Job openings

(Job listings from the Office of Catholic Education for Catholic schools are listed here)
 

Tuition Manager

Scecina Memorial High School, a co-educational Catholic high school of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis serving students in grades 9-12, is seeking a Tuition Manager.  The Manager’s duties are primarily centered on the development, communication, and subsequent collection of  tuition and fees associated with attending the school.  This individual will assist with the tuition assistance process for students and families.  Knowledge of the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program is highly desirable.  The Tuition Manager will also be responsible for bank reconciliations and general ledger entries.  The successful candidate will be customer service oriented with a true heart for Catholic education and for helping Scecina families navigate the tuition process. The Tuition Manager is expected to uphold the mission and values of Scecina Memorial High School and portray the school with confidence and integrity, both internally and externally.

This is a full time, hourly non-exempt position with benefits.  Qualified candidates are asked to send by e-mail or regular mail a letter of interest, resume, and salary history, in confidence, to:

Cindy Hemmelgarn
Vice President of Finance & Operations
Scecina Memorial High School
5000 Nowland Avenue
Indianapolis, IN  46201
chemmelgarn@scecina.org

Applications will be accepted through October 15, 2016.

 

Coordinator of Office Operations (Part Time)

The Indiana Non-Public Education Association (INPEA), is a membership association that serves over 400 nonpublic schools through advocacy, professional development and consultation. With its focus on school quality and viability, INPEA has been a central figure in Indiana’s School Choice initiative. In response to the organization’s growth, INPEA is seeking a part-time Office Coordinator to work in collaboration with association staff in regards to all office operations. The position will oversee all office operations, including database management, accounts payable and receivable, board recordkeeping, donor records, fund development support, phone support, and other office organization and reporting functions.

The successful candidate must have excellent organizational and communication skills as well as a knowledge of and commitment to non-public school education. Experience with Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, and data base management is required. The ability to master new technological applications will be essential. A bachelor’s degree and previous experience in nonprofit operations is preferred. Part –time: Monday- Thursday.

Application Deadline: October 28th

Preferred start date: December 1, 2016 (earlier if possible)

Application: To apply, e-mail a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and contact information for three references by the application deadline above.

Indiana Non-Public Education Association
1400 N. Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Attn: John Elcesser, Executive Director

E-mail: searchcommittee@inpea.org

 

Maintenance Assistant

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • meeting room set ups
  • outdoor sign changes
  • lawn and landscaping care
  • shoveling snow and salting for ice
  • changing light bulbs (some in attic crawl space)
  • changing filters
  • cleaning rooftops and gutters
  • painting, carpet cleaning, window cleaning
  • routine preventative maintenance
  • helping with custodial duties when needed

Knowledge of plumbing, electrical, HVAC is a plus.  Some evenings and weekends may be necessary.

Contact Brett Fischer bfischer@spxparish.org or 317-466-3363
St. Pius X Parish
7200 N. Sarto Dr. (near 71st and Keystone)
Indianapolis, IN 46240

 

Parish Business manager

St. Paul Catholic Center in Bloomington IN is seeking a full-time business manager to assist the pastor with the stewardship and management of human, financial, and physical resources.  Responsibilities include: preparing the budget, posting all income and expenses, preparing all financial reports, working with vendors; and acting as liaison between St. Paul employees and the Archdiocesan Human Resource Department.

The position requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field and 5 or more years of business experience.  Initiative, organizational skills, supervisory experience, and interpersonal skills are all essential.

The deadline for application is October 3, 2016.

Please send cover letter, resume, list of references, and salary history, in confidence, to:

SEARCH COMMITTEE
St. Paul Catholic Center
1413 E. 17th Street
Bloomington IN 47408

pastor@hoosiercatholic.org
812-339-5561

 

Director of Liturgy and Music

St. Joseph Parish, in Dyer, Indiana, is a vibrant growing Catholic Community in search of a full time Director of Liturgy and Music.   This position, under the supervision of the pastor, and in collaboration with other members of the parish, integrates his or her own areas of responsibility with the overall mission of the parish.

As the music leader of the parish, the Director of Liturgy and Music while providing instrumental accompaniment and vocal assistance themselves, will provide formation, education, and practical preparation for liturgical celebrations for cantors/leaders of song, choir, and instrumental groups.  The incumbent directs the parish sacred music program, providing leadership in the areas related to liturgical music, e.g., selects music and develops participation aids for the congregation, selects and maintains musical instruments, coordinates services and schedules of parish musicians, assures parish copyright permissions, etc..

Requirements for this ministry include professional training in Liturgy and Music. Minimally, a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent is required, even though a more professional qualification, such as the equivalent of a Master’s Degree in music and liturgy, is preferred.  Specialized training and experience in Pipe Organ and Choral Direction is required.

