Toledo Central City Ministry, Rosary Cathedral Campus, is seeking a teacher for Grade 6. Bachelor’s degree and license in education is required, as well as a strong commitment to working in a faith-filled environment with inner-city youth. Candidate must be a practicing Catholic. Please send resume, cover letter and references to Sr. Lynda Snyder, principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(posted November 13, 2017)
Saint Peter's in Mansfield is looking to fill a full-time aide position to work with special education students in grades K-12. The hours are from 7: 30 a.m.- 3 p.m. Previous experience working with special needs students is a plus. Interested applicants must complete a background check and the Diocese of Toledo child safety on-line class. Applicants must also be willing to obtain an aide license.
Interested candidates should contact:
c/o Saint Peter’s
104 W. First Street
Mansfield, Ohio 44902 or email@example.com
Applications must be accepted by November 13th.
(posted October 30, 2017)
Full-time Business Manager/Bookkeeper needed: All Saints Catholic Church in Rossford, Ohio is seeking a full-time Business Manager/Bookkeeper for both its church and school. The role performs all bookkeeping duties to ensure proper maintenance of accounting records, processing of receivables, payables, and payroll, and preparation of routine and special accounting reports. As business manager, the position requires one to primarily serve as Human Resource Administrator (maintains employee benefits) and School Cafeteria Food Service Administrator. Interested Applicants should send inquiries or resumes to Fr. Anthony Recker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(posted October 23, 2017)
The Calvert Catholic Schools is seeking a Director of Institutional Advancement. Looking for an energetic and enthusiastic development professional to lead, coordinate and execute our development and marketing efforts. These efforts include: annual giving programs, which includes our major donors, the Annual Fund, planned giving, and corporate and foundation grants. Experience in fundraising, donor cultivation, annual campaigns, marketing, grant writing, special events and volunteer management as it relates to fundraising is preferred. Previous experience in the use of Blackbaud eTapestry, social media and websites is also preferred. Excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills are required. Some travel, nights and weekends. The Director of Institutional Advancement is a member of the Calvert Administrative Team. Compensation commensurate with experience.
If you are interested in applying, submit a Cover Letter, Resume, and References to:
- Michael Kaucher
- Calvert Catholic Schools
- 152 Madison Street
- Tiffin, OH 44883
(posted October 18, 2017)
St. Augustine Catholic School in Napoleon is seeking applicants to join our dedicated staff as a physical education teacher. This position is one day per week with up to five classes each 30-45 minutes in length. A degree with physical education major or minor would be preferred. Please contact the school at 419-592-3641 and speak to Jim George, principal.
(posted October 6, 2017)
St. Augustine Catholic School in Napoleon is seeking applicants to join our dedicated staff as a Title I reading teacher. This reading position is four days per week for up to three hours each day. We share the person with St. Paul Lutheran where the candidate will work five days for up to three hours daily. A degree in early childhood education (PK-3) or middle school (4-9) in language arts is preferred. A reading endorsement is required. Please contact the school at 419-592-3641 and speak to Jim George, principal.
(posted October 6, 2017)
Central City Ministry, Rosary Cathedral Campus, is seeking a teacher for grade 4. Bachelor’s degree and license in education is required, as well as a strong commitment to working in a faith-filled environment with inner-city youth. Please send resume, cover letter and references to Sr. Lynda Snyder, principal, at email@example.com.
(posted September 1, 2017)
St. Ursula Academy is seeking an English teacher, grades 7-12, to work with individuals and small groups. Successful applicants will have a strong writing background and be proficient in grammar and MLA format. Applicant must be ODE certified, grades 7-12. Preparation for working with other core disciplines such as science and social students is a plus.
This position will begin January 8, 2018. Hours are 7:00am-2:30pm.
