Below you will find a list of job postings sent to us by various parishes and religious organizations. Click on your state or country below to view job postings in your area.

NET Ministries Job Openings

Mission Engagement Assistant

Full-Time

Job Summary
Funding is critical for the health and wellbeing of NET Ministries. The Mission Engagement Assistant is responsible for securing funding meetings for the Mission Engagement Officers (MEO), conduct wealth research on prospective donors, provide qualified leads to MEOs, phone call prospective and existing donors to solicit gifts, and provide clerical assistance to the MEOs.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
Implement Major Gift Solicitation Process
Donor Wealth Research
Data Organization

Qualifications
Experience and training in sales (preferred)
Ability to be fearless and persistent in inviting others into the mission of NET Ministries through multiple phone calls and emails
Excellent research skill, including ability to recognize information clues and piece together data pieces to uncover and estimate wealth potential of prospective donors.
Personable and self-confident with exceptional verbal skills
Able to confidently speak with unknown donors and ask for meetings or to host a table at a benefit event
Highly organized: ability to manage information on numerous donor activities simultaneously
Excels in a team environment
Exceptional ability to work on own initiative
Passionately committed to the mission of NET Ministries
Must support, live, and communicate the teachings of the Catholic Church.

For full job description Click Here
Please send cover letter and resume to mattv@netusa.org

Executive Director Position (NET Canada)

NET Canada is looking for an experienced and dynamic leader to lead the staff and missionaries from the headquarters in Ottawa.

For more information and qualifications, click here.
For a full list of responsibilities, click here.

Position summary
Location: Ottawa, ON
Pay: Starting Salary $70k (commensurate with experience)
Deadline: February 28, 2019
Start date: Negotiable

If you have the qualifications and share our passion for our mission, we invite you to forward your resume and cover letter to: Executive Director Application: ED.Application@netcanada.ca

Please clearly demonstrate how you meet the required qualifications of this position.

We thank all applicants for their interest however, we will only contact those selected for interviews.

California

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

Posted February 12, 2019

St. Mel’s Catholic Church, Fair Oaks, CA

Part-Time (Non Exempt)

Job Summary: 
We are looking for a part-time Youth Minister with a missionary heart desiring to reach youth and young adults and lead them to Christ and his Church. This position implements the parish’s commitment to youth ministry in a comprehensive manner. This includes, but is not limited to, the following elements: catechesis, evangelization, spirituality, social action, and community building. The Youth Minister will work alongside our Pastor and Director of Youth and Young Adult Minister to spread the Gospel and make disciples within parish boundaries.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

A. Assures the development of programs and activities for senior high youth that foster healthy growth and development in their spiritual, social, and physical lives.  This includes retreats, social opportunities, outreach, liturgies, and community service opportunities.

Assures the development and implementation of faith formation for youth. This position recruits, supports, and supervises volunteers for faith formation programs for senior high youth. 

C. Assures direct ministerial outreach to parish youth and young adults.  Incumbent coordinates and participates in activities such as youth retreats, social events, etc., and attends parish liturgies and community and school functions according to program priorities. This position also coordinates direct evangelization outreach programs to both parish youth and youth not attending church.

D. Assures the budget for youth ministry is prepared and implemented. 

E. Maintains a level of knowledge and skills required for this ministry. This is accomplished by regular updating, reading and participation at workshops, conventions, national certification, etc. 

CHARACTERISTICS:

1. Strong in Relational Ministry 

2. Deep understanding of Evangelization

3. Desire to build a community of Intentional Discipleship

4. Outgoing and Joyful approach with others

5. Missionary heart for youth and young adults

6. Open to constructive criticism

7. Passionate about living out the Catholic Faith

Please send Cover letter and Resume to mmacdonald.ardeanery@gmail.com.

Florida

Director of Youth Ministry

Posted May 20, 2019

St. Elizabeth Seton Parish, Naples, FL

St. Elizabeth Seton Parish is currently seeking a dynamic, faith-filled and qualified disciple of Jesus Christ to serve full-time as Director of Youth Ministry.

The parish envisions a youth ministry grounded in relationship with Jesus Christ and his Church with dynamic and relevant programming, yet at the center would be the formation of discipleship communities, founded on relational ministry. A commitment to missionary endeavors, going out into “the peripheries” of community to reach those not currently engaged with the Church is essential.

The Director of Youth Ministry will report to the Director of Faith Formation under the guidance and direction of the Pastor/Administrator. The DYM will be responsible for designing, implementing planning, scheduling, coordinating, and conducting discipleship-centered ministry for middle school, high school students, as well as young adults within the parish.

The DYM will also be responsible to organize, recruit, train, and lead adult volunteers (Core Team) to assist in planning and running of Youth Ministry Programs.

The DYM walks with young people to become active Disciples of Jesus Christ who fully participate in all aspects of parish life. This is accomplished through a process of evangelization that includes pastoral, liturgical and catechetical formation as well as service opportunities. The DYM will also serve as a resource and support to and work in conjunction with other parish ministries, including the parish school.

Qualifications
Must be an active Catholic, dedicated to the sacramental life of the Church and lives by her moral teaching as well as the pastoral code of conduct for the Diocese of Venice.

Emotionally mature individual, confident in ability to work with youth and adults for fostering the Catholic faith.

Bachelor’s degree in theology or related field, with some experience in the field of youth ministry preferred.

Creative with excellent skills for prioritizing and organizing.

Skilled in both written and oral communication, including presentations to small and large groups.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and fluent in applications used by our youth.

The candidate must be able to function in a multicultural setting. The ideal candidate will also be bilingual in English and Spanish

The candidate must able to sit and perform computer work for lengthy periods of time.

Frequent walking, standing and sitting.

Flexible hours with a minimum of 35 hours a week on site, including regular evenings, weekend and occasional overnight stays.

Ability to lift 45 pounds without assistance.

Benefits
The DYM receives a benefit package including health insurance, Paid Time Off, 403(b) and paid holidays in addition to base salary according to the policy of the Diocese of Venice

About the Employer
St. Elizabeth Seton is a large, multi-cultural, bilingual parish in the Golden Gate subdivision of Naples, Florida. We are a parish in the Diocese of Venice in Florida. Our mission is to make disciples through the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as revealed to us in his Catholic Church though evangelization, the Celebration of the Sacraments according to Catholic tradition, and an environment of welcome. www.stelizabethseton.org

Illinois

Missionary Discipleship Internship 

Posted February 12, 2019

Catholic Sports Camps, Oak Brook, IL

LOCATION OF POSITION
Oak Brook, IL and the Greater Chicagoland Area

DURATION OF INTERNSHIP
Flexible start & end dates; should adhere as closely as possible to 2019 Camp Schedule (as follows):
Soccer: June 9-12, 2019
Hockey- Springfield: June 23-26, 2019
Football: June 30-July 3, 2019
Hockey- Darien: July 14-17, 2019
Basketball: July 21-24, 2019
Baseball: July 28-31, 2019
Cross Country: August 4-7, 2019
Volleyball: August 4-7, 2019

START DATE
Flexible, but starting as camps begin in early June 2019

CATHOLIC SPORTS CAMPS MISSION
Catholic Sports Camps (CSC) are faith-filled experiences where leaders are built, sports are played, and faith is strengthened. As a nonprofit organization, our mission is to impact our Catholic faith by changing the future of one sports camper at a time. Each camp/retreat is designed to be a fun, inspiring, and challenging week of sports with the integration of learning about the Catholic faith. Mass, Confession, and Eucharistic Adoration are offered daily. Campers are also instructed on the power of sacramentals – like how to pray the Rosary.

WHY WORK WITH US?
– Serve at a fast-growing ministry focused on spreading the Good News of the Gospel, playing sports and having fun
– Experience a hands-on internship: working directly with Catholic Sports Camps leadership, camp youth  participants, participants’ parents and coaches/counselors
– Your work will be meaningful and what you do actually matters and affects our camper’s faith in Jesus!

