ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:
Mary’s Meals is a nonprofit organization, formerly known as Scottish International Relief (SIR), whose mission is to enable people to offer their money, goods, skills, time, or prayer, in order to provide the most effective help to those suffering the effects of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest communities. Founded in 2002, Mary’s Meals began as a grassroots operation reaching 200 children in Malawi, and has since grown into a worldwide movement, providing free school meals in hundreds of schools and feeding more than one million children daily. Mary’s Meals has registered affiliate organizations in 13 countries, including Mary’s Meals USA which raises donations and awareness of Mary’s Meals work.
Mary’s Meals is a simple idea that works – by providing a daily meal in a place of education, chronically poor children are attracted to the classroom where they can gain a basic education that provides an escape route from poverty. Another core tenant of Mary’s Meals is empowering and engaging communities to own and run their own school feeding programs. In Malawi alone, Mary’s Meals has over 80,000 community volunteers preparing and delivering meals to children.
Mary’s Meals envisions a world in which every child receives one daily meal in their place of education and all those who have more than they need, share with those who lack even the most basic things.
For more information, please visit Mary’s Meals website: https://www.marysmealsusa.org/
ABOUT THE POSITION:
Reporting to the Executive Director and serving as an integral member of Mary’s Meals USA (MMUSA)’s leadership team, the Head of Finance and Operations will be responsible for the development and implementation of MMUSA’s financial management and operational strategy and will also have a seat at the table in helping to shape the organization’s broader strategic goals. This is an ideal opportunity for a mission-driven finance professional to leverage his/her skills towards an amazing cause.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Collaborate with the Executive Director and Mary’s Meals International (MMI) team to develop and implement MMUSA’s organizational strategy and associated financial plan and budget
• Monitor and report on progress against the above strategies and recommend adjustments as new opportunities/challenges arise
• Advise the Executive Director on team and functional performance as required
• Oversee the financial control of MMUSA and all matters relating to income, expenditure and value for money
• Generate effective financial modeling (based on past, present and future data) in order to prepare clear and accurate budgets and forecasts for presentation to the Board and other key stakeholders
• Establish an appropriate financial policy framework to guide MMUSA's financial decision making
• Ensure the appropriateness of key assumptions included in MMUSA's medium term financial plan and annual budget proposals
• Advise ED and Board on compliance and due diligence needs for grants and oversee the grant process ensuring financial stability
• Lead annual audit and 990 processes - oversee/collaborate with audit committee, manage internal processes, serve as point person to external auditing firm
• Maintain records to meet legal and tax requirement and to measure both the inputs and the outcomes of MMUSA's operations
• Keep abreast of developments across the nonprofit sector by liaising with senior finance and operations staff in other nonprofit organizations
Operational Management and Governance
• Partner with MMI to develop and implement the business systems needed to support MMUSA’s strategic plan
• Work with MMI to implement the global IT, security, and operational policy framework for MMUSA
• With guidance from MMI, manage the organization’s approach to risk management
• Ensure MMUSA works within any/all nonprofit regulatory guidelines including data privacy, data protection, and relevant statutory compliance
• Advise ED and Board on operations-related matters as needed
• Oversee real estate agreements, as necessary
• Partner with MMI to build a strong organizational culture (grounded in Mary’s Meals’ shared vision, mission, and values) and leverage existing, effective human capital practices
• Ensure effective and compliant HR policies and systems are in place to guide and inform the organizational development and direction (e.g., learning and development plans for all staff and volunteers, regular performance feedback cycles, etc.)
