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Career Opportunities

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To College Students:
Opportunities for internship cover several departments and are for both year-round and seasonal roles.  College students seeking internship opportunities throughout the Central Services Offices of the Archdiocese of New York can send a cover letter and resume to Anthony.LoBello@archny.org.

To Interested Candidates: 

Catholic Center

Data Systems Center – Level 3 PC Support Technician

Archdiocese of New York
Data Systems Center
Level III Support Technician
February 2023

Job Purpose:

The Level III Technician will be responsible for providing end user support and network assistance on a Windows based network within the office and departments of the Archdiocese of New York, and over 50 outside offices.

The Level III Technician relies on experience and judgment as well as pre-established procedures to identify, research, and resolve technical issues presented through level I and II Help Desk incidents. .

 

Direct Supervisor:

The Associate Director of Data Systems

Responsibilities:

  • Set up, maintain and troubleshoot Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS desktop and notebook computers
  • Maintain excellent communication with all end users and other members of the technology department
  • Install and configure software
  • Set up and configure printers, scanners, and other peripherals
  • Provide Smart Phone Support with IOS and Android OS
  • Document issue resolution using the help desk ticketing system
  • Execute other assigned tasks as delegated by the Associate Director
  • Travel to the various Archdiocese offices to perform installations, software rollouts, or to resolve on-site technical problems
  • Provide VPN Support for remote users
  • Create users accounts and password resets
  • Perform other duties, as assigned

Essential Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to clearly communicate technical concepts to non-technical people
  • Ability to recognize, analyze, and effectively solve problems in a timely and organized manner
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Must also exhibit a strong understanding and adherence of customer service skills
  • Must be focused, motivated, flexible, and patient

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer technology, computer science, or related field required
  • 5+ years experience in setup, configuration, troubleshooting of desktop/notebook hardware and software required
  • Proven expertise with iOS devices / MDM in a networked environment / Knowledge of Android Devices
  • Proven expertise with Microsoft Products including Office, Access, and Project
  • Knowledge of TCP/IP networking, and related network services (i.e. DNS, SMTP, DHCP, VPN, etc.)
  • Knowledge of Active Directory concepts and administration
  • WordPress, SharePoint, HTML, and CSS knowledge preferred

 

Compensation range for this position is $60-70k.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Pawel.Pietraszko@archny.org

Catholic Education Advancement – Associate Director of Special Events

Archdiocese of New York
Office of Catholic Education Advancement
Associate Director of Special Events
Feburary 2023

 

Primary Responsibility: Manage all events for the Office of Catholic Educational Advancement

Direct Supervisor: Executive Director of Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all aspects of the Inner-City Scholarship Fund Annual Dinner: Oversee catering; handle the program and printed materials; work with point persons at companies of Honoree and Co-Chairs; create and adhere to timeline for communications and printing; develop income projections; supervise mailings and follow-up calls; develop a staffing plan for event.
  • Coordinate all aspects of the Inner-City Scholarship Fund FRIENDS Gala: Work with Gala committee in selecting a site and chairperson(s); coordinate program; handle on-site catering; create a budget; develop income projections; develop printed materials and supervise mailings and follow-up calls; develop a staffing plan for the event.
  • Coordinate all aspects of Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s Lawyers Committee Annual St. Thomas More Award Luncheon: work with the committee in selecting a site and honoree(s); coordinate program; create a budget; develop income projections; develop printed materials; supervise mailings and follow-up calls; develop a staffing plan for the event.
  • Work with all program professionals and volunteer groups to plan, coordinate and manage each of their major fundraising and cultivation events including cocktail parties, breakfasts, luncheons, receptions, and others.
  • Collaborate with the development team on all endowment and sponsor-driven events.
  • Provide oversight and direction for the Manager of Special Events
  • Special projects as needed

Performance Standards:

  • Execute each event flawlessly and on time
  • Achieve maximum participation in all events and activities by effectively leading volunteer groups
  • Achieve fundraising goals
  • Maintain good communication with Trustees and volunteers

Position Requirements:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience: A minimum of five years of event experience (preferably nonprofit)
  • Track record of working with volunteers
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Knowledge of executive office protocol and the ability to respect confidential information
  • Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge a plus

 

Personal Characteristics:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong knowledge of Windows, MS Word and Excel, Raiser’s Edge, and PowerPoint
  • Intelligent, articulate, and highly motivated self-starter with strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to relate effectively with upper management, peers, and others
  • Ability to carry out multiple and diverse tasks concurrently
  • Initiative to constantly seek ways to improve department results

 

Compensation range for this position is: $90-100k.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Mark.Ruggiere@archny.org

 

Catholic Education Advancement – Executive Assistant

Archdiocese of New York
Office of Catholic Education Advancement
Executive Assistant
February 2023

 

Primary Responsibility:  The Executive Assist provides high-level support to the Executive Director and the Catholic Education Advancement leadership team.

Direct Supervisor:  Executive Director of Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director
  • Manage phone calls, correspondence, calendar and expense reports
  • Assist with portfolio management to keep records and reports of outreach
  • Coordinate dates, attendance related to Board/Committee meetings.
  • Assist with preparation, distribution of Trustee related materials.
  • Provide support and staffing to the Board of Trustees as needed
  • Maintain materials to onboard new Trustees
  • Prepare written correspondence at the direction of the Executive Director, including thank you notes, fundraising solicitations, congratulatory letters, responses to donor inquiries and school related correspondence
  • Provide support to Executive Director and Chief of Staff on Human Resources related matters such as communications, scheduling, completion of required forms and onboarding new staff
  • Assist with special events and projects as needed

 

Performance Standards:

  • Communicate effectively and professionally with internal and external constituents
  • Handle sensitive material confidentially
  • Ensure timely, courteous, and accurate communications with Board members and all other volunteers
  • Keep accurate database and filing systems
  • Ensure correspondence is completed in a timely manner and sent with appropriate information

 

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree. 2+ years of experience in a similar role, non-profit development office preferred
  • Excellent writing and communications skills
  • Interest in fundraising and development
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Detailed, organized, and priority-oriented
  • Ability to work with volunteers, committees, and senior staff
  • Familiarity with web research
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel; Raiser’s Edge and PowerPoint a plus

 

Personal Characteristics:

  • Intelligent, articulate, and highly motivated self-starter with strong inter-personal and communication skills
  • Ability to relate effectively with upper management, peers and others
  • Ability to carry out multiple and diverse tasks concurrently
  • Initiative to constantly seek ways to improve department results

 

Compensation range for this position is: $65-70k.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Mark.Ruggiere@archny.org

Catholic Education Advancement – Associate Director of Marketing and Communications

Archdiocese of New York
Office of Catholic Education Advancement
Associate Director, Marketing and Communications
February 2023

 

Primary Responsibility:  Oversee all marketing and communication efforts of Catholic Education Advancement office.

Direct Supervisor:  Executive Director, Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute integrated Marketing and Communications program for Catholic Education Advancement Office and its various fundraising entities (including Inner-City Scholarship Fund, the Catholic Alumni Partnership, and School Champions)
  • Elevate mission and brand of the Archdiocese of New York’s Catholic schools through advertising, public relations, direct marketing, and social media
  • Collaborate with Superintendent of Schools Office to market Archdiocese’s nine school regions
  • Oversee the production and maintenance of program brochures, websites, annual reports, photos, videos, and semiannual newsletters
  • Ensure brand and messaging consistency across all communication channels
  • Manage the Marketing Associate and Direct Marketing Associate
  • Manage relationships with service providers, negotiate vendor contracts, and maintain annual budget
  • Liaise with organization boards and committees,
  • Work with Director of Events to develop and produce event invitations and ancillary materials
  • Communicate with schools, alumni, and donors to obtain poignant and impactful stories to use in marketing materials
  • Manage special projects as needed

 

Performance Standards:

  • Meet project deadlines including annual report and newsletters
  • Create and adhere to budget
  • Update and utilize social media daily
  • Ensure that branding and messaging across all Catholic Education Advancement entities are consistent

 

Position Requirements:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience: Minimum of five years of marketing/communications experience strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated project management experience
  • Strong computer and research skills
  • Ability to write and edit effective letters, newsletter content and ad copy
  • Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills
  • Broad-based nonprofit business experience
  • Strong commitment to Catholic education and knowledgeable about the education landscape in New York

 

Personal Characteristics:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Creativity, innovative approach, and knowledgeable about new media
  • Attention to detail, commitment to achieving goals, and a high level of initiative and energy
  • Proven ability to manage multi-phase projects from inception to completion
  • Ability to build consensus among team members
  • Comfortable presenting ideas and reports to Board members and senior management

 

Compensation range for this position is: $90-100k.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Mark.Ruggiere@archny.org

Child Nutrition Program – Project Manager

Archdiocese of New York
Child Nutrition Program, Department of Education
Project Manager
January 2023

Overview

Reporting to the Director of the Child Nutrition Program (CNP), this role presents an opportunity to learn about and drive policy and complex school programs through the lens of our school food program serving over fifty sites.