GOALS OF INTERNSHIP

– Evangelize Campers, Camp Volunteers, & Parents
– Build deeper relationships with youth ministry groups in the area
– Assist in the development of relationships with Holy Spirit inspired Apostolates across the country
– Train campers to a higher level of skill development in their respective sports
– Assist in the baptism of the holy spirit by laying hands on campers and asking the holy spirit to fall on campers

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

In Camps:
o Be present at the camps to minister as disciples for the campers throughout the day as small group
leaders, age group mentors during sports activities, lunchtime buddies, etc.
o If athletically inclined, help lead sports skills and techniques stations and/or conditioning components
for campers with coaches and other counselors
o For camps that have overnight components, guide relationship building to take place with the campers
in the evening during Eucharistic Adoration and small group time
o Lead spiritual formation for camp counselors and coaches after camps conclude for the day
o Provide witness talks for participants’ parents after daily mass on select days
Out of Camps (Off-Days):
o Assist with CSC operations, marketing, camp preparation, and other duties as assigned by Director of
Operations

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
– A love for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and a passion to share His Love with others!
– Missionary Discipleship training and formation
– Appropriate certification/credentials for interacting with youth (Protecting God’s Children or equivalent)
– Currently working to obtain (or have obtained) a Bachelor’s degree
– Strong written and verbal communication abilities.
– Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize work load
– Proven attention to detail.
– Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, social media and/or website maintenance preferred

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
To be considered for the position, please submit the following:
1. A cover letter describing your interest in Catholic Sports Camps and our Mission
2. A resume summarizing your professional and educational background. This can be done by emailing your
resume to csimon@spiritmco.com

LODGING AND OTHER INFORMATION
Participants will have a place to live at host family houses (5 houses within 30 minutes of each of the above camps) and
will likely be able to borrow a car during the above camp periods (or catch a ride with a camp family and/or fellow
counselor.) Internship participants will need to fundraise for travel and other expenses but will also receive a stipend for
their work. For college athletes, resources for the ability and time to train will be allotted to ensure proper development
over these summer months.

Campus Mentor

Posted February 4, 2019

WeDignify, Champaign, IL

WeDignify
We envision college campuses to be centers for a culture of life where people treat life with love, new life is welcomed with joy, and people suffering from abortion are led to healing hope.

Our mission is to mentor college students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders, so they can build and nurture a culture of life on campus and in their future communities.

Why Campus Mentors?
The complexity of abortion demands a dynamic response. The prevalent, personal tragedy of abortion demands a relational response. The hostility against a culture of life demands both education and leadership formation. Dynamic, relational Campus Mentors transform students to change culture and save lives.

What is a Campus Mentor’s Job? A Campus Mentor (CM) mentors students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders through:
Mentoring: form student mentees in pro-life virtues and leadership skills through 1 on 1 meetings.
Small Groups: teach student small groups (5-8) weDignify’s pro-life curriculum through weekly meetings. A CM oversees or facilitates multiple small groups and advances students in leadership.
Chapters: CM’s guide student Chapters, especially Core team leaders. Student Chapters have 3 pillars (education, service, and activism) that guide their actions to build a culture of life on campus. All actions are conducted through weDignify’s Dialogue with DignityTM philosophy.
Events: weDignify provides broadscale events that educate, equip, and empower students from all our Chapters and beyond. A CM brings students and provides event support.

How does weDignify support a Campus Mentor?
WeDignify is dedicated to people and that starts with our team members first. Our support includes summer training, weekly mentorship, semester retreats, team time, and more!

How is a Campus Mentor funded? Through proven training, a CM builds a support team from people the CM knows. Support team members join in weDignify’s mission by financially investing to send the CM to campus. Every CM who has followed weDignify’s training has successfully raised his/her salary. To support a new CM is building his/her support team, weDignify invests in the CM’s salary (up to 34% in the 1st year) and then incrementally decreases. Each year’s details are defined in the Support Raising Policy.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org 

Campus Mentor Candidates Are:
● Passionate about weDignify’s vision, mission, and symbol – the yellow umbrella
● Willing to learn and implement weDignify methodology
● Growing in leadership skills and virtues
● Possess strong interpersonal skills (including relationship building & community building)
● Additional skills: organized, takes initiative, independent worker, proactive, & mature

Particulars
Start Date: May 2019 (exact date TBD)
● Prior to start requirements: Attend April Welcome Weekend (April 12-14) and Support Raising preparation, including, but not limited to readings & reflections.
Location – This is not a desk job.
● Campus Placement is determined in the Spring prior to start date.
● During school year, must live near campus, not exceeding a 25 minute commute.
Schedule – This is not a 9-5 job.
● Your schedule is determined each academic session. To maximize mentoring students & building relationships, it includes evenings & weekend time. Although, you are required to set aside 2 weekday nights not working beyond 6pm for yourself.
● Summer time varies based on support raising.
Starting Salary range: $30,000 – $35,000

Application

DEADLINE: February 15th at 5pm
To apply, submit the following as one .pdf attachment to Morgan at M.Korth@wedignify.org:
● Page 1: Cover Letter
● Page 2: Resumé
● Page 3: 3 References including names, emails, & phone numbers for 2 Professionals (include job title) & 1 Personal (include how you know this person)
● Page 4: In 1 page or less, write on one of weDignify’s leadership skills (Composure, How to Motivate Others, or Quality Decision Making). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your proficiency in that skill.
● Page 5: In 1 page or less, write on one weDignify’s virtues (Humility, Empathy, Willingness to Grow and Sacrifice, or Vision-Driven). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your understanding of this virtue.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org


Director of Mission Formation

Posted February 4, 2019

WeDignify, Champaign, IL

WeDignify
We envision college campuses to be centers for a culture of life where people treat life with love, new life is welcomed with joy, and people suffering from abortion are led to healing hope.

Our mission is to mentor college students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders, so they can build and nurture a culture of life on campus and in their future communities.

Why a Director of Mission Formation?
The complexity of abortion demands a dynamic response. The prevalent, personal tragedy of abortion demands a relational response. The hostility against a culture of life demands both education and leadership formation. Dynamic, relational Campus Mentors transform students to change culture and save lives.

What is a Director of Mission Formation’s Job?
A Director of Mission Formation(DMF) oversees mentors who form students into skilled, virtuous, pro-life leaders through:
Mentoring: form student mentees in pro-life virtuous and leadership skills through 1 on 1 meetings.
Small Groups: teach student small groups (5-8) weDignify’s pro-life curriculum through weekly meetings. A DMF oversees or facilitates multiple small groups and advances students in leadership.
Chapters: DMF’s guide student Chapters, especially Core team leaders. Student Chapters have 3 pillars (education, service, and activism) that guide their actions to build a culture of life on campus. All actions are conducted through weDignify’s Dialogue with DignityTM philosophy.
Events: weDignify provides broadscale events that educate, equip, and empower students from all our Chapters and beyond. A DMF brings students and provides event support.

How does weDignify support a Campus Mentor?
WeDignify is dedicated to people and that starts with our team members first. Our support includes summer training, weekly mentorship, semester retreats, team time, and more!

