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Last Updated: 9-19-2014

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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Administrative Assistant for Human Resources Department – Catholic Center

The Diocese of Fort Worth seeks a full-time Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of secretarial and administrative tasks for the Human Resources Department. This position is responsible for set-up and maintenance of Human Resources and Benefit information and files for Diocesan employees; tracking of time, attendance and vacation; processing of new hire paperwork; preparation of various reports and payments; organization of meetings and events, and other duties as assigned to support the Director of Human Resources and the Director of Benefits. This is a non-exempt position, and the assigned working hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The qualified applicant must be a practicing Catholic with a minimum of three years of experience in an administrative support role, preferably in a Human Resources Department. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook is required. College degree preferred. Fluent (written and spoken) in both English and Spanish is strongly preferred. Excellent communication and organizational skills, with an exceptional level of accuracy, efficiency, motivation and attention to detail are required. For further details on duties and qualifications, please view the attached job description.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health insurance. If interested in this position, e-mail a resume, a completed job application and a cover letter to .

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Executive Secretary to the Vicar General / Moderator of the Curia – Catholic Center

The Diocese of Fort Worth seeks a full-time Executive Secretary to perform a variety of secretarial and administrative tasks for the Vicar General / Moderator of the Curia. This position is responsible for daily assistant duties such as correspondence, compiling of statistical reports, maintaining the Diocesan calendar, maintaining files on priests and religious persons in the Diocese of Fort Worth, taking of minutes for assigned meetings, and other duties as assigned.

The qualified applicant must be a practicing Catholic with a minimum of three years of experience in an administrative support role. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook is required. College degree preferred. Fluent (written and spoken) in both English and Spanish is strongly preferred. Excellent communication and organizational skills, with an exceptional level of accuracy, efficiency, motivation and attention to detail are required.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health insurance. If interested in this position, e-mail a resume, a completed job application and a cover letter to .

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Religious Education Coordinator – St. John the Apostle Catholic Church

St. John the Apostle Catholic Church has an immediate opening for a Religious Education Coordinator. The ideal candidate provides leadership in the design implementation and evaluation of catechetical programs, sacrament preparation, and ongoing religious formation for grades Pre K thru 5. Responsibilities include recruitment, training, and supervision of volunteers, as well as, planning and chairing meetings. This position requires fluency in English and Spanish, as well as, education and/or experience in catechetical teaching. The successful candidate will have a solid background in catechetics, preferably with a BA in Religious Studies, Theology, or related field. Good rapports with children and parents as well as excellent interpersonal skills are a must. Also required is the ability to work evenings and weekends. For more information please contact Byanka Peffers at 817-284-4811 or email .

 

Controller – Catholic Center

The Diocese of Fort Worth Texas seeks a full-time Controller. Main duties include supervising and managing personnel, serving as senior accountant and direct manager of accounting, payroll, financial analysis, and preparing financial reports for the Diocese of Fort Worth, the Advancement Foundation and other related entities.

A qualified candidate is a Roman Catholic, in good standing, actively participating in a parish; has a Degree (CPA preferred) in Accounting, Business or equivalent; can read, write and converse fluently in English and Spanish; has a minimum of five years’ professional experience; is proficient in Microsoft Office; possesses excellent administrative skills; is able to collaborate effectively with lay persons and clergy, and works independently, exercises good judgment, and handles confidential information.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health insurance. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail a résumé, a completed job application and cover letter to . Position will be open until filled.

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Co-coordinator of Youth Ministry – St. Catherine of Siena Church, Carrollton

St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Carrollton, Texas, is looking for a dynamic, energetic, organized and creative individual to be co-coordinator of Youth Ministry in a well-established, active program for 6th-12th grade. We are looking for someone who is a team player, is educated and knowledgeable in the Catholic Faith, who also practices it, and is able to creatively share that knowledge and experience in a way that engages our youth and the adults who assist in our Faith Formation program. This is a full-time position with benefits.

The ideal candidate will have higher education studies in Theology, will be well organized, and have experience in dealing with Youth and youth ministry. Responsibilities will be shared in our normal RE program, which includes Sunday nights after the 5pm Mass from September through May, Confirmation Preparation, and various parish retreats and diocesan functions throughout the year.