Required Education, Experience, and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • A clear and effective communicator with a strong command of the written word, capable of determining how best to reach different audiences and deliver those messages;
  • Excellent information management, analytical, and administrative skills;
  • Ability to collaborate and work well on a team with focus on key priorities;
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and balance multiple projects simultaneously with key attention to scale projects on larger levels;
  • Outstanding attention to detail and ensure alignment with organizational goals;
  • High level of technical proficiency including Microsoft Office Suite, namely Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Google Tools, Adobe, Zoom, etc.;
  • High degree of professionalism and possesses sound judgment;
  • Able to work effectively in an environment of complex relationships across multiple departments;
  • Knowledge of education management and/or schools (preferred);

 

Essential Position Responsibilities

  • Under the supervision of the Director of CNP and in collaboration with the Director of Government Programs and Student Services and Senior Associate Superintendent, you will draft communications for all levels of the Archdiocesan community, including but not limited to:school principals, other superintendent’s office staff, and external constituents, including elected officials and government agencies such as the New York City and State Departments of Education, Office of Nonpublic Schools, City/State Legislatures, and U.S.D.A.;
  • Assist and help facilitate various aspects of CNP programs under the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs, After-school Snack, Special Milk, and the newest UPK sites;
  • Prepare documentation and submissions for various grants including, but not limited to NYSED/CN equipment grants;
  • Prepare documentation on the inputting and tracking of meal claims and perform statistical analysis to determine best practices and increase meal participation;
  • Assist the Director with various State and Federal CNP-related filings including but not limited to P-EBT (Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer);
  • Maintain budgets and related tracking documentation as well as prepare communications for various office and governmental programs;
  • Assist, where appropriate, and as directed by your supervisor with student services programming in the Superintendent of Schools’ office;
  • Draft emails, forms, protocols and other correspondence to principals and other stakeholders and monitor the implementation of such directives;
  • Prepare filings and documentation related to the application and implementation of the aforementioned internal and external programs;
  • Exercise considerable responsibility in the implementation, execution, and continued operation of various programs with direction from your supervisor and provide guidance to principals and school staff on various programs that are provided to Catholic schools from various governmental and private entities;
  • Assist, where appropriate, the COVID-19 Health and Safety Task Force in relation to school safety plans and re-opening programs as well as the COVID-19 reporting team;
  • Assist in the planning and execution, where appropriate, of various Superintendent’s office initiatives;
  • Prepare material and keep notes/minutes for all meetings, maintain files, and organize materials for future meetings;
  • Follow-up with appropriate stakeholders regarding City and State programs and initiatives;
  • Carry out directions to independently manage and complete projects both on short deadlines and long-term timelines;
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Director of CNP, Director of Government Programs and Student Services, and Deputy Superintendent.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $60-70k.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Steven.Pallonetti@archny.org

Youth Faith Formation – Digital Learning and Technology Specialist

Archdiocese of New York
Youth Faith Formation
Digital Learning and Technology Specialist
January 2023

 

About the Department:

The mission of the department is to build the Kingdom of God by supporting, training, and resourcing the parishes of the Archdiocese of New York in their ministry to evangelize and form young people and their families from birth to twelfth grade. Made up of a team of ministry experts and consultants that work collaboratively, the department marries the richness of Catholic Church with understanding of the needs of today’s children, youth, and families to foster disciples of Jesus in the community of the Catholic faith.

 

Essential Position Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The Digital Learning and Technology Specialist oversees instructional technology for the Department of Youth Faith Formation and works collaboratively to ensure learning content is delivered in the most effective manner in an on-line environment.
  • Carry out the mission and core values of the department and the archdiocese in implementing best pedagogical uses of instructional technology as well as in helping to build and nourish a culture of disciplined and redemptive use of personal devices with formation leaders, so they can assist parents and young people.
  • Engage in training and education regarding learning in the digital environment and the support and management of the departmental websites and digital communications.
  • Work with all archdiocesan ministries to further the archdiocesan mission to live, proclaim, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ
  • Create standards for and maintain the quality of digital learning for the department
  • Oversee the implementation of the learning management system (LMS)
  • In collaboration with the director of ministry formation, design and upload online courses for individualized learning and paths to certification
  • Collaborate closely with the director of ministry formation to ensure quality online formation including designing and updating courses, assisting faculty, running and sending reports
  • Confer regularly with the IT staff to ensure adequate infrastructure and support
  • Plan and conduct professional development regarding technology and ministry for staff and faith formation leaders
  • Provide parish faith formation leaders with tools to assist parents and young people to use technology, media, and social media in a way that reflects their Catholic values
  • Manage the learning management system’s database including the creation of reporting mechanisms
  • Work collaboratively with departmental team and the director of ministry formation to develop  effective opportunities to meet the identified learning needs of their constituents
  • Develop relevant technology and program job aids and “introduction to use” courses
  • Maintain and update content on the websites as needed by the department
  • Maintain, schedule, and update social media content as needed by the department
  • Stay current  with  developments in hardware, software, and apps and make recommendations
  • Participate in the planning and implementation of departmental gatherings and events
  • Provide monthly content for departmental newsletter
  • Collaborate on the planning and implementation of departmental events and gatherings
  • Submit periodic project reports to the Executive Director
  • Attend departmental team and working-group meetings
  • Liaise with others nationally who engage in similar technical activities
  • Complete other duties as needed

Required Education, Experience and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in information technology, digital learning, computer science, or corporate training (equivalent experience will be considered)
  • Experience in digital learning
  • Proficient in working with learning management systems and course authoring tools such as Articulate Rise
  • Actively growing in one’s faith and able to be a witness of Christ through a life of authenticity and integrity as a Roman Catholic in good standing
  • Exhibit a continually growing expertise on the trends, methods, teachings, and research in digital learning and technology and ministry
  • Strong interpersonal skills, organizational, time-management, and communication skills
  • Interculturally competent with a strong sensitivity and awareness of the multicultural reality of the archdiocese
  • Enjoys being an active member of a team in a joyful work environment
  • Self-motivated and pro-active in completing responsibilities in a timely fashion
  • Able to work flexible schedule that may include nights and weekends, as needed
  • Proficient in MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, Outlook) and online navigation and research
  • Expertise with a variety of technological tools used for learning and formation (e.g. digital projectors, laptops, tablets, smart phones, etc.)
  • Proficient in Articulate a plus

 

Compensation range for this position is: $65-75k.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Ela.Milewska@archny.org

Good Newsroom – Associate Director of News

Archdiocese of New York
Marketing Department  
Associate Director of News
January 2023

 

Background and Purpose

The Archdiocese of New York recently launched its new digital newsroom, The Good NewsroomTM with great success. It’s a new entity within the Archdiocese that provides daily reporting in English and Spanish on the good works of the Church. Publishing exclusively through digital channels, the goal of The Good Newsroom is evangelization and reaching people with uplifting stories about the Church. We also cover difficult topics when needed. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, we seek a leader to be the point person to oversee news planning, manage day-to-day newsroom activities, and develop reports of our successful news coverage. A proactive, experienced, digitally savvy storyteller, who is not above rolling up his or her sleeves would be a good fit for this role.

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Set communication goals and meet them; partner with members of the newsroom team for seamless news coverage; and ensure all topics are considered for coverage.
  • Develop story ideas and identify content needs. Make plans through freelancers or full-time employees to create high quality news stories for publishing.
  • In conjunction with the team, develop monthly, weekly, and daily calendar of news coverage. Be the primary owner of the calendar. Report on both planning and summary of news coverage
  • Ensure that all areas of reporting are complete including non-breaking news topics, such as feature reporting, religious education, and other areas of importance to the archdiocese
  • Coach and mentor team members. Supervise some members of the newsroom team.
  • Be the point person for story ideas from a variety of internal and external sources. Respond in an appropriate manner to those who send us ideas.
  • Be an ambassador for The Good Newsroom Understand and articulate the culture and values of the larger organization through our communications channels. Ensure consistency of message through website, social media, email, and other e-communications. Support a unified brand management environment and asset management/use.
  • Partner with the advertising department when appropriate to support advertiser engagement and revenue opportunities. This involves ensuring the editorial/content calendar is appropriately presented to potential advertisers.
  • Assign articles to freelance writers, videographers, and photographers when needed. Support process to ensure legal agreements are current, payments are managed, and asset use is according to established terms.

 

Required Education, Experience, and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Advanced Degree preferred
  • 10+ years of experience in journalism. Significant, successful experience in digital publishing. At least 5 years of experience in a newsroom (print, broadcast, or both).
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church and of the Archdiocese of New York
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a team player
  • Significant writing, editing, and/or video/audio production experience.
  • Prefer experience in community journalism.
  • Portfolio of work reflecting writing, video, and other digital communications projects required
  • Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of people and tell stories about and with underrepresented communities
  • Experience in digital content management and promotion of content through websites, social media, and email.
  • Spanish language a plus
  • Valid driver’s license and must be able to travel to all regions within the Archdiocese of New York

 

Compensation range for this position is: $110-120k.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Rachel.Sheehan@archny.org

Good Newsroom – Operations Assistant Director

Archdiocese of New York
Marketing Department  
Operations Assistant Director
January 2023

 

Background and Purpose

In 4Q 2022, the Archdiocese of New York launched its new digital newsroom, The Good NewsroomTM with great success. It’s a new entity within the Archdiocese that provides daily reporting on the good works of the Church. We seek an operations professional to support the growing newsroom team. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, the incumbent will work with the internal team, departments at the Archdiocese of New York, and outside vendors. The ideal candidate is reliable, thorough, and at ease with multi-tasking. Duties will be varied, but focused on making sure all financial, legal, and other administrative matters are managed well. We are looking for a team player who has worked in an operational role in a newsroom, a media organization, or an advertising agency.

 

Essential Job Duties

Under direction from the Director

  • Oversee legal agreements for a variety of vendors, service providers, and freelancers. This includes ensuring appropriate review for deliverables and spending; legal and other stakeholder review process; and routing for final approval. This also includes ensuring the vendors are paid as per the agreements and that assets are used according to agreement parameters.
  • Manage the department budget in terms of reporting on spending and preparing the annual budget documentation. The person needs to manage a departmental budget and project budget and be very comfortable with advanced use of Excel. This responsibility includes a.) owning an Excel spreadsheet that is also a budget reporting tool; b.) being the point person for invoices received; c.) coordinating payment through the payables department and ensure appropriate internal codes are applied; d.) keeping the spreadsheet/reporting document up to date; e.) working with the Director to plan approved overages and reflect this information in the reporting document; and f.) partnering with Finance to understand the financial databases and reporting of the organization (as related to the department budget).
  • Oversee administrative matters and office-related needs for a 10-person Department; general filing for the office (physical and electronic filing) and record-keeping for administrative matters; office supplies; reimbursable expenses to employees, physical space planning and related moves; etc.
  • Support the development and use of a dynamic asset management system by the team.
  • When needed support the Director in onboarding new employees in terms of planning and administrative and logistical tasks.
  • Develop and oversee the office calendar and conference room scheduling
  • Other duties and responsibilities as needed

 

Required Skills, Knowledge, Education, and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 7-10 years of work experience in an office setting required. Prefer 5+ years of operations experience
  • Prefer strong project management experience and orientation
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office. Advanced experience with Excel required. Good PPT skills needed.
  • Experience doing research to support decisions and develop opinions
  • Prefer experience with digital content strategy, content development, and content management. Prefer experience with digital newsroom management, including digital system management (such as digital asset management)
  • Experience in maintaining confidential information in an office environment
  • Excellent communication skills (written, verbal) and strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter, detail oriented, ability to multi-task
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus

 

Compensation range for this position is: $100-110k.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Rachel.Sheehan@archny.org

Good Newsroom – Digital Communications Specialist

Archdiocese of New York
Marketing Department
Digital Communications Specialist
January 2023

 

Background and Purpose

In 4Q 2022, the Archdiocese of New York launched its new digital newsroom, The Good NewsroomTM with great success. It’s a new entity within the Archdiocese that provides daily reporting on the good works of the Church. Key to our engagement strategy will be an e-newsletter. We seek a Digital Communications Specialist (DCS) to coordinate the development and ongoing distribution of the e-newsletter. S/he will also contribute to website maintenance, social media integration, and digital channel reporting. The DCS needs to be a well-rounded professional with experience in communications, digital channels, and analytical dashboard reporting.

