Posted 1/31/2023

The Sonographer, working under the supervision of the Medical Director, serves as a medical imaging professional providing clinically relevant information to assist with the care of our pregnant clients. The Sonographer’s primary responsibility is to perform limited obstetrical medical sonography services in accordance with center policies and procedures and applicable professional standards. The sonographer also assists with standard center activities including client counseling, support programs, and client follow-up.

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Posted:  01/18/2023

If you can answer “yes!” to these questions, then we have an opportunity for you. We have an immediate need for a Vocation Ministry Coordinator. In this position, you will present the Sisters of the Precious Blood to age-appropriate groups, to women ages 18-45, and extend an invitation to some of these women to discern their vocation to consecrated religious life, in particular as a Sister of the Precious Blood.

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Posted:  01/10/2023

The University of Dayton Campus Ministry seeks to welcome a Campus Minister for Neighborhood and Retreats to our dynamic ministry team. Pursue your vocation in ministry with one of the largest ministry teams in Catholic higher education while creatively developing and implementing opportunities for spiritual growth, evangelization, outreach and pastoral accompaniment. Inspired by our Catholic Marianist charism, the ideal candidate will exhibit a spirit of hospitality and be a catalyst who invites young adults into faith communities that are both gathered and sent in discipleship. Ideal candidates will also invite students to transformative relationships with God and one another as they pursue their vocations. We welcome candidates with varying levels of experience provided you meet minimum qualifications and display skills necessary to succeed in this ministry.

Ministry is primarily among upper division students who live in the student neighborhood on campus. Develops and coordinates student leadership for retreats, creates community-building and faith development activities and resources, and fosters faith-based student leadership development among a diverse student body. Supervises student workers, responds to students in crisis and provides ongoing pastoral care for students.

This is a full-time, 10-month exempt position with full benefits including healthcare, employee and dependent tuition remission, schedule flexibility to accommodate some late night/weekend ministry, professional development, matching retirement contributions, and more. The minister in this role does NOT live in campus housing. Apply at: https://employment.udayton.edu/en-us/job/500581/campus-minister-for-neighborhood-ministry-and-retreats. Deadline to submit is January 18, when application review will begin.

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Posted:  01/05/2022

Under the direction of the Rector, Cathedral of St. John, the Director of Music provides music for the celebration of the Church’s Rites. In addition, this role serves to coordinate all music for Diocesan celebrations, accomplishes administrative responsibilities related to liturgy and music for the Office of Worship, and provides consultation to Diocesan parishes regarding liturgical music. The anticipated time allocation for this full-time role is approximately seventy percent dedicated to the Cathedral and 30 percent dedicated to Office of Worship.

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Posted 12/27/2022

The Catholic Conference of Ohio, the official representative of the Catholic Church in matters of
public policy, is seeking an Associate Director for Communications and Outreach to join a
dedicated team working to address issues affecting the Church and the common good.

In collaboration with the Executive Director and other staff, the Associate Director will manage
the Conference’s social media, website, and advocacy and outreach strategies designed to
increase engagement with and awareness of state-level legislative priorities. These priorities
include respect life, education, families, social and economic justice, religious liberty, and care
for the environment. The Associate Director must be a model of professional conduct and always
represent the Catholic Conference and the Catholic Bishops of Ohio with honesty and integrity.

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Posted:  12/21/2022

he Family Life Office Associate Director, along with the Office Director promotes family ministry throughout the Diocese by providing resources in the areas of marriage preparation and enrichment, seeking ways to promote the well-being of all families, and by reaching out to the various apostolic services in the Dioceses that focus on families.

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