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Catholic Relief Services seeks Volunteer Manager, Southeast (SE) Region

 Job Title: Volunteer Manager, Southeast (SE) Region

Internal Title: Advisor I

Job Location: SE Region/Telecommuting

Job Type: Full-Time

Reports To: Field Director, SE Region

Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. CRS works to save, protect, and transform lives in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS' relief and development work is accomplished through programs of emergency response, HIV, health, agriculture, education, microfinance and peacebuilding.

Background

The Mission & Mobilization Division is seeking to build a movement of millions of engaged constituencies across the United States in support of the CRS mission and 2030 strategy. Animated by our Catholic faith's call to action to alleviate suffering and work to create a more just world for the world's poorest, most marginalized and vulnerable people, CRS is seeking to build a movement of millions of people in the United States and around the world to increase the Church's impact and influence in combatting global poverty, violence and injustice. Our new Movement Building strategy is the outward expression of missionary discipleship--calling forth leaders who have encountered Christ in the face of the poor, becoming prophetic advocates for justice and the common good. Guided by our Catholic faith, we are committed to building a movement of passionate individuals across the United States who will take action to advance CRS and our vision of integral human development for all.

As part of the SE field team that is identifying, recruiting, retaining and engaging volunteers through our chapter infrastructure, the field team is essential to mobilizing CRS supporters for advocacy and fundraising. The SE filed team covers field organizing, training, volunteer management and events in the following U.S. states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and U.S. Virgin Islands.

Job Summary

The SE Volunteer Manager is a non-supervisory, independent contributor role collaborating closely with the regional staff organizers/trainers, and event support staff. Under the leadership of the Field Director and the Sr. Adviser for Volunteer Management, the Volunteer Manager ensures that volunteer chapter members in the SE region are provided appropriate direction, ongoing support and guidance, and consulted as needed. The Volunteer Manager is essential to the care and support of volunteers, ensuring that information is provided as necessary, problems and questions addressed, and needs identified. The Volunteer Manager serves as an essential role in retaining volunteers and moving them up the engagement pathway, ultimately contributing to the Mission & Mobilization strategy of building and expanding a robust chapter infrastructure with a mobilized constituency in support of CRS issue-based campaigns with a primary focus on advocacy and fundraising. The Field Director and Sr. Adviser together have explicit joint responsibility for the field organizer/trainer's performance planning and reviews

Roles and Key Responsibilities

  • Works collaboratively with the chapter leaders and organizers to match volunteers with opportunities within chapters that suit the volunteers' skill sets and serves the CRS strategy
  • Ensures that volunteers feel comfortable with their duties and fully understand their responsibilities.
  • Serves as the main point of contact for volunteers and maintains regular communications with volunteers
  • Plans acknowledgement and thank you events for volunteers in close coordination with the event support staff in close coordination with the Sr. Adviser for Volunteer Management
  • Assists with new volunteer recruitment through communications with existing volunteers
  • Works closely with other Field Volunteer Managers to assess campaign content and action materials and provide feedback for improvement and adjustments to HQ staff.
  • Collects and provides feedback from volunteers to Campaign Action and Content team as it relates to overall volunteer communications materials, training modules and general campaign materials and actions
  • Manage the dissemination of volunteer communications materials, including welcome packets, FAQs, and other resources provided by Campaign Content/Action Team

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required. Degree in social justice, social work/advocacy, non-profit management, business, pastoral ministry, or related fields.
  • Three (3) years' work experience managing volunteers.
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) required
    • In-depth knowledge of Catholic social teaching and its practical application, contemporary Catholic Church issues and trends; knowledge of the structure of the Catholic Church in the U.S. and demonstrated ability to work within its culture
    • Demonstrated ability to work with clergy, religious and lay leadership within the Catholic Church, as well as leadership in other Catholic institutions, organizations and agencies
    • Ability to travel in the US and overseas, required
      • Ability to handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment
      • Superior interpersonal, communications, and organizational skills
      • Demonstrated creativity and innovation
      • Strong project management skills
      • Flexibility with work hours as needed

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrated relationship management skills
    • Knowledge of international issues, particularly related to the developing world

Agency-wide Competencies

These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

  • Integrity
  • Continuous Improvement & Innovation
  • Builds Relationships
  • Develops Talent
  • Strategic Mindset
  • Accountability & Stewardship

Supervisory Responsibilities

None.

