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Posted 1/31/22

St. Meinrad’s Seminary and School of Theology is seeking a Communications Associate.

The Communications Associate is responsible for writing and researching a variety of projects for the
Communications department of the Development Office and Office of Hispanic and Latino Ministry. The ideal
person would have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, or related fields along
with at least 1 year of experience. Bilingual is a plus.

We offer competitive wages, low-cost/low deductible health care, life and disability insurance, paid holidays and
paid time off, a retirement plan, 5-star wellness program, free lunches and a unique sense of purpose that is hard to find.

 

Posted: 1/31/22

St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology is seeking an Administrator for Hispanic and Latino Ministry.

The Administrator will lead the office for Hispanic & Latino Ministry, oversee implementation of the project vision, serve as
the public face of the office, work with other school constituents and outside ministry partners to coordinate efforts and to
prioritize tasks to fulfill the project goals.

The ideal candidate would have a Bachelor’s degree preferably in theology, have at least 2 years experience, bilingual, and be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.

We offer competitive wages, low-cost/low deductible health care, life and disability insurance, paid holidays and
paid time off, a retirement plan, 5-star wellness program, free lunches and a unique sense of purpose that is hard to find.

Posted: 1/31/22

St Meinrad Seminary & School of Theology is seeking an Administrator of Young Adult Initiative.

The Administrator is responsible for overseeing all activities and functions of the program which aims to serve people 23-29 years old through this parish-based program. This role will be the liaison with various groups, prepare annual reports, and schedule/facilitate trainings, oversee web content & function, and supervise co-workers in the program.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree preferably in theology, must be willing to travel, and be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the church. 2-4 years’ experience in parish/campus youth/young adult ministry preferred.

We offer competitive wages, low-cost/low deductible health care, life and disability insurance, paid holidays and
paid time off, a retirement plan, 5-star wellness program, free lunches and a unique sense of purpose that is hard to find.

Posted: 1/26/22

Saint Noel Parish, a vibrant Catholic church in the Diocese of Cleveland with about 1,500 active households, is seeking a full time Director of Music Ministry.

Founded in 1980, the parish has enjoyed a long tradition of quality music and liturgy. Weekend liturgies are celebrated on Saturday (Vigil) at 5:00 PM, and on Sunday, at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. Instruments in use are a Steinway & Sons Model B piano and Allen digital organ.

MINISTERIAL ROLE:   

This is a full-time position. The individual would be a member of the pastoral staff, expected to be present for staff meetings (about twice a month), as well as foster a presence with availability to the wider parish community. Accessibility is expected for wedding and funeral celebrations, assisting couples and families with planning. This position demands a flexible team player with good organizational skills and an ability to minister well with diverse personalities.

EDUCATION:              

Bachelor’s Degree (minimum). Demonstrable keyboard and vocal skills are required. Previous experience in music and pastoral ministry is preferred. Excellent knowledge of Catholic liturgy, and a willingness to further one’s education and learning is appreciated.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide music, plan, rehearse, and prepare cantors, instrumentalists, and choirs for liturgies (including national holidays, e., Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, etc.).
  • Knowledge of computer music programs and desktop publishing with an ability to prepare/edit worship aids is helpful (i.e., Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, and/or Adobe In- Design, ).
  • Maintain music and liturgy library, audio equipment, and other
  • Have knowledge of current music copyright
  • Submit and maintain the music ministry
  • Occasionally provide and lead music for faith formation programs, PSR, Vacation Bible School,
  • Contact, secure, and prepare music for various instrumentalists and musicians throughout the liturgical
  • Plan, organize, promote, and coordinate concerts of various groups, i.e., Apollo’s Fire, CityMusic Cleveland Chamber Orchestra, Quire Cleveland, ).
  • Must be VIRTUS® Certified (in advance, or upon hire).

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, which serves a Roman Catholic community of more than 9,700 in Carmel, IN, seeks candidates for our position of Director of Sacred Music to serve seniors in our area.

The successful candidate should be an energetic, collaborative individual with experience in liturgical music within a parish setting to direct the liturgical music ministries of the parish. The person will be responsible for the preparation, coordination, performance, and organization of Music and music ministers/choirs. The director must be collaborative and knowledgeable of the Roman Catholic Liturgy.

The Director of Sacred Music is responsible for planning/directing a comprehensive parish music program which includes several choir/musician groups, musicians, and cantors performing at various liturgies including funerals, and weddings. This person also serves as the parish music resource person in the areas of religious education, social ministry and evangelization. The successful candidate will have comprehensive knowledge of Catholic music and liturgy; Be a Catholic in good standing: Leadership, communication, planning and organizing skills and responsiveness to facilitating the worship life of the parish are required

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, which serves a Roman Catholic community of more than 9,700 in Carmel, IN, seeks candidates for our position of Director of Pastoral Care to serve seniors in our area.

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing support, programs, and resources to meet the needs of the community and extending the resources of the parish –from middle-aged to seniors, or struggling with physical or mental-emotional health, grieving, or otherwise in need of support. By providing practical assistance and spiritual guidance for life’s transitions and crises.

The responsibilities of the Director will cover many functions relating to spiritual health, social activities, counseling and education: providing spiritual support services and outreach programs. The successful candidate will be a Catholic in good standing, have a Bachelor’s degree, prefer BSW, MSW, Pastoral Ministry, or Theology degree.