Job openings

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

 

Campus Ministry Assistant

Bishop Chatard High School Department of Campus Ministry seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Campus Ministry Administrative Assistant. The Campus Ministry Administrative Assistant advances the mission of the school through ministerial, administrative, and clerical assistance to and collaboration with the Executive Director of Mission Integration and the Associate Director of Campus Ministry. The Campus Ministry Administrative Assistant reports directly to, and is supervised and evaluated by the Executive Director of Mission Integration. The Administrative Assistant:

  • serves as a witness of faith and ministers directly to students, leading them to deeper love of Christ and others;
  • assists retreat directors with preparing for, communicating about, and executing all retreats;
  • prepares for Christian Service Immersions, liturgies, prayer services, and other programming throughout the year;
  • communicates on behalf of the Department of Campus Ministry to student body and school community;
  • manages office supplies, equipment, events, and services for Campus Ministry;
  • provides administrative and clerical support for the Department of Campus Ministry.

Candidates with experience in Catholic ministry (as a volunteer or in a paid position), a background in clerical and administrative work, a passion for working with high school students, and the ability to begin immediately are preferred. This is a part-time position, 3 school days per week (15-20 hours per week) with some occasional weekend work related to retreats.

Submit resume, cover letter, list of three references, and any questions to Libbie Steiner, Executive Director of Mission Integration, at Lsteiner@bishopchatard.org.

Added on July 28, 2021

 

Director of Faith Formation

Christ the King Parish in Indianapolis seeks a Director of Faith Formation.

The position oversees sacramental preparation, the parish’s Sunday Morning Religious Education Program, RCIA and Adult Faith Formation Programs.

Applicants should have an infectious love of the Catholic faith and a bachelor’s or master’s degree in theology or religious studies.

Send resumes to Ken Ogorek, Office of Catechesis, Archdiocese of Indianapolis, at kogorek@archindy.org.

Added on July 14, 2021

 

Pastoral Associate

St. Philip Neri Parish is seeking a part-time Pastoral Associate. Primary responsibilities include providing leadership and administration in specific areas of parish life, directing the Parish Catechetical Program, coordinating others in ministry, as well as providing some direct ministry to parishioners.

Qualifications include experience in pastoral work and a Bachelor’s Degree in theology or related field, or equivalent education and experience. Must be bilingual in English and Spanish. The ability to work with minimal direction. Good organizational and communication skills are required. The ability to reach, bend, stoop, kneel and stand for extended periods. The ability to lift up to 50 pounds is required. A valid driver’s license is required. Will need to pass a background check.

Occasional overtime may be required on evenings, weekends, and during emergencies.

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

Rev. Jeffrey Dufresne
c/o St. Philip Neri Catholic Church
550 N. Rural St
Indianapolis, IN, 46201

Or emailed to frdufresne@stphilipneri-indy.org

Added on July 14, 2021

 

Catholic Philanthropic Advisor

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Catholic Philanthropic Advisor at their office in downtown Indianapolis.
The Catholic Philanthropic Advisor is responsible for securing major and planned gifts to support ministries of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. The individual will work closely with the Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving and the Prospect Research Analyst to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gifts and planned gifts. The Catholic Philanthropic Advisor will assist Catholics to grow in their understanding of living their faith through stewardship – seeing all as a gift from God and responding in gratitude by generously sharing one’s gifts with others. The Catholic Philanthropic Advisor will work closely with United Catholic Appeal donors and Legacy Society’s donors to advance giving throughout the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.  The Catholic Philanthropic Advisor will participate in staff meetings and serve as a member of the Office of Stewardship and Development Major and Planned Gifts team, regularly attending various Office of Stewardship and Development and Catholic Community Foundation events.

Responsibilities:

  • Passionately promote a culture of annual, planned and legacy giving within the Archdiocese by providing donors the tools and facts so they can confidently participate in the ministry of Catholic giving.
  • Identify, research, cultivate and solicit prospects for annual, endowment and planned gifts, and manage a personal visit calendar.
  • Work with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects through effective marketing, cultivation and outreach activities to develop and present proposals to solicit major and planned gifts.
  • Respond to annual, planned and endowment gift inquiries from potential donors and, on occasion, professional advisors.
  • Fulfill assigned metrics for identification, cultivation, stewardship and solicitation of gifts in Raisers Edge.
  • Assist Office of Stewardship and Development Field Staff with planned giving promotion and outreach to parishes and with individual donors through the preparation and presentation of planned gift and endowment proposals.
  • Stay familiar with laws and best practices of annual and planned giving.

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Kim Pohovey
kpohovey@archindy.org

Added on July 14, 2021

 

Prospect Research Analyst

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Prospect Research Analyst at their office in downtown Indianapolis.

The Prospect Research Analyst is a key analytical role for the stewardship and development efforts within the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.  This position is committed to data analysis for growth in portfolio development and donor acquisition.  This role will focus on monitoring the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors and prospects, assisting Major Gift and Planned Gift officers in determining prioritization and next steps through analysis of donor trends and behaviors. The Prospect Research Analyst is charged with continuously refining and improving the process of data analysis for the department, always seeking new ways in which data analysis can enhance and impact fundraising success.  In addition, the Prospect Research Analyst will monitor gift expectancy for the Archdiocese and its parish, schools and agencies, as well as realizing estate and other planned gifts.  This individual will also participate in the department’s securities process team.

The experienced, self-motivated, prospect researcher will possess strong writing, research and analytical skills, along with a commitment to producing high quality work. Emphasis will be placed on being an active partner with all directors within the Office of Stewardship and Development in order to increase funding for ministry. The Prospect Research Analyst will be expected to work on multiple projects simultaneously, utilizing a strong proficiency in prospect research resources, searching skills and research strategies.

Responsibilities:

  • Uses Raiser’s Edge software to obtain, manipulate and report on data.
  • Makes recommendations on other data points that should be captured and monitored for results-based decision making.
  • Collaborates to ensure that past knowledge and fundraising best practices are considered in data analysis.
  • Analyze donor trends, behaviors and profiles to ensure that development staff and organizational relationship managers are working with the most financially capable donors.
  • Plans prospect review meetings, supports portfolio review, updates prospect ratings and reviews, seeks to align a donor’s giving affinity and preferences to the organizational needs, and improves the internal prospect tracking procedures.
  • Identifies prospects and strategies for upgrades and renewals, new donor acquisition, and reclaiming of LYBUNT and SYBUNT donors while assisting with segmenting of young adults, generation X, Baby Boomer and greatest generation donors.
  • Interprets and synthesizes large volumes of information and provides easily comprehensible profiles, briefings and memorandums.
  • Synthesizes information to make data-driven decisions through review of multiple data sources including but not limited to email marketing software, database management software, website analytics and online giving tools.
  • Provides oversight and structure to maintain and advance the collection of grants, grant submission deadlines and grant reporting deadlines to create an accurate assessment of private, state and federal funding sources that support ministry in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.
  • Coordinates research to ensure current biographical information is provided to development staff and organizational relationship managers for special events.
  • Develops a supportive and productive relationship with all development staff and others involved in fundraising.
  • Organizes and manages historical development documents so they are easily accessible to Development Staff and key relationship managers.
  • Has a thorough knowledge of the database and consistently maintains and enters research data findings and action steps.
  • Has a strong desire to align individuals who give generously with numerous opportunities to support the ministries of the Catholic Church and positively make an impact in the community.
  • Performs other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Kim Pohovey
kpohovey@archindy.org

Added on July 14, 2021

 

Positions at Roncalli High School, Indianapolis

Roncalli High School is excited to announce three part-time positions within the Office of Advancement. Given the right candidate, two of these positions could be combined to create one full-time position. Please submit resume by August 7, 2021. Qualified, interested candidates are invited to email a current resume and cover letter to Terese Carson at tcarson@roncalli.org. Please include at least three references as a part of the resume.

You are the perfect candidate if you are constantly looking ahead, engaging in meaningful conversation, have a passion for Catholic education, and love Roncalli High School. If you are someone who has mastered the art of managing multiple priorities at once, then read on!

The Director of Special Events is responsible for the execution of all fund-raising, friend-raising and informational events. The Director of Special Events will coordinate annual fundraising events, such as Circle of Faith Annual Fund Dinner, Walkathon and Celebration Roncalli but will also brainstorm new events that allow us to reach further into our community. We are seeking an individual who is extremely organized and will plan, coordinate and promote all aspects of events.

The Director of Alumni Relations is responsible for the development and management of Roncalli’s alumni relations program. The Director of Alumni Relations develops, directs, and maintains relationships with current students as they approach graduation and all alumni of Chartrand, Kennedy, Sacred Heart and Roncalli for the purpose of deepening connections and engaging those constituents with the school and our mission. The Director of Alumni Relations will develop and implement a strategy to grow engagement for alumni and inspire them to give back to the school in meaningful ways.