 

Essential Job Duties

  • In partnership with a design resource and the larger newsroom team, the DCS will plan, manage, and oversee the newsroom e-newsletter. This includes developing an e-newsletter calendar that is consistent with the overall content and editorial calendar.
  • Develop creative ideas for other email messages to our audiences and coordinate the planning and distribution of these messages
  • Work as part of a team that plans and coordinates messages across all channels
  • Provide reliable data-based opinions and recommendations on digital communications efforts
  • Own and manage the database of subscribers
  • Support the webmaster and be a back up to this role with day-to-day tasks
  • Support analytical reporting needs on a variety of digital communications efforts
  • Act as a back up to social media channels
  • Other duties as needed

 

Required Education, Experience, and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Prefer Bachelor’s degree in Communications.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church and of the Archdiocese of New York
  • 3-5 years of work experience. Experience and exposure to digital marketing, digital content management, editorial planning, and brand management
  • Prefer experience with e-newsletter planning, oversight, management, and reporting.
  • Prefer experience with database management
  • Able to set goals, communicate with diverse audiences, and set and meet deadlines in a large organization
  • Prefer experience in growing engagement across digital platforms
  • Excellent communications skills (written, presentations, etc.)
  • Experience with data reporting and maintaining analytical dashboards
  • Experience with website design and management, social media content development and publishing, digital publishing, and reporting on success of various initiatives
  • Project management experience
  • A team player
  • Spanish language a plus

Compensation range for this position is: $70-80k.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Rachel.Sheehan@archny.org

Global Regional School System – Human Resources Coordinator (Manhattan Region)

Archdiocese of New York
Global Regional School System (GRSS) Human Resources Office
GRSS Human Resources Coordinator
June 2022

 

Purpose:

The GRSS Human Resources Coordinator will assist in the day-to-day Human Resources activities for the assigned regions.

 

Supervisor: This position reports to the Executive Director of Human Resources.

 

Summary of Responsibilities:

  • In their region(s) of responsibility, advise and assist in the HR functions of salary and benefits data entry, HR Online (Paychex) payroll processing of all new hires, terminations, changes to employee’s records, conduct on boarding & orientation of ALL new employees.
  • Liaison between Regional Superintendents, Business Managers, Treasury Supervisors, Accounting Coordinators and Principals.
  • Communicates with the Director of Human Resources & HR Department for direction in resolving all issues relating to bargaining and non-bargaining employees.
  • Generate new & maintain employee records in HR Online and Payroll Preview for assigned schools in areas such as compensation, benefits: Medical, Life, Supp. Life, FSA, Commuter, STD, LTD, and AD&D, 403(B).
  • Coordinates new hire on-boarding as it relates to payroll, employee benefits and conducting new hire orientations.
  • Process employee terminations in accordance with established procedure.
  • Responds to questions, concerns or issues from employees, Regional Superintendents, Business Managers, Treasury Supervisors, Accounting Coordinators and Principals via email, phone or a combination thereof.
  • Ensure proper completion of required documents for leaves of absences, to include Workers Compensation, Short Term Disability (STD) and Long-Term Disability (LTD), Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) as well as all related correspondence.
  • Develop and produce reports and analyses, as required utilizing Excel spreadsheet formats.
  • Special projects and other duties as assigned.

Education, Requirements, and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related Field
  • 2-3 Years’ experience in Human Resources including direct contact with employees and management.
  • Experience in interpreting & working with union contracts a plus.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Strong to Advanced knowledge or Word, Excel and Outlook).
  • Bi-Lingual Spanish a plus.
  • Valid Driver’s License required.
  • Ability to work independently between field offices.
  • General understanding of the GRSS mission, organization, management philosophy and culture.
  • General understanding of best practices associated with the specific human resources activities for which the position is responsible.
  • Self-starter; Results driven
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent analytical, prioritization, organizational, and follow-up skills.
  • Ability to multitask and perform in a high-volume environment.
  • Ability to articulate and document employee relations situations.
  • A balanced perspective between organizational and staff member needs.
  • Imaginative in applying accepted policies and practices.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Office, Word, Excel, and Outlook.

 

Compensation range for this position is $55-60k, annually.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Elizabeth.McGahay@archny.org

Tuition Management Office – Tuition Collection Coordinator

Archdiocese of New York
Department of Education – Tuition Management Office
Tuition Collection Coordinator
January 2023

 

Primary Responsibility:  The Tuition Collection Coordinator will manage the (past due) tuition collection efforts for the previous school year/s for all withdrawn students, as well as proactively support tuition collection from active families in the current school year.

 

Professional Level: At least 3 – 5 years of professional work experience

Direct Supervisor:  Director of Tuition Management

Responsibilities:

  • Actively address the past due balances in completed school years for all withdrawn students; attempt to collect and/or recommend accounts to be sent to collections. Provide all necessary support and documentation to collections agency.  Update Blackbaud tuition accounts with collections status.
  • Support Principals and Regional Finance Managers (RFMs) with the collection of the current school year tuition; provide all necessary reporting; assist in creating payment plans; consolidate multi-year balances; update Blackbaud as required.
    • On a case-by-case basis and in collaboration with the Director of Tuition Management, Principal and RFM, taking responsibility for specific accounts with excessive past due balances.
  • Participate in monthly delinquency calls with the Director of Tuition Management, Principals and RFMs.
  • Continuous review of Zero Payment Report, Multi-Failed Payment Report and Multi-Year Aging reports to highlight concerns and problem accounts to Principals, Regional Finance Managers, and Regional Superintendents.
  • Coordinate transition of outstanding balances from the current school year to the new school year for returning families; attempt to collect outstanding balances from withdrawn and non-returning families; make recommendations for collections as necessary.
  • Investigate opportunities to leverage Blackbaud Tuition’s current collection process and functionality to achieve better collection outcomes.
  • Complete special projects as needed

 

Performance Standards:

  • Reduce the past due balances of withdrawn families in previous years by 25%.
  • Ensure 100% of the past due balances for returning families are consolidated into next year’s tuition accounts (per Superintendent’s policy).
  • Proactively execute all assigned tasks with minimal supervision
  • Ability to multi-task and manage time effectively, priority and detail oriented
  • Proficiency using databases and analysis

 

Position Requirements:

  • Education:  Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience: Minimum of five years of experience in debt collection
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
  • Excellent organizational skills, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Proven conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to generate creative solutions
  • Attention to detail, commitment to achieving goals, and a high level of initiative and energy
  • Ability to build consensus with all stakeholders, and balance multiple concurrent priorities.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, as the position necessitates.

 

Compensation for this position is $50-55k, annually.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Dana.Sellers@archny.org

Parish Finance – Associate Director – Staten Island Region

Archdiocese of New York
Parish Finance Office
Associate Director of Parish Finance
January 2023

 

Position Description:

Reporting to the Director of Parish Finance, the Associate Director of Parish Finance is responsible for overseeing and supporting the Financial and Administrative operations of the parishes and schools within the Deanery.  The position will also serve as a liaison for these parishes and parish schools to the Archdiocesan Finance Office.  Position also has a reporting line to the Director of Parish Training/Reporting.

Identify, develop, and coordinate resources to assist pastors and administrators in financial reporting and operations.  Troubleshoot and resolve issues and/or refer the pastors and administrators to the appropriate resources.  Ensure accurate monthly recording and reporting of financial information on the ConnectNow Accounting software.

 

Responsibilities and Duties: 

  • Liaison with outside accountants, parish bookkeepers and secretaries within the deanery to assist the parishes in financial reporting and operations.  Ensure that regular accountant and bookkeeping meetings are held at the parish.
  • Ensure compliance with Archdiocesan financial and operational procedures.
  • Visit parishes on a regular basis to meet with pastors and parish staff on financial and administrative matters.
  • Ensure that all budgets and financial reports are collected and verify that the information is correct.
  • Analyze parishes’ operating practices in the areas of record keeping and accounting, develop controls, and suggest revisions to established procedures.
  • Communicate operating policies and procedures to the parishes within the deanery and serve as a representative for the Finance Office at the deanery meetings.
  • Coordinate with the Archdiocesan Construction Management Consultant to establish and monitor preventive maintenance program for all buildings.
  • Become thoroughly familiar with the parishes in the deanery and develop management, narrative, financial, and statistical reports for weekly submission to the Finance Office.
  • Become certified in ParishSoft Accounting Software to ensure the complete and up-to-date recording of financial information.
  • Maintain certification in the use of ParishSoft Accounting Software by working with a parish within their deanery and the Director of Parish Training/Reporting.
  • Ensure that Parishes/Parish Schools pay their Consolidated Invoices as soon as possible. If they cannot, assist the Pastor/Principal through the IPF process.
  • Support the Pastor through the IPF application process.  Sign-off on the IPF application to ensure that the information is thorough and accurate.
  • Assist the IPF board and sub-committee members as needed to complete the subvention approval process.
  • Analyze parishes’ financial operations as part of the Request For Authorization (‘RFA’) process.
  • Assist the Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer for any special projects.

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be a self-starter, possess leadership qualities. Possess the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Windows, Word and Excel systems.
  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting or equivalent work experience.

