Employment

St. Augustine Catholic School, a faith-filled Catholic school in Napoleon, OH, is searching for a Principal to begin July 1, 2019.  The successful applicant will have a Master’s degree in Education or related, or be currently working in a program toward Master’s degree, and be a practicing Catholic.  Previous elementary experience in teaching or administration is preferred. Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references to Rev. Douglas Garand, pastor, at jdggar@gmail.com, no later than Monday, February 18, 2019.

(Posted January 18, 2019)


Long Term Music Sub

Holy Trinity Catholic School in Assumption, Ohio, is seeking a long-term substitute music teacher-minister for March 2019 until the end of the school year, for grades K-8. We are seeking a music teacher to continue our mission of forming saints and scholars through music education, a spring musical, and coordination with our staff and current music teacher to finish the school year. Qualified candidates should be passionate about teaching and well-versed in music, having the ability to read music and play the recorder. Interested applicants should contact the school @ 419-644-3971 or e-mail Mr. Brandon Kulka at bkulka@htassumption.org by February 1, 2019.

(Posted December 10, 2018)


Job Vacancy for a Pre-K to 6th Grade Principal exists for the 2019- 2020 school year at St. Peter Catholic School, Transfiguration of the Lord Parish, Upper Sandusky, OH. Candidates may inquire by calling the rectory at (419)294-1268. Applicants should submit a letter of interest no later than January 15 and 3 letters of reference to: tlp.businessmanager@gmail.com.

(Posted November 27, 2018)


Music teacher needed one day a week for St. Richard School, Swanton, beginning after Christmas. Music classes can be Wednesday or Friday, including playing for and directing singing for the Children's Mass on Friday at 8:30 a.m.

Please send cover letter and resume to Sister Jean Walczak at principal@saintrichard.org.

(Posted November 12, 2018)


Lima Central Catholic High School is seeking an English teacher for the 2019-20 school year.  More information is available at https://www.lcchs.edu/job-postings--10  Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and current resume to Principal Stephanie Williams at swilliams@apps.lcchs.edu.  

(Posted January 17, 2019)


Director of Finance - St. Ursula Academy

The Director of Finance works with the President, Principal, and the Board of Trustees to oversee all financial aspects of the school.

MISSION
Founded in the Ursuline tradition and rooted in the Catholic faith, St. Ursula Academy educates each young woman, transforming her through intellectual inquiry, personal growth, spiritual formation, and compassionate service, empowering her to lead confidently in a global society.

PRIMARY DUTIES

  • Supports and promotes the mission, vision and core Ursuline values of St. Ursula Academy.
  • Supports the Strategic Plan as indicated.
  • Develops the annual budget and monitors ongoing expenditures providing reports as required.
  • Prepares monthly financial statements for the school and the Foundation including general ledger entries as well as necessary reports and work papers for annual financial review.
  • Oversees all activities related to tuition. Accounts for scholarships, grants and other discounts including the Student Work Program and FACTS tuition program and FACTS monthly payments as well as monitoring of GPAs for academic merit awards.
  • Coordinates all elements of cash management including the collection and transferring of funds and maximizing investment returns.
  • Coordinates the faculty/staff compensation process including faculty contracts.
  • Responsible for leading the Cafeteria department.
  • Preparation of financial information related to the Merici Society, Arrow Booster Club, Arrow
  • Cards sales, Ed Choice, Jon Peterson Scholarship Program and Athletic ticket and fee collection.
  • Monitors all financial functions of the institution and its primary relationship with Signature Bank.
  • Maintains property and equipment record keeping for the institution, including purchases and sales, depreciation, and leases.
  • Oversees the activities of the St. Ursula Academy Foundation including monitoring investments and scholarships.
  • Reports information to the Board.
  • Oversees the Assistant to the Finance Director who completes payroll, benefits administration, monthly bank reconciliation and handles accounts payable.
  • Serves as primary resource for human resource questions and best practices.
  • Fulfills additional responsibilities as requested and indicated by the President.

