Work Schedule: Primarily night and weekend hours. Should be on call any time a conference is in session.
Positions Supervised: Youth Outreach Graduate Assistant, Students
The Spring Coordinator for Youth Outreach will directly assist the Associate Director of College Ministry for Youth Outreach in planning and preparing for the Benedictine College Youth Conferences, help manage the end of year tasks of the Youth Outreach Teams, and assist the MLT in the student hiring process.
Attend weekly Marketing Meetings and manage the Marketing Calendar for BCYC to ensure things stay on track.
Attend BCYC Committee Meetings
Meet weekly with the BCYC Team Coordinator
Has excellent written and oral communications skills:
Communicates with outside constituents in preparation for the summer including parents, registrants, youth ministers, and speakers.
Communicates with internal constituents in preparation for the summer including the marketing and events management teams as well as the BCYC Summer Missionaries.
Writing and updating Youth Outreach Checklists and Job Descriptions
Preparing and ordering Youth Outreach supplies and materials including t-shirts, water bottles, and binders
Recruit participants for BCYC Encounter through phone calls, e-mails, and letters
Design BCYC Encounter Booklets and Youth Nights
Assist MLT with student hiring
Coordinate the distribution of BCYC Scholarships
Communication, Oral – Excellent oral communication skills in large group settings and one on one.
Energetic – Ability to sustain irregular hours working with college students. Must be able to seek out and engage students.
Leadership – Ability to mentor students through relationships - with the ability to affirm men and women in their identity and vocation in the world; to identify strengths and weaknesses in students and foster their personal development; and to lead others using a Christian-servant style of leadership
Organization and Planning – Ability to structure multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and keep inventory. Ability to plan, staff, direct, and control work tasks and events.
Problem Solving – Ability to think through strategic issues and develop innovative solutions to problems.
Team Building – Ability to build and maintain team cohesion and goal accomplishment. Must have an interest in building a dynamic campus community.
Applicants for this position should have a minimum of two years of higher education experience in teaching, college ministry, youth ministry or related field.
Please submit a cover letter and an application for employment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Incomplete application material will not be considered.
Catholic Charities is looking for a Chief Development Officer to join the Development & Marketing team in Denver.
Please visit our website at https://jobs.ccdenver.org/chief-development-officer/job/10397772 to view full job duties and responsibilities.
Directs and coordinates activities for all fundraising, marketing, and communications functions. Responsible for developing and leading division programs, services, staff and resources to achieve goals. Prospects, develops, and interacts with high net worth donors in an effort to build and grow an engaged and supportive benefactor community.
Directly supervises gift officers, marketing, communications, events and donations staff.
Demonstrated ability in successfully planning, organizing and directing the work of fundraising/ development staff to accomplish objectives
Demonstrable history of personal fund-raising success and closing major gifts.
Ability to develop, implement and maintain efficient and effective processes
Proven experience in accurately managing Raiser’s Edge database
Ability to effectively lead and motivate staff through application of Agency values
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and written, with others from diverse backgrounds
Knowledge of appropriate techniques and practices for the client population.
Ability to interact effectively as a team member and independently with Agency staff and with a diverse client base.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Master's degree (MA/MS) or equivalent from accredited university in business, management or related field; and six to ten years related experience and/or training in fundraising or donor development or equivalent combination of education and experience.
As a principal messenger for conveying to others the values and social teachings of the Catholic Church as they relate to Catholic Charities, must be a fully initiated Catholic in the communion of the Catholic Church and/or intentionally living out the five precepts of the Church (CCC 2041-2043). Must also refrain from public promotion or approval of, or the living out of, any conduct or lifestyle that would reflect discredit or disgrace on, or cause scandal in relationship to, the Archdiocese of Denver, or considered to be in contradiction with Catholic doctrine or morals.
Full time position 40 hours/week
We conduct background checks as part of our hiring process.
Our benefits include 3 PPOs to choose from with 90% of employee's premiums Agency paid. We currently pay 75% of dependents. Also: dental, vision, Paid Annual Leave, retirement Plan with generous agency match, life insurance, St and Lt disability.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
LifeWay Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is directly involved in the global movement against human trafficking by providing safe housing for its victims, and education to the general public. Lifeway was started in 2007 by Sister Joan S. Dawber, lauded numerous times in recent years for her opposition to and abolishment of Human trafficking. Lifeway Network (Lifeway) has an annual operating budget of approximately $1 million, and a staff of eight full-time and 1 part-time employee. LifeWay envisions a world in which human trafficking is abolished and every survivor is strong, free, and connected. Lifeway is one of only two organizations in the New York Metro area specifically providing safe housing for women survivors of human trafficking, and the only organization providing safe housing to survivors of both labor and sex trafficking, domestic or foreign-born. Lifeway’s unique community living model is at the center of its Safe Housing Program and offers a safe home by welcoming each woman into a supportive, caring community of permanent residents. This host community helps her recover from trauma, regain a sense of self-worth, and enables her to move from isolation towards reclaiming lost independence.