A detailed ministry position description can be found on our website: www.stjosephdyer.org/contact.php

Interested candidates may submit a CV/Resume, cover letter directly to:

Reverend Ted J. Mauch
c/o St. Joseph Church
440 Joliet St.
Dyer, IN  46311
Fax:  (219)865-2271
Email: pastor@stjosephdyer.org

 

Tuition manager

Scecina Memorial High School, a co-educational Catholic high school of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis serving students in grades 9-12, is seeking a Tuition Manager.  The Manager’s duties are primarily centered on the development, communication, and subsequent collection of  tuition and fees associated with attending the school.  This individual will assist with the tuition assistance process for students and families.  Knowledge of the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program is highly desirable.  The Tuition Manager will also be responsible for bank reconciliations and general ledger entries.  The successful candidate will be customer service oriented with a true heart for Catholic education and for helping Scecina families navigate the tuition process. The Tuition Manager is expected to uphold the mission and values of Scecina Memorial High School and portray the school with confidence and integrity, both internally and externally.

This is a full time, hourly non-exempt position with benefits.  Qualified candidates are asked to send by e-mail or regular mail a letter of interest, resume, and salary history, in confidence, to:

Cindy Hemmelgarn
Vice President of Finance & Operations
Scecina Memorial High School
5000 Nowland Avenue
Indianapolis, IN  46201
chemmelgarn@scecina.org

Applications will be accepted through October 15, 2016. 

 

Director of Mission Advancement for Catholic Charities

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Mission Advancement for Catholic Charities. Reporting to and in partnership with the Director of Stewardship and Development, the Director for Mission Advancement for Catholic Charities will be the liaison and key development officer for Catholic Charities ministries of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to support their continued growth.

Responsibilities include: developing and maintaining ongoing relationships with agency directors, boards, committees, and donors; coordinating the work of and providing leadership to the Catholic Charities development staff; developing and executing annual fundraising plans; initiating and maintaining ongoing relationships with donors; developing a plan for the Catholic Charities board of advisors to be fully engaged in the development process; preparing accountability reports; and ensuring effective marketing through websites, social media,  newsletters, brochures, and other media.

Applicants should be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a deep appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic faith and a passion for supporting the ministry of charity in the Catholic Church. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to interact effectively with current and prospective donors as a representative of the archdiocese, strong organizational ability, and project management skills are essential. The position also requires a high level of integrity and the ability to act in accordance with the code of ethics promulgated by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in not-for-profit management, business administration, philanthropy or related field is preferred. At least five years of professional experience in positions of significant responsibility, preferably involving mission advancement, is required.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

 

Director of Liturgy, Owensboro, KY

The Diocese of Owensboro has a job opportunity for a full-time Director of Liturgy in the Office of Worship. This position is located at the McRaith Catholic Center in Owensboro, KY. The Diocese encompasses 79 parishes and 17 schools in western Kentucky.

Position Summary: The Director of Liturgy assists the Bishop in roles as a pastor and liturgist; makes recommendations regarding pastoral liturgical matters and implementation of liturgical policies. Serves as a resource for parishes and individuals for formation and training.

The Diocese of Owensboro is an equal opportunity employer that provides a wide range of benefits. All interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter to:

Email –Diocese.hr@pastoral.org 
Online –www.owensborodiocese.org/human-resources

 

Pastoral Associate for Stewardship and Evangelization

Epiphany Catholic Church, in Louisville KY, is seeking a creative and energetic individual to serve as a full-time Pastoral Associate for Stewardship and Evangelization.  Responsibilities include oversight and implementation of parish stewardship and evangelization programs, fulfilling the parish’s vision to assist parishioners in lifelong gratitude for their blessings.  Candidates should possess good organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, and knowledge of Catholic stewardship. Prefer candidates with experience in church/parish development, public speaking skills and an academic degree in a related field.  Proficiency in Spanish is a plus.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, noting salary requirement, with a resume and any other relevant documentation to apply@epiphanycatholicchurch.org or Pastor, Epiphany Catholic Church, 914 Old Harrods Creek Road, Louisville, KY 40223 on or before September 20, 2016.