 

The annual compensation of this position is: $80K – $100K.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Marcus.Ryan@archny.org

Development – Senior Associate, Donor Relations

Archdiocese of New York
Development Office
Senior Associate of Donor Relations
January 2023

 

Primary Responsibility: The Senior Associate of Donor Relations is an integral member of the Development Office who will research, write, coordinate, and produce a range of communications designed to steward the archdiocese most generous and committed donors.

Direct Supervisor: Associate Director of Principal Gifts

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and write a wide range of stewardship communications including acknowledgment letters, thank you cards, donor appreciation gifts, and other ad hoc correspondence, with a special focus on the Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal (CASA)
  • Prepare donor related memos and brief
  • Review, edit, and proofread copy for all print stewardship communication
  • Maintain a monthly audit tracker of leadership and major donor acknowledgement letters and mailings
  • Prepare donor tax letters for all gift types and appeal
  • Assist with the preparation of the annual CASA Impact Report and other reports to donors as needed
  • Manage the CASA Assembly of Stewards annual donor listing, recognizing donors who make major gifts of $5,000+
  • Develop a welcoming program for new donors, executing special communications and planning strategic engagement events
  • Work closely with the Executive Directors of Development to create a donor stewardship program
  • Assist in the planning and execution of CASA events and special donor relations initiatives
  • Respond to donor inquiries submitted through the website, social media, email, and phone
  • Support stewardship communication activities for fundraising staff, as needed
  • Performs other related duties and special projects as assigned

Standards of Performance:

  • Work independently with little supervision, as well as serve as a productive team member
  • Balance competing priorities, assignments, and deadlines
  • Collaborate effectively with colleagues, exhibiting diplomacy and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate the highest level of professionalism, discretion, and integrity

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum 2 years related experience
  • Must have superlative writing, editing, and proofreading skills
  • Must understand the development process, particularly in the areas of donor relations and stewardship
  • Must exhibit administrative creativity and resourcefulness regarding updating, editing, and managing documents
  • Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel and Word

 

The annual compensation range for this position is: $55K – $75K.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

eaf@filimonpartners.com

Parish Finance – Office Manager

Archdiocese of New York
Parish Finance Office
Office Manager
January 2023

 

Overview:

Provide administrative support to the Office and Director of Parish Finance.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Director of Parish Finance in managing all operations of the office
  • Prepare information for and coordinate meetings for the Director of Parish Finance, including Inter-Parish Finance Board Meetings.
  • Prepare correspondence and maintain current records (electronic/paper)
  • Coordinate appointments and calendars for the Director of Parish Finance
  • Create excel spreadsheets for various projects
  • When needed, work with the Executive Assistant to the CFO to complete all tasks including but not limited to: schedule meetings, answering phone calls, and preparing meeting materials
  • Attend various meetings corresponding to the position
  • Manage submissions of monthly timesheets, expense reports for the Office of Parish Finance and Inter-Parish Finance drawdown requests from the parishes
  • Other special projects and duties as assigned by the Director of Parish Finance

 

Standards of Performance:

  • Ensure that all operational tasks are performed in a timely, organized, and professional manner
  • Provide courteous and effective communications with all internal employees and external contacts
  • Flexible working style

 

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Two years similar work experience
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Publisher
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to take direction and work independently to manage various tasks without supervision

 

Compensation range for this position is: $50-65k.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Marcus.Ryan@archny.org

Development Office – Executive Assistant

Archdiocese of New York
Development Office
Executive Assistant to the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer
January 2023

 

Primary Responsibility: The Executive Assistant provides high-level administrative support to the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer in efforts to advance the strategic fundraising priorities of the Archdiocese of New York. The Executive Assistant plays a key role in donor and prospect management and works closely with the development team in coordinating the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer’s outreach activities.

 

Direct Supervisor: Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer

 

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare polished written correspondence and presentations at the direction of the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer
  • Maintain the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer’s appointments by planning and scheduling donor, pastor, board, and committee meetings, conferences, teleconferences, and travel
  • Ensure timely communications with donors and prospects in securing meetings for the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer
  • Manage internal and external project deadlines for the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer and provide appropriate reminders
  • Ensure the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer is equipped with all necessary materials for internal and external meetings and provide post-meeting support and follow-up
  • Prepare, organize, and circulate memos, monthly reports, yearly calendars, and other internal documents originating from the office of the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer
  • Follow up on contacts made by the Chief Advancement and Stewardship Officer to support ongoing and prospective donor relationships
  • Provide support for events and special projects, as needed

 

Education and Professional Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • 2+ years of experience in a similar role in a professional environment
  • A proven track record of navigating complex protocols and managing high-level relationships
  • Experience in development and fundraising
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and database management
  • Proven experience in calendar management and prioritization of tasks
  • Non-profit development experience preferred

 

Personal Characteristics:

  • Detail oriented ensuring all projects are completed in a timely, organized, and professional manner
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • A self-motivated team player
  • Skilled at dealing with external partners respectfully, professionally and with diplomacy and tact

 

Compensation range for this position is $60-65k, annually.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Mateja.Lucic@archny.org

Real Estate Office – Senior Associate

Archdiocese of New York
Real Estate Office
Senior Associate
Deecmber 2022

 

Overview

The Real Estate Senior Associate will support the development and implementation of real estate strategy to align archdiocesan priorities and mission while optimizing property use and value.  This includes negotiating land and building sales, lease documents, operating agreements as well as managing the needs of the existing portfolio.  This role works within a small group of dedicated real estate professionals and reports directly to the Director of Real Estate.  The team is responsible for all matters related to the ownership of over 1,500 buildings and land parcels.

Responsibilities

The role’s primary responsibility is to assist parishes and other archdiocesan entities with their real estate related needs.  The Senior Associate will work under the guidance of the Director and Associate Directors on property dispositions, structuring of leases, and asset management.  Specific activities will include the following:

  • Prepare written due diligence materials, project tracking, and narratives
  • Negotiate and structure dispositions, new leases, lease renewal agreements, assessing them to ensure competitiveness with the local market
  • Communicate with Parish leadership
  • Assessing marketing opportunities, zoning analyses, and undertaking other pre-development activities.
  • Support portfolio management by establishing and/or maintaining of portfolio-related data, including monitoring tenant compliance with leases
  • Engaging with tenants and parish leadership to resolve conflicts
  • Build and maintain detailed knowledge of real estate market values and trends
  • Establish and maintain relationships with real estate professionals knowledgeable about the leasing and sales markets in the various geographic markets in the archdiocese
  • Draft succinct, clear reports and analysis of deal opportunities, market conditions, and development potentials

Qualifications

  • 2+ years of relevant commercial real estate or similar experience.
  • Knowledge of commercial real estate practices, including general understanding of deal flows, zoning, appraisals, public process, and environmental review, survey, and title
  • Ability to independently operate and self-motivate to problem solve.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to build and maintain relationships
  • Strong project management, multitasking, and organization skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively through written materials.
  • Degree in Business, Real Estate, Law, Urban Planning or related business preferred.
  • Experience in commercial brokerage, investment sales, commercial fit out or relocation, and other relevant expertise will be useful
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite

Compensation range for this position is $110-145k, annually.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Luisa.Otero3@archny.org

Real Estate Office – Associate Director

Archdiocese of New York
Real Estate Office
Associate Director
November 2022

 

Overview

The Real Estate Associate Director will support the development and implementation of real estate strategy to align archdiocesan priorities and mission while optimizing property use and value.  This includes negotiating land and building sales, lease documents, operating agreements as well as managing the needs of the existing portfolio.  This role works within a small group of dedicated real estate professionals and reports directly to the Director of Real Estate.  The team is responsible for all matters related to the ownership of over 1,500 buildings and land parcels.

Responsibilities

The role’s primary responsibility is to assist parishes and other archdiocesan entities with their real estate related needs, including the following:

  • Collaborate with parish leadership, taking direction from the pastor, and other Church entities to define and implement a strategy to optimize the value of their properties while meeting broader parish objectives.
  • Negotiate and structure acquisitions and dispositions of property, prepare due diligence materials, and prepare written materials needed to obtain all required authorizations.
  • Negotiate and structure new leases and lease renewals, assessing them to ensure competitiveness with the local market
  • Monitor tenant compliance with leases, and engage with tenants and parish leadership to resolve conflicts
  • Build and maintain detailed knowledge of real estate market values and trends
  • Ensure project and department milestones are met and meet budget expectations
  • Establish and maintain relationships with real estate professionals knowledgeable about the leasing and sales markets in the various geographic markets in the archdiocese.
  • Support the development of strategic plans to guide the leverage real estate initiatives.
  • Draft succinct reports and analysis of deal opportunities and status for senior leadership.

Qualifications

  • 6+ years of relevant commercial real estate or similar experience.
  • Knowledge of commercial real estate practices, including general understanding of deal flows, zoning, appraisals, public process, and environmental review, survey, and title
  • Demonstrated commercial real estate transaction and negotiation experience.
  • Ability to independently operate and self-motivate to problem solve.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to build and maintain relationships
  • Strong project management, multitasking, and organization skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively through written materials.
  • Degree in Business, Real Estate, Law, Urban Planning or related business preferred.
  • Experience in commercial brokerage, investment sales, commercial fit out or relocation, and other relevant expertise will be useful
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite.

 

Compensation range for this position is $165-185k, annually.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Luisa.Otero3@archny.org

Corrigan Memorial Library – Library Technician

Archdiocese of New York
St. Joseph’s Seminary – Corrigan Memorial Library
Library Technician
November 2022

 

Type: Full Time Position

Position Concept:

Working under the supervision of the Director of the Corrigan Memorial Library, you will be responsible for various daily operations and tasks as outlined below.

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for a range of daily circulation tasks, including shelving books, checking books in/out, organizing book displays, shelf reading, issuing library cards, and managing overdue book fines.
  • Provides students with reference services to help them use our resources to locate relevant research materials for their papers.
  • Oversees all aspects of the library’s periodical collection including checking in, claiming missing issues, shifting back issues, and assisting in their evaluation.
  • In charge of the fulfillment of interlibrary loan requests from our students and other libraries via the use of our interlibrary loan service.
  • Assists in the cataloging and physical processing of new books including labeling, covering, and repairing books.
  • Responsible for the set-up, maintenance and breaking down of course reserves each semester.
  • Regular physical work such as shifting books, shelving books, and bound periodicals is requirement of the position.
  • Assists with the gathering and collating of data required for annual library reports for our accrediting bodies.
  • Responsible for the processing, mailing, and checking in of annual bindery orders.
  • Assists with in use of and maintenance of library hardware throughout the library.
  • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned by the library director.

