Employment

TItle I Reading Teacher Opening

At Sandusky Central Catholic School Grades preschool through 12 are together in a safe, secure and convenient educational environment. Our students receive expert instruction and personal mentoring from our fully certified and dedicated team of teachers and staff members. We help our families make the very best of these important formative years. Our strong academic approach establishes the foundation for life-long learning and discovery. Gospel values are woven into every aspect of our school day. Respecting the uniqueness of the individual, we embrace diversity as we educate the whole child body, mind and spirit. Inspiring a deep sense of stewardship, we prepare our young students to become the leaders and thinkers of tomorrow.

Sandusky Central Catholic School is seeking applicants for a part-time Title I Reading teacher to work with grades K-3.

Candidates must hold a Pre-K-3 license and/or a K-12 Reading Endorsement.

Interested candidates should apply by the deadline of September 30th. 

To apply, please send a letter of interest indicating qualifications, resume and three professional references to Principal Lisa MacMurray at lmacmurray@sanduskycc.org.  As interviews may be held prior to the application deadline, interested candidates are urged to submit candidacy materials as soon as possible.

 (Posted September 16, 2019)


All Saints Catholic School, Rossford has the following school openings

Part-time Clinic Technician to provide medical/health support and monitor student health records.  STNAs are welcome to apply.  Ideal for nursing students or retired health providers.  The hours are Monday-Friday 9:00am - 1pm.  Candidates must be 18 years old, be responsible, reliable and respectful worker and comfortable working with children.  Must  pass FBI/BCI checks and VIRTUS requirements.  Apply by emailing a cover letter, resume and 3 references to Mrs. Teri Fischer at tfischer@allsaintscatholic.org

(Posted September 10, 2019)


St. Joan of Arc School in Toledo, Ohio is seeking high-quality candidates to join our staff.  We have the following positions open for the 2019-2020 school year:

Extended Day aides (morning and afternoon positions available)

Preferred applicants will be faith-filled, practicing members of the Catholic Church. Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter, resume, and references to the principal, Mr. Gabriel Jakubisin at gjakubisin@school.joanofarc.org.

(Posted August 30, 2019)


K-6 Teacher Aides

Sacred Heart Campus of Bishop Hoffman Catholic School is seeking two (2) caring and energetic Teacher Aides to join our awesome team of educators.  If you have a passion for working with children, are dedicted to providing the best education and care to our students, work collaboratively, and want to learn and grow, we want you to be part of our team.  Please click here for more information.  Interested applicants may contact David Perin at dperin@bishop-hoffman.net 

(Posted August 13, 2019)


Part-Time Extended Day Teacher
St. Rose School has a part-time opening for an Extended Day Teacher position for the Extended Day Program. This position provides support to the Extended Day Program Director, manages after-school programming, and interacts with students and parents. The key responsibilities of the Extended Day Teacher include, but are not limited to assistance with homework, implementation of program activities, and interaction with and supervision of children ages preschool through 8th grade. 
The successful candidate will have a High School degree or equivalent, with experience in a classroom or program supervision, college education and teaching experience ideal. Must be organized, energetic, and enjoy spending time with children.  Interested applicants should email cover letter, resume, and references to Dr. Bryon Borgelt at applications@saintroseonline.org

(Posted August 13, 2019)


Middle school Language Arts teacher

OLPH Catholic School is seeking an energetic and dynamic middle school ILA teacher. This position is full time, exempt, and reports directly to the principal. The teacher will teach 3 sections of honors ILA and 2 sections of 7th grade religion. Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Education, an Ohio teaching license, and be practicing Catholic in good standing. No experience is required, but 1-5 years is preferred. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and list of 3 professional references to principal Jarett Kuhns (jkuhns@olphtoledo.org) no later than the initial deadline of August 13, 2019. Applications will, however, be accepted until the position is filled. Please direct questions to the school’s main office at 419-382-5696.

(Posted August 8, 2019)


Part-time Intervention Specialist

St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy is in search of a part-time Intervention Specialist.  This position is approximately 20 hours per week and offers flexibility to candidates as to what days/times are worked.  St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy is an all-boys school serving approximately 700 students in grades 6-12.  Candidates must hold or be eligible for a valid Intervention Specialist License in the State of Ohio.  Candidates must teach and act in way to aid in the formation of Men for Others through the Graduate at Graduation; loving, open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, and committed to doing justice.   Employee benefits include matching retirement contributions and tuition assistance.  Interested candidates please send resume and cover letter to Katie Sliwinski at ksliwinski@sjjtitans.org

(Posted August 6, 2019)


Part time Preschool aide

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School (OLPH), Toledo, is seeking a part time Preschool aide.  This position will be three days per week.  Please submit resume and references to Mr. Jarett Kuhns, principal, at jkuhns@olphtoledo.org

(Posted July 23, 2019)


Part time Spanish teacher

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School (OLPH), Toledo, is seeking a part time Spanish teacher.  Successful candidate must hold valid Ohio license.  Please submit resume and references to Mr. Jarett Kuhns, principal, at jkuhns@olphtoledo.org

(Posted July 23, 2019)


POSITION:  PRESCHOOL CLASSROOM ASSISTANT

Bishop Hoffman Catholic School is currently looking for a caring and energetic Preschool Classroom Assistant to join our awesome team of educators. If you have a passion for working with children, are dedicated to providing the best education and care to your students, work collaboratively, and want to learn and grow, we want you to be a part of our team.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Create, manage and participate in a variety of learning environments and activities that provide opportunities for students to develop to their fullest potential and achieve their learning objectives.
  • Assist the Lead Teacher to create and deliver lesson plans, implement school curriculum, and assess developmental needs of students.
  • Maintain a healthy and safe environment.
  • Communicate positively with students, parents and staff.
  • Participate collaboratively and professionally with other teachers and staff to promote the general well-being of the school, and collective/individual interest of its staff and student body.
  • Share the love of God with children and families 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Career Pathway Level as determined by Program's SUTQ requirements. -Must submit medical statement as required by ODJFS standards. Must obtain and keep current training certifications in first aid, child CPR, communicable diseases, child abuse recognition & prevention required by ODJFS.
  • Must have  a BCI/FBI check.
  • Passionate belief in the Bishop Hoffman Catholic School cause of nurturing the potential of all youth, faithfully and supporting life skills.
  • Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
  • Proven track record of developing authentic relationships with others.
  • Ability to foster a collaborative team approach to solving challenging situations.