Send resume and cover letter by November 17, 2017 to:
Kathleen Schramm, Executive Administrative Assistant, St. Ursula Academy: firstname.lastname@example.org
(posted November 8, 2017)
St. Ursula Academy is seeking a full-time Social Media and Visual Communications Specialist. The Social Media and Visual Communications Specialist implements the graphic, marketing, social media, visual advertising, and promotional efforts on behalf of St. Ursula Academy. The Social Media and Visual Communications Specialist participates in a wide range of activities, from social media, graphic design, print advertising development, website design, and ongoing website maintenance. The Social Media and Visual Communications Specialist serves and the "Voice of the Arrows" across all social media platforms.
Education & Experience Requirements:
- A Bachelor's degree with an emphasis in Graphic Design or an Arts discipline
- Three years of professional employment in graphic design, marketing, social media, promotions, advertising, and/or a related field is preferred
- Computer literacy, specifically Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office is required
Please submit your cover letter, resume, the names of three professional references, and salary requirement by November 10, 2017 to:
Amy Rounds, Director of Marketing and Communications, St. Ursula Academy: email@example.com
Only applications submitted via email will be accepted.
(posted November 1, 2017)
Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School & Academy in Oregon, Ohio has immediate openings for three varsity coaching positions; Head track and field coach; Head softball coach; Head golf coach. Successful candidates should have knowledge of a faith-based school and the acumen to manage a sports program in a Catholic school environment. High school or collegiate coaching experience is preferred. Successful candidate must be able to pass all OHSAA, Diocese of Toledo, and school requirements, and possess or be able to obtain a Pupil Activity Permit from the Ohio Department of Education. Those interested should submit a letter of interest, resume and references to Athletic Director, Dick Cromwell @ firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 16, 2017.
(posted October 30, 2017)
Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School & Academy in Oregon, Ohio has an immediate opening for a full-time Science Teacher. The person will have the opportunity to be an integral part of our STEMM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine). Major responsibilities will include instruction in courses such as Zoology, Biology and Anatomy, with additional courses in Personal Nutrition. Successful candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, appropriate High School or 7-12 teaching certification, successful experience in student teaching or classroom teaching, and clear FBI/BCI background check. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com by October 30, 2017.
(posted October 11, 2017)
Lima Central Catholic High School is seeking a full time maintenance supervisor available immediately. Responsibilities include responsibility for maintenance of all equipment and facilities on the LCC campus. A full job description and application for employment can be found at http://lcchs.edu/home/about-lcc/careers/. Interested candidates should email the completed application and direct any questions to Connie McClain, Director of Finance and Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(posted October 6, 2017)
Notre Dame Academy is seeking a Director of Resource Center. A Director of the Resource center collaborates with teaching staff in the development of student literacy through the administration of the library media program. Provides instruction in and access to information resources and programs for students, staff and the entire school community. Part of the program is helping oversee the Makerspace which includes use of a 3D Printer and Vinyl Cutter. Oversees the selection, organization, utilization, and maintenance of library, information, and curriculum resources.
- Bachelors Degree in Library Science or Education is required.
- Master of Library and Information Studies, or Master of Education in School Library Media Education is preferred.
- A current Ohio School Library Media Specialist or Librarian certificate is preferred.
- Successful experience as a classroom teacher preferred.
- Must possess ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
- Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff, parents, and the public.
Please send resumes to Mrs. Andrea Zimmerman at email@example.com.
(posted September 27, 2017)
Sandusky Central Catholic School is seeking a Technology Integrationist and STEM Lab Coordinator.
