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As the national university of the Catholic Church in the United States, founded and sponsored by the bishops of the country with the approval of the Holy See, The Catholic University of America is committed to being a comprehensive Catholic and American institution of higher learning, faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ as handed on by the Church.

Dedicated to advancing the dialogue between faith and reason, The Catholic University of America seeks to discover and impart the truth through excellence in teaching and research, all in service to the Church, the nation and the world.

Overview

This full-time, twelve-month position serves the Office of Undergraduate Admission, with its primary purpose focusing on the recruiting efforts of prospective students and ultimately contributing enrollment by coordinating a regional admission role based in Florida and responsible for recruiting territories throughout the South and Caribbean.  This position also represents The Catholic University of America community to provide an undergraduate student body for the university based on national enrollment management and university policies. This position is paid and managed through employer of record service organization. The position is located in Florida and all applicants must be able to work in the state.

Responsibilities

Take a lead role in the development and implementation regional admission and recruitment activities.

Act as a liaison for students, their parents, counselors, and other independent educational organizations in Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, and Puerto Rico (and other territories as assigned)

Communicate accurately the programs and educational opportunities available at Catholic University to prospective students, parents, and high school counselors.

Seasonal travel for the purposes of recruitment, professional conferences, and high school workshops on college admission.

Interview and counsel prospective students and maintain regular contact with prospects.

Serve as a liaison with schools, departments, and offices on campus.

Read applications each year to evaluate a student’s academic and personal attributes and assess their ability to succeed at the University.

Attend Early Decision, Early Action, and Regular Decision Committee on Admission to present students for admission and help shape incoming classes.

Attend and contribute to key recruitment and yield programs so that students will choose to matriculate at The Catholic University of America (i.e., Cardinal Classroom Days, Open House, Honors Day, Cardinal Preview Day, Odyssey Day, etc.).

Be prepared to share basic financial aid information with families by means of fielding questions, offering suggestions, and clarifying daily information.

Serve as a regional liaison for alumni volunteers providing representation in South Florida and Puerto Rico.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree required and a minimum of five (5) years of experience in admission, higher education, or school-based college counseling, working with admission processes, marketing, and recruitment of students, or counseling students through the college search and selection process on the high school side.  

Must have strong customer service ethic and excellent communication skills, both verbal and written required.  

Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, diplomacy, and familiarity with working individually as well as in a team setting.

Assistant Dean, Admission, Regional Coordinator

The Catholic University of America

Florida
Full Time
Hybrid
Education

Harvest Journeys is a privately owned Catholic tour specialist and Australia’s market leader in group pilgrimage journeys to Europe and the Middle East. Operating now for over 35 years, the company has developed an extensive program of scheduled and customized tour departures along with the coordination of World Youth Day movements and other major events on the Church’s calendar.

At Harvest Journeys, we don't just plan trips; we craft transformative experiences. Over many years Harvest has been responsible for designing and operating successful group pilgrimages and study tours on behalf of Catholic organizations and parishes around the world. We offer the genuine pilgrim experience with a team you can trust.

As we prepare to launch our first office in America, we are searching for a dynamic, DFW based Group Travel Consultant to play a vital role in ensuring the travel and touring arrangements of these groups are coordinated in a professional and seamless manner. The role will encompass a direct working relationship with customers in servicing their enquiries, booking their travel arrangements through to successfully finalizing their pilgrimage documentation.

This is a full-time, onsite role located in Irving, Texas and requires occasional evening and weekend work.

Responsibilities: · Consult with customers to identify their travel requirements and advise suitable options · Plan, prepare and cost itineraries (travel plans) for customers · Efficient processing of customer bookings for pilgrimage package travel; · Coordination of customer reservations using Harvest’s Travel Management System; · Timely development and distribution of customer documentation · Efficiently handle customer inquiries; · Represent Harvest Journeys at trade shows and networking events.

Qualifications and Experience: · 3 - 5 years International Travel Consultant experience; · Previous group travel and pilgrimage experience preferred; · Experience with web-based applications and reservations systems (Galileo, Events Air); · Superior communication skills; · Christian / Catholic faith values an asset; · Strong organizational skills with a focus on results and attention to detail; · Sound knowledge of European / Middle East travel destinations with a focus on key Catholic pilgrimage sites

Attributes: · High standards of customer service; · Strong communication skills; · Highly developed organizational skills/ result focused and attention to detail; · Professional presentation and manner; · Strong influential and negotiation skills; · Work in a team environment; · Sound computer skills – (Microsoft Office applications, Galileo); · Proactive approach and a commitment to do whatever is necessary to ensure deadlines are met; · Ability to adapt and respond quickly to changing ideas and processes; · Can work autonomously and fit well with the Harvest Journeys team.

Group Travel Consultant

Harvest Journeys

Las Colinas, TX
Full Time
In-person
Transportation

WHO WE ARE: CatholicVote is a lay movement of committed Catholics who are passionate about living out the truths proclaimed by Christ and His Church in the modern world. We are joined by many individuals of other faith traditions because the common good we seek is universal to all men and women of goodwill.

Our mission is to inspire every Catholic in America to live out the truths of our faith in public life. Our vision is to be the most recognized and respected voice for Catholicism in American public life and in so doing bring about a renewal of the culture of our land.

WHAT YOU WILL DO: The Prospect Research Analyst is a key role on our development team. Principally, it will support the fundraising efforts of our major gift officers by helping to identify major donor prospects.  In addition, this role will help build out the capabilities of our CRM system (Sugar) and provide other support to our fundraising efforts as needed.

- Proactively identify new donor prospects for major gift officers, principally from existing contacts in our CRM database

- Research existing donor prospects, adding new information of use to major gift officers

- Manage relationships with database vendors, including DonorSearch and Estated, to maximize money spent procuring external data

- Mass append new data, e.g. donations to related orgs, etc., as appropriate to existing contact records to help identify new donor prospects

- Actively seek out new, external data sources to append to existing contact records

- Create and run reports to focus research efforts and substantiate results

WHAT YOU MUST BRING:

- Passion for the mission of CatholicVote

- Strong experience using customer relationship management software

- High attention to detail

- Affinity for managing and performing complex administrative tasks

- Strong experience with Microsoft Excel and Word and Google applications

- Collaborative spirit and the desire to support a larger team

- Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience

LOCATION: This position is based out of our Carmel, IN office but remote applicants are welcome to apply.

PHYSICAL JOB CONDITIONS: Work may be performed seated for long periods of time with close PC and keyboard work. Normal office environment and noise levels. Average lift less than 10 lbs.

Our Mission is too important to limit your contributions.  We are a team committed to a higher calling.  As a CatholicVote employee, you will be expected to answer that calling by performing various duties that may be required in order to fulfill the mission we have set out to accomplish.

Please note: CatholicVote reserves the right to revise this job description at any time. This job description is not a contract for employment.  Continued employment remains on an “at-will” basis.

Prospect Research Analyst

CatholicVote

Carmel, IN
Full Time
In-person
Politics

Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition Mission Statement

Grounded in the Gospel mandate and Catholic Social Teaching, the Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition (CPMC) promotes ministry to all people affected by incarceration. Our goal is to recruit, train, support and empower those called to this ministry.  We strive to create a more just and merciful criminal justice system that upholds the dignity of every human person and advances restorative practices.

CPMC is a coalition of national Catholic organizations who minister to or provide services to people who have been affected by incarceration or detention.

Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition

Executive Director Job Description

Mission Statement

Grounded in the Gospel mandate and Catholic Social Teaching, the Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition (CPMC) promotes ministry to all people affected by incarceration. Our goal is to recruit, train, support and empower those called to this ministry.  We strive to create a more just and merciful criminal justice system that upholds the dignity of every human person and advances restorative practices.

The CPMC Executive Director will have a unique opportunity to grow a new entity to fill a large ministerial need of accompanying people who have been affected by incarceration and detention. This position will require vision, organization, ministerial and management experience.

The CPMC Executive Director is responsible for the overarching mission and goals of Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition. The CPMC Executive Director will identify and recommend the hiring of staff, signing off on office operations, directing fundraising activities, and program direction and missional advocacy.  He/She is responsible for the oversight of all the functions of the Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition’s organizational activities: program direction, staff supervision, fundraising, education & advocacy initiatives. The CPMC Executive Director works to foster a work environment that engenders positive energy, creativity, teamwork as well as excellence, productivity and professionalism. The CPMC Executive Director reports to the CPMC Board of Directors and works collaboratively with the CPMC Executive Committee of which he/she is an ex-officio member.

Specifically, the CPMC Executive Director:

Administration - (50%)

Animates the shared vision for CPMC, the ongoing implementation of the strategic plan and organizational strategy

Consults  with CPMC Board to develop necessary policies, procedures, and structures to sustain CPMC operationally

Makes organizational decisions after consultation with the CPMC Board and/or Executive Committee

Works closely with the CPMC Board and CPMC Executive Committee to achieve CPMC’s mission.

Bishop’s Advisory Committee - Informs quarterly, holds annual meeting for input

Leverages relationships and experience to identify sources of funding, secure funds, manage grants, and any other donor relations.

Implements CPMC’s development and fundraising strategies which includes grant writing.

Cultivates relationships with identified donors

Oversees financial management of CPMC and works with CPMC Accountant.

Guides organizational strategy, programmatic development & implementation, and budgeting process and alignment to ensure CPMC achieves its mission and solvency

Is accountable for the fulfillment of all grant requirements, both financial and programs, including all reports for and communication with funders.

Supervises CPMC’s all staff, either payroll or contracted.

Program Oversight (25%)

Envisions collaboratively with staff and delegates implementation of CPMC’s educational workshops and events

Provides ongoing guidance for the ministerial direction of the website, resources, and formation materials

Serves as the primary liaison with all National Partners and the Steering and Formation Committees.

Public Advocacy & Communication (25%)

Serves as a key CPMC public spokesperson

Advocates in the civic and Church arena for ministry to those affected by incarceration/detention

Monitors the website and CPMC communications plan

Serves as primary liaison with USCCB and the Bishops Advisory Committee on CPMC’s mission

Serves as liaison to other partner organizations and builds connections/relationships with other church organizations who support CPMC’s mission.

Qualifications:

The Executive Director position requires the following:

A Master’s Degree preferred in an appropriate field related to work (theology, criminal justice, non-profit management, etc…)

Significant knowledge and experience of criminal justice issues and principles of restorative justice

Ministerial experience within the prison/detention system or directly with affected population preferred

Excellent written, verbal, and presentation communication skills

At least five to ten years of experience in nonprofit management/ ministry including but not limited to the following:

Successful track-record in faith-based non-profit and social justice environment (i.e. keeping organization solvent through resource development, growing & mission-driven; experience leading & developing staff; strategic planning experience)

Experience in fundraising to  keeping an organization sustainable and growing

Experience with networking and advocacy strategies

Group facilitation experience, program, and marketing

Familiar with accounting and financial management practices

or comparable experience

Thorough knowledge of the Catholic Church structures and Church teaching

CPMC is in its start-up phase as an organization.  The minimum salary will be $65K. Salary is dependent on years of experience, education, and benefit needs.  

Please direct any questions or if interested, send a cover letter and resume to:  

Karen Clifton - kclifton@catholicprisonministries.org

or

Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition

1703 Woodlawn Blvd

Austin, Tx 78703

Applications will be acknowledged upon receipt, applications will be reviewed on June 3, 2024, and interviews scheduled in mid June.

Executive Director

Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition

Austin, TX
Full Time
Remote
Nonprofit Management

Students for Life of America is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization that focuses of recruiting, raising, and mobilizing young pro-life students to abolish abortion.

Overview of the Position

As a part of the Pro-Life Generation, Students for Life of America is seeking a highly skilled National Events Manager to prepare, plan, and execute all SFLA events. This position will correspond with a variety of teams across the organization, identify event goals and needs, and work to execute these events flawlessly. You will work on events both big and small.  

Responsibilities  

Manage a Variety of Events Across the - Organization

- Fundraising events

- SFLA Spring Gala  

- Working with Development of our largest fundraising event

- Regional fundraising events

- Working with Development Team and Regional Coordinators to set up local fundraising events surrounding Leadership Workshops

- Rapid Response and Experience Events

- Working with all teams in planning and execution of national rapid response events in Washington, D.C. and across the country

- Working with Programs Team in planning and execution of experience events for students

- Sponsored Events

- National Pro-Life Summit

- National Celebrate Life Weekend

- Legislative & Electoral Mobilizations (All Year)

Event Planning

- Project and plan for all annual events that occur throughout the year

- Coordinate marketing plans for each event with the Marketing team  

- Organize and define materials needed for each event  

- Correspond with the Operations team on all materials needed for events

- Assign staff to various events, define roles, and develop detailed itineraries to assist with travel planning

- Manage various event budgets and plan accordingly

- Manage and coordinate with Hewell Events, contracted event planners, for National Pro-Life Summit and National Celebrate Life Gala  

- Attend venue meetings, coordinate hotels, catering, etc.  

Qualifications

3 years of experience in medium to large scale event planning and coordinating

Passion for the Pro-Life Movement

Extremely detail-oriented

Able to adapt quickly to changes

Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook.  

Candidates must have knowledge of grammar rules and utilize the oxford comma.  

Excellent communication skills  

Who Are We Looking For

A positive attitude, good problem-solving skills, and a passion for serving in the pro-life field are a must.   

Must be teachable to learn SFLA technologies and platforms.    

Candidates must be self- motivated, a good problem solver, have an entrepreneurial spirit, expert multi-tasker, maintain confidentiality, able to work independently, and be a highly-organized person.  

Position Details

Position Type  

This is a full-time salaried position working at least 40 hours per week. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hours can be somewhat flexible by request.  

Supervisory Responsibilities  

The National Events Manager will report to the Executive Vice President and will collaborate with multiple departments within Students for Life, without direct supervisor responsibilities.  

Physical Demands

Must have the ability to operate technical equipment such as a computer and sit for extended periods of time.   

Must be able to withstand long periods of driving and walking.

Other physical demands may include: setting up displays, walking around venues, standing for long periods, and participating in local and national pro-life marches. Must be able to lift 30 pounds.

Travel

Travel to bi-annual team trainings in January and July is required

Travel to Washington, D.C. for National Pro-Life Summit & National Celebrate Life Weekend

Travel to regional events as needed

Work Authorization

Must be able to successfully complete an I-9.  The I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States.

Benefits 

Health care benefits 

401K match 

FSA/HSA 

Paid Time Off 

Paid Holidays 

National Events Manager

Students for Life of America

Fredericksburg, VA
Full Time
In-person
Nonprofit Management

The mission of Catholic Charites of the Rio Grande Valley is to help improve the quality of life in the community we live in by providing help and creating hope to individuals and families experiencing an emergency crisis in their lives including asylum seekers and refugees. Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley abides by the principles of the Catholic church, which in essence is pro-life and promotes the sacredness of all life.

The Project Manager (PM) will oversee the effective management and implementation of the Sister Border Network (SBN) proposal in collaboration with the leadership of the SBN. The PM will serve as the lead in providing policy, strategy, and management leadership guidance to the SBN and staff of the network communities.

Sister Border Network Project Manager

Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

McAllen, TX
Full Time
In-person
Nonprofit Management

St. Edmund Prep is a Roman Catholic college preparatory school for young men and women.  Our mission is to instill the Gospel values in our students so as to empower them to become confident and self-disciplined participants in the ever-changing global society.  We educate according to the needs of each student and challenge each of them to achieve academic excellence through practical learning experiences.