• In partnership with the ED, recruit the staff and volunteers needed to support MMUSA strategy
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:
• A minimum of 5 years experience working in a high-performing nonprofit organization and a deep commitment to respectfully providing for communities and children in need
• CPA qualified, with experience serving at the senior management level of a finance function
• Experience working with and providing operational reports to Chief and/or Board-level professionals
• Strong people manager with proven ability to build, lead, and develop the capabilities of driven, bright and diverse teams
• Exceptional strategic decision making skills; combination of analysis, wisdom and judgement
• Systems and process orientation; ability to conceptualize and lead organization-wide operational systems
• Ability to straddle strategy and execution; willingness to roll up one’s sleeves and do whatever it takes to get the job done
• Strong interpersonal skills; adept at negotiating and influencing as well as building effective relationships and partnerships
• Experience managing relationships with external service providers, including auditors and advisors
• Good computer skills, including familiarity with Financial Software packages, Microsoft Word and Excel, Raiser’s Edge, QuickBooks, Salesforce
• Alignment with Mary’s Meals’ 7S competency model: Self, Service, Simplicity, Stewardship, Strategy, Strengthen, Success
Flexible Location; occasional travel to MMUSA’s domestic offices
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:
Driven by the ambitious vision of feeding and educating all children around the globe and their deep commitment to service, Mary’s Meals seeks to ensure as much money as possible goes directly towards feeding children. For this reason, they have established compensation bands across their organization. The Head of Finance & Operations - USA salary will be capped at approximately $85K.
QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS, PLEASE APPLY: http://www.on-ramps.com/open-positions/1306
Mary’s Meals is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds
Vice President of Communications and External Relations
Catholic Extension was founded in 1905 and established by Pope Pius X as a “papal society” in 1910 with a mission to build churches in America's most rural regions. More than 112 years later, Catholic Extension remains committed to strengthening and supporting the Catholic Church across the United States.
In poor mission dioceses throughout our country, there are more than 15 million Catholics who are on fire for their faith and committed to building up vibrant parish communities. In these areas, the faith is thriving, but the resources are scarce. Catholic churches are exceeding capacity during Sunday Mass; communities without access to a church building are using empty storefronts and warehouses as places to gather; and pastoral and lay leaders are traveling hundreds of miles a week to offer faith formation, lead youth ministries, and provide social outreach to numerous parishes throughout their dioceses.
It is with a strong commitment to its legacy that Catholic Extension invests in these faith communities, ensuring that Catholics across the country can experience the fullness of Church life. Catholic Extension funds church construction projects in places where old buildings are inefficient or can no longer sustain the capacity of their communities. It supports Catholic leaders of all ages so that they can increase their impact for the people they serve. It funds Catholic ministries and programs that engage Catholics in dynamic faith formation, fostering communities full of active parishioners. Together with its generous donors, Catholic Extension is celebrating the mission of the people who do God's work in their communities.
Catholic Extension is answering Pope Francis’ call to go out to America’s “peripheries.” Since its founding, Catholic Extension has distributed more than $1.3 billion in today’s dollars to expand and strengthen the Catholic Church in the poorest regions of America.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Vice President of Communications and External Relations is an integral member of the senior management team and is responsible for the strategic planning and daily implementation of brand management, public relations, advertising, and marketing efforts (to include broadcast development and distribution). This role consults departments on miscellaneous marketing pieces and develops marketing collateral as needed. The Vice President will conceive and implement innovative communications and marketing strategies across all media platforms to elevate Catholic Extension’s brand awareness nationally. The Vice President will articulate a clear vision for how to communicate the essence of Catholic Extension’s mission and brand by guiding the creation of compelling stories about the work the organization performs. This vision will convey the passion and unique niche of the organization and deliver a cohesive sense of the organization’s identity to both external and internal constituents. The Mission and Development teams will be the primary internal clients of communications and external relations support, both strategically and tactically. The Vice President will serve as a strategic partner in executing the community relations so central to the organization’s mission work and in advancing integrated fundraising efforts.