How is a Director of Mission Formation funded?
Through proven training, a DMF builds a support team from people the DMF knows. Support team members join in weDignify’s mission by financially investing to send the DMF to campus. Every DMF who has followed weDignify’s training has successfully raised his/her salary. To support a new DMF is building his/her support team, weDignify invests in the DMF’s salary (up to 34% in the 1st year) and then incrementally decreases. Each year’s details are defined in the Support Raising Policy.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org

Director of Mission Formation Candidates Are:
● Passionate about weDignify’s vision, mission, and symbol – the yellow umbrella
● Willing to learn and implement weDignify methodology
● Growing in leadership skills and virtues
● Possess strong interpersonal skills (including relationship building & community building)
● Additional skills: organized, takes initiative, independent worker, proactive, & mature
● Experience in project management

Particulars

Start Date: March 2019 (exact date TBD)
● Prior to start requirements: Attend April 13 Chicago event
Location – Champaign, IL
Schedule – This is not a 9-5 job.
● Your schedule is determined each academic session. To maximize mentoring students & building relationships, it includes evenings & weekend time. Although, you are required to set aside 2 weekday nights not working beyond 6pm for yourself.
● Summer time varies based on support raising.
Starting Salary range: $30,000 – $35,000

Application
***Application reviewed upon receipt, but not last submission day:
DEADLINE: February 15th at 5pm
To apply, submit the following as one .pdf attachment to Morgan at M.Korth@wedignify.org:
● Page 1: Cover Letter
● Page 2: Resumé
● Page 3: 3 References including names, emails, & phone numbers for 2 Professionals (include job title) & 1 Personal (include how you know this person)
● Page 4: In 1 page or less, write on one of weDignify’s leadership skills (Composure, How to Motivate Others, or Quality Decision Making). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your proficiency in that skill.
● Page 5: In 1 page or less, write on one weDignify’s virtues (Humility, Empathy, Willingness to Grow and Sacrifice, and Vision-Driven). Include what it is, why it is important for a pro-life leader, and a personal story that demonstrates your understanding of this virtue.

For more information, check out: www.weDignify.org/apply

Deadline: 5pm February 15th | Questions contact Morgan at M.Korth@weDignify.org

Indiana

Assistant Director Of Residential Life And Student Activities

Posted May 20, 2019

University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN

JOB SUMMARY
This is a 12-month, live-in position under the direction of the Executive Director of Student Engagement and Residential Life. Assistant Directors have residence hall director responsibilities to promote and maintain a positive residence hall living-learning environment consistent with the University of Saint Francis Mission and conducive to academic achievement, personal growth, and building a Christian community. These goals will be achieved through intentional holistic programming and positive one-on-one interaction. Residential Life staff at USF encourage students to be planted, take root, rise up, and be fruitful during their USF experience. Assistant Directors have responsibilities in the areas of campus-wide student activities and educational programming.

View full job description here: https://hr.sf.edu/job/assistant-director-of-residential-life-and-student-activities/

 

Director of Campus Ministry

Posted April 11, 2019

Butler University Catholic Community, Indianapolis, IN

The Office of Young Adult and College Campus Ministry of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Campus Ministry to develop and lead all programming and outreach for the Butler Catholic Community (BCC) at Butler University, including prayer, service, small faith communities, and social events. The Director will oversee a large and active student leadership team and executive board to promote the spiritual and theological formation of students involved in the BCC. The Director will also lead all sacramental preparation, plan and attend Sunday Masses, build personal relationships with students, organize retreats, and endeavor to build a culture of discipleship.

Candidates must be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a knowledge of Church teaching and a passion for engaging college students in the Catholic faith. The position requires two to three years of experience in campus ministry involving organizing and implementing ministry-related programs and events for college students and young adults. Strong leadership skills, well-developed verbal and written communications skills, organizational ability, and the qualities of sensitivity and empathy are all essential in this ministry.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail: eisakson@archindy.org

Kentucky

OCMS Religion Teacher 

Posted April 11, 2019

Owensboro Catholic High School, Owensboro, KY

Owensboro Catholic Schools is seeking applicants for a Religion teacher at OCMS. The candidate must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church who is joyfully faithful to the Church’s tradition and teaching. The ideal candidate would hold a degree in Theology or Catechetics and have a passion for teaching adolescents. More specific job functions and a calendar of events are available on request.

Essential Job Functions

  • Strive to achieve the goals of Catholic education by
  • Upholding the doctrinal teachings of the Catholic Church
  • Promoting and living the Gospel values and Catholic moral teaching
  • Establishing an atmosphere where students can encounter the living Christ and deepen their relationship with God
  • Forming students to have true freedom
  • Work on or assist with the coordination of spiritual retreats, prayer services, priest visits and various seasonal liturgies
  • Stay up to date on current issues in the Diocese of Owensboro and the Catholic Church
  • Chair/Co-chair an extra-curricular club or student organization
  • Use best practices to provide effective instruction and positive, consistent classroom management.
  • Communicate with students, parents, and other stakeholders in a professional and positive manner
  • Function as a cooperative, productive team member at OCMS
  • Support and uphold the philosophy and mission of the Catholic Church and the Owensboro Catholic School System.

Requirements and qualifications:

  • Have a passion for teaching adolescents
  • Be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
  • Hold a degree in Theology, Catechetics or related field

The candidate must be:

  • able to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently
  • self-motivated and self-directed with precise attention to detail
  • goal-oriented, organized team player with positive attitude

Note: The successful candidate must pass criminal background check and complete safe environment training for the Diocese of Owensboro before employment can be granted

Owensboro Catholic Schools is an equal opportunity employer that provides a wide range of benefits. All interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter brooke.hattabaugh@owensborocatholic.org or write Brooke Hattabaugh, Owensboro Catholic Schools Human Resources, 1524 W Parrish Ave, Owensboro, KY 42301. Resumes will be accepted through April 30, 2019 or until filled.

 

Religion Department Teachers

Posted April 4, 2019

Owensboro Catholic High School, Owensboro, KY

Owensboro Catholic Schools is seeking applicants for teachers in the religion department. Applicants must be degreed and practicing Catholics. The ideal candidate would have an Education Degree with majors or an emphasis in Catholic Theology, Philosophy or Religious Studies, or be willing to take course work each semester toward a degree in these areas. More specific job functions and a calendar of events are available on request.

Essential Job Functions
Complete safe environment training
Supports and upholds the philosophy and mission of the Owensboro Catholic School System.
Plans for instruction with logically sequenced objectives, based on adopted curriculum, and be willing to upgrade or evaluate curriculums on an annual basis
Use the most effective instructional methods and models
Practices positive, consistent discipline in the management of the classroom
Have effective communication skills with students and parents
Demonstrates professionalism in conduct, demeanor and work habits
Demonstrates a willingness to expose students to challenging Catholic ideals and philosophies that represent a broad spectrum of thought
Be a supportive voice and be a positive influence on the culture of Owensboro Catholic High School and/or Owensboro Catholic Middle School.
Be a supportive and positive influence in the Catholic Community.
Can work on or assist with the coordination of retreats, prayer services, priest visits, days of recollection and seasonal liturgies.
Can work in community with students, school faculty and administration.

Requirements and qualifications:
Able to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently
Must be self-motivated and self-directed
Goal-oriented, organized team player with positive attitude
Accurate and precise attention to detail
Strong verbal/written communications skills with supervisors, staff and outside vendors
Must adhere to company philosophy/mission statement/company policies and procedures
Must pass criminal background check and complete safe environment training
This job may require unusual or irregular hours.

Owensboro Catholic Schools is an equal opportunity employer that provides a wide range of benefits. All interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter brooke.hattabaugh@owensborocatholic.org or write Brooke Hattabaugh, Owensboro Catholic Schools Human Resources, 1524 W Parrish Ave, Owensboro, KY 42301. Resumes will be accepted through May 1, 2019.

Michigan

Part Time Youth Discipleship Internship

Posted May 20, 2019

Christ the King Catholic Church, Ann Arbor, MI

Would you like an opportunity to influence the faith lives of over a hundred high school students at a charismatic Catholic parish? In the role of intern, under the guidance of the Director of Youth Discipleship, you’ll have a chance to grow in leadership, build authentic community, develop programs, and attend one of the best Catholic schools of supernatural ministry.

2 positions are available: 1 male and 1 female (age 20-29).

The positions runs from Aug 2019-May 2020 (about 15-20 hours/week)

WHAT INTERNS RECEIVE:

Community
Fellowship with Core Team and Director of Youth Discipleship along with the larger community at Christ the King.

Training
Weekly meetings with the Director of Youth Discipleship to pray and plan. An opportunity to enroll in the Encounter School of Ministry (If accepted, we will pay your $960 tuition).

Base Stipend
Each intern is expected to raise their living expenses (we will provide fundraising training). Christ the King also provides a base stipend of $1000 to support each intern.

A Chance to Build the Kingdom
There are many areas to grow high school ministry here and interns get to use their unique gifts in leading others to Christ.