Candidates should have an appropriate teaching license in math, science, or technology or a proven ability to obtain. Experience in a STEM-related field is preferred but not required. Areas of Responsibility Include:
Collaborate with classroom teachers and administrators to enhance teaching and learning
Develop and enhance STEM curriculum throughout the school
Design and facilitate professional development for staff
Teach sections of classes as needed
Only candidates with a clear FBI/BCI background check will be considered for this position. Applicants are encouraged to apply early as this position is open until filled. Please email a letter of interest, resume, references, and transcript to President /Head of School, Mr. Geoff Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
(posted September 11, 2017)
St. Peter’s JHHS in Mansfield is seeking candidates for the following positions for the 2017-2018 school year:
- English Teacher: Gr. 7 (Reading), Gr. 9 English 1, Gr. 9 English 1 Honors, Gr. 11 English
- Theology Teacher: Gr. 8 and Gr. 10 and a Spiritual Life Class
- An Ohio State Certified Intervention Specialist
Applications with 3 references may be sent to: email@example.com
(posted April 5, 2017)
Musician needed for part time liturgist position at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Bono, Ohio. Responsibilities would include planning liturgies for Sunday 9:30 Mass, Holy Day Masses, Christmas Masses and Holy week services. Please contact the pastor Fr. Mark Herzog at 419-693-1150 or the parish office at 419-836-7681.
(posted November 16, 2017)
St. Jerome Parish, Walbridge is seeking a Parish Manager to provide strong leadership and supervision of the temporal and ministerial affairs of the parish. This includes but is not limited to office, maintenance, facilities management, financial management, budgeting, general personnel management, strategic planning, and the development and implementation of sound policies, procedures, and practices related to these areas. This also includes a focus on evangelization, marketing and ministry development in the parish. This position reports to the pastor and will work in close collaboration with him.
Qualified candidates should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in accounting, finance or management; experience in budgeting, marketing, and human resource functions including supervising a team; above average skillset in Microsoft Office Suite programs, especially in Excel, and accounting and payroll software such as QuickBooks. The candidate must be a practicing Catholic and be a proven leader who can continue to provide qualified leadership to a growing and thriving parish.
Please email resume, cover letter with salary expectations and references no later than Friday, November 30 to Fr. Eric Schild at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(posted October 23, 2017)
St. Michael the Archangel Parish in Findlay, OH, a vibrant and active community of 10,000
members, is seeking a full-time associate director of liturgy and music. The ideal candidate will
assist the Director of Liturgy and Music in leading a music ministry program of 250+ members.
Essential characteristics include: active and practicing Catholic, motivated and self-starting,
strong leadership qualities, proficiency in piano/organ, and the ability to engage our members in
inspiring worship and song. Bachelor’s degree in music required. Music education and liturgical
music experience preferred. Salary is commensurate with education and experience, and
benefits are available. Résumés and cover letters may be submitted to Ben Koval at
email@example.com. Full job description available upon request. This position is open
(posted October 5, 2017)
Christ the King Parish is seeking a part-time (average 15-20 hours per week) Associate Organist to serve as organist for choirs and other weekend liturgies, as well as Holy Days of Obligation and other liturgies as needed, as well as assisting with filing and organization within the music program. Excellent piano and organ skills are required. Salary is based on education and experience. Submit resume via email to Kathy Mumy, Director of Liturgy and Music, firstname.lastname@example.org.
(posted October 5, 2017)
St. Joseph Church, Maumee has an employment opportunity for Facility Maintenance Lead. This person must be able to perform and lead a variety of semi-skilled work in the maintenance, upkeep and repair of buildings and grounds of St. Joseph. This includes carpentry, electrical, plumbing, masonry and painting tasks. The Facility Maintenance Lead is responsible for identifying maintenance needs and must be able to develop and execute a preventative maintenance plan. To request a detailed job description or to submit your resume, please email email@example.com.
(posted September 19, 2017)
Sacred Heart Fremont and St. Mary Clyde Parishes are seeking a Music Minister to serve as Music Director for St. Mary and Accompanist for Sacred Heart. Candidate would be the primary pianist/organist for the choirs and play at two specified weekend Masses. Candidate would also supplement other groups as needed, plan music at St. Mary’s and direct a chime choir at Sacred Heart. Position is approximately 25-35 hours/week with benefits. All competent pianists/organists with ability to sing are encouraged to apply. Hourly rate commensurate with experience. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 419-332-7511. Position will be open until filled.
