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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 [email protected].

To Interested Candidates: 

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Superintendent of Schools Office – Administrative Assistant & Receptionist

Archdiocese of New York
Superintendent of Schools Office
Administrative Assistant & Receptionist
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

Reporting to the Deputy Superintendent, position provides administrative support to the Deputy Superintendent and the Associate Superintendent of Operations & Planning and serves as the receptionist for the Office of the Superintendent of Schools.

 

Reports to:  Deputy Superintendent of Schools

 

Responsibilities:

  • Directly responsible for all receptionist duties, including but not limited to, full coverage of the reception desk, answering all telephone lines, coordinate visitors to the office with the Security Desk, providing the necessary information for entry into the building, communicating pertinent details to visitors, welcome them upon arrival, etc.
  • In the absence of the Executive Assistant and Office Manager – compile, screen and date stamp incoming correspondence for the Superintendent’s review; retrieving voice mail; etc.
  • Primarily assist the Deputy Superintendent and the Associate Superintendent of Operations and Planning (and the Superintendent of Schools as needed) in managing all operations related to the office.
  • Prepare information and coordinate meetings for the Deputy Superintendent and the Associate Superintendent of Operations and Planning, including recording official notes (i.e., take-aways, action items, etc.) and monitoring completion of tasks assigned.
  • Oversee and manage all communications, clerical and administrative duties, including coordination of Deputy Superintendent and the Associate Superintendent of Operations and Planning phone lines, screen phone calls and visitors as needed.
  • Prepare correspondence (electronic/paper) and maintain current records.
  • Work with other staff members on projects as needed.
  • Create Word documents and Excel spreadsheets for various projects.
  • Maintain official office directories.
  • Complete other special projects and duties, as assigned.

Core Competencies:

  • Strong communicator with the ability to communicate, edit, and compose thoughts verbally or in writing, sensitive matters.
  • Courteous and professional communications style with all internal employees and external contacts.
  • Self-starter with a proven flexible working style, with the ability to work independently or as part of a team, carrying out multiple and diverse tasks concurrently while meeting converging deadlines.
  • Organized, detail and deadline-oriented to ensure all tasks/projects are completed in a timely, organized, and professional manner, while maintaining the high standards of the office.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Professional, reliable and discreet at all times.
  • Manage sensitive information with a high degree of confidentiality.
  • Ability to anticipate conflicts and challenges in projects and proactively propose solutions.
  • An exemplary model of the Superintendent of Schools office to internal and external stakeholders.


Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Required
  • Four years similar senior-level administrative work experience
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish is a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Proficient in Outlook 365
  • Willingness to be trained or take necessary classes to learn new technology
  • Knowledge of Catholic schools/education preferred

 

Physical Requirement(s):

Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

 

Compensation range for this position is $24.72 – $30.22 per hour, equivalent to $45,000 – $55,000 per year.
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]
All resumés should be emailed with the Subject Line as: “Administrative Assistant/Receptionist Position”

 

Superintendent of Schools Office – Director of Teacher Personnel

Archdiocese of New York
Superintendent of Schools Office
Director of Teacher Personnel
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

Assist the Superintendent of Schools Office with enforcing and negotiating contract terms between the Association of Catholic Schools (“ACS”) and Federation of Catholic Teachers (“FCT”), and oversee the Association of Catholic Schools and maintenance of all teacher employment records.

 

Reports to:      Associate Superintendent of Teacher Personnel

 

Responsibilities:

  • Primary Duties:
    • Help schools develop a maintenance system of current and past teacher records for all places of employment including but not limited to information such as years of service, degree and step, tenure status, and sick bank.
    • Develop a system for tracking employment of per diem teachers, especially those shared among schools and considered full-time.
    • Develop a system for tracking employment of teacher assistants.
  • Additional Duties: Assist the Associate Superintendent for Teacher Personnel:
    • Assist with negotiations and contract implementation between the Association of Catholic Schools (“ACS”) and Federation of Catholic Teachers (“FCT”).
    • Advise and guide all schools with respect to labor/employee relations.
    • Advise and guide ACS schools in implementing the Collective Bargaining Agreement
    • Serve as Executive Director of the Association of Catholic Schools
    • Serve as a member of the bargaining committee for the Association of Catholic Schools
    • Respond to all FCT inquiries on behalf of the ACS member schools.
    • Collaborate with the Global Regional School System (“GRSS”) on contract issues such as compensation and benefits.
    • Meet monthly with the FCT officers to resolve grievance and questions that arise.
    • Process and settle grievances that arise under the collective bargaining agreement.
    • Investigate harassment and hostile work environment claims received from school employees.
    • Regularly consult with appropriate legal counsel regarding contract issues; assist counsel in preparation of arbitration cases.
    • Advise schools on maintenance of personnel records.
    • Serve as liaison to Archdiocesan benefits department and oversee the distribution of information regarding employee benefits, especially for new teachers.
    • Respond to all inquiries regarding benefits and/or refer people to appropriate departments.
    • Serve on appropriate committees related to personnel and benefits issues.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Minimal Master’s Degree in Education.
  • Proven management and leadership capabilities.
  • Strong networking, communication, and presentation skills.
  • Excellent written communications, research and organizational skills.
  • Strong computer skills.
  • Ability to travel to schools that fall under the Superintendent of Schools within the geographical boundaries of the Archdiocese of New York.

 

Compensation range for this position is $110,000 – $115,000.
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Superintendent of Schools Office – Student Information System (SIS) Help Desk and State Test Coordinator

Archdiocese of New York
Superintendent of Schools Office
Student Information System (SIS) Help Desk and State Test Coordinator
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

The Student Information System Help Desk and State Test Coordinator is responsible for the day-to day monitoring of the Student Information System (SIS) and Testing helpdesk, which supports school level staff in Elementary schools.  The work involves end user training for both large groups and one-on-one, technical support, systems administration and troubleshooting via phone, email, and online tools such as Go to Meeting and Zoom. This position interfaces with school level staff, vendors, and the Superintendent of Schools’ office personnel.

 

Reports to:     Director of Data Information Systems and Data Management

 

Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and maintains the helpdesk which supports the Student Information Systems (SIS) and the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center (LHRIC) coordination.
  • Assists with workshops and trainings.
  • Identifies, troubleshoots, and resolves discrepancies in the Student Information System (SIS) that affect processes with the SIS and other systems (e.g., Clever).
  • Serves as primary contact for the Student Information System, with a focus on data integrity between internal and external systems (Clever, Level 0, IRIS, etc.).
  • Creates spreadsheets and performs analysis of schools for compliance with SIS data input.
  • Reviews user support material written by the Director of Data Information Systems and Technology.
  • Extracts demographic and enrollment files of Archdiocesan elementary school students and uploads them to the LHRIC data warehouse.
  • Acts as the liaison between LHRIC and the Archdiocesan elementary schools to make sure all answer sheets and booklets are processed.
  • Resolves NYSSIS Queue issues for students whose files are rejected.
  • Maintains communication with the Director of Data Information Systems and Data Management.
  • Completes other tasks and duties, as assigned.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • A Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • One (1) year of experience in applying technology training and support to user groups.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

 

Physical Requirement(s):

Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

 

Compensation range for this position is $27.47 – $35.37 per hour, equivalent to $50,000 – $64,375 per year.
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Development Office – Foundation & Development Associate

Archdiocese of New York
Development Office
Foundation & Development Associate
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

The Foundation & Development Associate is primarily responsible for assisting the Executive Director, The Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation and Senior Director of Development (EDAESF) with drafting correspondence, managing calendars, producing and distributing meeting materials, and taking meeting minutes. The Associate will also assist the Executive Director, NY Catholic Foundation, and Senior Director of Development (EDNYCF) with donor research, scheduling, and event support. This position requires careful attention to detail and ability to communicate clearly.

