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Last Updated: 7-23-2014

Job Opportunities

To advertise job opportunities on this page or in the North Texas Catholic news magazine, please contact the North Texas Catholic office at 817-560-3300 and ask to speak with Judy Russeau. This service is not free and does have a fee associated with it.

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Advancement Director - Holy Trinity Seminary, Irving

Holy Trinity Seminary, Irving, is seeking a director for its office of advancement. Applicants should be practicing Catholics with a Bachelor’s degree, have experience in not-for-profit advancement work, be ready to help grow the office and advancement plan in its early years of development, be able to set achievable and measurable goals, and be ready to oversee direct mail, public relations, communications, marketing, donor relations, planned giving, and special events. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and skills. Those interested may contact the seminary at 972-438-2212 regarding submission of resume and receiving additional information. Applications are due by August 10, 2014.

 

Director of Food Pantry Outreach - St. Andrew Parish, Fort Worth

The Director of Food Pantry Outreach is responsible for: All aspects of Food Pantry Outreach including all aspects of the food pantry, financial assistance for parishioners, educating Saint Andrew Catholic School’s staff, students, parents, and other ministries of the parish on Catholic Social Teaching and its relevance to Food Pantry Outreach; communicate and collaborate with appropriate community organizations or groups; provide direct supervision of over 200 volunteers; organize Holiday Outreach Programs as well as other programs aimed at improving quality of life for those less fortunate while maintaining the greatest level of dignity for them.

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Please send cover letter and resume by September 15, 2014 to Search Committee, Saint Andrew Catholic Church, 3312 Dryden Road, Fort Worth, TX 76109 or by e-mail to .

 

Principal - Our Mother of Mercy Catholic School

Our Mother of Mercy Catholic School, a predominately African-American parish/school, is seeking a dynamic spiritual and educational leader to serve as principal for the 2014-15 School Year. The school operates in the President/Principal leadership model. Candidates must be a practicing Catholic with 3 years Catholic school experience with a Master’s Degree including 18 hours in Administration. Please submit a letter of interest, resume, references and a request for an application to:

Catholic School Office
Our Mother of Mercy Principal Search
800 West Loop 820 South
Fort Worth, TX 76108-2919

 

Teaching Applicants - Holy Cross Catholic School

Holy Cross Catholic School is seeking qualified teaching applicants that are EC-5 certified. Candidates need to send a current résumé, cover letter and diocesan application form to:

Ann Beckel, Principal
Holy Cross Catholic School
303 King Road
Frisco, TX 75034

Information can also be emailed to . Holy Cross Catholic School is looking for teachers for grades PK, first grade and second grade.

 

Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations - The University of Dallas

Together with the Executive Vice President (EVP), the Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations is responsible for the creation of plans, implementation of strategies, and supervision of fundraising and alumni relations programs of the University. The Senior Director leads a staff of nine in annual giving programs, major and planned gifts, corporate/foundation giving, alumni relations. The Senior Director manages numerous programming budgets; consults with both current and prospective donors regarding applicable technical and gift planning matters; directs campaign activities of the University; supervises the publication and distribution of various development and alumni relations publications. The Senior Director and EVP collaborate with the President in conducting other development and alumni relations related business, as needed.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Reporting to the EVP, the Senior Director collaborates to evaluate and implement strategies for long-term fundraising effectiveness and campaign success.
  • Hires, coaches, and evaluates development (annual giving, major gifts, corporate/foundation giving and advancement services) and alumni relations staff and sets measurable goals that facilitates individual accountability while achieving organizational goals.
  • Manage a portfolio of major gift prospects, developing and implementing cultivation and solicitation strategies for each prospective donor. S/he prepares written proposals, informational material, endowment agreements and other documents needed to secure major gifts in a team-oriented environment.
  • Collaborate effectively with various University colleges and other University departments to develop and provide key messages and communications for alumni, parents, friends or donors.
  • Utilizes fund-raising and engagement data to prepare statistical analyses and attainment reports related to fundraising and alumni engagement efforts.

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Résumés and applications indicating job title are accepted via fax, email, mail, online, or in person at: Fax: 972-721-4095; E-mail: ; Address: Office of Human Resources, Carpenter Hall, 1845 E. Northgate Dr., Irving, TX 75062.

 

Middle School Youth Minister and Worship Leader - St. Francis of Assisi, Grapevine

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Grapevine, Texas is searching for a full-time Middle School Youth Minister and Worship Leader to serve 400 students between 5-8th grade. Our ministry program focuses on events/retreats, evangelistic catechesis, and discipleship through relational ministry. As a parish striving to live out the new evangelization, our mission is to create life-long disciples by connecting students to authentic worship, life-giving community, and discipleship mentors within the parish. You can find our parish website at www.sfatx.org.

The Position:

This position will work in collaboration with the Director of Youth Ministry to produce a comprehensive youth ministry program for 5th-8th graders. This position will be responsible for weekly programming. The position also facilitates retreats and one summer trip, as well as participation in other grade appropriate diocesan events. The middle school youth minister would be expected to participate in outreach opportunities such as school visits and events within the community as well as occasionally help with our high school youth ministry program when needed. The position would also be responsible for recruiting/training/leading a team of adult volunteer ministers to lead small discipleship groups.

The position would also be responsible for leading a Worship Team for a weekly Sunday Evening Mass. The position would recruit, lead, and train a worship team of volunteers, as well as prepare the Liturgical Music for this Sunday Evening Mass and help lead praise and worship for some retreats/events when needed.

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Volunteer Specialist - Catholic Charities, Fort Worth

The Volunteer Specialist recruits, trains, cultivates and works to retain the volunteers necessary to meet the needs of Catholic Charities programs.

Requirements

  • Engage individuals, faith based organizations, community groups, corporations and universities in the mission of Catholic Charities through the recruitment, cultivation, training and retention of volunteers. Volunteer training includes educating the community to the pivotal role volunteers play in carrying out Catholic Charities mission, vision and values.
  • Facilitate the volunteer orientations and trainings.
  • Follow the agency’s advancement model to cultivate volunteers and donors.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with agency program managers to accurately ascertain the need for volunteers and volunteer training/scheduling.
  • Maintain proper volunteer tracking and reporting necessary to meet Catholic Charities best practice standards.

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Deaf Ministry Interpreters Needed

The Deaf Ministry Program provides services to Catholic Deaf Parishioners and their family members throughout the Diocese. The program has eight different parishes in which we provide services. Currently, the Deaf Ministry Program is looking for qualified interpreters to help with both religious education classes and interpreted Masses at these parishes. If you have the gift of being able to communicate with deaf people in their own language, please consider working in the Catholic Deaf Community. The needs of the Deaf Community are very special and people with the skill of interpreting can make a huge difference! There is a stipend paid to the interpreter. If you would like more information, please contact Connie Martin, Director of Deaf Ministry, at 817-560-330, ext. 305, or . Thank you.

 

To advertise job opportunities on this page or in the North Texas Catholic news magazine, please contact the North Texas Catholic office at 817-560-3300 and ask to speak with Judy Russeau. This service is not free and does have a fee associated with it.

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Judy Russeau
Administrative Assistant
817-560-2452, ext. 308