Work Conditions/Environment Conditions: CRS field office in SE region and/or telecommuting opportunities available.

What we offer

CRS offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance, vision, generous retirement savings plan and the opportunity to work in a collaborative, mission-driven culture that is committed to improving the lives of the poor throughout the world.

***Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. We welcome as a part of our staff people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need. CRS' processes and policies reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

(if applicable) NOTE: All interested applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. at the time of application.

Disclaimer: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.

CRS' talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

EOE/M/F/D/V - CRS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

Program Manager – Family Pastoral Care & Support

Organization: Archdiocese of Saint Louis

Full Time

Office/Agency Introduction:

Would you like to work for one of the Top Workplaces in St. Louis for the fourth year in a row? The Archdiocese of St. Louis invests in its employees and provides an environment with a focus on work/life balance and encourages its employees to be good stewards of the Church. We also offer a generous benefits package. We are a non-profit organization which encompasses 180 parishes, 110 schools, over 90 offices/agencies and a Catholic population of more than 500,000.

Position Summary:

We have a full-time opportunity fora Program Manager. This role is responsible for planning and coordinating programs and events that serve, educate, and pastorally care for families. This person collaborates with parishes, apostolates and agencies in their mission to share the person of Jesus Christ, the Gospel message and the Catholic faith with the people, Catholic or not, of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Gather content and articles for the monthly Disciple’s Dispatch Family Life e-newsletter (10,000 subscriptions) & quarterly Never Alone Divorce/Separated e-newsletters including collaborating on topics, and writing, editing and proofing.
  • Oversee and Organize the Annual Jubilee Anniversary Mass including collaboration with the Office of Worship, publication, and liturgical support.
  • Work with the Marriage Ministry Coordinator on the roll out of the Post Cana Program
  • Handle the Social Media for the Office of Marriage & Family Life (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
  • Work with Catholic Men for Christ & Catholic Women for Christ Committees & parish reps to promote and roll out small faith sharing groups & following up attendees getting involved in ministries at the parish.
  • Work with staff on the planning of the Men & Women’s Conferences by handling the scope that is not handled by the Event Planner including event material, and day of the event support.
  • Manage the Grief Ministry including training and development of Grief Support Facilitators.
  • Manage the Divorce/Separated Ministry including training and development of Divorce Support Facilitators.
  • In collaboration with Sr. Marysia, CYA, and the Director of Life, Family, &Social Responsibility develop pastoral care for families that have been affected by family members experiencing same sex attraction.
  • In collaboration with the Catholic Education Office and Young Adult Office to roll out the “Leading & Loving” Program through Family Honor to help parents learn how to speak to their children about chastity and other virtues through the lens of TOB.
  • In collaboration with Office of Worship to implement a more intentional and consistent means of preparing parents and God parents for Baptism, because this is an opportunity for accompaniment and missionary discipleship.
  • In collaboration with Sr. Marysia and Catholic Education develop support programs to educate and alert parents about the dangers of social media and electronic communications for children and how that is impacting the family.
  • Manage the Catholic Grandparent’s Ministry throughout the Archdiocese.
  • In collaboration with Catholic Charities, St. Vincent de Paul, and Young Adult Office to roll out a Father Mentorship program.
  • Work with and collaborate with the apostolates that serve the family located in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. For instance, Spiritual Motherhood for Priests, Virtue Media Works, St. Vincent de Paul, Catholic Grandparents Association, etc.
  • Working as a team to coordinate and programmatically support the Respect Life Program Manager.

Knowledge & Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a strong background theology, pastoral studies, or related field, or its equivalent is required.
  • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and experience with social media.
  • Spanish language skills are a bonus, but not required.
  • Must be a practicing Catholic who is knowledgeable regarding the Church’s teaching on Life issues.

Skills & Attitudes Required for Success in Job:

  • Focused passion and zeal for the ministries of marriage and family.
  • Ability to prioritize and work both independently and with others on a team.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and face-to-face with a natural talent to meet and welcome people.
  • Ability to present and engage with others up to medium size (50-100 people) groups.
  • Flexibility in both thought and action and the ability to redirect priorities when necessary.
  • Spirit of open and collaborative communication.

Contact Details:

Qualified candidates may submit their resume and cover letter including salary requirements to Human Resources at humanresources@archstl.org.

