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DIOCESAN POSITIONS
DIOCESAN JUDGE (Full-Time/Exempt - Catholic Pastoral Center, Colorado Springs, CO)

Location:  Catholic Pastoral Center (Colorado Springs, CO)

Date Open:  OPEN NOW

Date Closed:  Open Until Filled (Start As Soon As Practical)

Pay Range:  $65,000.00  - $68,000 per year

Benefits:   Full Time employees eligible for health, vision and dental coverage; receive holiday pay and earn discretionary time off; may participate in employee pension plan.

 

Job Description:  

General Purpose: In a spirit of collaboration and charity, to further the spiritual and religious mission of the Diocese of Colorado Springs by assisting the Judicial Vicar by acting as Tribunal Judge performing duties such as reading, researching law, preparing Definitive Sentences and ruling in matrimonial cases.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Intake of new petitions for a declaration of nullity:  Act as first point of contact with petitioners.  Determine case type.  Explain process, requirements, and rights of the parties.  Receive new formal petitions – read and analyze, create report identifying potential grounds, and decide whether to accept or reject case.

  • Research: Research canon law, Rotal jurisprudence, Papal allocutions, Apostolic Signatura responses and more for support of Judge’s role.  Enter, catalog, and maintain research for easy access.  Write law sections for Definitive Sentences in scholarly manner so that law section is tailored to the circumstances of the case.
  • Definitive Sentence:  Compose Definitive Sentences or voti.
  • Make voti of every case.
  • Formal cases:  Offer advice to petitioners regarding witnesses to include or exclude in given case.  Evaluate witness testimony as presented, requesting additional witnesses, or other documentation, as necessary.  Participate in judicial exams, as needed.  Coordinate all appeals of negative decisions.
  • Pauline cases: Responsible for the instruction of Pauline cases, including receiving of petitions, creation of letters and decrees for Bishop’s and Judicial Vicar’s signatures, collection of witness testimony, etc.
  • Petrine and Non-Consummatum cases:  Responsible for all cases being sent to Rome.  Coordinate and communicate with petitioners’ processes and requirements.  Ensure case instruction is in accordance with norms.  Create letters and decrees for Bishop’s and Judicial Vicar’s signatures, collect witnesses’ testimony, coordinate and facilitate reports from the Defender of the Bond, Instructing Judge, and Bishop.  Organize cases according to Roman standards, photocopy, bind, and send cases to Rome.
  • Perform other administrative duties as needed and under the direction of the Judicial Vicar.

    Minimum Requirements:

          Education:   License in Canon Law (JCL).

          Experience:  Minimum of three years of Tribunal work required.  Reading proficiency in Latin, a plus.  Must be a Roman Catholic in good standing.

                Other background demonstrating application of the following knowledge, skills,
          and abilities:

          Bilingual in English/Spanish highly preferred for this position

          Knowledge and expertise in Canon Law.

            Ability to work faithfully within Church magisterium and canonical process.

            Knowledge of Catholic Church and its organizational structure.

            Knowledge of the process for a declaration of nullity.

            Ability to communicate effectively both orally and written. Ability to actively listen to others.

            Ability to conduct library and internet research.

            Ability to present information in a clear and concise manner.

            Ability to be non-judgmental, and sensitive to the personal and spiritual needs of clients.

            Ability to maintain the confidentiality of highly sensitive information.

            Ability to prioritize and self-direct workload, to be organized, and to work with strict deadlines.       

            Ability to communicate with others with tact, sensitivity, diplomacy, and compassion.

            Ability to handle difficult or angry clients, while maintaining composure.

To Apply:  Please complete the Diocese Job Application (found on this page - right - under "Related Documents" column).

Send completed applications and resumes to HR@diocs.org

For further information or questions, please contact Human Resources at the Catholic Pastoral Center:  719-636-2345

PARISH POSITIONS
PARISH AUDIO/VIDEO MANAGER - ST. PETER (MONUMENT, CO)

Job Title:  Parish Audio/Video Manager (Part-time, approximately 20 hours a week; mostly weekends and Catholic Church holidays.)

Location: St. Peter Catholic Church, 55 Jefferson Street, Monument, CO, 80132 

Date Open: April 5, 2024

Desired Start Date:  As soon as practical.