EDUCATION
A degree in Accounting and minimum of five years’ experience is required. Certified Public Accountant or Master’s degree a plus. Supervisory experience is desirable.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Practicing Catholic preferred with a passion for and knowledge of Ursuline education as it is described in the writings of St. Angela Merici and lived at St. Ursula Academy with its traditions and beliefs.
  • Proficient with technology, with ability to become proficient in Financial Edge software.
  • Active listener with excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  • Be comfortable with holding parents accountable for meeting tuition agreements.
  • Be a proven self-starter, able to work as a member of a team, and willing to assume
  • responsibility for all financial elements of the institution.
  • Demonstrates strengths and success in leading and managing people, projects, processes, and
  • change with a genuine desire to empower, and motivate others.
  • Be able to set, and work toward financial objectives as approved.
  • Be able to fulfill all requirements of the Strategic Plan relating to Finance.
  • Be proficient in general accounting functions.
  • Demonstrates flexibility in working hours to support the events and activities of the institution.
  • Be a person of integrity and maturity.
  • Exhibit a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.

Rate of Pay: Commensurate with experience

Contact Information:
Please respond by submitting cover letter and resume by January 17, 2019 to Mary Galvin, Executive Assistant to the President; mgalvin@toledosua.org.



President, Norwalk Catholic School Posting Information

Norwalk Catholic School in cooperation with The North Point Educational Service Center is searching for candidates from both academia and the business sector interested in becoming our next President.

Position:    President, Norwalk Catholic School
Location:  Norwalk, OH
County:    Huron
Student Enrollment:  745
Salary:      Competitive
Application Deadline:  January 15, 2019

General Information:

We are seeking an experienced, results-driven and compassionate chief executive responsible for the overall leadership of Norwalk Catholic School.  The right candidate must possess the requisite skills to build upon a well-respected, faith-based educational system; inspire an innovative and continuous improvement mindset/culture to advance academic excellence to prepare graduates for today’s competitive job market.

For additional information about the school, please visit Norwalk Catholic School website at http://www.norwalkcatholicschool.org

Application Process: 

Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and resume to Brooke Moore at the email below.  Once received, North Point will forward a packet including detailed position posting and application for employment.  To be considered a candidate a completed application and resume must be received by North Point, Brook Moore, by January 15, 2019.

Norwalk Catholic School is a private institution.  All candidate information will be forwarded confidentially to the NCS Succession Planning Team.

Brooke Moore, Personnel Coordinator
North Point Educational Service Center
4918 Milan Road
Sandusky, OH  44870
Phone:  (419) 627-3908
Fax:  (419) 627-3999
Email:  bmoore@npesc.org


Part-time Science Teacher

A Toledo area high school is seeking a grade 7 part time Science teacher to begin in January.  Ohio licensure is preferred. Please submit resume and cover letter to Vicki Fitts at vfitts@toledodiocese.org.  

(Posted December 10, 2018)


FINANCE POSITION, Leipsic St. Mary Parish Office is accepting applications for a part-time (10-15 hours per week) position in the finance office.  Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, experience in accounting, proficiency in Microsoft Office with the ability to generate charts and graphs, QuickBooks, working with a budgeting team, analysis of financial statements and projections, good communication skills and willing to learn the principals of the Diocesan financial system.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.  Applications may be emailed to parishoffice@metalink.net or mailed to 320 State Street, Leipsic, Ohio  45856, Attention:  Bev Dewar.

(Posted January 15, 2018)


PASTORAL ASSOCIATE, St. Mary Parish, Leipsic, is accepting applications for a full-time Pastoral Associate.  Qualifications include experience in Pastoral work and at a minimum a Bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field.  Applications may be emailed to parishoffice@metalink.net or mailed to 320 State Street, Leipsic, Ohio  45856, Attention: Bev Dewar.