Director of Respect Life, Family and Social Responsibility

Organization: Archdiocese of Saint Louis

Full Time

Office/Agency Introduction:

Would you like to work for one of the Top Workplaces in St. Louis for the fourth year in a row? The Archdiocese of St. Louis invests in its employees and provides an environment with a focus on work/life balance and encourages its employees to be good stewards of the Church. We also offer a generous benefits package. We are a non-profit organization whichen compasses 180 parishes, 110 schools, over 90 offices/agencies and a Catholic population of more than 500,000.

Position Summary:

We have a full-time opportunity fora Director of the Office Respect Life, Family and Social Responsibility. This role supports the mission of the Archdiocese of St. Louis and the mission of the Department of Evangelization and Parish Ministry Support in fulfilling the four-fold mission – to educate,to advocate, and to provide pastoral and spiritual programs that protect and respect the family and all human life from conception to natural death. The Director collaborates with parishes,apostolates and agencies in their mission to share the person of Jesus Christ,the Gospel message and the Catholic faith with the people within the Archdiocese of St. Louis. This person is responsible for setting the direction and leading the staff of the Office of the Respect Life, Family and Social Responsibility group which includes a Respect Life Program Manager, a Family Life Program Manager, Marriage Ministry Coordinator, Marriage Prep Hospitality Facilitator, Social Responsibility Program Manager, along with administrative support staff.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Attend team meetings of the Office of Evangelization and Parish Ministry Support.
  • Under the guidance of the communications group serves as one of the spokespersons on identified issues within the scope of the Respect Life, Marriage and Family and Social Responsibility/Justice areas.
  • Donor relationship management and new donor development.
  • Supervise, train and evaluate the staff of the Office of Life, Family and Social Responsibility.
  • Establish strategic direction and assist the staff in writing and completing the goals related to each job description in support of that direction.
  • Support and approve all of the programs, events, workshops, conventions and conferences of the Office of Respect Life, Marriage and Family and Social Responsibility group. Including budgetary approval, program development, management and oversight.
  • Management of volunteer and coordinator networks. Including recognition programs for volunteers.
  • Build collaborative relationships with staff, priests, pastors, and other curia offices and agencies.
  • Some evening and weekend work required for, workshops, conferences, speaking engagements, community and parish meetings, etc. Teach classes and lead workshop as necessary.
  • Support and approve the various newsletters and publications. Through staff and personally manage/oversee social media promotion for the office.
  • Through the Marriage Ministry Coordinator, manage the Archdiocese of St. Louis marriage preparation program, and to identify, develop and implement a new Post Cana Ministry for the parishes. Through the Family Life Program Manager manage current family support programs and to identify supplemental ministries to serve families including those with children who are experiencing gender dysphoria and/or same sex attraction.
  • Through the Respect Life Program Manager, manage current programs and to grow and develop community formation and education on Life issues, including outreach and support programs such as Project Rachael and Project Joseph.
  • Through the Social Responsibility Program Manager in collaboration with the Peace & Justice Commission, Catholic Charities and the Office of Catholic Education and Formation to develop content and programming focusing on formational and educational efforts surrounding Catholic social teaching and social justice issues.

Knowledge & Experience Requirements:

  • Must be an active practicing Catholic who is knowledgeable regarding the Church’s teaching on Life issues.
  • Thorough understanding of the teachings of the Catholic Church especially as it relates to Life issues, issues impacting families and Catholic Social Teaching
  • Bachelor (Master degree highly preferred) in the areas of Catholic Theology, Catholic Social Teaching or pastoral ministry.
  • 3-5 years of ministerial experience (program growth, development, maintenance) in one or more areas of Family Life, Pro-life and Social Justice.
  • 3-5 years of experience in volunteer recruiting, development.
  • Experience in Donor relationship management and new donor development.
  • 5+ years of experience in leading a team; in ministry and in working as part of a team.
  • Bi-lingual fluency a plus but not a necessity.
  • Experience in Social Media Promotion (i.e.: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.).
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Programs.

Skills & Attitudes Required for Success in Job:

  • Focused passion and zeal for the ministries of the group.
  • Ability to prioritize and work both independently and with others on a team.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and face-to-face with a natural talent to meet and welcome people.
  • Ability to present and engage large groups.
  • Flexibility in both thought and action and the ability to redirect priorities when necessary.
  • Spirit of open and collaborative communication.

