Director of Family Life
Archdiocese of Hartford – Bloomfield, CT
Posted: October 18, 2018
The Director of the Family Life Office for the Archdiocese of Hartford will educate and be a resource to all parishes regarding the promotion and enhancement of marriage and family life. The office is responsible for the development and provision of services pertaining to significant phases in the lives of the Catholic faithful in the Archdiocese of Hartford. The office is also responsible for the Archdiocesan Common Policy for Marriage Preparation and ministry to culturally diverse married couples.
Duties and responsibilities will, in part, include, the administration and monitoring of all family life programs with attention to the effective response to all parishes, ministries, and community groups. Also, coordinate, oversee, and supervise the Engaged Couples Conferences and Engaged Encounter Weekend programs throughout the Archdiocese and coordinate and support Natural Family Planning Programs for married and engaged couples.
Qualified candidates must have a knowledge of church teachings on marriage and family, and have exemplary communication skills, both oral and written, as well as the ability to educate adults in small and large group settings. In addition, experience in pastoral ministry, at the diocesan level or equivalent, is preferred.
A MS/MA Degree in theology, marriage and family ministry, religious studies, or related fields and five or more years of supervisory experience is preferred.
All candidates must have a thorough knowledge of and appreciation for the Roman Catholic faith and traditions, as well as a familiarity with its structures, functions, and institutions.
To obtain a full copy of the position description or submit a resume and cover letter, please send an email to: email@example.com.
Department of Property and Assets – Archdiocese of Hartford
Posted: October 12, 2018
A full-time position exists for a Project Manager who will support the overall mission of the Archdiocese of Hartford and more specifically the Department of Property and Assets by providing resources and support in the areas of real estate advisory services, project management, property management, capital budgeting and planning, energy conservation, construction and renovation project management and risk management.
The duties and responsibilities of the position will include, but are not limited to the following: provide real estate advisory services including coordinating appraisals, leases, listings and disposition of properties; coordinates, monitors, and inspects work performed for assigned projects as owner’s representative of the Archdiocese of Hartford and parishes when required; reviews contract documents, architectural drawings and specifications in order to maintain familiarity with assigned projects and insure construction contractor’s full understanding of documents; acts as a liaison between architect and contractor; conducts on-site observation and spot-checks of work in progress to ensure contract compliance; provides reports, as required, on all on-site matters, including third-party inspections, progress, safety concerns, and causes for delay; insures the maintenance of job-site files, documents, reports, and daily logs; prepares periodic reports for parish, Archdiocese and architect, as required.
Qualified candidates must possess an Associate’s degree in architecture, engineering, or construction/project management, construction technology, building science or related field and a minimum of 10 years of related management experience in building construction or project management in capacity such as clerk of the works or project manager, or a Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of related experience.
The ability to have a working knowledge of building components and systems and have a knowledge of construction materials, means and methods and have a knowledge of applicable state and federal building codes.
To obtain a full copy of the position description or submit a resume, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Assistant – Archives
Archdiocese of Hartford – Hartford, CT
Posted: October 9, 2018
The Archives of the Archdiocese of Hartford has an opening for a part-time Office Assistant who will work closely with the Archivist to preserve and administer the historic and artistic collections of the Archdiocese of Hartford.
This position is a part-time position (twenty-eight hours per week) and the duties will include, but are not limited to: assisting with the daily operations of the Archives with a future focus on maintaining the Reading Room; performing limited research; working with microfilm, rare books, and other original and fragile materials; standard clerical and administrative responsibilities; welcoming guests and researchers; and, assisting the Archivist with collection filings and recordings. Additional duties will include reception desk coverage.
Qualified candidates must possess strong oral and written skills as well as competent computer skills including MS Office or equivalent.
An Associate’s degree with an interest in the field of archives and/or library science, is preferred. In addition, one to three years of experience working with archival and/or library collections, records management theory and practice, is preferred.
To submit a resume or request a copy of the position description, please email your resume to: Karen.Kean@aohct.org.
St. Timothy Church – West Hartford
Posted: September 19, 2018
St. Timothy Church has an opening for a part-time (20 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.
Please submit your resume by October 1st to: email@example.com.
Marketing and Communications Manager
The Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus – Hamden
Posted: September 18, 2018
The Office of Mission Advancement is seeking a full-time Marketing and Communications Manager.
Qualified candidates should be proficient as a graphic designer who will oversee the design and production of all print and electronic communications and marketing materials including content management, photography, design, layout, writing and editing.
Additionally, candidates should have familiarity and commitment to the charism of the Apostles and the Roman Catholic mission, core values, and practices.
A minimum of a Bachelor Degree required (graphic design, communications, marketing, journalism, public relations, business administration, etc.); Master’s degree is preferred.
Candidates may email a resume to Sr. Colleen Smith, Director of Mission Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org or call for more information at 203-281-2562.
Executive Director of The Connecticut Catholic Conference
Office Location – Hartford, CT
Posted: September 5, 2018
A full-time Executive Director is needed for The Connecticut Catholic Conference, which is the public policy office of the Catholic Church in Connecticut. The Conference is the vehicle for speaking with a united voice, informing and advocating on important issues that promote the good of the Church and the common good of all people. The Conference also provides educational outreach and understanding through grassroots engagement with the Catholic faithful and like-minded groups.
Major responsibilities of the position will include, but not be limited to: the building and the maintaining of relationships with Connecticut Legislative and Executive Branch officials in order to provide a working mechanism for education and advocacy of the Catholic Church’s public policy views; general managerial and administrative supervision of the operation of the Corporation and to direct and coordinate the activities of the Corporation in the furtherance of its purposes; keeping The Board of Directors informed of legislation upon which some action may be required; creating and overseeing robust outreach programs to educate the Catholic faithful on the public policy issues confronting the Church and to assist clergy and laity with appropriate teaching materials in support of this task, through collaboration with Catholic educational and fraternal organizations; and, creating and overseeing a grassroots advocacy mechanisms to engage the Catholic community and like-minded groups to support the mission of Church in the public square.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in political science or a related field (or equivalent work-related experience), is required. Juris Doctorate, is preferred.
Qualified candidates must be a practicing Catholic and knowledgeable of Catholic social teachings and committed to a consistent ethic of life.
The position of Executive Director is required to be eligible to be registered as a lobbyist with the CT Office of State Ethics.
To obtain a full job description, or submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements, please email: Karen.Kean@aohct.org.
Deadline for submissions is October 12, 2018.
Holy Trinity Church – Hartford
Posted: September 4, 2018
An opportunity exists for a part-time clerical office assistant who has the ability to work three hours a day for two days (total of 6 hours per week).
The ideal candidate will perform routine office duties, such as: data entry, census updating, and general office duties.
Qualified candidates must possess basic office experience with knowledge of Microsoft Office. Exceptional computer skills and general office experience, is required.
Interest applicants should submit a resume to: email@example.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