 

Coordinator of Latino Outreach, Office of Catholic Schools

The Office of Catholic Schools (OCS) of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Latino Outreach to support Catholic schools throughout central and southern Indiana. The Coordinator of Latino Outreach provides leadership for and guidance to archdiocesan schools to assist them with advancing the enrollment and participation of Latino students and families in our Catholic schools. The Coordinator of Latino Outreach will assist Catholic school leaders in creating school plans that focus on the following priorities: developing a culturally responsive school climate and pedagogy, identifying and executing marketing and recruitment efforts to meet stated enrollment objectives, producing an implementation timeline, and establishing metrics. The Coordinator will assist school leaders in engaging their school communities to successfully serve Latino students in the areas of teacher and staff training, a culturally-responsive pedagogy, and parent outreach.  Additionally, the Coordinator will develop marketing and recruitment templates to assist school leaders with implementing efforts to attract and engage Latino students and families.  

The Coordinator of Latino Outreach will develop strategic relationships between Latino community organizations and schools to advance student recruitment efforts and to build a portfolio of potential service providers.  Collaboration within the archdiocese and with others doing similar work in other dioceses is essential. The Coordinator will visit Catholic schools to assess progress toward their school planning goals as defined by the plans’ established metrics.

The applicant should be an active, practicing Catholic committed to serving children, families and Catholic school communities. Candidates should possess an advanced degree, preferably in the field of education and/or marketing/communication and have experience successfully working in Catholic schools and/or another closely related field, preferably in a leadership position. The applicant should be bi-lingual and bi-cultural and must have a strong commitment to strengthening and sustaining PK-12 Catholic schools. This individual must also work collaboratively, demonstrate a growth mindset, and approach challenges as opportunities.

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter, resume, and list of references to:

Ed Isakson
Director of Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

 

Executive Assistant, Catholic Charities

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to provide administrative support to the Executive Director of Catholic Charities. This position will have regular interaction with the Board of Advisors and will furnish administrative support before, during, and after board meetings. The Executive Assistant will also prepare detailed internal and external reports, collaborate with the Executive Director and the leadership team to manage workload and projects, organize meetings and events, and support fundraising efforts.

The position requires a minimum of five years of administrative experience, preferably with a not-for-profit profit organization, excellent clerical and computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook), proficiency with PowerPoint, and experience in meeting preparation and report generation. Applicants must be well-organized, detail-oriented, and comfortable with managing multiple tasks and projects. A college degree in a related field is preferred.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

 

Director of the Development and Planning Office, Catholic Diocese of Columbus

The Catholic Diocese of Columbus is looking for a Director of the Development and Planning Office to build, direct and coordinate comprehensive stewardship and development programs for the Diocese by ensuring that the proper planning, communications, and fund-raising activities are implemented.  In alignment with the Bishop, ensures all activities are conducted in support of the mission, philosophy and values of the Diocese to build a deeper awareness of the role of fiscal stewardship, in order to gain financial support for the needs of the people of the Diocese. The Director of the Development and Planning Office also supervises and directs all the activities of the Office.

A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Non-Profit Administration or related field; a Master’s degree in similar content area is preferred.   Professional development is mandatory to remain current in philanthropic best practices.  A minimum of five years of experience preferably in the non-profit fundraising and/or revenue generating environment.  Experience working in a faith-based environment and supervising staff.  Stewardship, planned giving, annual and capital campaign experience is required; practicing Catholic is required.

Job offer is contingent on the successful passing of the mandatory background screening and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course.  Salary is commensurate with education and experience; benefits are according to Diocesan policy.

Send resume, including education, and references by Monday, September 26, 2016 to:

Dominic Prunte,
Director of Human Resources
dprunte@columbuscatholic.org        

 

Executive Secretary, Dayton, OH

The CPPS Heritage Mission Fund, located in Dayton, Ohio, is a newly formed nonprofit grant-making corporation that will support ministerial endeavors that reflect the spirituality, mission and values of the Sisters of the Precious Blood and that strive to meet unmet needs of the time.
 
The Executive Secretary will need to convey an understanding of the mission and values of the CHM Fund. He or she is responsible for tracking and processing proposals and grant requests; providing basic information to the public as directed by the CHM Fund Board; responding to verbal, written or electronic inquiries and/or requests for information from grant seekers; managing the ordinary business and financial affairs of the office; managing the follow-up and grant evaluation process; and assisting the Board by preparing appropriate materials/reports, etc. This position reports to the President of the Board.

An ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree; solid organizational skills and strong oral, written and electronic communication skills; an ability to work independently as well as a team player; an ability to maintain strict confidentiality and is sensitive to cultural diversity. The candidate’s current computer literacy includes proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, websites, bookkeeping, etc.  He or she needs to relate well to grant seekers, the general public and the Board. Experience in the nonprofit setting is preferred. This salaried position is full time with an average of 40 hours per week on-site and requires flexibility in scheduling with some weekend work.

Requests for expanded job description and CHM Fund description can be made to nmcmullen@cppsadmin.org

Interested candidates are to send a cover letter, resume and salary history to nmcmullen@cppsadmin.org by October 6, 2016.

