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Career Opportunities2020-01-31T16:29:34+00:00

Executive Assistant

Hartford Bishops’ Foundation – Bloomfield, CT

 

An exciting opportunity exists for a full-time Executive Assistant who will provide administrative support to the Chief Development Officer and the Hartford Bishops’ Foundation.

The executive assistant will perform administrative functions, keeping complex records and will serve as a liaison to the Board of Directors in addition to coordinating the scheduling of all Board and Board sub-committee meetings.   Working with minimal supervision, the incumbent will make independent decisions (within the scope of the position) and will be involved with frequent new and varied work situations.  Contacts and conversations within the scope of the position will primarily involve confidential/sensitive matters necessitating discretion.

The successful candidate will be a creative, strategic, goal and team-oriented employee that will thrive in a competitive philanthropic environment.

A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with five years of experience, and prior experience in a fundraising environment, is preferred.

Fluency in Microsoft Office (especially Microsoft Excel) and database management is required; a working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge software, is preferred; and, an ability to embrace and work collaboratively in a highly challenging and visible work environment and possess excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills.

The ability to meet deadlines and work in a fast paced environment while maintaining a high level of organization and productivity, as well exemplary written, verbal, and interpersonal skills, are important aspects of this position.

The ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends, as needed, is required for this position.

Interested applicants should submit an updated resume to:  karen.kean@aohct.org.

 

Stewardship and Volunteer Coordinator

Ss. Isidore and Maria Parish – Glastonbury, CT

Ss. Isidore and Maria Parish is looking for a coordinator to promote and cultivate parishioner engagement.  This role would work with existing ministries to deepen their connection and sense of mission, as well as assisting new groups to form with greater intentionality, purpose, and structure.  In addition, the coordinator would help to match parishioners seeking to offer their time or talents with a ministry best suited to them.  The coordinator would also discern which tools/programs might be beneficial and support or enhance our unique gifts and talents.

Duties will include, but not be limited to; working with existing parish ministries; support the development of new ministries and their connection into parish life; developing a means to ensure that people who wish to volunteer are easily connected to an opportunity, whether new or existing parishioners; working with the communications coordinator on how best to promote ministry events or recruitment opportunities; developing a plan to gather and organize information on the gifts and talents of parishioners to better connect people to opportunities to serve; and, helping parishioners  to identify gifts and talents they have and share them

A BS degree in a related field is preferred, as well as a minimum of two years of experience working with the Catholic Church or a non-profit organization in a stewardship, development, alumni relations, event planning, or donor relations role.  Candidates must have a deep appreciation for the Catholic faith.

Candidates should possess good organizational skills and have the ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of competence.  The ability to manage a flexible work schedule, excel in verbal and written communications, work independently and creatively and thrive in a collaborative working environment are all requirements of the position.

To request a full job description or to submit a letter of interest and an updated resume, please contact Melissa Lacafta at: melissa@isidoreandmaria.org.

Director of Religious Education

Holy Infant Church – Orange, CT

The Director of Religious Education will administer a parish wide catechetical program overseeing the Faith Formation of children numbering over 600, with their families.  The parish comprises 2,200 families on the Church census.

Duties will include, but not be limited to; the designing of catechetical programs which support lifelong learning and conform to the National Catechetical Directory (NCD), Archdiocesan guidelines, parish needs and contemporary culture; develop a coordinated approach toward total parish religious education, i.e., faith development through catechesis on all levels; and, direct the implementation and on-going management of the total parish religious education program.

Qualified candidates must be extremely knowledgeable with technology and have the ability to utilize Microsoft Office, and have strong organizational and leadership skills.

Candidates must have the social skills necessary to collaborate and recruit catechists and communicate the teachings of the Church and have an understanding and pastoral approach when working with children and parents.  The position will require creativity and self-motivation.  This is a part-time position working approximately 20 hours per week.

Candidates should have a Master’s Degree in Theology/Education and/or teaching/administrative experience in faith formation or in a Catholic School.  Competitive  salary commensurate with education and experience.

To apply for this position please send an updated resume and two recent letters of recommendation to Father Norman Brockett at email:  fr.brockett@aohct.org.

Infant/Toddler Teachers

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Little Saints Daycare – Waterbury, CT

Little Saints Daycare within the Parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel has several openings for part-time teachers for its infant/toddler programs.

Successful candidates are required to have a background in early childhood education and/or early childhood development.

