Secretary/Receptionist
Center for Ministry Diocese of Saginaw

Summary
The Secretary/Receptionist of the Center for Ministry provides a warm welcoming environment in the Center for Ministry as an extension of the evangelization efforts of the Diocese of Saginaw while assuming the duty of clerical, administrative, and organizational support in order to optimize the workflow at the Center.

Job Responsibilities:
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Qualifications
Knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church
Proven work experience as a secretary/receptionist
Proficient in MS Office and willing to learn Shelby/GlobalFile
Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Knowledgeable of audio-visual equipment use and operation
Flexibility to work evenings and weekends based on the needs of the Center
High School diploma with at least five years of secretarial/clerical work related experience
Associates Degree preferred

Job description

Contact:
Send letter of interest, resume, and three letters of references to:
Center for Ministry
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5802 Weiss St. Saginaw, MI 48603

Posted: 2/13/2017    Closing: 3/17/2017


Stewardship Coordinator

Diocese of Saginaw - Saginaw

Summary
In alliance with the Bishop, his leadership, and the pastoral letter to the people of the Diocese of Saginaw, “A Future Full of Hope”, this position participates in the full mission of the diocese which seeks to be an evangelizing church to engage and equip the Faithful to do Christ’s work.

The defining task of the Stewardship Coordinator is to create a comprehensive program for parishes that encompasses the full spectrum of stewardship education to animate our call to baptism according to Scripture. Stewardship education begins with the introduction of the concept of stewardship and progresses through end-of-life decision making. The Stewardship Coordinator works with other diocesan staff to integrate stewardship into the parishes, the Catholic schools, faith formation programs, RCIA, youth and young adult ministries. The stewardship coordinator, with a collaborative spirit, helps create and disseminate CSA materials to parishes to help each parish meet its goal and long term success. This position may also be asked to lead various special events as required.

These duties are expected to be performed according to the Mission of the Catholic Church and the policies and procedures outlined in the Diocesan Employee Handbook.

Job Description

Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree; understanding of Catholic teaching in Stewardship.
Three years’ experience in Stewardship. Solid working knowledge of creating and administering budgets.
Excellent communication, organizational, and administrative skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
A Catholic who supports, lives and communicates the teachings of the Catholic Church; ability to provide own transportation; valid driver’s license and verification of auto insurance; availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Contact:
Email  letter of intent, résumé, and three letters of recommendation to:
Diocese of Saginaw
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5800 Weiss St. Saginaw MI 48603

Posted: 2/1/2017    Closing: 3/31/2017 or until Filled


Principal

St. Brigid Catholic School - Midland

St. Brigid of Kildare Parish, Midland, Michigan, is currently accepting resumes for our K-8 Catholic School Elementary Principal. Our school Principal respects Catholic values and aid students in Christian formation by exemplifying Catholic living, both in and out of the classroom. Because our Catholic schools educate their students to promote the kingdom of God, it is important that our Principal is a role model for students, exemplifying Catholic teachings and values in their lives and in their actions.

Summary
The School Principal is an integral member of the parish staff and is the spiritual and educational leader of the school and works in partnership with parents to Living Christ’s message, promoting academic excellence and fostering a community of faith and service. This ministry also provides professional leadership for and evaluation of teachers and other school employees.

Qualifications
A practicing member of the Roman Catholic Church who will inspire a shared vision of the value of a Catholic education across all faculty, students, parents and the greater Faith community
Must possess strong leadership and interpersonal skills to guide effective interaction among parents, students and staff
Strong communication and organizational skills
Must be able to resolve staff conflicts in the spirit of a Catholic faith climate and fosters academic professionalism among the staff
Continues his/her own professional development through reading, workshops etc.

Education and Experience
Have a current teaching certification issued by the State of Michigan Hold a Master’s degree or higher from an approved program in Educational Administration from an accredited college or university
Preferred minimum of five years of experience in a Catholic school
Preferred minimum of three years of administrative experience in education

Contact:
If you feel you are called to serve and you are an innovative educational leader please submit cover letter, resume and three letters of recommendations, electronically to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Business Manager at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by March 31, 2017.

Posted: 3/1/2017    Closing: 3/31/2017


Youth Minister

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish - Mt. Pleasant

Summary
Sacred Heart Parish is a Roman Catholic faith community in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan since 1872. Sacred Heart Parish has 1200 families, with a DK-12th grade Academy with 450 students. The parish is a very vibrant faith-filled community with many different councils and volunteers.

Sacred Heart Parish is creating a new position to help grow a vibrant culture of evangelization, discipleship, and faithful service within its youth. Our vision includes fostering within area youth an appreciation for participation in the sacraments, a strong desire to serve the Church and world, a faithful and rich prayer life, and a sound understanding of Catholic moral teaching.

Job Description

Qualifications
Candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree and experience working with middle school, high school, and/or college-age students in Catholic formation, evangelization, or the equivalent and must be able to design, develop and implement a comprehensive youth ministry program.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the skills of administration, evangelism, leadership, and teaching and will have or be willing to get additional training and education in evangelization, catechesis or theology.

Contact:
Email  letter of intent, résumé, and three letters of recommendation to:
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish
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302 s. Kinney Blvd., Mount Pleasant, MI 48858-2707

Posted: 2/10/2017  


Counselor

Catholic Family Service - Saginaw

Summary
Catholic Family Service is seeking a a counselor to provide social work services on a part-time basis at Nouvel Central Junior High (located at St. Thomas Aquinas Parish in Saginaw. Qualified candidates need to have a Master's Degree in Social Work or Professional Counseling and be willing to work approximately 22.5 hours over a three day period (Tues, Weds, and Thurs). Preference will be given to candidates who have previous experience in working with children and families along with familiarity with Catholic Social Teaching. If interested, please submit letter of interest, resume, and salary history to: William Rehmann, CFS, 710 North Michigan, Saginaw, MI. 48602 Deadline is 8/15. EOE.


Master Level Social Workers

Catholic Family Service - Saginaw

Summary
Catholic Family Service of the Diocese of Saginaw has potential on-going openings in its Bay City, Mt. Pleasant, and Saginaw offices for fully licensed Master level social workers (LMSW only). As indicated qualified candidates must have an MSW degree with experience in working with individuals, couples, and families along with familiarity with Catholic Social Teaching. If interested, submit letter of interest and resume to: Thomas Conklin, 5800 Weiss St., Saginaw, MI, 48603. EOE.


 



 

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