Greater Cincinnati

Posted:  01/21/2022

Executive Summary

Reporting to the VP of Advancement, the Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the database. This position provides support to the Advancement Team and the Business Operations team by assisting with the creation of timely and accurate reports; developing and implementing policies to guide gift acceptance; developing and implementing policies for data entry, and ensuring that the database effectively captures constituent and donor information and generates accurate financial and analytical reports.

Selected Duties

  • Plan and implement the consistent, accurate and timely processing and accounting of gifts
  • Establish and maintain policies and procedures that ensure the integrity of all donor data in the Raiser’s Edge software system and other data support systems for constituents and donors
  • Add new alumni and perform biographical data updates for existing alumni
  • Research lost alumni and investigate new alumni information based on returned mailings, email refusals, phone disconnections and other data sources
  • Make all updates from students to alumni status, add new parents and students to the database annually
  • Provide support for Advancement officers and respond to donor inquiries
  • Provide accurate reporting and regular reconciliation with the Business Operations team
  • Establish and maintain donor acknowledgement services for timely reporting on gifts
  • Develop constituent mailing lists for regular mailings (direct mail, Annual Report, Moeller Magazine, etc.)
  • Oversees the creation of the donor honor roll for the Annual Report
  • Other duties as assigned by the VP for Advancement


Extensive Blackbaud and/or Raiser’s Edge experience strongly preferred. Accounting experience a plus. Prior experience in institutional advancement and/or a school setting preferred. Bachelor’s degree preferred. In addition, the Coordinator should: be a team player with strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and possess strong problem solving skills; possess strong IT and  data entry skills; prefer working in a fast-paced environment; have the ability to organize and prioritize projects and workflow; and a desire to support the Mission of Moeller High School.

Compensation, Benefits and Hiring

Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Benefits include: healthcare, dental, vision, free lunch during the school year, grad school tuition reimbursement, Moeller tuition discount for dependent students, paid vacation, personal days, holidays and holy days, and 401K with employer contribution. The position is full-time and year-round with some flexibility in the summer, and some ability to work remotely.

Employment offers are contingent upon applicant being able to pass an FBI background check and be Safe Parish certified through the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Safe Environment program. All employees of Archbishop Moeller High School will have knowledge of, or openness to learn about the Catholic faith, and a willingness to work for a Catholic agency and adhere to the policies of the School and Archdiocese of Cincinnati. An equal opportunity employer.

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Jesus called His mother Ima, the Aramaic word for Mother

Mater Filius Queen City, a Catholic apostolic ministry serves the Archdioceses of Cincinnati, in ministering to women experiencing pregnancy who have no means of support. We offer transitional housing and welcome every expectant mother irrespective of their religious beliefs, socio-economic status, or ethnicity.

Our mission, supported and blessed by Archbishop Schnurr, is to safeguard the life of the unborn child and defend the dignity of the child’s mother, regardless of how the child was conceived. Our vision is to help expectant mothers learn about good parenting through our parenting workshops and through the education, caring and support of our volunteers of whom are mothers.

  • We are looking for an Ima, a practicing Catholic woman in good standing with the Church. This is a full time, live-in position. Hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday; Saturdays and Sundays 8 am to 12 noon with one weekend off per month. A perfect opportunity for a widow or a single parent, we offer competitive compensation including room and board.
  • Requirements: Parenting experience; Valid driver’s license; Strong organizational skills; Ability to offer unconditional love and empathy while teaching by word and example with integrity, honesty, and charity.




Posted:  01/13/2022

St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati is hiring for the new, full-time position of Catino Women’s Self Sufficiency Program Manager.  This program was designed with the goal of accompanying and empowering women who face barriers to sustainable employment and stability through mentorship, education and training, and material support.  Learn more at

St. Francis Xavier Church is looking for a passionate, full-time Catholic communications professional to serve as the new Marketing & Communications Specialist and work closely with the pastor, office manager, parish staff, and volunteers to create digital and print communications that keep our parish community connected and thriving.

The Communications Specialist will work with the Pastor to build communications plans for St. Xavier Church, giving input on what to communicate, what new or existing channels to prioritize, and bring new ideas and constructive criticism to the table.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Develop and manage content on social media, website, weekly newsletter, and bulletins to ensure an accurate, creative, and consistent tone, look, and delivery.
  • Coordinate with the office manager, parish staff, and ministries to engage various church groups and publicize events.