Positions are available for the following hours:

Monday – Friday 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Monday – Friday 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Teachers must be able to nurture and teach young children from the ages of 6 weeks to 3 years of age.

Pay rate will be commensurate with education/experience.

For additional information please contact Kristin Guerrera – Daycare Director at email: kguerrera@olmcwtby.com. You may also call the Daycare at: 203-755-8278.

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

St. Junipero Serra Parish – South Windsor, CT

Saint Junipero Serra Parish is seeking a part-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry. The hours for this position are flexible, with some evening and weekend hours, which are required.

The Youth Minister will focus on ministry to teens in grades 9-12, involving elements of religious catechesis, community service and prayer, as well as lead the Confirmation program.

Applicants must be a practicing Catholic, with a Bachelor’s degree in religious studies, youth ministry, education, or a related field. Three to five years of experience in working with youth, is preferred.

This position requires a Virtus-trained, faith-filled, enthusiastic, nurturing and collaborative individual.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to: business@southwindsor.cc

Clinical Office Assistant/Patient Navigator

Malta House of Care, Inc. – Hartford, CT

Malta House of Care, Inc. is a mobile medical clinic that has been providing high-quality, compassionate, free primary health care to thousands of uninsured adults in Greater Hartford since 2006.

Malta House seeks an English and Spanish speaking Medical Assistant/Patient Navigator to support patient care at the Malta House of Care Mobile Medical Clinic. This is a full-time position, reporting to the Medical Director of the Malta House of Care Mobile Medical Clinic.

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: registering patients at office and clinic sites; translating at patient registration, intake, and for providers, as needed; manage patient referrals for specialty provider visits and care; communicate to patients and providers any significant delays in obtaining appointments; book appointments for outpatient tests and procedures; communicate with patients to ensure appointments are kept, instructions understood, and questions answered.

Additional duties will include scheduling urgent diagnostic tests at clinic for next day and communicate well with patients to ensure appointments are kept and questions are answered.

Qualified candidates possess a high school diploma or GED; must be fluent in English and Spanish; the ability to communicate in Portuguese is highly desirable.

This position will require a highly organized individual who is adept at multi-tasking and who has a passion for Malta’s mission.

To submit a letter of interest and resume, or to request a copy of the complete job description, please email Maria Beltramello, Director of Operations at: mbeltramello@maltahouseofcare.org.

Bilingual Administrative Assistant

Malta House of Care Foundation/Malta House of Care, Inc. – Hartford, CT

Malta House of Care, Inc. is a mobile medical clinic that has been providing high-quality, compassionate, free primary health care to thousands of uninsured adults in Greater Hartford since 2006. And the Malta House of Care Foundation is the fundraising arm for the Clinic.

A part-time position currently exists for a bilingual (Spanish and English) Administrative Assistant to provide essential clerical support to both the Malta House of Care, Inc. (MHC) and Malta House of Care Foundation (MHCF). This position will report to the Director of Operations of the Malta House of Care, Inc.

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: serving as the “first face” of Malta, admitting and welcoming visitors; accepting and processing mail and package deliveries; answering and directing all phone calls, taking and delivering messages; and, maintaining files both electronic and hard copies.

Additional duties will include proving administrative support to the MHC Medical Director, the Director of Operations, and the MHCF Executive Director, as well as serving as the main Malta contact with Clinic sites as well as with IT, phone, banking, insurance, van, building maintenance, and other vendors.

Qualified candidates must possess a high school diploma or GED, have a master of Microsoft Office Suite and have the ability to multi-task while providing a high level of quality. Good Customer service skills are required. Two years of office experience, preferably in a medical office, is preferred.

To submit a letter of interest and resume, or to request a copy of the complete job description, please email Maria Beltramello, Director of Operations at: mbeltramello@maltahouseofcare.org.

Organist St. Augustine Church – Hartford, CT

St. Augustine Church has an opening for a part-time organist for two masses per weekend, as well as other Solemnities of the liturgical calendar, weddings and funerals, as needed.

Qualified candidates must possess a knowledge and appreciation of Catholic Musical Tradition and appreciation of Catholic Liturgy that coincides with the church calendar and choral directions. Expected skills are the selection and performance of adequate organ preludes and postludes and improvisation of music to accompany the liturgical action, as needed.

To submit a letter of interest and resume, please email Reverend Thomas Walsh at: Fr.Walsh@aohct.org.