St. Edmund Prep is accredited by the Middle States Association, the International Baccalaureate and is chartered by the Board of Regents. The institution offers approximately 600 students challenging academic programs and a vibrant athletic and extracurricular program.

As Members of the St. Edmund Prep Community, we believe in:

Catholic Identity

• Our faith, and the Catholic identity of our school, is at the core of everything we do.

• By providing students with a faith-based value system, they will be able to develop a strong sense of self and a moral compass.

• A family atmosphere provides a safe and respectful environment where students of diverse backgrounds are welcome.

Academic Success

• Providing an atmosphere of direction and discipline will foster academic excellence.

• All students can achieve academic success, educated according to his or her individual needs.

• Academic success is the direct result of active participation in one’s own learning, where each student is taught to become a critical thinker, a problem solver, and a decision maker.

Commitment to the Individual

• A varied extracurricular program complements the students’ academic course of study, enhancing their creative, technical, and athletic abilities.

• All learn to respect the variety of cultures and attitudes that make for the richness of life.

• The responsibility to educate and learn is shared among the faculty, administration, parents, and students.

• Every individual is a vital part of the community and has a responsibility to give back to that community.

St. Edmund Prep is in the process of bringing its latest Strategic Plan, Transforming Through Tradition, to life. The plan focuses on strategic investments and considerations related to Academic Excellence, Catholic Identity and Mission, Culture and Climate, Operational Vitality, and Governance and Leadership. Key priorities are completed or underway, such as academic program improvements, construction of the Innovation Center which will house the STEAM program, robotics, and arts, and development of a STEAM curriculum taskforce. The final year of the plan includes expanded college preparatory and application services, curricula changes in math, internship opportunities, and more.

The Opportunity

The Angeletti Group seeks nominations and applications from qualified Catholic education leaders to serve as St. Edmund Preparatory High School’s next Assistant Principal for Student Affairs. The Assistant Principal for Student Affairs oversees academics, discipline, and student well-being.  

The selected candidate will be a visionary professional committed to serving a community of learners.

Assistant Principal for Student Affairs

Academic Responsibilities

• Oversee various aspects of student academic life, including working with students and parents of students who have multiple failures or who are on academic probation.  

• Work with parents’ individual academic concerns as needed; act as liaison/mediator when necessary between teachers and parents.

• Coordinate the Academic Council; responsible for scheduling & running council meetings at which school academic policy is addressed.

• Work directly with Department Coordinators to facilitate reflection and growth within departments; including aiding in developing department meeting agendas, summary report review, curriculum updates, etc.

• Analyze Regent Exam data and work with individual departments with an eye toward improving overall results.

• Coordinate collection, review and posting of summer assignments.

• Supervise teachers and conduct teacher observations.

• Develop teacher improvement plans and coach developing teachers as necessary.

• Assist the Principal in moving forward with all academic initiatives (i.e., professional development/use of common planning time).  

• Communicate with students/parents regarding all aspects of academics, including information regarding examinations, report cards and academic policies.

• Review of teacher gradebooks for compliance with school policy.

• Review of failure slips to ensure teacher communications.

• Meet with parents regarding student failures, academic probation, summer school and exits due to multiple failures.

Student Discipline and Well-Being Responsibilities

• Working with the Dean of Students in the enforcement of student discipline.

• Draft and maintain student handbook with current disciplinary and academic policies

• Draft and maintain student uniform policies; act as primary liaison with school uniform providers.

• Oversee the handling of major disciplinary incidents, including meeting with parents to determine remediation of behavior or requests for student withdrawal

• Ensure student supervision/coverage in classrooms, cafeteria and library, including creating building assignments for teachers.

• Responsible for determining classroom coverages when teachers are absent.

• Evaluate, draft and maintain Emergency Handbook and Procedures.

• Manage communications with faculty/staff regarding Emergency Procedures and ALICE training.

• Liaise with the Director of Guidance to manage serious student health/wellness issues, including excessive absence.

• Monitor attendance, and work with parents and students to resolve student attendance/truancy issues.

• Manage various aspects of the assimilation of incoming students, including placement exam, students first day/orientation, communication of schedules/uniform policies, etc. and student locker assignments.

• Managing and acting as master of ceremonies for the Graduation Ceremony.

Qualifications

• Working towards or have completed New York State certification in School Administration and Supervision or the equivalent.  

• A master’s degree conferred by a college or university registered by the New York State Board of Regents or accredited by an appropriate regional accrediting agency.

• A minimum of 5 years of successful teaching experience in a Catholic, private or public school setting.

• Some administrative experience is preferred.

• Position to begin in July 2024.

Salary Range

$95,000 - $105,000

Assistant Principal for Student Affairs

St. Edmund Preparatory High School

Brooklyn, NY
Full Time
In-person
Education

The Administrative Assistant is a full-time position that aids the Parish’s ministry of preaching by assisting parishioners in the front office, helping schedule Mass intentions and sacramental requests, overseeing outreach to newly registered parishioners, and assisting the Parish staff in a variety of other ways.

ESSENTIAL POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES

Reception and General Administrative Duties:

• Greet visitors, answer and direct phone calls, and respond to and distribute

 emails received for the Parish.

• Sort and distribute mail, including the sorting of weekly envelopes and loose

  checks.

• Manage the Parish calendar, including the initial questions about and scheduling

  for baptisms, weddings, funerals, and special sacramental requests.

• Process requests for sacramental records.

• Order general office supplies and devotional supplies, and keep resources in the

  Parish offices and churches well stocked.

• Support other staff and Parish events as needed.

Mass Intentions:

• Schedule all Mass intentions for St. Vincent Ferrer Church.

• Create and maintain the yearly Mass books for the Parish.

Parishioner Registration:

• Oversee the response to Parish registrations, including the information flow to

 other staff.

• Manage Parish databases and roster.

Administrative Assistance to the Parish Priests:

• Assist with the preparation of correspondence and communications.

• Assist the pastor and other Parish priests with general tasks as well as

 administrative tasks related to baptisms, weddings, and funerals, including

 follow-up with families.

REQUIRED FAITH-BASED KNOWLEDGE/COMMITMENT

• A practicing Catholic who accepts and is willing to abide by and give personal

  witness to authentic Church teachings, has an active prayer life, and is seeking

  to live virtuously.

• Good knowledge of and ability to articulate the core teachings of the Catholic

  Faith as handed on through Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and the

  Magisterium of the Church.

Administrative Assistant

Parish of St. Vincent Ferrer & St. Catherine

New York, NY
Full Time
In-person
Administration

The St. John Paul II Foundation is a national Catholic apostolate proclaiming the Good News about life and family through education and formation. We accomplish our mission through hallmark initiatives – Together in Holiness, Converging Roads, Clergy Initiatives.

Position Title: Director of Philanthropy

Reports To: President

Position Type: Full-Time

Description:

The St. John Paul II Foundation is a national Catholic apostolate proclaiming the Good News about life and family through education and formation. We accomplish our mission through hallmark initiatives – Together in Holiness, Converging Roads, Clergy Initiatives. The Director of Philanthropy will be responsible for development and fundraising efforts with particular focus on cities outside of Houston where the Foundation mission is present.

Foundation’s Philosophy of Philanthropy:

We believe that prospective and current donors are persons who deserve to be treated as persons. We emphasize the importance of cultivation, an apostolate of friendship, and “becoming an expert in the humanity” of the donor. Donors and prospective donors deserve to encounter a development director committed to extending the right invitation at the right time to the right donor. Cultivation and extending invitations to prospective donors requires boldness, patience, and persistence. It is essential that development activities encourage, rather than discourage, care for the soul, growth in faith, and deepening of family and professional life of the donor. In addition, the Director agrees to teach, advocate, encourage, counsel, and witness in keeping with the beliefs and practices of the Catholic faith and teachings.

Major Duties:

1. Communicate with, meet with, and invite financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations across the country

2. Cultivate, invite, close, and steward new members for the Foundation's “Founders’ Circle” major gift community of support

3. Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors in cities where the Foundation works outside of Houston

4. Create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors outside of Houston

5. Research and identify qualified donors from current constituents and prospects

6. Direct the research, creation, and submission of applications for grant funding and requests throughout the year outside of Houston

7. Oversee and collaboratively grow the Foundation’s “Legacy Circle” community of support

8. Maintain a work schedule that maximizes availability to prospective donors, donors, and Foundation staff

9. Collaboratively oversee Foundation donor database

10. Use effective and appropriate supervision and management skills to maximize employee and volunteer morale and effectiveness

11. Contribute to the professional environment and Catholic culture of the St. John Paul II Foundation

12. Participate in staff meetings and other projects connected with the Foundation and perform other duties as assigned by the President

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in fundraising and/or transferable experience and skills in business development, sales, or financial advising.

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite

• Strong organizational and project management skills, as well as excellent attention to detail

• Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills

Strong Candidates will:

• Manifest a passion for the Church’s teaching on the Gospel of the Family and the Gospel of Life.

• Demonstrate an ability to manage several high-level projects simultaneously and with great attention to detail.

• Exhibit an ability to independently move projects forward, prioritize tasks, and meet various deadlines across multiple projects.

• Maintain a high level of professionalism in working with Church officials, staff, partners, and benefactors.

• Possess knowledge of how to implement and execute a successful fundraising strategy.

This position is located in the Greater Houston area. The ideal candidate will be in the area or willing to relocate. Compensation is commensurate with education and experience.

Applicants are requested to submit a letter of interest and resume through the job posting at https://jpiifoundation.bamboohr.com/careers. Only candidates selected for an interview will be notified.

Director of Philanthropy

St. John Paul II Foundation

Houston, TX
Full Time
In-person
Fundraising

St. Paul Roman Catholic Church is made up of 3700+ families.  Our parish is located in Ramsey, New Jersey with a large catechetical program.

JOB DESCRIPTION - DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION

The Parish Catechetical Leader has the responsibility for direction and formation of parish catechetical programs, as indicated below, in accordance with policies and guidelines of the Archdiocese of Newark. The Parish Catechetical Leader is a full member of the parish pastoral staff and participates in staff meetings.

QUALITIES AND SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE MINISTRY AS A PARISH CATECHETICAL LEADER

FAITH FORMATION LEADER AS A PERSON OF FAITH

•Is an integrated person who communicates gospel values through daily living.

•Is a believing Christian, a person of prayer, and a practicing Catholic.

•Pursues continued growth in faith and spiritual direction.

FAITH FORMATION LEADER AS CATECHIST

•Has a solid background in theological studies and/or religious education, and continually seeks updating through courses, seminars, workshops, books, and periodicals.

•Has a broad understanding of Church in both its divine and human elements and characteristics, and helps others to grow in their understanding.

•Is able to provide information in faith, knowledge and growth in catechetical skills for catechists.

•Is someone who can help others to realize and fulfill their baptismal call.

•Has self-knowledge of strengths and weaknesses, and gives evidence and example of continuing personal growth.

•Has the skills required to select appropriate materials for use in catechetical programs.

FAITH FORMATION LEADER AS COMMUNITY BUILDER

•Demonstrates in interpersonal relationships with pastoral and catechetical staffs, parents and other parish groups.

•Has the capacity to work with various age levels; adult, youth and children.

•Possesses qualities including openness, empathy, pastoral discernment and the ability to empower others.

•Is able to handle conflict effectively, in the best interest of all concerned.

FAITH FORMATION LEADER AS ADMINISTRATOR

•Possesses personal characteristics of leadership, creativity and vision. Is a self-starter.

•Has good communication skills; oral and written.

•Is able to empower others and delegate authority where needed.

•Demonstrates organizational skills of planning, record keeping and budgeting.

•Demonstrates digital literacy and is willing to incorporate media and digital tools as far as they enrich catechesis.

•Has the ability to work toward implementation and periodic evaluation of goals and objectives.

•Is committed to implementing all policies and guidelines of the parish and archdiocese

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR FAITH FORMATION

•Providing opportunities for catechesis for all members of the parish / lifelong faith formation

•Assisting with any programs of adult faith formation by providing support and resources to parish ministry leaders

•Oversees a program of family catechesis for Gr. 1-5 families and youth faith formation / ongoing catechesis for Gr. 1-5 children

•Preparing and leading adult faith formation sessions for parents at monthly sessions while children are in classes

•Directing and coordinating volunteers for a program of youth faith formation / ongoing catechesis for children

•Supervising the Faith Formation Administrative Assistant to prepare materials for volunteers and families

•Train volunteers for Children’s Liturgy of the Word and help lead volunteer to coordinate schedule (currently includes 3 Masses every weekend from September-June)

•Oversees a program of youth faith formation / ongoing catechesis for Gr. 6-8 children

•Directing the Gr. 6-8 Coordinator to provide catechetical sessions and additional events (prayer nights, service projects, fellowship nights, etc)

•Collaborating with the Gr. 6-8 Coordinator to provide prayer experiences and adult faith formation for parents of children in Gr. 6-8 (Advent and Lent retreats, etc)

•Collaborating with the parish school principal to create faith formation opportunities for the school community

•Assisting with retreats as needed

•The PCL will be a resource person for the parish school and should find ways to engage and support the school community (in-service for religion teachers, seasonal events, appropriate programs for parents, etc.)

•Oversees Sacramental Preparation (Reconciliation and Eucharist) for children and parents for both faith formation families and parish school families who are parishioners

•Leading parent sessions for adult faith formation

•Coordinating a program of sacramental preparation for children

•Supervising the Faith Formation Administrative Assistant to prepare materials for volunteers and families

•Oversees Sacramental Preparation (Confirmation) for teens

•Collaborating with Fiat Ventures on Confirmation program

•Collaborating with Don Bosco High School as needed for any upperclassmen preparing for Confirmation

•Assisting with recruitment of small group leaders and coordinating with parish calendar, facilities, and resources

•Supporting the RCIA process for adults and the RCIA process adapted for children

•Connecting faith formation families with RCIA director

•Being a resource person for RCIA director by providing resources and support

•Providing Spanish and bilingual support for Faith Formation programs

•Collaborating with Spanish Ministry leaders and volunteers to provide communication and support for Spanish speaking parents of Gr. 1-9 children

•Collaborating with Spanish Ministry leaders and volunteers to provide appropriate catechesis for children and parents

•Directing faith formation opportunities for children / adults with disabilities

•Directing faith formation opportunities for home schooling families

•Collaborating with youth ministry program

•Intentional invitation to Gr. 6-8 children and parents to youth group events

•Working with youth minister to have youth group leaders lead Gr. 6-8 events

•Supporting post-Baptism ministry / outreach

•The PCL will submit the budget for parish catechetical programs to the pastor and business manager. When approved, this budget shall be implemented by the PCL

•Other duties as assigned within the scope of Catechetical ministry

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CATECHETICAL PROGRAMMING AND THOSE IN SUPPORT OF PARISH CATECHESIS

The PCL will:

•Recruit and train personnel for all Gr. 1-9 faith formation and sacrament preparation programs

•The PCL is responsible for supervising the Gr. 6-8 Coordinator and the Faith Formation Administrative Assistant

•Provide formation opportunities for catechist certification in methodology, theology, and spirituality

•Choose and direct the curriculum of study to be used in the parish programs in collaboration with the catechetical staff and other appropriate staff members, following Archdiocesan guidelines

•Work with the parish staff, liturgy committee, and catechists to develop liturgies and prayer services for the various groups with which they work, including 1st Reconciliation, 1st Communion, and Confirmation liturgies

•Oversees administrative tasks such as preparing supplies, record keeping, and other clerical tasks which enable the programs to function efficiently

•Research new catechetical programs for use in the parish

•Incorporate remote and/or digital platforms in catechetical programming

•Provide effective communication with parents and catechists through Flocknote

•Meet individually with new families to welcome, engage, and open dialogue for ongoing faith formation and support

•Be the liaison between the Archdiocesan Catechetical Office and the parish pastoral and catechetical staffs

•The PCL will work with parish school personnel and catechetical staff to coordinate the sacramental programs and celebrations of sacraments for school age children.

