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St. Malachy Catholic Church & School, Brownsburg, IN, is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Youth and Campus Ministry. 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.

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. A bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Education, Pastoral Ministry, Religious Studies or Education with a major focus in Theology or Religious Studies is required.

St. Malachy Catholic Church and School is 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. Learn more about the church at www.stmalachy.org.

 

Posted:  05/10/2021

St. Stephen/St. Mary Cemeteries has an immediate opening for a full-time cemetery worker to perform semi-skilled work in the repair, maintenance and care of its grounds and related structures, and landscaping. The job requires working with machinery and equipment with considerable caution; frequently lifting and standing. The position is full-time, 40 hours/week. Qualified candidates must have a high school diploma or equivalent, be able to lift 50 pounds, have a valid Ohio driver’s license with and acceptable driving history and be willing to work outside in an uncomfortable environment and successfully complete a background check. Full benefit package including health, dental, and vison care, 401(k) plan, vacation, and paid holidays.

Posted:  05/04/2021

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati District Council (SVDP) has been providing innovative and practical basic needs assistance and systemic change advocacy for Cincinnati residents in need for 150 years. The organization works personally with those in need, regardless of race or creed, to bridge the gaps in their lives through home visits provided by neighborhood-based volunteer groups (Vincentians in Conferences); groundbreaking Outreach Center initiatives like the Charitable Pharmacy and Homelessness Prevention program; a network of 12 food pantries; and seven thrift stores across Cincinnati.

Scope of Position: The Ozanam Center Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of programming for the Ozanam Center for Service Learning and overseeing the works and development of Youth Conferences.  The Program Coordinator is a full-time, Tuesday through Saturday position.  Work weeks will vary seasonally and will include night/weekend work.

Job Responsibilities:

Service Learning Center:

  1. Facilitate and support Ozanam Center retreats, workshops and trainings, leading effective group discussions and engaging communal reflections
  2. Assist in developing curriculum addressing current social justice issues, integrating Catholic Social Teaching and Vincentian spirituality
  3. Ensure that all supplies, activities, and community partners necessary for retreats, workshops and trainings are secured
  4. Maintain organization of all Ozanam Center files, electronic and hard-copy
  5. Communicate with primary point of contact for all retreat and workshop groups to share pertinent information and secure all necessary paperwork and financials
  6. Oversee timely follow-up communication with Ozanam Center participants
  7. Support volunteer base to assist with all Ozanam Center retreats, simulations, and workshops

Youth and Young Adult Conferences:

  1. Support existing school-based St. Vincent de Paul Conferences through regular communication and providing resources to sustain their continuation
  2. Collaborate with local universities and high schools to foster the growth of new local school-based conferences
  3. Mentor students partnering with the Ozanam Center and St. Vincent de Paul for capstone and other school-related service learning projects
  4. Develop and support a high school service club

Qualifications:  Minimum of a bachelor’s degree and three years’ relevant experience.  Depth of knowledge of issues of poverty, justice and Catholic Social Teaching; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; an aptitude for communicating orally and in writing; self-motivated; comfort with discussing spiritual life and praying with retreatants; and the ability to effectively relate to people of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds are necessary.

Work Environment: Works both within an office and out of the office – outside in the neighborhood and at local community partner sites. Office Environment – adequately lighted, heated and ventilated.  External – walking around West End and adjacent neighborhoods, as well as visiting various community partner sites; environments vary. Evening and weekend hours required, including flexibility in work hours, as retreat schedules necessitate.

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Posted:  05/03/2021

The Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford is seeking a post-college graduate interested in 1-2 year paid internship working as a member of the Youth Ministry team.  Interns live in community on the grounds of the Center in the recently renovated historic Rock House. The internship’s primary focus is youth retreat ministry. Interns develop a variety of skills including planning, preparation, facilitating and evaluating retreats; facilitating small and large groups that includes faith sharing and personal witness; developing public speaking and multi-media presentation skills; working in music ministry and gaining practical business experiences. Additionally,  they learn the inner workings of a small non-profit organization.

Posted:  04/30/2021

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology is looking for a maintenance person who will be responsible for the  repair and maintenance the building and grounds in and around the Seminary.  This includes painting and wall repair, plumbing, light electrical, carpentry, general HVAC, grounds maintenance including mowing grass, planting and removing trees, bushes and flowers.  Will assist in the set up for events and meetings.  During the winter months, snow removal will be required. Must have basic mechanical, electrical,  plumbing and carpentry skills and have good interpersonal communication skills. Welding, braising and soldering ability is a plus.  Must be able to lift 40 pounds.  This is a full time position with benefits.  Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 3:30pm.

Posted:  04/29/2021

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology (MTSM) forms men and women to follow Christ faithfully and serve His mission by fulfilling their vocations in the Church.

Mount St. Mary’s School of Theology is seeking a full-time Director of Recruitment and Admissions who will report to the Academic Dean in consultation with the Dean of the School of Theology.

Duties

  • Direct all recruiting and admissions efforts conducted for MTSM’s School of Theology.
  • Work with the Marketing and Communications Specialist to develop content, marketing materials, and outreach plans for all School of Theology certificate and degree programs.
  • Utilize the customer relationship management (CRM) aspects of the admissions database, including maintaining relationships with all prospects, inquiries, and applicants.
  • Develop and strengthen relationships with diocesan offices in the surrounding region, parishes, local nonprofits, and other key constituencies to drive recruitment.
  • Develop, implement, and assess strategies to improve retention and graduation rates across all School of Theology programs.
  • Track and report on retention by degree program.
  • Track individual student persistence and advocate for their continuing progress.

Necessary Skills & Experience 

  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in marketing, communications, admissions, enrollment, or allied fields.
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in business, education, communications, or social sciences, etc.
  • Excellent written, verbal, and electronic communication skills.
  • Strong technical facility with computer software, including databases and Microsoft Office.
  • Commitment to supporting the mission of MTSM.