Call Center Assistants

Catholic Cemeteries Association (CCA) – Wallingford, CT

The Catholic Cemetery Association (CCA), of the Archdiocese of Hartford, has part-time positions available for its new call center located in Wallingford, CT.

If you have a pleasant phone voice and don’t mind making outbound calls, in order to ask a few survey questions, the CCA has a position you may be interested in.

We are looking for individuals who will make outbound phone calls to households within the Archdiocese of Hartford, to ask 5 to 8 survey questions.

The position is flexible in terms of hours, but most of the calls would be made between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. and individuals may work up to twenty hours per week.

Basic computer skills are a necessity for the position. This is not a temporary position and does not have a set duration of employment.

If you are interested in learning more about this position, please email, Suzanne Camire: scamire@ccacem.org , or call us at 203-780-8402.

Custodian Church of Saint Patrick – Farmington, CT

Church of Saint Patrick has an opening for a part-time custodian who will work approximately 18-20 hours per week with a flexible work schedule that may include evenings and weekends.

The custodian will provide cleaning and maintenance of the church buildings (church, parish office and rectory) and grounds. Additional duties will include, but are not limited to; providing set-up and cleaning services for all church functions; cleaning all areas on a daily basis; vacuuming carpets and entryway rugs, emptying trash cans; sweeping and wet mopping floors, clean, sanitize and stock restrooms, utilizing proper cleaning techniques, and general custodial duties.

The custodian will also assist in the opening, closing, and security of the church and parish office buildings. During inclement weather, the custodian will be responsible for maintaining entrances and related walk areas.

Qualified candidates must have prior custodial and maintenance work experience and have the ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of organization.

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact: office@stpatsfarm.org

For additional information about the position or to request a full job description, please call the Parish Office at (860) 677-2639 weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management

East Catholic High School – Manchester, CT

East Catholic High School has a full-time opening for a Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management, reporting to the Head of School. This position will provide services essential to the mission of East Catholic and be responsible for enrollment management and the recruitment and retention of students via a comprehensive marketing program designed to reach and exceed enrollment/retention goals. The director will be part of a collaborative executive team committed to the long term enrollment strategy.

Responsibilities will include developing a marketing plan for enrollment management which is then refined through input from the head of school, members of the executive team, and enrollment committee. Other duties will include, but not be limited to; establishing long-range and short-term goals and implementing strategies and actions to reach such goals; coordinating with the marketing and communications department to reach enrollment, financial, and mission-related goals of the school; recruiting students, faculty and parents to support the enrollment management of the school; providing outreach and marketing to a wide range of constituencies including the Foundation for the Advancement of Catholic Schools, public, private, charter and magnet schools, churches, and religious education groups; and, enhancing and overseeing the student visit and tour programs to support the goal of increased enrollment.

Qualified candidates are required to possess a BS/BA degree in a related field and three to five years of experience in the leadership of a successful enrollment and recruiting process in an educational institution, or other comparable related experience, is required.

Candidates must also have a demonstrated ability to work with a broad constituency and to coordinate a high volume of diverse assignments and possess superior interpersonal, organizational, and managerial skills.

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and updated resume to:

Mrs. Valerie Mara, East Catholic High School, 115 New State Road, Manchester, CT 06042. You may also email your information to: goguenm@echs.com.

Elementary Catholic School Principal

St. Bridget School – Cheshire, CT

St. Bridget School in Cheshire is seeking committed, energetic, visionary principal candidates interested in leading the school into the future.

The principal will direct the implementation of the academic and spiritual mission of St. Bridget School in grades Pre K through 8th, in its daily operations, activities, and programs. He/she will oversee school staff and provide a safe, productive environment for learning. In addition, serve as the instructional leader of the school, fostering excellence in teaching and learning across all curricular and co-curricular programs and activities. The ideal candidate will have a vision for Catholic schools; entrepreneurial spirit, passionate commitment, ability to inspire, understanding of servant leadership, commitment to social justice, patience and flexibility, appreciation for lifelong learning, skills in empowerment/delegation, valuing of persons and relationships.

Successful candidates must possess, at a minimum, the following qualifications: Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Roman Catholic Church; Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited college/university; Previous experience as a school administrator, is desired.

Recently retired elementary school principals who have the above required qualifications are welcome to inquire about candidacy.

Interested candidates should contact Office of Education, Evangelization and Catechesis via Linda Serafin linda.serafin@aohct.org, 467 Bloomfield Avenue, Bloomfield, CT 06002, or you may call (860) 242-5573.