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Maintenance Worker/Custodian

Cathedral of Saint Joseph – Hartford, CT

Posted:  December 5, 2018

The maintenance worker/custodian will provide cleaning and light maintenance for the parish buildings and grounds and will support the custodial staff, as needed.

Duties will include, but are not limited to: performing minor maintenance of the Rectory, Cathedral, and other parish buildings; changing Cathedral ceiling lights; performing light carpentry work and minor repair work on the campus, as needed; providing general assistance as needed by setting up tables and chairs; collecting trash and the disposal of trash; setting up for parish events such as weddings, funerals, etc.

Qualified candidates must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent and three or more years of maintenance experience.  Experience in working on heating and cooling systems is a plus.

Candidates must also possess standard mechanical skills; have successful work experience in minor repair work such as carpentry and painting; have experience in implementing a cleaning plan for a facility including sweeping, dusting, washing and waxing; and have a general knowledge of janitorial applications.

To submit a resume, please email to:  karen.kean@aohct.org.


Data Administrator

Archdiocese of Hartford – Bloomfield, CT

Posted:  November 29, 2018

The Office of Development has an opening for a full-time Data Administrator who will be responsible for managing the Development Office’s Access Database system, including all aspects of the database.  It is the responsibility of this position to provide accurate mailing lists to vendors for mailings in addition to updating the database with information of pledge processing provided by outside vendors.  In addition, the Data Administrator makes independent decisions (within the scope of the position) and is involved with new and varied work situations.

Duties will include, but are not limited to:  the management of the Access Database for the Archdiocese of Hartford; management of the gift processing and pledge redemption process for fundraising campaigns and the annual giving program, including serving as a liaison to third party vendors; overseeing the entry of donor records and existing donor files and Archdiocesan parishes; lead augmentation and clean-up of existing data sources prior to Access entry and ensure constituent data is fresh, current, and as enhanced as possible to ensure the most effective use of all the information available; liaison with the Archdiocese of Hartford offices (IT, Finance, etc.), parishes, and vendors to define and document information requirements and drive the development of the business processes and workflows; and, implement and manage the business and technical processes and workflows associated with the Access database system; additionally, manage all business solutions including database maintenance, training, user adoption, and customization.

A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is preferred as well as a Mastery knowledge of Access database platform and basic knowledge of Raiser’s Edge.

To obtain a full copy of the position description or submit a letter of interest and resume, please send an email to:  karen.kean@aohct.org.


Project Manager

Archdiocese of Hartford – Hartford, CT

Posted:  November 28, 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.

Duties will include, but are not limited to: providing real estate advisory services including coordinating appraisals, leases, listings and disposition of properties; seeking critique of real estate process from participants and interested parties and recommends improvements to process based on feedback and implements changes as approved; reviews permission requests and associated contract documents, architectural drawings and specifications to ensure compliance with the Archdiocese’s permission process; acts as liaison between parish, architect, contractor, appraiser, broker, sacred goods vendor, and attorney, as required; provides reports as required on all matters pertaining to property and asset administration; and, reviews invoices submitted by architects, contractors and others.

A Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of related experience or equivalent qualifications, is required.  Additionally, experience in the real estate management field, is preferred.

Qualified candidates should possess a working knowledge of building science, have the ability to work and communicate with contractors and vendors, have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and have the ability to successfully multi-task.

Good oral and written communication skills and ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships and good computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office are requirements of the position.

To obtain a full copy of the position description or submit a letter of interest and resume, please email:  karen.kean@aohct.org.


Archdiocesan Magazine Editor

Office of Communications – Hartford, CT

Posted:  November 8, 2018

The Office of Communications has an opening for an Archdiocesan Magazine Editor, who will act as a point of contact between the Office of The Archbishop of Hartford, Office of Communications and Public Relations, Archdiocesan Offices, Parishes, Schools, and related agencies, concerning issues including content planning, scheduling/upkeep of editorial calendar and scope of new content, and will attend and contribute to all content-related meetings and discussions.

In this full-time position, the editor will further manage the editorial budget and be responsible for the recruitment and oversight of freelance writers and work with FAITH Catholic staff and designers. The editor will follow the standards set by the Archbishop of Hartford, or his designate.

Duties will include, but are not limited to: working with diocesan officials to define editorial direction, voice and content of the diocesan magazine to be consistent with generally accepted editorial standards; oversee and manage the editorial budget;  outsourced content and special projects; maintain final review of each publication to ensure high-quality content of the publication, including both print and digital versions; track content quality and maintain consistency and integrity of editorial voice; and, generate story ideas, research and write for special sections, supplements and pages.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, English, or a related field is required, in addition to five or more years of experience in hands-on writing, editing, and publication.

Knowledge and experience in writing and/or editing Catholic-focused content, is preferred.

Qualified candidates must be familiar with the position of the Church about issues that are central to stories and have the ability to articulate that position in such stories.  Also important is a knowledge of advertising and the ability to manage content and sales, including recruitment of content sponsors and advertisers.

To obtain a full copy of the position description or submit a letter of interest and resume, please email:  karen.kean@aohct.org.



St. Francis of Assisi – New Britain, CT

Posted:  November 8, 2018

St. Francis of Assisi Parish has an opening for a part-time housekeeper to provide cleaning services for approximately 15-20 hours per week.

The ideal candidate will perform routine housekeeping duties such as; dusting, vacuuming, laundry, and general housekeeping for the parish rectory, offices, church building and Newman House.

Qualified candidates must possess standard cleaning and laundry skills; possess a general knowledge of maintenance duties related to cleaning supplies and their applications, strong organizational skills, attentiveness to detail, good interpersonal skills, ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of organization and productivity, the ability to keep inventory of supplies, and have the ability to perform outlined tasks with minimum supervision.

A High School Diploma or equivalent is required, as well as a valid driver’s license.  Previous housekeeping experience, is preferred.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a cover letter to Reverend Michael Casey fr.casey@aohct.org.


Youth Minister

St. Francis de Sales – Bristol, CT

Posted:  November 8, 2018

St. Francis de Sales parish has an opening for a part-time youth minister who will mentor the next generation of worshipers within the Catholic Church.  This position will allow you to use your God-given abilities to inspire children and teens within the parish to grow in their faith and serve their community.

The parish is offering a unique opportunity for someone to directly impact the growth of the parish by coordinating activities that will lead our children closer to fulfilling God’s will in their lives.

Duties will include, but are not limited to:  fostering an ongoing relationship with children ranging in age from Baptism to Confirmation; coordinating curriculum for the Children’s Liturgy; planning exciting outings, retreats and outreach events for our “Teens in Action” youth group; teaching our parish youth how to listen for and discern God’s will within their lives; empowering our youth to confidently go out into their community and share the Gospel; maintain youth presence on our parish website; and, instructing our youth in Bible Study and Roman Catholic Doctrine.

Qualified candidates are required to possess the following attributes:  creativity, patience, humility, persistence and a sense of humor; a steadfast membership in a Catholic Parish; knowledge of Catholic teaching/doctrine; a passion for teaching, mentoring and leading youth; and, respect for Catholic morals and the ethical teachings of the Church.   Experience in pastoral ministry at any level is a plus.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to: Connie Cordone  connie.cordone@gmail.com.


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:  karen.kean@aohct.org.


Office Assistant

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:  fr.jacobs@aohct.org.


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