Pay Range:  $21.00 - $24.00 per hour.

Benefits:   Part time employees earn discretionary time off.

 

Job Description:  Primary duty is to maintain and manage the audio and video equipment for St. Peter, the school and Parish Hall facilities.

1. Weekends and as needed church audio operations. 

2. Displaying power point slides during Masses on weekends and as needed. 

3. Operating streaming system as needed.

4. Maintaining good condition of the school audio/video equipment.

5. Operating audio/video systems in the school as needed

6. Maintaining good condition of the Parish Ministry Center audio/video equipment

7. Operating audio/video systems in the parish Ministry Center as needed

8. Other related to the job description responsibilities 

Requirements:

Knowledge of the Catholic Church liturgy

Good computer skills

Audio/Video equipment operation and maintenance skills

Good knowledge of web based software 

Applicant need to be familiar  with Microsoft and Apple software 

Applicant must be a good "team player” and flexible with time.

Must be available on weekends and major Catholic Church holidays.

 

To Apply:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Father Gregory at: ggolyzniak@diocs.org

 

 

 

DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY - ST. PAUL (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO)

Location:  St. Paul Catholic Church (Colorado Springs, CO) Full Time Position (Non-Exempt/40 hours per week)

Date Open:  Open Now

Date Closed:  Until Filled

Pay Rate:  $15.35 - $16.80 per hour

Benefits:  Full Time employees eligible for health, vision and dental coverage, receive holiday pay and earn discretionary time off; participate in employee pension plan.

Job Description for Director of Youth Ministry 

Job Titles Supervised: Volunteer Adult Youth Leaders, Volunteer Teen Mentors, Volunteer Catechists for all Youth Ministry Programs, Contracted Program Speakers/Retreat Leaders/Music Ministers, and volunteer members of Youth Ministry Board.

General Purpose: Responsible for developing a parish based pastoral ministry with junior high, high school and young adult youth in the faith community, including Confirmation preparation, make-up preparation for the Sacraments of Initiation and RCIA adapted for Youth, and organizing and facilitating high school youth group activities. Provides for formal catechesis and invites and enables youth to serve others. Develops close communication with and mutual support from families of youth, parish community, pastoral staff and diocesan personnel.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Program Development

• Find and Coordinate volunteers to teach and help Confirmation, high school programs

• Establishes relationships with middle school-high school and push them to discipleship

• Develops Confirmation (both in the school and at the parish), High School Youth Group, and make-up Sacraments of Initiation & RCIA adapted for Youth programs

• Reviews, selects and acquires suitable curricula/materials for formational programs that reflect the guidelines of the diocese and parish, as well as the National Catechetical Directory, Renewing the Vision and the USCCB Conformity Listing of Catechetical Texts and Series

• Plans, coordinates, and implements retreats at each program level

• Develops a relationship with parents that foster open communication between parents & youth

• Invites and assists in training youth as liturgical ministers for parish community liturgies

Recruitment and Training of Leaders

• Recruits, trains, assigns, and monitors adult team leaders, teen mentors, catechists and board

• Actively supports and promotes diocesan efforts/classes for volunteer catechist certification

• Defines the responsibilities of each volunteer position; serves as an advisor and mentor; monitor volunteers’ efforts; provides for their enrichment and appreciation

• Publicizes education and support systems for volunteers, parents and students

Administration

• Develops and maintains youth ministry budget

• Maintains accurate records according to parish and diocesan policies

• Determines and enacts effective means for publicizing & promoting youth activities

• Submits periodic reports and meets regularly with supervisor detailing activity/programs

• Initiates procedures for gathering data & evaluating all aspects of the parish’s ministry to youth

• Schedules and maintains yearly calendar through appropriate staff person; oversees proper use and maintenance of facilities; supervises youth events and activities

Communication

• Attends parish staff meetings and diocesan youth ministry meetings

• Is aware of community agencies and resources that interface with youth

• Time to transition from Old Youth Minister to current

This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for making compensation decisions.

Minimum Requirements:

Education: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Theology or related field. Be familiar with USCCB documents, National Catechetical Directory and Renewing the Vision. Have Youth Ministry Certification or B.A. degree emphasis in Youth Ministry.