Interested applicants may contact Lisa Swaisgood at lswaisgood@bishop-hoffman.net

(Posted July 12, 2019)


Position:  Part -Time Lead Preschool Teacher

Bishop Hoffman Catholic School is seeking a Part-time Preschool Lead Teacher to join our awesome team of educators! This individual will plan and present age appropriate activities for 3 thru 5 year old children.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for direction and overall supervision of a group of preschool children. Performs activities that ensure the safety, involvement, and creativity of each individual in the group. Works with team teachers to plan, discuss and implement daily plans in accordance with the current curriculum, incorporating the Ohio Department of Education Standards.  Including:
  • Instruct preschool-aged children in activities designed to promote intellectual and creative growth
  • Create a fun and safe learning environment
  • Develop schedules and routines to ensure adequate physical activity, rest, and playtime
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students and parents
  • Communicate with parents on students' growth and progress
  • Maintain the health and safety of all students
  • Share the love of God with children and families

Qualifications:

  • Associates Degree or higher in Child Development
  • Career Pathway Level as determined by Program's SUTQ requirements.
  • Must submit medical statement as required by ODJFS standards.
  • Must obtain and keep current training certifications in first aid, child CPR, communicable diseases, child abuse recognition & prevention required by ODJFS.
  • Must have  a BCI/FBI check.
  • Previous experience in childcare, teaching, or other related fields
  • Passionate about working with children  
  • Ability to build rapport with children
  • Positive and patient demeanor
  • Excellent written and verbal communication

Interested applicants may contact Lisa Swaisgood at  lswaisgood@bishop-hoffman.net

(Posted July 12, 2019)


Physical Education Teacher

St. Louis Elementary School, Custar, OH, is seeking a part-time Physical Education teacher for Kindergarten through 6th grade.  Successful applicant must have a degree in Education with Ohio licensure. Seeking candidates who are ready to teach, learn and grow with an incredible school family. Please submit resume, cover letter and references to Ms. Kim Bonner at stlouis@midohio.twcbc.com

(Posted June 17, 2019)


Long-term Social Studies/History Substitute 

Bishop Hoffman Catholic School in Fremont, OH is seeking a long-term substitute teacher at the St. Joseph Central Catholic High School Campus for Social Studies/History for the time period 11/1/19-1/27/20.  The candidate must hold OH teaching credentials making them eligible to substitute as well as being background checked and Virtus qualified.  Preference will be given to candidates with previous teaching experience or long-term sub experience as well as candidates with content specific background in the area of High School Social Studies/History.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to the Principal, Mike Gabel, at the following email address:  mgabel@bishop-hoffman.net

(Posted September 10, 2019) 


Long-Term English Substitute

St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy is looking for a long-term substitute English teacher beginning in early October and continuing until Christmas break.  Interested candidates please send resume and cover letter to Katie Sliwinski at ksliwinski@sjjtitans.org.

(Posted September 9, 2019) 


Custodial Maintenance Worker

Central Catholic High School is seeking a full-time Custodial Maintenance Worker. This position maintains the buildings and property of the school, ensuring that all facilities and grounds are safe, clean, neat, and appealing. 

This individual will report to the Director of Operations and work as a member of the maintenance team, performing routine projects and repairs.  This individual will provide technical expertise and manual skill in the inspection, servicing, and repair of the buildings, grounds, equipment and furnishings.

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter with wage requirements to jobs@centralcatholic.org.  Applications will be reviewed in order of receipt, with preliminary consideration given to those who apply by August 31, 2019.

Please see the full job description here.

(Posted August 26, 2019) 


Part-time Intervention Specialist

St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy is in search of a part-time Intervention Specialist.  This position is approximately 20 hours per week and offers flexibility to candidates as to what days/times are worked.  St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy is an all-boys school serving approximately 700 students in grades 6-12.  Candidates must hold or be eligible for a valid Intervention Specialist License in the State of Ohio.  Candidates must teach and act in way to aid in the formation of Men for Others through the Graduate at Graduation; loving, open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, and committed to doing justice.   Employee benefits include matching retirement contributions and tuition assistance.  Interested candidates please send resume and cover letter to Katie Sliwinski at ksliwinski@sjjtitans.org

(Posted July 23, 2019) 


 

Head Cheerleading Coach - Basketball

St. Francis de Sales School of Toledo, Ohio is accepting applications for the position of Head Cheerleading Coach - Basketball for the 2019-20 school year. St. Francis de Sales is a Roman Catholic, Salesian, grade 7-12 all-male college preparatory school, operated by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales.  The cheerleading program is comprised of students who attend St. Ursula Academy & Notre Dame Academy (Roman Catholic, grade 9-12, all-female schools).

The Head Coach must demonstrate strong leadership in sportsmanship, integrity, and character development. Qualified candidates shall possess strong communication, and organizational skills and be sensitive to diverse cultures and individuals. They must demonstrate exceptional knowledge of the skills and strategies of the sport of cheerleading. They must demonstrate the importance of academic excellence and assist in monitoring and maintaining high academic standards for members of the cheerleading program.

The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree with appropriate teaching and/or coaching certification. Previous high school or college cheerleading coaching experience is preferred. Teaching positions may be available.

Interested candidates are to e-mail cover letter and resume to Athletic Director, Justin Edgell at jedgell@sfsknights.org by Friday, July 12, 2019.

 (Posted June 25, 2019) 


Theology Teacher (part-time)

Location: St. Peter’s High School and Junior High, Mansfield, Ohio

Reports to HS/JH Principal

Application Window: 6/6/2019 through 7/31/2019

We are seeking a theology teacher to teach our 8th and 10th grade theology courses for next school year.  This would entail teaching two 85 minute blocks each day. Hours would be approximately 7:30 am-11:00 am.

Qualifications

  • hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field
  • demonstrate a strong understanding of and belief in Catholicism
  • possess or being willing to obtain certification for teaching theology through the Diocese of Toledo

Interested candidates should submit their resume along with copies of their credentials to Jon Cuttitta at cuttitta.jon@myspartans.org.  

