Posted:  09/14/2021

The Diocese of Covington’s Catholic Charities ministry is seeking to hire a Manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of its Parish Kitchen community outreach program. This position is full time, generally 5 days M-F from 7:00 am-2:00 pm. The Manager coordinates and manages on-site activities of the Parish Kitchen, including the deployment, coordination, and supervision of all staff and volunteers, and also oversees day-to-day activities in a way consistent with its mission, values, and personnel policies. The Manager is an advocate for those served, providing hospitality and offering assistance in collaboration with other social service ministries. Candidates should be practicing Roman Catholics with a strong background in social services and/or ministry. Core requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a human service or related field, and experience in food service operations and management.

Posted:  08/24/2021

Advancement Associate/Part-Time: Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology seeks a detail-oriented administrative associate to support the Advancement Office.  The Associate works closely with the Database Manager to acknowledge donations and with other staff on department projects as needed. The Advancement Associate assists with events.  The position reports to the Vice President for Development and Relations.

Excellent communication and organizational skills, as well as proficiency in and comfort with technology are required.  Duties will include: entering donor and alumni data, running reports, producing letters, assisting with events, and special projects as needed.

Posted:  08/24/2021

Job Summary:
The associate director for the Department of Social Concerns provides leadership and advocacy for the Conference’s activities related to social concerns issues. The position includes convening the diocesan directors of social action (social concerns) and social services (Catholic Charities). The associate director implements statewide responses to the Catholic Church’s social teaching. This is done primarily by monitoring, evaluating, and proposing responses to legislative and public policy issues, particularly on the state level, that impact the social needs of persons and the statewide community. Currently, the associate director also works with the executive director in convening directors of public policy of Catholic health systems with hospitals in Ohio. Administratively, the associate director reports to the executive director of the Conference. Departmentally, the associate director coordinates with the chair, vice-chair, and members of the department of social concerns in serving the total needs of the department.

Essential Responsibilities:
• Develops, coordinates, and implements the programs and objectives of the department; proposes plans and programs for advancing the department’s needs and interests.
• Staffs department meetings. Such staffing extends to convening, as necessary, other diocesan directors addressing social concerns issues such as pro-life, minority concerns, immigration, prison ministry, rural life, and care for creation.
• Serves as a registered lobbyist with the State of Ohio and represents the Conference and the department within the Ohio General Assembly, in close coordination with the executive director
• Develops and implements a timely and effective communication network among department members, and the Conference at-large, regarding legislative and social justice information. This includes coordination of a legislative network.
• Reviews and monitors federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations which affect or relate to Catholic social justice teachings and diocesan social concerns agencies and/or programs.

Job Qualifications:
• Understanding of the Catholic Church and commitment to its teachings; willingness to contribute to the mission of the Catholic Conference as an interdiocesan agency serving the Catholic dioceses in Ohio
• Strong understanding of and commitment to Catholic social teaching
• Ability to function as a registered lobbyist in the State of Ohio and to advocate on behalf of the Church before the General Assembly and agencies of state government
• Ability and willingness to work both independently and collaboratively and to interact with individuals and groups
• Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
• Strong skills in oral and written communication and understanding of social media as a communications tool

Bachelor’s degree is required with educational background in the social sciences (political science, social work, public administration, or economics) and/or theology is preferred. A master’s degree in the social sciences or theology is desired.

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Posted:  08/18/2021

Pregnancy Center West seeks a full-time Executive Director. The Executive Director (ED) leads day-to-day activities at Pregnancy Center West (PCW). The ED manages employees and maintains relationships with clients, community members, donors, the PCW board and key stakeholders. General responsibilities include assessing community and client needs and collaborating with staff and board to determine the best path to meet those needs. The ED has overall responsibility for the financial health and stability of PCW, working with staff and board to plan and execute fundraising events and cultivating current and new major donors.


  • Collaborates with the Board of Directors in overall governance of organization
  • Supports organization’s mission through program/ services development and delivery
  • Fosters growth and stability of the organization, including fundraising, public relations, and marketing
  • Responsible for the administration and management of the organization’s resources
  • Demonstrates strong servant leadership by supporting and promoting harmony and a ministry of restoration/reconciliation modeled after Christ’s example. Also leads by serving clients and volunteers lovingly and effectively, therefore supporting and promoting PCW’s pro-life mission
  • Performs special projects or tasks as assigned by the Board.