 

Pastoral Associate for Worship & Sacred Music

St. Joseph Parish, in Dyer, Indiana, is a vibrant growing Catholic Community in search of a full time Pastoral Associate for Worship & Sacred Music.   This newly created position will collaborate with the Pastor in the overall endeavor of parish administration including: assessing needs, pastoral planning, decision-making, implementation, and budget management.  Additionally, as the music leader of the parish, the Pastoral Associate for Worship and Sacred Music will provide formation, education, and practical preparation for liturgical celebrations for liturgical ministers, cantors/leaders of song, choral, and instrumental groups. The incumbent will serve as a resource consultant for parish concerns regarding liturgy and music, helping to educate staff, liturgical ministers, ministers of music, and the congregation in developing their potentials to understand the role of music in worship and to celebrate liturgies with noble simplicity and musical quality.

Requirements for this ministry include professional training in Liturgy and Music. Minimally, a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent is required, even though a more professional qualification, such as the equivalent of a Master’s Degree in music and liturgy, is preferred.  While this person must be proficient in the performance of Pipe Organ, Keyboard, Gregorian Chant, Polyphony, Contemporary Sacred Music, Choral Direction, and as a vocalist, specialized training and experience in Pipe Organ and Choral Direction is required. 

A detailed ministry position description can be found on our website: www.stjosephdyer.org/contact.php.

Interested candidates may submit a CV/Resume, cover letter and salary requirements directly to:

Reverend Ted J. Mauch
c/o St. Joseph Church
440 Joliet St.
Dyer, IN  46311
Fax:  (219)865-2271
Email: pastor@stjosephdyer.org

 

Program Director

Notre Dame ACE Academies Indy (formerly MTCA) is seeking a full-time Program Director for our IMPACT after-school program and Great Spirits summer camp program.  These programs serve four Catholic schools in the Indianapolis urban community.  The Director is responsible for all staffing and programming at these sites.  Sites serve 45 to 90 students each, for a total of 260+ students total, and offer opportunities in the Arts and STEM.  Objectives include parent/community engagement and measurable student academic growth through academic supports.

These programs are funded largely by a federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant.  The Director’s responsibilities include coordination of third-party program evaluations, all grant reporting, and reapplication for grant funding (4-year cycle).

Contact:

Chris Brunson
Director of Finance & Operations
Notre Dame ACE Academies Indy
cbrunson@archindy.org

 

Director of Music

St. Malachy Catholic Church, located in Brownsburg, IN (of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis), is seeking a professionally trained Director of Music for our parish community. 

St. Malachy Catholic Church is a thriving parish with 2,500 families and over 7,000 parishioners.  We seek an individual that can enhance our worship ministry and continue developing our talented cantors, accompanists and choirs.  Candidates will also provide their musical talents to marriages, funerals, penance services and other liturgical celebrations. 

Knowledge of both traditional and contemporary Roman Catholic music is needed.  Candidate will be relied upon to assess musical talent and properly train and place our musicians. 

Candidates must attain the skills to lead both our adult and youth choirs.  They must be able to lead, prepare, plan and execute all music within the parish.

Candidates must possess a high level of musical talent.  Preferably this applicant will be a seasoned vocalist, pianist and/or organist; with experience in conducting.

If interested please send a resume, letter of interest, and three references to searchcommittee@stmalachy.org.

Review of applications will begin immediately.

 

Director of Mission Advancement for Archdiocesan Education Initiatives

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Mission Advancement for Archdiocesan Education Initiatives. Reporting to and in partnership with the Director of Stewardship and Development, the Director for Mission Advancement for Archdiocesan Education Initiatives will be the liaison and key development officer for three key ministries of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to support their continued growth. Those ministries are the Office of Catholic Schools, the Notre Dame ACE Academies, and Bishop Simon Bruté Seminary.

Responsibilities include: developing and maintaining ongoing relationships with agency directors, boards, committees, and donors; developing and executing annual fundraising plans; working to secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations to meet the fundraising goals of each ministry; preparing accountability reports; and ensuring effective marketing through websites, social media,  newsletters, brochures, and other media.