Experience: 2 years of experience in Roman Catholic youth formation, preferred but not required

Other background demonstrating application of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

• Practicing Roman Catholic centered in the faith of the Vatican II Church

• Ability to collaborate and communicate with parents, families, parishioners, parish pastoral staff, support staff and diocesan personnel to ensure an integrated approach to youth ministry

• Ability to maintain personal and authoritative boundaries

• Enthusiastic, high energy and ready to meet students where they are at

Commitment to:

• Overall parish welfare and development, including building community

• Care of personal prayer life and spiritual development

• Openness to continued professional and theological educational and spiritual formation

• Attendance at staff meetings and applicable diocesan meetings

• Becoming an active member of the parish community

This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for making compensation decisions.

To Apply:  Please submit Parish Job Application, resumes, and references to Amanda Pinterpe  at amandat@stpaulcos.org  Parish Applications can be found on this page under the Related Documents column.

 

FACILITIES TECHNICIAN - AVE MARIA CATHOLIC CHURCH (PARKER, CO)

Job Title:  Facilities Technician (Full-time; 40 hours/week)

 

Location: Ave Maria Catholic Church (Parker, CO)

 

Date Open: 03/17/2024

 

Desired Start Date:  As soon as possible

 

Pay Range:  $20-$22 per hour.

 

Benefits:   Full Time employees eligible for health, vision and dental coverage, receive holiday pay and earn discretionary time off; may participate in employee pension plan.

General Purpose:  Variety of maintenance tasks:  Landscape, carpentry, minor electrical, plumbing, and painting.  Provide support in the upkeep and maintenance of the Church and School facilities. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 •         Ensure the safety of yourself, the clergy, staff, students, parents, parishioners and visitors by following the safety guidelines at all times

•         Stay up to date with Virtus and the Virtus Coordinator at all times

•         Perform light maintenance, repairs and special projects as needed, including light electrical (Example: changing light bulbs, replacing light fixtures, ballasts, outlets and switches), carpentry, replacing ceiling tiles, repairing equipment and facility to include plumbing fixtures, plumbing, and making emergency repairs in a timely manner

•         Keep Sanctuary and bathrooms cleaned and sanitized between Masses on Saturday and Sunday

•         Complete necessary set-up, take-down and cleaning associated with events and functions.  This may include wall partitions, tables, chairs, etc. Move and maintain office furniture and equipment when needed.

•         Painting/staining to include interior and exterior work when needed.

•         Perform demolition during renovation, as required.

•         Keep sidewalks free of debris and snow (occasionally before and after hours, as needed)

•         Plow snow in parking lot, clear sidewalks, walkways, entrances, basketball courts, and field of snow and ice. Spread ice melt on entrances, sidewalks and walkways. Be available for early arrival for snow removal. (4:00am)

•         Clear entryways and walkways to make sure walkways are clear of debris.

·         Ensure the sprinkler system is operating properly to include startup in Spring and shutdown in Fall

·         Maintain attractive grounds including fertilizing, mow, trim, and rake lawn, plant flowers and bushes, and clear weeds.

·         Spray weed kill in areas of weed growth.

·         Maintain the sports field by using the equipment provided

•         Keep roof and roof drains clear of debris quarterly, or more, as needed.

•         Organize janitor's closets, monitor supplies and alert supervisor regarding maintenance of adequate stock. Manages inventory of tools/supplies in good working order.

•         Maintain and clean parking lot. Pick up trash around the premises

•         Identify and schedule maintenance issues that need repair/attention.

•         Oversees contractors in the absence of the Facilities Manager

•         Assist/ perform in testing and inspecting the two elevators on a monthly basis.

•         Participate in weekly and monthly team and staff meetings.

•         Back up to Facilities Manager on alarm calls. Be available for on call on a 24-hour, 7 day a week basis for emergencies and troubleshooting HVAC control system.

•         Perform other task and responsibilities assigned by the Pastor, Principal, Facilities Manager and/or Business Manager.