The Vice President will work closely with the Chief Operating Officer to create integrated, strategic plans and corresponding goals for communications and external relations reflecting the larger strategic goals of the institution. S/he must be a solutions-based leader who champions strategic, data-informed decision-making, industry best practices, and an ethos of continuous improvement and transparency. The Vice President will supervise a staff of five, as well as external, strategic consultants for broadcasts and public relations. The Vice President will be empowered to optimize the organizational design/functional alignment of the team in consultation with the Chief Operating Officer.
Catholic Extension seeks candidates who are dynamic, highly-organized, goal-oriented, and strategic, with outstanding presentation and writing skills, a keen sense of organizational diplomacy, and deep experience in communications and marketing. The successful candidate will be a proven leader, manager, mentor, and collaborative colleague who is comfortable leading major initiatives and supporting the leadership of others, and has a track record of effectively leading organizational change. Candidates must be motivated by matters of faith, community, service, and justice. (Note: Catholic Extension is not an ideological platform or advocacy organization.)
Required qualifications and experience: commitment to and passion for the mission of Catholic Extension, and the ability to communicate and generate excitement about its mission, history, vision, programs, and fundamental strengths; commitment to and understanding of the mission and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church; bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, public relations, journalism, or a related field is required, advanced degree preferred; minimum of 10 years of experience in progressively responsible leadership positions in communications and marketing, preferably within a faith-based, nonprofit organization(s) related to social outreach, organizational capacity building, or human services on a regional, national, or international scale, though other relevant backgrounds will be considered; demonstrated ability to provide management oversight, leadership, and direction with at least five years of significant supervisory experience, including experience creating and managing a budget; steeped in modern communications and marketing best practices and able to effectively integrate related functions; must have the breadth of skills required to devise communications and external relations strategies, inclusive of organizational branding, communications, and marketing, as well as support for fundraising; innovative thinker with a track record of translating strategic thinking into successfully executed, integrated action plans for strategic communications, media relations, and marketing in support of mission and programmatic, fundraising, event, and institution-wide goals; nuanced, sophisticated understanding of how to strategically leverage various communication mediums and distribution channels for optimal exposure and impact; deep experience in leveraging emerging trends and technology, crafting effective digital strategies, and architecting an engaging user experience online and within social media platforms; extensive, successful writing experience with a variety of externally focused print and online communications media; demonstrated business acumen, including the ability to extract and analyze data to make effective, efficient decisions about strategy and process.
Catholic Extension has retained Diversified Search to assist in this confidential search process. Inquiries, nominations and applications (current resumes and cover letters) should be directed electronically to:
Gerard F. Cattie, Jr.
Practice Leader – Development and Philanthropy
The Chrysler Building, 405 Lexington Avenue, 49th Floor, New York, NY 10174
firstname.lastname@example.org | 212.542.2587
Date: April 23, 2018
Position Available: Vice President for Strategic Alliances
Position Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Department: External Affairs
FLSA Status: Exempt
Schedule: Monday-Friday, frequent evenings and weekends and extensive travel
Please apply online: https://www.franciscan.edu/hr/VPStratAlliances/
The Vice President for Strategic Alliances is responsible for providing executive level strategic leadership, vision and oversight for Franciscan University's external affairs which include partnerships and economic development, federal, state, and local relations. This position will serve as the University's primary senior executive level liaison responsible for working with a variety of internal and external constituencies to advocate for Franciscan University in achieving its goal of being passionately Catholic and academically excellent. To effectively accomplish the role, the Vice President will be guided by the mission, strategic plan, institutional, and individual school goals and metrics.
1. Position the university as one of the top-tier growing Catholic academic institutions in the United States by monitoring, informing, and influencing public perception and public policy on issues that may impact the University. Increase the University's visibility by proactively engaging and educating officials at all levels of government as well as community, economic, and business partners about Franciscan University’s contributions as a generous and engaged institution.
2. Advise and collaborate with the President, the Chief Operating Officer, and senior leadership of potential opportunities to advance and promote the mission of the University through expanded relationships with other universities, business and economic partnerships, and federal, state, and local governments. Serve as a key link between external constituents and the University community by providing Information to the university community about issues that may impact operations, funding, research, economic development, and the higher education industry.
