Primary Function: The Director of Adult Ministry is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation adult retreats included but not limited to men and women conference retreats, Personally Directed Retreats and 30-day retreats.  

Responsibilities include the following:

  1. Develop a yearly comprehensive adult retreat program in collaboration with the Ministry Team
  2. Develop and maintain yearly retreat calendar
  3. Secure retreat masters, spiritual directors, and sacramental ministers for adult retreats
  4. Coordinate set up, breakdown of adult retreats
  5. Serve as liturgist and coordinate musician for adult retreats
  6. Be available for spiritual conversation/direction
  7. Consult, communicate, collaborate, and train retreat captains.
  8. Be present during the adult retreats
  9. Consult, communicate, collaborate, and review marketing materials with Marketing Director
  10. Cultivate relationships with key constituents, e.g., pastors, retreat masters, captains,
  11. Responsible for retreat evaluations and implement appropriate changes
  12. Develop and maintain department budget
  13. Participate in ministry & staff meetings
  14. Develop short-term and long-term goals
  15. Perform other related duties as assigned by Executive Director


  1. Practicing Catholic
  2. Understanding of Ignatian Spirituality, Spiritual Direction, and the Society of Jesus
  3. Knowledge and understanding of adult pedagogy
  4. Experience in retreat ministry
  5. Pastoral skills in working with others
  6. Effective writing and communication skills
  7. Good organization skills
  8. Effective public speaking
  9. Collaborative management style
  10. Ability to work with diverse populations
  11. Ability to practice flexibility
  12. Maintains confidentiality
  13. Knowledge and understanding of non-profit, zero balanced budget
  14. Bachelor’s degree in related field
  15. Self-motivated and ability to work with others

Scope of Position: The VVC Program Manager is responsible for advancing St. Vincent de Paul’s mission through administration of the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati (VVC) program, a program for young adults ages 21-30 who live in community, engage in formation related to the Vincentian tradition, and dedicate a year (August through July) of service to neighbors in need at St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati. The manager collaborates effectively with internal and external partners and stakeholders, to include staff, alumni, and Vincentians.

The VVC Program Manager is responsible for oversight of the program, including recruitment, administration, marketing, providing support and data collection for grants, communication and collaboration with VVC placement supervisors and professional mentors, and creation and presentation of formation content.  The Program Manager cultivates existing relationships and works to build new relationships in order to recruit VVCs and to create a circle of support for the VVC program. Work hours will vary seasonally and will include occasional night/weekend work.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree; three years of progressively responsible roles in service learning, human services, nonprofit leadership, volunteer coordination or related field of faith and social justice. Previous experience in a faith-based, residential service program preferred. Strong organizational, management and interpersonal skills; the ability to effectively relate to people of different cultural and economic backgrounds in person and in group settings; and a desire and proven ability to lead a dynamic and cooperative team.  A personal commitment to and identification with the spirituality and teachings of the Catholic Church and an openness to fostering the spirituality of St. Vincent de Paul is essential.

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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 Director of Evangelization and Adult Faith Formation will be responsible for the design, maintenance, and evaluation of the areas of adult religious formation and education, with a primary focus on evangelization.  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. A master’s degree is preferred but not required.  Applicant should have two years’ experience in ministry.


The Messenger, the Diocese of Covington’s official weekly newspaper published 44 times per year, seeks a full time Staff Writer. Candidates must be practicing Roman Catholics in good standing with the Church. The position requires a broad range of abilities, including excellent writing, proofreading, and organizational skills; basic photography skills; a commitment to confidentiality and teamwork; a passion for completing diverse projects accurately, thoroughly, and reliably; and adaptability to interactions with colleagues, other Diocesan employees, and interviewees. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and imaginative, with a readiness to explore multimedia platforms. In addition to regular office hours, evening and weekend assignments occur regularly and are considered part of the job. Anticipated start date: immediate.

Parish Kitchen Weekend Staff

The Diocese of Covington’s Parish Kitchen is accepting applications for qualified candidates to help run and serve at Parish Kitchen on the weekends, as part of a two person team.  Depending on your availability, you could be scheduled as little as once a month, or up to 4 or 5 times per month on Saturdays and/or Sundays. Saturday and Sunday hours for Weekend staff are between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., as scheduled. Serving hours are from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Reporting to the Parish Kitchen Manager, the weekend staff oversee all aspects of this operation from opening to closing, including food preparation, dining room setup, offering hospitality and creating a welcoming environment, maintaining order in the dining room and respecting all guests, and clean up. Prior experience in ministry, social work, and/or food is helpful.


Clinical Director of Counseling Programs

The Diocese of Covington’s Catholic Charities ministry is seeking to hire a full-time Clinical Director for our faith-based counseling programs. Fifty percent of the Clinical Director’s responsibilities involves the administrative and clinical supervision of our counseling programs, and supervising our mental health, pregnancy, and adoption programs. Duties include staff coaching, training, accountability and evaluation, programmatic quality, and quantity assurance measures. The remaining fifty percent of the Clinical Director’s responsibilities involves providing direct service outpatient counseling.

Candidate requirements include:

  • actively practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church;
  • a Master’s degree in Social Work (preferred) or Counseling;
  • a minimum of five years’ clinical counseling experience;
  • three years of management or supervisory experience;
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker certification (preferred), or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with supervision designation or supervisor certification eligible;
  • previous experience with diverse populations, which may include children, adults, couples, families, those with mental illness and substance use disorders, life transitions, all income levels, and various cultural backgrounds.
  • experience with DSM 5;
  • an ability to perform all the duties of an independent therapist, and to work either independently or collaboratively;

Salary and benefits are competitive.