(Posted January 15, 2018) 


Full time opening for Facility Janitorial and Maintenance

St. Joseph Church, Maumee, has an employment opportunity for Facility Janitorial and Maintenance.  The primary responsibility of this position is general cleaning, responsible for the cleanliness of the Parish and School buildings and campus.  They must be able to identifying maintenance needs.  This person must be able to perform a variety of semi-skilled work in maintenance, with the primary focus on cleanliness of buildings and grounds of St. Joseph. Required to successfully complete an FBI/BCI background check.  To request a detailed job description or to submit your resume, please call 419-893-4848 or email denver.mossing@stjosephmaumee.org

(Posted January 2, 2018)


Full-Time Maintenance Position
St. Rose Catholic Parish, Perrysburg

Saint Rose is looking for a full-time maintenance worker, Monday - Friday from 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm.  Candidate must have experience in a variety of handyman skills including operating lawn and floor finish equipment, painting and the ability to set up Audio/Visual equipment.  Candidate must be a self-starter with the ability to solve problems and communicate effectively.  Must have at least a high school diploma or general equivalency degree and must successfully pass the BCI/FBI fingerprinting background checks prior to employment. Please send your resume, and three references to Rob Hohler at hohler@saintroseonline.org

(Posted December 19, 2018) 


Part-time Organist

The Historic Church of St. Patrick, Catholic (Downtown, 130 Avondale Ave. Toledo, OH  43604)

The Historic Church of St. Patrick is seeking a Part-time Organist/Director of Music.  Primary responsibilities include providing music for Sunday mass at 10 am, weddings, funerals, and leading the choir. 

If interested, qualified candidates should send cover letter and resume to:  The Historic Church of St. Patrick, Attn:  Trish Shaffer, 130 Avondale Ave. Toledo, OH  43604 or call Parish Office at 419-243-6452.

(Posted December 3, 2018)

GRANTS MANAGER for Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo

General Summary: 

The Grants Manager is responsible for coordinating all activities related to agency grants administration, including but not limited to: seeking funding from private foundations and government-supported programs, preparing funding proposals and grant applications, communicating with funding agencies, working closely with internal stakeholders on funding opportunities, participating in grant-related audits, submitting timely reports required by funding entities and maintaining a comprehensive grants plan.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conducts preliminary, high-level research on new funding opportunities for agency programs, to vet whether it fits the CC mission and core values, fills an existing funding need, or provides a new service opportunity.
  • Maintains frequent communication with Agency Program Coordinators, to understand the needs of each ministry.
  • Acts as the primary, executive-level contact for all Agency grants.
  • Responsible for monitoring and communicating grant application, grant renewal and grant reporting due dates.
  • Writes all letters, requests and reports required for each grant, working closely with the applicable program coordinator.
  • Coordinates all information necessary for grant application and reporting.
  • Maintains individual grant files (paper and electronic) for each funding source and opportunity.
  • Maintains a master file of user identification and passwords for all grant funding systems.
  • Directly submits all grant applications to funding agencies, or may delegate this authority to alternate Agency personnel.
  • Maintains a dynamic grants plan, which includes existing, ongoing grants, as well as grant applications and potential funding opportunities.
  • Works closely with grant accounting personnel to ensure appropriate monitoring of grant spending and balances, to obtain necessary financial reports and information for grant applications and reports.
  • Initiates grant start-up meetings when notices of funding received, to ensure appropriate communication of new and renewal grant information to necessary stakeholders.
  • Regular attendance is essential for this position.
  • Demonstrates a passion for the agency’s mission and values and commits to the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration or equivalent. Basic knowledge of accounting/budget preparation. Minimum of 3-5 years of creating, editing and coordinating grant proposals or related materials preferred. Requires excellent written and oral communication skills.  Must be familiar with various computer programs and tools used in proposal/presentation preparation. Demonstrates knowledge of issues of diversity and their effect in the workplace as reflective of the population served.  Ability to manage a number of assignments simultaneously, ability to meet strict deadlines.
  • Requires high level of knowledge of Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Must maintain a high level of attention to quality, detail, accuracy, and efficiency.
  • Must be able to organize and prioritize work, be proactive, take initiative, resolve complex problems, follow through, and simultaneously manage multiple priorities.
  • Exercise considerable independence and judgment, with a high level of confidentiality, working with sensitive and privileged information.
  • Must successfully pass the required BCI/FBI background check prior to employment and every five years.