TO APPLY
Follow the link below:

https://forms.gle/qPEcQZVBWWTj7tS56

More information about this position can be found on our website https://www.ctkcc.net/life-teen/ or by contacting John Hoving at jhoving@ctkcc.net or 734-929-0977.

 

Minnesota

Coordinator of Youth Evangelization and Discipleship

Posted June 5, 2019

St. Joseph Community, Rosemount, MN

Schedule/ benefits: 40+ hours per week, 12 months per year, with benefits. Schedule will vary significantly in response to parish and school calendar needs, leadership, committee and project needs. This will also include some weekend and evening work.

Position Purpose: To coordinate and develop program opportunities to evangelize and disciple to the St. Joseph Community, especially youth and young adults, so that they may grow further in a lifelong personal relationship with Christ.

General Responsibilities: Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the church or give rise to scandal. It is required that this employee be an active, participating Roman Catholic.

Representative Responsibilities:

1. Leadership
● Guide individuals to a deeper relationship with Christ and His Church, by being a positive role model to the St. Joseph Community, especially youth and young adults
● Recruit, train, supervise, evaluate, and maintain volunteers to assist with youth and young adult programming
● Understand and promote the concept of “decentralizing ministry” and focus on training, engaging, guiding, and empowering key volunteers to be leaders
● Work with St. Joseph School staff to incorporate programming and foster relationships between school and faith formation participants
● Exemplifying desire to grow in one’s own faith and personal & professional development
● Attend and actively engage in weekly staff meetings
● Participate in committee and/or commission meetings as appropriate
● Dialogue with the Director of Lifelong Faith Formation to document, respond and follow-up to situations with volunteers and/or participants in an appropriate and timely manner

2. Program Management
● Work with the Director of Lifelong Faith Formation to annually develop, review, select, and/or order appropriate curriculum and program options to meet the changing needs of youth, young adults, and the St. Joseph Community as a whole
● Develop and coordinate faith formation programming for High School youth (Grades 9-12)
● Develop, coordinate, and oversee Confirmation preparation and components (i.e. retreat, service opportunities, etc.) with guidance and support from the Director of Lifelong Faith Formation
● Engage with Middle School youth through specific “Youth Ministry” nights as a part of Wednesday Faith Formation (2-4 times a school year) and other opportunities such as Ignite Nights or NET Retreats hosted on-site
● Engage with St. Joseph School Middle School youth through various means and crossover opportunities (i.e. Ignite Night, Retreats) as guided and supported by the St. Joseph School Principal and Director of Lifelong Faith Formation
● Incorporate, promote, and attend additional opportunities for youth within the Archdiocese or local community as appropriate (i.e. Archdiocesan Youth Day, NET Center, Partnership for Youth, Steubenville Conferences, Ignite Nights, ect.)
● Assist with Vacation Bible School as appropriate (i.e. recruit and supervise youth volunteers)
● Plan, lead, and participate in the annual Summer Mission Trip for High School youth
● Initiate and develop opportunities for college aged young adults in the future once rapport is developed within the St. Joseph Community
● Assist young adults in connecting with campus youth ministers through the “Newman Connection” or other appropriate avenues

3. Supervision of Volunteers’ Essential 3
● Ensure volunteers are in compliance with the Archdiocesan Essential 3 requirements prior to allowing them to volunteer (as assisted by the Director of Lifelong Faith Formation and Safe Environment Coordinator to aid individual volunteers in gaining compliance)

4. Financial Management
● Collaborate with the Director of Lifelong Faith Formation to develop and maintain annual program budgets
● Follow proper money handling procedures and protocol for reimbursement or payment of invoices and bills
● Ensure expenses are within budget and approved by the Director of Lifelong Faith Formation prior to purchase

5. Communications and Marketing
● Communicate effectively and regularly using various mediums as appropriate to the audience (i.e. youth, parents, co-workers, etc.)
● Create and regularly maintain social media accounts for St. Joseph Community
● Market and promote youth and young adult programs being sponsored by St. Joseph Community through appropriate mediums
● Engage with the culture to stay on top of what the best way is to communicate and promote/market to youth and young adults

6. Collaborative & Effective Team Member
● Engaged and active participant in a team approach to working with all St. Joseph Community and St. Joseph School staff and/or volunteers for the betterment and wellbeing of the St. Joseph Community as a whole
● Qualities of a Collaborative Team Member
○ Demonstrates reliability – follows through on assignments, consistently completing their set of accountabilities in a timely and collaborative manner
○ Communicates constructively – expresses their thoughts and ideas clearly, directly, honestly and with respect for others and for the work of the team
○ Listens actively – absorbs, understands and considers ideas and points of view from other people without debating and arguing every point
○ Active participant – fully engaged in the work of the team and does not sit passively on the sidelines
○ Shares openly & willingly – takes the initiative to keep other team members informed to help get the job done and prevent surprises
○ Cooperates & pitches in to help – responds to requests for assistance and works well with others to accomplish any task
○ Exhibits flexibility – rolls with the punches and can consider different points of view and compromise when needed
○ Works as a problem solver – willing to deal with all kinds of problems in a solutions- oriented manner and is a problem-solver not a problem-dweller, problem-blamer, nor a problem-avoider
○ Treats others in a respectful & supportive manner – treats fellow team members with respect and understanding to help get the job done
○ Shows commitment to the team – understands the value of team collaboration and is committed to the success of others

7. Proactive & Ready to Work
● Forward thinking and being proactive by working in advance to prepare programs so as to ensure quality programs and experiences for participants and volunteers
● Be present where needed and ready to work as needed to meet responsibilities
○ Recognize when situations require more work and effort and do so in a timely manner
● Being an example to volunteers and participants of punctuality, attendance, and reliability

8. Additional Responsibilities
● Includes other responsibilities identified as needed by the employee and approved by the supervisor and/or other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

 

Coordinator of Youth Evangelization and Discipleship

Posted June 4, 2019

St. Joseph Community, Rosemount, MN

 

St. Joseph Community in Rosemount, MN, is looking to hire a dynamic individual to fill a new full-time position within the parish. The coordinator will focus primarily on teens and young adults to bring them in closer relationship with Christ. This individual will oversee the high school faith formation programming for grades 9-12, Confirmation Sacramental preparation, and other formative events for youth and young adults. Position will be open until filled with an ideal start date in June/July 2019.

To view the full job description please visit our website at: https://www.stjosephcommunity.org/about/job-opportunities/ If you have additional questions, you can direct them to Kayla.Rooney@StJosephCommunity.org or 651-313-8464.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Ann.Brown@StJosephCommunity.org.

 

TORCH Service Leadership Team

Posted May 20, 2019

St. Hubert’s Catholic Church, Chanhassen, MN

Energetic, Catholic young adults needed to support youth ministry program in southwest metro through PAID Service Leadership Team role. TORCH, Together in Our Reach as Christ’s Hands, seeks to bring teens into fun, service, and fellowship. The team will support summer service learning program for teens in junior high and high school.

Service Leadership Team will contribute by:
– Bringing fun and energy to teen events
– Engaging teens by comfortably talking about faith
– Making friendly connections with teens/being inclusive
– Commitment to attend 3-4 events over summer calendar

TORCH Summer Stretch Flex calendar for 2019 includes:
Tuesday, June 18 Second Harvest Heartland & Urban Air
Wednesday, June 26 LAUNCH Ministry & Skateville
Tuesday, July 9 City of Chanhassen & Edina Aquatic Center
Wednesday, July 17 Sharing & Caring Hands & MN Twins
Tuesday, July 30 Auburn Manor & Beach Day
Wednesday, August 7 Mass & ValleyFair

Service leadership team members will be paid per event, rate to be determined based on experience. Applicants must be 18+ and/or high school graduates.

TO APPLY
Email Brooke Sorenson at torchlight514@gmail.com. Introduce yourself & tell us why you are interested in this role. Outline any personal, work or volunteer experience which might help you as a member of the TORCH Service Leadership Team. Include contact info for one reference. Deadline is Friday, May 24.