•         Regular timely attendance during stated core hours or hours approved by the Pastor and management

•         Make sure buildings are secure before leaving for the night

•         Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds and to have a complete mobility in building and grounds activities

•         Ability to provide own transportation for job-related responsibilities including giving staff and clergy a ride on occasion. Pick up/ drop off equipment, bus, shuttle, Sunday donuts. Have a clean driving record, insurance and registration

•         Maintain a basic knowledge of industrial chemicals

•         Must be able to work independently, be self-directed, and thorough in completing projects in full

•         Find creative solutions for a wide variety of facility needs and provide input to supervisor.

•         Perform custodial tasks not provided by contractor.

•         Perform other duties as assigned

  • Clean up any spills, biohazards and emergency calls from the front office.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 •         Ensure the safety of yourself, the clergy, staff, students, parents, parishioners and visitors by following the safety guidelines at all times

•         Stay up to date with Virtus and the Virtus Coordinator at all times

•         Perform light maintenance, repairs and special projects as needed, including light electrical (Example: changing light bulbs, replacing light fixtures, ballasts, outlets and switches), carpentry, replacing ceiling tiles, repairing equipment and facility to include plumbing fixtures, plumbing, and making emergency repairs in a timely manner

•         Keep Sanctuary and bathrooms cleaned and sanitized between Masses on Saturday and Sunday

•         Complete necessary set-up, take-down and cleaning associated with events and functions.  This may include wall partitions, tables, chairs, etc. Move and maintain office furniture and equipment when needed.

•         Painting/staining to include interior and exterior work when needed.

•         Perform demolition during renovation, as required.

•         Keep sidewalks free of debris and snow (occasionally before and after hours, as needed)

•         Plow snow in parking lot, clear sidewalks, walkways, entrances, basketball courts, and field of snow and ice. Spread ice melt on entrances, sidewalks and walkways. Be available for early arrival for snow removal. (4:00am)

•         Clear entryways and walkways to make sure walkways are clear of debris.

·         Ensure the sprinkler system is operating properly to include startup in Spring and shutdown in Fall

·         Maintain attractive grounds including fertilizing, mow, trim, and rake lawn, plant flowers and bushes, and clear weeds.

·         Spray weed kill in areas of weed growth.

·         Maintain the sports field by using the equipment provided

•         Keep roof and roof drains clear of debris quarterly, or more, as needed.

•         Organize janitor's closets, monitor supplies and alert supervisor regarding maintenance of adequate stock. Manages inventory of tools/supplies in good working order.

•         Maintain and clean parking lot. Pick up trash around the premises

•         Identify and schedule maintenance issues that need repair/attention.

•         Oversees contractors in the absence of the Facilities Manager

•         Assist/ perform in testing and inspecting the two elevators on a monthly basis.

•         Participate in weekly and monthly team and staff meetings.

•         Back up to Facilities Manager on alarm calls. Be available for on call on a 24-hour, 7 day a week basis for emergencies and troubleshooting HVAC control system.

•         Perform other task and responsibilities assigned by the Pastor, Principal, Facilities Manager and/or Business Manager.

•         Regular timely attendance during stated core hours or hours approved by the Pastor and management

•         Make sure buildings are secure before leaving for the night

•         Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds and to have a complete mobility in building and grounds activities

•         Ability to provide own transportation for job-related responsibilities including giving staff and clergy a ride on occasion. Pick up/ drop off equipment, bus, shuttle, Sunday donuts. Have a clean driving record, insurance and registration

•         Maintain a basic knowledge of industrial chemicals

•         Must be able to work independently, be self-directed, and thorough in completing projects in full

•         Find creative solutions for a wide variety of facility needs and provide input to supervisor.

•         Perform custodial tasks not provided by contractor.

•         Perform other duties as assigned

  • Clean up any spills, biohazards and emergency calls from the front office.

To Apply:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under the "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Linda Litzsinger at llitzsinger@avemaria.church

WEEKEND HOST - FRANCISCAN RETREAT CENTER (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO)

Job Title:  Weekend Host (Part-time; see Hours below)

Location:  Franciscan Retreat Center (Colorado Springs, CO)

Date Open: Open Now

Desired Start Date:  As soon as practical.

Pay Rate:  $16.00 per hour.

Hours:   Saturdays and Sundays - 7:45a.m.-12:30p.m. or 12:15p.m. - 5:00p.m. 

Benefits:   Part time employees earn discretionary time off and may receive holiday pay (depending on work schedule).