Relationships Requirements:

  • Collaborative relationships with the Executive Director of the Office of Evangelization and Parish Ministry Support and the staff, priests, deacons, other agencies, apostolates, and people of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
  • Collaborates as needed with the Missouri Catholic Conference, the U. S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Pro-Life Secretariat, as well as with other groups in the Respect Life, Family Life and Peace and Social Justice areas.
  • In collaboration with the Communications Offices develops a working relationship with the media.

Contact Details:

Qualified candidates may submit their resume and cover letter including salary requirements to Human Resources at humanresources@archstl.org.

Manager of Multimedia Engagement

Organization: Archdiocese of Saint Louis
Full Time

Office/Agency Introduction:

Would you like to work for one of the Top Workplaces in St. Louis for the fourth year in a row? The Archdiocese of St. Louis invests in its employees and provides an environment with a focus on work/life balance and encourages its employees to be good stewards of the Church. We also offer a generous benefits package. We are a non-profit organization which encompasses 180 parishes, 110 schools, over 90 offices/agencies and a Catholic population of more than 500,000.

Position Summary:

The Manager of Multimedia Engagement is responsible for executing and managing the external & digital communications strategies for the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Reporting to the Executive Director of Strategic Communications and Planning, the manager exemplifies professionalism and a high proficiency in external messaging best practices including crisis communications and reputation management, support as a spokesperson, written external releases, development and management of the archdiocesan social media channels, production support of all photo and video materials.

Collaborating with the Internal Communications Manager and Director of Publications, the Manager of Multimedia Engagement produces and disseminates clear, cohesive messaging that promotes,enhances, and protects the Church’s mission. The ability to foster positive relationships on every level throughout and beyond the Archdiocese of St. Louis is essential.

Principal Responsibilities:

Many functions will be executed in conjunction with the Executive Director of Strategic Communications and Planning, the Internal Communications Manager, and Director of Publications to foster a team environment with the primary goal of elevating the archbishop’s vision and pastoral priorities in accordance with the Catholic Church’s teachings on missionary discipleship and social communications.

Media Relations:

  • Coordinate requests from both Catholic and non-Catholic external media outlets/vendors (print, radio, tv, film, social media, etc.).
  • Assist with drafting statements, organizing media opportunities, and scouting opportunities to pitch stories coming out of various offices, agencies, and parishes of the archdiocese to the secular media.
  • Serve as a spokesperson for the archdiocese when called upon, articulating prepared messaging and acting in the best interests of the Catholic Church, the Archdiocese of St. Louis and the Archbishop of St. Louis.
  • Lead communications engagements, effective campaigns, work with the executive director on the communications advisory board, and help manage event presentation of the annual Archbishop Robert J. Carlson Excellence in Communication award.
  • Foster relationships with media as a point of contact for the archdiocese.

External/Digital Communications:

  • Engage with parishes, religious orders, and other recognized Catholic entities in their communications efforts.
  • Monitor and guide social media posts and responses to support messaging and manage the archdiocese’s reputation.
  • Work with the Internal Communications Manager to ensure internal circulation of announcements before external release, identify internal messaging that should be shared externally and regulate and enforce the archdiocesan brand standards throughout the Curia offices and agencies, parishes, and schools.
  • Promote archdiocesan-wide events and/or initiatives by preparing creative and informative content to be shared externally.
  • Oversee e-mail marketing efforts for all archdiocesan entities to centralize branding, messaging, and content.
  • Manage brand standards from a marketing perspective, ensuring uniformity while encouraging creative design.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in media, public relations, communications, or related field.
  • Practicing Catholic.
  • 5-7 years of relevant work experience.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Management skills in high-profile communications, strategic planning, and creative solutions.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues, outside partners, and internal partners across the archdiocese.
  • An excellent grasp of Catholic teaching, theology, history, and public policy positions.
  • A passion for integrating social media within a broad content strategy to address the specialized needs in the Catholic Church’s efforts to reach the people. Ability to work cross-functionally understanding all the stories we have to tell and systematically, thoughtfully and creatively weave these stories into the right platforms in a cadence that makes the most sense.
  • Solid knowledge of SEO, keyword research and Google Analytics. Experience measuring and making recommendations using performance measurement tools and metrics.
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented with excellent project management skills.
  • Graphic design and/or video production experience a plus.

Contact Details:

Qualified candidates may submit their resume and cover letter including salary requirements to Human Resources at humanresources@archstl.org.