The Opportunity -
The Executive Director (ED) is the Chief Executive Officer of Lifeway and reports directly to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for Lifeway's mission and financial objectives. S/he oversees all functions of the leadership team which include the safe housing and educational program, as well as the development, finance, human resource and strategy functions. Also required is a deep understanding of social service motivated by a faith foundation, principles of Catholic social teaching, and upholding the established core value code for this program. The Executive Director is a full-time position.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest to email@example.com.
Nominations and confidential inquiries made to:
The Angeletti Group
17 Village Road - PO Box 188
New Vernon, NJ 07976
REPORTS TO: Managing Editor
DEPARTMENT: National Catholic Register
LOCATION: Washington, DC
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Assistant News Editor is responsible for monitoring the news and generating story ideas, taking stories pitched by editors and writers, and once approved, assigning the stories to staff writers or freelancers as appropriate. Tracks the assignment to completion and serves as the editor responsible for getting the story to print/online in a timely manner.
:• Research, plan and write articles assigned by the news editor in consultation with the editorial team; on average three stories weekly.
• Conduct interviews and follow up with sources in person, over the phone or via email, as needed.
• Participates in weekly editorial meetings on a regular basis
• Proactively pitches compelling, timely and newsworthy stories, demonstrating knowledge of current events, Catholic news and the Register’s audience.
• Employ creative solutions to common story problems, such as trouble reaching sources, tight deadlines, lack of art, etc.
• Assists in selecting, preparing and posting daily wire stories, writing short news blogs or assisting social media upkeep, as requested
• Assists in production tasks, such as editing, proofreading, headline writing, and posting content, as requested
• Attends events to cover assignments or to keep abreast of industry trends and technologies
• Additional duties as assigned by the Managing Editor
:• A practicing and committed Catholic, in the full communion with the Catholic Church
• Familiarity with contemporary social, political, and religious issues, and basic liberal arts formation in theology, philosophy, and history
• Capacity for analyzing events in relationship to the teachings of the Catholic Church
• 3-5 years’ experience in Journalism or Communications, with emphasis on news writing, blogging and social media
• Excellent writing, editing and organizational skills
• Knowledge of and ability to follow standard journalistic practices, particularly accuracy, honesty and fairness
• Ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple assignments simultaneously
• Ability to work with sources, colleagues, advertisers and readers diplomatically
• Knowledge and application of AP Style and CNS Style
• Experience operating a digital SLR camera and taking news-quality photographs
• Experience operating audio and video recording equipment and software
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer and email applications is required
• Experience in using basic Web site content management system
• Flexibility to find quick solutions to problems; and an awareness of trends
• Flexibility on work schedule; some nights and weekends required
• Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, especially Photoshop, is strongly desired
• Ability to travel
:• Undergraduate degree in communications, English, journalism, liberal arts or related field
The President will report directly to the Board of Trustees. She/he will be responsible for all external relations, fundraising, fiscal health, and day-to-day operations, as well as setting the overall vision for the school.
The next President must have a keen appreciation of the values and traditions of Catholic doctrine and moral teachings. The successful candidate must be a strategic and visionary thinker with a transparent, collaborative leadership style. She/he must be an articulate and inspiring communicator, a successful fundraiser, and a seasoned, responsible financial manager. The President is the chief spokesperson for the school, provides visible, personal leadership to the school community and articulates and promotes the school to all external constituencies.
The President will:
• Serve as the CEO and act as Head of School, providing strategic direction and oversight of the school’s academics, spirituality, fiscal health, advancement opportunities, enrollment management, physical plant and supervisory operations.
• Ensure the Catholic mission of the school is developed and promoted among stakeholders including the Principal/faculty, admissions office, and college placement office.
• Collaborate with the Board of Trustees, Director of Advancement, and advancement staff to develop strategic relationships with a goal to secure increasing philanthropic revenues.
• Cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of current and prospective alumnae and parent donors; create strategic action plans for top prospects with the intent of deepening relationships on behalf of the school, leading to increased comprehensive giving, including annual, capital, and deferred gifts.
• Strengthen the school’s external relations through programming, affinity groups, vibrant community relations, and constituent outreach to effectively message MRHS’s brand, values, and reputation for excellence across current and prospective stakeholders.
• Provide leadership in the cultivation and solicitation of key donors.
• Manage long-term planning for the school including institutional advancement, capital funding and facilities, and institutional resources.
• Serve as the primary liaison between the school and the Board of Trustees.
• Direct the process by which the school arrives at its statements of vision, mission, and philosophy; implements the process by which these are periodically reviewed.
• Ensure the fiscal health and viability of the school through sound financial stewardship and integrity.
• Prepare the annual school budget in collaboration with the finance committee and the Principal and supervise its implementation.
• Direct and oversee the completion of capital improvement projects, purchase of capital equipment.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations and confidential inquiries made to:
The Angeletti Group
17 Village Road - PO Box 188
New Vernon, NJ 07976