 (Posted June 20, 2019) 


Director of Development

Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School & Academy in Oregon, Ohio has an immediate opening for a Director of Development. The person will need to have experience in developing and overseeing fundraising strategies and all aspects of an organizations fundraising programs. The Director will be expected to create fundraising goals and solicit funds to meet these goals. The successful candidate will continue to build on existing relationships while prospecting for and identifying new donors and organizing initiatives to solicit funding. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, or related field. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to the President's Administrative Assistant at jbadik@cardinalstritch.org by June 30, 2019.

 (Posted June 13, 2019) 


Part-time Bookkeeper

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in New London, is seeking a part-time (8-10 hours a week) bookkeeper.  The bookkeeper’s duties include: reconciliation bank accounts, a proper maintenance of accounting records, payables (using QuickBooks), and payroll; preparation of routine and special accounting reports.  The bookkeeper reports directly to the Pastor. This position requires a high level of computer expertise in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, and ability to learn custom church software.  Knowledge of and experience with Quick Books is essential.  The candidate must successfully pass the required background check and all requirements of the Diocesan Program for Child and Youth Protection prior to employment and maintain a satisfactory background check throughout employment.  For a more detailed job description or to submit a resume – please contact Fr. Ron Brickner, Pastor.   frombinga@hotmail.com

(Posted September 4, 2019)


Director of Music & Liturgy

St. Aloysius Parish seeks an organized, faith-filled individual with excellent communication skills for full-time employment coordinating and implementing the liturgical experiences of the parish. The successful candidate will have both organ and piano proficiency (Letourneau 32 Rank, Mechanical Action Pipe Organ and Yamaha Grand Piano) and experience preparing Catholic worship. Special consideration will be given to candidates with experience directing a hand bell choir or a willingness to learn such directing. Candidate must be in conformity with the Child Protection Policy of the Diocese of Toledo.

Responsibilities include:

  • Working collaboratively with staff and pastor on liturgies throughout the year;
  • Overseeing the parish music program 
  • Acting as choral director;
  • Serving as organist/accompanist, for weekend, funeral, wedding, and weekday liturgies;
  • Overseeing various liturgical ministries:  Lectors, extraordinary ministers, servers, and sanctuary environment

Competitive salary commensurate with education and experience. Résumés may be submitted by email

to Denise Foos, Business Manager: businessmgr@stalbg.org

St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 150 S. Enterprise St., Bowling Green, OH 43402. Phone: (419)352-4195 | Email: businessmgr@stalbg.org

 

(Posted August 26, 2019)


Coordinator of Purpose & Life Teen

Little Flower Catholic Parish, Toledo, Ohio, is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Purpose & Life Teen who collaborates with the pastor and the leadership team in forming missionary disciples. The Coordinator of Purpose (junior high) and Life Teen (high school) leads and labors to bring forth missionary disciples who know, love and serve Christ Jesus and become increasingly engaged, grateful and cheerful members of their Catholic Church. The ministry leadership position oversees effective faith formation for teens in middle school and high school, seeking expressly to facilitate an on-going encounter with Jesus Christ and helping teens and their parents to grow in understanding and practice of their Catholic Faith.

The ideal candidate is self-motivated, flexible and collaborative and possesses a demonstrated ability to form and sustain loving and supportive relationships with our youth and their families. An active Catholic in good standing, the ideal candidate has a thorough knowledge of and commitment to the teachings, beliefs, and life of the Catholic Church. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, especially with emphasis in catechetics, spirituality, theology or communication. Two (2) years dedicated ministry experience with teenagers.  The candidate must be able to accommodate for a working schedule that often includes evenings, weekends, and special events.

To view the detailed job description, visit: www.littleflowertoledo.org

Interested candidates may send their cover letter and resume to Fr. Dave Nuss, Pastor of Little Flower, at dnuss@littleflowertoledo.org

(Posted August 21, 2019)


Communications Specialist

Saint Rose Parish, Perrysburg, OH

Saint Rose is seeking a full-time Communications Specialist to develop and manage all of the parish’s communications and to ensure consistency among all platforms.  Candidates must have a passion for the Catholic Faith, be technologically savvy, self-directed and highly motivated.  Parish Communications includes but is not limited to social media, bulletin, website, e-mail, and other communications.  A full job description can be found at www.saintroseonline.org.  Interested applicants should e-mail their cover letter, resume, references and relevant materials to Rob Hohler at hohler@saintroseonline.org

(Posted August 16, 2019)


Faith Formation Coordinator for Youth (Grades 6-8)   

St. Charles Borromeo in Lima is seeking a qualified person for a part-time position as Faith Formation Coordinator for Youth. Candidate must be a practicing Catholic who believes and lives the teachings of the Church. This position is responsible for the administration of our formational offerings for youth in Grades 6-8. In particular, the coordinator provides ongoing leadership in building teams of catechists EDGE (Grades 6-8) and Sacramental Preparation for Confirmation, and the RCIA adapted for youth. This position could be combined with the part-time position for children to become a full-time position.Organizational, computer, and communication skills are necessary. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and/or experience in faith formation ministry preferred. Must be able and willing to work a flexible work week and comply with all necessary background checks and VIRTUS requirements. Send resume and a cover letter to search@stcharleslima.org or Fr. Kent Kaufman, 2200 West Elm St. Lima, Ohio 45805.  Deadline for resumes is August 8, 2019. 

(Posted July 11, 2019)


Faith Formation Coordinator for Children (Preschool through Grade 5)   

St. Charles Borromeo in Lima is seeking a qualified person for a part-time position as Faith Formation Coordinator for Children. Candidate must be a practicing Catholic who believes and lives the teachings of the Church. This position is responsible for the administration of our formational offerings for children ages Preschool through Grade 5  In particular, the coordinator provides ongoing leadership in building teams of catechists for the Parish School of Religion (Grades K-5), Sacramental Preparation for First Reconciliation and Holy Communion, and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (Preschool). This position could be combined with the part-time position for youth to become a full-time position.Organizational, computer, and communication skills are necessary. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and/or experience in faith formation ministry preferred. Must be able and willing to work a flexible work week and comply with all necessary background checks and VIRTUS requirements. Send resume and a cover letter to search@stcharleslima.org or Fr. Kent Kaufman, 2200 West Elm St. Lima, Ohio 45805.  Deadline for resumes is August 8, 2019. 