Diocese of Joliet seeking Director of the Office for Hispanic and Ethnic Ministries

The Director of the Office for Hispanic and Ethnic Ministries promotes greater involvement of Hispanic Catholics in the Diocese of Joliet at all levels and encourages diocesan and parish leaders to welcome and invite the full participation of Hispanics within the local Church.  He or she is to provide a diocesan connection for the needs and expressions of the various ethnicities within the diocese, and provide advocacy and support to diocesan offices in serving the needs of Hispanic and ethnic communities.

A Master’s in Theology or Pastoral Ministry is required and a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in Hispanic Ministry or a related field.  Must have good organizational and administrative skills and knowledge of the cultures of the ethnic communities in the diocese.  Must have excellent written and oral communication skills in both Spanish and English, and a willingness to be involved in activities which further Hispanic and all ethnic interests.  This is a ministerial position and must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.

This is a full-time exempt position, with benefits, that will require attending frequent weekend and evening activities and meetings.  The normal work schedule is 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Friday.

Applicants meeting the necessary qualifications may submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: humanresources@dioceseofjoliet.org

To view a full job description, visit: www.dioceseofjoliet.org/hr/listjobs.php

Archdiocese of Washington seeking Associate Director of the Office for Family Life

The mission of the Office for Family Life is to serve the Archbishop and the needs of the priests and parishioners in building, strengthening, and supporting a culture of marriage and family life for evangelization in the Archdiocese of Washington.   The Associate Director will be responsible for collaborating with the Director of the Office for Family Life in developing initiatives and strategies to help parishes evangelize and catechize families as domestic churches.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach train-the-trainer sessions in content and methodology for leader couples involved in marriage preparation and coordinate all parochial marriage preparation.
  • Partner with parish DREs and Marriage Coordinator leaders to establish online networks and in-person communities enabling the sharing of knowledge, ideas, and best practices.
  • Provide resources and training for family life ministries as needed, emphasizing in marriage enrichment and chastity education.
  • Oversee Diocesan Natural Family Planning Classes and promote (NFP) awareness week within the parishes.
  • Organize Annual men and women conferences.
  • Lead and host anti-pornography talks for parents and promote anti-pornography awareness week within the Diocese.
  • Support healing groups by sponsoring events for separated and divorced Catholics, couples struggling with infertility and caring for families during difficult times.
  • Visit parishes to promote and facilitate collaboration to respond to the family needs.
  • Train teams of volunteers to support office for family events across the Diocese.
  • Coordinate the annual Jubilarian Mass honoring wedding anniversaries.
  • Oversee digital communication materials including delivery of monthly newsletters.
  • Update website content management to communicate the initiatives for the Office for Family Life
  • Represents the Director as needed at events across the diocese.
  • Ability to work independently and highly self-motivated.

Qualifications:

  • Practicing Catholic who lives and supports the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Strong verbal and/or written communication skills in both English and Spanish
  • Superb organization skills able to plan and execute complex events.
  • Proficient in PC or Mac; including Word, Excel, and Outlook

Education and Experience Requirements:

Prefer Masters in Theology, Pastoral Theology, or pertinent related field.  Five or more years of experience in ministry at the parish or diocesan level with family life ministerial experience.

The ability to work nights and weekends.

For details, please click here

Archdiocese of Mobile Seeking Director of Hispanic Ministry

Responsible for executing the vision of the Archdiocese of Mobile for the Hispanic community and collaborating with other Archdiocesan ministers in meeting the needs of the Hispanic community.

Practicing Roman Catholic in Good Standing, Bilingual , Master’s Degree is Preferred

Application can be obtained from the archdiocesan website:
www.mobarch.org/files/AOMApplicationForm.pdf

Application Deadline:  August 17, 2018
For more information, please email: gbyrd@mobarch.org

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF RICHMOND
Hispanic Outreach Minister
Location: Pastoral Center, Richmond, VA
Salary: Commensurate with Experience

The Office of Hispanic Ministry for the Catholic Diocese of Richmond is looking for a Hispanic Outreach Minister who will work under the values of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond. This person will monitor family ministry, youth & young adult ministry, migrant ministry, as well as facilitate training sessions for new parish leaders.

This position requires bilingual skills (English and Spanish) as well as B.A in Pastoral, Youth or Social Ministry. The candidate must possess good skills in publishing communications in both languages, organization, and coordination. At least one year of experience in one of the previous areas previously mentioned at a parish level.

This position is located at our Pastoral Center in Richmond, VA. Hours are 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and Diocesan Application (which can be found here: http://richmonddiocese.org/office/office-of-human-resources/) to jobs@richmonddiocese.org.