 

Reports to:     Executive Director, The Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation and Senior Director of Development                                     (EDAESF)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support Smith Foundation Dinner by recording income and expenses on event trackers, and assisting with intake of sponsorship responses and creating pledge invoices and completing any corporate payment forms.
  • Answer inquiries made through Smith Foundation phone and email inquiries as appropriate or share details for Executive Director to respond.
  • Calendar meetings relating to the Smith Dinner and Foundation with supporters, Board members, prospects, consultants, vendors, and internal departments.
  • Prepare materials for committee and Board meetings as directed by Executive Director.
  • Take accurate notes at Board and committee meetings and produce minutes in a timely manner.
  • Coordinate and update timelines for Smith Foundation e-newsletters, Board updates, Dinner, bi-annual Board meetings.
  • Prepare memorandums and merge tax letters, and acknowledgements relating to the Smith Foundation.
  • Review Executive Directors’ portfolios weekly to schedule new appointments including 2-4 meetings each week; as well as research and draft board member, portfolio, prospect, and leadership cultivation briefings and communications.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in the marketing team and Development Office where needed.
  • Update and maintain Smith Foundation grantee contact information, coordinate with Finance and Accounts Payable to ensure accurate and timely grant distributions, and organize grant and Foundation summary reports.
  • Maintain highly detailed Smith Foundation Board member records, their meeting and committee participation, and terms.
  • Assist with leadership supporter events, including Cornerstone Dinner, special Masses and Receptions at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and others as developed.
  • Liaise with Donor Database Center for lists, pledge reports, constituent record updates, and action items.
  • Owns the Smith Foundation computer drive and leadership supporter folders in Development drives.
  • Assist in the coordination of campaign activities and mailings to support functions across the Development Office as needed.
  • Perform other duties and assist with special projects as needed.
  • Represent the Archdiocese in a professional and positive manner.
  • Prepare precise, well-written, and articulate correspondence.
  • Support the Director of Donor Relations and Executive Director with high standard administrative work for excellent top donor management.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 1-2 years of experience preferred.
  • Ability to work overtime and weekends in September and October – leading into Smith Dinner, annually.
  • Detail oriented.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including strong written and verbal skills, and ability to communicate in an effective and respectful manner.
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills, including the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously with high attention to detail.
  • Ability to listen and distill information to act on assigned projects.
  • Ability to take on added responsibility as it is presented.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, Raiser’s Edge, Lexis Nexis.
  • A deep understanding of Catholic culture.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $55,000 – $60,000 per year ($30.22 – $32.97 per hour).
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

The Good Newsroom – Digital Advertising Sales Representative

Archdiocese of New York
The Good Newsroom
Digital Advertising Sales Representative (DASR)
May 2024

 

About the Department:

The Archdiocese of New York serves the pastoral and spiritual needs of 2.5 million Catholics in nearly 300 parishes throughout its three boroughs of New York City and seven counties to the north. The Archdiocese includes 172 Catholic schools serving more than 53,000 students from Pre-K through 12th grade. Additionally, the Archdiocese helps more than 400,000 individuals each year through Catholic Charities, and it provides compassionate care to patients and families through ArchCare, the healthcare ministry.

The Good NewsroomTM  is the digital news outlet of the Archdiocese of New York, providing daily updates and stories about the good works of the Catholic Church within our region. With the goal of enhancing a sense of community among Catholics and non-Catholics, The Good Newsroom was launched in late November 2022 to better communicate with the Archdiocese faithful as well as the broader community.

The Newsroom is designed to evangelize and engage audiences with uplifting stories and news about the people, parishes, and ministries of the Archdiocese. To accomplish this, the Newsroom utilizes all of the modern communication forms available, including video, articles, photography, and essays. This outreach is enhanced by a quick-publishing model which brings excitement and vitality to the Archdiocese’s communications. As a result, The Good Newsroom reaches and informs many thousands of people via our dedicated website and social media channels, as well as our App and e-newsletter.

Stories are published in English and Spanish to ensure we are reaching the diverse audience of Catholics in our area.

Learn more at thegoodnewsroom.org and through our social media channels:

 

Overview/Purpose:

The Digital Advertising Sales Representative will be an ambassador for the brand and be capable of building long-term relationships with existing and new partners. S/he will be motivated and performance oriented. The successful candidate will create effective strategies to sell and close deals across our award-winning, multi-channel news outlet.

In 2023, The Good Newsroom published over 2,000 stories, across seven platforms, telling stories of the good works of the Catholic Church in our area. Thousands of people interact with our content each month through our mobile-friendly website, app, social media, and e-newsletter.

The DASR will be a proactive, innovative, savvy internal and external communicator, with a well-developed understanding of digital sales and a proven track record of achieving advertising sales targets.

 

Reports to:  Director of Brand Management and Digital Sales

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop an understanding of the goals of The Good Newsroom and the needs of existing and potential advertisers. Use phone, virtual (Zoom), and in-person meetings to communicate and demonstrate the dynamic channels of the digital Newsroom. Utilize standard and/or develop customized sales packages that convey the unique selling propositions of advertising with The Good Newsroom.
  • Continually modify sales pitches in creative ways to meet advertisers’ needs (e.g., selling advertising bundles, sponsorships, etc.); always looking for innovative ways to build value for the advertiser.
  • Use Excel, QuickBooks, and other reporting methods to track revenue and communicate its status to leadership, as needed. Report on accounts receivable.
  • Share information regularly with leadership about the status of sales pipelines, commitments of current advertisers, probabilities of prospective advertisers, and feedback from advertisers on their needs and better ways to meet them.
  • Make recommendations that will increase efficiency and sales revenue.
  • Provide data to assist the Director in building analytical models to optimize sales revenue.
  • Work with other members of The Good Newsroom team on administrative matters and reporting.
  • Be a spokesperson for the brand, understand The Good Newsroom content and engagement goals, and articulate the culture and values of the organization.

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • An associate’s degree is required; a bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience successfully selling digital advertising in a variety of media channels.
  • Self-starter with a proven record of meeting sales quotas.
  • Experience with the entire digital advertising cycle: prospecting, developing targeted sales pitches, engaging prospects, closing sales, maintaining ongoing relationships, and obtaining repeat sales.
  • A track record of developing creative and innovative sales packages: advertising bundles, sponsorships, etc.
  • Familiar with engagement dashboards; capable of using Excel and QuickBooks software.
  • Knowledgeable about digital advertising analytics and performance reporting.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church and some familiarity with the Archdiocese of New York is required.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to travel throughout the geographic region of the Archdiocese of New York.
  • Seasoned project manager possessing excellent organizational and problem-solving skills. Can manage multiple priorities and sales projects successfully.
  • Demonstrated customer service skills; works well with diverse groups of people.
  • Spanish language is a plus.
  • Exudes credibility and professionalism. Possesses strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills.
  • Straightforward, results-driven person with unquestionable personal integrity.
  • A highly committed, community-minded individual, with the necessary drive and stamina to respond to the demands of the institution and work collaboratively to achieve results in a fast-paced work environment.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $80,000 – $100,000 annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Parish Finance – Associate Director (AD) of Parish Financial Review and Parish Assistance Corporation (PAC)

Archdiocese of New York
Parish Finance Office
Associate Director of Parish Financial Review and Parish Assistance Corporation
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

Reporting to the Executive Director of Finance, this position manages and supports the activities and functions of the Parish Finance Office of the Archdiocese and the Parish Assistance Corporation (PAC).  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 as well as members of the finance office.  The role demands a self-driven individual capable of managing projects and time effectively.