EXPECTATIONS

•The PCL is expected to attend Archdiocesan meetings or activities for Parish Catechetical Leaders, such as “The Gathering,” “The Forum,” the Convocation and county PCL meetings.

•The PCL is encouraged to participate in other archdiocesan meetings, conferences, and events sponsored by the Catechetical Office or other Offices of the Archdioceses as the job description warrants.

•The PCL is expected to be a person of faith and give witness to the faith by the life she or he lives. The PCL will take time to develop her/his own prayer life. She/he will continue to develop needed skills (catechetical, theological, managerial, etc.) by enrolling in university courses or by attending seminars and workshops designed for professional development.

•The PCL will at all times abide by the “Archdiocese of Newark’s Policies on Professional and Ministerial Conduct”.

•The PCL will maintain a safe environment for children and youth in accord with the guidelines of the Office of Youth Protection of the Archdiocese of Newark

ACCOUNTABILITY

•The PCL shall be responsible to the pastor

•Since the pastor is the religious leader of the parish, the PCL will inform him of the programs and their development

•The PCL shall participate in meetings of the parish pastoral staff, as well as the parish pastoral and finance councils as needed

EVALUATION

•The pastor should evaluate the performance of the PCL at least once a year. The evaluation should be based upon the PCL’s execution of the tasks and duties stated above.

Director of Faith Formation

St. Paul RC Church

Ramsey, New Jersey
Full Time
In-person
Church and Religious

Thomas More Society (TMS) is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and freedom. Based in Chicago, Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high quality pro-bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Position Summary: The Development Director will develop and execute major and planned gift strategies that will sustain and grow current major gifts ($5,000+) while identifying and soliciting new major and planned gift commitments from our growing donor base. The Development Director of the Southeast region will oversee the following states: TN, NC, SC, GA, AL, and FL.

Responsibilities:

• Identify, qualify and solicit major gifts from prospects and donors in assigned region.

• Actively manage a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects/donors.

• Coordinate in-person and virtual meetings to cultivate donor and prospect relationships.

• Create Moves Management strategies to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward

prospects/donors.

• Ensure consistent and appropriate contact, facilitate, or make solicitations, and ensure

effective stewardship.

• Collaborate with Marketing Team on appeals and giving campaigns.

• Prepare written materials such as proposals, solicitations, reports, and appeal letters.

• Record and report key metrics through use of internal tracking systems.

Experience and Skill Requirements:

• Proven fundraising track record with demonstrated ability to solicit and secure major gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations, and other private funding sources.

• Skilled in planning and implementing long and short-range development initiatives in conjunction with strategic planning processes.

• Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with prospects, donors, and/or volunteers in a wide range of roles.

• Highly developed verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present effectively to small and large groups.

• Bachelor’s degree and/or CFRE preferred.

• Fundraising or sales experience.

• Experience managing a donor pipeline.

• Database management skills — DonorPerfect preferred.

Mission Requirements:

• Supportive of TMS positions on life, family, and freedom.

• Active faith life in accord with Christian teachings.

Development Director - Southeast

Thomas More Society

Florida (preferred) or Chicago, IL
Full Time
Remote
Fundraising

Thomas More Society (TMS) is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and freedom. Based in Chicago, Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high quality pro-bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Logistics: Remote position based in the Southeast (FL preferred) or onsite at TMS Headquarters in Chicago.

Position Summary: The Development Director will develop and execute major and planned gift strategies that will sustain and grow current major gifts ($5,000+) while identifying and soliciting new major and planned gift commitments from our growing donor base. The Development Director of the Southeast region will oversee the following states: TN, NC, SC, GA, AL, and FL.

Responsibilities:

• Identify, qualify and solicit major gifts from prospects and donors in assigned region.

• Actively manage a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects/donors.

• Coordinate in-person and virtual meetings to cultivate donor and prospect relationships.

• Create Moves Management strategies to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward

prospects/donors.

• Ensure consistent and appropriate contact, facilitate, or make solicitations, and ensure

effective stewardship.

• Collaborate with Marketing Team on appeals and giving campaigns.

• Prepare written materials such as proposals, solicitations, reports, and appeal letters.

• Record and report key metrics through use of internal tracking systems.

Experience and Skill Requirements:

• Proven fundraising track record with demonstrated ability to solicit and secure major gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations, and other private funding sources.

• Skilled in planning and implementing long and short-range development initiatives in conjunction with strategic planning processes.

• Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with prospects, donors, and/or volunteers in a wide range of roles.

• Highly developed verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present effectively to small and large groups.

• Bachelor’s degree and/or CFRE preferred.

• Fundraising or sales experience.

• Experience managing a donor pipeline.

• Database management skills — DonorPerfect preferred.

Mission Requirements:

• Supportive of TMS positions on life, family, and freedom.

• Active faith life in accord with Christian teachings.

Development Director - Southeast

Thomas More Society

Florida (preferred) or Chicago, IL
Full Time
Remote
Fundraising

Thomas More Society (TMS) is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and freedom. Based in Chicago, Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high quality pro-bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Logistics: Position will be located on-site at the TMS Headquarters in downtown Chicago.

Position Summary: The Development Associate will steward and develop current mid-level donors.  The Development Associate will also review top major gift prospects and offer research support to Development Directors.  In some cases, the Development Associate will contribute to marketing collateral through writing and assisting in the creation of development materials in support of the TMS mission.  

Responsibilities:

• Retain and develop mid-level donors through phone conversations and digital

communications.  Systematically develop, maintain, and cultivate relationships with these donors while qualifying for new major gifts.

• Execute stewardship efforts to strengthen relationships with mid-level donors to include written communications and reporting.

• Maintain accurate data on donors and donor interactions to improve Thomas More

Society knowledge of donor base and develop stronger relationships with donors to grow financial support both now and in the future.

• Support Development Directors through research and analysis of best major gift

prospects.

• Contribute to marketing collateral through writing and assisting in the creation of

development materials in support of Thomas More Society’s mission.

Experience and Skill Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree preferred.

• Must have excellent writing and speaking skills.

• A spirit of empathy and optimism when interacting with current and potential donors.

• Creative thinker and self-starter with ambition to grow major gift donors.

• Database management skills — DonorPerfect preferred.

Mission Requirements:

• Supportive of TMS positions on life, family, and freedom.

• Active faith life in accord with Christian teachings.

Development Associate

Thomas More Society

Chicago, IL
Full Time
In-person
Fundraising

Thomas More Society (TMS) is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and freedom. Based in Chicago, Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high quality pro-bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Logistics: Position will be located on-site at the TMS Headquarters in downtown Chicago.

Position Summary: The Development Director will develop and execute major and planned gift strategies that will sustain and grow current major gifts ($5,000+) while identifying and soliciting new major and planned gift commitments from our growing donor base.  The Development Director will focus on Chicagoland and the surrounding Midwest.

Responsibilities:

• Identify, qualify and solicit major gifts from prospects and donors in assigned region.

• Actively manage a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects/donors.

• Coordinate in-person and virtual meetings to cultivate donor and prospect relationships.

• Create Moves Management strategies to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward prospects/donors.

• Ensure consistent and appropriate contact, facilitate, or make solicitations, and ensure effective stewardship.

• Collaborate with Marketing Team on appeals and giving campaigns.

• Prepare written materials such as proposals, solicitations, reports, and appeal letters.

• Record and report key metrics through use of internal tracking systems.

Experience and Skill Requirements:

• Proven fundraising track record with demonstrated ability to solicit and secure major gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations, and other private funding sources.

• Skilled in planning and implementing long and short-range development initiatives in conjunction with strategic planning processes.

• Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with prospects, donors, and/or volunteers in a wide range of roles.

• Highly developed verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present effectively to small and large groups.

• Bachelor’s degree and/or CFRE preferred.

• Fundraising or sales experience.

• Experience managing a donor pipeline.

• Database management skills — DonorPerfect preferred.

Mission Requirements:

• Supportive of TMS positions on life, family, and freedom.

• Active faith life in accord with Christian teachings.

Development Director - Chicago

Thomas More Society

Chicago, IL
Full Time
In-person
Fundraising

Situated in the growing suburb of McKinney, Texas, we have seen major growth in a short 27-year history (4000+ plus families).  Our foundational roots have nurtured a culture of welcome, continuous growth, and shared responsibility, fostering faith within those who have entered our doors.  However, as the decline of Christianity ramps in our post-modern world and the human longing for life’s deeper questions go unanswered, we feel compelled to respond boldly to our calling to make missionary disciples.  We seek to radically build on our welcoming parish and strong youth and young adult ministry culture and more deliberately invite and lead the young church (and their families) to a personal encounter with Jesus, the response to follow Him, and the intentional practices of discipleship.

Looking for an opportunity to be part of a movement? Join our dynamic (and fun) staff as a Director of Youth & Young Adult Ministry and be at the forefront of shaping the faith journeys of the next generation.  We are seeking a joyous and passionate individual who is rooted in the Catholic faith and cares for our young church. Most importantly, we are looking for someone who has a visible, personal relationship with Jesus, as it is through this relationship that we can truly inspire others to embrace the love, mercy, and purpose that only He can provide. This team role includes but is not limited to, the following: developing and guiding the implementation of a ministry strategy aligned with the parish vision, managing our current youth ministry staff, coordinating our college-age & young adult ministry efforts, overseeing our Confirmation Preparation process, and supporting other staff with our middle and high school programs.

Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry

St. Gabriel Catholic Church

McKinney, TX
Full Time
Hybrid
Church and Religious

The Blessed Trinity Family of Parishes is located in Northwest Cincinnati and is focused on transforming our communities, bringing forth the radical love of Christ by forming missionary disciples.

The Blessed Trinity Family of Corpus Christi, St. John Neumann, and St. John the Baptist, Dry Ridge Parishes, is seeking a full time Associate Director of Children’s Evangelization. Our children are longing to to encounter beauty and goodness. Their hearts are open, soaking in all that comes to them.  The Associate Director is an enthusiastic, self-starter who loves teaching, leading large groups, engaging with children and sharing Christ, helping them enter into this most beautiful of mysteries.  This person accompanies children, grades PK-5, and their families through a discipleship path, so that they encounter Jesus, building the foundation for them to become missionary disciples. Come, join the mission to reignite the adventure of living the Catholic Faith and truly change the world!

Evangelization Director

The Blessed Trinity Family of Parishes

Cincinnati, OH
Full Time
Hybrid
Church and Religious

The Blessed Trinity Family of Parishes is located in Northwest Cincinnati and is focused on transforming our communities, bringing forth the radical love of Christ by forming missionary disciples.

The Blessed Trinity Family of Corpus Christi, St. John Neumann, and St. John the Baptist, Dry Ridge Parishes is seeking a full time Associate Director of Youth Evangelization. Our youth today are being led astray by the broader culture. Many are left wandering, searching, and with low self-esteem, but we have the answer! Divine Truth and a relationship with our Lord are the only things that satisfies human longing. The Associate Director is an enthusiastic, self-starter who loves teaching, leading large groups, engaging with teens and sharing Christ with others.  This person accompanies youth, grades 6-12, and their families through a discipleship path, so that they encounter Jesus and become missionary disciples.  Come, join the mission to reignite the adventure of living the Catholic Faith and truly change the world!

Evangelization Director

The Blessed Trinity Family of Parishes

Cincinnati, OH
Full Time
Hybrid
Church and Religious

St. John Vianney Catholic School serves students in TK - 8th grade in Rancho Cordova, a suburb of Sacramento, California. The diversity of the school reflects the diversity of the parish and the community. The staff is strong in its commitment to helping their students grow in their faith, curiosity, and emotional intelligence. The school functions as a ministry of St. John Vianney Parish who values their Dominican roots which are reflected in our mission statement, ""As a ministry of St. John Vianney Parish, guided by the life of Jesus Christ, we seek to preach the Gospel with our lives through prayer, study, and service.""

We are dual accredited through the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and Western Accreditation of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The Advancement Director works closely with the principal to ensure the long-term stability of the school by raising non-tuition funds and building relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Part-Time: $33,250/$66,500 - Full-Time: $40,000/$70,000; Commensurate with Education and Experience.

Principal

St. John Vianney Catholic School

Rancho Cordova, CA
Full Time
In-person
Education

Regina Caeli Academy (www.rcahybrid.org), a homeschool resource center, seeks part-time tutors at its location in Charlotte, NC.

As a national organization, RCA offers tutoring in a Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and childcare is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors focus on providing instruction and formation according to RCA standards.

All staff complete a background check and Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 9:00am - 3:00pm.

Part-Time High School Science Teacher

Regina Caeli Academy

Charlotte, North Carolina
Part Time
In-person
Education

Regina Caeli Academy (www.rcahybrid.org), a homeschool resource center, seeks part-time tutors at its location in Charlotte, NC.

As a national organization, RCA offers tutoring in a Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and childcare is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors focus on providing instruction and formation according to RCA standards.

All staff complete a background check and Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 9:00am - 3:00pm.

Part-Time 5th Grade Tutor

Regina Caeli Academy

Charlotte, North Carolina
Part Time
In-person
Education

Regina Caeli Academy (www.rcahybrid.org), a homeschool resource center, seeks part-time tutors at its location in Charlotte, NC.

As a national organization, RCA offers tutoring in a Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and childcare is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors focus on providing instruction and formation according to RCA standards.

All staff complete a background check and Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 9:00am - 3:00pm.

Part-Time 4th Grade Tutor

Regina Caeli Academy

Charlotte, North Carolina
Part Time
In-person
Education

Regina Caeli Academy (www.rcahybrid.org), a homeschool resource center, seeks part-time tutors at its location in Charlotte, NC.

As a national organization, RCA offers tutoring in a Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and childcare is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors focus on providing instruction and formation according to RCA standards.

All staff complete a background check and Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 9:00am - 3:00pm.

Part-Time 3rd Grade Tutor

Regina Caeli Academy

Charlotte, North Carolina
Part Time
In-person
Education

Regina Caeli Academy (www.rcahybrid.org), a homeschool resource center, seeks part-time tutors at its location in Charlotte, NC.

As a national organization, RCA offers tutoring in a Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and childcare is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors focus on providing instruction and formation according to RCA standards.

All staff complete a background check and Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 9:00am - 3:00pm.

Part-Time 1st Grade Tutor

Regina Caeli Academy

Charlotte, North Carolina
Part Time
In-person
Education

Overview

Are you passionate about making a meaningful impact and ready to jumpstart a rewarding career in fundraising and customer service? As a Development Associate at our Catholic Apostolate, you'll embark on a journey to become a skilled professional, equipped with world-class fundraising, communication, leadership, and customer relationship management skills. Your mission will revolve around engaging with our content consumers, inviting them to support our cause with a monthly donation of $15 or more, and mastering the art of asking for financial support. Success in this role opens doors to exciting opportunities, including a potential career as a Major Gift Officer.