Please visit http://richmonddiocese.org for more information about our Diocese.

Archdiocese of Baltimore
Associate to the Vicar Bishop – Eastern Vicariate

 The men and women employed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore are dedicated professionals who endeavor to support the mission of the Archdiocese in many diverse areas including spiritual ministry, formation, social work, education and administrative services. We are seeking to add committed and dedicated professionals to our team. If you love the mission of the Catholic Church and seek to make a difference, a role at the Archdiocese of Baltimore may be right for you!

We are seeking applicants for the role of Associate to the Vicar Bishop- Eastern Vicariate. As a key staff member of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, you will serve as the primary assistant to the Vicar Bishop in fulfilling his pastoral and administrative responsibilities to the clergy, religious, and laity of the Eastern Vicariate and the Hispanic community of the Archdiocese. The primary role of this position is to work with the Vicar Bishop to encourage collegiality, communication, and collaboration at all levels in the Eastern Vicariate, and to the larger Hispanic community in the Archdiocese.  This is accomplished by:

  • Taking the lead in encouraging consultations with parishes of the Vicariate and managing a  process of consultation for pastoral planning;
  • Developing and implementing a schedule and process for the Vicar Bishop’s pastoral visits;
  • Providing staff services to the Vicar at area clergy meetings and to represent him in his absence;
  • Communicating pastoral planning efforts on behalf of the Vicar Bishop to build alignment and positive momentum in keeping with Archdiocesan initiatives;
  • Acting upon and/or responding to various correspondence on behalf of the Vicar Bishop as required;
  • Assisting in the management and resolution of conflicts for parish-related concerns and concerns of the Hispanic community as directed by the Vicar.

The ideal candidate will possess the following characteristics:

  • Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing who enthusiastically accepts and embraces authentic Catholic doctrine as entrusted and handed down by the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. Strong knowledge of the Catholic Church, ideally within the Archdiocese of Baltimore, is required.
  • Significant experience in planning work involving multiple organizations, communities, and jurisdictions and in developing collaborative structures to serve those interests.
  • A Master’s degree in Theology and/or the field of planning, or related field is strongly preferred.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills; a good command of English and Spanish is required.

To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to:  sanderson@archbalt.org.
If you believe you have what it takes to fill this exciting role, apply now.
Come work for the Archdiocese of Baltimore- Faith at Work!


Catholic Relief Services
Relationship Manager

(Positions require proficiency in the English and Spanish )

Relationship Manager – Advocacy, Philadelphia
Gerente de Relaciones
Defensa, Filadelfia
https://www5.apply2jobs.com/CRS/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3361&CurrentPage=1

Relationship Manager (RM) – Diversity, Florida
Gerente de Relaciones – Diversidad, Florida

https://www5.apply2jobs.com/CRS/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3362&CurrentPage=1

Relationship Manager – National Hispanic Outreach
Gerente de Relaciones – Alcance Nacional Hispano

https://www5.apply2jobs.com/CRS/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3375&CurrentPage=1


Diocese of Camden
Job Posting

Date:                           April 12, 2017                                   

Position:                     Coordinator of Hispanic and Youth/Young Adult Ministries

Location:                    631 Market Street, Camden, NJ 08102      

The Diocese of Camden is seeking a qualified, experienced coordinator with prior leadership experience to administer programs and events and to develop leaders in the areas of Hispanic Ministry and youth and young adult ministries.  The individual must be an excellent time and priority manager in order to meet the goals and objectives for the position.  The individual must have verbal and written communication skills in both Spanish and English and understand Hispanic culture.

A high school degree is required for this position. A Bachelor’s Degree in Theology or Pastoral Ministry or related field, is preferred.

To apply for the position, please send a statement of interest that includes:  details of your prior leadership experience, activities developing programs for Hispanic youth, and how you manage time and develop your priorities.

Interested applicants should email resume and statement of interest with your experience and qualifications to hr@camdendiocese.org by June 9, 2017.

National Catholic Association for Diocesan Directors of Hispanic Ministry

works in collaboration with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

  • Email
  • Phone
    314-792-7890
  • Address
    F. Javier Orozco
    Office of Hispanic Ministry
    Cardinal Rigali Center
    20 Archbishop May Drive
    Saint Louis, MO 63119-5738
National Catholic Association of Diocesan Directors for Hispanic Ministry