E-mail resume with cover letter and salary requirements to mhudson@toledodiocese.org by Friday, February 8.

(Posted January 18, 2019)


PART-TIME CASE AIDE – Community Emergency Services                

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 Community Emergency Services 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 by February 8th, 2019.

(Posted January 18, 2019)


Part-Time Food Service Specialist

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is seeking a Part-Time Food Service Specialist who will be responsible for supervising the daily meal operations at Helping Hands of St. Louis in Toledo.  The successful candidate will be scheduled to work up to 25 hours per week, with some additional hours for special events and periods of high activity.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include: working with the volunteers that will be preparing meals on a daily basis; working closely with the Dining Room Supervisor to ensure that the kitchen and dining room run smoothly;  planning appropriate meals and maintaining rotating inventory of food that is needed to prepare meals;  storing foods correctly, neatly and doing quality checks; ensuring cleanliness of kitchen, exterior dumpsters, coolers and freezers; performing other related duties as assigned by supervisor.  A High School diploma or general equivalency degree (GED) with some experience in facility management, health and human services or community outreach is required. Serv-Safe food and beverage safety certification highly preferred. If not certified, training course must be successfully completed within the first 90 days of employment. Must successfully pass the required BCI/FBI background check prior to employment and every five years.

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to mhudson@toledodiocese.org.


MANSFIELD – FULL-TIME 3E PROJECT VETERANS’ CASE AIDE

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo seeks a full-time 3E Project Veterans’ Case Aide to provide information and referral services to veterans about community resources to help them overcome barriers and achieve workforce stability. A 3E Project Case Aide will be onsite at area employers weekly to recruit veterans to participate in the 3E Project. In addition, the case aide will recruit veterans to volunteer with the HOPE Pantry at Catholic Charities in Mansfield.

The goal of the 3E Project is to Empower, Encourage, and Engage individuals to become self-sufficient and provide services at the worksite to:

  • Connect to community resources;
  • Provide training/education, budget/money management, transportation, housing, medical/prescription assistance;
  • Understand the work environment, how to defuse conflict and problem solving;
  • Participate in asset and mind mapping;
  • Find creative ways to problem solve, break barriers and grow into stability; and
  • Gain awareness of company culture and support.

Applicants must be a veteran or a family member of a veteran (spouse, brother, sister, father, mother, son, daughter, grandchild, step sibling, stepchild, step grandchild) to be eligible to serve as a Case Aide in this program. Candidate must successfully pass BCI/FBI background checks. 

The AmeriCorps member will work with the Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) to manage a caseload of 25-50 veterans and needs to have knowledge of local resources and experiences in the social service arena, preferably helping people overcome barriers and achieve personal stability. In addition, the AmeriCorps member will establish case files for new veteran clients, assist veteran clients with developing and achieving program goals and objectives to ensure clients gain independence and skills needed to become a productive member of our community.

Other duties:

  • Assist with 1:1 intake interviews with clients to determine eligibility;
  • Access and refer veteran clients to other community agencies as appropriate to meet client’s needs;
  • Perform follow-up to make sure community services are provided and the client is meeting the requirements for the program; and
  • Assist in providing workshops for clients, if needed.

Please note that this is NOT a permanent position, but runs for a calendar year from the date employment starts. The successful candidate will receive a living allowance, health insurance and is eligible for an educational benefit of $5,920 upon completion of the program.