For more info about TORCH, visit www.torchevents.org or reach out via email.

 

Faith Formation Director

Posted May 20, 2019

Church of St. Raphael, Springfield, MN

www.vineandbranchesafc.org

Full time position with benefits responsible for developing and coordinating a comprehensive (K-12th, youth, adults) faith formation program and summer mission trip in a rural parish of 500 families.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree with preferred experience in Catholic youth ministry and studies wage dependent of training and experience.

Contact: Fr. Phil Schotzko for questions and complete job description  507-381-2374,  phil.schotzko@newulmtel.net

 

Director of Formation: Elementary

Posted March 27, 2019

All Saints Catholic Church, Lakeville, MN

Reports to: Director of Mission, Pastor
Provides work direction to: Mission Partners, Formation Ministry Assistant and Parish Office Assistant
Receives work direction from: Appropriate staff as designated by supervisor or pastor
FLSA:
Hours: Full-time, 40+ hours per week, 10 or 11 months
Schedule: Flexible
Schedule will vary based on parish needs.
Sunday, evenings, and some weekends expected.
Benefits eligible: Yes

To apply, email Loma Ince: lince@allsaintschurch.com

Job Purpose
Supports the mission of parish and the vision of the pastor and parish leadership by providing organization and leadership of the elementary formation programs, including preparation for First Reconciliation and Eucharist. The person in this position welcomes an opportunity to approach catechesis with creativity and through relationships. He/she also desires to work in a highly collaborative environment to provide opportunities for formation to all who seek to know Jesus.

Representative Responsibilities

  1. Catechetical Functions
    – Plan and implement sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation and Eucharist.
    – Design and implement program of catechesis for children in grades 1-5 that align with parish core principles and national     catechetical standards including students with special needs.
    – Recruit, train. and schedule a catechetical team to meet the Archdiocesan requirements for youth safety catechesis from grades K to 10.
    – In collaboration with mission partners and worship staff provide Children’s Liturgy of the Word at three Masses most weekends. This – includes recruiting and training mission partners and being a leader at 3 to 4 liturgies per month.
    – Provide supervision, formation, guidance and affirmation of catechists in assigned formation program.
    – Work with catechists and parents in supporting student discipline expectations.
    – Collaborate with other program directors to provide support and formation to parishioners serving in other parish programs (i.e. adult, liturgy, youth ministry)
    – Emphasize the parish’s vision through programs and events recognizing the ongoing need to foster evangelization, prayer and sacraments, catechesis, and discipleship.
    – Communicate with both catechetical leaders and families on a regular basis through a variety of communication mediums.
  2. Management Functions
    – Oversees administrative needs of the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Eucharist.
    – Provides relevant and timely communication to families and parishioners concerning all formation programs.
    – Ensures that all catechists have completed VIRTUS training, background check and have a current Code of Conduct form on file.
  3. Parish and Community Functions
    – Serves as an example of Catholic faith to parents, children and catechists.
    – Facilitates the development of spiritual growth for students, catechists and parents through appropriate prayer, liturgy, service and celebration.
    – Collaborates with Parish Program Directors regarding sacramental preparation, curriculum, resources, and shared celebrations.
    – Attends commission and other committee meetings as needed or requested by supervisor or pastor.
    – Actively participates in parish and staff activities as appropriate and in professional enrichment and continuing education programs.
    – Attends workshops, classes, and seminars applicable to the ministry. Maintains membership in professional organizations appropriate to the position.

Qualifications

  1. Qualifications
    – Demonstrate understanding and acceptance of Catholic doctrine.
    – BA degree in religious Education or Education or equivalent.
    – Formation and certification in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Level I & II a plus. Certification required by 2021.
    – Experience working with adults.
    – Experience working with mission partners/volunteers.
    – Ability to satisfactorily pass a criminal background check and an acceptable credit report.
  2. Mental Demands
    – Ability to adapt to change
    – Dependability, confidentiality, integrity, and honesty
    – Ability to develop a productive working relationship with supervisor and pastor
    – Demonstrated ability to work well with others
    – Understanding of the parish culture and ability to adjust actions to fit that culture
    – Enthusiastic, self-motivated and able to work alone without supervision, obtaining direction when needed
    – Ability to work under pressure and with constant interruptions
    – High level of organizational skills
    – Strong communication skills
    – Ability to follow all guidelines of the parish Personnel Policy Handbook
    – Ability to be pleasant and ministry-oriented even when exposed to negative influences
  3. Physical Demands
    – Work 40 or more hours per week
    – Lift and move using proper techniques up to 15 pounds

 

Missouri

Youth Minister – St. Louis, MO

Posted February 11, 2019

Ablaze Ministries, St. Louis, MO

Job Type: Full-Time Position

URL: https://ablazeyouth.org/

ABOUT ABLAZE MINISTRIES
The mission of Ablaze Ministries is to implement the US Bishops’ vision of comprehensive youth ministry by engaging, nurturing, and empowering discipleship in young people, ministers, volunteers, and families.  

Ablaze Ministries enables schools and parishes of all sizes to sustain professional, cost-effective, and enthusiastic ministry rooted in prayer, fellowship, and formation. Our ministry enables collaboration of community parishes, highlighting the true connectedness of the universal Church.

Ablaze Ministries provides youth ministers with spiritual formation, professional training, and theological teaching. Our team of missionaries work together in community, sharing each other’s gifts and holding each other accountable to meet the needs and the call of the Catholic Church.

DESCRIPTION
The Youth Minister serves as a full time missionary with a two-year commitment. Ablaze Ministries provides summer training and time for fundraising before Youth Ministers enter into assigned parish ministry. Ablaze Ministries also provides mentorship for the duration of the fall and spring semesters. The Youth Minister is needed to creatively and energetically grow a youth ministry program, form intentional disciples, and present the faith in a way that is relevant to young people.

Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Each Youth Minister at Ablaze Ministries is expected to have a life of prayer and a continued effort to unite one’s heart to Christ. The Youth Minister is needed to develop and coordinate a high school or middle school program including implementation of a multifaceted youth program with catechesis, sacramental preparation, small groups, service experiences, retreats, prayer experiences, relational ministry, and teen-leadership formation.

Responsibilities of the Youth Minister will also include:
-Provide vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to young people in either middle school (7th – 8th grade) or high school (9th – 12th grade)
-Coordinate and lead weekly youth nights, monthly activities, catechesis, and retreats
-Support fellow Youth Ministers at Ablaze Ministries and their programs through collaboration and, if possible, participation in their events
-Participation in partner Youth Minister’s weekly youth nights
-Attend weekly Youth Minister meetings and occasional parish staff meetings
-Serve as the Ablaze Ministries liaison with the pastor, parish staff, and parish council
-Provide support for larger events hosted by the parish and Ablaze Ministries

EXPECTATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY
-A Bachelor’s degree, at minimum, is required to apply for this position
-Citizenship of the United States is required
-Experience in youth ministry is preferred
-Proficiency in Spanish is preferred
-Proficiency in social media and technology
-Salary is fundraised, so ability to work with Fundraising Coordinator to meet salary goals is required.
-Willingness to abide by Personal Conduct Agreement and Spiritual Covenant
-Committed disciple of Christ reflected in a life of pervasive prayer, devotion to the Eucharist, and a life of holiness.

HOW TO APPLY
Email McKenzie Dao at mckenzie@ablazeyouth.org for questions about this position. Applications may be submitted through our website at https://ablazeyouth.org/serve/missionary.

 

New Jersey

DRE-Youth Minister

Posted April 1, 2019

St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish, Carneys Point, NJ

Full-Time Employee
Experience: 0-2 Years
Education: Undergraduate Degree
Base Pay: $16.00 to $18.00 Hourly
Send applications or inquiries to: cptabernacle@yahoo.com
Apply by Email

Job Description
Looking for a full-time employee as part of parish staff/ministry team. In the past, our DRE was part time and our YM was part time – the downside was a lack of presence and communication – we feel that this is worth offering a larger salary and benefits. Experience is important. Orthodoxy and a prayer life is a must. Catechesis is part of the job. Maturity and ability to deal with parents is required for the DRE portion – especially as we move toward more of a “home school” model, requiring more dialogue with families and parental involvement. Youthfulness and flexibility is important for the youth ministry part. Will be working closely with pastor who is hands-on with RCIA, YM, and Rel. Ed.