 

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree and knowledge of the Catholic theology is preferred
  • Experience working in an academic library and knowledge of the Library of Congress Classification System is preferred
  • Experience working with an academic Integrated Library System
  • Teamwork and communication is encouraged for this position
  • Able to work independently but asks for assistance as necessary on a project
  • Experience performing copy cataloging of books is preferred
  • Ability to move boxes, shelve collection materials, and other physical activities
  • Evening hours and weekend hours will be required for this position

Compensation for this position is:
$40-45k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

cflatz@corriganlibrary.org

Deputy Director – Parish Finance

Archdiocese of New York
Office of Parish Finance
Deputy Director
September 2022

 

Overview:

Reporting to the Director of Parish Finance, this position manages and supports the activities and functions of the Office of Parish Finance. This role supports the director in the day-to-day tasks and objectives of the office through financial analysis, research and the interaction with the Associate Directors of Parish Finance working in the field.  This is a self-starter position requiring candidates to manage projects and their time.

 

Responsibilities and Duties 

  • To research and compile historical and financial information in a thoughtful and concise way, presenting findings in writing, which assists Senior Management in their understanding of an issue and that will assist them in their decision-making process.
  • Assist the director of parish finance in special projects, e.g., review of policy manuals.
  • Have a strong understanding of Excel that allows the assembly and analysis of data from separate sources and systems, parish financial data warehouse, Deposit and Loan System, Consolidated Billing System etc. to present the information in a usable way.
  • Have an ability to understand and interpret requests for financial analysis.
  • Understand the financial aspects of the archdiocesan programs that support the parishes, such as the consolidated billing system and PAC loans.
  • Understand the fundraising programs, Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal, Renew & Rebuild Capital Campaign, Increased Offertory Campaigns and how the funds raised impact the financial statements of the parishes.
  • Work with various departments to ensure the parishes and school’s get the support needed.
  • Work with the Capital Projects team, reviewing parish requests for authorization to proceed with a capital project as well as providing analysis of the monetary impact related to the cost of financing of a capital project on a parish’s finances
  • Research and understand the history of financial activities and transactions of parishes such as property sales, leases, receipt of bequests etc. which would enhance the overall analysis of the parish.  Document the results of current parish transactions and interactions that will allow the use of this information in the future.
  • Assist the director in the management, and provide support, of parish loan repayment plans, payment of outstanding consolidated bills.
  • Assist the Vicar General and Chief Financial Officer for special projects.

 

Qualifications:

  • Must be an initiative-taker and possess leadership qualities. Possess the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrate strong oral and writing skills.
  • Strong people skills.
  • Background in loan credit review and lending.
  • Strong proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in business/accounting or equivalent work experience.

Compensation for this position is:
$150-170k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Marcus.Ryan@archny.org

Development Office – Administrative Associate

ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK
Development Office
Administrative Associate of Strategic Initiatives, Executive Office
September 2022

Primary Responsibility: Co-reporting to the Executive Director of Leadership Gifts and Strategic Partnerships, and the Executive Director of Parish Development, the Administrative Associate provides high-level administrative support to the Executive Directors in their efforts to advance the strategic fundraising priorities of the Archdiocese of New York. This person plays a key role in donor and prospect management and works closely with all aspects of the Development team in coordinating the Executive Directors’ outreach activities.

Direct Supervisor: Executive Director, Leadership Gifts and Strategic Partnerships, and Executive Director of Parish Development

Essential Position Responsibilities:

  1. Prepare polished written correspondence, mailings, and presentations at the direction of the Executive Director
  2. Maintain the Executive Director’s appointments by planning and scheduling donor, pastor, board, and committee meetings, conferences, and travel
  3. Assist with portfolio management to keep records and reports of outreach strategy, dates of correspondence, funding interests, and donations
  4. Assist in scheduling leadership donor and prospect meetings, prepare briefings and materials, and provide logistical support as directed in coordination with the Director of Donor and Prospect Management
  5. Prepare, organize, and circulate memos, monthly reports, yearly calendars, and other internal documents originating from the office of the Executive Directors’. Provide logistical support for virtual and in-person events, special projects and administrative tasks of the Executive Director and the Director of Donor and Prospect Management, as needed
  6. Ensure the Executive Directors’ are equipped with all necessary materials and documents for internal and external meetings and provide post-meeting support and written minutes and follow-up
  7. Follow up on contacts made by the Executive Directors’ to support ongoing and prospective donor relationships

Standards of Performance:

  • Responsible for securing weekly meetings for the Executive Director
  • Leverage the Executive Directors’ time by scheduling strategically and by off-loading key administrative tasks
  • Detail-oriented
  • Communicates effectively with donors

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)
  • 2+ years of experience in a similar role in a professional environment
  • A proven track record of navigating complex protocols and managing high-level relationships
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • A polished communicator through various mediums: letters, e-mail, phone, and in-person
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Proactive, resourceful, and adaptable
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • A self-motivated team player
  • Skilled at dealing with external partners respectfully, professionally and with diplomacy and tact
  • Experience in development and fundraising
  • Non-profit development experience preferred
  • A passion for the Catholic Church and a deep understanding of Catholic culture

Compensation for this position is:
$55-65k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

eaf@filimonpartners.com

Youth Faith Formation – Region 2 Specialist (Manhattan)

Archdiocese of New York
Youth Faith Formation
Region Two Faith Formation Specialist (includes parts of Manhattan)
September 2022

 

Reports To: Executive Director       

Office: 1011 First Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

About the Department:

The mission of the department is building the Kingdom of God by supporting, training, and resourcing the parishes of the Archdiocese of New York in their ministry to evangelize and form young people and their families from birth to twelfth grade. Made up of a team of ministry experts and consultants that work collaboratively, the department marries the richness of Catholic Church with understanding of the needs of today’s young people and families to foster disciples of Jesus in the community of the Catholic faith.

 

Essential Position Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with parish leadership to identify, grow, and support parish ministry to and with young people and their families from birth to twelfth grade. His/her region includes the parish communities in Region Two
  • Serve as liaison between the 20-30 local communities within Region Two and the rest of the team in the Department of Youth Formation
  • Work closely with the directors of children’s faith formation and youth ministry to drive youth formation across the Archdiocese of New York
  • Work with all archdiocesan ministries to further the archdiocesan mission to live, proclaim, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ specifically working closely and collaboratively offices of Adult Faith Formation, Catholic Schools, Ethnic Apostolates, Family Life, Liturgy, Respect Life, and Young Adult Outreach
  • Work in collaboration with the staff of the department of youth faith formation to promote and support comprehensive ministry with young people and their families from birth to twelfth grade
  • Consult with parish leadership to develop comprehensive strategic plans for ministry with young people and families from birth to twelfth grade
  • Accompany, guide, and support parishes as they engage in new youth faith formation efforts and related training
  • Engage with pastors and parish leadership to evaluate current youth faith formation efforts and consult on methods to improve or expand on those efforts
  • Work collaboratively with the director of children’s faith formation and the director of youth ministry to evaluate, identify, foster, and support effective parish youth faith formation initiatives in their region
  • Organize regular gatherings of youth faith formation leaders in the region
  • Engage in regular communication with pastors and directors of parish faith formation in the region both in person and virtually
  • In collaboration with the director of ministry formation, organize and periodically facilitate regular regional in-person formation opportunities
  • Facilitate multi-parish collaborative events and programs
  • Share expertise to support the work of other regional specialists
  • Take a lead role in the implementation of a departmental/regional event or project
  • Problem-solve with pastor, parish leadership and appropriate department director to develop appropriate responses to issues, crises, or new needs of the communities related to youth faith formation
  • Identify, convene, and oversee gatherings to meet specific regional needs
  • Maintain updated records of parish leadership and program notes
  • Liaise with the Safe Environment Office to assist parish compliance
  • Remain up to date on the latest guidance regarding catechesis and ministry from the Vatican and the USCCB and archdiocesan safe environment policies
  • In collaboration with other members of the departmental staff, evaluate and update archdiocesan faith formation policies and procedures
  • Participate in the planning and implementation of departmental gatherings and events
  • Provide content for departmental newsletter
  • Collaborate with the department’s social media efforts by creating regular content
  • Submit periodic project/progress reports to the Executive Director
  • Attend departmental team and working-group meetings
  • Complete other duties, as needed

 

Required Education, Experience and Skills

  • Master’s Degree with a concentration in theology, youth ministry, religious education/catechetic, pastoral ministry, or education (equivalent experience will be considered)
  • Five years of experience as a director of religious education/youth ministry or equivalent
  • Expertise in at least one of these areas: early childhood ministry, family ministry and catechesis, children’s faith formation/religious education, middle school ministry, high school youth ministry, retreat ministry, pastoral juvenil hispana, special education, ministry with marginalized populations, or art/music/video production
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish
  • Actively growing in one’s faith and able to be a witness of Christ through a life of authenticity and integrity as a Roman Catholic in good standing
  • Dedication to continually growing expertise on trends, methods, teachings, and research in children’s faith formation, youth ministry, and family ministry
  • Strong knowledge of the foundational and catechetical documents of the universal and United States Catholic Church, such as Catechism of the Catholic Church, Constitutions of the Second Vatican Council, Directory for Catechesis, Co-workers in the Vineyard of the Lord, Renewing the Vision, etc.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, time-management, and communication skills
  • Interculturally competent with a strong sensitivity and awareness of the multicultural reality of the archdiocese
  • Enjoys being an active member of a team in a joyful work environment
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others as well as be self-motivated individual contributor
  • Able to work flexible schedule that may include nights and weekends, as needed
  • A valid driver’s license and ability to travel throughout the archdiocese required
  • Proficient in MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and online navigation and research
  • Facility with a variety of technological tools used for learning and formation (e.g., digital projectors, laptops, tablets, smart phones, etc.)
  • Familiarity with online team collaborative programs such as Slack, Sharepoint, Dropbox, etc. a plus

