Employment in the Diocese of Phoenix

The following positions are currently open in the Diocese of Phoenix. Please click on a job title to view more information about it.

Facility Maintenance (P/T)St. Paul Parish, Phoenix
Posted: November 19, 2014

Saint Paul Roman Catholic Parish is looking for a part time hard working Facility Maintenance person to help with the cleaning and maintaining of our facility.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: The ideal candidate needs to be well organized, have good time management and communication skills, be able to perform outlined tasks with minimum supervision while maintaining a cooperative attitude with all departments. Ability to perform light electrical and plumbing duties is a plus.

Minimum Qualifications: A background in cleaning, yard work and minor repair work is preferred. Candidate must have a valid AZ Driver’s License and reliable transportation.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Craig Cullity, Pastoral Associate
Saint Paul Roman Catholic Parish
330 W. Coral Gables Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85023
Fax: 602-548-0708
ccullity@stpaulsphoenix.org

Janitor (P/T)St. Agnes Parish and School, Phoenix
Posted: November 19, 2014

St. Agnes Catholic Church and School seeks a hard working janitor to help with the cleaning of our facilities.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:The ideal candidate should be well organized, have good time management and communication skills, and must perform outlined tasks with minimum supervision while maintaining cooperative attitude with all departments.

Minimum Qualifications: A background in cleaning, yard work and minor repair work is preferred. Bi-lingual is a plus. Must have valid AZ Driver's License, reliable transportation, ability to pass a background check and take the Called to Protect class required by the Diocese.

Part time 30 hours, Monday through Friday, 8am-2pm.

For more information or to apply, please bring resume with cover letter to:
St. Agnes
1954 N. 24th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Or send to:
Roman Medrano
rmedrano@stagnesphx.org

Parish Office AssistantSt. Paul Parish, Phoenix
Posted: November 19, 2014

Saint Paul Roman Catholic Parish is seeking a full time Parish Office Assistant/Receptionist. This position provides secretarial and clerical support for parish office operations.

Essential Job Functions: Maintains confidentiality, assists with calendar management for Pastor and Parish, performs light secretarial duties for parish office operations. Responsibilities include answering phoenix, preparing correspondence and processing of mail, greets visitors, assists with the preparation of all Parish media. This position will also assist with the weekly bulletin.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Possesses understanding and love for the Catholic faith, ability to work in a team environment and maintain a good working relationship with parish staff, knowledge of current office methods and procedures, including word/data processing, desktop publishing, telephone techniques and office equipment, working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access and Publisher. PDS Scheduler, a plus.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma, GED or equivalent certificate, vocational training/word processing or applicable experience in a similar position.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Craig Cullity, Pastoral Associate
Saint Paul Roman Catholic Parish
330 W. Coral Gables Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Fax: 602-548-0708
ccullity@stpaulsphoenix.org

Sound Production CoordinatorSt. Steven Parish, Sun Lakes
Posted: November 19, 2014

St. Steven’s Parish of Sun Lakes is accepting applications for Sound Production Coordinator. The candidate must have a strong knowledge of sound, sound board, sound set up, mixing, video projection, computers, and theatrical lighting.

Essential Job Functions: The position has the following responsibilities: Works collaboratively with parish clergy and staff; provides sound and video for masses and parish events; supervises sound and camera volunteers/ministers; coordinates church audio/TV and electronic bulletin board; troubleshoots sound, TV monitors, and lighting; maintains inventory of all video/audio equipment; changes/maintains church bells; performs other tasks assigned by the Pastor, Parish Administrator, or Director of Music.

To apply, please request an application from:
jack@ststevensaz.org
Or call the Parish office at 480.895.9266

Accounting ManagerCrosier Fathers and Brothers Province, Phoenix
Posted: November 14, 2014

This position is responsible for overseeing all centralized accounting systems and functions at all sites ensuring they are run effectively and efficiently to sustain the religious life of the Crosier Fathers and Brothers.