(Posted July 11, 2019)


RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR

St. Boniface in Oak Harbor and Our Lady of Lourdes in Genoa need a religious education coordinator for two parishes. There are approximately 100 students in the whole program. The individual will implement and oversee the CCD program. This classification supervises volunteer staff, recruits catechists, plans and chairs meetings, schedules classes and facilities, orders materials and books and, in general, carries out program organizational details for the Pastor. The position requires some related education and experience to perform the basic religious education responsibilities such as from the Lay Ministry Formation Program or related studies with a Bachelor's Degree. This position will work 20 hours per week during the school year.  If interested or have questions, please contact Fr. Tim Ferris at 419-898-1389 or frferris@sb-oh.org.

(Posted June 27, 2019)


Director of Music

St. Mary, Clyde, Ohio is currently seeking a qualified individual to fill the part-time position of Director of Music.

Responsibilities include:

Planning music/ministering at Masses for the liturgical year, including Saturday and Sunday Masses, Wednesday night Lenten Masses, other special services (Christmas Eve/Day, Holy week, Easter, etc.), funerals, and weddings.

  • Directing the parish choir.
  • Accompanying the folk ensemble.
  • Weekly rehearsals for the choir and folk ensemble.
  • Hiring instrumentalists for special services.
  • Overseeing maintenance of piano and organs.
  • Maintaining and growing the Music Library.
  • Working closely with the Pastoral Leader.

Requirements:

  • Proficient piano skills. Organ skills preferred, but not required.
  • Basic knowledge of conducting/leading a choir.
  • Working knowledge of Catholic liturgy and music.
  • Ability to collaborate well with others.

 20-24 hours per week. Hourly pay is commensurate with experience. If interested, please contact the parish office at clydestmary@gmail.com or 419-547-9687.

(Posted June 6, 2019)


Youth Minister- St. Jerome, Walbridge, Ohio

St. Jerome Catholic Church is seeking a part-time Youth Minister (15-20 hours per week).  The Youth Minister provides vision and coordination for the parish’s efforts in ministry to high school students and 6th-8th graders. This includes weekly Sunday sessions for high school students, weekly catechesis for middle school students, Confirmation preparation for the 8th graders, reaching out to students both in our parish and outside our parish to get them involved and most importantly, the intentional discipleship of students.   The successful candidate must relate well with the youth, have strong organizational and communication skills, be a strong and practicing Catholic, and be willing to work nights and weekends.  Candidates should email their resume with cover letter and references to Shawn Wilkins, Parish Manager, at manager@stjeromewalbridge.org by June 30, 2019.  

(Posted May 20, 2019) 


Organist - Immaculate Conception Church - Toledo

Immaculate Conception Church  is looking for a part time organist for our 4 PM Saturday mass.  Interested applicants should email toldarbyicc73@aol.com or call 419-243-1829

(Posted March 28, 2019)


Project Rachel Coordinator (Part-Time) - Catholic Charities
Toledo, OH

The Part-Time Project Rachel Coordinator will work with the Office of Life and Justice to develop materials and programs for those seeking healing after an abortion. In keeping with the mission of the office, the Coordinator will espouse a consistent ethic of life, especially promoting the sacredness and dignity of human life from beginning to end stages. This position requires travel both within and occasionally outside of the diocese, as well as an ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, at times including evening or weekend work. Duties include, but are not limited to: staffing the Project Rachel telephone; planning and promoting 1-2 day healing retreats; assisting our side walk advocacy program and completing monthly statistical reports.

High school degree required (Bachelor’s degree in theology, social work or related field preferred). Excellent oral and written communication skills are required, as well as proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel. The successful will be able to work with diverse groups of people, 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 mhudson@toledodiocese.org.

  (Posted September 6, 2019)


Case Manager

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a Full-Time Case Manager to provide case management services to eligible homeless families and individuals in our Permanent Supportive Housing ministry out of our Toledo office.  Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field and 5 years previous work in the area of social work (preferred).  Must be able to work with diverse groups of people, have knowledge of community resources, have a valid driver’s license and successfully pass 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 mhudson@toledodiocese.org

 (Posted September 3, 2019)


Furniture Ministry Coordinator - Catholic Charities
Sandusky, OH

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a Part-Time Furniture Ministry Coordinator for its Sandusky location.   This position is responsible for the daily operation of the Furniture Ministry and works with the Sandusky Crisis navigator to meet the needs of clients in the greater Sandusky area seeking furniture. Essential duties include, but are not limited to: scheduling furniture pick-ups and deliveries; assisting with furniture pick-ups and deliveries; management of recordkeeping for the furniture ministry; training of volunteers; ensuring maintenance and cleanliness of furniture storage area; and inventory management.

This position requires the routine lifting and moving of  items up to 50 lbs. The successful candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel & Access. Must have good interpersonal and communication skills, as well as the ability to remain calm and courteous under pressure. The candidate must also be able to work with diverse groups of people, 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 mhudson@toledodiocese.org by Friday, August 30th, 2019 .

 (Posted August 20, 2019)


Case Manager - Catholic Charities
Sandusky, OH

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a Part-time Case Manager for its Sandusky location.   This position provides Crisis Navigation services to the greater Sandusky area.  The Crisis Navigator responds to inquiries for assistance and conducts individual assessments.  This person provides assistance to help navigate the other services and resources available, both through Catholic Charities and other agencies.  The Crisis Navigator works with the individual to develop action plans to address their situation, provide linkage to services, and conduct follow up with the individual.   The Crisis Navigator also conducts financial literacy workshops and 1-1 budget counseling for individuals.  The Crisis Navigator works closely with the Furniture Ministry Coordinator to ensure services provided by the Furniture Ministry are run efficiently to meet the needs of the community.

Knowledge of area resources is crucial for this position.  Microsoft Word, ability to maintain data and statistics as required by funding agencies and Catholic Charities.  Previous knowledge or experience working in a social service setting or other related field is required.  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 mhudson@toledodiocese.org by Friday, August 30th, 2019 .

 (Posted August 19, 2019)


Part-Time Accounting Assistant

The Accounting Assistant will work with the Finance department for 20-24 hours per week, assisting with a variety of tasks, including: making journal entries into accounting software; grant documentation; organizing records and working on accounts payable and purchase order coding corrections.  The successful candidate will be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and have excellent organizational skills. MIP software experience a plus but not required. Associate’s Degree in Accounting plus two years of experience preferred.  Must be able to pass a fingerprinting BCI/FBI background screening.  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 and cover letter to mhudson@toledodiocese.org.  