The Director of Corporate Relations is responsible for raising meaningful philanthropic gifts and
sponsorship opportunities from businesses and corporations. The Director of Corporate Relations will develop and lead a portfolio of corporate prospects and donors, from identification and qualification to cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. The Director of Corporate Relations is responsible for increasing Roncalli’s visibility among businesses while actively working to establish long-term partnerships and strengthen existing relationships within the corporate sector.

For more information on each of these positions, please visit https://www.roncalli.org/about/employment.

Added on July 13, 2021

 

Digital Media & Communications Coordinator – Nativity & St. Jude parishes, Indianapolis

Nativity and St. Jude Catholic parishes are partnering to seek a Digital Media & Communications Coordinator to serve both parishes.  While part-time at each parish, this combined role will be a full-time position, with a comprehensive benefits package offered. This employee will split time between the two parishes, thus requiring demonstrated accountability, self-discipline, and time management skills.  To support the success of this role, flexible hours and some remote working is possible.

Duties include overseeing a variety of internal and external parish marketing and communications, including website, social media, digital and print resources. Individuals with a passion for utilizing their communications talents to support the missions of two Indianapolis South Deanery parishes should strongly consider joining in this position!

Interested applicants should send their resumes to:

Kris Chaney
Director of Ministry Operations
St. Jude Catholic Church, Indianapolis, IN
kchaney@stjudeindy.org
317-786-4371

Added on July 13, 2021

 

St. Monica Catholic Church - Director of Music Ministry

Saint Monica Catholic Church is looking for a full time Director of Music Ministry. This person is responsible for the effective preparation, coordination, performance; development of musicians, cantors, and choral groups; and leadership of music within the liturgical celebrations of an intercultural and multi-lingual parish. This person of faith is both a pastoral minister who possesses a vision of how a local Church can develop its potential as an integrated musical community and a professional who holds specialized credentials in music and has a thorough understanding of Roman Catholic liturgy. 
 
The complete position description can be found online at www.stmonicaindy.org
                       
Please send resume and cover letter to: 

St. Monica DMM Search Committee, 6131 Michigan Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46228 or email to:
jmccaslin@stmonicaindy.org.  

The deadline for priority consideration is August 17th, 2021.

Added on July 13, 2021

 

Director of Mission & Discipleship for Men (Parish Missionary)

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in downtown Indianapolis, IN is seeking to hire a Director of Mission & Discipleship for Men (Parish Missionary).This position would either be Full time or ¾ time (30-40 hours per week, negotiable). The purpose of this position is to help lead the parish initiative to fulfill the mission of the Church with our parishioners and the community at large, along with a Missionary for Women (already on the St. John’s Ministry Team).

Responsibilities:

  • Help to continue to fulfill the new evangelization to re-invigorate Catholics by inviting those who are Christian to a fullness of faith and sharing our personal encounter with those who have not known Jesus Christ.
  • Help equip parishioners, neighbors and friends of St. John’s with the tools and courage to become missionary disciples and disciple makers.
  • Build personal relationships with parishioners encouraging them to a deeper commitment to Missionary Discipleship.
  • Share the Gospel with parishioners and non-parishioners on a personal basis, inviting people into a deeper relationship with Christ and His Church; sharing with them the call to be an intentional disciple. As disciples continue to be built and taught, they must then go on to share the Good News with others in the parish and community, thus becoming missionary disciples and disciple makers themselves.
  • Help lead, teach and share the vision of spiritual formation through discipleship and evangelization by hosting large group events to cast this vision
  • Meet with people one-on-one to encourage, challenge, and train them to not only be disciples of Jesus, but also to bring others to Him. The one-on-one training will include accountability to a strong prayer life, the Sacraments, lived virtue, community and how one can personally disciple others.

Qualifications:

  • Practicing, Sacramentally Sound, Orthodox Catholic
  • Love for God, His Church and His People
  • Embraces being a missionary disciple and a disciple maker and shows evidence of this in daily life
  • Knowledge and desire to live the New Evangelization
  • Knowledge of and desire to teach the beauty, goodness and truth of the Church through Scripture, Tradition, and Magisterium.
  • Self Starter, Self-Disciplined and Motivated to daily task and mission
  • Ability to plan and lead prayer, one on one discipleship, small and large group events
  • Ability to work on a team towards the Mission of the Church

For more information on this job description please visit:
http://www.stjohnsindy.org/job-openings.html

Please send resume and a minimum of 3 references to:

Father Rick Nagel
Email: fathernagel@gmail.com
Address: St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
126 West Georgia Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46225

Added on July 8, 2021

 

Custodian / Maintenance Assistant

To aid in all maintenance functions at St. Patrick School of the T.H. Deanery, 449 South 19th Street including cleanliness, state building code enforcement, and all other facility related issues.

The Custodian/Maintenance Assistant is a part-time, non-exempt position.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify facilities issues and address all maintenance/janitorial issues
  • Manages facilities improvement projects, collaboratively or individually as determined by the size and scope of each project
  • Cleans and maintains a healthy school building environment for all building occupants
  • Maintains cleaning equipment and all supplies

Custodians/Maintenance Assistants must be able to lift heavy objects (< 50 lbs) and stand for extended periods. Climbing stairs, carrying many objects, and walking are daily functions.

All Custodians/Maintenance Assistants report directly to the Facility Director and other school staff to address all janitorial and maintenance issues throughout the building and grounds.

To Apply:  Please visit the St. Patrick Church, 1807 Poplar Street, Terre Haute, IN 47803.

Added on July 8, 2021

 

Associate Director of Religious Education

St. Alphonsus Liguori in Zionsville is looking for a faithful follower of Jesus Christ and His Catholic Church to lead our very important ministry to provide religious education to our K-4th grade parishioners.  This role also includes preparation for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Holy Communion for our young people, as well as providing leadership with other activities such as Vacation Bible School.  The position is full-time, requires 30 to 40 hours per week, and reports to Deacon Tim Perry, Director of Evangelization.  Qualifications include a minimum of 5 years’ experience in parish ministry.   Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Education or Theology is preferred.

Interested persons can e-mail a resume and a letter of interest to Deacon Tim Perry at tperry@zionsvillecatholic.com.

Added on July 8, 2021

 

Director of Campus Ministry, Butler Catholic Community

The Butler Catholic Community (BCC) at Butler University and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis are seeking one full-time person to assume the role as the Director of Campus Ministry.  The Director of Campus Ministry is charged with the development and leadership of all programming, outreach, and sacramental life for the Butler Catholic Community (BCC) students, faculty and staff at Butler University.   The Director will also oversee an active Leadership Team while working closely with other campus ministers at Butler, the Butler Center for Faith and Vocation, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all programming and events for the BCC including but not limited to social, service, prayer, and small groups communities
  • Coordinate all sacramental preparation that takes place at Butler University.
  • Attend all on-campus Masses (1 Sunday and 1 weekday) and oversee set-up/clean-up volunteers and liturgical ministers
  • Coordinate weekly student dinner after Sunday Mass and oversee set-up/clean-up volunteers
  • Coordinate an Alternative Spring Break program and lead the trip
  • Coordinate and lead pilgrimages and trips such as the SEEK conference, March for Life, and World Youth Day
  • Oversee planning and execution of annual fall retreat and be present throughout the weekend
  • Lead all spiritual and theological formation of students involved in the BCC
  • Oversee a large and active student leadership team in the areas of Faith & Formation, Service & Social Justice, and Outreach, and the executive board, and empower them to take ownership of the ministry
  • Administrative duties as needed
  • Find innovative ways to reach out to and support the large percentage of students involved in Greek Life on campus
  • Create a culture of intentional living, leading and discipleship among the students at the BCC
  • Work closely with other denominations and staff of the campus religious life office and collaborate in some programs
  • Have a strong and consistent presence on campus in relevant and creative ways
  • Foster relationships with ministry alumni and Butler faculty/staff

Education, Training and Experience:

  • Must be an active and practicing Catholic
  • Minimum of 2-3 years experience in full-time college campus ministry OR 3-5 years experience in another full-time pastoral ministry
  • Bachelor’s degree in Catholic theology, catechetics, pastoral ministry, or related field
  • A creative and relevant understanding of communicating the Gospel to college students
  • Experience organizing and implementing events for young adults

Please send cover letter, resume and references to: Matt Faley at mfaley@archindy.org 

Added on June 24, 2021 

 

Director of Faith Formation, Incarnation of Our Lord Church, Saint Paul Church, Louisville, KY

The Director of Faith Formation (Incarnation of Our Lord Church, Saint Paul Church, Louisville, KY) is a minister in collaboration with the Pastor/Administrator(s) to coordinate religious education and formation ministry to all ages of the parish. He/she shares in the responsibility of needs assessment decision-making, planning and implementation of the formation ministries of the parish.