Applicants should be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a deep appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic faith and a passion for supporting the educational ministries of the Church. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to interact effectively with current and prospective donors as a representative of the archdiocese, strong organizational ability, and project management skills are essential. The position also requires a high level of integrity and the ability to act in accordance with the code of ethics promulgated by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in not-for-profit management, business administration, philanthropy or related field is preferred. At least five years of professional experience in positions of significant responsibility, preferably involving mission advancement, is required.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

 

Full Time Business Manager Needed

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Carmel is seeking a Full Time Business Manager. This person is responsible for all business and temporal affairs of parish such as: overseeing the day to day operations of the business office, formulating and monitoring the annual parish budget, compiling financials reports; month end close; preparing various parish and diocesan reports; supervision of lay employees, acts as HR director, oversees facility maintenance.  Ideal candidate has a degree in business or related field with five to ten years’ experience in business or management; a background in accounting/bookkeeping is required. Is a practicing Catholic and is able to participate fully in the practice of the Roman Catholic Faith.  Demonstrated experience and is computer proficient in Microsoft Office programs, (particularly Excel), familiar with QuickBooks preferred but not required; Ability to manage more than one project/event at one time is essential; self-motivated, and a sense of discretion – high degree of confidentiality necessary.

To apply send an application (available on website) and resume to Search Committee, Parish Business Manager at St. Elizabeth Seton 10655 Haverstick Road, Carmel, Indiana 46033 or send to sid.hayden@seas-carmel.org.

 

Full time middle school spanish teacher

Our Lady of Grace Catholic School, Noblesville IN, is actively recruiting for a full time middle school spanish teacher.  OLG is looking for a dynamic, creative, enthusiastic educator who thrives in a team-based, faith-filled environment.  The ideal candidate will be able to engage and differentiate for multiple levels of students, communicate effectively, have capacity for leadership, and demonstrate a passion for high levels of learning.  Candidates must hold a valid Indiana teaching license in foreign language for the middle school setting with a strong cultural background.

Interested applicants should send an electronic resume and letter of interest to Principal Michelle Boyd at MLBoyd@ologn.org.

 

Director of Marriage and Family LIfe, Diocese of Columbus, Ohio

Position Summary:  This position is responsible to lead staff and manage programs and resources of the Diocesan Marriage and Family Life Office in accordance with official Church teaching and Diocesan priorities and concerns, with dedication to the promotion of the ideals of Catholic family life and sacramental marriage and ongoing development and maintenance of family ministry on the parish, diocesan, and regional/national levels.  This includes but is not limited to: marriage preparation, remarriage preparation, marriage enrichment, natural family planning, parenting, family enrichment, and ministry with the divorced, separated, and bereaved.  In addition, the person executes any directions which contribute to the overall operation of the Marriage and Family Life Office as determined and delegated by the Episcopal Moderator for Spiritual Life and Parish Ministry.  This person is expected to use personal judgment and maintain a high level of confidentiality in carrying out the duties and responsibilities of the position and office.

Education and Experience: The applicant must possess a Master’s Degree in family studies or related studies, and a minimum of five years of prior experience in Catholic marriage and family ministry is required.

Qualifications for this position include: The ability to communicate effectively both in written format and oral presentation; ability to maintain organization, multi-task and establish priorities; ability to work with others in a diverse and collaborative team environment; exhibits initiative, responsibility and flexibility; knowledge of Microsoft software applications (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint) and use of audio visual equipment is required.

Job offer is contingent on the successful passing of the mandatory background screening and completion of the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” course. 

Salary is commensurate with education and experience.  Benefits are according to Diocesan policy.

Send resume and references by August 15, 2016 to:

Dominic W. Prunte
Director of Human Resources
dprunte@columbuscatholic.org

 

Administrative Assistant (Part-Time), Office of Intercultural Ministries

The Intercultural Ministries Office is seeking an administrative assistant who can provide support 16-20 hours per week.  Intercultural Ministries serves the pastoral and spiritual needs of the diverse cultures present in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.  The administrative assistant provides secretarial and administrative support for office personnel including the coordinators of cultural ministries and the staff supporting the Intercultural Pastoral Institute.  In this role the assistant facilitates communications between office staff, parishes, the community we serve, and other employees of the Catholic Center.  A qualified candidate must be bi-lingual in English and Spanish.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

 

Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Lafayette, IN

We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana.  The Superintendent oversees the administration and supervision of education in the Catholic school system of the diocese.  The qualified individual will be instrumental in collaboratively building a vision for Catholic education in Catholic schools in the diocese.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  Master’s degree in Educational Leadership required, Doctorate degree preferred. Indiana state certification as Superintendent or meet criteria to qualify for state certification. Familiarity with current trends and curriculum in Catholic education.

Work Experience: At least seven years related experience, with at least 3 years in educational administration.  Project management, strategic and operational oversight responsibilities required.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to jlausten@dol-in.org.

 

Case Advocate and Office Manager, Tribunal Office, Lafayette, IN

We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Case Advocate and Office Manager in our Tribunal Office.  This person will act as an advocate for parties involved in formal cases and will oversee the daily functioning of the Tribunal office.