 

Reports to:    Executive Director of Finance

 

Responsibilities:

  • Parish Financial Review Duties:
    • Conduct comprehensive research and synthesis of historical and financial data, delivering insightful and concise reports to Senior Management to facilitate informed decision-making.
    • Assist the director with special projects, e.g., review of policy manuals, audit review management, parish loan reviews.
    • Demonstrate proficiency in Excel for seamless integration and analysis of data from multiple sources ensuring information is presented in an accessible format.
    • Exhibit a keen ability to effectively comprehend and interpret financial analysis requests.
    • Assist field personnel focusing on problem-solving and resolution.
    • Thoroughly understand the financial aspects of the archdiocesan programs that support the parishes, such as the consolidated billing system, Inter-Parish Finance and PAC loans.
    • Thoroughly understand parish fundraising programs, such as the Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal, Renew & Rebuild Capital Campaign, Increased Offertory Campaigns, their impact on parish financial statements.
    • Collaborate with various departments to ensure the parishes and schools receive required support. Additionally, provide oversight to the programs supporting parishes.
    • Work with the Capital Projects team to evaluate parish requests for capital project authorization, conducting thorough analysis of financial implications including financing costs.
    • Comprehensively document parish transactions and interactions, such as property sales, leases, debt repayment agreements, for future reference and analysis.
    • Assist the director in the management and support of parish loan repayment plans, payment of outstanding consolidated bills.
    • Assist the Vicar General and Chief Financial Officer for special projects.
  • Parish Assistance Corporation Duties:
    • Maintain the integrity of the data in DLS (software used by PAC).
    • Prepare and distribute quarterly bills/invoices to borrowers of loans from the PAC and issue and distribute interest checks for loans to PAC.
    • Prepare monthly financial statements.
    • Understand credit risk to assist the Director of PAC with loan approvals, loan reviews and the annual audit review. Review and evaluate the loan performance/classifications at each calendar quarter end, loan collections rates, and repayment capacity.
    • Respond to inquiries relating to DLS data from both internal and external constituents.

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Must possess initiative and strong leadership abilities, coupled with the capacity to work autonomously with minimal oversight.
  • Demonstrate strong oral and writing skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Background in loan credit review and lending preferred.
  • Strong proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $110,000 – $130,000 annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected] 

Department of Education – Tuition Billing Coordinator

Archdiocese of New York
Department of Education – Tuition Billing
Tuition Billing Coordinator
April 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

Tuition Billing Coordinator will work with a portfolio of Global Regional Schools to ensure data integrity for student profiles, tuition rates, fee structures, scholarship input and invoicing, as well as facilitating payment processing and collection including delinquency management.

 

Reports to:    Director of Tuition Management

 

Responsibilities:

  • Actively support the Director of Tuition Management in implementing the business policies and procedures required for a sustainable tuition management process.
  • Responsible for working with the Directors of Enrollment, Principals, Regional Finance Managers and tuition management vendor personnel in reconciling, correcting and updating the tuition management system.
  • Responsible for coordinating data input into the tuition management system and follow up for late payment resolution on tuition and fees.
  • Ensure adherence to tuition and fee policies regarding discounts, awards, processing, payment plans and billing processes.
  • Responsible for the data integrity within the tuition management system (currently Blackbaud), including timeliness of updated information, for assigned schools.
  • Responsible for complaint/issue resolution relative to vendor/parent/principal calls regarding tuition or fees, adhering to policies and procedures for complaint/issue documentation, tracking and resolution as well as communication to the proper tangent groups (e.g., Enrollment & Scholarship, GRSS Treasury, etc.).
  • While dedicated to specific schools, will provide back up for Tuition Billing Coordinator team.
  • Liaise with the tuition management vendor account officers on for day-to-day processing.
  • Communicate with other departments for relevant information and reports as needed.
  • Ensure conflicts/issues are addressed in a timely manner
  • Consistently meet project deadlines including annual billing schedule for tuition and fees
  • Ensure that management is advised of billing variances and delinquencies on a timely basis
  • Special projects as assigned by supervisor.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Experience: Minimum of three to five years of experience in service delivery, collections and/or payment processing.
  • Experience in volume processing, transaction processing and client servicing.
  • Call center experience a plus.
  • Languages: Spanish speaking a plus.
  • Strong written and oral communications skills.
  • Strong time management skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in teams.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, as the position necessitates.
  • Proven conflict resolution experience.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $27.47 – $28.30 per hour ($50,000 – $51,500 annually).
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Data Systems Center – IT Project and Data Manager

Archdiocese of New York
Data Systems Center
IT Project and Data Manager
March 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

The IT Project Manager will be responsible for planning, overseeing, and leading projects from ideation through to completion. This role requires interaction with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and providing hands-on support for data cleanup and management, with consultation from the chief administrative officer and the chief financial officer. The Project Manager will be instrumental in ensuring that projects are executed efficiently, on time, and within budget. Initial project focus will be on automation of the accounts receivable platform and the priest personnel database implementation.

 

Reports to:     Executive Director of Information Technology

 

Responsibilities:

  • Project Planning and Design
    • Define project scope, goals, and deliverables in collaboration with senior management and stakeholders.
    • Develop full-scale project plans, and budgets, including timelines, milestones, and resource allocation models.
  • Data Maintenance
    • Hands-on maintenance of organization data for use in various systems including data cleanup and reconciliation.
  • Project Execution and Monitoring
    • Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the execution of projects.
    • Work with all parties on the preparation of conversion data and detailed review for accuracy.
    • Ensure that all projects are delivered on time, within the scope, and within budget.
  • Stakeholder Communication
    • Manage the relationship with all stakeholders.
    • Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors.
    • Communicate project progress to senior managers, stakeholders, and others involved in the project.
  • Quality Control
    • Ensure that project deliverables meet the expected quality standards.
    • Review the quality of the work completed with the project team regularly to ensure that it meets project standards.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, management, technology, or a related field.
  • Proven working experience in project management.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Solid leadership and organizational skills, communications, and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and project management tools.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $110,000 – $130,000 annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected] 

Inner-City Scholarship Fund – Director of Development

Archdiocese of New York
Inner-City Scholarship Fund
Director of Development
March 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s fundraising as relates to the major gifts program, Be A Student’s Friend program, and planned giving. The Director works closely with the Executive Director in all development and fundraising endeavors.

 

Reports to:                 Executive Director, Inner-City Scholarship Fund

 

Office Location:       1011 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10022

 

Responsibilities:

  • Manage a major gifts program including identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors with a portfolio of 100 discreet constituents.
  • Oversee the planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequests and charitable gift annuities.
  • Direct the Be A Student’s Friend program, including mailings, sponsor acquisition, and annual appeals.
  • Collaborate with others on strategic initiatives to advance the fundraising results of the organization.
  • Assign primary relationship manager portfolios and develop a fundraising matrix to track performance.
  • Work closely with the Executive Director to cultivate major gift prospects.
  • Make public appearances to share information about Inner-City’s mission.
  • Oversee the proper entry of donor gifts and donor acknowledgment.
  • Supervise and collaborate with other fundraising staff.
  • Participate in the creation of publications to support fundraising activities.
  • Perform other related duties as requested.
  • Always demonstrate professional conduct.
  • Renew 90% of portfolio.
  • Meet the Be A Student’s Friend program funding goals.
  • Effective oversight of the major gift program.
  • Demonstrate ability to think strategically.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Experience: Five to seven years of major gift fundraising.
  • Excellent communication and computer skills.
  • Ability to work with and motivate staff, board members, and other volunteers.
  • Self-starter with initiative relative to donor visits and fundraising calls.
  • Demonstration of concern for people and community.
  • Ability to carry out multiple and diverse tasks concurrently and work independently.
  • Initiative to constantly seek ways to improve department results.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $140,000 – $160,000 annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected] 

The Inner-City Scholarship Fund – Senior Manager, Donor Programs

Archdiocese of New York
The Inner-City Scholarship Fund
Senior Manager, Donor Relations
December 2023

 

Primary Responsibility:

The Senior Manager, Donor Programs is responsible for working with internal and external constituents to leverage key relationships and contacts within and outside the Archdiocese of New York and to achieve fundraising and program goals.