Compensation for this position is:
$65-70k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Ela.Milewska@archny.org

Metropolitan Tribunal – Administrative Assistant

Archdiocese of New York
Metropolitan Tribunal
Administrative Assistant
August 2022

 

The Tribunal Administrative Assistant works closely with the Tribunal Advocates to ensure the efficient preparation of all petitions for declarations of nullity submitted to the Tribunal.  A candidate for this position must be able to work harmoniously with others and assume additional responsibilities as needed.  The candidate must also be able to work calmly and quickly under the pressure of deadlines.  The Office Administrative Assistant reports to the Moderator of the Tribunal Chancery.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assist the Tribunal Advocates in all aspects of preparing petitions for acceptance
  • Track down missing baptismal and marriage certificates, PMI’s, and other required documents
  • Search for Spanish and other foreign documents needed to complete petitions
  • Contact churches outside of the US for missing documents
  • Research addresses and statistics not included with applications
  • Assist the Moderator of the Tribunal Chancery with Tribunal Administrative needs.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Knowledge of, and firm commitment to, the teachings of the Church in regards to marriage.
  • A firm commitment to the administration of justice with charity in the Church
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Knowledge of, or willingness to learn, the canon law that is relevant to the work of the Tribunal
  • Knowledge of Microsoft with strong Word and Excel skills
  • Excellent analytical skills, verbal and written communication skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • A courteous manner and sensitivity to the needs of those who approach the Tribunal
  • Flexibility and willingness to assist others in the office
  • Fluency in English and Spanish

Compensation for this position is:
$22-25/hr

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

JaneAnn.Sargia@archny.org

Director of Accounting – Fundraising & Ancillary Entities – Finance Office

Archdiocese of New York 
Finance Office
Director of Accounting – Fundraising and Ancillary Entities  
August 2022

 

ENVIRONMENT

The Archdiocese of New York provides services, grants and subsidies to support certain parishes and schools within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.  There are several entities within the Archdiocese of New York which are primarily focused on fundraising, including the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation (AES), as well as other ancillary entities, including the Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center (Sheen Center) and the New York Catholic Foundation (NYCF).

 

PURPOSE

This position assists the Chief Accounting Officer (CAO) of the Archdiocese of New York in the management, planning, and coordination of the financial operations and functions of the entities, as noted above.  The Director of Accounting needs to insure the collection, preparation and distribution of financial information to authorized personnel, monitor the activities of the functional areas under the responsibility of the CAO as directed and provide back-up managerial support as needed.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work closely with the CAO to produce timely and accurate reporting of financial books, utilizing all available methods for processing financial activity in the Lawson Financial System, as well as other financial applications.
  • Provide oversight over month-end close process ensuring that journal entries are properly and timely posted to the general ledger and that transactions are recorded in accordance with GAAP.
  • Provide oversight and direction to accountants responsible for monthly reconciliations and analyses.
  • Responsible for the review of monthly financial management reports for the entities and prepare periodic budget variance analysis and financial forecasts to be used by the entity constituents.
  • Prepare board packages and financial information for presentation at board meetings.
  • Work closely with the CAO and entity accountants to adopt new accounting pronouncements, as applicable.
  • Main liaison with the external auditors for the entities (as noted above) annual audits. Responsible for management and preparation of these entity financial statements and related footnote disclosures.
  • Prepare monthly financial reporting and analysis of the New York State Catholic Health Plan and related annual filings (i.e. audit and 990).
  • Ensure the collection, preparation and distribution of financial information to authorized personnel.
  • Collaborate with members of the Archdiocesan Finance team in the development and reporting of relevant financial and operational information and ad hoc projects as requested by management.
  • Provide assistance in the designing and implementation of financial policies, procedures and controls.
  • Complete special projects, as assigned by the CAO and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
  • Provide financial support and guidance to the various fundraising and ancillary entities.

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS in Accounting, a minimum of 4+ years experience in public accounting, and 5+ years accounting experience in a not-for-profit institution. CPA mandatory.
  • Proven communications skills, both orally and in preparing written financial reports.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word, experience with Lawson Financial System a plus.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and results-oriented environment.
  • Ability to multi-task, be detail and deadline oriented and highly organized.
  • Quick learner, creative, self-starter with good judgment and high energy.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.

Compensation for this position is:
$140-160k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Steven.Price@archny.org

Data Systems Center – Level 1 Support Technician

Archdiocese of New York
Data Systems Center
Level I Support Technician
July 2022


Job Purpose:

The Level I Technician will be responsible for Tier-1 response to user requests for PC assistance via phone support and ticketing system. End user support will be on a Windows based network within the office and various departments of the Archdiocese of New York, and over 50 remote offices. The Level I Technician relies on experience and judgment as well as pre-established procedures to identify, research, and resolve technical issues presented through level I and II Help Desk incidents.

 

Direct Supervisor: The Associate Director of Data Systems Center

Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot Microsoft Windows desktop and notebook PCs
  • Maintain excellent communication with all end users and other members of the technology department
  • Install and configure software
  • Provide support for iOS, Android, and Windows smart phone and tablet devices
  • Respond to support requests from customers, and document issue resolutions in the help desk ticketing system
  • Execute other assigned tasks as delegated by the Associate Director
  • Provide VPN and DUO Mobile Support for remote users
  • Perform password resets/unlock
  • Walk customers through steps to achieve resolution
  • Perform other duties, as assigned

Essential Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to clearly communicate technical concepts to non-technical people
  • Ability to recognize, analyze, and effectively solve problems in a timely and organized manner
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to always maintain courteousness towards others
  • Must be focused, motivated, flexible, and patient

Education/Experience:

  • Associate’s degree in computer information systems, computer science, or related field
  • 1-2 years of experience in setup, configuration, troubleshooting of desktop/notebook hardware and software
  • Familiar with Microsoft Products including Office, Access, and Project
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office 365 and Teams
  • Knowledge of TCP/IP networking
  • Knowledge of Active Directory concepts and administration
  • Familiar with multi-factor authentication (mfa)

Compensation for this position is:
$22-25/hr

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Samuel.Lazare@archny.org

Good News Project – Content Producer

Archdiocese of New York
Good News Project
Content Producer
June 2022

 

Overview

The Archdiocese of New York is building a new internal digital newsroom with a high volume of engaging video content that will be published through digital channels. We seek a Content Producer to develop video news clips and segments for this initiative. Reporting to our Lead Content Producer, the incumbent will partner with newsroom, social media, and marketing colleagues to develop and oversee video stories. The incumbent should be experienced in video production, editing, and publishing. S/he will work as a reporter with experience in news/video production and/or digital content strategy. The position is office based, and the person hired for the role will have the opportunity to travel throughout our geographic area to report on events and initiatives.

 

Essential Job Duties

  • Support Lead Content Producer in developing and overseeing video stories on a daily and weekly basis
  • Develop story ideas through research, understanding of organizational goals, and direction from leadership. He/she will contribute to unique angles on the stories
  • Capture video footage by leading interviews and performing filming/shooting. Edit videos and coordinate publishing of final videos
  • Create a variety of styles of videos and ensure high quality video production
  • When needed write a variety of copy (website, email, social media, talking points, etc.)
  • Partner with colleagues for optimal distribution across digital channels
  • Collaborate with marketing colleagues to ensure growth in viewers and engagement
  • Embrace and adhere to the branding for the new initiative
  • Be a team player and open to feedback

 

Required Education, Experience, and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree in journalism, mass communications, or related field
  • 3-5 years of experience in a television, film, or broadcast news environment. Prefer experience as a news producer or in production
  • Experience producing YouTube/Vimeo videos, capturing video and using editing software (Final Cut Pro X, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, and Illustrator)
  • Experience with digital content development and distribution, websites and content management systems
  • Experience with interviewing and fact checking for news stories
  • Spanish language a plus
  • Able to set goals, communicate with diverse audiences, and meet deadlines in a large organization
  • Valid driver’s license and must be able to travel to all regions within the Archdiocese of New York

Compensation for this position is:
$65-75k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Rachel.Sheehan@archny.org

Special Events Office – Special Projects and Events Associate

Archdiocese of New York
Chancery Office
Special Projects and Events Associate
June 2022

 

Direct Supervisor: Director of Special Projects and Events

Essential Position Responsibilities/Duties

  • Produce and execute events for the office of the Cardinal and the Archdiocesan pastoral departments
  • Identify third party vendors and make informed recommendations to departmental senior management; establish vendor relationships and liaise as necessary to ensure successful event outcomes
  • Initiate and lead the contract review and approval process between vendors, risk management and the legal departments
  • Develop and maintain event budgets
  • Attend and manage events and guests on-site at the Cardinal’s residence and/or Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Create pre and post event materials (including: mailings, timelines, run of show, event specification sheets, RSVP lists and calendars)
  • Lead seasonal bulk mailing process (including: database management, pre and post mailing protocols and supervise interns to ensure that mailing timelines are met)
  • Create written correspondence and presentations (including: agendas, meeting minutes, memorandums and briefing documents)
  • Attend and provide event support, as assigned
  • Manage the administrative support for pre-events and event closeouts, and provide general office support, as requested
  • Complete administrative and event related miscellaneous projects, as assigned

 

Required Education, Experience and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum of two to three years of special events experience or in Development for a not-for-profit preferred
  • Strong computer skills including advanced knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft Office
  • Proven effectiveness in communicating (verbally and in writing) with internal and external stakeholders about event processes and procedures
  • Familiarity with event management protocols and etiquette standards
  • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends
  • Ability to travel to events when necessary; driver’s license preferred
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Ability to lift event materials up to 50 pounds

Compensation for this position is:
$55-60k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

adnyspecialeventshr@archny.org

Office of Legal Affairs – Senior Counsel for Catholic Charities

Archdiocese of New York
Legal Affairs
Senior Counsel
October 2021

 

DESCRIPTION: Not-for Profit Corporate Attorney to provide a wide range of legal services to the agencies and programs of The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, and also, as needed, to the Archdiocese of New York

Department: Office of Legal Affairs, Archdiocese of New York

The Office of Legal Affairs, which provides legal services to the Archdiocese of New York and other Catholic entities seeks an experienced attorney with at least five years of experience in not-for-profit, employment, compliance, corporate governance, insurance, litigation, trusts & estates and contract law to support The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York.