Job Description: 

Summary:  Must always maintain an understanding and appreciation of the philosophy and Mission Statement of the Franciscan Retreat Center.  Responsible for guest interface during weekend hours.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Responsible for reporting any events/emergencies to the Director or on-call individual

Responsible for taking payments for items purchased through the gift shop/making change

Responsible for guest check-out as well as responding to any guest needs

Responsible for preparing coffee for morning/afternoon coffee services

Responsible for taking down coffee service in morning/afternoon

Responsible for running mugs through dishwasher

Responsible for cleaning kitchen and making sure coffee pots are cleaned

Responsible for trashing out of meeting rooms at appropriate times

Responsible for tidying up the restrooms – trashing out

Responsible for restocking hand towels and toilet paper in restrooms

Responsible for cleaning up any leftovers from meeting rooms after groups leave

Responsible for changing water dispensers when empty

Other miscellaneous duties may be required as needed with regard to turn around

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Must be dependable, flexible, and self[-motivated.

Education:

High school diploma or GED (General Education Degree)

One to three months related experience and/or training

Or equivalent combination of experience and education

Language:

Ability to read and understand/interpret documents such as safety rules, operating / maintenance instructions and procedural manuals.

Ability to write routine reports

Ability to communicate effectively with groups of guests or employees of the organization

Mathematical Skills:

Ability to add subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to apply common sense with an understanding to carry out details of written or oral instructions.

Ability to deal with problem solving involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of the tasks/duties that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms.

The employee frequently is required to stand, sit, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk and hear; taste or smell.

The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance. The employee may need to lift/ carry or move 25-50 pounds when replacing water bottles on dispensers.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

To Apply:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Hr@diocs.org.  For further information or questions, please contact Human Resources at the Catholic Pastoral Center:  719-636-2345.

ASSISTANT HOUSEKEEPER - FRANCISCAN RETREAT CENTER (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO)

Job Title:  Assistant Housekeeper (Full Time: 30 - 40 hours per week/Non-Exempt)

Location:  Franciscan Retreat Center (Colorado Springs, CO)

Date Open: Open Now

Desired Start Date:  As soon as practical.

Pay Range:  $16.50 -  $17,50 per hour.

Benefits:  Full Time employees eligible for health, vision and dental coverage, receive holiday pay and earn discretionary time off; may participate in employee pension plan.

Job Description/Summary of Job Duties: 

Must maintain an understanding and appreciation of the philosophy and Mission Statement of the Franciscan Retreat Center (FRC) at all times. Incumbent is a working housekeeper, cleaning common areas, guest sleeping rooms, conference rooms, and offices of the FRC buildings.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Common Areas
    • Daily
      • Vacuum carpets in lobbies, lounges and corridors.
      • Clean restrooms and replenish bathroom supplies.
      • Dust furniture, light fixtures, wall hangings, banisters, railings, and ledges.
      • Empty wastebaskets and transport trash and waste to disposal area.
      • Check and report to the Director the need for repairs and replacements.
      • Ensure lights off, windows closed/locked and doors locked.
    • Weekly
      • Dust blinds
    • Every 6 months
      • High dust, hallway baseboard, banisters, and deep clean room
      • Clean light fixtures
      • Clean blinds
      • Dust and wash between windows and screens
  • Rooms
    • After Checkout
      • Make beds with clean linens.
      • Change out sheets, bedspreads, and towels and remove trash
      • Dust furniture, light fixtures, wall hangings and blinds
      • Vacuum floors
      • Clean bathroom, including drains, and restock consumable supplies
      • Clean windows and sills.
      • Check and report to the Director the need for repairs and replacements
    • Quarterly
      • Scrub shower base
      • Wash shower curtains
    • Every 6 months
      • Clean blinds
      • Launder bedspreads, blankets, bed pads, etc
      • Clean all light fixtures, move furniture and dust baseboards.
      • Dust and wash between windows and screens.
  • Beverage Service
      • Responsible for set up and clean up for meals and beverage service in the meeting rooms
  • Office Areas
    • Weekly
      • Clean and reset meeting rooms after use
      • Vacuums floors
      • Removes trash
    • Monthly
      • Dusts desk, computer, light fixtures, and ledges
    • Every 6 months
      • Wash all light fixtures, move furniture and dust baseboards.
      • Dusts and washes between windows and screens.
  • Cleans Stonehaven and Woodhaven after groups leave.
  • Stocks laundry carts with supplies for the following week.
  • Performs any other duties required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
  •   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  •  Must be dependable, flexible, and self-motivated.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  • High School diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. 
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with groups of guests or employees of the organization.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:

  • Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s. 
  • Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume and distance.