About the Employer
St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish is a Catholic parish of the Diocese of Camden, NJ.

North Carolina

Youth Minister/ Confirmation Coordinator

Posted April 11, 2019

St. Vincent de Paul Church, Charlotte, NC

The Catholic Parish of St. Vincent de Paul in Charlotte, NC, is seeking applicants for a part-time position as a Youth Minister. The Youth Minister is responsible for grades 9 through 12 in the form of Confirmation preparation and youth group in collaboration with the Director of Faith Formation and the Pastor. This position answers directly to the Director of Faith Formation.

1. Be a faithful, practicing, knowledgeable, and Confirmed Catholic, in good standing with the Catholic Church and committed to the authentic teaching of the Catholic Faith.

2. Be self-motivated, enthusiastic, and possess strong evangelization and catechist skills.

3. Enjoy working with and being around teens and young adults.

4. Be available on some weekends and evenings: Sundays, Wednesday evenings, and select Saturdays will be required. All other hours are somewhat flexible.

5. Proficient in Word, Excel, and Publisher.

6. Previous experience or degree in a related field is a plus.

7. Proficiency in English and Spanish would be beneficial.

We are looking for someone who is very excited about the faith and able to get young people excited as well. An overall willingness to learn the skills listed above is absolutely necessary.

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and three professional references with contact information to rvprovost@charlottediocese.org

Ohio

Coordinator of Youth Ministry & Religious Education

Posted May 9, 2019

St. Augustine Church Minster, OH 

Coordinator of Youth Ministry (7-12) & Religious Education (9-12) – St. Augustine Catholic Church, Minster, OH presents an exciting opportunity to an effective leader and administrator who wishes to become part of the long standing tradition of excellent Catholic education. This prominent role would develop and coordinate the religious education program for grades 9-12 and administer youth ministry for grades 7-12.  A person of Christian faith who strives to live a life guided by the Gospel, rooted in regular personal prayer, and lived out in the Catholic faith community is invited to apply by sending a resume and cover letter to pastor@staugie.com. Full job description can be found on our parish website at http://www.staugie.com/youth-ministry

 

Missionary

Posted April 11, 2019

VIA Catholic, Cincinnati, OH

VIA Catholic – an outreach of the Office for Youth Evangelization and Discipleship of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati – is seeking joyful, passionate, zealous missionaries to serve as part of the VIA Missionary Initiative.

Our vision is to seek the face of Christ in the life of the Catholic Church and bear witness – inviting youth to join us on the Way.

Our mission is to create movement through shared life, shared formation and shared mission.

A VIA Missionary lives the vision and mission of VIA while serving for two years in an understaffed parish for the sake of laying a foundation for long-term youth evangelization for middle school through high school youth. Missionaries are sent out two-by-two, live in community, and receive formation and mentoring throughout their time of service. The missionary support-raises their salary and a portion of their formation costs. They are responsible for the ministry to the youth, parents and volunteers at their assignment as well as other VIA ministries with which they assist.

To learn more and apply for the position please visit: https://viacatholic.org/missionaries or Email Laura Potter, Associate Director-VIA Missionaries, lpotter@catholiccincinnati.org

Pennsylvania

Director of Parish Engagement

Posted April 11, 2019

St. Patrick Church, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, PA

(Full-Time) Reports To: Pastor

Position Summary
The Director of Parish Engagement serves the entire parish by assisting parish leaders in aligning parish activities and ministries to our parish mission so as to help form, support and develop disciples of Jesus Christ.
The Director of Parish Engagement reports to the Pastor and works in partnership with staff and parish ministry heads to fulfill the Mission of our parish which reads as follows:
St. Patrick Church, in the process of strengthening its Catholic Community, seeks to make the gospel of Jesus Christ better known and loved through prayer, stewardship and good works.
This role is a full-time pastoral position which necessitates connecting people to opportunities available within our parish and developing activities that further extend the reach of our parish and the growth of parishioners in their relationship with Christ, others and the Church.

Key Job Functions and Responsibilities
General responsibilities of the Director of Parish Engagement & Formation include but are not limited to the following:
1) Collaborates with the pastor, staff and parish leaders in articulating and implementing the
mission of the parish. Actively promotes this vision to the various ministries in the parish and develops new ways to meet the assessed needs of the parish consistent with the mission.
2) Develops, maintains and manages a communication for the parish and local community.
This includes both hard vehicles of communication, i.e. parish website, Flocknote, social media and soft vehicles, i.e. forming relationships among parishioners
3) Assists and collaborates with Parish Ministry Leaders.
Collaborates with parish leaders to create alignment and synergies within parish ministries. May be assigned specific interim responsibilities where there is a ministry leader vacancy.
4) Identifies and assists parishioners in various demographics to help them connect with the
parish community.
5) Draw young people and their families to responsible participation in the life, mission,
leadership and work of our parish community. 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent.
Experience: Experience in Catholic parish/campus ministry leadership with focus on
intentional discipleship and relational ministry.
Strong inter-personal skills and able to work effectively both person-to-person and as a team player across different groups of people
Knowledge of best practices, resources, services and tools (including software) to grow a stronger parish community. 

GENERAL CAPABILTIES:
Functional Skills: Excellent organizational, time and project management skills
Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
Good understanding of regulatory, legal and liturgical requirements pertaining to this position, as a leader in a Catholic community.
Strong presentation skills, with the ability to understand the overall needs of all sectors of the parish.
Proven ability to develop and implement projects, processes, systems.
Interpersonal/Connecting with Others Skill Including:
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate manage and work with all ages of parishioners in a professional and faithful manner.
Team player; natural collaborator with ability to fostering a cooperative environment, yet to take stance on challenging issues.
Thinking skills:
Strong problem solving, influence negotiation and communication skills.
Achievement skills:
Self-starter with the ability to multi-task, prioritize and accomplish key priorities.
Computer Operations:
Strong PC Skills, knowledge and proficiency of Microsoft Office products and applications required including Word, Excel and PowerPoint software applications.
Computer savy with internet, computer/device apps, and other technology relevant to our parish, local community and target groups of focus (youth, young adults, etc.)
Other:
Hours will fluctuate but may regularly include evenings/weekends. Ability to travel locally and participate in Archdiocese/Parish Meetings.

Apply:
Please apply directly to St. Patrick Parish by submitting your cover letter and resume to frrogerssp@gmail.com or FAX to 610-444-2129. No phone calls, please.

South Carolina

Diocesan Missionary Team Worship Leader

Posted March 27, 2019

Catholic Diocese of Charleston, SC

Do you want to make a difference in Catholic young people’s lives?  We are looking for young adults between 18-28 years of age to proclaim the “Good News” to the youth of the Diocese of Charleston as missionaries!

The Diocesan Missionary Team is entering its fourth year of service. Based out of beautiful and historic downtown Charleston, the DMT’s main ministry outreach is leading retreats for young people throughout the diocese.  When the DMT is not giving retreats, they will serve at a parish, a Catholic high school, or with young adults in the Charleston area.

In addition to being a full member of the team, the team worship leader will serve the team and the young people on retreats by leading the times of worship. The worship leader must be able to play an instrument, preferably guitar, and be a strong vocalist. In additional to being a skilled musician, the worship leader must have an understanding of what it means to lead others in authentic worship.

The Office of Youth Ministry will provide each DMT member with: a generous stipend, housing, meals, training, community, transportation and all the support you need to be effective ministers to our youth.  

What we ask of each member of the DMT is the following:  a strong Catholic faith life, the heart of a servant, the ability to live in community and the ability to serve from August 21, 2019 to June 13, 2020.