 (Posted July 24, 2019)


Part-Time Case Aide

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a Part-Time Case Aide for its Mansfield, 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. A successful candidate must be able to pass a fingerprinting BCI/FBI background screening.  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 mhudson@toledodiocese.org 

 (Posted June 28, 2019)


Development Director

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Toledo seeks a confident, outgoing, enthusiastic initiative-taker with experience in fundraising for the position of Development Director.

This is a critical role that requires the ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others. The ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and a drive for results is key for this position along with strong empathy, a genuine interest in others, and the ability to build meaningful relationships. Success in this role requires strategic thinking along with the ability to see projects through to completion.

The Director will be responsible for agency fundraising, planned giving, major gift solicitations, donor prospecting, and special events. The Director will be adept at connecting with individuals and groups, and diligent in follow-up. Working closely with the Executive Director and the Board, the Development Director's duties will include:

  • Planning and coordinating all fundraising activities
  • Working on the design and implementation of a comprehensive development plan
  • Maintaining progress reports on fundraising goals
  • Preparing the departmental budget
  • Working with the grants committee to research, identify and develop new funding sources
  • Developing and maintaining strong relationships with current and potential donors
  • Working with staff, committees and consultants to prepare for special events

The successful candidate must have:

  • A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in the area of Business, Development, or other related field
  • A minimum of five years' experience in a senior development capacity. Fundraising with a faith-based social service agency is preferred
  • Fluent and advanced oral and written communication skills
  • A thorough working knowledge of development techniques such as annual giving, donor cultivation and foundation solicitation
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications (word, outlook, excel) a working knowledge of fundraising software and a general knowledge of principles of accounting
  • A sincere commitment to the mission of Catholic Charities and the ability to communicate the reasons for that commitment to others
  • Must successfully pass the required BCl/FBI background check prior to employment and every five years

Please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to mhudson@toledodiocese.org 


Part-Time Residential Specialist- Catholic Charities - Toledo

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is seeking a part-time Residential Specialist for LaPosada, our 24- hour emergency family shelter in Toledo. Duties include: preparing meals for residents, assisting the program coordinator, maintaining daily staff logs, providing assistance and direction to residents, and ensuring all rooms are ready for occupancy.  Candidate must have excellent communication skills and the ability to relate and provide direction to a diverse population. Candidate must have a high school degree or equivalent and successfully pass 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 a resume to mhudson@toledodiocese.org.


Part- time Residential Specialist- Catholic Charities – Norwalk, OH
 

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a Part-Time Residential Specialist for its Miriam House shelter in Norwalk, OH.  The Miriam House is a transitional housing facility for women and their children.  The Residential Specialist will assist the Senior Residential Specialist in all functions and operations of the facility.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: intake of information for individuals requesting shelter; maintenance of daily staff logs and progress notes; assisting residents with finding supportive services/resources; serving as liaison between residents and other shelter staff; providing assistance and direction to residents in such areas as preparing meals and completing household chores. Applicant must be able to handle confidential information and be willing to carry out the Code of Ethics of Catholic Charities USA ensuring that the dignity, rights and standard of service is protected for all shelter guests.  Applicant must have a high school degree or equivalent and must be able to work independently with minimal direction. Must be available to work weekends and holidays. Must have excellent communication skills and the ability to relate and provide direction to a diverse population. The successful applicant must pass the required BCI/FBI background check prior to employment.  Please submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements to mhudson@toledodiocese.org.

Seasonal Grounds Maintenance

The Catholic Cemeteries in the Diocese of Toledo is in search of a seasonal (April- November) full- time Grounds Maintenance position.  Responsibilities include and maintaining cemetery grounds, including but not limited to sodding, seeding, fertilizing, marker setting, operating equipment, (trucks, mowers, trimmers, blowers), and cemetery clean-up.  Ability to operate a vehicle, mowers and small equipment related to cemetery maintenance and operation is required.  Must be able to meet the physical demands of the job and must successfully pass the required background check and all requirements of the Program for Child and Youth Protection prior to employment and maintain a satisfactory background check throughout employment.  Candidates are required to conduct him/herself in a manner consistent with the norms and doctrines of the Roman Catholic faith. Interested candidates please send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to humanresources@toledodiocese.org

(Posted August 12,  2019) 


Position Title:              MISSION ADVANCEMENT OFFICER (MAO) – Development/Fundraising          

Status:                         Full Time - Exempt

Reports to:                  COO/CFO of the Diocese of Toledo Management Corporation                               

Primary Functions of This Position:   

Provides leadership and oversight of all resource development strategies and activities of the Diocese Development Office. Includes creating, planning, and managing successful initiatives in areas including major gifts, planned giving, grants, annual giving, special events, communications, donor relations, and stewardship. Works with various boards, professional staff, and program staff to lead and direct impactful fundraising/donations to secure philanthropic support for capital, endowment, and other campaigns aligned with supporting the various Diocesan pastoral and ministerial programs. Works and collaborates with the Diocese senior leadership and the various boards/committees to lead multi-year resource development strategies and monitor progress against goals.

Education, Training and Experience Requirements:

Three to five years of leadership experience in sales and/or development/fundraising.  Demonstrated accomplishments in fundraising, grants and writing as well as proficiency with Microsoft Office and Blackbaud/Raisers Edge & Parish Soft software.  Bachelor’s degree required, Graduate course of study preferred. Ability to develop and implement strategic plans and communications content.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and commitment to ongoing spiritual growth are important.

Responsibility for Quantifiable Measures:

Position will be asked to develop and meet expected annual metrics and fundraising goals for the Diocese of Toledo.

Working Environment:

Evening and occasional weekend work required

This job posting is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed to this job.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, activities and skills required of the job.  For a full detailed job description, please click here.

Interested and qualified candidates, please submit your cover letter, with salary expectations; resume and references to humanresources@toledodiocese.org

“Effectively, Efficiently and Evangelically”

(Posted August 8,  2019) 


Position Title:  Gift Processing/ Development Database Administrator – Development Office

Status:             Full Time - Non- Exempt

Reports to:      Mission Advancement Officer (MAO)-Diocese of Toledo Management Corporation                                                                                                        

Primary Functions of This Position:   

Provides oversight and administration of the Diocesan data base as well as support for the Office of Mission Advancement and Development.

