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Catholic Campus Minister for the University of Hartford

Archdiocese of Hartford – Hartford, CT

Posted:  June 25, 2019

The University of Hartford Catholic Campus Ministry has an opening for a part-time Campus Minister who will, along with the Campus Ministry Chaplain, will be responsible for developing and maintaining a vibrant campus ministry, by integrating authentic, engaging Catholic practice seamlessly into the academic life of the institution, with the ultimate goal of forming engaged/intentional Christian disciples. This individual will strive to create a safe and comfortable environment where students can break away from the rigors of academic life and come to be replenished through fellowship, prayer, faith formation and missionary outreach. The campus ministry environment should serve as a sanctuary that brings balance, peace and solace to those thirsting for a deeper meaning and purpose in their lives.

The campus minister will exercise a “ministry of presence” by being available on campus at least 25 hours per week and maintaining posted office hours based on student schedules.  In addition, the campus minister will determine effective ways to partner with the Campus Chaplain in service to students; oversee and/or facilitate  a campus-based RCIA program; assist with sacramental preparation for those students who request it; oversee the Newman Center, including the provision of support and training to the Newman Center board in topics such as; leadership, programming and budgeting, as appropriate, and establish and maintain relationships with the Vocation Office of the Archdiocese, as well as with officers of the institution, especially the Office of the Chaplain and the Office of Student Affairs.

In addition to addressing the spiritual needs of the community, Campus Ministry encourages participation in various community service projects.  Some past events include a Relay for Life team, clothing drive, playing with Hartford school children at the Catholic Worker House, working at the St. Justin’s Food Pantry, as well as participating in various programs put on by the University’s Community Service department.  Working with the Newman Club to organize social activities throughout the year to foster community within the group or just to have fun! Some of these events include special 2nd week activities for new students, movie and game nights, bowling, holiday parties, hiking, and much more.

This position will require a Bachelor’s degree in pastoral ministry, religious studies, or a related field.  A comprehensive knowledge of and appreciation for the teachings and the structure of the Roman Catholic Church and experience working with young adults in a campus and/or parish setting.  A minimum of three years of experience is preferred.

To submit a letter of interest, resume, or to request the full job description, please email:  Karen.Kean@aohct.org.

 

Canonical Administrative Assistant

The Archdiocese of Hartford – Bloomfield, CT

Posted:  June 24, 2019

An opportunity exists for a full-time Canonical Administrative Assistant.

The Canonical Administrative Assistant will perform confidential duties and keep complex records as well as report on specific Canonical cases, as assigned.  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.

This position will be a critical link between the Chancellor and the Judicial Vicar as well as the Vicar General/Moderator of the Curia and the Archbishop.  Contacts and conversations will involve confidential/sensitive matters necessitating discretion and confidentiality.

Duties will include, but not limited to: Procurator/advocate for parties and assist them in preparing statements and compiling evidence for the first instance court or North American appellate courts; draft various letters, petitions and briefs for parties in a case; provide canonical ghostwriter services to assist in drafting defender briefs and judicial sentences to be checked and verified by the Judicial Vicar; drafting statutes or decrees for those in the Archdiocese or a religious community within the Archdiocese, as requested.

Additional duties will include, update and compile the information for The Official Catholic Directory (Kenedy Directory) and the Directory database which will include all approved group rulings for additions to the Directory; collect data for the annual statistical questionnaire for all reports for Rome and The Official Catholic Directory; Dispenses the dates of Archdiocesan collections data in the National Collection System (USCCB); and, update and maintain the Archdiocese of Hartford database/directory by keeping abreast of all clergy appointment changes, parish/school changes related to address and phone numbers, and all relevant parish contact information.

J.C.L. is required for this position and five years of relevant experience, is preferred.  This position will require a Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.

This position will require excellent computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office.  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.

For a copy of the full job description, or to submit a letter of interest and resume, please email:  Karen.Kean@aohct.org.

 

Director of Religious Education

St. Gianna Parish – West Hartford, CT

Posted:  June 24, 2019

St. Gianna Parish has a part-time position immediately open, for a Director of Religious Education to oversee its religious education and enrichment programs.

The Director is responsible for, but not limited to; administering the religious education program, recruiting/training/managing adult volunteers and staff, reaching out to the parents of children in the program to strengthen them in their faith, supporting the parish’s adult formation efforts, and also encouraging outreach efforts both to parishioners and the community at large.  Additionally, this will entail preparation for Baptism, RCIA, Confirmation, First Holy Communion, Penance, and youth ministry.

Candidates must be a practicing Catholic with a commitment to the teachings of the Church.  He/she should also possess strong organizational skills, working knowledge of sacramental preparation programs, some familiarity with Generations of Faith, and a capacity to relate with all age groups.

Preference will be given to candidates with an academic background in religious education and theology, as well as several years’ experience in the field.

The hours of the position are flexible, as the work will vary from traditional daytime business hours to evening and weekends.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to:

Rev. Joseph Devine, St. Brigid Church Rectory, 1088 New Britain Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06110, or by email to: karla@saintgiannaparish.org.