  1. Serve as the Director of Faith Formation
  2. Determine, suggest and initiate requests for grant monies where applicable for Faith Formation
  3. Facilitates and coordinates the stewardship of volunteers, assuming or delegating responsibility for schedules, needed· training and appreciation events for faith
  4. Develops, maintains and supervises the Adult Formation Processes
  5. Establish an Adult Formation Committee (AFC) that will plan for the religious formation needs of adults especially in light of the Church’s Social Teaching.
  6. Serve as a coordinator and mentor of the joint Incarnation/Saint Paul Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults & Children (RCIA)
  7. Serve as a member on the Dixie Catholic Faith Formation (DiCAFF) leadership team
    1. Curriculum development
    2. Catechist formation and development
    3. Communication with parents/guardians
    4. Budget development
  8. Facilitate registration of Incarnation & Saint Paul DiCAFF participants
  9. Coordinates Sacrament celebration of Incarnation & Saint Paul candidates
  10. Mentor and establish budget with coordinators of the Children’s Church
  11. Co-ordinate the parent formation sessions for the infant Baptism
  12. Resource and support the ACTS
  13. Ensure all Faith Formation personnel meet the Archdiocesan requirements for Safe Environment
  14. Document the reception of all Sacraments in their respective
  15. Foster effective communication among all
  16. Provides personal presence at respective parish
  17. Maintains an office presence two days a week for a minimum of three hours a day at the Incarnation

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent Faith Formation certification. Minimum of five (5) years experience in Faith Formation. Previous faith administrator/director experience is a plus.

Interested applicants should contact the St. Paul parish office at (502) 935-1223 or email our Office Manager at catie@stpaulparishlouisvilleky.org.

Added on June 23, 2021 

 

Pastoral Minister and Advocate for High School Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Grand Haven, MI

Are you on fire for sharing the Gospel and the love of Jesus Christ with youth and young adults? Do you have a passion for helping others grow in their Catholic faith? St. Patrick- St. Anthony Parish in beautiful Grand Haven, Michigan, led by our Pastor Fr. Chuck Schwartz, is looking for a person who understands missional discipleship and yearns to join a team of dedicated, professional lay ministers to carry out our parish vision to inspire every heart to know, love and serve Jesus Christ.

The person for this life giving ministry must be an outgoing, team player who can inspire both young people and volunteer ministers to a deeper, more authentic relationship with Christ. We are looking for a person with a strong Catholic faith and moral standards who has the ability to communicate the Catholic faith in an effective an inspiring way to youth and young adults. We consider an active, reflective, spirituality and prayer life to be a key requirement of our ministry team when reaching out to evangelize those seeking God and a meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ.

A Bachelor's Degree or higher in Theology, Religious Education, Youth Ministry or related field is a definite plus for consideration. We will also place a high priority on the length and caliber of previous experience in parish youth/young adult ministry in our hiring process deliberations.

If you are frantically looking for any job in Catholic ministry, this position is not for you. However, if you are being called to a vocation of evangelization, teaching, developing healthy relationships and becoming the person Jesus Christ intends, this may just be the opportunity you have been looking for.

For more information and a complete job description please send inquiries to Tony Allen, Director of Faith Formation and Evangelization, tallen@stpatsgh.org. To apply, send resume & cover letter to apply@stpatsgh.org. Deadline to apply for this opportunity is July 20, 2021. We are looking to fill this ministry position by the beginning of August 2021.

Added on June 23, 2021 

 

Facility Custodian

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a part-time custodian for the Brute Seminary. The custodian is responsible for the appearance, cleanliness and light maintenance of the buildings and grounds. This position provides coordinated janitorial services in seminary facilities (chapel, dining hall, public spaces and dorm rooms when students are not in session, etc.)..

 Responsibilities include:

  • Performs general cleaning of chapel, hallways, private/public bathrooms, meeting rooms, drinking fountains, offices, cafeteria, entrances, … etc. on a regular schedule. Cleaning may involve cleaning tasks such as dusting, cleaning fixtures, cleaning windows, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, cleaning sinks and toilets, removing garbage, and other related tasks.
  • Inspects and cleans walls for graffiti and markings as needed.
  • Cleans and prepares suites and rooms for visitors (this includes laundry/washing and drying of linens, bed making)
  • Performs light maintenance as needed, such as replacing light bulbs and cleaning fixtures and switches as needed; replacing air filters on a regular basis.
  • Checks outside buildings and grounds for damage, litter, and/or conditions of general deterioration, occasionally shovels snow from main entrance and near walkways.
  • Assists grounds persons as needed.
  • Performs scheduled monthly, semi-annual, or annual janitorial duties, i.e., floor waxing, , window washing, carpet cleaning, etc., as directed by supervisor in accordance with maintenance schedule.
  • Provides set-up and cleaning of facilities for evening and weekend activities as directed by supervisor as needed.
  • Other duties as necessary to ensure efficient functioning of the seminary
  • Empties trash in priest’s apartments and will occasionally run vacuum, and clean apartment bathrooms.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume, in confidence, to:

Daniel Herbertz
E-mail: dherbertz@archindy.org

Added on June 22, 2021 

 

Youth Minister

St. Barnabas Catholic Church and School, a 1300+ family community on the southside of Indianapolis, IN is seeking a full time pastoral, creative, relationship-driven, and dynamic Youth Minister to serve alongside our youth, parents, and members of the parish.  Not only will this position continue to strengthen existing ministries for middle and high school youth but will also be responsible for teaching 8th grade religion during the school year.  This person will work closely with the Director of Faith Formation and Principal of the school.

The ideal candidate should hold a bachelor’s degree in theology or a related field or have at least 3 years of youth ministry experience.  Applicants must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.  This candidate should also have strong organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills, and should be fluent in the latest technological trends.  The applicant must have the ability to coordinate and work well with volunteers and exhibit good leadership skills.  

Please direct inquiries and/or your cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, by email to Ja-Deen Johnson at jjohnson@stbindy.org by July 6, 2021.

Added on June 16, 2021 

 

Volunteer Coordinator

Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House is seeking a part time Volunteer Coordinator to work with the Director in building and maintaining strong relationships with each volunteer and to support them and work with them in their ability and desire to assist Fatima staff.  Duties will include coordinating volunteer hours with house needs on Sign-Up Genius, recruiting, on-boarding and training new volunteers, conducting on-going training for volunteers, maintaining current volunteer database, working with the leadership of the Volunteer League to coordinate all volunteer events, and offer spiritual enrichment opportunities for the volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinator can expect to work 10-15 hours per week.

Applicants must have excellent relational skills with people of all ages, excellent organizational and communication skills, great attention to detail, very good computer skills, the ability to work a flexible schedule and a heart for ministry and the mission of Fatima Retreat House. 
Benefits include flexible hours, worker’s compensation insurance, 403B participation, and Archdiocese Employee Assistance Plan.  

Persons may send a letter or email of interest to:

Georgene Beiriger, Director
Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House
5353 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN  46226
gbeiriger@archindy.org

or call (317) 545-7681, Ext. 105 for more information

Added on June 10, 2021 

 

Full-time Cook

Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House is seeking a full time Cook to be responsible for collaborating with the Food Services Manager in planning, preparing and serving scheduled meals of high quality and for a pre-determined number of guests.  The Cook will be expected to present Fatima meals and refreshments attractively, on time, and in a spirit of hospitality. The successful candidate must be available for a flexible schedule of about 30 to 40 hours per week, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Days may vary throughout the week, Monday through Sunday, depending on the Retreat House schedule.

Applicants must have institutional foodservice experience, have good time management and communication skills and be attentive to detail.  Supervisory and management experience or skills is a plus.  Must have a heart for ministry and the mission of Fatima Retreat House.

Persons may send a letter or email of interest to:

Georgene Beiriger, Director
Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House
5353 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN  46226
gbeiriger@archindy.org

or call (317) 545-7681, Ext. 105 for more information

Added on June 10, 2021 

 

Part-time Cook

Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House is seeking a part time Cook to be responsible for assisting the Food Services Manager in preparing and serving scheduled meals of high quality and for a pre-determined number of guests.  The Cook will be expected to present Fatima meals and refreshments attractively, on time, and in a spirit of hospitality. The successful candidate must be available for a flexible schedule of about 16 to 32 hours per week. Hours may vary between morning shift (6 am to 2 pm) and afternoon shift (4 pm to 8 pm), Monday through Sunday, depending on the Retreat House schedule and which meal the cook is available to prepare and serve.

Applicants must love to cook, have good time management and communication skills, be attentive to detail, and have a heart for ministry and the mission of Fatima Retreat House.