A high school diploma or equivalent is required with a bachelor’s degree in office administration, business, management or related area preferred.  At least three years of office management, legal administrative or related experience is required.  Basic understanding of Canon Law is a plus.  A candidate that is able to speak, read and write in Spanish desired.

Qualified candidates, with supervisor approval, may submit their resume to jlausten@dol-in.org.

 

Full-time and Part-time Assistants

St. Mary’s Child Center of Indianapolis, Indiana is seeking full-time and part-time Assistants to help teachers in the classroom. St. Mary’s Child Center is a NAEYC accredited, licensed, Level for Path to Quality preschool following the principles of the Reggio Emilia philosophy.  Our mission is to serve children in poverty with lifelong learning leading to lifelong success. 

Starting salary for Full-time Assistants - $11.50/hour and Part-time Assistants - $10.50/hour

The persons seeking this position must have the following:

  • Respect for children, their unique personalities and cultures
  • Respect for families and a willingness to engage positively with them
  • Enthusiasm for children, wanting to make a difference to each and every child
  • Possess the ability to catch a fleeing child
  • High school diploma or equivalent

For more information about St. Mary’s Child Center: www.smccindy.org

Sandy Bryant
9230 Hawkins Road
Indianapolis, IN 46216
317-361-4869
Fax 317-543-0788
sbryant@smccindy.org

 

Bus Driver

Bus Driver needed for St. Mary’s Child Center. Part time, 5 days per week, 5.5  hours per day, transporting 3 to 5 year old children.

Must have PPC or CDL license prior to applying and pass TB, Fingerprinting, Criminal, Drug, and Driving checks.

For more information, contact:

Main Office, 317-635-1491

Fax resume to 317-635-1493

Or mail to 901 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St., Indianapolis, IN 46202.

Or email to lhuffman@smccindy.org.

 

Case Advocate and Office Manager, Tribunal Office – Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana

We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Case Advocate and Office Manager in our Tribunal office. This person will act as an advocate for parties involved in formal cases and will oversee the daily functioning of the Tribunal office.

Required qualifications and experience include: a high school diploma or equivalent; strong organizational skills; strong written and verbal communication skills.

Additional skills or qualifications which would be considered a plus include: experience in office management; familiarity with Canon Law and/or willingness to learn; ability to speak, read, and write in Spanish.

Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing. Qualified candidates may submit their resume to Jeanne Lausten, Human Resources, at jlausten@dol-in.org. Information about this full-time position is also posted at http://www.catholicjobs.com/job/8220124069.

 

Senior Director of the Department of Catholic Education, Diocese of Toledo

The Diocese of Toledo is searching for a Senior Director of the Department of Catholic Education that will provide leadership, direct supervision and manages the Catholic Education Department team.  This faith-inspired, big picture, strategic, innovative leader will promote and advance the Catholic identity, academic excellence, and ensure the vitality and viability of our Catholic schools. She/he will assist the Bishop of Toledo in his teaching mission by encouraging and supporting leaders of catechetical formation in the parishes and schools of the Diocese. In addition, the Senior Director will oversee the catechetical formation throughout the Catholic schools and parishes, from youth to adult formation, as well as care for home school families and the formation of lay ecclesial ministry.   

For details on how to apply and a more detailed classified ad go to http://toledodiocese.org/page/employment.

 

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

Catholic Charities Bloomington is seeking a licensed mental health therapist to provide therapeutic services (including, but not limited to assessment, individual, family and group therapy) with an emphasis on the child and adolescent population.  This position will also provide an opportunity to participate in brief intervention/assessments in a pediatric integrated behavioral health setting.  Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in a mental health related field is required.  An Indiana license (LCSW, LMHC, LMFT) by Indiana Professional Licensing Agency preferred, but not required.  

Excellent benefits and salary commensurate with credentials and experience.

Send cover letter and resume to:

Catholic Charities Bloomington
O’Connell Case, LCSW
Clinical Director
803 N. Monroe Street
Bloomington, IN  47404

Or email to occase@ccbin.org

 

