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Diocesan Central Offices

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Catholic Charities

Program Manager of Bayard House, Wilmington, Delaware

The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities is seeking a Program Manager for Bayard House to manage the daily operations while serving as a role model for the women in care.

To apply go to www.indeed.com – reference:  Program Manager

Case Manager-Basic Needs, Georgetown, Delaware

The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities is seeking a Case Manager for Basic Needs to provide direct service and case management, ranging from one time assistance to on-going support, for individuals requesting financial assistance information and referral services providing access to community resources.

To apply go to www.indeed.com – reference:  Case Manager – Basic Needs

Payment Processor/Certifier, LIHEAP Program in Dover, Delaware (Kent County)

The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities is seeking a Payment Processor/Certifier to support the LIHEAP program with responsibility for accurate and timely processing of vendor bills.

To apply go to www.indeed.com – reference:  Payment Processor/Certifier, LIHEAP Program

Program Manager for Sussex Services in Milton, Delaware, (Sussex County)

The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities is seeking a Program Manager to oversee the operations of Catholic Charities’ homeless shelter, food assistance and community service program at Casa San Francisco with primary responsibility for program management, community relations, and volunteer recruitment.  Also has oversight responsibility for community services at Catholic Charities’ Georgetown office.

To apply go to www.indeed.com – reference:  Program Manager-Sussex Community Social Services

Therapist/Clinical Worker II in Wilmington, Delaware

The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities is seeking a full-time Therapist/Clinical Worker II to provide outpatient counseling, psychotherapy, case management, account management and related services to individuals and families addressing psychological, interpersonal and developmental problems in Wilmington, Delaware.  Services provided both in person and through telehealth sessions.

To apply go to www.indeed.com – reference:  Therapist/Clinical Worker II

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Catholic Schools

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Parishes

Part-time Director of Music – St. Jude the Apostle Church, Lewes, Delaware

St. Jude the Apostle Church in Lewes, DE is seeking a professional Director of Music, part-time, to facilitate the sacred music for all Masses and additional liturgical services of the Parish under the direction of the Pastor. The Director of Music will be a proficient organist, with excellent sight-reading and improvisation skills and direct and accompany the Adult and Children’s Choirs. The Director of Music will hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Music or professional experience and be a practicing Roman Catholic with a thorough knowledge of the Roman Catholic Liturgy and its musical requirements.

To apply, kindly send resume to [email protected]. Please reference St. Jude the Apostle Music in the subject line. Deadline to apply: June 15, 2022.

Social Ministry Director – St. Helena, Wilmington, Delaware

St. Helena’s seeks a Director of Social Ministry to support Parish values and goals working flexible part-time hours (approx. 15 hrs /wk).   Responsibilities include: coordinating Social Ministry activities and volunteers; active participation in the decisions regarding support to Parish and local families; and interaction with other support services in the area.  Requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills, proven ability to take charge in a compassionately caring way, experience coordinating multiple priorities and use of computers.

Contact: Business Manager [email protected] or (302) 764-0325 x-102

Coordinator/Director of Religious Education – St. Ann, Bethany Beach, Delaware

The Parish of St Ann, Bethany Beach is seeking a full-time Coordinator/Director of Religious Education to begin July 1, 2022. The parish program serves 150 children from K to grade 8.  The successful candidate must be a Roman Catholic in good standing, possess an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, and experience in a parish catechetical program.  Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.

Please send your resume and letters of  recommendation to:

Reverend John Klevence, Pastor, Parish of St Ann,

691 Garfield Parkway, Bethany Beach DE 19930.

Other Dioceses

Director, Office of Christian Formation, Richmond, Virginia

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond is seeking a Director for the Office of Christian Formation. M.A. degree in religious education, theology, or related field.  At least five years full time experience in parish religious education with Diocesan experience desired. Other qualifications include knowledge of all universal, national, and diocesan catechetical documents; Liturgical & Sacramental Rites, working knowledge of canon law; knowledge of contemporary adult learning theory and research in religious education; good interpersonal skills to form, direct, and facilitate a team; understanding of leadership development and training; public speaking and communication skills; workshop planning and implementation skills; and organization and time management skills. An active, practicing Catholic in good standing with an excellent understanding of Catholic Church teaching and Church structure is required.

This position is a full-time position with some evening and weekend work.  Travel and overnight travel are required  Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and completed Diocesan Application to Kelly Shumate, 7800 Carousel Lane, Richmond, VA 23294.  Email [email protected].  Fax 804-622-5163.

Assistant Editor, Office of Communications in Richmond, Virginia

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond seeks an innovative and motivated Assistant Editor for its Office of Communications experienced in print and digital media, and who sees the complementariness of them to serve the multiple constituencies within our diocese.

You will be responsible for working closely with the editor of The Catholic Virginian in planning local and national content, writing, editing, and placing copy, following up on story leads and working with correspondents in developing feature articles.

You will assist in strengthening the publication’s daily digital presence, developing ways of engaging the Catholic community through timely news and information. The individual will assist in producing a visually appealing print and digital product through written and visual storytelling. Interested?

For more information on the qualifications, visit https://richmonddiocese.org/jobs/

Submit your resume, cover letter, samples of your work, and completed diocesan application to Kelly Shumate, HR Coordinator, at 7800 Carousel Lane, Richmond, VA 23294. Email [email protected].

Director of Human Resources in Richmond, Virginia

The Catholic Diocese of Richmond is seeking a Director of Human Resources.  The Director of Human Resources, under the direction of the Human Resources Officer, is responsible for overall Human Resource compliance and personnel administration for the Catholic Diocese of Richmond supporting its approximately 2,700 employees.  The Director functions primarily as a consultant with pastors, principals, and business managers, and actively supports the mission of the office, to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations, as well as Diocesan policies and procedures.  The position acts as a back up to the HR Officer and supports the office in all areas of Human Resources.

Qualifications: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field and 7+ years’ experience as a human resources manager, preferably in nonprofit environment.  Master’s degree preferred.  Active certification as either a PHR/SPHR or SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP is strongly desired. The selected candidate must bring credibility and integrity to the human resources function.  Required skills include impeccable communication, strong leadership, facilitation, planning and organizing skills and pastoral sensitivity.  Ability to maintain confidentiality and have a working knowledge of MS Office, technical HRIS experience, an understanding of the hierarchy of the Catholic Church and its teaching, the ability to resolve problems and analyze data/metrics and be able to multi-task, prioritize and meet deadlines is critical.   Status as a Catholic in Good Standing is helpful but not required.

This position is a full-time position with some evening and weekend work.  Frequent day travel and occasional overnight travel are required.

Interested candidates should please send a cover letter, resume, and completed Diocesan Application to Kelly Shumate, HR Coordinator, at [email protected]