You can find additional information and start the application process on our website: https://charlestondiocese.org/youth-ministry/about-the-diocesan-missionary-team-dmt/ Make note of your desire to be the team worship leader in the application.

Please contact our office with any questions:
Jessica Jenkins
Associate Director
Office of Youth Ministry
843-261-0446
jjenkins@charlestondiocese.org

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Diocesan Missionary Team

Posted March 7, 2019

Catholic Diocese of Charleston, SC

Do you want to make a difference in Catholic young people’s lives?  We are looking for young adults between 18-28 years of age to proclaim the “Good News” to the youth of the Diocese of Charleston as missionaries!

The Diocesan Missionary Team is entering its fourth year of service. Based out of beautiful and historic downtown Charleston, the DMT’s main ministry outreach is leading retreats throughout the diocese.  When the DMT is not giving retreats, they will serve at a parish, a Catholic high school, or with young adults in the Charleston area.

The Office of Youth Ministry will provide each DMT member with:  a generous stipend, housing, meals, training, community, transportation and all the support you need to be effective ministers to our youth.  

What we ask of each member of the DMT is the following:  a strong Catholic faith life, the heart of a servant, the ability to live in community and the ability to serve from August 21, 2019 to June 13, 2020.

You can find additional information and start the application process on our website: https://charlestondiocese.org/youth-ministry/about-the-diocesan-missionary-team-dmt/

Please contact our office with any questions:
Jessica Jenkins
Associate Director
Office of Youth Ministry
843-261-0446
jjenkins@charlestondiocese.org

Texas

Assistant Youth Ministry Coordinator Position

Posted April 11, 2019

Saint John Vianney Catholic Church, Houston, TX

Position Overview
St. John Vianney is searching for a full-time assistant youth minister to work in a new youth ministry program at a dynamic parish. The candidate will be working in conjunction with the Coordinator of Youth Ministry to implement an array of youth ministry programs. The candidate must have a deep-rooted love for God and a pastoral desire to share that faith with teens to help them grow closer to the Lord. The candidate must be a Catholic who is in good standing with the Church and has received all the sacraments of initiation. The candidate needs to have passion for evangelism and be comfortable in doing so to teens.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare, coordinate, and implement youth ministry events and functions that coincide with the vision of youth ministry at St. John Vianney.
  • Applicants will be accountable to the Coordinator of Youth Ministry, the Director of Faith Formation, and the Pastor of St. John Vianney Catholic Church for the implementation of this vision.
  • Applicant is expected to work flexible hours that will include office hours, some weeknights and some weekends. As well as being able to go on extended trips for ministry or educational purposes.
  • Regularly engage the teens and parish with public speaking and being personable in front of both large and small groups of people.
  • Be willing to engage with students in relational ministry.
  • Be willing to engage with volunteers in relational ministry.
  • Regularly communicate with volunteers and to the parish at large.
  • Be willing to work alongside parents as partners in ministry.
  • Be willing to set up for youth ministry events, and tear down afterwards.
  • Work as part of a team with the rest of the youth formation staff as needed.
  • Perform other tasks as directed by the Coordinator of Youth Ministry and the Director of Faith Formation.
  • Maintain a desire to grow in your ministry and to learn new skills that will help in the implementation of ministry at St. John Vianney.


Preferred Skills

  • Strong Biblical and Catechetical knowledge.
  • Proficiency at leading Praise and Worship.
  • Being able to conduct ministry and communicate bilingually.
  • Maintain an outgoing and engaging personality in youth ministry settings.
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Familiarity at running a sound system, presentation software, and lighting equipment.
  • Familiarity with current social media platforms.

Requirements

  • Applicant needs a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology, Communications, or Youth Ministry related field. In lieu of a degree, work experience and particular skillset will be taken in consideration.
  • Applicant must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Applicant must have some experience in Youth Ministry.

Email your resume for consideration to Pete Padros at PPrados@stjohnvianney.org

 

Youth Minister – Bryan, TX

Posted February 11, 2019

Ablaze Ministries, Bryan, TX

Job Type: Full-Time Position

URL: https://ablazeyouth.org/

ABOUT ABLAZE MINISTRIES

The mission of Ablaze Ministries is to implement the US Bishops’ vision of comprehensive youth ministry by engaging, nurturing, and empowering discipleship in young people, ministers, volunteers, and families.  

Ablaze Ministries enables schools and parishes of all sizes to sustain professional, cost-effective, and enthusiastic ministry rooted in prayer, fellowship, and formation. Our ministry enables collaboration of community parishes, highlighting the true connectedness of the universal Church.

Ablaze Ministries provides youth ministers with spiritual formation, professional training, and theological teaching. Our team of missionaries work together in community, sharing each other’s gifts and holding each other accountable to meet the needs and the call of the Catholic Church.

DESCRIPTION
The Youth Minister serves as a full time missionary with a two-year commitment. Ablaze Ministries provides summer training and time for fundraising before Youth Ministers enter into assigned parish ministry. Ablaze Ministries also provides mentorship for the duration of the fall and spring semesters. The Youth Minister is needed to creatively and energetically grow a youth ministry program, form intentional disciples, and present the faith in a way that is relevant to young people.

Our team is looking for someone who loves their Catholic faith, is passionate about youth ministry and the New Evangelization, and is willing to start each workday in staff prayer/Eucharistic Adoration. The candidate must have excellent motivational leadership skills, be well organized, have superb verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to coordinate and collaborate with teams of adult volunteers.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Each Youth Minister at Ablaze Ministries is expected to have a life of prayer and a continued effort to unite one’s heart to Christ. The Youth Minister is needed to develop and coordinate a high school or middle school program including implementation of a multifaceted youth program with catechesis, sacramental preparation, small groups, service experiences, retreats, prayer experiences, relational ministry, and teen-leadership formation.

Responsibilities of the Youth Minister will also include:
-Provide vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to young people in either middle school (7th – 8th grade) or high school (9th – 12th grade)
-Coordinate and lead weekly youth nights, monthly activities, catechesis, and retreats
-Support fellow Youth Ministers at Ablaze Ministries and their programs through collaboration and, if possible, participation in their events
-Participation in partner Youth Minister’s weekly youth nights
-Attend weekly Youth Minister meetings and occasional parish staff meetings
-Serve as the Ablaze Ministries liaison with the pastor, parish staff, and parish council
-Provide support for larger events hosted by the parish and Ablaze Ministries

EXPECTATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY
-A Bachelor’s degree, at minimum, is required to apply for this position
-Citizenship of the United States is required
-Experience in youth ministry is preferred
-Proficiency in Spanish is preferred
-Proficiency in social media and technology
-Salary is fundraised, so ability to work with Fundraising Coordinator to meet salary goals is required.
-Willingness to abide by Personal Conduct Agreement and Spiritual Covenant
-Committed disciple of Christ reflected in a life of pervasive prayer, devotion to the Eucharist, and a life of holiness.

HOW TO APPLY
Email McKenzie Dao at mckenzie@ablazeyouth.org for questions about this position. Applications may be submitted through our website at https://ablazeyouth.org/serve/missionary.

 

Director of Music

Posted January 15, 2018

St. Louis Catholic Church, Waco, TX

Job Type: Full-Time Position Location: Waco, TX URL: www.stlouiswaco.com

Description
St. Louis Catholic Church is a dynamic growing community of 1,300 families. We have an opening for a full-time Director of Music for our parish. We are looking for someone who is in love with their Catholic faith, has a passion for ministry in the New Evangelization, and is willing to begin each day of work in prayer. We want someone who can creatively and energetically grow a music ministry program, working to develop volunteers and choirs in a manner that encourages discipleship and an expression of music that is both orthodox and approachable. They should desire to work with the rich musical tradition of the church in a way that is faithful, innovative, dynamic, and relevant. The candidate should desire to work with a team, participating in and fostering a spirit of unity and collaboration. He/she must be well-organized and have superb verbal and written communication skills. They should demonstrate a desire to seek the good, both in the mission and vision of the parish but for virtue in their own lives.