But that's not the only path to growth. Remarkably, 25% of our team members, including 100% of Major Gift Officers, 1/3rd of our Project Management team, and others in pivotal roles, began their journey as Fundraising Associates. They gained comprehensive exposure to our mission and steadily advanced to contribute at higher levels.

If you're driven and ready to seize opportunities, becoming a Development Associate will position you to chase your dreams!

Who we are

Our Mission is simple: to re-energize the Catholic Church in America. Catholics are leaving the Church at an alarming rate, and disengagement among those who remain is staggeringly high. This is where you come in. We are looking for driven, talented, and dynamic individuals who will work tirelessly to use their talents to inspire people to rediscover the genius of Catholicism.

We have

• Opportunity: Your potential for growth and impact is limitless when you excel in your role.

• Meaningful Work: Be a driving force behind the future of the Catholic Church.

• Clear Outcomes: You'll have a clear understanding of your standing on the team and the targets to set you apart.

• Best Practices: We document successful strategies, and the entire team collaborates to elevate our performance.

• Servant Leadership Culture: We have a culture of leaders who are always ready to roll up their sleeves and get the job done.

• Collaborative Team: Join a group of young professionals eager to grow and work together toward a greater purpose.

• Onsite Chapel: Find solace in our office chapel with weekly Mass offerings.

• Comprehensive Benefits: Enjoy company-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage, a retirement savings plan with a 3% company match, 2 weeks of paid vacation to start, and 9 paid company holidays.

You have

• Drive: Your motivation is evident, and others recognize it as one of your strengths.

• Track Record: You have a history of success in telemarketing, sales, fundraising, or evangelization.

• Self-motivation: You're a self-starter with a positive outlook and a competitive spirit.

• Adaptability: You can embrace change and remain flexible in a dynamic environment.

• Tech Savviness: You quickly grasp new technology and effectively convey our mission to customers.

• Telephone Etiquette: You exhibit excellent telephone manners.

If you're ready to embark on a journey that combines your passion with professional growth and meaningful impact, join us as a Development Associate at our Catholic Apostolate. Together, let's reignite the spirit of the Catholic Church in America.

Salary: $42,000

Location:

This position is in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Applicants who are not local must be willing to relocate—which is why we offer relocation assistance!

Development Associate

Sol Recruiting, Coaching, Consulting

Ohio
Full Time
In-person
Operations

Our Mission Statement: Life Options is a Christ-centered ministry upholding the sanctity of human life, and helping clients find direction and dignity by caring for their practical, emotional, and spiritual needs through nurture and biblically based counseling.

Standard bookkeeping responsibilities including but not limited to management of center finances, payroll, government reporting and receipting. Contact for full job description

Bookkeeper

Life Options

Sunnyside, WA
Part Time
In-person
Bookkeeping

We are seeking a part-time Substitute teacher to teach in a classical and Catholic classroom for 12 hours per week in Austin, TX. Subs are called in as needed. The substitute is called as needed when staff are out sick, but the substitute can always decline if not available on a particular day.

You do not need a teaching certification nor formal teaching experience to apply. We will teach you everything you need to know. The right applicant may have experience homeschooling or working with homeschool children, ministry in your Catholic parish, teaching Religious Education or Catechism classes, teaching your own children, or perhaps teaching in a classical or private school (although not required).

Regina Caeli Academy (www.rcahybrid.org), is a classical homeschool academy in the Catholic tradition. RCA is a national organization that offers instruction in a formal Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and complimentary childcare/nursery is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days are given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors are trained to provide instruction and classroom management according to RCA standards. The ideal applicant will have strong communication skills, good organization, timeliness, a traditional view of the student/teacher relationship, and must be living the Catholic faith day-to-day, including having received all the sacraments appropriate to his or her state in life.

All staff complete a background check and RCA Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. Staff training will be completed online, and a day may be scheduled to shadow in a classroom as part of the training process.

Substitute Teacher

Regina Caeli Academy

Austin, TX
Part Time
In-person
Education

The Catholic Foundation is a 501(c) (3) public charity established to receive contributions from

donors, to invest charitable funds prudently and to make charitable grants to the Catholic

community and beyond. The Foundation promotes charitable compassionate giving and

stewardship for individuals and families interested in charitable giving today and/or creating

their philanthropic legacy that addresses needs throughout the community.

Responsibilities include:

• Preparation of Grant Checks on a weekly basis including verification that the grantee is

an appropriate 501C(3) organization and that the address provided is correct. Assisting

with donors who are having issues with grant submission, logins, and passwords. This

full-time position will work under the supervision of the Senior Grants Processor and

Donor Services.

• Preparation of appropriate cash summary for Controller weekly.

• Entering Credit Card Payments and Refunds on BBMS and any other credit card services

utilized.

• Entering donor gifts as received including electronic tax acknowledgements.

• Assisting with any research required for yearly audit related to donor contributions and

donor grants.

• Preparation of Non-Market Participating Funds Activity Report weekly. Monitoring of

all donor accounts to ensure that balances being reflected on donor link are accurate and

up to date.

• Promptly researching and reissuing outstanding checks as needed.

• Assisting in the preparation of various grant reports as requested.

• Daily donor portal maintenance.

• Back-up for processing Operating Checks and any other Accounting Department

functions as determined by the CFO of The Catholic Foundation.

• Special Projects as needed.

Skills required:

• General: Individual must be detail oriented and focused, possessing excellent verbal and

oral communication skills. Professionalism is a must as this person will be speaking with

donors on a daily basis. The individual should be a self-starter and an independent

thinker motivated to continually learn and work in a team environment.

• Technology: Individual must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 and

knowledge of Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge and Financial Edge is a plus.

• Education: Individual should have a bachelor’s degree in accounting and have a

minimum of 4 years work experience in an office/accounting environment. Non-profit

accounting experience is a plus.

Salary Range:

Salary commensurate with experience. The position includes a comprehensive medical plan, paid time off for designated holidays and the opportunity to participate in the Foundation’s matching 403(b) plan.

Grant Processor

The Catholic Foundation

Dallas, TX
Full Time
In-person
Accounting

The Catholic Foundation is a 501(c) (3) public charity established to receive contributions from

donors, to invest charitable funds prudently and to make charitable grants to the Catholic

community and beyond. The Foundation promotes charitable compassionate giving and

stewardship for individuals and families interested in charitable giving today and/or creating

their philanthropic legacy that addresses needs throughout the community.

The Catholic Foundation seeks a strategic junior communicator to join its team as a

Communications Specialist. This individual will assist the Development team by enhancing the

brand and reputation of The Catholic Foundation both within and outside of the Catholic

community and to existing donors, potential donors, grant seekers and recipients, the

professional advisor community in North Texas and the greater Dallas community. This full-time

position will work directly under the supervision of the Director of Marketing and

Communications.

Qualifications & Personal Characteristics:

• Candidate requires a bachelor’s degree in journalism, mass communications, public

relations, strategic communications, marketing or related field.

• The ideal candidate possesses demonstrated writing and editing strength through work

samples completed in either an internship and/or in a consultant or full-time role at a

corporation, agency or nonprofit.

• A commitment to engaging donors and prospective donors and knowledge of the Catholic

community is essential.

• Candidate will develop and implement excellent public relations and marketing strategies

across earned, owned and paid channels. The candidate should be professional, joyful,

comfortable talking in public and enjoy researching, writing, editing, recording and

publishing content as directed by the Director of Marketing and Communications and

Vice President of Development.

• The ideal candidate loves the English language, exudes confidence, is a self-starter and

sensitive to editorial and media deadlines, can collaborate with colleagues and outside

vendors and work independently and can also bring and execute effective and breakthrough ideas involving the latest in technology trends.

• Bilingual (English/Spanish) is optimal, but not mandatory.

Responsibilities include:

• Assist in managing e-mail outreach and amplifying news and information on the

Foundation website.

• Research and write articles for the Foundation website, Foundation publications and

social media (e.g. donor profiles, community impact articles, scripts for videos involving

community impact).

• Assist in the preparation of a quarterly analysis of Foundation social media posts.

• Coordinate in the creation of short videos involving Foundation staff and trustees.

discussing charitable giving and third parties sharing community impact stories for the

Foundation’s website and social channels.

• Design and produce a variety of graphic images, animations and other multimedia-rich

applications using Canva, Adobe or other similar software.

• Assist with taking photographs and shooting video at Foundation events and at local

churches, schools and nonprofit organizations.

• Create and edit Flickr and Dropbox photo albums.

• Assist with editing videos and managing the Foundation’s YouTube channel.

• Assist supervisor with the development of monthly calendars and concepts for posts, as

well as job trafficking and scheduling posts.

• Plan communications outreach and project-based marketing and public relations plans.

• Monitor, track and create reports for media interactions by analyzing data and trends.

• Write and share impactful posts about philanthropy, charitable giving and grant

distributions on the Foundation’s social media channels.

Salary Range:

Salary commensurate with experience. The position includes a comprehensive medical plan, paid time off for designated holidays and the opportunity to participate in the Foundation’s matching 403(b) plan.

Communications Specialist

The Catholic Foundation

Dallas, TX
Full Time
In-person
Marketing

The Catholic Foundation is a 501(c) (3) public charity established to receive contributions from

donors, to invest charitable funds prudently and to make charitable grants to the Catholic

community and beyond. The Foundation promotes charitable compassionate giving and

stewardship for individuals and families interested in charitable giving today and/or creating

their philanthropic legacy that addresses needs throughout the community.

The Catholic Foundation is seeking a highly motivated and experienced professional to join their

team as a Development Officer. This individual will assist the Development staff in cultivating a

broad involvement with the Catholic community, existing donors, potential donors, the

professional advisor community in North Texas and the greater Dallas community. This full-time

position will work directly under the supervision of the Vice President of Development.

• Candidate must enjoy engaging with people both professionally and socially. Candidate

must have strong interpersonal skills and be detail-oriented, have a high level of initiative

with strong communication, organization and people skills, experience with donor

relationship management and a proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and

Raiser’s Edge. Candidate should have a strong interest and experience in the work of

nonprofit organizations, evidenced through prior work or volunteer efforts. Candidates

will be expected to have an undergraduate degree. Prior experience in the business,

professional advisor community and/or planned giving experience will also be considered

valuable as well as for profit business development and sales. A commitment to the

cultivation and stewardship of donors and prospective donors and knowledge of the

Catholic community is essential. Bilingual (English/Spanish) is optimal but not

mandatory.

Responsibilities include:

• Identify, evaluate, and cultivate new gifts from individuals

• Nurture relationships with current donors. To provide guidance and counsel to

benefactors regarding present giving programs that are suitable and appropriate for their

charitable giving planning

• Promote the planned giving program of the Foundation, attend continuing education

programs and implement and/or maintain educational programs for prospective donors,

existing donors, the Board of Trustees and the Advisory Council of the Foundation

• Assist the Vice President of Development and the development team in cultivating a

broad involvement with the Catholic Community – particularly membership and

commitment to various Catholic agencies and organizations

• Seek out and respond to requests for group presentations that provide opportunities to

market the Foundation

• Remain technically sound in the area of planned giving and keep informed of current tax

laws and other IRS rulings that affect charitable giving

• Work towards the successful implementation of the Foundation’s annual development

plan

• Attend and represent the Foundation at various events within the community.

Professional personal conduct and appearance is expected at all times

• Support the Vice President of Development as needed

Salary Range:

Salary commensurate with experience. The position includes a comprehensive medical plan, paid time off for designated holidays and the opportunity to participate in the Foundation’s matching 403(b) plan.

Development Officer

The Catholic Foundation

Dallas, TX
Full Time
In-person
Fundraising

Established as an annex to Saint Barnabas Church, the Church of the Ascension has evolved over the years, remaining a beacon of hospitality and vibrancy in the community. Now entering its sixth decade of service, Ascension boasts a thriving parish of over 700 households and a school ministry enrolling over 200 children.

Our liturgical celebrations are the heart of our mission, with increasing attendance reflecting the growing spirit within our parish. We are committed to fostering full, conscious, and active participation in the Eucharist, enriching the faith lives of our parishioners.

In recent years, we've placed renewed focus on religious formation, offering weekly Scripture studies and spiritual renewal programs tailored to various demographics within our community.

Above all, the hallmark of the Church of the Ascension is our welcoming atmosphere, embracing all of God's people with open arms. If you are passionate about community service, spiritual growth, and creating an inclusive environment, we invite you to join us on this journey of faith and service. Join the Church of the Ascension family today!

Ascension Parish is hiring a part or full time Director of Music to plan music for liturgies; direct the choir; schedule cantors and musicians; and accompany weekend, holy day, school, and funeral masses. This position serves roughly 20—40 hours per week starting at a salary of $20k – $50k (as directed by Archdiocesan guidelines).

Director of Music

Ascension Catholic Parish

Louisville, KY
Full Time
In-person
Church and Religious

Thomas More Society (TMS) is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and freedom. Based in Chicago, Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high quality pro bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Position Summary: The Staff Accountant will assist the Director of Finance in preparing and maintaining financial records to track the organization’s assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liabilities, and other related financial activities.

Logistics: Position will be located on-site at the TMS Headquarters in downtown Chicago.

Responsibilities:

• Performs general accounting and other related duties for the organization.

• Prepares monthly balance sheets, income statements, and profit and loss statements.

• Assists the Director of Finance in maintaining the general ledger.

• Codes invoices, sets up new accounts, reconciles accounts, and assists in closing the monthly books.

• Verifies and/or completes payment of invoices associated with accounts payable and ensures payments are charged to the appropriate accounts.

• Assists Director of Finance in providing outside auditors with assistance; gathers

necessary account information and documents to perform annual audit.

• Handles all Accounts Payable processing, payments, and vendor communications.

• Reviews monthly invoices for accuracy.

• Maintains knowledge of acceptable accounting practices and procedures.

• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Experience and Skill Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree in accounting required.

• At least two years of related experience required.

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

• Knowledge of general financial accounting.

• Understanding of and the ability to adhere to generally accepted accounting principles.

• Audit experience a plus.

• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.)

• Must have working knowledge of QuickBooks software.

Mission Requirements:

• Supportive of TMS positions on life, family, and freedom.

• Active faith life in accord with Christian teachings.

Staff Accountant

Thomas More Society

Chicago, IL
Full Time
In-person
Accounting

Mission Statement: The Thomas More Society (TMS) is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and freedom. Based in Chicago, the Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high quality pro bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Position Summary:  

The Legal Assistant/Paralegal provides a wide range of support for the TMS legal team, including litigation support, client management, and day-to-day operational support.

Logistics: Position will be located on-site at the TMS Headquarters in downtown Chicago.

Responsibilities:  

Assist attorneys with legal briefs and other pleadings, including preparing tables, proofreading, ensuring proper formatting under relevant court rules, and electronic filing.

Assist attorneys with hearing and trial preparation, which may include attending hearings and trials.

Draft basic legal pleadings, including notices, and cover letters for attorneys.

Perform basic case docket research and legal research.

Assist attorneys with timekeeping, communication, and calendaring in Clio database; serve as main contact for Clio.

Assist Docket Clerk with docketing tasks as necessary.

Assist attorneys with client emails and other client communications.

Assist attorneys as necessary with individual calendar management.

Make travel arrangements and process reimbursements for attorneys.

Answer and screen client phone calls, including performing case intake functions as necessary.