Education, Training and Experience Requirements:

Acts as point person with the Diocesan data base and all end-users involving the Office of Mission Advancement and Development database.  This includes database performance analysis, corrective action, proactive tuning, and maintenance.
Analyzes department needs and assists in eliminating redundancy and improve efficiency and effectiveness of operations.
Defines, analyzes, designs, & develops, tests and implements software applications for accuracy and timeliness.
Prepares and maintains donor files including but not limited to financial payments and profiles while maintaining a high level of accuracy, confidentiality, and professionalism.
Responsible to effectively and accurately query the database to capture financial and analytical reports, mailing lists, and other documents needed for development activities in a timely manner.
Designs, develops and produces materials needed by the Office of Stewardship and Development including correspondence, reports, presentations, forms, manuals, brochures, and mailing documents.

Responsibility for Quantifiable Measures

Associate degree in business, finance or related field with 1-3 years’ experience working in a professional office setting with record keeping, computer databases, and spreadsheets.  Experience in stewardship and development programs preferred.
Must consistently demonstrate a positive, friendly, respectful and caring attitude with colleagues and all one serves in word and deed; projecting a welcoming atmosphere.
Requires a high level of computer expertise in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. 
Proven aptitude to learn new technologies.

This job posting is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed to this job.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, activities and skills required of the job.  For a full detailed job description, please click here.

Interested and qualified candidates, please submit your cover letter, with salary expectations; resume and references to humanresources@toledodiocese.org

 

“Effectively, Efficiently and Evangelically”

(Posted July 24,  2019) 


Position Title:              Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) Manager – Development Office      

Status:                         Full Time - Exempt

Reports to:                  Mission Advancement Officer (MAO)-Diocese of Toledo Management Corporation                                                                                                                   

Primary Functions of This Position:   

Coordinates and oversees ACA process as well as supports the development and implementation of the overall Major Gifts program for the Diocese of Toledo. Plans, organizes and manages the ACA. 

Education, Training and Experience Requirements:

  •  Demonstrated success in annual fund programs with demonstrated success in growing annual appeals.
  •  Demonstrated ability to articulate the philosophy and objectives of the Catholic Diocese of Toledo
  •  Baccalaureate degree in appropriate field, advanced degree preferred
  •  Demonstrated computer knowledge and skills, especially fund development software (Parish Soft and Raisers               Edge a plus)
  •  Above average communication skills including verbal, written and listening
  •  Above average interpersonal relations skills
  •  Ability to make decisions and be objective
  •  Maintains a high level of confidentiality
  •  Available for evening meetings
  •  Available to travel within the diocese 19 county area
  •  Demonstrated ability to produce creative annual appeal strategies
  •  Must successfully pass the required background check and all requirements of the Program for Child and Youth Protection prior to employment and maintain a satisfactory background check throughout employment.

Responsibility for Quantifiable Measures:

Position will be asked to develop and meet expected annual metrics and fundraising goals for the Diocese of Toledo.

This job posting is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed to this job.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, activities and skills required of the job.  For a full detailed job description, please click here.

Interested and qualified candidates, please submit your cover letter, with salary expectations; resume and references to humanresources@toledodiocese.org

 

“Effectively, Efficiently and Evangelically”

(Posted July 11,  2019) 


Sales Representatives- Diocese of Toledo Catholic Cemeteries

Family Service Advisors serve families with care and compassion, educating and guiding them through the process of making informed decisions for Cemetery & Funeral Advanced Planning, At-Need Cemetery, and Memorialization products and services. Family Service Advisors will demonstrate by example, CFCS’ Core Values–Share the Journey, Serve with Care, and Make It Happen–in all their dealings with families, staff, and internal/external contacts. Reporting to the Location Manager, Family Service Advisors interact with families, Family Service Directors, and other personnel/departments.

Education and Experience

  • College degree preferred, and/or 2-4 years working in a sales environment having face-to-face contact with the customer

Position Requirements Include, but are not limited to:

  • Knowledge of the Catholic faith, rituals, and traditions
  • Knowledge of processes, principles, and methods for selling products and services
  • Record of accomplishment in networking, developing leads, contacting referrals, setting appointments, and meeting monthly sales goals
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both in person and on the telephone
  • Highly organized, detail oriented, and excellent time management skills
  • Ability to work and make decisions under pressure and tight deadlines
  • Proficient in the use of computers, software, and technology
  • Valid state issued driver’s license, good driving record, and proof of insurance is required
  • Bilingual preferred

Interested candidates please send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to humanresources@toledodiocese.org

About the Employer

The Diocese of Toledo Cemetery Corporation is managed by Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services (CFCS).  This is a charitable organization founded in faith and is an open source provider of information for end of life services–funeral, cremation, and cemetery. The Diocese of Toledo offers excellent compensation for motivated individuals, which includes a base salary plus sales commissions. Benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, paid vacation and sick days; and eligible for defined retirement plan and 403b. Employment will go to those individuals whose knowledge, skills, and experience most closely qualifies them for the position offered without regard to race, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, or national origin.

State Tested Nursing Assistant-Full Time/Part Time

Are you looking for a great opportunity to work in a calm, pleasant environment and flexible scheduling with classes/family?

The Ursuline Center of Toledo is looking for professionals to join our dedicated and caring team. We are committed to the highest quality of care!
•Quiet 36-bed nursing home facility for Sisters and Priests, immediate family members and Associates
•We have a smaller employee to resident ratio which allows you to spend more time and get to know your residents
•A home-like environment located in the safe, serene neighborhood of West Toledo

Search "Ursuline Center" on YouTube!

Many benefits are offered which includes paid time off accrues immediately!

Can also obtain service hours at our facility.

Come see for yourself why Ursuline Center of Toledo is a "cream of the crop" nursing home facility like no other.

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Full time/part time openings on 1st (7a-3p), 2nd (3p-11p) and 3rd shift (11p-7a). Four hour shifts on 2nd shift.

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We employ test ready state tested nursing assistants.

If you are enrolled in a nursing program, you can be a state tested nursing assistant by not taking the STNA classes and passing the skills and written exam. If you are interested in this, please do not hesitate to call us at 419-536-3535 so we can help or email your resume to humanresources@ursulinecenter.org

(Posted September 6, 2019) 


Position Title: Co-Director of the SND Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Office with a focus on Direct Service and Volunteer Opportunities 

Reports to:  The Sisters of Notre Dame (SND) Leadership Team and Advisory Council

Position Summary:  The director will animate SND stakeholders to a commitment to Direct Service in the area of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation by providing a range of volunteer, immersion and other activities that will engage SND them. 