You will be supported by an active church staff, including the current youth minister, parents, and many other adults and young adults who take an active role in forming our youth in the faith. To apply, please email your resume to: Deacon Dennis Duffin, Business Manager at .

 

Director of Youth Ministry – Catholic Center

The Diocese of Fort Worth Texas seeks a full-time Director of Youth Ministry at the Catholic Center to provide a Christocentric and Comprehensive Catechetical Process for the formation of our youth in the Catholic faith. Main duties will include: directing and administering various youth events, programs and conferences including the annual Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference, Middle School Rally, Youth Leadership Camp, Youth 2000 retreat, etc. Oversee Safe Environment Training for all teen leaders. Foster relationships with parishes, schools, and youth organizations.

The qualified applicant must: be a practicing Catholic; Bachelor’s degree in Theology or Catechetics (Master’s degree preferred); minimum of 5 years of catechetical experience in Youth Ministry; availability to travel and work evenings and weekends as required.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health insurance. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail a résumé, a completed job application and cover letter to or fax to 817-244-8839. Application due date is September 30.

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Director of Religious Education – St. Mary Church, Gainesville

St. Mary Parish is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Parish Director of Religious Education (DRE).

Candidate qualifications: The successful candidate: must be an active Catholic in good standing; have a graduate degree in Theology or related studies, or an undergraduate degree with a minimum of 10 years of experience; have a strong desire to assist the Pastor in the formation mission of St. Mary Parish; have the ability to create, articulate and implement a parish wide vision of religious formation under the guidelines of the Diocesan Office of Religious Education; should have strong organizational and communication skills.

Job responsibilities: The DRE will be responsible for collaboratively developing, implementing, and evaluating parish wide religious formation according to Diocesan Guidelines. This would include: the recruitment, support, evaluation and formation of catechists; setting curriculum and selecting texts and resources for Religious Education classes and programs for all ages and vocations; directing and guiding sacramental preparation programs including RCIA; coordinate and support with the St. Mary Catholic School (K-8) to insure continuity between the parish and school religious education programs.

Qualified candidates are invited to email a resume with a cover letter outlining their experience, salary requirements and the name of their parish to Pam Hoedebeck at .

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Administrative Assistant – Advancement Foundation

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to work as a leased employee to the Advancement Foundation to provide clerical support to the Executive Director and staff. Three (3) years of previous experience in an administrative support services role is required. Proficiency is required in oral and written communication, general office functions, and computer programs (Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint). Fluency in Spanish (verbal and written) is strongly preferred. Please see attached Job Description for a complete list of duties. Submit a cover letter (including salary expectations), resume, and completed employment application to . Position will be open until filled.

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Director of Stewardship and Parish Relations – Advancement Foundation

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is seeking a full-time Director of Stewardship and Parish Relations to work as a leased employee to the Advancement Foundation. Stewardship is a lifelong process integral to being a Disciple of Christ, and this position will serve the Parishes of the Diocese of Fort Worth to create and manage successful stewardship programs and campaigns. The successful candidate will hold a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and be a Practicing Catholic with a strong desire to serve the Catholic Community. Fluency in Spanish (verbal and written) is strongly preferred. Please see attached Job Description for a complete list of duties. Interested and qualified individuals should send a resume and cover letter (including salary expectations) to . Position will be open until filled.

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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 Church, 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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Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries – St. Rita Church, Fort Worth

St. Rita Catholic Church in Fort Worth, Texas seeks a Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries for a multicultural parish of 1200+ families. The Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries is responsible for coordinating and providing quality liturgical experiences which celebrate and strengthen the community’s faith. Responsibilities include coordination of all Parish Liturgies, recruiting, scheduling, and overseeing Liturgical Ministers serving as lectors, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers, etc. Qualified candidates must be an active member of a Catholic parish faith community, related education and experience necessary to perform basic liturgical coordination responsibilities, an ability to work well with constituents including priests, deacons, lay adults and children, and a willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed. Bi-lingual proficiency is desirable. A more detailed job description can be obtained from Lori Strittmatter, St. Rita Parish Business Manager at .

 

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
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817-560-2452, ext. 308