Assist with creating, documenting, and maintaining written procedures for the TMS legal team, including training manuals and processes.

Experience and Skill Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree with strong academic record.

Demonstrated interest in the work of TMS and/or its clients.

Detail-oriented and highly organized.

Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work.  

Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and professional demeanor.  

Strong knowledge of Microsoft 365 Office Suite, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and OneDrive.

Willingness to learn and master computer programs related to legal field, such as Clio, PACER, Westlaw, and LexisNexis.

Ability to work independently, manage workloads, and meet deadlines.  

Ability to maintain confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information.  

Capacity to collaborate with all levels of management and personnel.  

Positive attitude and ability to work cohesively as part of a team in a small office setting.

Facility to work productively under pressure.  

Refined and professional phone answering skills.

Mission Requirements:

Supportive of TMS positions on life, family, and freedom.

Active faith life in accord with Christian teachings.

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

Thomas More Society

Chicago, IL
Full Time
In-person
Marketing

MULIER CARE

Founded in 2013, Mulier Care is a Catholic non-profit organization inspired by Saint Pope John

Paul II’s apostolic letter Mulieris Dignitatem. Located in Nashville, TN, Mulier Care initially

offered support services to women with a minimal support network who were facing crisis or

unplanned pregnancies. These services included one-on-one support and referrals to social

service organizations. With the launch of the Pregnancy Help Center mobile unit in 2018, Mulier

Care’s services expanded to add pregnancy testing, limited obstetric ultrasound, and pregnancy

decision-making counseling.

MISSION

Mulier Care recognizes the God-given dignity of women and their special role in creation as the

protectors of new human life. Our mission is to serve women who perceive pregnancy as a

crisis. We provide data (pregnancy test results, ultrasound results, information about pregnancy

options) and support to empower these women to choose life. We also provide our clients with

information and assistance with ongoing care throughout pregnancy to equip them to thrive

and parent well.

VISION

Mulier Care’s vision is to create a culture in Nashville that respects the dignity of women and

recognizes the sanctity of human life so completely that abortion becomes obsolete. Through a

grassroots, one-client-at-a-time approach, our vision is for every woman we serve to shift from

focusing on survival during her crisis-pregnancy situation to thriving as a parent or birth

mother, as we walk alongside providing community resources and lasting support.

AREA SERVED

Each year, thousands of women in Nashville face an unexpected pregnancy, and nearly 1,800 of

them turn to abortion. With its mobile approach, Mulier Care offers confidential services and

support to women in need around the region.

WORK

Mulier Care provides a variety of services free of charge to clients, including:

• Pregnancy tests

• Limited obstetric ultrasound

• Pregnancy decision-making counseling and guidance

• A Continuum of Care program that targets each client’s specific needs and includes

referrals to community organizations for support, essential services, and material items.

POSITION PROFILE

Title: RDMS/Sonographer

Classification: Full-Time/Exempt, 25 Hours Per Week

Reports To: Nurse Manager

Position Location: Nashville, TN

POSITION SUMMARY

The RDMS is responsible for providing limited obstetric ultrasound and related services to

clients of the Pregnancy Help Center mobile unit.

Core Functions

• Performs limited obstetric ultrasounds.

• Performs routine cleaning and maintenance of probes according to specifications.

• Communicates compassionately with all clients. Interacts with women who are

experiencing a crisis pregnancy in a non-judgmental way.

• Assures accurate implementation of physician’s orders and plan of care.

• Participates in training new staff, including training RN colleagues to perform limited

obstetric ultrasound.

• Provides fetal development information and answers medical questions pertaining to

ultrasound, pregnancy, and related topics.

• Documents client visits in the client-management system.

• Answers phones and schedules appointments as needed.

• Maintains accurate, confidential records in compliance with HIPAA.

Professionalism & Staff Development

• Maintains ARDMS certification.

• Completes professional continuing education requirements annually.

• Completes additional practice-specific training as needed to adhere to best practices.

Training topics may include OSHA standards, infection control, equipment use and

maintenance, safety practices, and/or clinical systems.

Key Qualifications:

• Dedicated Christian whose beliefs are in agreement with our statement of faith and prolife philosophy.

• Graduate of an accredited RDMS program.

• 2 years of clinical sonography experience with an obstetrical/ gynecological emphasis

preferred.

• ARDMS registered or registry-eligible (must be registered within 90 days from date of

hire).

• Current BLS required.

• Compassionate, non-judgmental, reliable, and encouraging individual who works well

with teens and adults.

• Functions well in crisis and fast-paced situations.

• Bilingual (Spanish/English fluency) preferred.

COMPENSATION PACKAGE

A competitive annual salary will be awarded based upon experience and credentials. Further

details will be discussed in a personal interview.

EEO STATEMENT:

Mulier Care is an equal opportunity employer and makes recruitment, employment,

promotional, and all other Human Resource decisions without regard to race, color, religion,

national origin, age, sex, marital, disability, or veteran status.

OTHER DUTIES:

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing

of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this

job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

RDMS/Sonographer

Mulier Care

Nashville, TN
Full Time
In-person
Healthcare

www.aspectinvestors.com

Aspect Investors (“Aspect” or “Firm”) is a private investment Firm with a unique investment focus. Aspect partners with entrepreneurs who seek to acquire and operate growing, profitable, lower-market private companies. The Firm has deep expertise in Search Funds and related entrepreneurial acquisition vehicles.

Role and Position Title:  Executive Assistant to the Managing Partner

Position Description and Responsibilities:  Aspect Investors is seeking an Executive Assistant to the Managing Partner. This individual will perform a variety of standard administrative duties and tasks, as well as a variety of special projects, on both business and personal fronts for the Managing Partner. To perform this job successfully, an individual must reflect the high-performance culture of the Firm and understand its priorities. Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

General Management

- Provide administrative support to the Managing Partner in a professional manner while maintaining strict confidentiality.

- Understand the Firm’s business and the Managing Partner’s personal affairs, family, schedules, etc.

- Activities and functional areas:

o Manage schedule/calendar, emails, travel/expense, contacts, files.

o Write and edit letters, emails, and other forms of correspondence.

o Manage standing or episodic projects (e.g., corporate holiday gifts and events).

o Manage special projects as needed and assigned.

o Update the CRM.

o Copy, scan, and file (physically/electronically) documents as needed.

o Maintain conference room schedules and assist with scheduling and preparation for guest visits.

- Accessibility from time to time on nights or weekends (if have a timely question, etc.).

- Occasionally provide administrative assistance to the broader team.

Calendar Management

- Coordinate all logistics concerning Managing Partner’s schedule, reviewing to make sure calendar entries are complete and accurate, and preparing calendar of activities and meetings (daily/weekly).

- Ensure materials and/or background information for calls and meeting are in the Managing Partner’s possession (daily/weekly).

- Conduct regular meetings and ad hoc communications to ensure synchronization of calendar.

Email Management

- Ensure constant flow of communication with the Managing Partner regarding upcoming events and meeting requests; proactively manages recurring meetings with select parties.

- Manage the Managing Partner’s e-mail as requested with attention to detail and thoroughness.

Travel & Expense Management

- Track expenses and prepare expense reports.

- Prepare travel itineraries and troubleshoot travel-related issues.

- Organize registration and meeting agendas for conferences and events.

- Support team members on travel booking on occasion, as requested by the Managing Partner.

Position Selection Criteria

- Highly organized with strong attention to detail.

- Works independently and is comfortable doing so.

- Adept at discretion and confidentiality; extremely protective of privacy.

- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proven competencies in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook, and OneNote).

- Prior relevant experience; office manager experience helpful but not required.

- Experience in high-performance environments is strongly preferred.

- Experience in the financial services industry is a plus but not essential.

- Proactive self-starter with keen sense of anticipation to remain two steps ahead of management needs.

- Ability to work in the office during the standard window (e.g., 8:00am-6:00pm Monday-Friday) and be flexible for early arrival or staying late, as needed (infrequently).

- College degree preferred.

Compensation:  Compensation commensurate with experience.

Contact Information:  hello@aspectinvestors.com

Executive Assistant to the Managing Partner

Aspect Investors

Dallas, TX (Uptown area)
Full Time
In-person
Finance

The Legacy of Life Foundation is a pro-life, faith based and mission-driven organization dedicated to saving lives and strengthening families.

The Legacy of Life Foundation, a mission-driven organization dedicated to saving lives and strengthening families, seeks a dynamic Director of Development to serve as a key member of our leadership team. In this role, you will:

*Shape a data-driven fundraising strategy

*Build and lead a dynamic development team

*Exceed fundraising goals, making a direct impact on our mission

*Forge strong partnerships with major donors.

*Join a vibrant, mission-focused community

The Legacy of Life Foundation offers a competitive salary, a 401K with an employer contribution, health benefits, generous PTO, and more!

This is a great position for a mission-aligned development professional who has the skill set to lead a development team with passion and purpose and enjoys using data to inform strategies to achieve results!

Requirements include:

*Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline

*3+ years of successful nonprofit fundraising

*Proven leadership in team management

*Strong analytical and organizational skills

*Excellent communication and presentation skills

*Adherence to mission and core values including faith-based, empathy, commitment, teamwork and growth.

*Ability to travel within the five counties of Southeastern Pennsylvania

*Valid Driver's License and access to reliable transportation with insurance coverage.

Submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to:

denis@legacyoflifefoundation.org

About the Employer

Pro-life Crisis Pregnancy Center

Director of Development

Legacy of Life Foundation

Bucks County, PA
Full Time
In-person
Operations

Ascension Parish is hiring a music minister to plan music for liturgies; direct the choir; schedule cantors and musicians; and accompany weekend, holy day, school, and funeral masses. This position serves roughly 20 hours per week starting at a salary of $20k - $25k, and could even be full-time, depending on the person's skill set.

Part-Time Music Minister

Ascension Parish Louisville

Louisville, KY
Part Time
In-person
Church and Religious

Title: Social Media Specialist

Help Catholics grow in their faith by assisting in the implementation of a far-reaching social media strategy aimed at winning souls for Christ!

This is a Full-time position located in Colorado (with a possibility for hybrid options).

Enjoy a faithfully Catholic work culture providing opportunities for personal, professional, and faith-centric growth. Daily Mass and confession are available onsite.

Compensation is $60,000-$65,000 annually, plus a competitive benefits package, generous paid time off, retirement plan, and more.

This role requires a bachelor’s degree in marketing, Communications, or a similar field (master’s degree preferred), and two or more years of experience in social media marketing. Candidates must possess knowledge and understanding of social media channels, photography and videography, media relationship management tools, Canva, Creative Cloud, Agile Marketing, HubSpot, etc. Experience with Meta Business Suite, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, and influencer marketing is required.

Ideal candidates will be collaborative, communicative, organized, and efficient, and possess a servant’s heart desirous of serving Christ.

Social Media Specialist

Sòl Recruiting, Coaching, Consulting

Denver, CO
Full Time
Hybrid
Technology

Mother and Unborn Baby Care was founded in 1984 to help protect the unborn and their mothers from abortion through no-cost services including high-quality ultrasound, peer counseling, and infant material support for up to two years. Our small but vibrant team serves 400+ women each year!

MAUBC is growing, and we are seeking a new team member to help us move the mission forward!  We seek a generalist who can do it all – answer phones, be proficient in data entry, peer-counsel, thrive in a busy but organized Christ-centered atmosphere, and convey the utmost in compassion to women experiencing unexpected pregnancies.

Currently, the position is part-time (business hours are M-F, 10-5), but it could grow into full-time in the near future. Candidates must possess an understanding of and respect for the Catholic faith and pro-life position.

Receptionist/First Responder

Mother and Unborn Baby Care (a Pregnancy Resource Center)

Southfield, MI
Part Time
In-person
Social Work

The St. Josemaria Institute is a non-profit organization located near Chicago, Illinois. Since 2006 our team has been creating and producing devotional resources, publications, digital content, podcasts, and special programs with the goal of spreading the teachings and spirituality of St. Josemaria Escriva, priest and founder of Opus Dei, to inspire people in their daily life of faith.

The St. Josemaria Institute is seeking an Editor & Program Coordinator who has a passion for evangelization and faith-based content creation.

The Editor & Program Coordinator assists in establishing the editorial vision and strategy of the St. Josemaria Institute. He or she is responsible for overseeing the planning, editing and publication of content for the website, podcast, digital publications, and communications platforms. He or she also contributes to creating digital resources and developing programs that help to further our mission to spread devotion to St. Josemaria Escriva through the inspiration and transmission of his life, writings, and spirituality.

The ideal candidate is independently motivated, highly organized, manages time well, and enjoys creative projects that require an eye for graphic design, audio/visual storytelling, superior writing skills, and attention to detail. The Editor & Program Coordinator will work closely with and reports to the Executive Director.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

- Explore the biography and writings of St. Josemaria, and new publications, research, and studies about him, to create and publish engaging content for the St. Josemaria Institute website, newsletter, emails, and social media.

- Assist with planning the annual calendar and topics for the St. Josemaria Institute Podcast, coordinate with the contributors, and publish the weekly episodes.

- Oversee quality control of all content ensuring that it is engaging, historically and theologically correct, supports our mission, and follows established editorial policies.

- Write occasional editorials, interviews, and articles for publication.

- Monitor feedback and analytics to ensure optimal results, and to help increase reach and engagement.

- Occasionally represent the St. Josemaria Institute at conferences, meetings, and special events.

- Work with the Executive Director to create and manage annual budget and organizational objectives.

- Introduce and oversee new programs, publications, and digital resources.

- Perform other duties and tasks as required.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

- College degree in communications, marketing, theology, or related field.

- 3+ years of work experience in communications, publishing, education, ministry, or related field.

- Knowledge of the teachings and practices of the Catholic Church.

- Understanding of the message and spirituality of St. Josemaria.

- Demonstrated knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn platforms.

- Proficient in WordPress and/or similar website management system(s).

- Familiarity with email marketing platforms like Mailchimp.

- Experience with audio/video editing and graphic design tools preferred.

- Ability to tailor messaging for audiences according to platforms and relevant data.

- Excellent writing, editing, presentation and communication skills.

Editor & Program Coordinator

St. Josemaria Institute

Downers Grove, Illinois
Full Time
Hybrid
Technology

MULIER CARE

Mulier Care assists low-income women during and following pregnancy to encourage them to

choose life and enable them to care for themselves and their children. Mulier Care proposes to

provide direct support, including pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and to assist women in

obtaining services from other organizations in the community, all of which promotes the

sanctity of human life.

VISION

Mulier Care operates a mobile medical Pregnancy Help Center to be the first-place

abortion-determined women visit when they have a crisis or unplanned pregnancy.

MISSION

Mulier Care is a non-profit based in Nashville, TN that helps women who have a minimal

support network and who are facing crisis or unplanned pregnancies. It assists women in their

initial decision and provides them with a continuum of care to support them during their

pregnancy and equip them to parent well. Mulier Care recognizes the God-given dignity of

women and their special role in creation as the protectors of unborn life, and it aims to

empower them to be champions for the lives of their children.

AREA SERVED

Each year, thousands of women in Nashville face unexpected pregnancies, and nearly 1,800

look to abortion as the solution to their problem. With its mobile approach, Mulier Care can

offer services and support women need around the region— all in a confidential and

professional environment.