Essential Job Functions: Serves as the Econome for the Province; oversees centralized accounting system and functions at all sites and coordinates for greater efficiency; reports to the general governance of the religious order: budgets, calendar year reports, audits; Leads and supervises the accounting team; serves on the Province Investment Review Committee; maintains standardized accounting procedures; coordinates and manages the annual budget process, including budget planning, management and adjustments; analyzes regular reports and prepares projections; provides internal reports as requested and external reports to government and church agencies; manages third-party auditor; stays informed of developments in church and government agencies that affect the financial status and reporting for religious non-profit organizations; manages the accounting for the Crosiers’ charitable trusts.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Knows how business works and how policies, practices and trends affect the organization. Can take in a lot of financial information and come to overall conclusions quickly, sees trends in data that help to make the right decisions; predicts future trends based on financial data. Understands accounting principles and adheres policies and practices that comply with these principles. Documents and improves the processes necessary to get things done; can organize people and activities. Makes sound decisions based on a mixture of analysis, experience and good judgment. Relates to all kinds of people with diplomacy and tact. Uses his/her time effectively and efficiently, concentrates his/her efforts on the more important priorities, meets strict deadlines and timeframes. Ensures that details are attended to and that information is accurate, follows up on outstanding issues to make sure they are resolved; takes personal responsibility for accuracy efforts and how they affect values. Can orchestrate multiple activities at once to accomplish a goal; develops schedules and people/task assignments, measures performance against goals. Can use the following systems/software: QuickBooks, Word, Excel, Access, internet and other finance systems/software. Regularly reviews performance with employees; discusses individuals’ development on a regular basis; helps employees create development plans to reach their full potential. Is good at establishing clear directions; distributes the workload appropriately; monitors process, progress and results; gives feedback on progress; is a clear communicator.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting or equivalent combination of 7-10 years of education and experience; non-profit/religious organization experience preferred; demonstrated ability to effectively work with all levels of an organization.

For additional information or to apply, contact:
Carrie Powell, Crosier Fathers and Brothers Province
4423 N. 24th St., Suite 400
Phoenix, AZ 85016-5584
crosier@crosier.org

Admissions RepresentativeUniversity of Mary, Tempe
Posted: November 12, 2014

The University of Mary - Tempe is looking for a well qualified candidate who has proven experience in College recruitment and admissions to help advance the mission of the University of Mary in Tempe. The Admissions Representative cultivates relationships with potential students, parents, and community partners, creating a culture that advances Catholic Higher Education.

Essential Job Functions: Demonstrates a willingness to support the Christian, Catholic, Benedictine mission of the University of Mary; recruits qualified applicants for admission and enrollment within an assigned territory, specifically focusing on Catholic High School students enroute to ASU, transfer students, non-traditional undergraduate students, as well as graduate students for our Education Degree; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with the campus community, the general public, community college personnel and other agencies; fosters relationships with instructors and counselors at ASU and community colleges, informing students about transfer credits and dual degree opportunities; establishes and maintains contact with interested prospective students in an assigned territory; meets with prospective students at Tempe office, as well as traveling to particular high school and community college events and fairs; assists prospective students to complete the application process and degree plan completion and supports other departments as necessary to meet to student needs; maintains and provides accurate and objective admissions data.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:Ability to work independently and with a team of colleagues; ability to travel moderately and maintain a valid driver’s license; ability to work independently and with a team of colleagues.

Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in Marketing/Sales or related field; must have advanced interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively and interact with prospective and current students, staff and faculty.

For more information, please email:
Prof. Ryan Hanning
rahanning@umary.edu

Director of Information TechnologyNotre Dame Preparatory, Scottsdale
Posted: November 5, 2014

Notre Dame Preparatory is seeking a Director of Information Technology to provide leadership and overall technical direction to the network infrastructure, telecommunications, security, applications and user support while ensuring a highly available network environment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:. Because NDP has a 1:1 computing program (iPad/BYOD), experience managing a 1:1 program model is highly desired. Working with the leadership team, this position will provide a vision for integrating management, informational, instructional, and media technologies, which supports services, projects, and activities for students, teachers and staff. Proven experience with both Apple OSX and MS Windows platforms is vital.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to:
tyehle@ndpsaints.org

Community Relations ManagerMaggie's Place, The Fiat House, Phoenix
Posted: November 4, 2014

The Community Relations Manager will focus on the development of donors and volunteers. She/he will ensure accurate data entry and timely acknowledgement of gifts, grants and in-kind donations. This role will also oversee volunteer development for Maggie’s Place.