 

Parish Secretary

St. Justin – St. Michael Parish – Hartford

Posted:  June 18, 2019

St. Justin – St. Michael Parish has an opening for a part-time (28 hours per week) Parish Secretary.

The Parish Secretary is responsible for providing secretarial and related office services for the Pastor and for other parish staff and ministries, as directed. This position is the initial point of contact for church members or visitors when calling or visiting the Parish office.

Duties will include, but are not limited to; general secretarial support of the parish; maintaining record-keeping and filing systems; computer and internet work; updating the parish website; phone and reception duties; and well as other office related duties.

Qualified candidates must have strong written and verbal communication skills as well as excellent computer skills, utilizing Microsoft applications.  Qualifications include professionalism, hospitality and a high degree of confidentiality, as well as the ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of organization and productivity, as well as exemplary written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.  The ability to update and monitor the Church’s website, is preferred.

Please submit your resume and letter of interest to: sandie.stjustin@yahoo.com.

 

Family Service Advisor

Catholic Cemeteries Association – North Haven, CT

Posted:  June 11, 2019

Looking for a meaningful job serving families? Catholic Cemeteries Association of the Archdiocese of Hartford, is seeking individuals that have previous sales experience and strong customer service skills.

This full-time sales position involves making cemetery arrangements and advising families on advanced planning for cemetery products and services. Candidates should enjoy making presentations and guiding families to an informed decision on important end-of-life decisions.

A minimum of two years sales and customer service work experience, is required.

In addition, this position will require; excellent communication skills (outbound/inbound phone calls and group presentations); excellent time management skills and goal setting skills; comfort level working in a performance based environment; ability to serve families in a professional, respectful and timely manner; ability to work and make decisions under pressure; be detail oriented with a willingness to learn and grow.

Excellent compensation for motivated individuals which includes: Salary plus commissions, performance incentives, health and retirement benefits.

Please email a letter of interest and current resume to: scamire@ccacem.org.

 

Call Center Assistants

Catholic Cemeteries Association (CCA) – Wallingford, CT

Posted:  June 11, 2019

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, please call us at: 203-780-8402.

 

Director of Music Ministries

Saint Junipero Serra Church – South Windsor, CT

Posted:  June 5, 2019

Saint Junipero Serra Church has an opening for a full-time Director of Music Ministries.

The Director of Music Ministries will collaboratively work the pastor and pastoral staff in planning liturgies, maintaining budgets, and creating worship aids for liturgies.

Qualified candidates must have the ability to be well versed in playing the organ and the piano, leading choral singing at the regular parish liturgical celebrations, including but not limited to, weekend liturgies, First Holy Communion, Confirmation, Triduum, Christmas, weddings and funerals, as well as various non-weekend liturgies including Holy Days of Obligation and Prayer Services.

Additional duties will include the direction of all choral groups in the parish, including an Adult Choir, Contemporary Youth Choir, as well as Concert and Holiday Choirs.

Qualified candidates must have a high degree of proficiency of music and choir direction attested to by formal credentials and a personal performance audition as well as a thorough knowledge and appreciation of the Catholic Church’s liturgical tradition as well as current liturgical practice.  Experience with traditional and contemporary music is imperative for success in this position.

Salary will be commensurate with education, experience, and level of expertise.

To request a full job description, or to submit a letter of interest and resume, with three references, please contact: fr.baranowski@aohct.org.

 

Advanced Practice Nurse in Primary Care and /or Family Medicine

Malta House of Care Office and Mobile Medical Van

Posted:  June 4, 2019

Malta House of Care, Inc. (MHC) 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. The Clinic operates with a small paid staff and a group of approximately fifty dedicated medical volunteers. The Clinic is supported 100% by philanthropy; the Malta House of Care Foundation partners closely with the Clinic to raise the funds needed for its operation and to establish and oversee long-term policies.

Malta House of care seeks a full time, experienced Advanced Practice Nurse (APRN) in Primary Care and/or Family Medicine.

Responsibilities will include; providing direct patient care in our mobile van or office, with a typical patient load of 7-12 patients per clinic session. At times, some sessions are in the Malta Offices in the morning prior to going out to the clinic sites.

Additional duties will include discussing lab/x-ray/ultrasound results and a plan of action for follow-up care; reconciling medications and reminding patients to refill their medications in a timely manner, discussing any impediments with patients that may keep the patient from getting labs, x-rays, or their medications to improve their health; and, developing a treatment plan and work with our volunteers and staff (nurses, diabetic educator, health coach, medical assistants and the medical director), as needed.

For a copy of the full job description, or to submit a letter of interest and resume, with two letters of reference to: Executive Director Michelle Murphy at:    mmurphy@maltahouseofcare.org.

 

Security Ambassador

Pastoral Center – Bloomfield, CT

Posted:  June 4, 2019

The Pastoral Center has several openings for part-time (per-diem) Security Ambassadors.  The hours of this position are variable and will include days, evenings and weekends.

The Security Ambassador is the initial contact person for staff and all visitors to the Pastoral Center.  Responsibilities will include providing professional, courteous and effective service when welcoming staff and visitors to work, meetings, and events and will assist in providing a safe and secure environment at the Pastoral Center.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to; monitoring security cameras and conducting safety and security tours of the facility and parking areas, assisting with meeting space set-up, assistance with audiovisual equipment, and issuing visitor badges.