WORK

Mulier Care provides a variety of services free of charge to clients, including

• Self-administered pregnancy tests

• One-on-one client advocacy sessions

• Decision-making counseling

• Personalized referral plans for essential support services

• Additional resources, such as material items needed for their pre-born child or children

• Enrollment in "Mother-to Mother," a comprehensive parent-education course providing

important and practical developmental information which allows parents to earn

necessities such as clothing, diapers, strollers, highchairs, etc.

• A Continuum of Care program that provides the resources a woman or family needs to

support them through their decision to choose life.

POSITION PROFILE

Title: Executive Director

Classification: Full Time/Exempt, 40 Hours Per Week

Reports To: Board of Directors

Direct Reports: All Staff and Volunteers

Position Location: Nashville, TN

POSITION SUMMARY

Has full responsibility for Mulier Care, which includes implementation of the policies and

procedures approved by the Board of Directors, within the parameters of the budget. The

primary areas of responsibility will be administrative, development, medical services oversight

and community relations/public relations.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

The Executive Director works closely with the staff and board to manage and grow the

organization through seven primary endeavors:

Administrative:

• Provide leadership, direction, and supervision to all staff and volunteers.

• Conduct yearly written and oral evaluations of personnel.

• Coordinate with Treasurer and staff on annual budget that is presented to the Board of

Directors for approval.

• Oversee and ensure that accurate and current financial records are kept and reported to

the Board monthly.

• Oversee expenditures for budgeted expenses of Mulier Care and oversee procurement

requests.

• Oversee the compilation of statistical reports, accurate record keeping, and report to

the Board of Directors monthly.

• Maintain policies and procedures manual for the operation of Mulier Care.

• Ensure compliance with all Mulier Care policies and procedures and coordinate the

approval and implementation of all new policies with the Nurse Manager.

• Attend all Board meetings and present a detailed, written, monthly report.

• Hold regular meetings with staff to discuss client and staff needs, progress, goal setting,

and implementation.

• Coordinate and maintain a yearly calendar for the ministry and implementation for

special events.

• Maintain close relationships with current donors and strive to increase new donor base.

• Ensure Mulier Care always complies with all relevant federal, state and local laws.

• Establish a succession plan for all key staff members and medical director, in

consultation with Board members.

• Establish and supervise the Mulier Care’s risk management program, in consultation

with insurance advisors and Board members.

Training:

• Aid Nurse Manager with volunteer trainings.

• Oversee and supervise volunteers training and staff meetings.

Development:

• Plan, conduct, and work with a committee to execute major fund-raising activities.

• Develop and execute programs to appeal to church mission boards for financial support.

• Communicate regularly with donors.

• Develop ongoing pledge programs for individuals and corporate sponsors.

• Lead the expansion and visibility of the Mulier Care ministry in the community.

• Produce strategic objectives and goals to accomplish the ministry goals of the Mulier

Care.

Medical:

• Manage Mulier Care’s relationship with the Medical Director.

• Ensure the medical staff complies at all times with doctor’s standing orders, policies and

procedures.

• Ensure Mulier Care complies at all times with all relevant federal, state and local laws.

Public Relations:

• Educate the local community, including churches, pastors, community groups, and the

professional community about Mulier Care’s ministry, the sanctity of human life, the

goal of obtaining support, and involvement with the ministry.

• Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with pastors and churches in the

community.

• Develop and maintain relationships with other ministries/organizations that meet client

needs.

• Represent the ministry and services of Mulier Care to the community and media.

• Develop, oversee, and revise promotional materials used in presenting Mulier Care to

clients, the community, and churches.

• Work closely with the Board of Directors to promote public awareness of the ministry

through advertisements and church presentations.

Leadership:

• Works in conjunction with the Board of Directors to develop strategies and plans for

staff, volunteers, and donors to engage in the ministry.

• Serves to work collaboratively towards Mulier Care’s mission.

Management:

• Ensures the correct record keeping of all client records are following HIPAA.

• Recruits and leads volunteers for program tasks and programs providing the support

necessary for their success.

• Oversees the planning, resourcing, and executing of all programs, services, trainings,

and donor events.

DESIRED CHARCTERISTICS

Character:

• A growing maturity of Christian faith.

• A vocational conviction for the work of social work.

Competence:

• A manager who leads by example, leads a team with a collaborative spirit of excellence,

exemplifies the values and ethics of the organization.

• Exceptional verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

• Communicates Mulier Care’s mission and values to a broad audience.

• Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.

• Strong strategic and analytical skills with demonstrated problem solving ability.

• Experienced listener and communicator in crisis situations.

• Compassionate, non-judgmental, encouraging, authentic personality that

can work with teens as well as adults.

• Flexible and able to take direction.

• Ability to work in a fast paced and evolving environment

• Knowledge of legal and ethical considerations related to patient information

Chemistry with Culture:

• Comfortable working in a high paced environment.

• Shows personal initiative and follow through, does not fear taking the lead on projects;

does not need constant supervision or resort to passive aggressive behavior to

complete their jobs.

• Must be able to thrive in the Nashville area.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

The Executive Director should:

• Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as

Savior and Lord.

• Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life

• Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statements of Faith, Principle, Vision and

Mission, and policies of Mulier Care.

• Preferably have a college degree.

• Have experience as a volunteer or employee in ministry.

• Must have experience in marketing, fundraising, and public relations/development.

• Exhibit strong leadership skills, including interpersonal communication, public speaking,

writing, and effective media relations.

• Be able to provide spiritual leadership, discipleship, encouragement and direction for

the staff members and volunteers.

• Be able to develop and implement the strategic plans and goals for the Mulier Care.

• Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision.

COMPENSATION PACKAGE

A competitive annual salary will be awarded based upon experience and credentials. Further

details will be discussed in a personal interview.

EEO STATEMENT:

Mulier Care is an equal opportunity employer and makes recruitment, employment,

promotional, and all other Human Resource decisions without regard to race, color, religion,

national origin, age, sex, marital, disability, or veteran status.

OTHER DUTIES:

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing

of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this

job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Executive Director

Mulier Care

Nashville, TN
Full Time
In-person
Healthcare

Regina Caeli Academy is an accredited PreK-12 Classical homeschool hybrid academy for Catholic families, located in cities across the US. Our five-day-a-week program provides a timeless, content rich-curriculum in the classical method, with instruction in morality and virtuous living. We provide in-classroom lessons two times a week and in-home lesson plans that support parents the other three days a week. Our students are immersed in a community of like-minded teachers who model virtuous living and the pursuit of intellectual and heavenly achievement.

This position is for a part-time 4th and 5th grade teacher. Tutors will be expected to follow the lesson plans provided by Regina Caeli, lead engaging lessons, effectively manage a classroom of students, and communicate professionally with administrators and parents.

As a national organization, RCA offers tutoring in a Socratic classroom setting on Mondays and Thursdays. The positions are hourly, and childcare is provided. Please see our Vacation and Holy Days here. No additional vacation days given (accommodations made for sick days as needed).

Applicants must be able to sign an Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church and have a deep love for the Catholic faith. Curriculum and grading guidelines are provided. Tutors focus on providing instruction and formation according to RCA standards.

All staff complete a background check and Safe Child training prior to teaching at Regina Caeli Academy.

Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 8:45am - 3:45pm.

4th & 5th Grade Tutor

Regina Caeli Academy

Charlotte, NC
Part Time
Hybrid
Education

Holy Rosary Parish is a vibrant and diverse congregation of 800 familiescommitted to living out our mission: to form ordinary saints and friends ofJesus Christ. We dedicate our efforts to leading others towards meaningfulencounters with Him and seek to live united in Jesus Christ. Our parish is aplace for worship as well as a community actively engaged in spiritual growthand outreach serving the Donelson neighborhood of Nashville for 70 years,especially the parish school of Holy Rosary Academy.

Are you ready to embark on a fulfilling journey that combines your passion for evangelization with your expertise in communications? Holy Rosary Catholic Parish is looking for a leadership team member with vision to bring our parish mission and vision to life.

About Us

Holy Rosary Parish is a vibrant and diverse congregation of 800 families committed to living out our mission: to form ordinary saints and friends of Jesus Christ. We dedicate our efforts to leading others towards meaningful encounters with Him and seek to live united in Jesus Christ. Our parish is a place for worship as well as a community actively engaged in spiritual growth and outreach serving the Donelson neighborhood of Nashville for 70 years, especially the parish school of Holy Rosary Academy.

What's in It for You?

• Be a Pivotal Player: Play a integral role in growing and shaping our faith community. Your work will directly impact lives and create lasting connections within our parish.

• Lead with Creativity: Use your gifts for digital and print communications to tell our story in compelling ways, reaching hearts and minds both within and beyond our parish             boundaries.

• Empower and Inspire: Manage and inspire a dedicated team of staff across various ministries who will report to you. Your leadership will foster a collaborative and spirited environment.

• Drive Innovation: Serve with other leaders including our Business Operations Director and Academy Principal on the parish leadership team in direct support of the pastor. Your ideas will help to further the pastor’s vision.

• Further the Mission: Your role in developing and facilitating the Parish Pastoral Council will be instrumental in steering our parish towards its mission of forming ordinary saints and friends of Jesus Christ.

Your Contribution

• Live and breathe our parish mission and vision.

• Be the driving force behind managing parish communications and office/ministry staff.

• Skillfully manage facility use and event scheduling.

• Collaborate with finance personnel for ministry budgeting.

Who Are We Looking For?

• Someone highly organized, personally responsible, and team-focused.

• A digital and print communications maestro with HR management experience.

• An initiator who's adept at managing processes and supervising teams.

• A heart for Catholic parish ministry, including the expectation of presence on some nights and weekends as well as familiarity with liturgical practices, parish community dynamics, and theological foundations.

What We Offer

• Competitive compensation and benefits for a full-time, in-person, exempt position.

• A supportive working environment where you report directly to the Pastor.

Director of Communications and Parish Life

Holy Rosary Catholic Parish

Nashville, TN
Full Time
In-person
Church and Religious

Named after St. André Bessette, Andre House exists to make God known, loved, and served. Located in Central Phoenix, AZ, our primary focus is to offer the Corporal Works of Mercy to all who come through our doors. In practical terms, we offer food, clothing, hygiene, and basic services to people experiencing homelessness and poverty.  

We were founded in 1984 by two priests from the Congregation of Holy Cross. In the tradition of Holy Cross and the Catholic Worker Movement, we offer simple hospitality to those who come to our door every day.

The Volunteer Coordinator will need to understand and embrace the vision, mission, and goals of Andre House of Arizona. This person is responsible for overseeing Volunteer activities within Andre House of Arizona, with special emphasis on conveying the vision, mission, and purpose of the organization. The Volunteer Coordinator should be passionate about Volunteer work and have an excellent understanding of the parishes within the Diocese of Phoenix, written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and great organizational and scheduling abilities.  It is also critical to the success of the candidate to demonstrate the ability and desire to work in a mission-driven organization.

Additionally, this position will support the executive team with basic administrative responsibilities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Schedule individual and group volunteers utilizing our online Volunteer Hub software.

• Recruitment, retention, and recognition of volunteers.

• Welcome and orient new volunteers.

• Market and promote volunteer opportunities.

• Keeping new and existing volunteers informed about the organization and volunteer opportunities.

• Maintaining the Volunteer database and customizing it to meet Andre House needs.

• Matching volunteers to opportunities and ensuring they understand their responsibilities.

• Generating reports of volunteers’ work, both for individuals and groups.

• Connecting with the parishes of the Diocese of Phoenix.

• Assist in reconciling data between Volunteer Hub and the Salsa CRM donor management system.

• Updating volunteer codes of conduct and operating procedures to uphold the organization’s values.

• Coordination of social media communications.

Volunteer Coordinator

Andre House

Phoenix, AZ
Full Time
In-person
Church and Religious

St. Andrew School is a Classical Catholic School.  We are WCEA Accredited.  While not all families and students are Catholic, everyone fully participates in and supports the Catholic curriculum taught in classes as well as scheduled Mass and chapel events (as appropriate). Catholic families are strongly encouraged to attend weekly Mass at the Catholic church of their choice. Other Christian families are encouraged to regularly attend their church of choice. Non-Catholic families/students do not participate in the sacraments of the Catholic church, but are still expected to participate in the other aspects of Mass and chapel.

Everyone at St. Andrew is encouraged to embrace classical learning at school and at home. A love of classical literature is nurtured in homes where quality books and periodicals are readily available and reading is a natural part of family life.

Parents are their child’s first and primary educator. Parents ensure their child is prepared for the classroom and able to self-regulate (age appropriately) and participate in learning so as not to disrupt classroom progress. Parents support teacher efforts to lovingly and professionally help students develop virtue and character.

Role Description

This is a full-time on-site role located in Helena, MT for an English Teacher at St. Andrew School, a classical Catholic community. The teacher will be responsible for instructing students and creating lesson plans to help develop the students' reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. They may also be responsible for curriculum development and meeting with parents, as well as participating in faculty meetings and professional development activities.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in English or Education or a related field.

Teaching certification or licensure (if applicable).

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Ability to work collaboratively with other educators, parents and students.

Knowledge of teaching best practices and innovative teaching techniques.

Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; ability to multi-task and communicate effectively with students, parents, staff and administrators.

Experience working with students in a classroom environment is preferred but not required.

English/Humanities Teacher

St. Andrew School

Helena, MT
Full Time
In-person
Education
Client Relations Specialist

Corporate Travel

Northville, MI
Full Time
In-person
Administration

Please see full job description here:  https://www.ctscentral.net/travel-careers/project-manager

Project Manager

Corporate Travel

Northville, MI
Full Time
In-person
Office Management

The Catholic Pro-Life Community "Leads the Respect Life Community of North Texas in Fostering the Dignity of Life at All Stages.” We do this by leading the community on all Respect Life issues; supporting and healing those in need; and connecting parishes to the works that promote life. We LEAD the community; We SUPPORT moms and babies in need; HEAL those women and men who suffer the pain of a past abortion experience; and CONNECT with parishes in the Diocese of Dallas.

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Youth Outreach Manager is responsible for building relationships with parish youth ministry teams and school educators, coordinators, and leaders, researching needs, building content, and identifying opportunities for “Culture of Life” talks and events for youth within the Diocese of Dallas.  The is a full-time position and includes some evenings and weekends throughout the year.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Work with the Catholic Pro-Life Community Parish Engagement Team to develop and establish working relationships with parish middle school and high school Youth Ministers, Schools and Diocesan staff.  

Research, understand and assess parish Youth Ministers’/Schools’ needs and topics to help build a Culture of Life.  

Develop content and programs which provide interactive dignity of life talks and presentations for youth.  Identify opportunities to incorporate content to empower middle school and high school teens in the cause of life.  Ability to speak to middle school and high schoolers on the sanctity of life topics.  

KEY QUALIFICATIONS:

• Passion for Protection of Life.  A heartfelt desire to join a community dedicated to the most important cause – Life.  Have the passion to provide Dignity of Life information to youth in the diocesan parishes and schools.  

• Teachable and Adaptable. Willing to learn and work cooperatively with team members and parish team members to provide superior education and resources to youth ministries and youth in the diocese.  Ability to work effectively with individuals (volunteers, team members and youth) at all levels of the organization and community with tenacity and effective follow through.

• Developmental Creativity. Possess an intuitive sense to understand needs and create and develop culture of life programs for use by parish Youth Ministers.  These programs would be designed to encourage knowledge of the dignity of life from conception to natural death.  

• Communication Skills.  Possess outstanding relationship-building skills and oral and written communication skills.  Must meet with stakeholders and utilize a range of communication aspects including in-person meetings, phone calls, online meetings, and emails.  