Campus Minister, Worship Ministries and Director of Sacred Choir

Marian University seeks a Campus Minister, Worship Ministries and Director of Sacred Choir to promote the vision of Marian University Campus Ministry by providing leadership in the areas of Roman Catholic worship, ecumenical/common prayer, and liturgical music for the Marian University community.  Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, this minister will focus on making current liturgies and prayer services dynamic by cultivating greater student leadership and utilizing best practices.  This person will also foster the active participation of the liturgical assembly in singing, expand our worship offerings, and involve a broader portion of the Marian University community in these opportunities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all Catholic liturgies
  • Coordinate prayers and/or worship events such as:  Sacred Hour, Night Prayer, and Adoration
  • Direct the Sacred Choir and musicians
  • Advise and mentor Pastoral Music Ministry majors
  • Coordinate internships for the Pastoral Music Ministry Majors
  • Coordinate four teams of student leaders (the Liturgy Team, Night Prayer Team, Adoration Team, and Sacred Hour Team)
  • Provide training and formation for all teams (including prior to the beginning of the school year, and during winter break)
  • Be a contributing member to the Campus Ministry staff team
  • Collaborate closely with the Chair of the Music Department, Chaplain, and Director of the San Damiano Scholars program
  • Other duties as assigned

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.   Applications require a cover letter, current resume, and names and addresses of three current references.  Only complete applications should be submitted to hr@marian.edu.  No phone calls please.

 

Communications Manager

Holy Family Catholic Church and School in New Albany are looking for a full-time Communications Manager. As Communications Manager this person would have a Bachelor Degree or equivalent experience in Communications, Marketing, Graphic Design, or a similar field.

This person would be responsible for updating Church and School websites and social media accounts; coordinating and collecting content for E-newsletters, websites, and church bulletins. Must be proficient on a Mac computer and comfortable using social media, and willing to learn new communications platforms as those emerge.

Experience in writing, photography, and Adobe Indesign are bonuses. 

Resumes should be emailed to: cagoins@holyfamilynewalbany.org.

 

Campus Minister, Worship Ministries and Director of Sacred Choir

Marian University Indianapolis seeks a Campus Minister, Worship Ministries and Director of Sacred Choir to promote the vision of Marian University Campus Ministry by providing leadership in the areas of Roman Catholic worship, ecumenical/common prayer, and liturgical music for the Marian University community.  Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, this minister will focus on making current liturgies and prayer services dynamic by cultivating greater student leadership and utilizing best practices.  This person will also foster the active participation of the liturgical assembly in singing, expand our worship offerings, and involve a broader portion of the Marian University community in these opportunities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all Catholic liturgies
  • Coordinate prayers and/or worship events such as:  Sacred Hour, Night Prayer, and Adoration
  • Direct the Sacred Choir and musicians
  • Advise and mentor Pastoral Music Ministry majors
  • Coordinate internships for the Pastoral Music Ministry Majors
  • Provide training and formation for all teams (including prior to the beginning of the school year, and during winter break)
  • Be a contributing member to the Campus Ministry staff team
  • Collaborate closely with the Chair of the Music Department, Chaplain, and Director of the San Damiano Scholars program

Qualifications: http://marian.edu/about-marian/human-resources/employment-opportunities

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.   Applications require a cover letter, current resume, and names and addresses of three current references.  Only complete applications should be submitted to hr@marian.edu.  No phone calls please.  

  

Lead Preschool Teacher

St. Mary’s Child Center of Indianapolis, Indiana is seeking full time teachers to start July 25, 2016 for the 2016-2017 school year. St. Mary’s Child Center is a NAEYC accredited, licensed, Level for Path to Quality preschool following the principles of the Reggio Emilia philosophy.  Our mission is to serve children in poverty with lifelong learning leading to lifelong success. 

The persons seeking this position must have the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood or NAEYC equivalent
  • Reggio Knowledge
  • Ability to facilitate best practices in Early Childhood
  • Respect for children, their unique personalities and cultures
  • Respect for families and a willingness to engage positively with them
  • Enthusiasm for children, wanting to make a difference to each and every child
  • Disposition to work positively with others in a collaborative atmosphere
  • Good communication skills with students and families; This includes documentation that is part of the Reggio Influenced curriculum
  • Complete state reporting
  • Creativity and flexibility to be able to change the day to meet the needs and interests of the children
  • Possess the ability to catch a fleeing child

Full benefits package; starting salary $35,000

For more information about St. Mary’s Child Center:

www.smccindy.org
Sandy Bryant
9230 Hawkins Road
Indianapolis, IN 46216
317-361-4869
Fax 317-543-0788
sbryant@smccindy.org

 

Director, Catholic Community Foundation

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of the Catholic Community Foundation to oversee the growth and administration of assets entrusted to the Catholic Community Foundation for the perpetual mission of the archdiocese. Responsibilities are focused on the growth and ongoing improvement of the Foundation and on endowment and planned giving promotion and consulting for the benefit of the parishes, schools, and agencies of the archdiocese.

Major duties include providing leadership for the development and implementation of the strategic vision for the Foundation, serving as a liaison and key facilitator for the Catholic Community Foundation Board of Trustees and its committees, supervising and empowering staff members, and fostering relationships with pastors and parish communities to identify needs and to engage and support parishes in planned giving.