Essential Job Functions: Data entry, run donor driven reports, understand the functionality of donor tracking system (NetSuite); provide leadership on training of system; implement and oversee thank you systems including merging batch reports; be lead for all thank yous including individuals, volunteers, businesses, churches and grantors; complete in honor/in-memory/special thank yous; cultivate personal and organizational relationships; coordinate regular Fiat House volunteers and interns; recruit and oversee Signature Events Volunteers (MOM, MP9K, etc.); provides support to Annual Campaign; contribute to team effort by accomplishing results as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:Bachelor’s degree; one to three years of experience in database management, preferably in a non-profit environment; strong grammar, spelling and proofreading abilities; excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, communication skills, and ability to handle multiple tasks in a deadline-driven environment; integrity and extreme trustworthiness; strong work ethic, problem solver and critical thinker; creative and flexible team player; reliable transportation; able to life and carry 30-50 lbs; occasional in state travel; flexible with time: some nights and weekends; proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

To apply, please send resume, cover letter and salary requirement to:
Kimberly DeMeritt, Director of Development
Subject Line: Community Relations Manager
apply@maggiesplace.org
No phone calls, please.

Coordinator of Ministries/Administrative AssistantSt. Clement of Rome, Sun City
Posted: November 3, 2014

Under the direction of the Pastor: develops, implements, directs the Eucharistic Ministers at the Altar, to the Hospital and to the Homebound; Proclaimers of the Word, Adorers of the Chapel; Solicits and Trains Volunteers for Front Office; Coordinates the Safe Environment training for Volunteers; and arranges and meets with Families for Funeral Planning; Orders Office supplies when needed and performs Office Tasks when requested.

Essential Job Functions: Develop, train and recruit volunteers for all Ministries; be a welcoming presence to parishioners and guests and answer telephone courteously when needed; meets with families to arrange Funeral services; prepares monthly stipend report and keeps Parish records updated; completes Annual Pastoral report.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Ability to relate with a variety of persons: staff, parishioners, newcomers and anyone else needing our services; ability to set priorities, and organize work effectively; ability to maintain confidentiality; knowledge of a variety of computer software programs; ability to delegate tasks to volunteers; ability to be self-motivated and to be able to multi-task; excellent oral, written communications, time management and delegation skills.

Minimum Qualifications: Must be an active, practicing Catholic in full Communion of the Church; a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies; two or more years experience in similar parish duties; must have valid Arizona driver’s license and own transportation.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Fr. John Slobig, Pastor St. Clement of Rome
15800 Del Webb Blvd.
Sun City, AZ 85351

Parish Office AssistantSt. Rose Philippine Duchesne Parish, Anthem
Posted: October 27, 2014

St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Parish in Anthem is seeking a full time Parish Office Assistant. This position provides secretarial and clerical support for parish office operations.

Essential Job Functions: Maintains confidentiality; assists with calendar management for Pastor and Parish; performs secretarial duties for parish office operations; responsible for answering phones, preparing correspondence and processing mail; greets visitors; maintains office record-keeping and filing systems; assists with the preparation of all Parish media, including the weekly bulletin; provides accurate data entry for all parish records.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Possesses understanding and love of the Catholic faith; ability to work in a team environment and maintain a good working relationship with parish staff; knowledge of current office methods and procedures, including word/data processing, desktop publishing, telephone techniques and office equipment; knowledge of proper use of English language (working knowledge of Spanish preferable); working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access, and Publisher.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent certificate; vocational training in data/word processing or applicable experience; two years of experience in a similar position.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Trish Boone, Office Manager
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Catholic Church
2825 West Rose Canyon Circle
Anthem, AZ 85086
Fax: 623-742-7031
trish@stroseparishaz.org

Youth and Young Adults MinisterSt. Rose Philippine Duchesne Parish, Anthem
Posted: October 27, 2014