 

Direct Supervisor:    Director of Development, Inner-City Scholarship Fund

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee volunteer programs executed in supported schools.
  • Manage assigned staff in connection with donor programs.
  • Establish and meet short and long-term fundraising goals.
  • Facilitate benefactor-inspired academic and enrichment programs within participating schools.
  • Serve as liaison for special school initiatives and donations.
  • Prepare meaningful and effective communications including appeals, proposals, reports and customized collateral for donors.
  • Manage information relating to current donors and prospects in Raisers Edge in a timely manner.
  • Manage junior staff.
  • Perform additional duties as needed and assigned by the Director of Development.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Ability to work collaboratively across the organization.
  • Proven track record in donor relationship management.
  • Three to five years of increasingly responsible development (or related) experience.
  • The ability to work autonomously while keeping direct supervisor apprised of issues, problems, opportunities, and progress.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with development colleagues to create a results-driven, team-oriented environment.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Project management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including word-processing, database, and spreadsheet proficiency. Raisers Edge experience or related system a plus.
  • Availability to work evenings and weekends when necessary.

Compensation range for this position is: $80,000 – $90,000 annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Good Newsroom – Director of Brand Management and Digital Sales

Archdiocese of New York
Good Newsroom
Director of Brand Management and Digital Sales
December 2023

 

Organization and Department:  Archdiocese of New York – The Good Newsroom™

The Archdiocese of New York serves the pastoral and spiritual needs of 2.5 million Catholics in nearly 300 parishes throughout three boroughs of New York City and seven counties to the north. The Archdiocese includes 172 Catholic schools serving more than 53,000 students from Pre-K through 12th grade. Additionally, the Archdiocese helps more than 400,000 individuals each year through Catholic Charities, and it provides compassionate care to patients and families through ArchCare, its healthcare ministry.

Launched in November 2022, The Good NewsroomTM  is the Archdiocese’s digital news outlet, which provides daily updates and stories about the good works of the Catholic Church, with the goal of enhancing a sense of community among Catholics and non-Catholics. It is the primary communications function for the archdiocese.

The Newsroom is designed to evangelize and engage audiences with uplifting stories and news about the people, parishes, and ministries of the Archdiocese. To accomplish this, the Newsroom utilizes all available modern communication forms, including video, articles, photography, and essays. This outreach is enhanced by a quick-publishing model that brings excitement and vitality to the Archdiocese’s communications. As a result, The Good Newsroom reaches and informs many thousands of people who interact with the Newsroom through our mobile-friendly website, app, social media channels, and e-newsletter.

 

Learn more at thegoodnewsroom.org and through our social media channels:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegnewsroom

Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegnewsroom

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegnewsroom/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/company/the-good-newsroom

 

Position Overview:

Reporting to the Executive Editor for marketing and sales, the Director will have experience developing and implementing strategies to strengthen and raise awareness of brands, resulting in quantifiable increases in digital ad sales.

The Director will be experienced in leading and managing people in a collaborative fashion. S/he will possess an understanding of both marketing and sales in a media/news business and will be proactive and bring creative ideas for developing brand and digital sales strategies that can be successfully implemented to advance the mission of the newsroom.

The Director will oversee a department of three professionals and will be a backup to the Executive Editor for marketing & sales.

 

Responsibilities: The specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop and execute a thorough marketing and brand strategy to expand and grow brand awareness reaching both existing and new audiences across all channels.
  • Develop and execute a digital sales strategy to reach 2024 revenue goals.
  • Collaborate closely with the Executive Editor and key members of the Newsroom staff.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of the goals of The Good Newsroom.
  • Be an ambassador for The Good Newsroom brand, able to articulate the culture and values of the organization.
  • Ensure consistency of messaging throughout all marketing and sales outreaches and
  • Build relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including advertisers, press, and influencers. Identify and create meaningful partnerships with parishes throughout the Archdiocese as well as external editors, universities, other Archdioceses etc., to expand the user base and achieve goals.
  • Use data to inform and form recommendations and make sound business decisions. Ensure that all data is integrated into the overall Newsroom reporting process.
  • In collaboration with other staff, gain insights into readers, viewers, and subscribers and accordingly, adjust the marketing/sales strategy.
  • Implement proven marketing practices to optimize search engines in order to drive visitors to the website and increase usage of all Newsroom channels. Leverage opportunities in social media.
  • Create effective marketing materials that communicate the value proposition of The Good Newsroom and immediately engage potential advertisers. Prepare other materials required to enable the sales team to meet the needs of a diverse advertising market.
  • Develop a high-performing team through excellent mentoring, coaching, and management.
  • Contribute to the management of the departmental budget and other duties, as required.
  • Serve as a leader, partner, and team member who provides support and assistance across The Good Newsroom Department and throughout the Archdiocese of New York.

 

Education:

  • A bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration or other related fields is required. An advanced degree is preferred.

Experience, Competencies, and Personal Characteristics:

  • Significant experience (5-8 years) in marketing/sales in the media/digital industry is required.
  • A minimum of 5 years of proven success managing a marketing and sales team, preferably in a digital-media environment.
  • Experience building and growing brands through highly creative and well-executed plans for digital marketing.
  • Demonstrated success in buying/selling advertising, including digital advertising and e-marketing.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church and some familiarity with the Archdiocese of New York is required.
  • Verbal and written fluency in English is required. Spanish language is a plus.
  • Capable of writing, editing, and producing the variety of communication materials required by a high-functioning marketing and sales team. (Writing samples will be required.)
  • Experience using data and analytics to measure and manage performance and make ongoing business decisions.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Experience interacting with diverse groups of people.
  • Excellent project manager, with the ability to manage multiple priorities and projects on very tight deadlines.
  • Straightforward, results-driven person with unquestionable personal integrity. Exudes credibility and professionalism.
  • A highly committed, community-minded individual, with the necessary drive and stamina to respond to the demands of the institution and work collaboratively to achieve results in a fast-paced work environment.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $120,000 – $140,000 annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

The cover letter should not be more than one page and should include information on why you are interested in joining the Archdiocese of New York and The Good Newsroom, as well as what makes you uniquely qualified for the position.

 

The Good Newsroom – Associate Director of News

Archdiocese of New York
The Good Newsroom
Associate Director of News (ADN)
October 2023

 

The Archdiocese of New York serves the pastoral and spiritual needs of 2.5 million Catholics in nearly 300 parishes throughout its three boroughs of New York City and seven counties to the north. The Archdiocese includes 172 Catholic schools serving more than 53,000 students from Pre-K through 12th grade. Additionally, the Archdiocese helps more than 400,000 individuals each year through Catholic Charities, and it provides compassionate care to patients and families through ArchCare, the healthcare ministry.

The Good NewsroomTM is the digital news outlet of the Archdiocese of New York, providing daily updates and stories about the good works of the Catholic Church within our region. With the goal of enhancing a sense of community among Catholics and non-Catholics, The Good Newsroom was launched in late November 2022 to better communicate with the Archdiocese faithful as well as the broader community.