COMPUTER SKILLS:

  • Possesses a knowledge of Microsoft Outlook without additional FRC ministry training.
  • Capable of learning new software CampBrain for running reports

REASONING ABILITY:

  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out details of written or oral instructions.
  • Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.

TO APPLY:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under the "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Hr@diocs.org.  For further information or questions, please contact Human Resources at the Catholic Pastoral Center:  719-636-2345.

DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY - CORPUS CHRISTI (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO)

Location:  Corpus Christi Catholic Church (Colorado Springs, CO)

Part-Time Position (Non-Exempt/19 hours per week - may vary depending on scheduled activities)

Date Open:  Open Now

Date Closed:  Until Filled

Pay Range:  $20 - $23 per hour

Benefits:   Part time employees earn discretionary time off and may receive holiday pay (depending on work schedule).

Summary of Job Duties:  The Youth Minister reaches out to all high school students (14-18) and middle school students in the faith community, provides formal catechesis, and enables youth to become missionary disciples.  The Youth Minister will also work with 8th grade and youth in preparation for Confirmation

 

Minimum qualifications:

  • Practicing Roman Catholic with a commitment to his/her faith
  • Knowledge of Scripture, Catechism and Church documents
  • Teaching experience in religious education preferred
  • Able to communicate with all age groups from varying cultural and social backgrounds
  • Skilled organizer and director of catechetical programs
  • Familiar with uses of media and technology for program implementation

Education:  College degree in related area or equivalent education with experience

To Apply:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under the "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Carole Heindel, Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 2318 North Cascade, Colorado Springs, CO 80907; or e-mail to cheindel@corpuschristicos.org.

BUSINESS MANAGER - ST. DOMINIC CATHOLIC CHURCH (SECURITY, CO)

Job Title:             Business Manager (Full Time/Non-Exempt)

Location:             St Dominic Catholic Church (Security, CO)

Date Open:         Open Now

Date Close:         Until Filled (Start as Soon as Practical)

Pay Range:          $24-$25 /hour

 

Benefits:   Full Time employees eligible for health, vision and dental coverage; receive holiday pay and earn discretionary time off; may participate in employee pension plan.

 

Summary of Job Duties:  Assist the Parish Pastor in administrative duties deemed necessary in Business Management, Coordinate a wide range of parish activities, programs, and administrative functions. Serve as stand-in Administrator when Pastor is absent.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Prepares Annual Facility Budget

Provide budget guidance and consideration to Parish

Coordinates and Oversees Parish annual budgets.

Manage Administration and Facilities budgets.

Process payment authorization forms for payments.

Process and approves Payroll authorizations.

Coordinate Parish Benefit Allocation System and Human Resources.

Record and maintain employee Discretionary Time Off record.

Oversees Financial instituted activities, First Bank, Schwab Investments.

Manage and monitor distribution and activities of Bank Cards.

Process contributions Checks donations via ARCA systems.

Reconcile monthly Financial Statement of Activities.

Reconcile monthly Credit Card Statements.

Works along side with McMillen & Company Audits.

Develop, maintain, and enforce policies, procedures and forms for facility use.

Manage National Collection Schedule.

Manage Parish Flock Notes Platform.

Overseeing Face Books activities.

Maintain Event Scheduler, Electronic.

Oversee and Manage Event and Facility Calendar.

Coordinate Virtus Safety Environment Training and Tracking Platform.

Submit State of Colorado Raffle quarterly reports.

Submit annual State of Colorado License renewal.

Coordinate the hiring and separation of employees.

Maintains employees’ files.

Manage and submit Background verifications.

Supervise staff personnel.

 

This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for making compensation decisions.

 

Oversees Parish Soft Giving & Family accounts.

Oversee work force volunteer program.

Oversee the functioning of Parish, Rectory and adjacent buildings including mechanical, electrical, fire/life safety and insurance claims.