The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York assists the poor and vulnerable through a federation of human service agencies and thorough both private and government funded programs in ten counties of the New York metropolitan area: Ulster, Sullivan, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Westchester, the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island.

Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the General Counsel, the Senior Counsel is the principal in-house lawyer for Catholic Charities and will have regular interaction with Catholic Charities’ CEO, COO and other senior staff managers and administered programs and affiliated agencies and will be responsible for providing general not-for-profit corporate counseling, including:

  • Not-for-profit corporate governance matters including assisting with the preparation of the board of director meetings, drafting corporate resolutions, maintaining corporate minute books, attending Catholic Charities’ board, committee and management meetings as requested;
  • Human resources and employment related matters;
  • Reviewing and drafting contracts, subcontracts and MOU’s, including government social services agreements, employment and consultant agreements, purchasing agreements, investment management agreements and debt financing agreements (secured and unsecured loans, letters of credit, lines of credit);
  • Real estate and finance matters;
  • Trusts and Estates;
  • Litigation and discovery; and
  • Provide general regulatory counsel in connection with Federal, state and local government funded programs, including programs for youth, immigrants and the homeless and programs for affordable housing.

 

Education and Experience

Juris doctorate from an accredited law school, admission to the New York Bar and a minimum of 7 years related experience.

 

Personal Characteristics

This attorney must have strong analytical, organizational, written and oral communications skills, strong interpersonal skills and judgment and a demonstrated capability for working cooperatively in a team environment.

 

Compensation for this position is:
$150-180k, annually

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Anthony.LoBello@archny.org

Office of Legal Affairs – Associate Counsel

Archdiocese of New York
Legal Affairs
Associate Counsel
July 2021

 

DESCRIPTION: Generalist Attorney with Litigation Experience to provide a wide range of legal services to the Archdiocese of New York

Department:      Office of Legal Affairs, Archdiocese of New York

The Office of Legal Affairs, which provides legal services to the Archdiocese of New York and its affiliated entities, seeks an experienced attorney with at least five years of legal experience who is a generalist with litigation experience, preferably with a working knowledge of New York not-for-profit law, to join our team to provide services to the Archdiocese of New York and its affiliate entities, including providing legal services relating litigation, education law, human resources and employment matters, and not-for-profit law.

Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the General Counsel, the Associate Counsel will provide legal services to the Archdiocese, and its affiliated agencies as required, and will be responsible for providing legal advice and guidance on a myriad of matters, including:

  • Litigation, including discovery;
  • Reviewing and drafting contracts;
  • Human resources and employment related matters;
  • Provide general counsel in connection with state and federal education law;
  • Not-for-profit corporate governance matters including assisting with the preparation of the board of director meetings, drafting corporate resolutions and maintaining corporate minute books;
  • Real estate and finance matters; and
  • Trusts and Estates.

Education and Experience

Juris doctorate from an accredited law school, admission to the New York Bar and a minimum of 5 years related experience.

 

Personal Characteristics

This attorney must have strong analytical, organizational, written and oral communications skills, strong interpersonal skills and judgment and a demonstrated capability for working cooperatively in a team environment.

Compensation for this position is:
$120-150k, annually

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Anthony.LoBello@archny.org

Sheen Center For Thought & Culture – On-Call Usher

Archdiocese of New York
Sheen Center For Thought & Culture
On-Call Usher
July 2021

Purpose of the Position:

This person is intended to provide part-time, as-needed/on-call support to Sheen Center operations on a per event basis. Usher staff in particular has a key role in shaping the customer experience for guests of the space.

Reports To: Interim Executive Director      

Specific Duties:

  • Provide support to the House Manager during performances and other events.
  • Facilitating entry into the theater(s), including contactless check-in
  • Assisting patrons in navigation of the space, i.e. directing patrons to their assigned seats, directing flow of patron traffic, and answering general patron questions.
  • Help ensure patrons and clients enter and exit the building in a safe manner.
  • Help maintain safe public gathering practices at the Sheen Center in accordance with all SC COVID-19 safety protocols, such as conducting temperature checks upon entry; health form screenings, enforcing social distancing throughout spaces and wearing of proper facial coverings by patrons; making sure exits are clear of obstructions, egress paths are observed, and help disperse any congregation of guests in the building and/or on the sidewalks.
  • Assist patrons with mobility issues.
  • Sanitize SC equipment, where appropriate, after usage in compliance with SC COVID-19 protocols
  • Other FOH-related tasks, as needed

Experience:

Equivalent work experience in performing arts venues and/or a background in customer service are preferred. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to be a team player.

Compensation for this position is:
$16.50 per hour

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
DavidDiCerto@sheencenter.org

Sheen Center For Thought & Culture – On-Call Front Desk Receptionist

Archdiocese of New York
Sheen Center For Thought & Culture
On-Call Front Desk Reception
July 2021

 

Purpose of the Position:
This person is intended to provide part-time, as-needed/on-call support to Sheen Center operations.

Reports To: Interim Executive Director        

Responsibilities:

 

Reception duties:

  • Greets visitors and manages sign in
  • Maintains/enforces all COVID-19 safety protocols for anyone entering building while in SC spaces (including, but not limited to, administering temperature checks and health screening forms)
  • Serves as authorized SC point person during rentals of SC spaces, interfacing with rental clients and providing general “day of” supervision, as needed
  • Greets overnight guests and explains Sheen Center’s key card requirements
  • Answers calls and routes calls to appropriate departments and/or personnel
  • Takes phone messages, returns calls left on voice mail
  • Signs for incoming packages and notifies staff upon receipt of deliveries, and other mail duties, as needed
  • Creates temporary signage
  • Responds to emails specific to Front Desk and general inquiries

Administrative/Operational Duties:

  • Responsible for opening and closing all of Sheen Centers’ spaces. i.e. theaters, studios, offices, entrances
  • Allowing access to and safeguarding the Gallery
  • Other front desk-related duties/responsibilities as assigned

Education/Experience Requirements/Certifications

  • BA/BS Degree Preferred
  • Reception/Front Line position experience
  • Non-profit experience
  • Working in a Performing Arts venue, but not necessary
  • Fire Guard Certification
  • CPR Certification
  • Strong customer service skills

Qualifications:

  • Proficient with MS Office applications (Word, Excel, etc.) and Mac computers
  • Proficient with EventPro, Ovationtix
  • Excellent interpersonal and phone skills
  • Strong verbal and written skills
  • Positive professional attitude and appearance
  • Demonstrates commitment to serving clients
  • Self-motivated, takes initiative, learns quickly and ability to adapt to environment
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities
  • Supports the mission of The Sheen Center

Compensation for this position is:
$16.50 per hour

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
DavidDiCerto@sheencenter.org

Parish & Other Archdiocese Positions

Catholic Near East Welfare Association – Director of Development

Catholic Near East Welfare Association 

Director of Development

January 2023

 

Overview

Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA) is all about transforming compassion into action and providing hope to those in need through our humanitarian and pastoral initiatives. Across the Middle East, Northeast Africa, India and Eastern Europe, CNEWA is hard at work in places where war and poverty shatter innocent lives. Long after others have left, we are there providing consistency and hope to the Catholic Eastern churches and the communities they serve, regardless of faith. We are privileged and humbled to part of this special mission. CNEWA is a papal agency founded in 1926. It seeks to fulfill a Gospel mandate with an ecclesial mission of service to those who are most in need and searching for hope!

CNEWA is currently seeking a driven, highly motivated, and dedicated Director of Development, responsible for overall strategic planning and direction of fund-raising and promotional activities, which provide the necessary resources to accomplish CNEWA’s mission and programs.

Principal responsibilities of the Director of Development include but are not exclusive to:

  • Works with the President and executive committee in the coordination and planning of fund-raising initiatives and activities.
  • Works with the executive team to establish achievable specific goals and effective timetables.
  • Must develop and grow major donor portfolios with high giving capacity.
  • Manages development department effectively by setting clear expectations and goals, engaging in consistent and regular communication with team members.
  • Directs the planning, solicitation, and support activities of the development department; establishes short and long-range goals for fundraising activities; assigns the cultivation and support of major donors to development team members.
  • Assures the establishment, nurturing and development of effective relationships with select major donors, makes personal visits to and initiates communications with select major donors as appropriate.
  • Works with the President in the coordination of domestic and international travel for the purpose of the cultivation of new partnerships, networks, and fundraising opportunities.
  • Develops and monitors the development department budget; ensures that fundraising activities are implemented in accordance with approved budgets and plans in coordination with annual budget of the agency.

Key Qualification:

  • At least 5 year’s hands on experience leading and managing dynamic fund-raising team that includes individual giving, foundation support, direct mail, digital marketing, special events, and planned giving.
  • Minimum 10 years overall non-profit fund-raising experience at various levels demonstrating career growth. International experience is highly preferred.
  • Proven track record with a significant, established portfolio in expanding existing donor base; with a key focus in harnessing own 6-figure individual gifts.
  • Ability to measure and assess fund-raising initiatives with metrics and performance goals.
  • Excellent writing, editing, and presentation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to contribute as a key strategic executive team member.
  • Required to travel primarily at the domestic level, meeting with key stake holders and high-tier donors.
  • Must possess an inclusive world view, knowledge of Catholic culture and the Eastern Catholic Churches, and an overall understanding of the religious, social, cultural, and political environments of the countries and people served by CNEWA.
  • Passion for CNEWA’s international mission and ability to effectively serve as an ambassador for the agency.
  • Web and social media savvy.
  • Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Strong preference for multilingual facility, especially Spanish and French.

Compensation range for this position is: $125-150k.

If you share these interests and a passion for advancing CNEWA’s humanitarian and pastoral programs, please forward your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to HR@CNEWA.org. Please indicate the position for which you are applying in the subject line.