Posted:  01/11/2022

The Formation and Service Learning Director is responsible for advancing St. Vincent de Paul’s mission through the development and facilitation of formation and training content and events for Vincentians, staff, retreatants, and volunteers as well as offering strategic oversight of the Service Learning program, made up of the Ozanam Center for Service Learning and the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati programs.  The Formation and Service Learning Director values and models Vincentian spirituality, friendship and service and acts as a spiritual animator for the District Council.


Conferences Formation:

    1. Work closely with the Senior Director of Services and the Director of Conferences to define the annual formation and training offerings for the Cincinnati District Council, supporting the needs of Vincentians as identified by Conference assessments, the Upward Together Strategic Plan, and the foundational documents of the Society
    2. Plan, promote and deliver formation and training events, including the Ozanam Orientation, retreats, spiritual celebrations, and liturgies for the Cincinnati District Council
    3. Assist the Conferences Manager in the planning and execution of other Cincinnati District Council events (e.g., Fellowship Mass & Reception, District Meetings)
    4. Evaluate each formation and training event, working toward continual improvement in the events themselves and in the schedule overall
    5. Lead the Cincinnati District Council Formation Committee, including identifying new Committee members and managing quarterly Committee meetings
    6. Identify potential new presenters and formators and participate in their formation and training
    7. Support and advocate for growth in Vincentian spirituality throughout the District to include creating spiritual content for Council communications
    8. Provide any necessary formation and training to support Conference Spiritual Advisors
    9. Maintain Cincinnati District Council formation and training records and report results as requested
    10. Maintain and make available a library of support materials to enrich Vincentian experience
    11. Attend Conference meetings as needed in order to reinforce Vincentian spirituality and values
    12. Prepare prayers, reflections and retreats for Society Board meetings as requested
    13. Collaborate and support the formation and training needs of the Hamilton and St. Martin Districts as time permit

Service Learning:

  1. Supervise Service Learning staff; including coordinating and developing a cohesive team, planning for and coordinating hiring processes, conducting evaluations and developing plans to develop employees’ skills
  2. Develop and oversee strategic planning for Service Learning Department programs
  3. Serve as an active participant on the Service Learning Advisory Committee
  4. In collaboration with the Service Learning Program Manager, prepare and manage budget for programs within the Service Learning Department
  5. Assist in developing and facilitating retreats and workshops as needed, ensuring that retreat programing meets the needs of the community, including involving and supporting Conference Vincentians
  6. Develop and oversee strategic planning and outcomes measures for the VVC program
  7. Collaborate with the Service Learning Program Manager to oversee marketing, promotion and recruitment for the VVC program
  8. Ensure the VVC program is in compliance with AmeriCorps and Catholic Volunteer Network rules and regulations
  9. Other duties as assigned


A minimum of a bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience are required. A degree in Pastoral Ministry, Theology, Religious Education or related field of study is preferred.  Vincentian experience is preferred, as is experience leading faith formation and/or retreats for youth and young adults. While SVDP Cincinnati values a diverse workforce, this position’s uniquely Catholic nature requires that the ideal candidate be an observant Roman Catholic with a commitment to the beliefs and culture of the Catholic faith. The ideal candidate for this position has a history of successful program implementation and development; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; experience with leading and supervising staff; an ability to communicate well orally and in writing; and the ability to effectively relate to people of different cultural and economic backgrounds. Familiarity with adult learning processes, as well as solid computer skill proficiency including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint) are essential.  This position requires schedule flexibility to support weekend and evening activities. A current valid driver’s license and the ability to travel offsite are required; applicants must be Safe Environment certified or achieve this certification prior to start date.

Posted 12/15/2021

The Catholic Schools Office of the Pastoral Center of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is seeking a Pastoral Planning Support Specialist.

The Pastoral Planning Support Specialist provides support and direction to the Families of Parishes within the Archdiocese that contain one or more Catholic school(s).  The primary focus for this position is working to best incorporate Catholic education into the Pastoral Plan of each Parish Family. The Pastoral Planning Support Specialist role is project-based and is approved through 6/30/23 at which time it will be reevaluated as the pastoral planning process work continues in Families of Parishes. The Pastoral Planning Support Specialist works in fidelity with the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the Archdiocese and the Catholic Schools Office.

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Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and SafeParish training.