(posted September 5, 2017)
Sacred Heart Parish is seeking an assistant music director to serve as primary pianist/organist for the adult choir, play at weekend Masses, and supplement other groups as needed. This person would also direct one or more of the chime choirs, and assist the Director of Music with administrative tasks. Position is part-time, approximately 15-20 hours/week. The position could include any combination of the responsibilities above with only the pianist/organist for the adult choir portion as non-negotiable. All competent pianists/organists are encouraged to apply. Hourly rate commensurate with experience. Send resume to email@example.com or fax to 419-332-7511. Deadline June 30, 2017.
(posted May 2, 2017)
Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Port Clinton, Ohio on Lake Erie is seeking a full-time organist and liturgy/music director. Applicant should be an accomplished organist, practicing Catholic, minimum of a BM with organ major, choral conducting and training, and computer skills. Responsibilities include leading liturgy on the organ and piano, an adult choir, cantors, accompanists, children’s choir, and other ensembles. Possible position as music teacher in the parochial grade school, K-5. Must be able to collaborate on a Pastoral Staff. Salary and benefits commensurate with qualifications and experience. The parish has a new installation in spring of 2017 of an Allen organ Model CF-32, three manuals, 46 stops with GeniSys technology, a Yamaha U3 upright piano, three octaves Malmark handbells and other percussion instruments. Send resume, letters of recommendations, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org; or Fr. John Missler, 414 Madison Street, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452-1922; or call 419-734-4004. Deadline for applications is April 20, 2017.
(posted April 3, 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is seeking a Community Engagement Coordinator for the Mansfield location. The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for community emergency services provided in Mansfield - Richland County and is responsible for assisting the Regional Director in program planning, budget preparation, grant development and reporting, the internal coordination of program services, and the collaboration with other community agencies and organizations. Coordinates special projects and participates in activities to address community-wide issues.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include:
- Assisting individuals with securing and maintaining gainful employment, utilizing coaching/counseling tools, towards improved performance.
- Working with local employers and community partners to expand opportunities for individuals.
- Conducts case audits, as they relate to agency policy and applicable community standards for all housing and emergency services.
- Coordinates referral, intake and service to families/individuals, as outlined in agency and applicable community policies.
- Oversees the maintenance of case records and client documentation.
- Coordinates all housing services, including supervision of housing staff and coordination of referral, assessment and case management services.
- Involved with local, state and federal organizations that oversee, provide guidance and develop rules and regulations that affect housing services.
- Assists in the development of the annual program budget and develops procedures to ensure compliance with the approved budget. Supports preparation of grant applications and other development activities, related to program ministries and projects.
- Maintains and develops community collaborations and relationships, which may include parishes within the Diocese.
- Develops and maintains positive relationships with current and future funding sources.
- Ensures compliance with all Federal, State, Local and Agency policies and guidelines for program operations.
- Participates in the Agency’s quality assurance program.
- Attendance and participation in community events/meetings and in Agency program and staff meetings.
- Coordinates evaluation of program services and team performance.
- Coordinates the daily activity of program staff and provides regular case supervision and consultation. Provides supervision, training and guidance to program staff and volunteers and is involved with the hiring process and orientation of new staff and volunteers.
- Promotes systems change through legislative and other advocacy activities.
A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work/ Business Administration is highly preferred. The candidate must also be able to work with diverse groups of people, have knowledge of community resources, have a valid driver’s license and successfully pass a BCI/FBI background check. Catholic Charities serves the poor, speaks out for and assists the neglected and forgotten, while respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families.
How to apply:
Please submit resume with salary requirements to email@example.com by Friday, November 17th.
(posted November 3, 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a Director of Finance. With a yearly operating budget largely from contributions and government funding, the agency seeks an experienced candidate who will be responsible for compliance and oversight of all financial matters relevant to the agency. The successful candidate will be responsible for all budgeting, financial reporting, compliance, agency-wide payroll and coordination of all employee benefits. The Finance Director will report directly to the Executive Director and Operations Director.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency. Catholic Charities’ mission is to serve the poor, speak out for and assist the neglected and forgotten, respecting and promoting life from beginning to end, and nurturing and supporting individuals and families. Please submit resume with salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 10, 2017.