The director works under the supervision of the SND Leadership Team.  The director works in collaboration with the Sisters of Notre Dame Advisory Council for JPIC and the JPIC National Office Advocacy and Education Co-Director.  This position manages, supervises and administers activities of the Sisters of Notre Dame JPIC National Office.

The location of the office could be in one of the following areas:  Covington,KY, Chardon,OH or Toledo, OH in a facilities owned/operated by the Sisters of Notre Dame.

Click here for a full job description.

Send cover letter and resume to Dan Schilling HR Director dschilling@ndec.org 

(Posted July 29, 2019) 


Position Title: Co Director of the SND Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Office with a focus on Advocacy and Education

Reports to:  The Sisters of Notre Dame (SND) Leadership Team and Advisory Council

Position Summary: The director will facilitate activities advocating social action and justice through advocacy and education to carry out the Sisters of Notre Dame mission for systemic change for the poor and marginalized, especially women and children.

The director will be under the supervision of the SND Leadership Team.  The director will work in collaboration with Sisters of Notre Dame Advisory Council for JPIC and the JPIC National Office Volunteer Co-Director. This position directs, manages, supervises, and administers activities of the Sisters of Notre Dame JPIC National Office. 

The location of the office could be in one of the following areas:  Covington, KY, Chardon, OH or Toledo, OH in a facility owned/operated by the Sisters of Notre Dame.

Click here for a full job description. 

Send cover letter and resume to Dan Schilling HR Director dschilling@ndec.org 

(Posted July 29, 2019) 


Administrative Assistant

The Sisters of St. Francis are inviting applicants for the position of Administrative Assistant for the Sylvania Franciscan Village. This position is responsible for coordinating activities in support of all meetings, events and activities.  In addition to managing day-to-day administrative functions, this position will also effectively use multiple communication outlets to promote and expand awareness of the purpose of the Sylvania Franciscan Village (SFV) and increase engagement in SFV initiatives. 

Click here for full job  description. 

Submit resume, cover letter, & three professional references in MS Word format to resume@sistersosf.org . EOE.

(Posted July 11, 2019) 


Maintenance Mechanic

Sisters of Notre Dame in Toledo, Ohio is in search of a full-time, benefit eligible, Maintenance Mechanic.  This employee is directly accountable to the Facility Manager and completes assigned work orders promptly, orderly, and in an organized manner.  This employee will work alone and with department co-workers in correcting mechanical failures, perform preventative/predictive maintenance operations, report to and confer regularly concerning job progress and overall building needs.  Competence in the job will require the incumbent to be a self-starter and work with limited supervision with a sense of passion and drive for the work at hand and for the organization.

Candidates must have a high school diploma, maintenance related courses, basic knowledge of uniform code books, electrical wiring, plumbing, carpentry, glass replacement, painting, and grounds maintenance; safety practices and procedures relating to the building trades is required and have a valid driver’s license.  Five years’ experience in some or all of the key responsibility areas, especially in maintenance is preferred and will require a non-routine work schedule.  Must be able demonstrate a positive attitude and show respect for all people that are encountered through the day including but not limited to vendors, contractors, inspectors, religious sisters, teachers, staff and co-workers.  Interested candidates may send a letter of application and resume to Robert Arquette at rarquette@toledosnd.org

(Posted July 9, 2019) 


Full-time Director of Music & Liturgy

St. Patrick Church - (409 E. Main St., Troy, OH 45373) is looking to hire a Director of Music and Liturgy which will serve the parish as principal musician, organist/piano and choir director according to the highest professional standards established by this profession. The director assist the pastor in organizing liturgical ministers and liturgical schedules. This is currently a full time position but will consider part time.

Primary Duties/Responsibilities:
● Works in collaboration with the Pastor and parish staff.
● Provides service by playing for the regular parish liturgical celebrations including funerals and weddings.
● Provides for liturgical updating and education of the parish.
● Maintains and develops personal and professional skills.
● Works with business manager to develop budget for liturgical music.
● Coordinates the liturgical minister’s schedule, to include servers, lectors and extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist.
● Recruit members to both the adult and children’s choir.
● Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Pastor.

Qualifications:
● Must have a high degree of proficiency in the use of the organ/piano as attested to by formal credentials and a personal performance audition.
● Should have a working knowledge of other instruments, which may be used in liturgical music.
● Must have skill as an effective choral conductor as demonstrated by formal credentials and/or a choral audition.
● Must have a knowledge and appreciation of the Church’s liturgical tradition as well as current liturgical practice.
● Must have the ability and desire to lead and sustain a program of quality congregational singing.
● Must have a good knowledge and repertoire available for liturgical music programs for adult and children’s choir, organ/piano and congregation.

Send resumes and questions to Fr. Eric Bowman, ebowman@stpattroy.org.

 

(Posted June 25, 2019) 


Missionary Pastoral Associate

Holy Family Church, Blakely GA

The Glenmary Home Missioners and Holy Family Church seek a Pastoral Associate to collaborate with the Pastor in providing leadership and pastoral care in Blakely and Cuthbert, GA.  Responsibilities include: some parish administration, faith formation, ecumenical and evangelization outreach.  Requirements include:  a Bachelor’s in theology or pastoral ministry or religious studies is required.  A Master’s is preferred.  Previous parish ministry experience would be beneficial.  Fluency in English is required; fluency in Spanish is preferable. Salary commensurate with education and experience.  Email your resume to Liz Dudas ldudas@glenmary.org. 

(Posted June 19, 2019) 


Position: Director of Music. This unique position can be part-time or full- time, depending on availability and other factors.

Overview: Mary Queen of Peace is an iconic church located within the heart of Cleveland's Old Brooklyn neighborhood. The parishioner base comes from a diverse tri-county area.  Many visitors pass through our doors on a weekly basis. There is a strong tradition of liturgy and music dating back to its origins as Our Lady of Good Counsel, before a merger of parishes created Mary Queen of Peace.

Responsibilities: serve as organist for three weekend masses, a weekly school mass, coordinate and train volunteer and professional cantors and a semi-professional choir. Serve as administrator for concert series that has brought national and international performing ensembles to Mary QOP.

