Diocesan Positions

Coordinator of Middle School Ministry

The Division of Youth and Young Adult Ministry in the Department of Evangelization for the Archdiocese of Baltimore is now accepting applications for the position of Coordinator of Middle School Ministry.

This is a part time (19hrs/wk) 12 mo., non benefits eligible position. It will begin as soon as the correct individual is discerned.

The primary role of the Coordinator is to "form youth and those who accompany them into missionary disciples of Jesus Christ". To that end the Coord. will have three primary areas of focus:

1. Oversight of the annual Middle School Day
2. Expansion of retreat opportunities for Middle School youth
3. Creation and execution of ministry to parents and families of middle school youth

Applications are due by January 22nd.  
Questions, request of the full job description or to apply with a letter of intent and resume contact:
Craig Gould, Director of the Division of Youth and Young Adult Ministry
craig.gould@archbalt
410-547-5371


Campus Ministry Interns (Multiple Locations)

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond’s Office for Evangelization is currently seeking Campus Ministry Interns for several of our college campus locations: College of William & Mary, James Madison University, Radford University, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech. Interns are assigned to a specific campus within the Catholic Diocese of Richmond where they will serve for the year(s) of their internship.  Interns will be involved in many aspects of the day to day running of their assigned ministry. It is understood that during this time the intern will be working on pursuing a master’s degree or certificate in a field that is pertinent to Campus Ministry. Interns must be practicing Catholics in good standing. Please visit http://richmonddiocese.org/campus-ministry-interns-various-campuses/ for details about the positions and to download the application forms and materials. Please contact Sara Board at jobs@richmonddiocese.org should you have any questions. Deadline to apply is February 9, 2018


Director of Youth Ministry Services- (Archdiocese of Seattle)

 Each position employed in the Chancery helps to extend the ministry of the Archbishop in particular ways as outlined in the position description.  The Director of Youth Ministry Services supports the work of the Evangelization, Formation and Discipleship core area by working collaboratively with team members, parishes, and other identified groups to facilitate young adults to grow in their relationship with Jesus and engage as missionary disciples in Catholic parishes. Additionally, the Director of Youth Ministry Services ensures all Archdiocesan youth ministry efforts extend the mission and vision of the Church as communicated by the Archbishop.  Competitive salary and excellent benefits. To apply for this job, please visit our website at www.seattlearchdiocese.org/jobs.  We require all applicants to submit our standard application and a cover letter. Resumes alone will not be accepted. Please submit application and cover letter before January 12, 2018


Regional Coordinator for the Office of Youth Ministry- (Archdiocese of New York)

The Regional Coordinator of Youth Ministry (Lower Counties) will work with the Office of Youth Ministry in fostering disciple-making ministries to all archdiocesan high school age students up until the college level within their respective region. They will be the liaison between the local communities within their region and the office of youth ministry. They engage in parish youth ministry consultation, collaborative develop and facilitate youth ministry training programs and disseminate information from the office to the local levels as well as provide support and resources to the different communities as needed. This is a Full-Time salaried position. For more information visit http://oymny.org/job-bank. Interested candidates email Cynthia Psencik at Cynthia.Psencik@archny.org



Multiple Positions - (Archdiocese of Chicago)

Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity-Immigration Ministry, Archdiocese of Chicago

Employment Opportunities – Local and National Positions

Do you have a passion to develop Latino parish leaders to serve their immigrant communities as they begin to organize and respond to community needs?  Do you have a background in faith formation, Catholic Social Teaching or social action? Do you have experience in building strong relationships with faith leaders and community partners at the grassroots level?  Are you bilingual (Spanish/English)? 

If so, please visit http://legacy.archchicago.org/Employment/ to learn about and apply for the following full-time, Chicago-based local and national positions with our Immigration Ministry.

Pastoral Migratoria is an immigrant social ministry for service and justice actions in parish communities. The ministry advances the integration of immigrants in society, while providing the opportunity to connect their faith and lives as immigrants in this country. It is grounded in the methodology of Aparecida, the 2007 document developed by the Latin American Bishops under Pope Francis’s leadership.

If you are interested in being considered for any of these openings, please send your resume and cover letter to Elena Segura at esegura@archchicago.org. For more information about Pastoral MIgratoria and the work of the Office for Human Dignity and Solidarity-Immigration Ministry of the Archdiocese of Chicago, visit http://www.catholicsandimmigrants.org

http://www.catholicsandimmigrants.org


Young Adult Programs Coordinator - (Diocese of San Bernardino)

Under the general direction of the MYC Director, position acts as the lead agent in providing formation, resources, and consultation to parish Coordinators of Young Adult Ministry (CYAM), Pastoral Juvenil Hispana (CPJH); volunteers and young adults ages 18 to 35, married and single. The position will engage in training, planning, organizing, coordinating and implementing programs, events and activities for young adults and those who serve them. Also includes outreaching,
recruiting and creating a network of volunteers and collaborators to effectively develop young adult ministry leaders in parishes to implement the diocesan and MYC mission statements and policies, promoting a comprehensive vision of Young Adult Ministry laid out by USCCB document “Sons and Daughters of the Light.” The position serves all ethnic groups, movements, and parishes in the Diocese of San Bernardino.  Interested candidates, please go to the web address below for further information: http://www.sbdiocese.org/employment.cfm


Youth Programs Coordinator - (Diocese of San Bernardino)

Under the general direction of the MYC Director, position focuses on leadership development by supervising, coordinating and implementing specialization courses, programs, events, and activities for youth, Parish Coordinators of Youth Ministry(CYM) and youth ministry teams; responsible for assisting CYMswith ministry planning and consultation on programs, policies, and resources that promote a comprehensive vision of youth ministry laid out by USCCB document “Renewing the Vision: A Framework for Catholic Youth Ministry”. The position serves all ethnic groups, movements, and parishes in the Diocese of San Bernardino.  
Interested candidates, please go to the web address below for further information: http://www.sbdiocese.org/employment.cfm


FT Associate Director of Youth Ministry - (Diocese of Charleston)

Entry level position which involves service to junior high and senior high youth, youth ministers and the Diocese in the implementation of diocesan youth ministry programs. Develops strategies and programs which help youth transition to post-graduation life as an active member of the Church. Focuses on evangelization and the call to holiness in a holistic way which is sensitive to the needs of youth to experience faith formation, service, and social activities with their peers.

Bachelor degree in theology, pastoral administration, education, or related field required. Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) and familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. Excellent benefits with generous time off. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.