Persons may send a letter or email of interest to:

Georgene Beiriger, Director
Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House
5353 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN  46226
gbeiriger@archindy.org

or call (317) 545-7681, Ext. 105 for more information

Added on June 10, 2021 

 

Director of Liturgical Music, St. Patrick and St. Margaret Mary Parishes

The Director of Liturgical Music Ministries (DLM) is responsible for the effective preparation, coordination, performance, and leadership of music within the liturgical celebrations at St. Patrick and St. Margaret Mary parishes of Terre Haute, Indiana.  This person of faith is both a pastoral minister who possesses a vision of how a local Church can develop its potential and a professional who holds specialized credentials in music and has a thorough understanding of Roman Catholic liturgy.

The DLM is a full-time, 12 month, exempt position. 

Must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Music (Level 1) and at least three years’ experience as a pastoral musician preferred, along with a strong knowledge in Roman Catholic Liturgy.  Proficiency on keyboard (organ, piano), in voice, choral performance, and some knowledge of guitar and other instruments is a requirement.

Skills, Knowledge, and/or Abilities: Pastoral, Musical, Liturgical, and Organizational Skills as outlined in the Qualifications for the Director of Music Ministries Policy Statement (National Association of Pastoral Musicians, Director of Music Ministries Division)

Interested applicants should send their resumes to:

                Sharon Gick
                Assistant to Fr. Benjamin Syberg
                St. Patrick Parish
                1807 Poplar
                Terre Haute, IN  47803
                (812) 232-8518
               Sharon.gick@saintpat.org
     

Added on June 8, 2021 

 

Director of Religious Education, St. Patrick and St. Margaret Mary Parishes

The Director of Religious Education (DRE) serves the parishes of St. Margaret Mary and St. Patrick, Terre Haute, Indiana by articulating the vision of religious education and addressing the four‑fold task of catechesis: proclaim the message, build-up the community, motivate to serve, and lead to worship and prayer.  The Director of Religious Education is responsible to create, design, maintain, and evaluate all areas of religious education directly or indirectly.

The DRE is a full-time, 12 month, exempt position and will be required to work some weekends, along with occasional travel to Deanery Parishes. 

Must hold a Master’s degree in Theology, Religious Education, Pastoral Ministry, Religious Studies or Education with a major focus in Theology or Religious Studies; or Master's degree in Education, with a minimum of 12 additional graduate hours in Theology, Religious Studies, or Religious Education.  Three years’ experience as a catechist and experience in administering one area of religious education required or a practicum in religious education administration as part of Master’s Program. 

It is also imperative that the Director of Religious Education is an active and practicing Catholic and has the potential talent to be an effective religious educator as evidenced by the Selection Research, Inc., Perceiver Interview for DRE.

Interested applicants should send their resumes to:

                Sharon Gick
                Assistant to Fr. Benjamin Syberg
                St. Patrick Parish
                1807 Poplar
                Terre Haute, IN  47803
                (812) 232-8518
               Sharon.gick@saintpat.org

Added on June 8, 2021

 

Operations and Hospitality Director, St. Joseph Retreat and Conference Center, Tipton, IN

We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Operations and Hospitality Director to facilitate and direct the operations and hospitality services of the St. Joseph Retreat and Conference Center. This 40-acre campus located in Tipton, Indiana opened September 26, 2017.  The Conference Center  has a  260-seat St. Joseph Chapel, two larger conference rooms, four meeting rooms, a library, Carpenter’s Shop, a business center for visitors, and a dining hall seating 160 guests.  The Retreat Center feature 87 rooms with 207 beds.

Ideal candidates will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in hospitality or hotel management.
  • At least 5 years’ experience in the hospitality or retreat center management industry.
  • Strategic planning experience a plus.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office applications.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with all levels of employees and volunteers.
  • Possess respect for and ability to uphold Catholic Church teaching.

Qualified candidates should submit resume to Jlausten@dol-in.org.

Added on June 8, 2021 

 

Maintenance and Grounds Assistant

St. Pius X Catholic Church is accepting applications for the position of full time Maintenance and Grounds Assistant.  This position requires mowing, landscape bed maintenance, appearance of exterior entrances and parking lots, meeting room set-up, changing outdoor sign messages, some custodial work, assistance with maintenance of the buildings in routine repairs, preventative maintenance work, and all other duties assigned.  Schedule may include some evenings and weekends.  Though limited, on call availability is required.

Please submit resumes to:

St. Pius X Parish
Sharon Wagner, Business Manager
7200 Sarto Dr.
Indianapolis, IN  46240

Or email resume to swagner@spxparish.org  

Added on June 7, 2021 

 

Pastoral Associate, St. Monica Parish, Indianapolis

The ministry of the Pastoral Associate is one of assisting the pastor in the implementation of the pastoral vision of the community, so that the baptized realize their call to holiness, community, mission and ministry, and to Christian maturity.

Rooted in an intimate relationship with Jesus and his Church, the Pastoral Associate provides leadership and administration of specific areas of parish life and to ensure that the pastoral and administrative needs of the parish are met.

The Pastoral Associate is a person who has a strong faith, witnesses to the Good News of Jesus Christ, blessed with a deep love of the people, and of the Catholic Church.  They are knowledgeable about church’s teachings and committed to its mission. By their lives, their attitudes and their ministry, they enrich the parish even as they are themselves enriched through the gifts of those with whom they minister or to whom they serve.

St Monica is a dynamic intercultural and multilingual parish with large numbers of English and Spanish speakers and the role of the Pastoral Associate is one of assisting the pastor in the implementation of the pastoral vision of the parish.

  • Building Community - identifying, training and mentoring new leaders
  • Forming Disciples - through RCIA, spiritual, catechetical and organizational formation
  • Coordination and Communication - with the pastor, staff, volunteers and ministries
  • Working with Community Partners – through service outreach to the broader community as well as connecting parishioners with access to outside resources

The complete position description can be found online at www.stmonicaindy.org

Send resume and cover letter to: St Monica PA Search Committee, 6131 Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46228 or email to: jmccaslin@stmonicaindy.org.

The deadline for priority consideration is June 19, 2021.

Added on June 2, 2021

 

Coordinator of Youth and Campus Ministry

Our Church: St. Malachy Catholic Church and School is located in Brownsburg, Indiana.  We have a thriving community of over 2,100 families and 7,000 members.  Our mission can be identified by C.L.O.V.E.R., Confession, Life, Our Lady, Vocations, Eucharist, and Revealed Word.  This simple acronym, through Jesus, is the source for all ministries, activities and events within the church.

The Position: The Coordinator of Youth and Campus Ministry engages the entire parish community to the needs of young people (sixth through twelfth grade), as well as young adults, and enables the sharing of the unique gifts of youth with the parish and the larger community.  In collaboration with the Pastor, the Coordinator is responsible for the facilitation of comprehensive youth ministry in the parish.  Comprehensive youth ministry includes the following eight areas:  advocacy, catechesis, community life, evangelization, justice and service, pastoral care, leadership development, and prayer and worship. Learn more about the church at www.stmalachy.org.  Applicant should be a practicing Catholic in good standing; have knowledge of Catholic doctrine and practices; have experience with Catholic doctrines and practices; and have the ability to work together with the Pastor, pastoral staff, catechists, and volunteer teams.  Candidate should have strong interpersonal, organizational and administrative skills
Requirements: Applicant must have a bachelor's degree in Theology, Religious Education, Pastoral Ministry, Religious Studies or Education with a major focus in Theology or Religious Studies required.

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

John Kiefer
Business Manager
9833 E. County Road 750 N.
Brownsburg, IN 46112
E-mail: jkiefer@stmalachy.org

Added on June 1, 2021

 

Early Adolescent Ministry Coordinator/Campus Youth Minister, Our Lady of Lourdes, Louisville

Our Lady of Lourdes is a vibrant Catholic community in St. Matthews with a school including grades K-8.  This full-time, on campus position will work to develop all aspects of planning, coordinating and leading age appropriate programs for grades 4-8, (including Confirmation) meant to stimulate and encourage enthusiasm for faith development, a relationship with Jesus and practicing our faith through Catholic Social Teachings.  Maintaining relationships and providing programming for High School students will also be an important aspect of this position.

Qualifications: practicing Catholic in good standing; passion for sharing the Catholic faith with children in grades 4-8 and high school; ability to relate to and explain topics of interest of faith; ability to interact with students and their parents; ability to demonstrate organization, enthusiasm and a creative evangelistic approach to ministry.  Spending time on the campus, in church, at events, working with teachers and parish staff and being available on the weekends and nontraditional hours is vital to this role.  A Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Ministry, or related field preferred.

Please email your resume to gregoryd@ourlourdes.org.

Added on May 26, 2021

 

Lead Maintenance Engineer

St. Luke Catholic Church in Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Lead Maintenance Engineer.

The Lead Maintenance Engineer effectively cares for the physical resources of Saint Luke Catholic Church. This position is responsible for overseeing the work of maintenance staff and outside vendors to ensure safe and efficient operations of the facility. This position is also required to perform maintenance duties as needed. These maintenance duties would include ensuring the rooms are set up for various functions, the interior and exterior are clean and free of debris, completion of work orders for various cleaning and repairs, executing snow removal.