(posted October 25, 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is seeking a Full-Time Case Manager for its LaPosada Family Shelter. The Case Manager provides intake, ongoing case management and aftercare follow-up to families enrolled in the shelter program. The successful candidate should have at least an Associate’s Degree and five (5) years’ experience working in social services. Experience working with the homeless population in a shelter environment is preferred. The candidate must be able to work with diverse groups of people, have knowledge of community resources, have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a BCI/FBI background check. Catholic Charities serves the poor, speaks out for and assists the neglected and forgotten, while respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families. Please submit resume with salary requirements to email@example.com by September 28, 2017. EEO
(posted October 5, 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is seeking a Staff Guardian who will work in the Adult Advocacy Service Ministry in our Norwalk office. This position will assist in all program areas, including volunteer recruitment, training, monitoring and providing direct service to wards. Applicant must have experience working with the elderly and disabled population as well as having experience in a nursing home facility. Experience in the mental health/addiction services field is required. In addition, applicant must have knowledge of the court system. The successful candidate will be able to answer community questions regarding issues related to the elderly, and must have excellent written and verbal skills. The successful applicant must possess, at minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, or another related field, as well as three or more years of experience in social services. Supervisory experience is preferred. Applicant must: (1) maintain a valid driver’s license; (2) successfully pass a BCI/FBI background check upon hiring, and every five years thereafter; and (3) be willing to become a Registered Guardian. Catholic Charities serves the poor, speaks out for and assists the neglected and forgotten, while respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families. Please submit a resume October 20, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org. EEO
(posted Oct. 5 2017)
Catholic Charities Toledo seeks a Part-Time Case Aide for its Norwalk, Ohio office. The Part-Time Case Aide works with the staff of the Adult Advocacy program to provide services to clients. Duties include: offering administrative support, including the preparation and proofreading of documents; responding to inquiries regarding the details of the program; and performing general clerical duties. This part-time position is 24 hours per week. A High School degree or equivalent, with three years of general office experience, is required. Candidates must be skilled in the use of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience with PowerPoint is a plus. Catholic Charities serves the poor, speaks out for and assists the neglected and forgotten, while respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families. Please submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements to email@example.com by October 20.
(posted Oct. 5 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo, Ohio has an opening for a full-time Case Manager for its Mansfield office. The Case Manager assists eligible families and individuals in accessing assistance through our Community Emergency Services ministry. The successful candidate must have experience in the area of assisting individuals with securing/maintaining gainful employment utilizing coaching/counseling tools towards improved performance. Having existing relationships with local employers is a plus as well as the ability to develop relationships with new employers and community partners. Experience with coordinating special projects in the community and a visionary approach to addressing community-wide issues is essential. A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work/ Business Administration is preferred. The candidate must also be able to work with diverse groups of people, have knowledge of community resources, have a valid driver’s license and successfully pass a BCI/FBI background check. Catholic Charities serves the poor, speaks out for and assists the neglected and forgotten, while respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families. Please submit resume with salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
(posted Oct. 4, 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo, Ohio has an opening for a Winter Intern.
Catholic Charities Intern/Practicum students will be orientated to the agency staff, client systems, agency policies and procedures, safety concerns, supervision expectations and requirements, casework requirements, legal and ethical requirements, etc. Interns will work with the Adult Advocacy Services program (AAS) and community Emergency Services (CES) at Catholic Charities. They will have exposure to the requirements of the Ohio Revised Code that dictates the AAS program.
The intern will assist the Staff Guardian who works as an advocate for a court appointed ward. This may include home visits, arrangements to coordinate intervention related to health care, psychological functioning, financial situation, family relationships and living arrangements. Interns will also have the opportunity to interact with Volunteer Guardians.
