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DIOCESAN POSITIONS
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - (Full-Time/Non-Exempt)

Location:  Diocese of Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs, CO) Full Time Position - 40 hours per week

Date Open:  April 17 2023

Date Closed:  Open Until Filled

Pay Range:  $19 - $21 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:  To further the religious and spiritual mission of the Diocese of Colorado Springs by providing a variety of maintenance tasks, such as carpentry, minor electrical, plumbing, and painting at the Catholic Pastoral Center, and occasionally at other diocesan properties. Full job description here.

To Apply:  Please submit applications and resumes to Hr@diocs.org.  For further information or questions, please call 719-866-7476.

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

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES (Full-Time/Exempt - Catholic Pastoral Center, Colorado Springs, CO)

Job Title:  Director of Human Resources (Full Time/Exempt)

Location:  Catholic Pastoral Center (Colorado Springs, CO)

Date Open:  OPEN NOW

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

Pay Range:  $89,000.00 - $93,000 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:  To further the religious and spiritual mission of the Diocese of Colorado Springs by serving as the Director of Human Resources.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Handle routine and complex HR matters including providing advice to the diocese, parishes, and schools
  • Coordinate and provide support for employee hiring and separations
  • Produce position vacancy announcements and provide various media and agencies with open position advertisements
  • Report new hire information to the State Department of New Hires/New Hire Reporting Center
  • Provide information/advice on Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) matters
  • Provide information/advice on Short-term/Long-term Disability Policy and Colorado FAMLI and HFWA
  • Draft new job descriptions and conduct annual review of existing job descriptions
  • Assist in providing compensation market analysis and implement approved salary adjustments
  • Maintain and distribute employment posters and manage updates
  • Manage Diocesan employment and legal posting board
  • Provide legal and other research, and assist in general legal and HR compliance issues
  • Assist in ongoing education of HR matters
  • Develop and provide orientation process for new employees and exit process for terminated employees
  • Develop, update, compile and distribute policy manuals
  • Maintain general office filing system including highly confidential personnel files
  • Assist the Chancellor, Chief of Staff, and Superintendent and other departments in HR matters
  • Manage/Implement employee award program (3 locations with125 plus employees)
  • Assist with Benefits and Accounting tasks and serve as back-up for Benefits Administrator
  • Assist with compliance with the Affordable Care Act for all locations
  • Responsible for Diocesan-wide Workers' Compensation (WC) program
  • Report claims to WC carrier and follow up with locations and employees
  • Process WC billings, projections, annual renewal, audit, account reconciliation, cost containment program
  • Process and submit bi-monthly payroll, and pension annuitant and retired priest payments using Paycor software
  • Review timesheets for accuracy and ensure employee and supervisor approvals have been made
  • Record benefits deductions, wage garnishments, 403(b) deductions, wage changes in Paycor
  • Complete new hire onboarding process thru Paycor and maintain employee payroll records
  • Produce bi-monthly payroll reports for employees, lay employee pension annuitants, and retired priests
  • Produce quarterly wage reports for lay employees' pensions
  • Process bi-monthly/monthly 403(b) payments to vendors for deductions made by employees
  • Provide ongoing tracking and benefits documentation of retired priests and seminarians
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:

          Education:  Bachelor’s degree in human resources or related field

          Experience:  Four years of HR experience in an office environment, non-profit preferred

          Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Excellent verbal, written, and telephone communication skills and the ability to relate with others with enthusiasm and diplomacy.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church structure
  • Computer experience with Microsoft Office programs. 
  • Ability to represent the Diocese with professionalism and an attitude of positive service
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to prioritize projects and be flexible

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, some work on weekends.)

Location: St. Peter Catholic Church (Monument, CO)

Date Open: March 10, 2023

Desired Start Date:  As soon as practical.

Pay Range:  $18.00 - $20.00 per hour.

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

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

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:  rev.g.golyzniak@petertherock.org 

DIRECTOR OF EVANGELIZATION & FAITH FORMATION - OUR LADY OF THE PINES (BLACK FOREST, CO)

Location:  Our Lady of the Pines (Black Forest – northern Colorado Springs) Full Time Position (30-40 hours per week)

 

Date Open:  June 15, 2023

 

Date Closed:  July 15, 2023

 

Pay Range:  $21.00-$23.50

 

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:  To oversee the Faith Formation and Catechesis of the various ministries within the parish and to implement various opportunities for spiritual growth and development.  To create, produce, and implement comprehensive and pro-active Faith Formation Ministry programs and events for preschool through eighth grade, as well as the age and grade appropriate Sacrament Preparation for the First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation, on a parish-based level which encompasses the spiritual growth and nourishment of marriages and families through all phases of life.