The Executive Director should possess the following key qualifications and skills in the execution of all assigned duties as outlined in the Job Description:

  1. Be ardently pro-life and passionate about the mission and ministry of Pregnancy Center West. Be honest. Operate with integrity.  Maintain confidentiality in the management of donor and client records/data. Be flexible, collaborative and cooperative in working with other staff, volunteers, donors and supporters.
  2. Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in business or nonprofit administration, or related field. Master’s degree in related field preferred.
  3. Problem solving and program development ability/skills to develop/evaluate programs and administer/manage operations and staff of the organization and resolve problems.
  4. Excellent interpersonal skills, oral and written communication skills to communicate effectively with multiple audiences/constituencies (Board, staff, volunteers, clients, donors, other organizations, government leaders, media) using a variety of formats.
  5. Self-starter with good judgment, integrity, and excellent administration skills.
  6. Willingness and ability to carry out the mission of Pregnancy Center West and serve clients and other PCW’s constituencies (including other staff, donors, vendors, etc.) in a way that honors Jesus Christ and supports and promotes PCW’s life-affirming ministry.
  7. Willingness and ability to share the gospel of Jesus Christ by word and example, to encourage clients, staff, and other PCW constituencies to contribute to an office environment conducive to supporting a ministry of life.

Salary is $55K+, depending upon experience and skills. For a comprehensive job description, please contact Bill Schinkal at [email protected].

Posted:  08/11/2021

Job Scope

The Ultrasound Technician is responsible for furthering our mission to provide education on positive alternatives to abortion by performing limited OB ultrasound scans on our abortion-vulnerable, abortion-minded, and abortion-determined clients.

General Duties

  • Performs limited (non-medical grade) ultrasound scans on scheduled or walk-in clients to:
    • Confirm intra-uterine pregnancy
    • Estimate gestational age
    • Confirm fetal cardiac activity
  • Seeks to prepare appropriately for ultrasound appointments by collaborating with client advocates and learning about the clients’ situation
  • Explains the ultrasound procedure in simple terms to clients, and answer any medical questions pertaining to the procedure that they may have
  • Presents images and preliminary findings to clients, as well as to the signing physician via eKYROS (client database)
  • Offers pro-life encouragement when deemed appropriate within the ultrasound room, rooted in medical knowledge and Christian truth
  • Maintains ultrasound equipment and supplies; cleans the ultrasound room and orders supplies as needed
  • Makes appropriate follow-up phone calls to clients related to the ultrasound procedure
  • Maintains client records and medical notes related to the ultrasound procedure in the eKYROS database and clients’ paper file
  • Utilizes basic computer skills with interfacing of Mindray US machine with eKYROS
  • Interact with Client Services Director to facilitate the daily schedule and communicate insights and concerns that impact client counseling
  • Provide feedback to Executive Director and Client Services Director for additional volunteer training opportunities.Works closely with Executive Director to maintain and create best policies and procedures in regards to the ultrasound services
  • Assists other staff members and volunteers as needed

Training specific to the use of PCW’s ultrasound machine will be provided, if needed.

Posted:  07/30/2021

The Cemetery Escort serves as the face of the cemetery for committal services while escorting funeral processions from the Gate of Heaven Cemetery’s front gate to the appropriate location where the committal service is to occur and be available to the families, clergy and funeral directors for questions.


The Cemetery Escort is a part-time position that is compensated as a piece rate employee (paid per funeral procession escorted). Most processions occur Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00am and 2:00pm and Saturday between the hours of 10:00am and 12:30pm. Limited exceptions apply.

Candidate must have a warm personality and physical ability to traverse the cemetery grounds in all types of weather. Candidate must be capable of reading a cemetery map and ability to adapt quickly to changing situations. Candidate will be required to wear business attire, communicate with the office and grounds teams using an ear piece/radio, be willing to use their personal automobile for escorting the funeral processions onsite, possess a valid driver’s license and maintain appropriate coverage on automobile insurance policy. Cemetery Escorts are notified of work assignments at least 24-48 hours in advance.

Candidate accepts the responsibility of knowing and safeguarding the values and ethics of the mission of the Catholic Cemetery. Employees will have knowledge of the Catholic faith, a willingness to work for a Catholic, faith-based agency and adhere to the policies. Employees will not publicly oppose the teachings of the Catholic faith nor publicly advocate for any position in conflict with Catholic teaching, or the specific positions of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati or the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. This requirement includes any public speech, demonstration or writing, including the use of social media or other digital technologies.


  1. Lead and park procession at gravesite/chapel.
  2. Coordinate with military personnel (if applicable).
  3. Be available to the family, clergy, and/or funeral director for questions.
  4. Collect any paperwork, including burial permits and checks from funeral directors.
  5. Remain at the gravesite/chapel until the completion of the committal service and family has departed.