Essential Job Functions: Youth and Young Adults Minister reports to the Director of Religious Education and has areas of responsibility that include: Develop a program of instruction for each ministry group; provide catechist formation and development for leaders and core teams for each group; provide opportunities for spiritual growth for leaders and core teams; plan, organize and conduct Social Events, Bible Studies, Prayer Groups, Retreats and Service Projects for each ministry group; work with RE office to assure proper recordkeeping: attendance, baptismal certificates, registration forms, etc. For High School and Middle School Ministry - Establish a collaborative relationship with parents and families. Assist and help provide catechesis for parents in their role as first and best teachers of the faith. For High School Ministry - Establish relationship with teens outside of weekly youth group meetings. Provide for weekly morning gatherings at local schools for prayer and faith sharing. Attend sporting events and social functions at the schools. For all Ministries - Oversee and assist leaders in training youth and young adults for liturgical roles: altar servers, ushers, lectors, hospitality, etc.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Must be an active, practicing Catholic in full communion with the Church; B.A. in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, or related field, knowledge of Catholic teachings, catechesis and documents on youth ministry; ability to engage in ongoing professional formation, keep informed of trends in youth evangelization, theology and methodology in ministry; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; willingness to work collaboratively with pastoral staff and lay leaders; ability to work nights and weekends; ability to use social media applications; working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Publisher; must have valid AZ driver’s license and own transportation and the ability to drive on the company (parish) business in conformance with the Diocese of Phoenix Transportation Policy.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Trish Boone, Office Manager
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Catholic Church
2825 West Rose Canyon Circle
Anthem, AZ 85086
Fax: 623-742-7031
trish@stroseparishaz.org

LibrarianNotre Dame Preparatory, Scottsdale
Posted: October 22, 2014

Notre Dame Preparatory in Scottsdale, AZ is seeking a librarian to start immediately.

Essential Job Functions: Responsibilities include management of the school library, collaboration with teachers, particularly on research projects; management of the library’s budget, including selection of library resources; encouragement of reading through book talks with students, both individually and with class presentations; management of research databases; coordination of the teachers and students, particularly regarding information through the day.

Minimum Qualifications: This full-time permanent position requires a Master’s Degree in Library Science.

To apply, please email cover letter and resume to:
tyehle@notredamepreparatory.org

Office Assistant, John Paul II Resource Center (P/T)Diocesan Pastoral Center, Phoenix
Posted: October 13, 2014

To support the Diocese of Phoenix in its mission to Encounter the Living Christ, this position assists the John Paul II Resource Center Coordinator in planning, advertising, and executing Theology of the Body educational events within the Diocese of Phoenix, especially the annual fundraising event, as well as assisting with accounting, financial records, and donor relations.

Essential Job Functions: Assist with planning the annual fundraising event for February 7, 2015; assist with general public relation and organizational tasks for the Resource Center; assist with updating the website and database; assist with updating accounting and financial records.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Experience in event planning; ability to execute quality layout and design of print and web materials; working knowledge of MS Office programs as well as social networking platforms; working knowledge of basic accounting principles; ability to work flexible hours; valid AZ driver’s license and the ability to travel to other locations in the Diocese of Phoenix. This position is temporary, 8 hours a week for 8 months.

Minimum Qualifications: Active practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church; AA degree or two years of college.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Diocese of Phoenix
Attn: Human Resources
400 East Monroe Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
diocesephoenix.org

Parish ManagerSt. Paul Parish, Phoenix
Posted: October 10, 2014

St. Paul’s Parish is seeking a Parish Manager to support the Pastor and staff in fulfilling the mission of the Parish by administering the parish office, facilities management and scheduling, human resources duties and overseeing the faith formation and social outreach of the community. This position oversees both pastoral and office operations, ensuring compliance with Diocesan policy and procedures, including the administration of the Safe Environment Program. This position also coordinates the budget process in collaboration with the Pastor and Finance Council.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Extensive understanding of Roman Catholic Church structure and teachings; reasonable knowledge and experience in Pastoral Management; ability and experience in hiring, supervising and coaching employees and volunteers to perform to the best of their abilities; excellent in oral and written communication, and interpersonal skills; ability to organize, work independently, set schedules, prioritize tasks, and work with other members of the staff in a team setting; possess intermediate to advanced skill level in computer software applications, including spreadsheets, word processing and database programs (Access, Excel, Word, Parish Data Systems Ledger, Church Office and Faith Formation Office), and the ability to learn new software; proven leadership and management skills; ability to facilitate meetings, and administer employee benefit program and delegation of responsibilities.

Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field and at least five years’ work experience. The successful candidate will have taken classes in Religious Studies, Theology, Pastoral Ministry or related field. The candidate must be an active, practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Fr. Dindo Bruno Cuario, Pastor
St. Paul Roman Catholic Parish Phoenix
330 W. Coral Gables Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85023
frcuario@stpaulsphoenix.org

Custodian (P/T)Saint Jerome Parish, Phoenix
Posted: October 7, 2014

St. Jerome seeks a hard working custodian to help with the cleaning of our facilities. The ideal candidate should be well organized and have time management skills. A background in cleaning is preferred. Bi-lingual is a plus.

