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Title Ozanam Center Program Manager
Categories Administrative Openings
Location St. Vincent de Paul, Cincinnati, OH
Job Information

St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati’s Ozanam Center for Service Learning fosters communities of compassion, understanding, and justice through the engagement of individuals in service, education, and reflection. SVDP is seeking a mission-driven, action-oriented individual who is passionate about issues of faith, service, and social justice for the role of Ozanam Center Program Manager.
 
Qualifications:
1. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience—preferably in field of service learning, human services, nonprofit leadership, volunteer coordination or faith and social justice-related field.
2. Excellent administrative, organizational and interpersonal skills required.
3. An ability to communicate well orally and in writing; the ability to effectively relate to people of different cultural and economic backgrounds in person and in group settings is essential.
4. A desire and proven ability to lead a dynamic and cooperative team is necessary. Prior supervisory experience a plus.
5. Applicants must be VIRTUS certified or achieve VIRTUS certification prior to start date.
6. A working knowledge of Catholic Social Teaching and an openness to fostering the spirituality of St. Vincent de Paul is desired.
 
Application Information:
More information on our organization is available at SVDPcincinnati.org.
 
Candidates should forward current resume & cover letter, reference contacts, and salary expectations to:
Maura Carpinello
Director of Service Learning
Society of St Vincent de Paul, Cincinnati District Council
1125 Bank Street
Cincinnati, OH 45214-2130
mcarpinello@SVDPcincinnati.org

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Date Posted 2019-01-03


Title Major Gifts & Planned Giving Officer
Categories Administrative Openings
Location Glenmary Home Missioners, Cincinnati, OH
Job Information

The Glenmary Home Missioners seek a proven development professional to secure and raise funds through the procurement of major gifts and the management of planned gift programs such as annuities, charitable trusts, bequests and grants. College degree preferred. Five years of experience of practical experience in development with a working knowledge of planning giving instruments. Familiarity with fundraising software and windows applications.
 
The successful candidate must be able to develop an annual plan for identification, cultivation and solicitation of major and planned gifts. Must be able to maintain and foster relationships with donors to determine the best way to secure their giving capacity. Coordinate fundraising efforts and the annual Father Bishop Legacy Society event. Regular frequent travel required outside of normal work location to meet with Glenmary supporters throughout the country.
 
Glenmary Home Missioners, founded in 1939, is a Catholic society of priests and brothers who, along with coworkers, are dedicated to establishing a Catholic presence in rural areas and small towns of the United States where the Catholic Church is not yet effectively present.
 
Inspired by the vision of society founder Father William Howard Bishop, Glenmary missioners and lay coworkers strive to:
• Serve the spiritual and material needs of those living in some of the most impoverished counties in the South and Appalachia.
• Proclaim and witness to the Good News of Jesus Christ and the power of God’s love, mercy and justice.
 
Submit your resume and cover letter to Michael Schneider, Glenmary Home Missioners, P.O. Box 465618, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 or apply via email at mschneider@glenmary.org . No phone calls please.

Date Posted 2019-01-02


Title Director of Video Content
Categories Administrative Openings
Location Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Job Information

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati seeks a skilled videographer and creative storyteller. This individual will be responsible for producing a significant ongoing stream of engaging and inspiring short-form videos – identifying and telling stories that bring to life the beauty, goodness, and truth of the Catholic faith – to be used online, in social media, and as media releases. The ideal candidate will be a passionate Catholic with demonstrated excellence in all aspects of video storytelling.
 
The qualified candidate would regularly collaborate with the Director of Communication & Mission Promotion, the Director of Media Relations, and the Editorial Director of The Catholic Telegraph to determine areas of strategic priority for which video storytelling is needed; proactively identify stories in areas of strategic priority by collaborating with the various offices of the Archdiocese, seminary, parishes, schools, and religious communities; efficiently capture these stories in short-form video (from :15 to 5:00, as appropriate for the intended use) for use at events, in presentations, by the Director of Media Relations, by other Archdiocesan offices, and by The Catholic Telegraph digital team; ensure equipment is maintained; interact with other Archdiocesan venues (e.g. seminary, parishes, schools, cathedral) and religious communities to ensure high-quality video capture of important stories.
 
We are seeking a practicing Catholic in good standing with comprehensive knowledge of the Catholic Church, including structure and doctrine; a communications, marketing, videography, or related degree and 3+ years of work experience in media or media relations who stays current on video production trends/tools; an engaging storyteller and skilled videographer capable of identifying the compelling story and capturing it on video; creative conceptual thinker and influencer of people; demonstrated excellence in all aspects of video storytelling – scripting, lighting, sound, interviewing, shooting, editing.
 
To apply send cover letter, resume, link to video portfolio, and Employment Application to: The Department of Human Resources, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply by email to: humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org. Application deadline is January 31, 2019.
 
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*Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and VIRTUS requirements.