Review and submit annual Tax-Exempt report.

Review and submit annual Catholic Mutual Safety Inspection report.

Manage Vendors and Contractors Services and Contract agreements.

Developed, implemented, and maintains key control system.

Oversee ACA Security electronic security systems, including intrusion alarms for the facilities.

Serve on the Pastoral Council, Finance Council, Liturgical committee.

Oversee Office Staff duties as necessary and as needed during absence.

 

OTHER DUTIES:  AS DEEMED NECESSARY

Funeral arrangements and coordination.

Audit and walkthrough collections pickups.

Establish Parish office and process correspondence and communication between the Parish and outside agencies.

 

Please send completed applications and resumes to Father Ricardo Rosales, St Dominic Catholic Church, 5354 S Us Highway 85 , Security, CO 80911; or e-mail to rroslaes@stdominiconline.org 719-392-7653.

DIRECTOR OF EVANGELIZATION & COMMUNITY LIFE - PAX CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH (LONE TREE, CO)

Job Title:  Director of Evangelization & Community Life (Full Time/Exempt - 40 hours per week; may include evenings, weekends, holidays)

Location:  Pax Christi Catholic Church 

Date Open: Open Now

Desired Start Date:  As soon as practical.

Pay Rate:  $55,000 per year.

Benefits:  Full Time employees eligible for health, vision and dental coverage, receive holiday pay and earn discretionary time off; may participate in employee pension plan.

Job Description:  The Director of Evangelization & Community Life, in alignment with the pastor’s vision and the guidelines of the USCCB and the Diocese of Colorado Springs, selects, develops, and implements inspiring, comprehensive faith formation offerings for adults and all those seeking to become Catholic ages 7 and up.

 

This individual serves as a member of the Faith Formation Team and reports directly to the pastor. As a member of the Faith Formation Team and parish staff, this person works with other staff members to foster and maintain a collaborative, cohesive, positive team environment. The Director is a professional catechetical leader who is an exceptional teacher, coach, and learner.  This individual is joyful and knowledgeable about the Catholic faith, loves God, enjoys working with people, and lives a life in accordance with the teachings of the church, leading by example, and regularly practicing and growing in the faith. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • RCIA (Those ages 7+ seeking to enter the Church)
    • Design and implement a comprehensive, inspiring, and attractive program.
      • Write materials and/or evaluate and select suitable materials for purchase.
      • Develop session plans/lessons that are rigorous but enjoyable, interactive, and engaging.
    • Serve as the primary instructor for sessions, employing creative methods to reach all ages
    • Develop schedule and reserve space.
    • Recruit and manage volunteer team, including sponsors for each catechumen and candidate.
    • Manage registration, participant, and volunteer paperwork. 
      • Collect proper documentation and program fees.
      • Ensure Safe Environment requirements are met for all program volunteers.
      • Produce certificates for those receiving sacraments.
      • Submit all completed files to records assistant in an organized and timely manner for recording of sacraments.
    • Work with Director of Liturgy to prepare participants for liturgical celebrations, including Easter Vigil.  Schedule and manage rehearsals for events as appropriate.
    • Work with Communications Coordinator to advertise and promote the program to the Pax Christi Community and surrounding area (evangelization to the broader community).
  • Adult Faith Formation (Bible Studies, Alpha, Welcome)
    • Implement a variety of faith formation offerings for adults in our community. 
      • Research and order materials.
      • Recruit volunteers to run the sessions.
      • Develop schedules and reserve space.
      • Work with Communications Coordinator to advertise and promote offerings.
      • Manage registrations and collect fees.
      • Serve as a resource to group leaders.
      • Prepare for and facilitate courses, as needed.
      • Track program participation.
  • Small Groups
    • Support and expand Pax Christi’s Small Group Model, designed to encourage development of groups of 6-12 people who will meet on a regular basis to form spiritual, emotional, and community connection.
      • Recruit and train volunteers to start and/or lead small groups.
      • Work with Communications Coordinator to advertise and promote small groups.
      • Serve as a resource to group leaders, including researching, recommending, and ordering materials.
      • Track program participation.
  • General Duties
    • Collaborate and communicate effectively with staff, program participants, and volunteers.
    • Manage program budget and submit receipts and reimbursement requests in a timely fashion.
    • Attend Staff meetings, Diocesan meetings or trainings as required.
  • Demeanor and presence
    • Person of strong faith, actively engaged in the Pax Christi faith community
    • Use discretion and maintain confidentiality.
    • Stay up to date regarding parish and school events in order to provide accurate and useful information to community members and staff.
    • Maintain friendly, professional demeanor and appearance at all times.
    • Present and support the vision, ideas, and decisions of the pastor with enthusiasm.
  • Specific Qualifications
    • Strong teaching and presenting skills
    • Personable
    • Knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the Catholic faith
    • Excellent language and communication skills
    • Organized
    • Must pass all background checks, including fingerprinting;  any history of criminal activity related to a child or of a sexual nature will be an automatic disqualifier for this position
    • Technology proficient, especially with Microsoft Office Suite and audio/visual systems.  Parish Soft a plus
    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in related field a plus
    • Able to manage repetitive tasks with little or no supervision
    • Able to stand for long periods of time
    • Able to lift up to 50 lbs.