A successful person in this role must be able to work well independently, troubleshooting and correcting to issues that need addressed with a high level of service. Inventory maintenance and the ability to schedule work is also required. Interested candidates should be organized and have a professional demeanor.

Position Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • 2 years of general maintenance experience.
  • Previous experience supervising employees preferred
  • Computer skill with standard programs, Microsoft Office and Mac OS X
  • Ability to learn computerized work order and HVAC system
  • Ability to work indoors and outdoors, in various weather conditions
  • Flexibility to work evenings or weekends.

Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes:

  • Comprehensive Health plan
  • Employer contributed HSA for medical plan participants
  • FSA and Dependent Care FSA
  • Dental Insurance
  • Paid Vacation, Sick, and Personal Days
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • 403b

For a full job description, please go to www.stluke.org .

Please send a cover letter and resume, in confidence, to: patrickj@stluke.org or via mail, Maintenance Search Committee, 7575 Holliday Drive East, Indianapolis, IN 46240.

Added on May 26, 2021

 

Principal

St. Maria Goretti Catholic School in Westfield, Indiana, a twice-honored National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, is actively seeking a principal for the 2021-2022 academic school year. St. Maria Goretti offers over 475 students in grades Pre-K through 8th an opportunity to grow daily in mind, body and spirit. The school fosters academic excellence within a nurturing environment reinforced by an outstanding teaching and support staff, caring parents, a compassionate parish community and led by pastor Fr. Brian Dudzinski. Working closely with the pastor and the Office of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana, the principal has chief responsibility for the operation of the school. These duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Lives and models the faith of Jesus Christ, the Master Teacher, in words and actions and can articulate the mission of the school to alumni, parents, faculty, staff and the wider community;
  • Is responsible for building and reinforcing a strong school culture through faith-based leadership;
  • Serves as the primary school representative to parents, the School Commission, the parish, and the community;
  • Is responsible for budgeting and financial management;
  • Oversees the professional development and leadership of the faculty and staff.

More information about St. Maria Goretti Catholic School can be found at http://www.smgonline.org/school.

Criteria: To be considered for this position, the candidate must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with a deeply rooted Catholic identity. He or she must have a commitment to diversity, possess exceptional leadership and interpersonal skills, and exhibit a passion for student achievement and academic excellence. Applicants must possess or be working toward, a valid Indiana administrator's license. Safe and Sacred Training and related background checks are required.

Please submit a letter of interest, resume and contact information for five references to:

Dr. Peg Dispenzieri
Superintendent Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana
pdispenzieri@dol-in.org

Added on May 24, 2021

 

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry. The CYM will provide a vision and coordination for IHM’s efforts in ministry to young people from 7th through 12th grades as well as young adults (18-24). This includes high school and middle school sessions (weekly or bi-weekly gatherings), monthly activities, catechesis and sacramental preparation (confirmation). The CYM will have an enthusiastic heart for sharing the 'Good News' and helping young people grow as disciples of Jesus Christ and his Church. The CYM will create a thriving youth ministry program and assist the parish community in building a solid foundation for spirituality, Christian living, and outreach programs for the youth of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish.

Applicants may send resume to Paula Ryan, pryan@ihmindy.org.

Added on May 17, 2021

 

Director of Music & Liturgy

Both Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Augustine Catholic Churches in Jeffersonville, IN are seeking a Director of Music and Liturgy. This position is responsible for leading both parishes in authentic Catholic worship in collaboration with the pastor, ministry staff, school, and faithful.  The ideal candidate will bring energy to the position with a zeal for working with others and initiative for implementation of new ideas and continuous improvement. The Director of Music and Liturgy supports the vision of the Catholic Church to guide all of the faithful to fully conscious and active participation in liturgical celebrations as one Body of Christ.

Candidates must be a practicing Catholic, have a deep knowledge of Catholic liturgical directives, proficiency as an organist, pianist, and vocalist, great organizational skills, and a heart for ministering to all of God’s faithful at all points of their life with Christ. For the full job description, please visit https://jeffersonvillecatholic.org/news/442-director-of-music-liturgy.

This is a full-time, exempt position, reporting to the pastor. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Augustine Catholic Churches offers a full employee benefits package including health insurance, dental, 403(b), HSA, and a flexible work schedule. The ideal start for this position is the beginning of June or July 2021.

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume along with a short video introducing yourself and vision for music ministry, accompanied with a 5 minute video showcasing keyboarding and vocal skills, a liturgical piece, and a contemporary worship hymn to communications@jeffersonvillecatholic.org.

Added on May 11, 2021

 

Custodian

St. Susanna School located in Plainfield, Indiana is seeking a full-time, highly motivated person to fill a position in the facilities department.  This position will be part of the staff that is responsible for custodial and maintenance work of all parish buildings.  Applicant should have general knowledge of custodial and maintenance duties related to school operations.  Position will report directly to the Facility Manager.  This is an hourly afternoon/evening full-time year-round position.  Selected candidate must complete the Safe & Sacred Training and pass a background check to be eligible for hire.

Interested persons may call Brett Fischer at 317-839-3333, or email bfischer@saintsusanna.com.

Added on May 11, 2021

 

Maintenance Associate

St. Luke Catholic Church is looking for a Maintenance Associate to provide janitorial and light maintenance support. Primary responsibilities include cleaning interior areas including Narthex and bathrooms, room set up, collecting and emptying trash, and maintaining a clean, landscaped exterior. Additional duties include completion of work orders and light repairs, as needed. The successful candidate must have the skills and knowledge to perform, satisfactorily, these responsibilities. This is a Full-Time position, preferred working hours 11am-7pm. Applicant should be available to work weekends.

Interested Candidates may call Jay Snyder at 317-259-4373, X226, or submit a resume and salary requirements to jsnyder@stluke.school.

Added on May 6, 2021

 

President – Saint Joseph Institute for the Deaf, Indianapolis

Saint Joseph Institute for the Deaf is seeking an outward facing President to lead all aspects of SJID, in collaboration with our educational leaders. The President will focus on fundraising, organizational growth, and financial administration.

SJID is committed to listening and spoken language education, spiritual and emotional growth, and personal development of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, without discrimination, reflective of the values and early traditions of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.

We are looking for a strategic leader to bring a fresh perspective and business planning skills to align our teams and take our organization to the next level. The President does not need to be Catholic but must embrace the mission and uphold the Catholic identity of the organization.

As President, he/she will advance local, regional, and national fund development efforts and community engagement in support and advancement of the SJID's mission and fundraising strategic plan. Responsibilities will include overseeing the annual, major, and planned gift cultivation and solicitation, corporate and foundation support, growing fee-for-service opportunities and serving as the principal liaison between community and industry leaders. This individual shall ensure that supporting functions including but not limited to grant writing, gift processing, marketing, public relations and donor programs are executed effectively.

Interested candidates are invited to apply at: https://charitableadvisors.hirecentric.com/jobs/195358.html

For questions, please contact Kathleen Poland, Nonprofit Executive Recruiter at Kathleen@CharitableAdvisors.com.

Added on May 6, 2021

 

Principal, St. Mary School, Big Rapids, MI

Demographics and School Culture: St. Mary Catholic School is a vibrant community rooted in the life-giving love of the Holy Trinity. Our mission, shaped by the vision of the Catholic Faith and nourished by God’s Word and the Sacraments, is to aid parents in their God-given duty and irreplaceable responsibility of being the primary educators of their children. Our academics seek to develop the entirety of the human person through the integration of the student’s mind, heart, and soul according to truth. The student’s social and inter-relational formation is further aided by the opportunity to participate in a number of extracurricular activities, school clubs, and sports.

St. Mary’s is blessed by a dedicated faculty and staff and is a recognized educational leader in the market it serves. Our Robotics program is seen as a regional leader and a unique addition to the school. The school is graciously supported by the Catholic Parish, as well as, the actively engaged parent community.

St. Mary’s is located on the northern edge of Big Rapids, the home of Ferris State University. We serve students from the areas of Big Rapids, Morley, Stanwood, Reed City, Newaygo, and White Cloud. Student enrollment has grown consistently in recent years with a 25% increase in the last three years.

Send Resume to:
Fr. Michael Burt, Pastor
1009 Marion Avenue,
Big Rapids, MI 49307
stmarysearchcommittee@stmaryschoolbr.org

Added on May 3, 2021

 

Assistant Nutrition Program Director

St Monica Catholic School Child Nutrition Programs is seeking an Assistant Nutrition Program Director to help oversee the food service programs. We are seeking a candidate who is self-motivated, creative, experienced with food preparation and school nutrition mandates, and has a heart to serve children. This person must be fully bilingual and have a minimum of 20 hours of post high school education. This position is 30+ hours/week with benefit eligibility.