• Foundational Experience.  Strong work ethic in regard to carrying out a plan.

Demonstrated ability to achieve designated goals through individual contribution and team-oriented solutions.  Bachelor’s degree in a field such as Theology or Catechesis and 3-5 years’ work/volunteer experience in youth ministry is essential.  Excellent attention to detail and solid experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) is necessary.

All employees and volunteers of the CPLC are to exercise faithful stewardship of the time, talent, and resources at their disposal and those of their co-workers in achieving the results that will be most worthy of the prayers, sacrifices, and generosity of our supporters.  This is manifested through active membership in a parish/faith community in good standing with the Church, acceptance of the magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church with detailed understanding of the teachings on the life issues and compliance with the Diocese’s Safe Environment Program.

Youth Outreach Manager

Catholic Pro-Life Community of Dallas

Dallas, TX
Full Time
In-person
Church and Religious

Decided Excellence Catholic Media (DE) is a rapidly growing company that produces high-quality monthly magazines featuring parish members, hyper-local niche content that is God, family, and community centered. DE's mission is to strengthen local faith/parish communities by focusing on what is most important to them: their family and faith. Our magazines are known for their exceptional content and high engagement rates.

This is an independent contract role for an Executive Salesperson and Entrepreneur

The role is located in Denver, CO, but there are various other locations in other cities throughout the country as well.

Day-to-day tasks include:

Prospecting

-Cultivating new business through cold-calling, dropping into businesses, reaching out to referrals you generate, and networking.

-Maintaining relationships with existing clients and identifying opportunities for upselling.

-Collaborating with DE's team of mentors on how to best run your own business and maximize your number of partnerships/sales - brainstorming together is a key factor in being a builder in this business

-Analyzing sales data and developing strategies to increase revenue

-Deciding to be excellent at what you do while embracing servant leadership, joyful spirit, humility, trust, and reliability through the work you do and each interaction you have.

Qualifications

-Sales and Business Development skills and/or a GREAT growth mindset - being COACHABLE is a must.

-Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

-Ability to work independently and with a mentor

-Experience in print or digital advertising is a plus but not necessary

-Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or a related field are pluses, but not required

Executive Salesperson and Entrepreneur

Decided Excellence Catholic Media

Greater Philadelphia, PA
Full Time
Hybrid
Sales

Napa Legal is a Catholic nonprofit that works to protect faith-based organizations so they can achieve their missions. Napa Legal focuses on three key programs: All Access, an online library of courses and materials for nonprofit leaders; the Good Counselor Project, a network of attorneys of faith and complementary fellowship program; and the Faith and Freedom Index, an annual index scoring state friendliness to faith-based nonprofits.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Program Coordinator will support the mission of Napa Legal in key aspects of Napa Legal programs, including both in-person and virtual events. He or she will also oversee and update all social media and support the implementation of external communications and marketing objectives. Additionally, the Program Coordinator will provide key operational support on the programming team for The Good Counselor Project and assist with its management. Specifically, the Program Coordinator will:

- Manage all aspects of event planning and hosting;

- Manage relationships with vendors and allied organizations for events;

- Support the operation of The Good Counselor Project Fellowship, including

  application management, preparation of materials, and related event planning,

  under the direction of the Program Director;

- Strategize, design, and implement social media and outreach strategies and

  content; and

- Handle various administrative, operations, and special projects assigned by the

  Executive Director.

REQUIRED SKILLS

Strong candidates for the Program Coordinator role are self-starters comfortable with managing event planning and logistics, exercising creativity and program solving skills, handling autonomy in their projects, and working well in a fast-paced environment. All Team Members at Napa Legal are committed to excellence, have a strong work ethic and sense of self-motivation, understand the role of faith-based institutions in our society, and desire to serve and strengthen these institutions. All qualified candidates will be considered, and interested entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply. Stand-out candidates will be willing to expand their skill set through participation in full-team projects as needed.

Required skills include:

- Excellent organizational skills;

- Exceptional problem-solving skills;

- Strong entrepreneurial spirit and creativity;

- Meticulous, detail-oriented approach to Napa Legal publications;

- Strong ability to self-direct with limited supervision;

- Ability to work collaboratively and motivate others;

- Ability to handle sensitive, confidential information;

- Proficiency in MS Office (including Excel, SharePoint, Teams);

- Team player with excellent written and verbal communication skills; and

- Experience with or willingness to learn new software programs, including

 Salesforce, Canva, AirTable, and others.

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

- Bachelor’s degree, ideally in Communications, Marketing, or a related field

- A demonstrated interest in religious liberty and Catholic culture-building

- Internship or work experience in think tanks or advocacy groups preferred

- Entry-level candidates are welcome and encouraged to apply.

FAITH COMMITMENT

Responding to Christ’s call to all the faithful to work in his vineyard (cf. Christifideles Laicipara. 3), all Napa Legal Team Members are expected to:

- Be practicing Catholics who are in communion with the Roman Pontiff and faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church

- Exhibit the uprightness of life proper to a Christian in accordance with Catholic moral teaching

- Regularly participate in the Church’s sacramental life

- Work collaboratively with leadership, staff members, and representatives of other organizations working at the forefront of religious freedom and freedom of conscience (Alliance Defending Freedom, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, The Federalist Society, etc.)

HOURS AND LOCATION

40 hours per week; some weekends and weeknights will be required; up to 25 nights of travel annually.

SALARY

Salary commensurate with experience.

Program Coordinator

Napa Legal Institute

Washington, DC
Full Time
In-person
Administration

Clients hire USDP as their digital marketing partner because they like working with us, we become an extension of their team, and we make them better. We critically examine new web technologies and online marketing trends, capitalizing on the ever-changing digital landscape.

Note: We are not a remote company. We do our best work face-to-face in the beautiful City of Cincinnati, in a great office.

USDP has an opening for a Business Development Leader (a.k.a, a digital marketing sales champion). If you love introducing companies to a better path for their digital marketing, then this position is for you. At USDP, we don’t just say we are going to improve a company’s brand. We deliver for our clients what other agencies wish they could: Results.

Our services include brand strategy, messaging, website design and development, digital advertising, search engine optimization, video production, and more. We become an extension of our clients’ marketing team, and our clients love working with us because we are real.

Sales Leader

Your primary job at USDP is prospecting and closing the right kind of new clients. This starts with consistently identifying target companies, reaching out, and initiating that first conversation about their digital marketing.    

This sales leader role makes you the first impression of USDP, so you need to be a fantastic communicator, a pleasure to speak with, and a trusted advisor. We want prospects to be excited about what they can accomplish when they finish talking to you.

Here are some of the qualities that will make you an all-star at USDP:

- A proven ability to cultivate and build new client relationships

- The ability to write and communicate exceptionally well

- Know how to identify prospective clients and qualify opportunities

- Have experience in growing a company’s market share for the digital marketing services we offer

- Build trust with clients to win deals

- Adaptable to any situation

- A strategic mind, great organizational skills and attention to detail, and the ability to proactively recommend solutions to help our clients stand out

- Even-tempered, respectful, and willing to collaborate with and harness a team of super talented people

- Pride in your work ethic

- Confident and comfortable with the demands this role will require

Specifically, you’ll be handling day-to-day business development responsibilities including:

- Research, identify, and generate new business opportunities

- Develop relationships with and pursue potential clients

- Creatively write and design new business proposals and presentations

- Effectively pitch proposals to prospects

- Manage ongoing relationships with clients, as well as their project needs

- Partner with the account management team to ensure client goals are met  

- Understand our digital services and work closely with clients and prospects to upsell services

- Develop a strong referral network

- Generate ongoing revenue opportunities and client success through digital advertising, hosting, proactive maintenance, search engine consulting, and more

- Be a problem solver who will constantly be resolving both simple and complex challenges for clients and your team

Our ideal candidate possesses:

- A Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years of digital marketing sales experience  

- A clear understanding and love for technology. You don’t have to be a programmer, but you must know how websites, apps, and other digital stuff work—an iPhone and social networking accounts won’t cut it.

- A knack for effectively collaborating with multidisciplinary teams

- The ability to work with and manage other internal resources in order to execute against clients’ project needs

- An interest and comfort level in standing in front of a client or room full of people and presenting your ideas

Benefits Include:

- Full-time salary

- Bonuses twice a year based on performance

- Health insurance

- 401k + matching

- Paid time off

- 8-10 national holidays every year

- A debt-free company that likes to invest in employees and the future

- Paid-for downtown Cincinnati parking

- Continued professional development with training & conferences

- A healthy culture with people who care about each other

- A focus on small to medium size clients who are great to work with

- A growing company with skills that are in demand and team members who are happy

- Employee referral bonus

- Casual office environment

Digital Marketing Sales Leader

US Digital Partners

Cincinnati, OH
Part Time
In-person
Marketing

We understand how confusing and difficult the fast moving digital world can be. Having big goals, but limited resources shouldn't hold you back. US Digital Partners has helped hundreds of companies capitalize on the web and grow. Our 4-step process to digital marketing success is the place to start. Branding, messaging, website design, website development, video production, digital advertising, SEO, and much more.

Note: We are not a remote company. We do our best work face-to-face in the beautiful City of Cincinnati, in a great office.

Digital Account Manager

Most organizations waste a lot of money on the web. We exist to change that!

US Digital Partners guides companies through a simple, 4-step process to achieve new digital growth. We don’t just say we are going to improve a company’s brand. At USDP, we plan, design, build, measure, and improve their digital marketing to deliver new growth.

What we create for our clients delivers what other agencies only wish they could produce: measurable results. Our services include brand strategy, identity design, website design and development, phone apps, digital advertising, search engine optimization, video production, and more. We become an extension of our clients’ marketing team, and our clients love working with us because we are real.

The Opportunity:

USDP has an exciting career opportunity as a Digital Account Manager in our Cincinnati HQ. The Digital Account Manager will serve as the point person and project lead for many client relationships. This role requires an individual who can combine their solid understanding of the digital marketing industry, extraordinary organizational skills, drive to push projects forward, and relationship-building skills to quickly earn trust and confidence with our clients.

Some of the qualities that will make you an all-star at USDP include:

- You are a clear and effective writer and communicator.

- You are adaptable to any situation.

- You possess a strategic mind, great organizational skills and attention to detail, and the ability to proactively recommend solutions to help our clients stand out.

- You are even-tempered, respectful, a good manager, and willing to collaborate with and harness a team of super talented people.

- You take great pride in your work ethic.

- You are confident and comfortable with the demands this role will require.

- You seek ownership of projects and understand that you play a key part in their success.

- You are an effective project manager. You’ll be measured by happy clients.

Specifically, you’ll be handling the day-to-day Account Management responsibilities on multiple accounts and/or projects. You’ll need to be:

- A partner with Business Development to help foster client relationships and drive projects towards completion on-time and on-budget.

- Impeccably organized with the ability to drive projects from start to finish, using tools such as: Basecamp (project management tool), Google Drive, and Keynote (presentations) to juggle communication, scoping requirements, timelines, tasks, and budgets.

- An excellent communicator and presenter. The need to over-communicate, manage expectations, and collaborate on different points of view while incorporating other people’s ideas into the project is paramount.

- A self-starter. We are a flat organization so you will need to work well without direction and have an ability to set aside egos to build something amazing with the USDP team.

- A problem solver who will constantly be resolving both simple and complex challenges for clients and your team.

- Prepared to manage day-to-day communications between the client and our internal team. Often you will have to take complex issues or technologies and reframe them for internal and external audiences. You are viewed as the ultimate translator.

Our ideal candidate possesses:

- A Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years of interactive/digital agency experience (or comparable) working on digital/social strategies + campaigns, including some client-facing experience.

- A clear understanding and love for technology. You don’t have to be a programmer, but you must know how websites, apps, and other digital stuff work, not just have an iPhone and social networking accounts.

- The ability to effectively collaborate with multidisciplinary teams so that all participants feel equally invested in strategies and executions and keep everyone in the know and in a position to succeed.

- Ability to work with and manage other internal resources to execute clients’ project needs. While others with more seniority may be the lead relationship manager, the client needs to see you as a trusted, knowledgeable surrogate in their absence.

- An interest and comfort level in standing in front of a client or room full of peers and giving your opinion or a presentation.

Benefits Include:

- Great paychecks

- 401k + matching

- Health Insurance

- Bonuses twice a year based on performance

- 15 days paid time off every year

- Off Christmas through New Years

- 8-10 national holidays every year

- Maternity leave

- A debt-free company that likes to invest in employees and the future

- Paid-for downtown Cincinnati parking

- Continued professional development with training and conferences

- A healthy culture with people who care about each other

- A mix of clients from Fortune 500 to family-owned companies and everything in-between

- A growing company with skills that are in demand and team members who are happy

- Employee referral bonus

- Casual office environment, but we work from our office in Cincinnati

- Many social and culture building events that might involve alcohol

- Working with some of the best clients on the planet

We are growing, and everyone we hire helps shape who we are. If you get excited about change and are seeking an opportunity to join an agency at the forefront of creating it, we’d love to hear from you. Click here to start the conversation.

Marketing Account Manager

US Digital Partners

Cincinnati, OH
Full Time
In-person
Marketing

We understand how confusing and difficult the fast moving digital world can be. Having big goals, but limited resources shouldn't hold you back. US Digital Partners has helped hundreds of companies capitalize on the web and grow. Our 4-step process to digital marketing success is the place to start. Branding, messaging, website design, website development, video production, digital advertising, SEO, and much more.

Note: We are not a remote company. We do our best work face-to-face in the beautiful City of Cincinnati, in a great office.

US Digital Partners has a job opening for a Digital Advertising Analyst in Cincinnati. US Digital Partners designs and builds great looking websites that produce the results our clients are looking for. The digital analyst will create and optimize advertising campaigns to drive quality visitors to these awesome websites.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

You’ll work with our analyst team to create digital ad campaigns in Google AdWords, Facebook, Bing Ads and more. You will work on all aspects of the campaigns, including keyword targeting, search ads, audience segmenting, bidding, and reporting. The ideal candidate will have experience in Google Analytics and Microsoft Excel. You’ll gather data from multiple data sources to develop a variety of KPIs to optimize campaign performance and present reports and recommendations to the team and clients.

USDP is an agency in downtown Cincinnati that designs and builds award-winning websites, has fun in and out of the office, and has great benefits, like a matching 401k plan. Fill out our career form for the digital advertising job opening and let us know you can tackle the data.

EXPERIENCE “MUST HAVE” LIST:

- Bachelor’s degree

- 1-5 years digital analytics experience

- Strong analytical skills

- Ability to manage multiple projects

- Intermediate understanding of Microsoft Excel

- Enthusiasm for technology

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

- Great paychecks

- 401k + matching

- Health Insurance

- Bonuses twice a year based on performance

- 15 days paid time off every year

- Off Christmas through New Years

- 8-10 national holidays every year

- Maternity leave

- A debt-free company that likes to invest in employees and the future

- Paid-for downtown Cincinnati parking

- Continued professional development with training and conferences

- A healthy culture with people who care about each other

- A mix of clients from Fortune 500 to family-owned companies and everything in-between

- A growing company with skills that are in demand and team members who are happy

- Employee referral bonus

- Casual office environment, but we work from our office in Cincinnati

- Many social and culture building events that might involve alcohol

- Working with some of the best clients on the planet

Digital Advertising Analyst

US Digital Partners

Cincinnati, OH
Full Time
In-person
Marketing

We understand how confusing and difficult the fast moving digital world can be. Having big goals, but limited resources shouldn't hold you back. US Digital Partners has helped hundreds of companies capitalize on the web and grow. Our 4-step process to digital marketing success is the place to start. Branding, messaging, website design, website development, video production, digital advertising, SEO, and much more.