The responsibilities will include: developing, coordinating, and implementing our parish musical programs including the coordination of all choirs for a quality and consistent musical Sunday experience, the direction of choirs, advanced musical planning with clergy, assistance with recruitment and retention of choir volunteers.

A Bachelors degree is required for this position. A degree in music, music theory, musical education or choral performance is preferred. Prior experience is preferred. Proficiency in at least one accompanying instrument is required.

We are looking for one of the best and are willing to offer a commensurate salary. The start date is flexible. Opportunities to work with both the parish school and nearby Reicher Catholic High School are also available.

About Parish
St. Louis Catholic Church is a growing parish of over 1,300 active families in Waco, TX. It has both English and Spanish speaking communities. We also have a growing pre-K to eighth-grade school. We are striving to become a parish that embraces the New Evangelization. We have been inspired by the Amazing Parish Conference (amazingparish.org), and the books Forming Intentional Disciples and Rebuilt.

How to Apply
Resumes and cover letters should be sent to Fr. Ryan Higdon, Administrator. FrRyan@stlouiswaco.com.

Washington

Pastoral Assistant For Evangelization And Stewardship

Posted June 5, 2019

Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Bellevue, WA

Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Bellevue, WA seeks a faith-filled and creative self-starter with strong interpersonal and organizational skills to develop and implement an evangelization and stewardship process that invites parishioners into a greater awareness of their Catholic faith, engages their call to discipleship, encourages their full, active and conscious participation in the parish and beyond, and facilitates their sharing of time and talent. Excellent salary and benefits in accord with Archdiocesan guidelines. Starting salary depends on qualifications and experience. This is a full-time, year-round, exempt position. Includes evening and weekend work. E-mail John Meyer, jmeyer@sacredheart.org, for application packet. Position open until filled.

Wisconsin

Director of Christian Formation

Posted May 20, 2019

Sacred Hearts Parish in Sun Prairie, WI

Grades K-5

Sacred Hearts Parish in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin is looking for a part/full-time director of faith formation for an established K-5th grade program. Responsibilities include directing the K-5 Christian formation classes, sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist, coordinating Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, the RCIC program, and children’s Liturgy of the Word. We prefer candidates with a degree in religious studies or a related field in addition to experience working with children in classroom, worship and/or social settings. This is a 10-month position beginning August 1, 2019. For information or to apply, please contact Sharon at (608) 837-7381 or send resume to:

Sacred Hearts (Attn. Sharon Ouimette)
221 Columbus St.
Sun Prairie, WI 53590.

Application deadline is June 10, 2019.

 

Director of Religious Education

Posted April 12, 2019

Nativity of Our Lord Parish, Rhinelander, WI 

Nativity of Our Lord Parish is seeking a Director of Religious Education (DRE) to develop goals, objectives and strategies for a total religious education program. In collaboration with the Pastor, the DRE will implement, direct and monitor intergenerational catechetical programs which support lifelong learning for all parishioners.

This would require the supervision of Religious Education staff and volunteers in programs for adults, youth, and children. These programs will include Sacramental Preparation for Baptism, Reconciliation, First Communion, Confirmation, Rite of Christian Initiation; as well as coordination of adult bible studies. Some professional development at conferences, workshops, and deanery meetings; and light travel is required.

The qualified candidate will have a desire to help people grow in their faith, support and engage in relational ministry. A Bachelors or Masters Degree in Religious Education Studies, Theology or related field is preferred, but not required. This person must be living in full sacramental communion with the Catholic Church. The qualified candidate must be competent in visioning, applying age appropriate catechetical methods and basic program development as well as exhibit skills in interpersonal communication, collaborative ministry and public speaking.
If you are interested in this position or would like more information, please submit a cover letter and resume to:

Nativity of our Lord
c/o Mike DeBay
110 Conro Street
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Or via email at mdebay@nativity.me

 

COORDINATOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY

Posted April 4, 2019

St. Mary and St. Francis Xavier Church and Notre Dame School in De Pere, WI

Job Summary 
The primary purpose of this position is the coordination of a comprehensive Youth Ministry program for the youth within the mission area of St. Mary and St. Francis Xavier parishes and Notre Dame School in De Pere, WI.

Actions required to be consistent with Culture and Values:

  • Explore Potential:  Nurture and challenge the God-given potential and gifts in others so they translate their own potential into action and reach the hearts of even more people through missionary discipleship.
  • Connect to Inspire:  Connect with each individual person and ignite their desire to accomplish the vision and mission of the Church.
  • Embrace People’s Hearts:  See Christ in all who are served and treat each person with respect and honor with positive regard and appreciation for all individuals.
  • Empowered to Act:  Take personal responsibility for parish and diocesan mission, vision and culture with a personal desire for accountability to reach souls for God.
  • Nurture Abundant Life and Growth:  Actively nurture life and growth of each individual with a desire to cultivate their own ability to inspire discipleship in others.  Cultivate leaders and teams outside of their comfort zone in their personal journey of discipleship actions.

     

Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

Knowledge

  • A  working  knowledge  of theology and education
  • BS/BA in Religious Studies or Related Field, or EMMAUS Program completed/in process, or BS/BA in field other than Religious Studies plus Religious Education Advanced Certification
  • An understanding of the physical, emotional, intellectual and faith characteristics of teenagers

Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to connect personally with teens and to promote a visible partnership with their families and the community.
  • Ability to recruit, work with and support volunteers.
  • A strong understanding of the Catholic faith and can instill it in others.
  • Must be an authentic and passionate witness to a Catholic life.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated leadership ability

Duties and Responsibilities:

“Embrace the mission and vision of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay and work in accordance with Catholic Social Teachings and the moral and ethical values of the Catholic Church.”

  1. Provide, monitor, create and lead youth opportunities, annual youth retreats, youth leadership teams, mission opportunities, and youth service events.
  2. Recruit, train and coordinate volunteers.
  3. Work individually with student leaders.
  4. Connect youth with larger church opportunities – ex. March for Life, Steubenville, Love Begins Here, CYE, etc.
  5. Design faith nights for the youth of our community and parish.
  6. Gather information from the community to understand what the needs are of the youth – both engaged youth and those who are not parishioners – within the community.
  7. Coordinate and collaborate with parish staff, parish/school committees and other area Youth Ministers.
  8. Support families as the primary evangelist of their teens.
  9. Assist with the Confirmation Program
  10. Visit youth in their settings
  11. Responsible to support the parish vision and mission; expected to attend retreats, seminars, parish and staff meeting, and small group discussions where faith is discussed.  
  12. Required to participate in parish paid continuous education and spiritual development opportunities.

Nature of Supervision Received:  Works under the direction of the parish Pastor.  Works independently within authority limits and expertise.  Requires individual initiative in program development and recognition of problems and solutions.

Judgment Exercised/Decisions Made:  Must function independently and display personal integrity.  Must exhibit a relatable, affective maturity level appropriate for working with teens while exercising appropriate judgment in boundaries, guidance etc.

Financial Responsibility:  Controls individual and program expenses according to the parish pre-approved budget limits.  Must be able to write a budget. Recommends purchase of major expense items.

Supervision Exercised/Number of Employees Supervised:  Leads a team of adult volunteers but no direct employee supervision.  Must be able to work and communicate efficiently and effectively within the parish Faith Formation team.

ADA

Physical/Visual/Mental Demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.  This position requires intermittent physical activity, including standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping and crouching as well as the ability to push, pull, move, and/or lift a minimum of 25 pounds to a minimum height of 5 feet and able to push, pull, move, and/or carry such weight a minimum distance of 50 feet.  

Typical Working Conditions:  Some work in office setting during regular school/business hours, however, the majority of the work is done during times when teenagers are available – evenings and weekend.  Some flexibility is required to accommodate longer workdays. This position requires travel to off-site meeting locations for community and parishioner youth events and some overnights for youth retreat events.

If you are passionate about evangelization and working with youth, please submit a resume and cover letter to: vtreml@stmarydepere.org

 

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