Greater Cincinnati

Posted 4/29/22

St Michael School is Searching for a Cafeteria Manager.

The manager oversees all aspects of the cafeteria operation, including supervising staff, planning the menu, order supplies and managing the daily preparation and service of lunch to students as well as maintaining student lunch accounts.

Experience preferred but not necessary

Posted:  04/29/2022

Mount Notre Dame seeks to recruit,  develop and retain the most talented faculty and staff from a diverse candidate pool.  Our goal is to build a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills and to reflect the learning community we serve.

Job Title:  Evening Custodian Supervisor (2:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. some overtime hours)

Responsibilities include

  • Daily, Custodial support of entire MND campus
  • Supervise evening custodians (1.5)
  • Summer hours change to day shift (8:30-5:00)

Desired Characteristics:  Positive, energetic, attention to detail, team player, flexible, timely


  • Supervisory experience
  • Ability to work independently
  • Maintains Confidentiality
  • Compliance with Archdiocese of Cincinnati Decree on Child Protection Program

Benefits included (Health Care, High School Tuition Reduction, Dental, Vision….)

Posted 4/28/22

Seton High School, an all-girls Catholic high school sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, seeks a school year based Mental Health and Wellness Clinician.  The school based clinician provides mental health psychotherapy to adolescents, children and families in an outpatient, school-based setting.  The clinician supports the mission of Seton High School in supporting students through crises/mental health challenges with a treatment team approach, and will support the goal of each student working within her Least Restrictive Environment. The candidate should uphold and model a moral code consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church, Sisters of Charity, the mission of Seton High School and Catholic education.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The clinician will be responsible for providing services related to the delivery of mental health care to assigned faculty, staff and students at Seton High School.
  • The clinician will demonstrate strong clinical and assessment skills and is instrumental in furthering the mission of Seton High School.
  • Provides mental health and wellness services and programs that foster prosocial skills and school engagement.
  • Works in partnership with the Academic Advisors, School Social Worker, School nurse and Administrators to identify the mental health needs of students.
  • Creates individualized treatment plans according to student needs and circumstances.
  • Meets with student caseload regularly to provide counseling, treatment and adjust treatment plans as necessary.
  • Conducts ongoing assessments of student progress in coordination with Seton administration, staff and family.
  • Provide counseling activities including but not limited to: enhancing coping skills, providing family functioning interventions, promoting communication and social interaction, school accountability and improved attendance; parenting education, substance abuse education and/or treatment, mental health counseling,
  • Develop staff in-service training programs in consultation with the Director of Student Support Services, Program Coordinator and School Social Worker.
  • Provide transparent and proactive communication to the Director of Student Support Services and Principal/Assistant Principal.
  • Participate in special education assessment meetings as well as Individual Educational  Planning Meetings and consulting for the Intervention Assistance Team as needed.

License and Experience

  • Completion of an accredited program with certification and licensure as a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)
  • At least two years of full-time experience working with students in need of mental health services.

Seton High School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, marital status, or disability (if otherwise qualified); or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law; nor shall Seton High School suffer such discrimination by its agents in the conduct of its affairs.

Posted 4/28/22

Gate of Heaven Cemetery is seeking a full-time Cemetery Worker/Operator to perform responsible semi-skilled work in the repair, maintenance, and care of its grounds, landscape and related structures.

Duties of this position may include:

  1. Running a backhoe and coordinating the grave crew. Must have experience in digging graves.
  2. Prepares gravesites for interments and assists in loading/unloading caskets.
  3. Repairs graves that have settled.
  4. Install markers, crypt, and niche plaques.
  5. Removes flowers and related items from cemetery grounds as directed.
  6. Works safely and complies with the Cemetery’s operating procedures, including proper use of protective equipment.
  7. Effectively works with others to accomplish tasks.
  8. Shows respect and sensitivity toward visiting families while working in a physically demanding environment.
  9. Additional tasks as assigned.



  1. A high school diploma or the equivalent is required.
  2. Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License with an acceptable driving history.
  3. Cemetery work experience is a plus.
  4. Must be able to operate light duty, motorized equipment.
  5. Must be able to perform manual labor for extended periods, often under unfavorable weather conditions.
  6. Must be able to work as a team member.
  7. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with fellow employees and visiting families.


Additional Requirements:

  1. Must be able to pass a background check/drug test.
  2. Must be able to stay compliant with the Archdiocesan administered protection policy.
  3. Periodic overtime and/or routine weekend work may be required.
  4. Must have a valid driver’s license, required insurance coverage, and use of one’s personal automobile for local travel (mileage reimbursed).


Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks, drug tests, and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati protection policy requirements.