The newsroom is designed to evangelize and engage audiences with uplifting stories and news about the people, parishes, and ministries of the Archdiocese. To accomplish this, the newsroom utilizes all of the modern communication forms available including video, articles, photography, and essays. This outreach is enhanced by a quick-publishing model which brings excitement and vitality to the Archdiocese’s communications. As a result, The Good Newsroom reaches and informs many thousands of people via our dedicated website and social media channels, as well as our App and e-newsletter.

Learn more at thegoodnewsroom.org and through our social media channels:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegnewsroom

Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegnewsroom

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegnewsroom/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/company/the-good-newsroom

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Director of Marketing, the Associate Director of News will be an experienced leader in The Good Newsroom Department and will oversee all news planning, manage the day-to-day newsroom activities, and report on successful news coverage and departmental progress.

S/he will collaborate with other members of the department and the organization to ensure that priorities and plans are aligned with other organizational initiatives. The ADN will be experienced in leading and managing people. S/he will be a proactive, innovative, digitally savvy reporter with well-developed understanding of the news business and proven project management skills.

The ADN will oversee a department of three professionals and will be the primary backup to the Director of Marketing.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: The specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop understanding of the goals of The Good Newsroom in terms of community journalism, engagement, and the nuances of communicating about Catholic topics.
  • In collaboration with the Director of Marketing and key members of the Newsroom staff, create a communication plan that includes specific objectives and goals. Develop monthly, weekly, and daily news calendars, ensuring that all topics and story ideas are considered on a timely basis.
  • With staff and freelancers, identify content requirements and develop story ideas that are comprehensive, to include nonbreaking news topics (e.g., features, religious education, and other areas important to the Archdiocese). Be the point person to receive story ideas from numerous internal and external sources and respond appropriately.
  • Develop a high-performing team through excellent mentoring, coaching, and management.
  • Be an ambassador for The Good Newsroom Articulate the culture and values of the organization and ensure consistency of messaging through all communication channels: website, social media, email, and other e-communications.
  • Support a unified brand-management environment and optimize asset-management usage.
  • Assign articles to freelance writers, videographers, and photographers, as needed. Support internal processes ensuring that legal agreements and payments are current, and assets are utilized in accordance with established terms.
  • When appropriate, partner with the Advertising Department to support advertiser engagement and revenue opportunities. Make certain that the editorial calendar is presented to potential advertisers on a timely basis.
  • Contribute to the management of the departmental budget and other duties as required.
  • Serve as a leader, partner, and team member who provides support and assistance across The Good Newsroom Department and throughout the Archdiocese of New York.

 

EDUCATION:

  • A bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations, or other related fields is required. An advanced degree is preferred.

EXPERIENCE, COMPETENCIES, AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Proven experience in managing a team in digital publishing and a minimum of 5 years of experience in a newsroom (print and/or broadcast.)
  • Significant experience writing, editing and/or video/audio production along with a portfolio demonstrating competency in these types of communication projects is required.
  • Proficient in digital-content management and promotion of content through websites, social media, and email.
  • Excellent project manager, with the ability to manage multiple priorities and projects on very tight deadlines.
  • Demonstrated creativity in conceiving new content and messaging and leveraging it across multiple platforms. Keeps abreast of communication trends and creates opportunities for improvement.
  • Experience working with diverse groups of people and telling stories about and with underrepresented communities.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church and some familiarity with the Archdiocese of New York is required. Fluency in Spanish is highly desirable.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to travel throughout the geographic region of the Archdioceses of New York. Ability to work flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings.
  • Straightforward, results-driven person with unquestionable personal integrity. Exudes credibility and professionalism. Possesses strong interpersonal skills.
  • A highly committed, community-minded individual, with the necessary drive and stamina to respond to the demands of the institution and work collaboratively to achieve results in a fast-paced work environment.
  • A writing or video test will be required.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $115k-140k, annually.
This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime.

Please e-mail your resume and a cover letter as attachments to:

Ms. Dale Corey, Director of Research
3D Leadership, LLC
[email protected]

The cover letter should not be more than one page and should include information on why you are interested in joining the Archdiocese of New York and The Good Newsroom, as well as what makes you uniquely qualified for the position.

The Archdiocese of New York is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

GRSS Treasury Office – Senior Accountant

Archdiocese of New York
GRSS Treasury Operations
Senior Accountant
September 2023

 

Overview:

The Archdiocese of New York has structured 48 of its elementary schools into a Global Regional School System (GRSS), with nine geographic school districts. The entire GRSS is supported by the Global Regional School System Operations, which is the conduit for all financial reporting. GRSS Operations will collect, process, and record data to provide a clear financial picture of each region/school.

The Senior Accountant supports the Controller with a wide variety of functions which includes financial analysis, annual audit support and a primary focus on payroll reconciliations including all payroll expenses, payroll payments, employee tax withholding and application of benefit deductions. Prepares and/or analyzes periodic payroll reports, payroll schedules, and payroll related journal entries using established policies, procedures, and guidelines on a timely manner. Also responsible for coordinating with payroll service provider on issues affecting company payroll. Responsible for reconciling payroll, operating and restricted bank accounts for each region. The Senior Accountant will report to the Controller and proactively and cooperatively work with other accounting staff to implement solutions as required.

 

Essential Position Responsibilities

  • Prepare, analyze and upload payroll transactions from Paychex on a timely manner such as payments of hours worked, personal time off, employee benefits, application of benefit deductions.
  • Complete payroll reconciliations for all region with supporting schedules and analysis. Ensure totals on payroll reconciliation worksheet tie out to totals on uploaded payroll journal entries.
  • Prepare and/or analyze periodic payroll reports, payroll schedules, and payroll related journal entries using established policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Reconcile all employer contributions, employee benefit contributions, garnishments, union dues and other deductions to ensure accuracy of the general ledger.
  • Ensure all PFL and dental deductions are properly identified and entered to the correct general ledger account.
  • Journalize and reconcile FSA activities, including FSA deductions from regional accounts.
  • Maintain a reconciliation schedule of all consolidated bill benefits to payroll journal entries.
  • Input Mutual of America Bills based on the semi-monthly 403B contribution remittance confirmation reports and the related payroll reports including the semi-annual match payments.
  • Reconcile cash funding to Paychex summary payroll transactions reports.
  • Identify unmapped payroll transaction and investigate the appropriate accounting treatment, adjust payroll upload csv file before uploading payroll journal entry; coordinate with Paychex to resolve any unmapped or mis-mapped accounts.
  • Analyze payroll reports, statements, records and making recommendations to improve payroll process.
  • Prepare and review the accuracy of payroll related journal entries and perform account reconciliation and analysis while ensuring supporting documentation is accurate and in compliance with company policies.
  • Prepares audit schedules and assists audit of payroll statements/reports.
  • Perform monthly bank reconciliations for each operating, restricted and payroll bank accounts; coordinating any discrepancies with other departments and the field team.
  • Quarterly 941 Employer Federal tax return reconciliation for payroll.
  • Monthly reconciliation of all investment activities.
  • Record fixed asset acquisitions and dispositions, track contracts-in-progress transferring to the appropriate asset category once the related projects have been completed. Calculate depreciation for all fixed assets, make the appropriate general ledger entries. Prepare audit schedules relating to fixed assets as requested by management and assist auditors with inquiries.
  • Performs other related duties and projects as required by management. Assist in the development and maintenance of accounting policies, procedures and controls in accordance with sound accounting principles, applicable regulations and laws as well as best practice.

 

Required Education, Experience and Skills

  • A bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance.
  • At least 4 years of relevant experience in accounting or auditing, preferably in the non-profit or education sector.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office applications.
  • Attention to detail with strong time management and organizational skills, with the ability to multi-task, prioritize and meet deadlines.
  • Exceptional analytical skills, pro-active and a good problem solver.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, results-oriented, high-volume web-based environment.
  • Quick learner, creative, self-starter with good judgment.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $70,000 – $75,000 annually.