3. Develop and implement an external affairs strategy which is aligned with the University’s priorities. Proactively work to advance the University’s priorities by building industry, corporate, and government partnerships to stimulate growth, economic development, multidisciplinary research, and innovation. Establish, maintain, and report on key external affairs metrics.
4. Strengthen academic partnerships and cultivate industry alliances to create new economic development opportunities that enrich faculty, student, business, industry and government agency experiences.
5. Develop partnerships which are created on the strengths of the Franciscan Institute for Science and Health, Franciscan Institute for World Health, Center for Bioethics, Center for Leadership, and Catechetical Institute, among others.
6. Collaboratively work with the University's legal counsel on matters related to Ohio law and policy, and other key university offices, such as the Academic Affairs, Marketing and Communications, Finance, and Development.
7. Provide executive level leadership and supervision of the Executive Director of Community Relations, and an Executive Assistant.
This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list. Additional duties, expectations and responsibilities may be added or changed as needed to meet the University's needs.
Must understand, support and embrace the mission of Franciscan University of Steubenville and possess the following:
• Minimum of 15 years of proven executive level leadership experience in relationship management, advocacy, communications, public policy or governmental relations, preferably within higher education or faith-based non-profit arena.
• Demonstrated experience in building alliances in academic, business and governmental settings and preferably focused in higher education, health care, infrastructure and business development.
• Demonstrated expertise in strategic planning and execution. Experience with the Four Disciplines of Execution (4DX) is preferred.
• Proven track record of providing strategic direction, leadership and operational management resulting in marked improvement in execution and revenue growth is required
• Demonstrated achievement in personally identifying and cultivating fruitful relationships with clients and/or constituents.
• Mission driven: Must be dedicated to the Catholic Church, the University mission, as well as the University’s 20-year vision.
• Drive for results: Tenacious in pursuing goals and can be counted on to follow through on commitments and deliver results, displays a continuous appreciation for results and key indicators.
• Action oriented: Displays initiative, comfortable acting in the absence of clear direction, and has the ability to identify and address impediments to progress.
• Strategic thinking: Follows relevant trends and accurately anticipates future implications, clearly articulates credible views of threats and opportunities, develops effective strategies as well as workable implementation plans.
• Interpersonal Skills: Effectively uses both formal and informal means of communication and influence. Is adaptive to how different people think and function. At ease meeting new people. Thrives on building fruitful long-term relationships.
• Communication Skills: Organizes, expresses, and effectively communicates ideas clearly orally and in writing. Comfortable speaking in front of large audiences and utilizes skill in presenting information, analysis, ideas and positions in a clear, succinct, accurate, and convincing manner.
Education & Experience
• Masters or Juris Doctor degree required, preferably within a closely related field such as Business, Public Policy / Administration / Relations, Law, or Governmental Studies.
• Prior experience with customer relations management software, such as Sales Force, is preferred.
• Experience with Microsoft Office applications such including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint is required.
• Email application experience is required, preferably with Microsoft Outlook
• University is willing to explore a remote work arrangement with a requirement for bi-weekly travel to campus for meetings, etc.
• Willing and able to travel extensively
• Weekend and evening work is frequently required
Candidates must submit an online application, a resume and a cover letter that demonstrates their fit for the position based on their experience, accomplishments and skills as well as their desire to advance the mission of Franciscan University.
Please apply online: https://www.franciscan.edu/hr/VPStratAlliances/
For other information and job postings, visit our website at https://www.franciscan.edu
Franciscan University of Steubenville is committed to principles of equal opportunity and is an equal opportunity employer.