This position will assist the Nutrition Program Director in performing program duties such as procurement, financial management, record keeping, marketing, food safety & sanitation, nutrition and menu planning, food production, nutrition education, personnel training and management, and other general day to day program management responsibilities. The position will perform administrative and supervisory work helping coordinate all aspects of the nutrition program, including work to provide an environment for improving student health and nutrition.

The Assistant Nutrition Program Director will work under the direction of the Nutrition Program Director.

For more information about the position contact Dianne Metzler at d.metzler@smsindy.org  or 317-919-3853.

Added on April 26, 2021

 

Director of Worship and Music Ministry

Epiphany Catholic Church in Louisville, KY seeks a creative and energetic individual for the position of Director of Worship and Music Ministry. Responsibilities include the planning of liturgical and sacramental celebrations, providing liturgical formation for the community, fostering spiritual wellbeing through prayer and worship experiences, and the direction of the liturgical music program (over 50 ensemble musicians/singers, and a bell choir).

The successful candidate must be a practicing Roman Catholic with specialized training and credentials in Roman Catholic liturgy and music. Competency or fluency in Spanish is a plus. More parish information can be found online at epiphanycatholicchurch.org.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, noting salary requirements, with a resume, references and other relevant documentation to: apply@epiphanycatholicchurch.org or Pastor, Epiphany Catholic Church, 914 Old Harrods Creek Road, Louisville, KY 40223

For best consideration, apply by May 14, 2021.

Added on April 26, 2021

 

Communications & Advancement Director

Holy Family Catholic Parish & School in New Albany, IN is seeking a Communications & Advancement Director to build connections and community through dynamic multimedia messaging. Applicant should possess a desire to spread the Good News of Christ and the Church with parishioners, students, parents, staff, patrons, and the unchurched. The ideal candidate will collaborate closely with school and parish administration to develop marketing strategies and plans that advance Holy Family School & Preschool. Both part-time and full-time candidates will be considered. For the full job description and how to apply, please click here:

https://www.holyfamilynewalbany.org/blog/parish-news/now-hiring-communications-advancement-director

Added on April 20, 2021

 

Assistant Principal for the 2021-2022 school year, Saint James Catholic School, Elizabethtown, KY

Candidates should value and understand the mission and philosophy of Catholic education, demonstrate strong communication, collaboration and leadership skills and hold a valid Kentucky Teaching certificate in leadership or education. Preference will be given to applicants who are Catholic, experienced in school administration, and knowledgeable in supporting teachers and working with students who have identified learning or behavioral needs.

Valid Kentucky Teaching certificate in leadership or education. Masters degree preferred.

Interested candidates can email or mail a cover letter, and completed  EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION to:

Sister Marie Hannah, O.P.
principal@sjschoolonline.org

Added on April 19, 2021

 

Major Gifts/Planned Giving Officer

The Glenmary Home Missioners seeks a proven development professional to secure and raise funds through the management of planned gift programs such as annuities, charitable trusts, bequests, and grants.

College degree preferred. Five years of practical experience in development with a working knowledge of planning giving instruments. Familiarity with fundraising software and windows applications.

The successful candidate must be able to develop an annual plan for identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major gifts and planned gifts. Must be able to maintain and foster relationships with donors to determine the best way to secure major gifts and planned gifts. Coordinate fundraising efforts and the annual Father Bishop Legacy Society event.

Regular frequent travel required outside of normal work location to meet with Glenmary supporters throughout the country.

Submit your resume and cover letter to Michael Schneider, Glenmary Home Missioners, P.O. Box 465618, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 or apply via email at mschneider@glenmary.org .

No phone calls please.

Added on April 14, 2021

 

Principal -- SAINT Agnes School, Louisvile, Ky.

The Saint Agnes Catholic Community is presently conducting a search for a principal for the 2021-2022

school year. The mission of Saint Agnes School is to educate students in a Catholic community, empowering them to lead faith-based lives.

Candidates should be Roman Catholics active within their own parish and strongly committed to the mission of Catholic education. Excellent communication skills and proven administrative abilities are also essential requirements necessary to continue the strong academic program and Catholic tradition of our school.

Saint Agnes School has a current enrollment of 450 students (two classes of each grade Pre-K-8, with soon to be completed renovations of our facility that include new space for our expanding Pre-K program. The new principal will lead a dynamic staff that includes a counselor, resource teachers for elementary and middle school, an admissions coordinator, and special area teachers in Art, Music, PE, Spanish, Information Technology, and Library.

Applicants must have both strong classroom and administrative experience and must meet the Archdiocese of Louisville requirements for principalship. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and Archdiocesan guidelines.

Please send resumes by April 23rd to:

Principal Search Committee c/o Fr. Nelson
Saint Agnes Catholic Community
1920 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205
Or email to: apply@stagneslouisville.org

Added on April 14, 2021

 

Principal, Lehman Catholic High School

The Principal at Lehman Catholic is the chief operating officer of the school and responsible for directing the planning, delivery, assessment, and ongoing improvement of the school program. In this role, the Principal, along with the President, is called to be a minister of grace who proclaims the Gospel message and promotes the school’s purpose, mission, vision, and culture.

Send resume and cover letter to: employment@lehmancatholic.com by no later than Friday, March 26, 2021. Only digital applications accepted.

Added on April 7, 2021

 

Principal

St. Aloysius Catholic Community in Pewee Valley, KY is presently conducting a search for a gifted elementary school principal for the 2021/2022 school year and beyond.

Candidates must be outstanding educators with strong administrative skills to continue a Blue Ribbon  academic program. Candidates must be Roman Catholic, committed to academic and spiritual growth, eligible for Kentucky leadership certification, and expected to meet the Archdiocese of Louisville requirements for principalship. 

St. Aloysius Catholic School is a fully accredited K-8 program with an upward trending enrollment of 355+ students next year. The new principal will lead a strong, collegial faculty, including a full-time counselor, resource teacher and six special area teachers. We value a whole child approach adding social-emotional learning and faith formation to academic talents. 
Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and archdiocesan guidelines.

Send resumes, including references, no later than April 23, 2021 to:

Principal Search Committee
c/o Fr. John Stoltz
212 Mt. Mercy Drive
Pewee Valley, KY  40056

Added on March 31, 2021

 

Part-time Cook

Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House is seeking a part time Cook to be responsible for assisting the Food Services Manager in preparing and serving scheduled meals of high quality and for a pre-determined number of guests.  The Cook will be expected to present Fatima meals and refreshments attractively, on time, and in a spirit of hospitality. The successful candidate must be available for a flexible schedule of about 16 to 32 hours per week. Hours may vary between morning shift (6 am to 2 pm) and afternoon shift (4 pm to 8 pm), Monday through Sunday, depending on the Retreat House schedule and which meal the cook is available to prepare and serve.

Applicants must love to cook, have good time management and communication skills, be attentive to detail, and have a heart for ministry and the mission of Fatima Retreat House.

Persons may send a letter or email of interest to:

Georgene Beiriger, Director
Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House
5353 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN  46226
gbeiriger@archindy.org
or call (317) 545-7681, Ext. 105 for more information

Added on March 30, 2021

 

Videographer, Cathedral High School

Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, an independent Catholic college preparatory high school in the Holy Cross Tradition, is seeking a Videographer. Applications are being reviewed now. 

Job Summary: This position is responsible for capturing and editing videos for Cathedral’s Marketing, Admissions, and Advancement departments, as well as livestreaming designated extracurricular, all-school, and sporting events. This position may also include teaching one or two advanced broadcast classes. This is a full-time, 12-month position. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following (other duties may be assigned):

  • Assist marketing department with recording videos for school events throughout the day
  • Edit videos using Adobe or FinalCut Pro
  • Work closely with the Marketing Director and staff to develop content for Admissions, Advancement, and Academics
  • Generate, edit, publish and share daily content that highlights school environment, activities and events that happen on a daily basis
  • Livestream sports and other extracurricular activities
  • Work with staff and students to conduct interviews and gain insight into curriculum
  • Manage time efficiently and prioritize responsibilities
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Based on student interests, could include teaching one or two advanced broadcasting classes.

Resumes can be emailed to Beth Ernst, Human Resources, at careers@gocathedral.com. The job closes May 1, 2021.

Added on March 18, 2021

 

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry. The CYM will provide a vision and coordination for IHM’s efforts in ministry to young people from 7th through 12th grades as well as young adults (18-24). This includes high school and middle school sessions (weekly or bi-weekly gatherings), monthly activities, catechesis and sacramental preparation (confirmation). The CYM will have an enthusiastic heart for sharing the 'Good News' and helping young people grow as disciples of Jesus Christ and his Church. The CYM will create a thriving youth ministry program and assist the parish community in building a solid foundation for spirituality, Christian living, and outreach programs for the youth of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish.

Applicants may send resume to Paula Ryan, pryan@ihmindy.org.