TO APPLY:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under the "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Ms. Linda Van Matre at linda.vanmatre@paxchristi.org. For further information or questions, please contact Pax Christi at 303-799-1036

HOSPITALITY ASSISTANT - PAX CRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH (LONE TREE, CO)

Job Title:  Weekend Host (Part-time/non-exempt; see Days/Hours below)

Location:  Pax Christi Catholic Church (Lone Tree, CO)

Date Open: Open Now

Desired Start Date:  As soon as practical.

Pay Rate:  $16.00 per hour.

Days/Hours:   Monday - Thursday, 1p.m. - 5p.m. (four hours per day, sixteen hours per week) 

Benefits:   Part time employees earn discretionary time off and may receive holiday pay (depending on work schedule).

Job Description:  

The Hospitality Assistant greets visitors, answers the phone, and performs administrative tasks in support of parish staff.  This person is knowledgeable about happenings at Pax Christi and provides accurate information or directs the individual to the correct source for additional help.  This person is also proficient with technology and uses it efficiently and effectively to support staff members.  The Hospitality Assistant is caring, welcoming, helpful, and resourceful.

 

Responsibilities:

  • General Duties
    • Answer and direct phone calls
    • Assist parishioners and office visitors with various needs, following through with details to ensure their needs are met
    • Schedule Mass intentions
    • Maintain tidy office environment, receive packages and deliver mail as needed
    • Assist with printing, folding and preparing large parish mailings, as requested
    • Stay up to date regarding parish and school events in order to provide accurate and useful information to community members and staff
    • Attend Staff meetings, Diocesan meetings or trainings as required
  • Meeting & Event Coordination
    • Schedule meeting rooms on parish calendar
    • Assist with Parish Hall technology (screen, microphones, computer set-up, etc.)
  • Team Support
    • Collaborate with staff to support event setup/cleanup, communication efforts, and general smooth operations of the parish
    • Perform administrative tasks for staff members as requested, such as:  putting communications on letterhead, printing, making basic updates to spreadsheets, performing mail merges, printing name tags, looking up parishioner information on Parish Soft, and sending emails through Flocknote
  • Demeanor and presence
    • Personable, friendly, compassionate, caring, customer-service oriented
    • Use discretion and maintain confidentiality
    • Maintain friendly, professional demeanor and appearance at all times
    • Present and support the vision, ideas, and decisions of the pastor with enthusiasm
  • Specific Qualifications
    • Excellent language and communication skills
    • Technology proficient, especially with Microsoft Office Suite (Parish Soft and/or Flocknote a plus)
    • Quick learner
    • Excellent problem-solving skills
    • Capable of switching tasks quickly, managing multiple requests simultaneously
    • Able to manage tasks with minimal supervision
    • Must pass all background checks, including fingerprinting; any history of criminal activity related to a child or of a sexual nature will be an automatic disqualifier for this position
    • Able to lift up to 50 lbs.

TO APPLY:  Parish applications can be found on this page at right, under the "Related Documents" column.  Please send completed applications and resumes to Ms. Linda Van Matre at linda.vanmatre@paxchristi.org. For further information or questions, please contact Pax Christi at 303-799-1036

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