CNEWA is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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Administrative Assistant – Immaculate Conception Church, Irvington NY

Administrative Assistant Needed for Immaculate Conception Church, Irvington, NY

 

We are in immediate need of a full-time, Monday-Friday, Administrative Assistant to run the daily operations of our parish.  Applicant must have a mastery of MS Word and Excel, Publisher and a willingness to learn the proprietary programs for weekly collection accounting and Flocknote; be welcoming and have a joyful attitude as we continue to develop a deepening relationship between our parishioners and clergy; and have a willingness to work with parishioners and staff in a helpful and humble manner.

Duties include:

-The answering of phones and door

-Coordinating parish schedules and events

-Maintaining supplies

-Preparing the weekly bulletin for print

-Acting as an intermediary on behalf of our parish and the JCOS School

-Requisition and maintain the ordering of supplies as needed

 

If you are interested in applying for the position, please contact:

Fr. Ashman at 914-591-7480 or send your resume to fathera2013@outlook.com

Director of Religious Education – St. Augustine Church – Larchmont, NY

Director of Religious Education

Parish of St. Augustine in Larchmont, NY (Westchester County)

 

About:

  • The Parish of St. Augustine is seeking a faithful, courageous, and joyful Catholic who is passionate about passing on the authentic teaching of Jesus Christ and His Church.
  • Working together with the Pastor and the Administrator, the DRE will collaborate with a number of full and part-time employees and more than 50 volunteer catechists and assistants to pass on the Catholic faith to about 500 children in grades 1-9 each year with a special emphasis on preparation for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Holy Communion, and Confirmation.
  • The DRE is responsible for recruiting, forming, and evaluating catechists.
  • The DRE is responsible for the promotion of the Religious Education Program in the parish and in the broader community.
  • In addition to organizing weekly classes (from September to June), the DRE is expected to involve families in the religious education of their children, which includes organizing multiple sessions of family catechesis throughout the year. The DRE must help to guide families toward full integration into the life of the parish.
  • Most importantly, the DRE is called to assist the Pastor and Administrator in drawing families into a deeper union with the Holy Trinity and to help them grow in the theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity.
  • The DRE must be a shining example of the freedom and joy that come from living and breathing the Catholic faith.

 

Education, Experience & Skills:

  • Master’s Degree (preferred) in religious studies, religious education, theology or a related field from an institution recognized by the Archdiocese of New York.
  • DRE Certification
  • Desire and ability to articulate the authentic teaching of Jesus Christ and His Church to both children and adults alike.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others.
  • Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with co-workers, families, and children.
  • Ability to guide and form effective catechists.
  • Excellent organization and technology skills.
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
  • Motivated, self-starter with ability to multi-task.

 

To inquire:

Editor of the Catholic Virgianian – Diocese of Richmond

The Diocese of Richmond seeks a highly qualified editor to oversee the strategy, direction and operations of The Catholic Virginian, a biweekly publication, with specific attention to its editorial content and daily updating of its website.

The editor will be responsible for conveying and supporting the teachings, policies and positions of the Catholic Church, the U.S. bishops and the diocesan bishop to readers of the publication.

The editor will also be responsible for managing freelance writers and article assignments, managing the Catholic Virginian budget and supervising the paper’s production costs. This position will collaborate regularly with the director of communications, the bishop/publisher, the Virginia Catholic Conference and other diocesan entities and ministries. The editor must have a proven track of story telling as the position will also write news and feature articles for publication and maintain content for the Catholic Virginian website and other digital platforms.

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, mass communications or related field is required, with seven years’ experience in diocesan press and/or other Catholic media preferred. However, we will consider experience in other print or communications media. Must have supervisory experience managing the business and production side of publications.

The ideal candidate should have working knowledge of all phases of the newspaper operation: writing, editing, budgeting, photography, designing and production, as well as advertising and circulation. Must have ability to analyze, interpret, multi-task, delegate assignments and use sound judgment regarding news, issues and events. Strong interpersonal skills, collaboration skills and teamwork are required.  Impeccable written and verbal communication skills a must.

The editor must be able to establish and maintain working relationships with parishes, schools, diocesan leadership and other diocesan agencies and organizations. Proficiency with various PC software, including Adobe suite, website and social media required. A practicing Catholic in good standing, along with strong working knowledge of the structure and teachings of the Catholic Church is required.

Applications are being reviewed immediately.  If interested  APPLY 

Director of Parish Religious Education – Sacred Heart/Our Lady of Pompeii

Director of Parish Religious Education

Sacred Heart/Our Lady of Pompeii, Dobbs Ferry, NY

 

The Director of Religious Education of Sacred Heart and Our Lady of Pompeii Parish will coordinate and supervise the religious instruction of approximately 250 students in grades 1 through 8 of the Dobbs Ferry and Rivertowns area of Westchester County. Responsibilities will include preparation for first Sacraments, planning of Family Masses and Children’s services, managing registration, billing and class schedules, coordination with Archdiocesan curriculum and Safe Environment protocol.  The DRE should be a self-starter, natural leader, enthusiastic, and creative and willing to “think outside the box”.

 

Please forward resume to info@sh-olp.com.

Part-Time Office Administrator – St. Ann’s Parish

Job Description: Part-Time Office Administrator

Program Name: St. Ann’s Peas & Karrots

Job Description:

  • Overseeing staff in the after-school program.
  • Inventory and order all office supplies, first aid supplies and snacks.
  • Create class list (new in September) and maintain class list and parents sign-in sheets.
  • Create emergency class list and keep updated.
  • Record staff training hours, answer phone calls and take any messages.
  • Dismiss children to their parents.
  • Create weekly invoices.
  • Produce correspondence at request of supervisory staff.
  • Check children’s files every six months for updated medical statements and any missing documents.
  • Supervise after-school buses arrival.

Address:        16 Elizabeth St.

Ossining, NY 10562

Email Resume: peasandkarrots19@gmail.com

Phone: (914) 941-0312

 

Preschool Head Teacher – St. Ann’s Parish

Job Description: Preschool Head Teacher

Program Name: St. Ann’s Peas and Karrots

Job Description: St. Ann’s Peas and Karrots is seeking teachers to care for preschoolers. The right candidates are dynamic individuals who are passionate about working with young children in a fun, team-oriented and professional work environment.

This position requires: Developing plans for lessons, activities and constructive playtime that contributes to social and emotional development and providing direct communication with parents.

Requirements: Associate degree or CDA in Early Childhood, Child Development, or related field and at least two years childhood experience is a must.

Parish: St. Ann’s Parish

25 Eastern Avenue

Ossining, NY 10562

Address:16 Elizabeth St.

Ossining, NY 10562

Email Resume: peasandkarrots19@gmail.com

Phone: (914) 941-0312

Part Time Sacristan- Bilingual(English/Spanish)

Holy Name of Jesus-St Gregory the Great Parish- RCC

Part Time Sacristan- Bilingual

Job Summary

Our Parish, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is looking for a part time Sacristan. The Sacristan role is highly visible and is responsible for providing a wide range of general support in a professional manner; overseeing day-to-day operations and procedures such as welcoming presence, preparation for liturgical services and building operations for an orderly and clean environment.  This position reports to The Director of Parish Operations and will work initially on Saturdays. Confidentiality, excellent organizational skills and accuracy are key, along with good customer relations and the ability to communicate clearly. The ideal candidate for this position is outgoing, a skilled multi-tasker, accurate and reliable.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Provide a welcoming presence in and around the church, being especially attentive to the safety and security needs of those who come to worship and pray.
  • Manage the total operation of the vesting and work sacristies and supervise those who volunteer there:
    • Prepare and set up for all liturgical services celebrated in the church on weekends and for those on weekdays during the hours when on duty.
    • Identify ushers and gift-bearers at weekend liturgies and support the Eucharistic ministers, lectors, and servers, as needed.
    • Assist in securing all weekend collections of the church and provide security for those who weekly attend to the emptying of the poor boxes and candle stands.
    • Attend to the regular laundering and repair of liturgical vestments, altar cloths, corporals and other sacristy linen; along with the care and cleaning of all sacred vessels and objects, including the Baptismal Font.
    • Maintain the inventory of altar breads, wine, candles, charcoal, incense and all other items used regularly in the celebration of the liturgy.
  • Maintain the cleanliness and orderliness of the main body of the church, the vesting and work sacristies and assist in attending to the upkeep of the grounds surrounding the church:
    • Maintain and clean as necessary, the vestibule of the church, paying particular attention to the orderliness of the materials displayed there and to the cleanliness of windows in the doors leading into the church.
    • Discard dead flower arrangements from the church and dispose daily of all garbage collected in the church and at its entrances.
    • Sweep daily the main steps and the ramped, side entrance of the church. Several times a day, discard any liter that accumulates on the front lawn.
    • Attend to the care and cleaning of the choir loft and staircase, as well as the church restroom.
  • Assist in the seasonal decorating of the church along with the team of volunteers.
  • Arrange for the necessary storage and on-going inventory of all items used to enhance the environment of the church—burners, candles, holy days decorations, etc.
  • Distribute to their proper destination any packages or parcels left in the church or the parish office for the Food Pantry and/or the Thrift Store.
  • Maintain a regularly scheduled walk-through of the church (outside the time of liturgy) and appropriately respond to any safety and security issues that may arise in the church or on its property. Contact outside authorities for the resolution of conflict as necessary.
  • Keep the Director of Parish Operations and the Pastor informed of all safety and security issues as appropriate and prepare all appropriate incident reports as well as complete required work request forms for all maintenance and repair needs.
  • Respond to any other parish related duties as necessary and as requested by the Pastor or his designee.
  • At the end of the day, and after a thorough inspection, turn out all interior lights and lock and secure all entrances to the church.
  • Must be available to work on weekends and flexible hours as need arises (e.g., Holy Week, Christmas, etc.)

Qualifications and Skills

  • Self-motivated and bilingual (English/Spanish) with basic knowledge and understanding of the structure of Liturgical rites (e.g., mass, communion, baptism, funerals, etc.).
  • Quick learner, well organized and detailed oriented ensuring the smooth operation of masses.
  • Responsible, reliable, and mature. The job involves respecting all materials and elements of the Altar.
  • Ability to work well and effectively with others in a team environment and willing to help out in situations.
  • Ability to meet physical demands required for the position.

Job type: Part-Time

Job Location: New York. Upper West Side, Manhattan

Work Authorization: United States (Required)

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

Financeoffice@hnj.nyc

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