The intern will assist the CES Case Manager who works to meet the needs of clients for housing, medical/Rx assistance, and food. This may include home visits, team meetings to coordinate services, and advocating on behalf of the client. Students will interview clients, determine eligibility for assistance, learn required reporting/documentation requirements, maintain client files, make referrals to other agencies, and assist with clerical duties as needed.
Students may also attend relevant meetings such as agency administrative and inter-agency meetings as well as staff meetings, possible Advisory Board meetings and case conferences based on their schedule. Students will also have the opportunity to be exposed to advocacy experiences on a macro level, when possible. Students should complete the internship having gained a variety of experience.
An intern must be enrolled as a student at an accredited institution and plans on attending college for the Spring 2018 semester. Interns receive wages in the amount of $10/hr, 30 hrs/wk, for 13 weeks. Interns do not receive health care, vacation, sick, retirement or holiday benefits.
An intern should have strong communication and interpersonal skills including telephone and email. An intern’s competencies include quality of work, quantity of work, work knowledge, reliability, teamwork and attendance.
To apply, submit resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
(posted Oct. 4, 2017)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo, Ohio has an opening for an experienced Executive Assistant. The Executive Assistant acts as a strategic partner to and provides support for the Executive Director, the Board of Directors, and key Committees. The successful candidate must be discrete with confidential information, produce consistently professional work, and be comfortable handling a variety of duties throughout the day. A high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel), as well as the ability to compose grammatically correct correspondence is required. The successful candidate must have excellent communication and organizational skills and value attention to quality and detail. Specific duties include: representing the office of the Executive Director by welcoming visitors, reviewing correspondence, handling calls, answering questions and arranging meetings; attending Board and other staff meetings/ taking and distributing meeting minutes; maintaining an accurate and detailed calendar for the Executive Director. The successful candidate will have at minimum a high school diploma with at least 5 years’ office experience in advanced administrative duties. An associate or bachelor’s degree is preferred. The candidate should also demonstrate a strong faith commitment. Catholic Charities makes real the love that God has for each individual person regardless of faith or background by serving the poor, speaking for and assisting the neglected and forgotten, respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and talents to help people in need. We invite you to join our team and to help support life transformational services in northwest Ohio. To apply, please send your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position open until filled.
(posted August 7, 2017)
Catholic Charities Toledo seeks a Part-Time Case Aide for its Norwalk, Ohio office. The Part-Time Case Aide works with the staff of the Adult Advocacy program to provide services to clients. Duties include: offering administrative support, including the preparation and proofreading of documents; responding to inquiries regarding the details of the program; and performing general clerical duties. This part-time position is 24 hours per week. A High School degree or equivalent, with three years of general office experience, is required. Candidates must be skilled in the use of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience with PowerPoint is a plus. Catholic Charities serves the poor, speaks out for and assists the neglected and forgotten, while respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families. Please submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements to email@example.com. Position open until filled.
(posted October 2, 2017)
The Diocese of Toledo is seeking a Chief Operating & Finance Officer (COO/FO).
General Summary: The Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo serves the Catholic community of northwestern Ohio including its various schools, parishes and other ecclesiastical organizations. The COO reports directly to the Board of the Diocese of Toledo Management Corporation and the Bishop..
The COO is responsible for the overall financial operations and strategy for the Diocese. This includes accounting; financing; budgeting; tax; treasury and cash management; internal and external audits; debt placement and negotiation; planning and analysis; insurance and risk management and long range planning. This executive will be responsible for ensuring that all financial systems and controls reflect best practices, implementing financial controls and programs that enable ongoing growth opportunities for the Diocese.
The COO oversees the preparation of the annual operating budgets for various Diocesan entities, ensuring that each entity prepares either a surplus or balanced budget based on sound financial assumptions and projections. The COO also oversees the preparation of the Quarterly Financial Reports to the members of the Finance Council and the annual public financial report published every year on the Diocesan website. The COO works with the Director of Finance in preparation for completion of the annual audits of the Diocese and its related entities and benefit plans. The COO presents various reports and analysis to the Bishop, the Finance Council and its sub-committees on a quarterly basis.