Added on March 18, 2021

 

Principal

St. Stephen Catholic School in Michigan Announces An Exciting Leadership Position: School Principal.

Job Begins: July 2021.

Enrollment: Approximately 85 students.

Grade Levels: Preschool through 8th grade.

Demographics: Jesus Christ is the heart of St. Stephen School, so we lovingly serve
students of diverse backgrounds and various learning needs, all within a dynamic, Catholic
environment. We strive to nurture the Catholic faith in our students, foster their academic
excellence, and build a community committed to diversity.

School Culture: St. Stephen Catholic School is nestled among the historic neighborhoods
of southeast Grand Rapids and East Grand Rapids, with vibrant cultural offerings only minutes
away. St. Stephen Parish and School have served the community for nearly a century, and we
have come to be known for embracing families of diverse heritage.
Qualifications:

Salary: Competitive within the Catholic school market for a full-time K-8 Principal
Apply to: Fr. Scott Nolan, Pastor. 750 Gladstone Dr SE, East Grand Rapids, MI 49506 schooloffice@ststephenparish.com.

Apply by: Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

Apply with: Please attach a detailed letter of application with a resume. Complete and return the application form located here.

Added on March 18, 2021

 

Director of Catechesis, Diocese of Evansville

The Diocese of Evansville seeks an energetic and inspiring Director of Catechesis.

The Director of the Office of Catechesis is responsible for continuing the mission of Jesus Christ through catechesis and evangelization throughout the diocese.  This includes supporting a vision that encourages parishes to provide quality catechetical programs for all parishioners in keeping with the latest church documents, norms and directives.  

Qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Fully participating and practicing Catholic
  • Advanced degree in theology, religious education or related field
  • Five years of successful experience in Parish Catechetical Ministry and an awareness of diocesan needs and objectives
  • Strong organizational, managerial and interpersonal skills that inspire confidence among Ordained, Religious, Catechetical Leaders, and other diocesan groups.

A complete position description can be found in the Employment Opportunities tab on the diocese’s website  http://www.evdio.org

Those interested should send a cover letter and resume to hr-catechesis@evdio.org. The deadline for priority consideration is March 26, 2021.

Added on March 11, 2021

 

Kitchen Assistant

Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality is looking to hire a dedicated and reliable Kitchen Assistant to assist the Executive Chef with ingredient preparation as well as performing all washing and cleaning duties required by the kitchen.  

To be successful as a Kitchen Assistant, you should exercise exceptional time management and ensure that all duties are completed in a timely manner.  Ultimately, an outstanding Kitchen Assistant should be able to comply with all food health and safety regulations.

Send resumes to retreatdir@mountsaintfrancis.org.

Added on March 1, 2021

 

Salad Prep/Dishwasher

Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality is looking to hire a dedicated and reliable Salad Prep/Dishwasher to work alongside our hardworking Executive Chef with a number of critical tasks including washing dishes, bussing and setting tables, and food preparation.  Other duties as needed by the Executive Chef. 

Workdays are Monday through Sunday as needed.
Days and Hours will vary up to 20 hours a week.
Must be able to lift up to 35lbs.
Must be able to stand for 8 hours a day.

Live by our core values of Respect, Kindness & Compassion, Honesty, and Service Excellence.

Send resumes to retreatdir@mountsaintfrancis.org.

Added on March 1, 2021

 

Administrative Assistant

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, Carmel IN. is looking for a fulltime Administrative Assistant to join the parish staff. As the point of “first contact,” this position is vital to the integrity and professionalism of the Parish Offices. It is critical that this position supports the goal of ensuring efficient operation of the Parish Offices. It is also important that this employee understands and supports the Mission and purpose of the Roman Catholic Church and St. Elizabeth Seton Parish and be able to participate fully in the practice of the Roman Catholic Faith.

Interested Candidates should email resume to:

apply@setoncarmel.org
St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church
10655 Haverstick Road
Carmel IN, 46033

Added on February 13, 2021

 

Director of Mission Advancement

St. Paul Catholic Center, Bloomington is seeking a full time Director of Mission Advancement to lead and manage the direction, planning and execution of major and planned gift fundraising and development activities for the parish, particularly in its role as a Newman Center and campus ministry. The Director of Mission Advancement is responsible for planning and implementing all fundraising strategies executed by the development office. This will include, but is not limited to, annual fund, major gifts, planned giving, capital campaigns, corporate and foundation fundraising, serving as a liaison for all development efforts, and maintaining a sustainable development program. This position manages and oversees the use of fundraising software, analyzes and reports data and participates in the design and execution of our special events. This position supervises the Coordinator of Development and all of their activities.  The Director of Mission Advancement maintains an active donor recognition and stewardship program to assure accountability and extend relationships with high level funders. This position facilitates the identification, cultivation and solicitation of prospects for major and planned gifts.

Applicants must be active, practicing Catholics with a bachelor’s degree in a related field and three to five years of demonstrated development experience. Other requirements include a high level of technical proficiency in utilizing computers and computer software, ability to take initiative and responsibility, work independently and adapt to a changing environment. This position also requires excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. Work schedule will include weekdays, some evenings and weekends. Occasional travel (overnight) and long-distance driving will also be required.

Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume, and list of references to:

Tara Doyon
St. Paul’s Catholic Center
1413 E 17th Street
Bloomington, IN
tdoyon@hoosiercatholic.org

Added on February 4, 2021

 

Bookkeeper

St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Indianapolis, IN, is seeking a well-qualified Bookkeeper.
This is a full-time, non-exempt position of no fewer than 30 and a maximum of 40 hours a week during normal office hours of 8am to 4pm.

Primary Responsibilities include providing bookkeeping services to the parish (church and school) with primary responsibilities including managing accounts payable, limited accounts receivable, balance accounts, ledgers and reconcile bank statements.  Assist the business manager with preparing financial statements and other clerical duties.

Several beneficial skills include: critical thinking skills, ability to handle many details, taking initiative, troubleshooting skills, strong Microsoft Office skills.  Knowledge of ACS Technologies, a plus.

Minimum Qualifications associate’s degree in accounting or a bookkeeping certificate with at least 2 years bookkeeping experience.  Compensation includes salary commensurate with education and experience within the Archdiocesan pay scale, paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave, and optional participation in employer matched 403(b) plan.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume no later than February 19, 2021 to: Molly Ellsworth, Parish Business Manager, St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 4217 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN  46205.  Email to: mellsworth@sjoa.org No phone calls, please.

Added on February 4, 2021

 

Deputy Superintendent of Catholic Identity, Archdiocese of Cincinnati

The Deputy Superintendent of Catholic Identity will be charged with creating a holistic vision and plan to significantly strengthen Catholic identity in 88 elementary and 23 secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. This is a top priority for the Archdiocese. The plan must address Catholic curriculum, non-classroom formation, culture, campus ministry, and Catholic school leadership, faculty and staff formation. The Deputy Superintendent of Catholic Identity must build buy-in and support for the plan among key constituents and provide the tools, training and resources necessary to bring the plan to life. The Deputy Superintendent of Catholic Identity will periodically assess results at the individual school level, making improvement recommendations as necessary and reporting results to the Director of Educational Services & Superintendent of Schools (“Director of Educational Services”).

The Deputy Superintendent of Catholic Identity will report to the Director of Educational Services, manage a staff of three (3) direct reports, and build productive and mutually respectful relationships with all co-workers and Catholic school personnel. He/she must also be a collaborative member of the leadership team of the Catholic Schools Office. The Deputy Superintendent must be a model of professional conduct and always represent the Archdiocese of Cincinnati with honesty and integrity.  

Please apply to: cso@catholicaoc.org   

Added on February 1, 2021

 

Diocese of Evansville, Indiana -- Human Resources Director/Manager

The Catholic Diocese of Evansville, Indiana, which serves a Roman Catholic community of more than 75,800 across 12 counties in southwestern Indiana, seeks candidates for the newly created position of Human Resources Manager/Director. The actual position title will be dependent on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the diocesan benefits plan; develop, maintain and continuously improve the diocese’s comprehensive process for hiring employees; oversee the compensation system for diocesan-agency employees; develop and maintain a performance-evaluation process; and serve as an advisor to pastors and management team members parishes, schools and other diocesan agencies. 

The successful candidate will be a Catholic in good standing, a bachelor’s degree is required (master’s degree preferred) in human-resources management, organizational development, business administration or a related field. At least five years of previous experience in human resources management is required. Designation as a Senior Professional in Human Resources or Professional in Human Resources is preferred. The successful candidate also must complete a full Criminal History Clearance.
 
A complete position announcement is available online at www.evdio.org/employmentopportunities.html.

To apply, send a letter of application, resume and at least four references to: Search Committee, Human Resources, Diocese of Evansville, hr-manager@evdio.org.  No phone calls, please.