For more information or to apply, please contact or forward resume with cover letter to:
Norma Santiago
602-942-5555
normas@saintjerome.org

Secretary ISt. Luke Parish, Phoenix
Posted: September 30, 2014

This position reports to the Parish Manager and provides bilingual receptionist and secretarial services for staff persons and parish ministries and helps maintain accurate parish records.

Essential Job Functions: Assists in the scheduling of parish facilities; answers telephones, takes messages and coordinates appointments; assists visitors in the parish office, gathers information for baptisms, funerals, weddings and registration of new parishioners; coordinates communication for diocesan collections; maintains sacramental records, notifications and certificates; prepares correspondence for pastor and parish staff; prepares and maintains scheduling of priests for Mass/confession; oversees liturgical supplies and sacristy organization.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Knowledge of word/data processing, general office and secretarial procedures; proficient typing skills and working experience of Microsoft Office software; ability to work under pressure, manage multiple projects simultaneously and handle stressful situations; excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Spanish; ability to maintain confidentiality.

Minimum Qualifications:Part-time position (20 - 25 hours per week); high school diploma or equivalent certificate; two years’ experience working in a related position; verbal and written bilingual skills in English and Spanish are required

Please send resume with cover letter to:
Raquel Rodriguez, Parish Manager
Raquel.Rodriguez@saintlukecatholic.org
Or mail to
19644 N. 7th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85027

Gifts CoordinatorSaint Mary's High School, Phoenix
Posted: September 4, 2014

Saint Mary's Catholic High School is seeking to hire a Gifts Coordinator.

Essential Job Functions: Working within the Office of Advancement, the Gifts Coordinator is responsible for acquiring fiscal support for Saint Mary's Catholic High School and sharing in fundraising responsibilities including strategizing new donor cultivation and solicitation, maintaining the database, donor and alumni relations, direct mail appeals, email campaigns, and special events. The ideal candidate will be a practicing Catholic who understands and can articulate the values of the Catholic faith and culture.

Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree; a minimum of 3-5 years of fundraising experience (or equivalent); a proven track record of fundraising success, especially with gift planning/executing and in major gift solicitations; event planning experience; strong organizational and communication skills; excellent computer skills (including spreadsheet proficiency); availability to work extended hours and some nights and weekends as needed.

Please send resumes to:
Patrick Madigan, Director of Advancement
pmadigan@smknights.org

EditorDiocesan Pastoral Center, Phoenix
Posted: September 3, 2014

To support the Diocese of Phoenix in its mission to encounter the Living Christ, the Editor directs the editorial and production staff in planning and executing the day-to-day print and digital operations of The Catholic Sun, which shares in the mission of evangelizing the Catholic faithful by providing news, information, education, a forum for discussion, and the Church’s guidance in matters of faith, morals and spiritual life.

The Editor, who must be bilingual in English and Spanish, works closely with the Director of Communications/Associate Publisher, Advertising Sales, and the Catholic radio and television teams to ensure a unified and cross-platform approach to engaging the Catholic faithful.

Essential Job Functions: Supervises, leads and coaches the Staff Writer, Graphic Designer and Circulation Specialist/Office Coordinator; develops the life and growth of The Catholic Sun; manages cyclical preparation of The Catholic Sun; engages digital audiences and provides an effective Christian witness through an enthusiastic, creative and savvy approach to social media, and integrates these tools into everyday workflow; responsible for the Spanish-language “La Comunidad” section of The Catholic Sun; monitors national and international news of importance to readers via Catholic News Service and other Catholic news sources; covers events, conducts interviews, takes pictures and writes news and feature stories; handles newspaper public relations when necessary; speaks to school and parish groups, and others, on request; serves on appropriate diocesan and community committees.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and Spanish; a critical eye for news and the understanding of how Catholic media can inform, inspire and engage the Catholic faithful; an acute understanding of the changing news media landscape and outstanding editorial, digital, social and cross-platform management experience and skills; an understanding of the relevant issues and opportunities for the Catholic Church; working knowledge of Mac OS X, WordPress or an equivalent content management system, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, and other relevant web and social media applications; skilled in reporting, editing, photography and newspaper page design; thorough working knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church and the Diocese of Phoenix in order to provide accurate information to the public; ability to exercise good judgment in acceptance of editorial content.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications or related field; five years of working experience in a related position, preferably with a newspaper; must be computer literate and have a working knowledge of hardware and software applications related to the publishing industry; active practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the Church; Arizona drivers license and own transportation.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Diocese of Phoenix
Attn: Human Resources
400 East Monroe Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
applicants@diocesephoenix.org