Date Posted 2018-12-17


Title Editorial Director
Categories Administrative Openings
Location Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Job Information

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati seeks a forward-looking change agent with a penchant for curiosity and adventure. The ideal candidate is a strong, collaborative leader who understands how to acquire, create and present beautiful, compelling content. This person will have the opportunity to reimagine and transform The Catholic Telegraph, with its nearly 190 years of brand equity, into a multi-platform communication engine to better engage today’s Catholics. The new Catholic Telegraph will educate, inspire, and create a sense of community that welcomes Catholics and ignites in them a passion for living and sharing their Catholic faith.
 
The qualified candidate will be tasked with reimagining The Catholic Telegraph to more effectively engage today’s Catholics, and lead the implementation of the new vision. This will include collaborating with relevant subject matter experts, setting the editorial and creative direction, creating (with help from Finance) the business case, and developing (with help from Human Resources) the right staffing and outsourcing plan.
 
The Editorial Director should possess the following qualifications: A practicing Catholic in good standing with comprehensive knowledge of the Catholic Church, including structure and doctrine; passion for the Catholic faith; knowledgeable about the teaching and history of the Catholic Church; at least 10 years’ experience in the publishing industry, with at least 5 years’ of editorial experience; familiar with all publishing software and applications; excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
Please send letter of interest, resume and Application for Employment to: The Department of Human Resources, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply by email to: humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org. Application deadline is February 28, 2019.
 
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*Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and VIRTUS requirements.

Date Posted 2018-12-17


Title Director of the Office for Divine Worship & Sacraments
Categories Administrative Openings
Location Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Job Information

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati is seeking to fill the position of Director for the Office of Divine Worship & Sacraments. The Director of the Office for Divine Worship & Sacraments is responsible for the ongoing liturgical formation and renewal of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
 
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Below is a list of some of the duties & responsibilities. Please click to view the full job description.
 
1. Plans/implements special projects as directed by the Archbishop (i.e. Light is On for You, Jubilee Year of Mercy, Outpouring, Year of the Eucharist, Year of Paul, etc.); researches and provides answers to liturgical questions of Archbishop, clergy, and lay persons; reads and comments on new liturgical documents at the Archbishop’s request; prepares and responds to letters/emails of a liturgical nature, including those at the request of the Archbishop.
2. Oversees special projects related to new liturgical rites/norms/decrees (i.e. General Instruction of the Roman Missal, preparation for the Roman Missal, Third Edition, Redemptionis Sacramentum, Summorum Pontificum, Order of Matrimony, other rites of the Church).
3. Oversees the writing and publishing of archdiocesan liturgical ministry resources/publications: Celebrating Marriage, Preparing Funeral Liturgies, Eucharistic Adoration and Exposition Guidelines, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: A Parish Formation Program, A House of Salvation and Grace, Church Musician Employment & Salary Guidelines, Guidelines for Purchasing a New Organ, and others as needed.
4. At the request of the Archbishop, oversees development of diocesan liturgical guidelines; upon approval, communicates them to priests, deacons, and parish communities.
5. Chairs the Archdiocesan Worship Commission and its sub-committees with the exception of: Environment and Art (Chair Rev. Ryan Ruiz, Director of Liturgy for the seminary who has ultimate authority in these matters), Music (Mr. Anthony DiCello, Archdiocesan Director of Music). Does Chair: RCIA Consultation Group, Revitalizing Sacramental Ministry; collaborates with committee chair persons, develops meeting agendas and attends meetings of the Worship Commission and its standing sub-committees; provides liturgical formation programs as advised by the Worship Commission and its sub-committees.
6. In collaboration with the seminary Director of Liturgy (Rev. Ryan Ruiz – ultimate authority under the Archbishop) who chairs the AOC Environment and Art Committee, reviews architectural plans for new church buildings or renovations with pastor, liturgical designer, and architect; communicates recommendations to the Archbishop and ultimately to the pastor; upon request by the pastor, visits parishes and provides consultation on church building projects; assists parishes with questions regarding the dedication liturgies.
7. Regularly communicates any upcoming events, liturgical announcements, and new guidelines with pastors, deacons, pastoral ministers, and parish members through Clergy Communications, AOC Worship Office web page, Worship Office monthly e-newsletter, mailings, and social media.
 
The Director of the Office for Divine Worship & Sacraments should possess the following qualifications: a minimum of a SLL, a STL in Sacramental Theology/Liturgy, or a Master’s degree in Liturgy or Liturgical Studies with pastoral experience at the diocesan or parish level; working knowledge of the Church’s liturgical documents; excellent communication skills, written and verbal; the ability to work with clergy, pastoral ministers and the lay faithful; the ability to develop necessary programming to meet the liturgical needs of the Archdiocese; proficient in Microsoft Office and uses modern communications technology.
 
Please send letter of interest, resume and Application for Employment to: The Department of Human Resources, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or apply by email to: humanresources@catholiccincinnati.org. Application deadline is January 25, 2019.

*Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and VIRTUS requirements.

Date Posted 2018-11-20


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