Church of the Assumption
Date: 23 March 2018
Job Title: Parish Administrator
Reports to: Pastor
Provides work direction to:
Director of Music
Pastoral Care Minister
Director of Religious Education / Director of Latino Ministry / Director of Evangelization
Receives work direction from: Pastor
Employment Definition: Full-time
Hours worked per week: 40+
Eligible for benefits: Yes
The Parish Administrator is an essential member of the church staff and provides administrative management, works to ensure the efficient and effective daily operation of the parish and has direct supervision of all staff delegated staff, especially the operations of the Administration Staff, Custodial Staff, Maintenance Staff and several volunteers in various areas.
Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees are held to a different and many times a higher standard of conduct. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese. Because of the direct supervision of parish staff and activities, this position does require that the employee be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the church.
• Ability to work independently.
• Effective analytical and problem solving skills.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Ability in meeting multiple and time-sensitive deadlines.
• Effective interpersonal and customer-service skills in order to support the diverse needs of staff, parishioners, vendors, bankers etc.
• Understand and interpret generally accepted financial statements.
• Patience with people, an appropriate enthusiasm and a fundamental optimism in the face of challenges.
• Prudence and good judgment, a reflective thoughtfulness, sensitivity, compassion, generosity and the ability to be a good listener.
• Ability to work in a sustained systematic way toward the achievement of goals and objectives, self-starting and is organized.
• Intuitively know how to get groups to work together.
• Actions and decisions based on the highest level of ethical standards.
• A collaborative style of management that is sensitive to the goals of each ministerial area and the ability to interact in a positive, supportive manner with other employees and volunteers.
• Strong leadership skills and the ability to manage and motivate a diverse staff in the successful performance of a wide variety of ministerial and administrative functions through delegation of responsibility, including its accompanying authority, and by performance evaluation.
• Computer skills including word processing, Excel, accounting and church data base management software, ConnectNow preferred.
• Ability to direct the work of multicultural staff and volunteers. (Ability to read, seek and write Spanish preferred but not required, must be willing to learn and be patient)
• And other duties assigned.
• Be able to work forty plus hours per week.
• Be able to work long hours when needed.
• Be available to work occasional evenings and weekend hours. (This can include call-in hours due to alarm or other emergency)
• Be able to lift heavy and move heavy objects (tables, chairs, books).
• Occasional assistance given to maintenance staff as requested.
• And other duties assigned.
• Works directly with the Pastor to ensure the effective operation and mission of Assumption is realized. Provides advice, counsel, feedback, subject matter expertise and support to the Pastor.
• Recognizes and respects the ultimate authority of the Pastor, but is able to act independently when appropriate and make decisions that affect all parish operations.
• Acts as a resource for all matters relating to parish operations.
• Manage all paid professional, administrative and custodial employees.
• Meet with the administrative and custodial staff at least monthly to review compliance with insurance standards, current and upcoming maintenance projects, maintenance of equipment, and other issues as needed.
• Develop annual performance goals, objectives and actions plans and conduct annual staff performance reviews.
• Provide support, recognition and encouragement to staff on a regular basis to ensure a positive and productive work environment.
• Partner with leaders of parish consultative bodies (Parish Pastoral Council, Finance/Administration Council, Faith Formation Commission, Cemetery Committee, Evangelization Committee, Social Justice Commission, Stewardship Committee, Communications Committee and Trustees) to ensure that all initiatives are consistent with parish mission.
• Represent Assumption in local community and civic forums and ensuring the parish interests are considered when dealing with municipal, county and legal decisions.
• Work effectively with the Archdiocese to ensure that Assumption maintains a productive and respectful relationship with Archdiocesan governance.
• Collaborate with Director of Evangelization and other staff members towards the inter-connectedness of both the Anglo and Hispanic communities.
• Oversee cemetery functions including grave sales, cemetery committee, and enforcement of cemetery rules.
• Notarize grave sales when presented same by sales staff.
• Maintain adequate working relationship with Hertz tenant and ensure timely payment and regular contract renewal.