Benefits Offered:

  1. Paid time off
  2. Health Insurance
  3. Dental Insurance
  4. Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs/Other types of insurance
  5. Retirement benefits or accounts
  6. Employee discounts
  7. Parental Leave
  8. Education Assistance or Tuition Reimbursement


Posted 4/26/2022




The primary duties of the Outreach Coordinator consist of presenting the Center’s chastity education program in local Catholic schools, as well as expanding our community reach by developing chastity education resources for local parents and parishes. The Outreach Coordinator will also be tasked with developing “in-house” chastity education resources to be utilized with clients. When present at the Center, the Outreach Coordinator will also be responsible for speaking with clients on the topic of chastity/self-respect/positive lifestyle choices when requested by volunteers or staff.


General Duties:


Present chastity education program to local schools in the community:

·         Have a detailed understanding and be able to teach/further develop all curricula including:

o   5th-8th Grade – “The Body Matters” program

o   High School – “The Body Matters” program

o   Parent Night – “How to Talk to

·         Provide insight and new ideas for the program

·         Continue to update the manuals, power point presentations, activities, handouts, and statistics as needed


Organize school presentation logistics and outlines:

·         Contact school representatives to request information (assembly times, number of students etc.)

·         Compile information into logistics form for each school

·         Create presentation outlines detailing the order of activities for each day of presentations

·         Maintain record of logistics and outlines for the Pregnancy Center


Develop chastity education resources for community members:

·         Build relationships with local parishes, parents of local students, etc and assess needs and desires in regards to            chastity education

·         Create and maintain resources and/or events for said community members


Develop chastity education resources for use with clients at the center:

·         Research PCW client demographics and create relevant resources for inspiring more positive lifestyle choices

·         Effectively and lovingly communicate with clients in person, in regard to their own life choices, with the goal of                empowering them to make healthier decisions in regards to their relationships and sexuality


Assist with other duties of Pregnancy Center West as needed:

·         Attend Pregnancy Center West fundraisers

·         Assist with fundraisers as available during the summer (mailings, promotional materials, etc)

·         Provide status reports to Executive Director as requested

·         Attend board meetings as requested to report on progress

·         Assist with other client services as needed




·         Dynamic speaker/presenter

·         Professional with strong written and verbal communication skills

·         Highly organized

·         Self-motivated

·         Pro-life and committed to the Catholic Church’s teachings on human sexuality

·         Bachelor’s degree preferred




Posted:  04/22/2022

Catholic Bearcat, the dynamic and rapidly growing campus ministry at the University of Cincinnati, is looking for a lay campus minister to join the team! The campus minister collaborates with the priest chaplains to coordinate, organize, and run evangelization efforts for the students at the University of Cincinnati, providing primarily administrative and hospitality support.


The campus minister collaborates with the priest chaplains to coordinate, organize, and run evangelization efforts for the students at the University of Cincinnati, providing primarily administrative and hospitality support.


  • Collaborate with the team to accomplish the vision and mission of Catholic Bearcat
  • Planning, organization, and day-of event preparation for weekly Catholic Bearcat Night and other ad hoc events
  • Coordinates marketing and digital outreach for Catholic Bearcat through social media and other forms of communication
  • Manages the campus ministry calendar
  • Develops and implements strategies for evangelization
  • Develops, organizes, and provides formation for a core team of student leaders
  • Helps to coordinate with FOCUS and SPO apostolates
  • Create and coordinate service opportunities and retreats
  • Attend all staff and campus ministry team meetings
  • Build and maintains an annual budget for Campus Ministry programming
  • Work as the main contact with the University and maintain a steady relationship with the administration, managing the status as a student organization with the student president
  • Serve as a member of the University Interfaith Coalition


  • Excellent knowledge of the Catholic faith and an ability to witness to and teach the Catholic faith well
  • Strong leadership skills and ability to take initiative, while being able to work well as a member of a team and take direction
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal, organizational, planning, and problem solving skills
  • Outstanding ability to plan and run hospitality for events large and small
  • Knowledge of and experience in digital design, marketing, and social media


  • A fully initiated Catholic who is an active disciple of Jesus Christ with a deep life of prayer and regularly receiving the Sacraments, living in full communion with the Catholic Church
  • A disciple who has a heart to bring college students to conversion
  • Bachelor’s degree in Catholic Theology required (Master’s degree preferred)
  • At least 5 years experience in Catholic college campus ministry
  • Experience planning and leading retreats, small groups, and giving talks
  • Must complete and maintain compliance with all Archdiocese of Cincinnati Safe Environment policies and practices

Flexibility is necessary to respond to the different responsibilities that the position requires. This position requires work to be performed outside of normal office hours, as needed.

Employees of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will have knowledge of the Catholic faith, a willingness to work for a Catholic, faith-based agency and adhere to the policies of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. 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.