Director of Liturgy and MusicSt Paul Parish, Phoenix
Posted: August 26, 2014

St. Paul parish is seeking a full-time Director of Liturgy and Music. Responsibilities include planning and facilitating five weekend Masses, funerals and weddings. The Director must have knowledge of the Liturgical Documents and the Revised Roman Missal. They must be proficient in a variety of music styles, including hymnody and contemporary liturgical music, the ability to recruit and maintain SATB choir, children choirs and cantor ministries. The Director will report directly to the pastor and collaborate with clergy, staff and Faith Formation. The position will oversee all Liturgical Ministries, including the Liturgy Committee, training and on-going formation of all liturgical ministers, including Art and Environment. The Director should possess good communication and organizational skills. Knowledge of audio/visual is encouraged. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. The position includes eligible benefits.

Minimum Qualifications: At least 5 years previous experience working in liturgy and music in the Catholic church; Bachelor’s degree in music preferred, liturgical formation; budget preparation and adherence.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:
Fr. Bruno Cuario
Pastor
St. Paul Roman Catholic Parish Phoenix
330 W. Coral Gables Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85023
frcuario@stpaulsphoenix.org
Fax: 602-548-0708

Receptionist IISacred Heart Parish, Phoenix
Posted: August 26, 2014

This position reports directly to the pastor and provides skilled receptionist and secretarial services for staff persons and parish committees and helps maintain accurate parish records.

Essential Job Functions: Assists in the scheduling of parish facilities; answers telephones, takes messages and coordinators appointments; assists visitors in the parish office, gathers information for baptisms, funerals, weddings and registration of new parishioners; coordinates preparation of the Sunday bulletin; maintains sacramental records, notifications and certificates; prepares correspondence for pastor and parish staff; types minutes, memos, agendas and current mailing lists for the parish council.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:Knowledge of word/data processing, general office and secretarial procedures; proficient typing skills and working experience of Microsoft Office software; ability to work under pressure, manage multiple projects simultaneously and handle stressful situations; excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Spanish; ability to maintain confidentiality.

Minimum Qualifications:Part-time position (10-14 hours per week); high school diploma or equivalent certificate; two years experience working in a related position; verbal and written bilingual skills in English and Spanish.

Submit resume to:
Larry Shima
Sacred Heart Parish
1421 S. 12th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034
bister25189@mypacks.net

Pre-Need CounselorCatholic Cemeteries and Mortuaries
Posted: August 21, 2014

We are seeking practicing Catholics that are or would like to become sales professionals, with the understanding that they are working within a Catholic Church Ministry to educate and assist our primarily Catholic clientele secure their final resting place and prepare for future funeral services.

Essential Job Functions: Eligible individuals must be comfortable working with our Pastors and Parishioners within our parishes and communities. Must be willing and able to make their own appointments, build up a referral business and work some evenings and Saturdays. We welcome bi-lingual and Spanish speakers.

Income earning potential is directly tied to your production. Counselors are eligible to participate in medical, life, dental, 403b and pension plan benefits.

Please email your resume to:
mcannon@dopccm.com
Or call Michaela at: (602)267-1329

Liturgical Music Coordinator (P/T)Blessed Sacrament, Tolleson
Posted: August 5, 2014

Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Tolleson, Arizona is seeking a part-time Liturgical Music Coordinator for the English Speaking Masses.

Essential Job Functions: The Liturgical Music Coordinator’s primary responsibilities will include: working weekends at two English speaking Masses (Saturday Vigil 5 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m.), special liturgies and events as needed by the Pastor, which includes funeral and wedding Masses if the Music Coordinator is available. Planning and selecting liturgical music, rehearsing with choir, preparing a weekly worship aid and leading the assembly in song.

Other duties include maintain a music library, set up for special liturgies, attend liturgy meetings and ensure that choir members are in compliance with the Diocese of Phoenix Safe Environment Program.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Must have a working knowledge & understanding of Catholic liturgical norms; be proficient in choral direction and keyboard or guitar accompaniment; must sing; have an understanding of mixer/sound system and work in collaboration with volunteers, parish staff and other musicians and choir.