 

To Apply:  Please submit Parish Job Application, resumes, references to Fr. Brad Noonan, bnoonan@diocs.org; (Our Lady of the Pines Catholic Church, 11020 Teachout Rd., Black Forest, CO  80908).  For further information or questions, please contact Kay Williams, Business Manager, (719) 495-2351, kay@ourladyofthepines.org.

BUSINESS MANAGER/BOOKKEEPER - OUR LADY OF THE WOODS (WOODLAND PARK, CO)

Location:  Our Lady of the Woods (Woodland Park) Part Time Position (25 hours per week)

Date Open:  Oct 3, 2023

Date ClosedOpen Until Filled

Pay Range:  $15.00 - $18.00 per hour

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

 

Job Description:  To further the spiritual and religious mission of the parish by managing the parish office and providing for it's financial bookkeeping needs.  The primary responsibility of this position is to ensure that all parish records are accurate, transparent, and prepared in accordance with applicable regulations and audit requirements and all reports are submitted in a timely manner. Oversee the daily management of parish finances, including accounts, ie: bill payments, receivables and payroll activities. Duties also include office manager and HR representative.  

 

To Apply:  Please submit Parish Job Application if applying for employment (resume and references), or proposal if by contract to Fr. Chance Billmeyer (Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church, P.O. Box 5590 Woodland Park, CO 80866).  For further information or questions, please call 719-687-9345 or e-mail cbillmeyer@diocs.org 

 

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

 

ACCOUNTING CLERK - ST. GABRIEL (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO)

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

Date Open:  Open Now

Date Closed:  Until Filled

Pay Rate:  $24.05 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:  

General Purpose: To further the religious and spiritual mission of St. Gabriel Catholic Church by performing the

financial and accounting functions of the parish and school in an ethical, efficient, and organized manner. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Process invoices and requisitions for payment for parish and school
  • Prepare checks for Pastor approval and Business Manager signature.
  • Maintain vendor files and track credit card expenditures
  • Operate ParishSOFT ConnectNow accounting system
  • Process payroll and prepare all associated monthly, quarterly, and annual IRS, Social Security and State taxes
  • Maintain bank accounts in coordination with the business manager managing current balances and cash flow
  • Prepare annual W-2's and 1099's
  • Prepare monthly payroll reports in order to make timely and accurate payments to IRS
  • Prepare and file the Quarterly Wage report with the Diocese
  • Reconcile parish tithe allocations and distributions
  • Prepare cash receipts, cash disbursements, and adjust journal for entries into the ParishSOFT accounting system
  • Generate standard monthly financial and accounting reports and distribute to Pastor and Business Manager
  • Maintain financial records following recommended record retention guidelines
  • Reconcile bank accounts monthly and provide bank statement balances and expenses once a month
  • Reconcile investment statements and prepare and file quarterly Investment Report with the Diocese
  • Accurately review and substantiate the use of Restricted Funds 
  • Schedule and coordinate annual financial review with CPA firm
  • Work collaboratively with the Finance Council, Pastor, and Business Manager in a timely manner
  • Attend Finance Council meetings when requested  
  • Calculate methodology and send monthly to business manager for submission to diocese in a timely manner  
  • Maintain a variety of reference binders and files of financial and accounting information
  • Oversee the secure filing and organization of parish financial records
  • Attend parish staff meetings when requested by Pastors or Business Manager
  • Assist Pastor and Business Manager with gathering information for Finance Council meetings 
  • Assist Principal and School Staff with budgeting, accounting, and finance tasks
  • Assist with FACTS tuition recordkeeping duties for the school
  • Assist with Lunch Program recordkeeping
  • Assist with weekly offertory deposits and ParishSOFT data entry

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Minimum Requirements

             Education:  Bachelor’s degree in accounting, bookkeeping or related field     

             Experience: 5 years in business office/position – nonprofit accounting preferred                                                                                                  

             Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Strong computer skills in Excel, Word, Parish Soft or equivalent programs
  • Knowledge of ParishSOFT or similar accounting software
  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
  • Ability to interact with others in a friendly and cooperative fashion
  • Ability to analyze accounting information and make appropriate adjustments to maintain accuracy
  • Actively practice and promote teamwork among staff and the community
  • Ability to maintain the security of highly confidential information
  • Able to work with detailed information under strict deadlines with a high degree of accuracy
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality

To Apply:  Please submit Parish Job Application, resumes, references to Mr. Marc Lanning at mlanning@st.gabriel.net.  For questions/additional information please call 719-528-8407.  Parish Job Applications can be found on this page under "Related Documents."

 

 

RELATED DOCUMENTS

NOTE: For School applications please do not use the application forms shown above. Visit our Office of Catholic Schools to find out more about our school employment opportunities and to download their related application forms.