Applicants should be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a deep appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic faith and a passion for supporting the ministry of the Church through endowments and planned giving. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to interact effectively with current and prospective donors as a representative of the archdiocese, strong organizational ability, and project management skills are essential. The position also requires the ability to lead others effectively and act in accordance with the code of ethics promulgated by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

A master’s degree or equivalent experience in not-for-profit management, business administration, philanthropy or related field is preferred. At least seven to ten years of professional experience in positions of significant responsibility within the Church or other service-oriented institutions, preferably involving fundraising, endowments, and planned giving is required.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

 

Coordinator of Health Services

A Caring Place Adult Day Services, Catholic Charities Indianapolis, is seeking a Coordinator of Health Services. Candidate is responsible for the provision of participant care, activities and related professional services.  This position requires assisting with activities of daily living.
Candidate must have a valid Indiana Registered Nurse license; hands-on experience in geriatric care and experience in management and supervision is preferred.

The full time position comes with benefits; may consider part-time. Salary depends on experience.

E-mail Letter of Interest: asczesny@archindy.org. Fax resume to 317-475-3093, attention Amy.

 

Principal, Holy Angels School, Dayton

The parish school of the Church of the Holy Angels is accepting applications for the position of principal for the 2016-17 school year.  Our school has a current enrollment of 306 students in K thru 8, and an additional 58 children in our pre-school program. We have a highly diverse student body comprised of children who live in various parts of the Dayton metropolitan area.  We have a highly experienced and highly regarded faculty. We are located next to the campus of the University of Dayton, and have a strong collaborative relationship with the university, including their School of Education.

A candidate must be an active, fervent Catholic who is in full communion with the Church; and must hold, or be eligible for, an Ohio Principal’s License.

Please forward cover letter and resume to Ms. Karyn Hecker, Catholic Schools Office, Pilarczyk Center, 1436 Needmore Rd., Dayton, OH  45414.

 

Development Director, St. Augustine Home for the Aged (Little Sisters of the Poor)

The Little Sisters of the Poor are religious women of strength and a spirit of courage with the Heart of Jesus. The Little Sisters of the Poor are seeking a performance driven Director of Development to join their Christ-like family.

The Little Sisters of the Poor have been gratefully and humbly serving the elderly poor in Indianapolis at the Saint Augustine Home for over 140 years. In 2015 The Little Sisters of the Poor were honored by Medicare with a 5 star rating for their extraordinary skilled nursing and loving care. This spring the University of Notre Dame is awarding the "Respect for Life" award to the Little Sisters of the Poor.

In this key management position, the Development Director should be able to tell the story of the Little Sisters of the Poor and their Residents while:

  • Supporting and heightening public awareness of the Mission of the Little Sisters of the Poor
  • Maintaining and growing major Gift sources
  • Developing relationships with Major foundations
  • Utilizing creative writing and persuasive speaking skills
  • Creating a long-term strategic plan for gifting
  • Creating the annual budget and quarterly reports
  • Leading Advisory Board meetings
  • Working with the Advisory Board in the planning and execution of major social fund raising events

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their resume to: hrindianapolis@littlesistersofthepoor.com or fax to 317-415-6286.

 

Director of Development and Stewardship, Diocese of Evansville

The Catholic Diocese of Evansville, Indiana, which serves Catholics in 12 counties of Southwest Indiana, is accepting applications for the position of Director of Development and Stewardship. This is a full-time, exempt position.

The Director of Development and Stewardship, as a primary advisor to the Bishop of Evansville, coordinates and manages fundraising efforts to support the diocesan mission. The director reports to the bishop and the chancellor/chief operating office of the diocese, and manages all development and stewardship activities to meet the financial needs of the Diocese of Evansville.

A bachelor’s degree is required, with a minimum of five years’ experience in fundraising, marketing or related field preferred. Applicants holding a CFRE endorsement and those with parish and/or diocesan experience will receive priority. Individuals who can read, write and speak in Spanish will receive special consideration. Other qualifications include:

  • Ability to communicate and interact comfortably with diverse groups
  • Superior written and verbal communications skills
  • Knowledge of successful communications, development and marketing strategies
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends
  • Reliable transportation to enable travel throughout the 12 counties of the Diocese of Evansville

The Diocesan Development and Stewardship Office is located in the Diocese of Evansville Catholic Center, in Evansville, and this position requires travel to other diocesan offices, parishes, schools and/or client homes as necessary.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, salary history and list of three professional references to: hr-stewardship@evdio.org

Applications will be accepted – and interviews conducted on a rolling basis – until the position is filled.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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