Candidates must possess good computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office, and have the ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of organization and productivity, as well as exemplary written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.

Qualified candidates must have a High School Degree or equivalent and two to five years of experience in reception and/or security duties.

To request a job description or to submit a letter of interest and resume, please email:  karen.kean@aohct.org.

 

Manager

Catholic Cemeteries – Bristol, CT

Posted:  June 4, 2019

The Catholic Cemeteries of Bristol has the full-time position of manager available.

The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to; developing and implementing cemetery management policies and procedures; provide training and resources for the cemetery staff; supervise maintenance, grounds and administrative personnel.  In addition, the manager will oversee all operations in the cemeteries and   will review, evaluate and make recommendations on all maintenance activities; direct field employee/crew leaders in the maintenance of gravesites, roads, and grounds.  Analysis and approval of all expenditures, in coordination with the Pastor, will be an important function of this position.

The manager will work in coordination with funeral directors, veterans’ organizations and local military installations, for the conduct of military honor services.

The manager will work on long-range planning, staffing and equipment needs and will need to closely work with suppliers, architects, contractors, company officials, and plumbers, to plan and oversee major projects.

An important part of the position will be establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with veterans’ organizations, church leaders, and funeral directors.

The manager may also supervise sales staff or sell burial lots for pre-need and at-need patrons.

Cemetery management experience, is preferred.

Please submit a letter of interest and resume to: parishoffice@stjosephbristol.org.

 

Bookkeeper

Christ the Bread of Life Parish – Hamden, CT

Posted: May 29, 2019

Christ the Bread of Life Parish has an opening for a part-time Parish Bookkeeper, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (25 hours per week).

The parish bookkeeper will provide day to day fiscal and operational services as well as computer input/output services, in addition to budgetary compliance.

Additional duties will include the preparation of payroll and payroll tax reporting, preparation of bank deposits and recording transactions, reconcile parish books, and prepare financial statements utilizing QuickBooks.  The bookkeeper will also work with the Pastor in preparation of the annual budget.  Attendance at finance council meetings, may be necessary from time to time.

Candidates must possess good computer skills in Microsoft Office as well as QuickBooks.  In addition candidates should have a demonstrated ability to set priorities and organize work effectively and efficiently including developing and maintaining effective record-keeping systems

An AS Degree in Accounting or Finance, is required, as well as three to five years of hands-on bookkeeping experience.

Please submit your resume and letter of interest by June 5, 2019 to: Fr.Anyanwu@aohct.org.

 

Director of Operations

Malta House of Care, Inc. – Hartford, CT

Posted:  May 29, 2019

Malta House of Care, Inc. (MHC) 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. The Clinic operates with a small paid staff and a group of approximately fifty dedicated medical volunteers. The Clinic is supported 100% by philanthropy; the Malta House of Care Foundation partners closely with the Clinic to raise the funds needed for its operation and to establish and oversee long-term policies.

Malta House seeks an experienced executive to join the team as the Clinic’s Director of Operations, responsible for the daily decision-making and management of the human and financial resources supporting the mobile medical clinic. The Director of Operations will work closely with the Clinic’s Medical Director and will collaborate with the Executive Director of the Malta House of Care Foundation (MHCF). This is a full-time, exempt position, reporting to the Chairman of the Malta House of Care, Inc. Board.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to; financial management including the management of payroll, development and management of the budget, preparation of financial statements and assessments, in addition to the collaboration with the Medical Director on the on-going assessment of staffing needs.

Additional duties will include personnel management, and office, van, and clinic site management, as well as collaboration with the Board of Directors and clinic relationships.

This position will require a Bachelor’s Degree and eight to ten years of experience, preferably in the health care industry.

This position will require a highly organized individual with an outstanding attention to detail and strong computer skills.

For a copy of the full job description, or to submit a letter of interest and resume, please email Michelle Murphy at:  mmurphy@maltahouseofcare.org.

 

Parish Secretary

St. Justin – St. Michael Parish – Hartford

Posted:  May 23, 2019

St. Justin – St. Michael Parish has an opening for a part-time (28 hours per week) Parish Secretary.

The Parish Secretary is responsible for providing secretarial and related office services for the Pastor and for other parish staff and ministries, as directed. This position is the initial point of contact for church members or visitors when calling or visiting the Parish office.

Duties will include, but are not limited to; general secretarial support of the parish; maintaining record-keeping and filing systems; computer and internet work; updating the parish website; phone and reception duties; and well as other office related duties.

Qualified candidates must have strong written and verbal communication skills as well as excellent computer skills, utilizing Microsoft applications.  Qualifications include professionalism, hospitality and a high degree of confidentiality, as well as the ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of organization and productivity, as well as exemplary written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.  The ability to update and monitor the Church’s website is preferred.

Please submit your resume and letter of interest to: sandie.stjustin@yahoo.com

 

To reach the Human Resources Department please contact:

Karen Kean, Director of Human Resources

Email address:  Karen.Kean@aohct.org

Telephone Number:  860-541-6491