Minimum Qualifications:Recent experience in parish music ministry and bi-lingual (Spanish/English) a plus; candidate must meet all employment regulations for employment in the Diocese of Phoenix.

Please send cover letter with references and resume to:
Fr. Pedro Velez
Blessed Sacrament Church
512 N. 93rd Ave.
Tolleson, AZ 85353

Vice President for AdvancementThe Catholic Community Foundation, Phoenix
Posted: July 21, 2014

The Vice President for Advancement at the Catholic Community Foundation, Phoenix, serves as the Chief Advancement Officer and is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive institutional advancement programs and recruiting and developing talented team members focused toward the ultimate goal of significantly increasing constituent involvement and fundraising outcomes. The advancement function includes responsibility for Foundation relations, major gifts with a heavy emphasis on gift planning, endowments, capital campaigns, and advancement services. The ideal candidate will be a lifelong practicing Catholic who understands and can articulate the values of the Catholic faith and culture.

Essential Job Functions: Advance the mission, vision, and short and long-term goals of the Catholic Community Foundation; work closely with the President in all phases of his/her advancement and campaign leadership activities; strengthen and make strategic a strong and active planned gift program; serve as a member of the CCF Leadership Team and maintain close working relationships with members of the Board of Directors and key diocesan staff; maintain a dynamic portfolio of high net worth individuals and secure major, capital, and planned gifts, as well as endowment support; participate in strategic discussions and develop programs to strengthen the financial resources of the CCF; prepare for an upcoming diocesan campaign through comprehensive and effective campaign planning and execution; hire, train, inspire and guide direct reports and the entire advancement team (3 FTE’s) toward accountable, goal-oriented outcomes; develop annual plans and budgets for gift planning, comprehensive campaigns, major gifts, grants development, and advancement services; engage diocesan staff and parish leadership to enhance the culture of philanthropy; serve as the staff liaison for Institutional Advancement to the Board of Directors and the Board Committee on Advancement; some level of travel may be required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Extensive involvement in planned giving, estate planning, or related fields; leadership and accomplishment in advancement with a proven track record of fundraising success, especially with gift planning/execution and in major gift solicitations; strong organizational, supervisory, and leadership capabilities are required; document successful solicitation of planned major and principal gifts and present a history of building advancement program and fund raising performance; exemplary interpersonal skills; must be a visible Catholic leader.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree is required and master’s degree is preferred; a minimum of ten years of experience as a senior level planned gifts professional is preferred; the ability to work effectively with many diverse constituencies should be evident; other important characteristics include a strong work ethic, competitive nature, personal integrity, emotional intelligence, a sense of humor, excellent communication skills, strategic thinking and planning skills, and a vocational call to work in a Catholic ministerial environment.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Diocese of Phoenix
Attn: Human Resources
400 East Monroe Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
applicants@diocesephoenix.org

Coordinator of Catechetical MinistrySt. Steven Parish, Sun Lakes
Posted: June 9, 2014

St. Steven’s Parish in Sun Lakes is looking for a dynamic, energetic and motivated team player to plan, coordinate, implement and evaluate all facets of the Catechetical Formation program for Elementary Catechesis (K-5).

Essential Job Functions: Under the supervision of the Pastor or his designees, will maintain the existing grade school catechetical program for approximately 150 students including those in Sacramental Preparation and performs other duties as deemed necessary and/or assigned by the Pastor.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: : Must be accurate in fiscal matters and statistical data; must have knowledge of management, supervision, and human resource management; must be able to work with a wide variety of personalities; must have initiative, creativity, sensitivity to the needs of people, and sound judgment regarding individual and program needs; must be able to work independently with little direct supervision and frequent interruption; must take initiative in fulfilling tasks in a professional manner; maintain confidentiality; keep abreast of global, national, and Diocesan trends in the fields of Education, Theology, Spirituality, Management, and other related fields; must be able to work some nights and weekends.

Minimum Qualifications: Degree in theology, religious education or related field is preferred; minimum of three (3) years in Religious Education Ministry; must be proficient in the use of a variety of office equipment and Microsoft Office software; must have a valid AZ Driver’s License and have own transportation.