Added on January 21, 2021

 

Program Director, Initiative for Parish Renewal/Iniciativa Parroquial de Renovación
Latin@ Leadership Initiative

Working closely with the executive director of the Latin@ Leadership Initiative and vice president of Mission and Ministry, the program director for Initiative for Parish Renewal / Iniciativa Parroquial de Renovación (Renovación) promotes Marian University’s Catholic Franciscan mission and identity by equipping pastoral leadership teams to transform Latin@ serving parishes into thriving missionary communities, together with their congregations, in service to the world through theological education and innovative ministerial practices.

The program director will implement the Initiative for Parish Renewal / Iniciativa Parroquial de Renovación (Renovación) by forming relationships with parish and diocesan partners, teaching modules for the Latin@ Ministry Certificate, creating a dynamic communications plan, and managing the day-to-day activities and budget.  S/he must have demonstrated success in working in the Latino/Hispanic Catholic Church, and the ability to connect with all members of a parish community. S/he should have an entrepreneurial approach to ministry, creativity, and a drive for results. 

The Initiative for Parish Renewal / Iniciativa Parroquial de Renovación (Renovación) is funded through the Lilly Endowment, Inc. Thriving Congregations initiative through 2025.  The program director will work with the Office of Advancement to create a sustainability plan to continue the program beyond that date.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications require a current resume, a cover letter, and names and contact information of three current references.  Only complete applicant packets submitted to hr@marian.edu will be considered.

Marian University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Added on January 13, 2021

 

Full-Time Co-Coordinator of Youth Ministry

The Terre Haute Catholic Community is seeking a full-time Co-Coordinator of Youth Ministry to
work collaboratively with the fellow Co-Coordinator of Youth Ministry to facilitate a Total Youth Ministry program for four city parishes of Terre Haute, Grades 9-12.  This includes, but is not limited to religious education and confirmation programs, retreats and prayer services, service projects, leadership development of students and volunteers, and fundraising.

Applicant should be a practicing Catholic and possess a love for and knowledge of the Catholic faith, as well as a strong commitment to the faith development of young people.  The applicant must have the ability to organize, collaborate with co-coordinator, work well with volunteers, exhibit good leadership skills, creativity and initiative.  Professional work ethic and excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential.  Bachelor’s Degree and Youth Ministry programming experience preferred.   Possession of a Youth Ministry Certificate or the willingness to obtain one is essential.  Some travel, evening and weekend work is required.  This position is currently available and will be open until a qualified candidate is found.

Direct Inquiries/Resumes to: 

Barbara Black
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
2322 N 13 ½ St.
Terre Haute, IN  47804
812-466-1231
barb@shjth.org

Added on January 13, 2021

 

Pastoral Associate, St. Francis Xavier Church, Mount Washington, Kentucky

This is a full-time position in a fast-growing parish.  The PA shares in the responsibility and coordination of the pastoral needs of the parish in a collaborative team approach. Works closely with the Pastor and with volunteers to respond to a broad range of ministry with a caring and compassionate presence. 

The best candidate for this ministry is a BA or MA degree in Pastoral Religious Studies/Theology, practicing Roman Catholic, and 3-5 years of experience in pastoral ministry or relevant field, possesses strong organizational, communication and computer skills.     

Send resume & cover letter to:

fr.dale@sfxmw.com
Rev. Robert Dale Cieslik
St. Francis Xavier Church
155 Stringer Lane
Mount Washington, KY  40047
Deadline is January 31, 2021

Added on January 13, 2021

 

Event and Volunteer Coordinator, Young Adult and College Campus Ministry

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Event and Volunteer Coordinator for the Office of Young Adult and College Campus Ministry (YACCM). The Event and Volunteer Coordinator has an integral role in the day-to-day operations of the ministry, but also will also serve to discern and shape the mission of YACCM alongside the Director and Associate Director. 

Practically, the Event and Volunteer Coordinator will serve the office by running all vital details of major programs and events for the archdiocesan young adult community, alongside volunteers and staff. Specifically, the Event and Volunteer Coordinator will book and work with venues and presenters, build key relationships with local parishes, venues and volunteers, gather and communicate with volunteers, oversee all communications and social media responsibilities, as well as spearhead the launch and formation of a co-chair volunteer team. An ideal candidate would possess strong skills in organization, communications, marketing, event planning and peer mentoring.  

Since its inception in 2008, IndyCatholic and The Office of Young Adult and College Campus Ministry (YACCM) has seen the Lord work in tremendous ways among the 18-39 demographic in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. We are blessed to lead a vibrant, ever-growing community of young adults around Central and Southern Indiana with a mission to seek, find and invite young adults to authentic life in Jesus Christ and to spiritually equip them to become lifelong, missionary disciples. 

Candidates must be professed and practicing Catholics with a love for and understanding of the teachings of the Catholic Church. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in theology or religious education, or hands-on ministry experience is required. Previous paid or volunteer ministerial experience with young adults and/or college students is preferred. 

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

Added on January 7, 2021

 

Part-Time Maintenance Supervisor

St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish is seeking a Part-Time Maintenance Supervisor.  This person is responsible for the effective, efficient and safe maintenance, renovation and upkeep of parish and/or school buildings and grounds.  To maintain the upkeep of the parish and grounds, this person will personally perform or oversee others to perform maintenance and general repairs of the property, including plumbing, carpentry, electrical and landscaping and to ensure the safety of the premises when weather conditions warrant. 

Skill Qualifications:  Must be able to manage and maintain all parish equipment and buildings; work independently; ability to lift, carry and or push up to 50 lbs.; ability to prioritize assignments; ability to supervise volunteers and projects; must successfully complete the Archdiocese required safe and sacred training including background check;  must provide adequate work eligibility/identification.  Prefer at least a high school graduate or its equivalent.  Candidates desired include those who exhibit ability to learn new skills and a common-sense knowledge when dealing with various situations and decision making. Willing to train in additional skills.

Please contact St Gabriel the Archangel Parish Office to complete an application.  Email parish@stgabrielindy.org for questions.  

Added on January 7, 2021

 

Director of Evangelization, Family Life, and Pastoral Ministries

The Diocese of Gary is seeking a Director of Intercultural Ministries to serve the distinct communities within Northwest Indiana. The ideal candidate will have a passion for advocating, supporting and empowering various groups and helping educate others to do the same.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree, graduate degree in relevant discipline preferred such as Pastoral Ministry or Theology
  • Dedication and commitment to pursuing the mission of the Catholic faith
  • Knowledge of cultural identities, spiritualities, and histories of distinct communities within the diocese (e.g., communities of color, the other-abled, Hispanic etc.)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Sensitivity and responsiveness to needs of diverse communities
  • Fluency in Spanish

Job Duties

  • Consultation and Administrative Services on behalf of the Bishop and Various Pastoral Center Departments and Programs
    • Conduct and share research pertaining to ministries/programs serving distinct communities
    • Assist the Bishop in developing, communicating and implementing multicultural vision
    • Develop diocesan initiatives/programs
    • Support Diocese of Gary’s Social Teaching Commission
    • Perform administrative tasks such as writing reports, budgeting, etc.
  • Consultation Services on Behalf of Parishes
    • Assist pastors to recognize, appreciate and address various spiritual, liturgical, and social needs of distinct communities they minister to
    • Share best practices pertaining to intercultural ministries, diversity and inclusion training and link pastors to resources
    • Identify funding and other resources that can underwrite the pursuit of parishes’ intercultural ministries
    • Assist with immigration issues as needed
  • Consultation and Coordination Services on Behalf of Distinct Communities in the Diocese of Gary
    • Research, communicate and advocate best practices pertaining to intercultural ministry to service distinct communities
    • Coordinate with others to plan gatherings/events/liturgical celebrations important to distinct communities
    • Identify training and development opportunities to advance efforts of affinities cohorts
    • Support affinity cohorts by identifying human and funding resources for their work and advocating for the cohorts

If this could be you, please email a resume and salary history to HR@dcgary.org or call (219) 769-9292 extension 224.

Added on September 22, 2020

 

Batesville Deanery Young Adult Ministry Coordinator

The Batesville Deanery Young Adult Ministry Coordinator is charged with coordinating ministry to young adults (ages 18-39) from parishes in the Batesville Deanery.  This position will work collaboratively with priests, parish staff, and young adult leaders to implement a ministry model designed to engage the disengaged, form current leaders, and ultimately reinvigorate parish life through evangelization, discipleship, and small group ministry.

Candidates should be professed and practicing Catholics whose lives are rooted in prayer and who are able to communicate an effective vision of evangelization and discipleship for disengaged or under-formed young adults in the Church. Organizational skills and the ability to plan and coordinate multiple different types of events are essential. Previous pastoral ministry experience with young adults in a parish or campus setting is required. The ideal candidate would have completed training in pastoral ministry and/or received a bachelor’s degree in related field. Usual work hours include evenings and weekends.

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

Added on August 26, 2020

 

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