This position is considered exempt and not eligible for overtime.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

[email protected]

Sheen Center For Thought and Culture – On-Call Usher

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

 

Overview:

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: 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 fixed at
$16.50 per hour.
This position is considered on-call, non-exempt, and eligible for overtime.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

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

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

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

Reports To: Executive Director

 

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 fixed at $16.50 per hour.

This position is considered on-call, non-exempt, and eligible for overtime.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Parish & Other Archdiocese Positions

The Pontifical Mission Societies – Regional Director, Diocesan Relations (U.S. Northeast & Mid-Atlantic Regions)

The Pontifical Mission Societies
Immaculate Conception Church, Irvington NY
Regional Director, Diocesan Relations
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

The Pontifical Mission Societies (TPMS) is a worldwide network at the service of the Pope that supports the missions and the Young Churches with prayer and charity. These include the Society of the Propagation of the Faith, the Society of St Peter the Apostle, the Missionary Childhood Association (MCA), and the Missionary Union of Priests and Religious.

We seek a Regional Director of Diocesan Relations who shares our vision of building the Church through the work and witness of mission priests, religious, and other missionaries.  The RD for Diocesan Relations is an integral part of TMPS. In collaboration with other stakeholders, he/she will direct, manage, and coordinate the organization’s comprehensive outreach to (Arch)Dioceses within one of five regions. The RD will assist in the recruitment, development, mentorship, and leadership of Diocesan professionals focused on increasing outreach and support for the Pope’s missions and enhancing the organization’s reputation, resources, and relationships. The RD will provide substantial guidance and support in highlighting the annual ramp up to World Mission Sunday, as well as to ensure that diocesan mission staff are prepared and proactive in their ongoing promotion of all facets of the Pontifical Mission initiatives throughout the world. The RD will ensure that diocesan staff is motivated, focused, and supported in their work, fostering a culture that brings out the best in each staff member, supports individuals in their professional development, and reinforces the value of teamwork toward achieving ambitious goals on behalf of world missions.

This is a full-time remote position located in the NYC Metro area supporting dioceses in the Northeast and MidAtlantic regions of the U.S. Including the following states: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands. Travel is expected to be about 50% of the time.

 

Reports To: 

Vice President, Regions

 

Work Location:

Remote – preference will be given to those who live in the NYC metro area.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • In partnership with the Vice President for Regions, manage a growing, comprehensive outreach program at the diocesan level to raise awareness of the needs of mission territories, and, specifically, to support the Pontifical mandate to support the Mission Societies.
  • Provide leadership in creating structure and best practices in promoting the Pontifical Mission Societies within the diocesan structure.
  • Engage diocesan staff in methods of owning commitment to the missions.
  • To remain current with missiology and mission initiatives in order to instruct and support the faithful in developing practical spiritual and corporal works for promoting the 1,100 most under resourced dioceses around the world.
  • To be a proficient resource in how to best animate the execution of the annual World Mission Sunday month, as well as to substantially increase the overall participation in contributing to this major second collection.
  • Oversee diocesan operations and assess performance of diocesan directors vis-à-vis protocols and guidelines from the National Office.
  • To create a trusting and collaborative relationship with diocesan directors that includes healthy and frequent communication, transparency, and a disposition of service and support for the sake of the missions.
  • To become efficient with documenting communication with and support provided to diocesan directors through the TPMS CRM system.
  • Communicate regularly with the VP of Regions to keep him/her abreast of ways to best support diocesan directors and to strategize in removing any logjams.
  • Provide leadership in building an institutional culture that represents a commitment to promoting the Pontifical Societies based on TPMS values.
  • Assess needs and opportunities within each (arch)diocese in the assigned region and provide training, guidance, and motivation to increase the effectiveness of diocesan directors as the primary promotors of the Pontifical Societies within their assigned (arch)diocese.
  • Partner in the creation of an overall plan for excellence in development of mission outreach for the organization, ensuring implementation, monitoring, tracking, and evaluation of key performance indicators.
  • Assist in the creation and updating of processes and policies related to efficient and effective partnership with diocesan efforts within their assigned region on behalf of the missions.
  • Be proactive in creating a strong “Call to Action” in awareness and support of the missions.
  • Support events and other activities as directed by the Vice President of Regions.
  • Serve as a partner and resource to diocesan mission office directors and staff in support of their annual appeals, intra-relationships with the (arch)diocesan structure, visibility of the Pontifical Societies on the (arch)diocesan and parish level, and a catalyst who energizes a robust response in creating a missionary culture.

 

Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing who embraces the mission, vision, and values of The Pontifical Mission Societies.
  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
  • Understanding of and experience with a diocesan structure.
  • 5+ years of experience working within the Catholic Church, leading teams and demonstrating effective collaborative work relationships.
  • Advanced knowledge and demonstrated use of CRMs, internet-based research, Windows, Microsoft Applications, including MS Word and Power Point
  • Demonstrated project management and decision-making ability with excellent time-management skills.
  • Strong communication and customer service skills.
  • Comfortable working with a team as well as independently.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential information.
  • Must have dependable, accessible transportation, as well as a valid drivers’ license issued from the State of residence.

 

Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription coverage.
  • 403(b) retirement plan including employer match.
  • Generous paid time off.

 

Compensation for this position is: $73,000.00 – $80,000.00 annually.
This position is considered full-time, exempt, and not eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected] with the subject line “Regional Director – Northeast and MidAtlantic Regions”.

Gate of Heaven Cemetery – Service Representative

Trustees of St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Gate of Heaven Cemetery
Cemetery Service Representative
May 2024

Purpose:
Assist the Manager of Cemetery Services and Administration and collaborate with other cemetery service representatives and field supervisors in servicing families, visitors, and outside service providers such as Funeral Directors, Monument Dealers. Provide administrative support to the Manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist families with pre-planning, and selection of cemetery space for purchase.
  • Assist families and their representatives, funeral directors, with burial arrangements.
  • Assist families with burial space selection including plots, graves, crypts, and niches.
  • Provide information and assistance to families, visitors, and service providers such as Funeral Directors, Monument Leaders, Landscaping Companies.
  • Using the cemetery’s computerized information system, conduct various administrative duties in the cemetery office including but not limited to the following:
  • Prepare accurate and legible burial orders from funeral directors and families.
  • Forward burial work orders to cemetery Field Supervisors
  • Inspect and clear burial documents.
  • Prepare certificate of interment rights (deeds) and affidavits.
  • Receive and record cash payments for sales and service; prepare cash receipts.
  • Conduct genealogical research.
  • Research deed information for burial and correspondence inquiries.
  • Process monument applications
  • Answer and redirect telephone inquiries
  • Prepare outgoing mail and periodic bulk mailings.
  • Prepare letters, memorandums, receipts, deed contracts, and various reports.
  • Utilize various office equipment including photocopier, scanner, fax machines, calculators, computers, and label making machines.
  • Records, process, review, and assist families with the Annual Care Program. This includes billing, payments, changes, data entry, conversions to Perpetual Care, and reporting.

Standard:
Interaction with families, visitors, funeral directors, service providers, and other cemetery associate are to be conducted in a professional manner and consistent with the mission and values of the Catholic Church and the Trustees of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

 

Education, Experience, and Personal Characteristics

  • High school diploma or higher
  • Previous work experience in an office environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applicants
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • Detail oriented
  • Friendly, respectful of others
  • Problem solver
  • Team oriented.
  • Takes initiative
  • Empathetic and sympathetic

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $20.00 – $25.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Experience level:

  • 3 years

Shift:

  • 8 hour shift

Weekly day range:

  • Tuesday-Saturday

Work setting:

  • In-person
  • Office

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Hawthorne, NY 10532: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: In person

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]

Immaculate Conception Church – Administrative Assistant

ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK
Immaculate Conception Church, Irvington NY
Administrative Assistant
May 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

Provide standard daily operation assistance for the parish to develop a deepening relationship between our parishioners and clergy.