To apply, please submit an application.
You may request an application by mail to:
Fr. Leo Paul Hissey, Pastor
24827 S. Dobson Road
Sun Lakes, AZ 85248
Or by email at:
jack@ststevensaz.org
Your completed application may be returned in person or by email.

General Maintenance/LandscapingHoly Cross Catholic Cemetery, Avondale
Posted: February 11, 2014

Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Avondale is seeking temporary, full-time general maintenance and landscaping help.

Please apply in person at:
9925 W. Thomas Road
Avondale, AZ 85323

Additional Opportunitieswithin the Diocese of Phoenix
Posted: September 25, 2013

Click on the links below for additional opportunities:

Catholic Schools Employment Listings

Catholic Charities Employment Listings

Foundation for Senior Living Employment Listings

Maggie's Place, the Fiat House Employment Listings

Catholic Education Arizona Employment Listings

Foundation for Senior Living: President and CEO: Duffy Group, in partnership with Foundation for Senior Living (FSL), is identifying applicants for FSL’s President and CEO. FSL improves the quality of life for adults of all ages, especially seniors and those with disabilities. Since 1974, FSL has helped Arizonans facing issues of hunger, disabilities, aging, illness, loneliness, and substandard housing. The President and CEO will provide overall executive leadership and direction for FSL, oversee the day-to-day operating issues, be actively involved in fund development and have fiduciary oversight. He/she will promote a greater awareness of FSL within the community and expand its core services into areas and systems not previously served by the agency. The President and CEO will be committed to Catholic Social Teaching, faithful to the Code of Canon Law, as the basis for the mission and programs of FSL and will partner with the Board of Directors to guide the vision and strategic direction of FSL and its affiliated corporations.

Key Qualifications Include: Minimum of 10 years of senior leadership experience; strategic and innovative thinker who inspires success while maintaining focus on the appropriate priorities; business acumen combined with a strong social/community service orientation; demonstrated ability to manage in a complex, diverse, and dynamic environment, which includes a wide diversity of policy, programming, and financial requirements; ability to recognize and analyze significant emerging social issues and trends, and to identify appropriate strategies to address; knowledge of public policy and legislature effecting organization; proven success managing the financial stability of an organization, including development and monitoring of an annual budget and the ability to use financial management tools to responsibly drive strategic decisions; goal oriented and a proven fundraiser able to generate new revenue for an organization; strong written and verbal communicator able to engage one-on-one or with a large audience and who is distinguished as an excellent listener, open, professional and authentic; must be an active, practicing Roman Catholic in full communion with the church; must have extensive knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church, its vision, teachings and structure.

All interested parties should email their resume to :
Jaime Barrett-Thurston
jbthurston@duffygroup.com

Additional Opportunities outside the Diocese of Phoenix
Posted: September 13, 2013

Diocese of Tucson: School Principal St Charles Apache Mission School in San Carlos Arizona is searching for a principal for the 2014-2015 school year. The school is located on the San Carlos Apache Reservation 100 miles North of Tucson. The school educates 130 students of Apache or mixed tribal heritage in kindergarten through sixth grade. Applicants should have a master's degree and a desire to work with economically disadvantaged people. This is a wonderful place to do mission work within the United States while experiencing Native American culture. For more information about the school and its programs, visit our website: stcharlesapacheschool.org.
To view the job description and information on how to apply please refer to diocesetucson.org (Employment Opportunities). The position will remain open until filled (4/14/14).

Diocese of Tucson: Catholic Foundation for Stewardship and Charitable Giving – Executive Director The Catholic Foundation for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson is seeking applicants for the full-time, exempt position of Executive Director. The person selected will be responsible for providing strategic leadership and expertise to successfully manage the Foundation in all aspects of stewardship and charitable giving. The director works closely with lay and pastoral leaders to grow resources in support of the diocese and its ministries, parishes, schools, and programs. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree, five years of professional nonprofit fundraising experience, and a minimum of 2-3 years’ successful experience as a people manager. The individual must also have excellent human relations and interpersonal skills, must be a self-starter, well-organized and be a team player. Required also is proven success in the cultivation and solicitation of significant gifts (fund raising) and a demonstrated ability to work with board members, clergy, and community leaders; and proven successful management experience. To view the job description and instructions on how to apply, please refer to diocesetucson.org (Employment Opportunities). The position will remain open until filled (6/26/14).