for junior and senior high youth that foster spiritual formation programs for youth. This should include but not be limited to retreats (e.g NET Ministry, Life Teen, or Young Life), religious education, socials, recreational, athletic activities, outreach programs, youth-oriented liturgies, and community service opportunities. Helps recruit, enable, direct and supervise catechists and other personnel for faith formation programs for junior high and senior high youth. Collaborates with existing programs and leaders (RCIA for children, Confirmation, Religious Ed), including the local Jr. High and High Schools, parochial, public and homeschool to develop and implement religious education opportunities.
  • Coordinates evangelization outreach programs for youth.
  • Develops and administers the youth budget as delegated by the pastoral leader.
  • Collaborates with the Office of Youth and Young Adult Evangelization www.oyyae.org.
  • Maintains a current level of knowledge and skills required to function as Pastoral Assistant through reading appropriate materials and attending workshops and conventions.
  • Collaborates with the neighboring parish(s), e.g. St. Rita,  as ministry needs arise.
  • Participates in regional Archdiocesan and national organizations as approved and appropriate, including but not limited to: High School Convention, Jr. High Rally, the 300 and 4US, Ignite your Torch and Steubenville NW.

Send letter of interest and resume to:

St. Patrick Parish

℅ Kim Ward, Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation

1001 N. J. Street Tacoma, WA 98403  

kward@saintpats.org    

253-383-2783 ext. 4108

Position open until filled.

Salary: $25,000 – $35,000 depending on experience and ability.  Full benefits.    

Wisconsin

Youth Minister

Saint Bronislava Catholic Church – Plover, Wisconsin
Posted May 23, 2017

Description: The parish seeks an individual with a passion for the Catholic faith who will provide spiritually uplifting leadership to our middle and high school ministries and work closely with our Director of Youth Ministry/Religious Education. Youth Ministry emphasizes growth as a disciple of Jesus Christ and outreach that provides opportunities for fellowship, service, and spiritual development. This position is for a high-energy person with strong interpersonal and communication skills, who is well-organized, a self-starter, and a solid leader with a collaborative spirit. Must be a practicing Catholic committed to living a life consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Continue to build and to grow our existing youth ministry program.
  • Formulate and implement evangelization programs for youth presently not actively involved in the Church.
  • Assist with the Parish multi-year Confirmation Program (coordinate Middle school Edge Program): provide opportunities for participation in retreats and youth conferences.
  • Develop and train teams of adults to work with various aspects of youth ministry and catechesis. Identify and train youth leaders for peer ministry. Foster parental involvement in youth ministry and sacramental preparation.
  • Maintain a high degree of visibility within the parish at major parish events, weekend Masses, and activities where teens are present
  • Maintain ongoing communication with, and involvement in local networks of professional peers and youth office; foster and maintain communication with area middle/high schools and middle/high school campus ministers for the purpose of connecting youth with the life of the parish.
  • Help organize and manage fundraising initiatives.
  • Coordinate and oversee the Technology for all Masses.

Qualifications:

  • Must be a practicing Catholic committed to living a life consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Have outstanding organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; collaborative leadership qualities. Prior experience in volunteering in or leading a Catholic youth ministry program.
  • The ideal applicant will have a unique combination of energy, maturity, a passion for introducing teens to a Christ-centered life, excellent social and organizational abilities, and a sense of humor.
  • Praise and Worship musical experience helpful but not necessary.
  • Technological proficiency and a strong knowledge of social media best practices and trends are required.
  • Experience using Life Teen and Edge resources and principles is a plus.
  • Degree in Ministry, Catholic Studies, Theology and prior experience preferred.

Compensation and Benefits: Full-time position with flexible schedule requiring evenings and weekends. This position is salaried, commensurate with education and experience.

Application deadline: Monday, July 3, 2017. Please send resume and references to: YOUTH MINISTRY POSITION, Saint Bronislava Parish, PO Box 158, Plover, WI 54467-0158. Telephone: [715] 344-4326 FAX: [715] 344-6121 or
e-mail: fran@stbrons.com


Director of Youth Ministry/Religious Education Grades 7-12

Saint Bronislava Catholic Church, Plover, WI
Posted May 23, 2017

Saint Bronislava Parish, Plover, Wisconsin, is a growing parish of 1800+ families. The parish seeks a Director of Religious Education, grades 7-12, combined with Director of Youth Ministry.

This position is for a high-energy person with who is faith-filled, enthusiastic, creative, with a collaborative spirit and excited about being Catholic and becoming part of our parish. We are looking for an individual with a passion for the Catholic faith who will provide spiritually uplifting leadership to our middle and high school ministries along with our volunteers and Youth Minister. Our goal is to lead teens to Christ; we seek someone who can help lead teens on that journey.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Direct the Confirmation and Religious Education programs for grades 7-12,
  • Oversee the Youth Ministry program of the parish,
  • Administer fundraising programs,
  • Plan retreats, mission trips, service projects and other ministry programs with the collaboration of the Youth Minister and volunteers.
  • Work closely with the Director of Religious Education grades 1-6 and supervise the Youth Minister.

Qualifications:

  • Must be a practicing Catholic committed to living a life consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • The ideal applicant will have a unique combination of energy, maturity, a passion for introducing teens to a Christ-centered life.
  • Have outstanding organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; a solid leader, a self-starter, who will have a collaborative spirit, and a sense of humor.
  • Praise and Worship musical experience helpful but not necessary.
  • Technological proficiency and a strong knowledge of social media best practices and trends are required.
  • Experience using Life Teen and Edge resources and principles is a plus.
  • Degree in Ministry, Catholic Studies, Theology and/or have at least two years of experience in a leadership capacity with teenagers in a parish setting.

Compensation and Benefits: Full-time position with flexible schedule requiring evenings and weekends. This position is salaried, commensurate with education and experience.

Application deadline: Monday, July 3, 2017. Please send resume and references to: YOUTH MINISTRY POSITION, Saint Bronislava Parish, PO Box 158, Plover, WI 54467-0158. Telephone: [715] 344-4326 FAX: [715] 344-6121 or e-mail: fran@stbrons.com.


Director of Faith Formation

Posted May 5, 2017

Sacred Hearts Parish in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin is looking for a full or part-time director of faith formation for an established K-5th grade program. Responsibilities include sacramental preparation for first reconciliation and first Eucharist, and coordinating children’s Liturgy of the Word.  We prefer candidates with a degree in religious studies or a related field in addition to experience working with children in classroom, worship and/or social settings. This is a 10-month position beginning August 1, 2017.  For information or to apply, please contact Sharon at (608) 837-7381 or send resume to Sacred Hearts (Attn. Sharon Ouimette) 221 Columbus St. Sun Prairie, WI 53590 or via email: sharon.ouimette@sacred-hearts.org. Application deadline is May 11, 2017.

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