Work Location:

Immaculate Conception Church
16 N Broadway, Irvington, NY 10533

Responsibilities: 

  • Answering the 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.
  • Maintain the ordering of supplies as needed.


Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Mastery of MS Word, Excel, and Publisher.
  • Willingness to learn the proprietary programs for weekly collection accounting and Flocknote.
  • Welcoming and joyful attitude.
  • Willingness to work with parishioners and staff in a helpful and humble manner.

 

Compensation for this position is: $40,000.00 – $46,000.00 annually.
This position is full time with regular hours of Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 pm.
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
E: [email protected]
P: 914-591-7480

Church of St. Joseph Kings Park – Coordinator of Family Catechesis

ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK
Church of St. Joseph in Kings Park
Coordinator of Family Catechesis
April 2024

 

Reports to:            Pastor at Church of St. Joseph

Work Location:   59 Church St., Kings Park, NY 11754

Normal Hours:    40 hours per week with flexibility, including every Sunday and occasional events

 

Overview/Purpose:

This full-time parish position complements the parish Director of Evangelization. Collaboration between the two engages the faith formation of the general parish populous in a multi-faceted way. In the case of the Coordinator of Catechesis, the efforts will be primarily concentrated on parish families, children, and youth. The Coordinator of Catechesis will help foster a deepening understanding of the Faith and its principal tenets in an effort to ground and edify evangelization efforts that seek more broadly to encourage encounter with Christ. A major component to this effort is in the management and further development of the parish’s formal processes of formation for families with children of catechetical age as well as the sacramental preparation of children and youth in a manner that fosters a lived expression and practice of the Faith.

 

Responsibilities:

  • The Coordinator of Catechesis is a member of the pastoral staff, maintaining ongoing communication and collaboration with all other members.
  • Collaborate effectively with the pastoral staff and clergy, especially the Director of Evangelization and support staff, on the development of programs and processes that aid in the faith formation and sacramental preparation of the children, youth, and families of the parish.
  • Oversee the Faith Formation process including, but not limited to:
    • Phone calls and notifications to families and catechists.
    • Publishing of yearly calendar, curriculum, and special events.
    • Intake and processing of registration forms, various funds, and billing.
    • Processing of attendance, permanent records, and other paperwork.
    • Organizing catechetical sessions, workshops, and liturgies relating to faith formation and sacramental reception, including arranging for clergy or other qualified individuals to lead such events.
  • Recruit participants into the broader evangelization efforts in the parish, such as The 99 Experience, small groups, parish membership classes, and various parish ministries and apostolates.
  • Explore ways to enhance the overall family worship experience.
  • Help coordinate and oversee youth service opportunities.
  • Network with parishioners and families for the purposes of developing a more integrated faith community, especially during major parish events and feasts.
  • Commit to continued ministerial education through participation in workshops, seminars, etc.
  • Attend monthly deanery meetings and diocesan-wide events for catechetical leaders.

 

Qualities, Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Active Catholic in good standing and committed to the New Evangelization.
  • Minimum four-year degree with some background in religious studies or holder of various diocesan education certificates such as being a graduate of the PFI/School of Missionary Disciples.
  • Dedicated experience as volunteer or employee in parish or other catholic entity.
  • Safe Environment compliant.
  • Excellent administrative, organizational, and clerical skills.
  • Proficiency with computers, especially databases and Microsoft.
  • Ability to work with and integrate social and digital media within job functions.
  • Dynamic personality, able to adapt at the last moment and solve problems under pressure.
  • People skills centered on collaboration, networking, and event planning.
  • Preferred, but not required, background in education.
  • Preferred, but not required, experience as a catechist or parent who was/is active in own child’s faith formation.
  • Ability to manage groups of children and youth.

 

Position Conditions and Benefits:

  • Reimbursement for extra travel and/or work-related transportation expenses may be reimbursed according to parish policy.
  • Provided with adequate workspace and support.
  • Includes opt in for medical, dental, insurance, and other financial benefits.
  • Enrollment in diocesan 403(b) Plan with optional other deferred compensation.
  • Tuition discounts available at participating academic institutions and other free or discounted continuing education opportunities.

 

Compensation for this position is: $38,000.00 – $55,000.00 annually, depending on applicant qualifications.
This position is considered full-time and non-exempt from overtime.

Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and questions to Randi Hochenberger at [email protected]

The Oratory Parishes of Assumption and St. Boniface – Director of Parish Faith Formation

The Oratory Parishes of Assumption and St. Boniface
Director of Parish Faith Formation
April 2024

 

Overview/Purpose:

The Director of Parish Faith Formation (DPFF) implements the parishes’ faith
formation program in collaboration with the other members of the pastoral staff and
under the direction of the pastor(s). Overseeing adult, children’s, and college
student formation, the DPFF manages program content, volunteers, and budgets;
coordinates with other parish ministries and activities; and reports to pastor and
parish councils/committees as required.

 

Work Location:

Oratory Parishes
64 Middagh St,
Brooklyn, NY 11201

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Articulate a vision of faith formation and catechesis based on the major
    catechetical and evangelization documents of the Church.
  • Apply appropriate principles of human development.
  • Utilize appropriate methodologies of adult-centered and/or child-centered
    learning.
  • Implement or support a program of catechist formation according to diocesan
    norms.
  • Involve the family as an essential agent in the faith formation of children and
    adolescents.
  • Recruit volunteers to work together in a collaborative manner.
  • Use media and technology for effective program implementation.
  • Incorporate service opportunities and reflections in programs especially
    linking such opportunities to the fostering of peace and justice.
  • Initiate and maintain accurate records on students, families, and volunteers.
  • Manage diocesan safe environment program for all volunteers and staff.

 

Qualities, Education, Experience, and Skills:

  • Practicing Roman Catholic with a commitment to his/her own faith life.
  • Experienced in teaching the faith to adults and children.
  • Able to communicate with all age groups from varying cultural and social
    backgrounds.
  • Sensitive to controversial issues and able to respond according to Church
    teaching.
  • BA in Theology/Religious Education or a related educational field and/or a
    certificate in ministry or theology from a Catholic institution of higher
    learning.
  • Two to three years of recent catechetical/faith formation experience.
  • Proficient in the effective use of media and technology in faith formation;
    ability to learn and use new applications, such as Parish Data System
  • Highly organized and able to manage and prioritize tasks, projects, and
    resources in an efficient, effective, and collaborate manner.
  • Willingness to work on a flexible schedule.
  • Conducts oneself at all times in a manner which shall not bring reproach upon
    oneself or the parishes.
  • Job description is to be used merely as a guide of expectations rather than an
    exhaustive list of all duties and competencies. Requirements and skills are
    subject to change as our organizational needs evolve.

 

Compensation for this position is: $65,000 – $75,000.00 annually.
Most benefits, such as healthcare, go into effect immediately.
This position is considered full-time and exempt from overtime, with some flexibility to work remotely.

Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and three references to Fr. Anthony Andreassi at [email protected].

 

Holy Name of Jesus and St. Gregory the Great Parish – Evangelization and Faith Formation Administrative Assistant

ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK
Holy Name of Jesus and St. Gregory the Great Parish
Evangelization and Faith Formation Administrative Assistant
November 2023

FLSA Status:               Part Time, Non-Exempt

 

Reports to:                  Pastor, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Job Summary:

The Evangelization and Faith Formation Administrative Assistant plays a crucial role in supporting the overall mission of the Holy Name of Jesus – St. Gregory the Great Parish by providing administrative assistance to the Evangelization and Faith Formation Team.