Hymnal: Worship IV

Instruments: 25 rank Bedient mechanical action pipe organ, Kawai grand piano, 2 octaves of hand bells.

Start date as early as July 1, 2019.

Interested applicants can contact Fr. Douglas Brown at (216) 749-2323 or via email at FrBrown@marygop.org .

(Posted June 17, 2019) 


Principal

Location:  Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School660 S Water St Marine City, MI 48039

Category:  Principal

Apply To:  Father Joe Esper   parish@iccatholic.org    

Position Description

  • Communicate effectively and collaborate with faculty, staff, and parents.
  • Promote a strong Catholic identity and positive morale among faculty, staff, and students.
  • Recruit, hire, develop, retain and lead  faculty and staff who are committed to the school’s mission.
  • Ensure compliance with archdiocesan policies and federal and state laws.
  • Identify and implement best practices in leadership, instruction, and student achievement.
  • Provide an orderly school environment which promotes student self-discipline, character development, personal responsibility and accountability, and respect for themselves and others.
  • Provide oversight for establishing, assessing and/or maintaining academic accreditation, curriculum content and faculty effectiveness to ensure academic excellence, safety/emergency procedures, admission procedures, academic records, school statistics, school calendar, and daily schedule.

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Be a practicing Catholic who is able to provide a letter of recommendation from parish pastor.
  • Hold a Master’s degree or higher from an approved program in Educational Administration offered by an institute of higher education (IHE).
  • The basic endorsement for a school administrator certificate is Elementary/Secondary Administrator K-12 (Building). A Catholic Principal, assistant Catholic Principal or other person whose primary responsibility is administering instructional programs employed as a school administrator after January 4, 2010 must hold a valid Administrator certificate in accordance with SB-981.

A school administrator who was employed as a school administrator on or before January 4, 2010 does not need to hold the Administrator certificate for their current position but must meet the same continuing education requirements as described in the renewal policy for the Professional Education teaching certificate, every five years after initial date of employment.

  • Hold currently valid Michigan teacher certification
  • Hold catechist formation certification as directed by the Department of Evangelization, Catechesis and Schools. Certification from another diocese will be reviewed during application process.
  • Be able to provide evidence of three years of successful teaching experience
  • Be able to meet any other local requirements pertinent to the available administrative position.

Demonstrated commitment to Catholic education. Must be willing to complete, the Archdiocese of Detroit Protecting Gods Children course. The Archdiocese of Detroit is an equal opportunity employer that does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, height, weight, genetic information, marital or other legally protected status.

(Posted June 6, 2019) 


Executive Director

Our Lady of the Pines Retreat Center, in Fremont, Ohio, is in search of a full-time Executive Director.  The Executive Director is responsible for marketing, program development, community relations and fundraising development.   The Executive Director oversees all daily activities and operations of the retreat center including but not limited to spiritual leadership, supervision of staff/volunteers and fiscal decisions, and delegates responsibilities as appropriate.  The successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in theology, psychology, business or a related field.  A master’s degree is preferred.  At least a minimum of 5-7 years of progressive administrative experience.  Must be a practicing Catholic who is either a lay person, or a member of a religious congregation or ordained clergy.  Interested individuals please send resume, cover letter and salary requirement to pinesretreatjobs@gmail.com by June 21, 2019.

(Posted May 24, 2019) 


Director of St Bernardine Home, Fremont, Ohio

This full-time position reports to The Director of Retirement Services

The Director of St. Bernardine Home is responsible for creating and maintaining an atmosphere of hospitality where community can flourish among Sisters, co-workers and guests, ensuring community processes, community life and spiritual development for all residents of St. Bernardine Home. The Director offers leadership to all involved in serving the Sisters and guests and is responsible for all aspects of day to day operations for St. Bernardine Home and the South Central property on Tiffin Road, Fremont, Ohio, including health care, food services, grounds and facilities.

Responsibilities include oversight and supervision of all services provided to the Sisters, supervision/evaluation of staff and oversight of business aspects of St. Bernardine Home.  The Director is accountable to South Central Leadership Team for the quality of life and care of the Sisters at St. Bernardine Home.

Position Responsibilities

  • Creates and maintains an atmosphere of hospitality
  • Provides personnel and resources for community processes, community life and spiritual development
  • Coordinates, directs and supervises the operation of the convent regarding quality and effectiveness of services including but not limited to support services, sister services, grounds, physical plant and housekeeping
  • Ensures all aspects of care, spiritual life, physical well-being and quality of life are met for the Sisters
  • Establishes and promotes channels of communication within the house as well as with others as appropriate
  • Responsible for recruiting, training, directing, evaluating and retaining all personnel
  • Cultivates a supportive and inclusive work environment for all staff
  • Assures support for the Sisters’ community during transitional times, illness, death, funerals, grief and loss
  • Prepares and manages the annual operating budget
  • Interfaces with the Local Area convener and Local Area community
  • Acts as the liaison to the campus ministry for lease arrangements, maintenance agreements and property upkeep
  • Encourages, supports and invites each Sister and staff person to reach their greatest potential
  • Oversees performance management of staff and contract services
  • Manages salary administration for all staff
  • Adheres to the Mercy Code of Ethical Conduct while ensuring positive relationships
  • Authorizes payment of accounts payables and payroll
  • Ensures compliance with all federal and state regulations, rules and guidelines
  • Confers with the Director of Retirement Services and/or South-Central Leadership team regarding strategies and long-range plans for the convent
  • Performs all other job-related duties as required

Position Qualifications:

Required

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years of experience in related field
  • Experience in relating with and understanding persons who are aging
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to listen effectively
  • Previous experience in budgetary and financial planning responsibilities
  • Experience building successful teams and culture
  • Demonstrated history of good judgement and quality decision making
  • Ability direct multiple functions and/or departments with full responsibility for operational results
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people
  • Ability and willingness to work irregular hours as needed
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office

Preferred

  • Prior experience in a healthcare or religious organization
  • Understanding and appreciation of the traditions and culture associated with the Sisters of Mercy
  • Familiarity with the Catholic Church structures and teaching

Process

Interested and qualified applicants can send letter of interest, resume and salary expectations to:

  • Patricia Manzi, Director of Human Resources for the South Central Community
  • 101 Mercy Drive
  • Administration
  • Belmont, NC 28012
  • Email: pmanzi@mercysc.org

(Posted April 8, 2019)