Note: We are not a remote company. We do our best work face-to-face in the beautiful City of Cincinnati, in a great office.

Want to work in a fantastic environment, on a small team where your skills are respected, and your problem-solving merit badge is required? Read on.

US Digital Partners is looking for a Web Developer to develop websites, web applications and apps for today’s browsers and devices. We’re an all-digital agency, building a lot of websites and tools for great companies. We’re growing, and we need more talented people on our team.

What it’s like at USDP:

-This is a team environment, where you’ve got to know your stuff, enjoy learning new things, and be able to teach us a thing or two.

- We prefer collaboration over fancy job titles and know that a good idea can come from anyone–whether it’s the intern or the senior partner. If you love hierarchy and rigid processes, this is not the place for you.

- Our coders don’t sit in a musty back room. They’re front and center, advocating for their work, talking to clients, and engaging with the team.  

- Because we want great results for our clients, we invest heavily in in-house developers with the technical expertise to create reliable, websites and apps that work seamlessly on any device. In other words, we really value our developers.

What you’ll do:

- Work hand-in-hand with designers to solve complicated problems and create well-crafted websites that you’re proud to put your name on  

- Create best-in-class digital solutions according to industry standards and coding best practices

- Find problems when no one else can

- Explain your wizardry to clients  

- Defend your reasoning and demonstrate your expertise

- Great work with great people

Qualities and experience we’re looking for:

- Experience with responsive web development, a variety of programming languages, CMS implementations, mobile app development, and systems integration

- Excited to work in a collaborative environment  

Willing to hustle, learn new and emerging technologies, and teach others about them

- Highly self-motivated. We don’t micro-manage, and we expect everyone to manage their time well.

Benefits include:

- Great paychecks

- 401k + matching

- Health Insurance

- Bonuses twice a year based on performance

- 15 days paid time off every year

- Off Christmas through New Years

- 8-10 national holidays every year

- Maternity leave

- A debt-free company that likes to invest in employees and the future

- Paid-for downtown Cincinnati parking

- Continued professional development with training and conferences

- A healthy culture with people who care about each other

- A mix of clients from Fortune 500 to family-owned companies and everything in-between

- A growing company with skills that are in demand and team members who are happy

- Employee referral bonus

- Casual office environment, but we work from our office in Cincinnati

- Many social and culture building events that might involve alcohol

- Working with some of the best clients on the planet

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Web Developer

US Digital Partners.com

Cincinnati, OH
Full Time
In-person
Technology

Do you want to grow your career in An American Classical Education, helping students to live responsible, courageous, and virtuous lives? Our Classical Charter school is seeking dedicated faculty members, well-versed in classical philosophy and pedagogy, for its new campuses in Fort Mills and Irmo, South Carolina!

We are dedicated to training the minds and improving the hearts of students and encourage teachers to take their own moral and intellectual improvement seriously as part of a supportive and excellence-driven culture. At our charter schools, well-educated and articulate faculty utilize direct instruction to convey real knowledge to students using traditional teaching methods. Teachers enjoy a wide array of resources as they create their own lessons within the content-rich curriculum to engage students in a positive and virtue-imbued learning experience in the liberal arts. General education grammar school teachers experience the joy of mastering the key elements of their instruction, such as explicit phonics, Singapore math, Core Knowledge history and science, and English grammar with support from peers within the school and at our other network schools.

Salary: $41,000 - $55,000

Start Date: July 15, 2024

Full-Time Benefits Available:

Competitive compensation package including performance pay and stipends available

Employee-only coverage for group medical, dental, and vision plan; dependent coverage available

Health savings account with employer contributions

Short- and long-term disability and life insurance plans

Retirement investment account with employer match

Paid time off for a wide array of health reasons for employees and dependents, consistent with applicable laws

Employee Assistance Plan

Free employee benefits and healthcare guidance

Paid leave for qualifying events under the Family Medical Leave Act

Robust teacher training including several weeks of on-site training

About Us

We partner with networks of classical charter schools to deliver a content-rich curriculum in the liberal arts and sciences, with underlying principles in the Western tradition of the study of history, literature, philosophy, and fine arts. Our American Classical Education includes, among other things, the study of Latin; a rich examination of American literary, moral, philosophical, political, and historical tradition; and a school culture centered upon moral virtue, respect, discipline, and studiousness among students and faculty alike. Our charter schools currently serve approximately 1,700 students in K-12 campuses located in the Denver and Fort Collins areas of Colorado, with significant expansion planned throughout Colorado, the Carolinas, and beyond.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will have a strong background in the subject matter, demonstrate high moral character, and embrace the virtues of a democratic society. The successful candidate will also foster professional friendships with faculty and staff, seek collaborative relationships with parents, and mentor students in the pursuit of their flourishing.

Minimum Job Requirements:

South Carolina Teaching License

For co-curricular subjects (art, music, physical education), a bachelor’s degree in the subject taught preferred, or at a minimum 36 hours of higher education credit in the subject area of instruction. (In some cases, a passing grade in a content exam will suffice.)

Dedication to the value of a rigorous liberal arts education

Loyalty to the school and our mission and vision

Commitment to model moral character in line with the school’s core virtues and the pursuit of the Good, True, and Beautiful

Adherence to all our policies, including but not limited to the Employee Handbook, Family Handbook, and all applicable school and board policies.

Eligibility to work in the United States

After the offer is accepted, a satisfactory background check as required by state law and the local Department of education

K-8 Teachers

Sól Recruiting, Coaching, and Consulting

Irmo, SC
Full Time
In-person
Education

Do you want to grow your career in An American Classical Education, helping students to live responsible, courageous, and virtuous lives? Our Classical Charter school is seeking dedicated faculty members, well-versed in classical philosophy and pedagogy, for its new campuses in Fort Mills and Irmo, South Carolina!

We are dedicated to training the minds and improving the hearts of students and encourage teachers to take their own moral and intellectual improvement seriously as part of a supportive and excellence-driven culture. At our charter schools, well-educated and articulate faculty utilize direct instruction to convey real knowledge to students using traditional teaching methods. Teachers enjoy a wide array of resources as they create their own lessons within the content-rich curriculum to engage students in a positive and virtue-imbued learning experience in the liberal arts. General education grammar school teachers experience the joy of mastering the key elements of their instruction, such as explicit phonics, Singapore math, Core Knowledge history and science, and English grammar with support from peers within the school and at our other network schools.

Salary: $41,000 - $55,000

Start Date: July 15, 2024

Full-Time Benefits Available:

Competitive compensation package including performance pay and stipends available

Employee-only coverage for group medical, dental, and vision plan; dependent coverage available

Health savings account with employer contributions

Short- and long-term disability and life insurance plans

Retirement investment account with employer match

Paid time off for a wide array of health reasons for employees and dependents, consistent with applicable laws

Employee Assistance Plan

Free employee benefits and healthcare guidance

Paid leave for qualifying events under the Family Medical Leave Act

Robust teacher training including several weeks of on-site training

About Us

We partner with networks of classical charter schools to deliver a content-rich curriculum in the liberal arts and sciences, with underlying principles in the Western tradition of the study of history, literature, philosophy, and fine arts. Our American Classical Education includes, among other things, the study of Latin; a rich examination of American literary, moral, philosophical, political, and historical tradition; and a school culture centered upon moral virtue, respect, discipline, and studiousness among students and faculty alike. Our charter schools currently serve approximately 1,700 students in K-12 campuses located in the Denver and Fort Collins areas of Colorado, with significant expansion planned throughout Colorado, the Carolinas, and beyond.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will have a strong background in the subject matter, demonstrate high moral character and embrace the virtues of a democratic society. The successful candidate will also foster professional friendships with faculty and staff, seek collaborative relationships with parents, and mentor students in the pursuit of their own flourishing.

Minimum Job Requirements:

South Carolina Teaching License

For co-curricular subjects (art, music, physical education), a bachelor’s degree in the subject taught preferred, or at a minimum 36 hours of higher education credit in the subject area of instruction. (In some cases, a passing grade in a content exam will suffice.)

Dedication to the value of a rigorous liberal arts education

Loyalty to the school and our mission and vision

Commitment to model moral character in line with the school’s core virtues and the pursuit of the Good, True, and Beautiful

Adherence to all our policies, including but not limited to the Employee Handbook, Family Handbook, and all applicable school and board policies.

Eligibility to work in the United States

After the offer is accepted, a satisfactory background check as required by state law and the local Department of education

K-8 Teachers

Sól Recruiting, Coaching, and Consulting

Fort Mill, SC
Full Time
In-person
Education

The Catholic Pro-Life Community, the Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas commissioned in 1993, is devoted to ending abortion and restoring respect and legal protection for every human life. The CPLC carries out this mission through life-saving ministries serving the public with supportive services for mothers and their children, education and advocacy on life issues and women's health, and abortion aftercare. The CPLC has been called the largest and most effective diocesan pro-life organization in the world and a model for the nation.

OUR MISSION

The Mission of the Catholic Pro-Life Community is to educate, unite, and mobilize Catholics and people of goodwill to end abortion and restore respect and legal protection for every human life from conception until natural death.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

• Administration of the Project Gabriel Ministry such as hiring team members,

advising, and assisting the Project Gabriel staff and volunteers, creating awareness and building relationships among different agencies and organizations.

• Compile, report, and track ministry updates; create and submit a ministry budget (monitor, and authorize expenditures throughout the year), and consistently work to expand the ministry.

• Schedule and conduct Gabriel Angel Trainings (English and Spanish) as well as “Grow in Gabriel,” the ongoing education talks for current Gabriel Angels.

• Team with GEMS Coordinator and Project Gabriel Assistant to expand the

educational program and approve scholarship awards. This will include the

development of a GEMS program for fathers.

• Work and interact with other ministry directors, department directors and Parish Engagement team to recruit volunteers and moms in need

• Follow all budgetary procedures and work with team to identify grant needs.

The previous statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required. All representatives of the Catholic Pro-Life Community may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time as needed.

KEY QUALIFICATIONS:

• Passion for Protection of Life. A heartfelt desire to join a community of love and dedication to the most important cause – Life. The Catholic Pro-Life Community doesn’t just do pro-life work as some hobby to be squeezed in when we have time, but as the very heart and soul of our quest for justice in this world.

• Teachable and Adaptable. Willing to learn and work cooperatively with team members and community pro-life partners to provide superior care, education, and resources to moms in need. Ability to work effectively with individuals (volunteers, team members and clients) at all levels of the organization and community.

• Developmental Creativity. Possess an intuitive sense to create and develop new programs for use by Project Gabriel, its staff and volunteers. These programs would be designed to implement projects for mothers, fathers and volunteers involved in Project Gabriel’s programs, and to encourage signups for program clients and mentors.

• A Proven Leader. Ability to motivate and lead staff and volunteers to achieve the desired ministry goals. This requires a continuity of direction that begins with planning and defining key approaches, providing hands-on demonstration and knowledge transfer, and learning and optimizing based on actual performance.

• Foundational Experience. Demonstrated ability to achieve designated goals through individual contribution and team-oriented solutions. Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years experience working with clients is essential. Solid experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) is necessary.

All employees and volunteers of the CPLC are to exercise faithful stewardship of the time, talent, and resources at their disposal and those of their co-workers in achieving the results that will be most worthy of the prayers, sacrifices, and generosity of our supporters. This is manifested through active membership in a parish/faith community in good standing with the Church, acceptance of the magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church with detailed understanding of the teachings on the life issues and compliance with the Diocese’s Safe Environment Program.

Project Gabriel Director (Bilingual)

Catholic Pro-Life Community of Dallas

Dallas, TX
Full Time
In-person
Church and Religious

The Legacy of Life Foundation is a pro-life faith based and a mission-driven organization dedicated to saving lives and strengthening families.

Scheduling Coordinator

Often the first point-of-contact, the Scheduling Coordinator plays an important role in creating a welcoming connection and controlling the messaging to encourage abortion-minded women to take the first step by scheduling an appointment.

Through positive messaging and consistency in follow up such as reminders and appointment confirmations, the Scheduling Coordinator prompts the woman to take action to attend the scheduled appointment.

Major Goals:

1. Ensure when a woman reaches out (online or via telephone) an appointment is scheduled within 24-48 hours

2. Consistently follow up with each woman scheduled to help ensure she keeps the appointment

3. Ensure timely collection and reporting of daily data matrix

Job Duties:

• Answer incoming calls

• Schedule client appointments:

o Via phone and online booking links

o Upon receipt of each online booking, call client to confirm appointment

o Ensure client phone number is accurately recorded so automated text reminder reaches them

o Proactively call to confirm all appointments one day in advance and the day of the appointment

o Monitor chat function of online booking software during normal business hours

• Maintain multiple spreadsheets / data matrix to:

o Enter data for each appointment and client such as: call records, nickname, number of pregnancy tests performed, women who choose life, appointment no shows, etc.

o Run reports on a scheduled basis

o Review reports, check for accuracy and point out discrepancies

o Provide accurate and timely reports to Client Services Manager

• Supply data for Client Services monthly board meeting reports

• In the clinic where the scheduler is based, welcome clients and expedite check in process:

o Help with client intake paperwork

o Make a copy of client's ID

• Each day, run reports to ensure accurate data for scheduled appointments

• Support advertiser needs by gathering data and providing key data highlights to advertisers, so they continue to fund marketing efforts to reach abortion-minded women

• Each day, compile praise and prayers request and load into Mail Chimp

• Monthly, create new email chain for praise and prayer requests

• Monitor security cameras throughout the day and alert suspicious activity as needed

• Resolve routine issues, establish work priorities, and make decisions within established guidelines and authority

• Regularly attend team meetings and voluntarily participate in internal committees

Requirements:

• General working hours are Monday - Friday, 8:55 am - 5 pm with limited absences/tardiness. Additional hours (nights and weekends) may be required to complete objectives, including the flexibility to work at any one of the LOLF centers.

• Attend occasional webinars and training

• Travel to other centers on an occasional, as needed basis

• General office position requiring significant visual effort and involves assignments requiring significant levels of concentration and sitting for extended periods of time

• Interacting with general public and a diverse population including pregnant women and their family who may accompany them

Knowledge and Skills:

• Associates degree or equivalent work experience

• 2+ years working in an office or medical clinic setting

• Good telephone skills with ability to schedule appointments and look for calendar openings that work for clients

• Excellent customer service skills required

• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office - MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, with strong Excel skills

• Experience with a client relationship management (CRM) database a plus but not required

• Typing skills to ensure quick and accurate data entry

• Passion for Pro-Life movement and commitment to Legacy of Life Foundation Statement of Faith

• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills

• Flexibility and ability to adapt to changes

• Excellent communication skills

• Desire to learn and develop new skills

• Ability to initiate, grow, and sustain meaningful professional relationships

• Uncompromising morals, ethics, and integrity to maintain confidences in all matters

• Good judgement and decision-making ability

Submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to:

denis@legacyoflifefoundation.org.

About the Employer:

Pro-Life pregnancy center

Scheduling Coordinator

Legacy of Life Foundation

Bucks County, PA
Full Time
In-person
Social Work

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