- Responsible for overseeing design and operation of overall financial control policies and procedures within the organization.
- In coordination with General Counsel, reviews all business contracts, and other legal documents submitted to the Moderator of the Curia or the Bishop prior to their execution.
- Analyzes financial and economic trends and their likely impact on future operations, and apprises the Moderator of the Curia or the Bishop, making recommendations when appropriate.
- Oversees banking relationships of the Diocese (e.g. depositing and borrowing) as well as parish bank borrowing, including required bank compliance and quarterly reporting efforts.
- Performs a variety of long-range financial planning exercises and analyses, and informs the Moderator of the Curia and/or the Bishop of the financial implications.
- The COO accomplishes fiscal administration and oversight in collaboration with five-directors/one-manager who directly report to this position. They include the Director of Finance; the Director of Audit & Compliance; General Counsel/Director of Risk Management; Director of Human Resources; and Facilities Manager. In addition, the Director of the Diocesan Cemeteries Corporation, reports to this position.
- Provide day-to-day leadership and management to a service organization that mirrors the adopted Church’s mission.
- Spearhead the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies and processes.
- Collaborate with the management team to develop and implement plans for the operational infrastructure of systems, processes, and personnel designed to accommodate growth objectives of our institution.
- Motivate and lead a high performance management team.
- Commitment to faith and servant leadership; demonstrate strategic thinking; be results driven; effective decision-making; and strong financial management.
- Foster a success-oriented, accountable environment within the Diocese.
Required Education and Experience:
- Undergraduate degree in accounting, business administration, finance or economics; CPA certification required; MBA strongly preferred.
- Minimum of ten years of experience managing a professional financial and accounting staff required, including administrative and IS functions; experience gained as a CFO, Controller or Director of Finance with a public or private corporation or with a not-for-profit institution is required. Earlier career progression from a public accounting firm is strongly preferred.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications:
- The COO must be a Catholic, in good standing and in communion with the Church.
- Thorough knowledge of accounting principles, practices and practical applications of accounting systems. Proven experience in the preparation of financial reports and analysis of operations.
- Demonstrated experience overseeing and participating in the development and implementation of data processing and management information systems.
- Characterized as a person with impeccable integrity, resourceful, cost conscious, responsive and committed to excellence.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
- The ability to respect, promote, accommodate, and not be in conflict with the mission, moral and social teachings, doctrines, and laws of the Roman Catholic faith.
Work Authorization/Security Clearance:
Must successfully pass the required background check/FBI and all requirements of the Diocesan Program for Child and Youth Protection prior to employment and maintain a satisfactory background check throughout employment.
Resume with attachments such as cover letter, references, salary expectations please email to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
(posted November 14, 2017)
The Diocese of Toledo seeks a Gift Processing/Database Administrator to join the diocese’s fundraising organization. This is an existing position. Salary will commensurate with experience.
• Processes all gifts, donations, and event registration fees using the diocesan development database and the lockbox
• Prepares gift acknowledgement correspondence within 1-2 days of gift receipt, mailing, and filing of documents; while also overseeing credit card processing and the lockbox process
• Prepares monthly pledge reminders and memorial-gift-acknowledgement letters
• Completes matching gift program documentation
• Prepares required monthly reports and ad hoc queries from diocesan development database
• Maintain and update constituency information in the diocesan development database
• Assists with special events and other departmental activities as needed. Occasional nights and weekends (4 – 6 nights per year) scheduled well in advance
• Baccalaureate degree with more than two years of relevant work experience
• Technology skills include:
o Diocesan development software – Have an understanding of database processing, ability to write queries, exports, reports, and actions
o Microsoft Word - Ability to correctly format letters and other correspondence including the ability to merge data and create address labels
o Microsoft Outlook - Ability to use email to manage correspondence with staff and parishioner. Utilize calendar and task list functions
• Detail-oriented and organization skills are critical
• Strong verbal and written skills
Interested candidates please send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to email@example.com
(posted November 13, 2017)