Please email your cover letter and resume by Sunday, March 3, 2019, to Famico Williams at fwilliams@toledodiocese.org EEO

(Posted January 2, 2018)


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 by Friday, January 18, 2019.


Part-Time Food Service Specialist

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo is seeking a Part-Time Food Service Specialist who will be responsible for supervising the daily meal operations at Helping Hands of St. Louis in Toledo.  The successful candidate will be scheduled to work up to 24 hours per week, with some additional hours for special events and periods of high activity.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include: working with the volunteers that will be preparing meals on a daily basis; working closely with the Dining Room Supervisor to ensure that the kitchen and dining room run smoothly;  planning appropriate meals and maintaining rotating inventory of food that is needed to prepare meals;  storing foods correctly, neatly and doing quality checks; ensuring cleanliness of kitchen, exterior dumpsters, coolers and freezers; performing other related duties as assigned by supervisor.  A High School diploma or general equivalency degree (GED) with some experience in facility management, health and human services or community outreach is required. Serv-Safe food and beverage safety certification preferred. If not certified, training course must be successfully completed within the first 90 days of employment. Must successfully pass the required BCI/FBI background check prior to employment and every five years.

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to mhudson@toledodiocese.org by Friday, November 30, 2018. 

(Posted November 6, 2018)


Catholic Charities - Toledo
Part-Time Residential Specialist

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.


Catholic Charities Job Opportunity – Norwalk, OH
Residential Specialist (Part-Time)

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.

Family Service Advisor- 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

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 incentives. Benefit package includes medical, dental, paid vacation and sick days; and retirement benefits. 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.

To apply please send salary requirement, cover letter and resume to humanresources@toledodiocese.org

Family Service Advisor- 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

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 incentives. Benefit package includes medical, dental, paid vacation and sick days; and retirement benefits. 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.

To apply please send salary requirement, cover letter and resume to humanresources@toledodiocese.org


Chief Operating Officer/St. Anne Communities/Fort Wayne, IN

St. Anne Communities in Fort Wayne, IN is looking for qualified candidates to fill the role of Chief Operating Officer.  St. Anne Communities is a non-for-profit five star continuing care retirement community which strives to be faith centered and family focused.  The COO is responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of the company, including management of the profit and loss statement for the business, as well as the related resources associated with the operation.  Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Nursing, Finance, or other relevant field of study.  Candidates must have or the ability to obtain a licensure as a Health Facility Administrator in Indiana.  To view a full job description, please visit www.diocesefwsb.org/Current-Job-Postings.  To apply, please send a resume and cover letter via email to Bob Nicholas at Bob.Nicholas@onbinvestments.com, or mail to 116 E. Berry St. Fort Wayne, IN 46802 Attn: Bob Nicholas.

(Posted January 4, 2019)


The St. Thomas More Newman Center, the Catholic campus ministry serving The Ohio State University, seeks a full-time Building Manager who is responsible for maintaining a welcoming church environment that includes cleanliness, safety, security and regular maintenance of the building and property. The Building Manager coordinates and/or performs repairs to and maintenance of equipment, furnishings and fixtures and monitors overall security. Additionally, the Building Manager is responsive to the needs of staff and volunteers, including set-up and tear-down for scheduled activities and events, and is responsible for supervision of the Building Assistants.

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience with all aspects of facility maintenance and management
  • Working knowledge of maintenance and preventative maintenance practices
  • The position requires frequent physical movement about the building and grounds and heavy lifting to perform the essential functions of the job
  • Self-motivated and flexible with the ability to plan and meet deadlines

Benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with education and experience
  • Paid time off and holiday pay
  • Employer paid health and dental insurance

Job offer is contingent on the successful passing of the mandatory background screening and completion of the VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children program. The full job description can be viewed at http://www.buckeyecatholic.com/employment Please submit resumes at hr@buckeyecatholic.com.

(Posted November 20, 2018)