This position requires:

  • strong organizational and interpersonal skills,
  • punctuality and attention to detail,
  • effective communication abilities, in both English and Spanish.

The successful candidate:

  • should be comfortable multi-tasking, working independently under general supervision while also being a collaborative team player.
  • should show commitment to the mission and values of HNJ-SGG Parish and enjoy being an active member of a team in a positive and joyful work environment.
  • Additionally, flexibility in working hours, including most Sundays, occasional Saturdays and evenings, is essential to meet the needs of the parish community.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Administrative Support:
  • Assist in the day-to-day administrative tasks of the Faith Formation program.
  • Greet, welcome and direct visitors, answer phone calls and emails, provide information and support as needed, handling routine questions about policies, events, etc.
  • Participate in staff meetings and staff prayer days.
  • Completes other duties, as assigned.

 

  1. Registration and Enrollment:
  • Manage and maintain accurate records of program participants and update databases accordingly.
  • Create forms, assist in the logistics of the registration and enrollment process for faith formation programs.
  • Collect and process registration forms, Sunday Mass attendance, and related documentation.
  • Provide information and support to parents and participants during the registration process.
  • Maintains volunteers and catechist contacts, files, and documents.

 

  1. Communication and Outreach:
  • Effectively communicate with parishioners, volunteers, and staff in both English and Spanish.
  • Respond to inquiries and provide information about faith formation programs and events.
  • Help with the development and distribution of newsletters, announcements, and promotional materials related to Evangelization and Faith Formation programs, including bulletin blurbs and Flocknotes.
  • Collaborate with the pastor, director and the parish leadership to maintain and update the parish’s website, Flocknotes and social media platforms with relevant content.
  • Proofread correspondence, marketing materials, and other items.
  • Assist in reaching out to potential program participants and volunteers.
  • Prepare and distribute program materials, schedules, and communications to participants, parents, and volunteers.

 

  1. Event Coordination:
  • Support the planning and execution of Evangelization and Faith Formation events, such as classes, workshops, retreats, and ceremonies.
  • Coordinate logistics, including venue reservations and overseeing its set-up and preparation as needed.
  • Manage materials preparation, supplies ordering, sign-ups for contributions, as needed.
  • Coordinate and manage work assignments for volunteers, building up a volunteer pool.
  • Assist in ensuring that events run smoothly and efficiently.
  • Coordinate appointments, meetings, and events related to faith formation programs.

 

Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience in office administration
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Excellent organizational, social, and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Fluency in both English and Spanish preferred.
  • Ability to multi-task and work autonomously.
  • Ability to be flexible and work well in a team.
  • Willingness and availability to work flexible hours, including most Sundays, occasional Saturdays and evenings events.
  • Marketing abilities, graphic design and video editing skills a plus.
  • Knowledge and use of Flocknotes a plus.
  • Proficient in MS Office 365 programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and online navigation and research.

 

Additional Requirement:

Willingness to work on any other assigned tasks as directed by the supervisor to contribute to the overall success of the parish, the Evangelization and Faith Formation programs and its mission. This position will undergo a 90-day training and assessment period, during which the candidate will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the responsibilities of the role and the parish’s operations. This period will also serve as a mutual assessment to determine the candidate’s compatibility with the team and the position. Guidance and support will be provided by the supervisor during this period.

 

Compensation range for this position is: $25,000 – $30,000 annually, depending on work experience and education. This is a part-time position of 29 hours per week.
This position is considered non-exempt and eligible for overtime. 

Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and inquiries to:
[email protected]

Campus Minister – Manhattan College

Archdiocese of New York
Manhattan College
4513 Manhattan College Parkway, Riverdale, NY 10471

 

Campus Minister

October 2023

Job Summary: Manhattan College is an independent Catholic, Lasallian institution of higher learning that embraces all faiths, cultures, and traditions. The mission of Manhattan College is to provide a contemporary educational experience that prepares graduates for lives of personal development, professional success, civic engagement, and service to their fellow human beings. The College pursues this mission through programs integrating a broad liberal arts education with a concentration in specific disciplines in the arts and sciences or professional preparation in business, education, and engineering. Manhattan College is seeking a Campus Minister to join the campus ministry team. This position reports to the Executive Director of Campus Ministry and Social Action with responsibilities that include planning, coordinating, and implementing the campus retreat program, RCIA program, Agape Latte and other lecture series, collaborating with religious figures from varying faith traditions, and supervising student work study students. Successful candidates will be interested in joining a team committed to supporting young adults and members of the Manhattan College community as they live out their faith. Candidates will have strong relationship building skills and experience in building strong relationships with other offices on campus.

A bachelor’s degree in theology, religious studies, religious education, or peace studies is preferred, as well as experience in collegiate Campus Ministry or a related field. The candidate must be highly motivated, creative, and committed to Catholic, Lasallian higher education. Candidates will have demonstrated an ability to effectively engage young adults and communicate the Catholic faith tradition in a collaborative environment. Desirable candidates will have the experience and ability to develop religious literacy and have fluency in diversity, pluralism, and inclusion. They should possess exceptional interpersonal skills and enthusiasm.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the LIFT retreats.
    • Oversee all programmatic elements including communication, financial, travel etc.
    • Recruit, select, train, develop and supervise student leaders.
    • Oversee recruitment, selection, training, education, and development of student participants.
    • Facilitate all spiritual and educational elements of program such as post-experience prayer and reflection.
  • Oversee, plan, and/or assist with the RCIA’s programmatic delivery.
  • Oversee and/or assist with various special CMSA projects:
    • Seasonal programs (i.e. charity collections), speakers, Agape Latte, Mission Month, post-graduate volunteer fair, tabling events
    • Prayer gatherings
    • Transportation vehicles
  • Act as a bridge with religious personnel from other faith traditions who work on campus
  • Participate regularly in the worship life of the college
  • Engage in discussions regarding the vision and priorities of Campus Ministry
  • Engage in events and programmatic planning that will enhance the Lasallian, Catholic nature of our campus
  • Attend staff meetings
  • Coordinate marketing for campus ministry activities (i.e. newsletter, fliers, social media)
  • Attend professional gatherings (i.e. Lasallian Formation programming, etc.)
  • Represent Campus Ministry at college functions, committees and activities as requested by the Director.
  • Confer regularly with the Executive Director, other department staff and other College personnel to plan, coordinate and evaluate activities/projects/programs, exchange information, investigate and resolve problems.
  • Maintain records and prepare reports pertaining to assigned areas of responsibility. This includes a regularly updated legacy/succession report.
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Supervision Provided:

Administrative and functional supervision of student work study students and graduate assistants

 

Supervision Received:

All supervision is received from the Executive Director of Campus Ministry and Social Action

A completed application, cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references are required in order to be considered for this position.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Practicing Roman Catholic in good standing who loves and is knowledgeable about CIT, CSJT, and Lasallian charism
  • Education and/or experience in pastoral ministry, spirituality, social justice, or a closely related field
  • Capacity for developing and sustaining effective relationships with administrators, faculty, staff, and students as well as a variety of off-campus community partners
  • Candidate should be a self-starter with the ability to multi-task and handle multiple, ongoing projects simultaneously
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Excellent working knowledge of social media and marketing
  • Excellent computer skills especially in Microsoft Office and Google Drive
  • Valid US Driver’s license
  • Will require some weekend work

 

Compensation range for this position is $50,000 – $55,000 annually (based on 10 months).

 

Interested candidates can apply directly through the following link:

https://inside.manhattan.edu/offices/human-resources/jobs-administrator.php

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