• Maintain adequate working relationship with MOA sign tenant and ensure timely payment and regular contract renewal.
• Maintain adequate working relationship with on-site school (Partnership Academy) tenant and ensure timely payment and regular contract renewal while working within existing property management and lease constraints.
• Maintain adequate working relationship with our Catholic School (Blessed Trinity) and ensure timely support and information exchange.
• Financial lead on all Parish extracurricular activities.
• And other duties assigned.
• Work with the Finance Council and staff to develop an annual budget, overseeing the preparation and approval process.
• Work with the parish staff for fiscal accountability by providing them monthly reports of transactions and a financial statement, working to ensure that the approved budget is adhered to as strictly as possible.
• Monitor monthly income and expenses, reporting variances to the Finance Council working with them to develop a plan for corrective action if indicated.
• Work with the Building and Grounds Committee and the Financial Council with bidding and approval for capital improvement projects.
• Develop, organize, and oversee annual Stewardship drive for contributions and endowment fund in close consultation with the Stewardship committee.
• And other duties assigned.
• Develop and evaluate annual and long range goals in cooperation with the pastor and Finance Council.
• Follow internal financial controls that are consistent with the Archdiocese Standards of Ministry financial controls and monitor those goals on a regular basis.
• Review the internal financial controls yearly with PASC.
• Review monthly financial reports.
• Prepare annual Archdiocese Financial Reports.
• Arrange for an audit every fifth year or when there is a change in pastors.
• Prepare the annual report of finances and ministries to the parish and Archdiocese.
• Collate and present the annual stewardship drive information for reporting to Staff and Parishioners.
• Collaborate with the Parish Secretary in the preparation of the annual pledge mailing, annual contribution statements, Unified Appeal mailing and ACH Christmas and Easter mailing.
• Attend monthly Finance Council meetings.
• And other duties assigned.
• Maintain appropriate insurance coverage and keep the parish current with legal issues and Archdiocesan policies.
• Administration of building use policy.
• Administration of fundraising policy.
• Implement long range capital improvement plan.
• Conduct background checks on staff and volunteers.
• Ensure PACE/PRISM compliance and complete yearly reports.
• Attend staff meetings.
• Attend monthly Parish Finance Council meetings.
• Membership in the local Association of Parish Business Administrators.
• Attend yearly mandatory Archdiocese meetings, Employment Law Update, General Insurance Seminar and Standards in Church Ministry.
• Monitor parish compliance with Archdiocesan polices.
• Ability to recruit and train volunteers.
• And other duties assigned.
• Staff contact person.
• Daily monitoring of backups and server.
• Maintain relationship with outside IT companies.
• Maintain copier and printer contracts.
• Maintain internet and telephone contracts.
• Maintain security system
• Maintain phone system
• And other duties assigned.
Human Resources Functions
• Manage employee payroll and benefits, keeping accurate and current personnel files.
• Prepare annual salary and benefit summaries for all staff.
• Assure compliance with civil law and archdiocesan regulations.
• Prepare insurance, archdiocesan and/or federal reports as needed.
• Participate in annual salary survey.
• Keep the employee manual / handbook current.
• Keep breakroom postings accurate and current.
• Collaborate with appropriate staff members in the orientation of new staff members.
• Conduct background checks on new employees.
• Collaborate with other staff in the hiring of new employees.
• Monitor staff completion of the Catholic Mutual required videos.
• Oversee and manage money counting volunteers
• Oversee and manage office volunteers (including volunteer receptionists)
• Oversee and manage cemetery and grounds volunteers
• And other duties assigned.
Staff Liaison for:
• Finance Council
• Parish Pastoral Council (as needed)
• Stewardship Committee
• Staff Safety Committee
• Building, Grounds and Security Committee
• Cemetery Committee (as needed)
• BT school board (as needed)
• Liaison to Boy Scout Troop
• Liaison to Knights of Columbus
• And other duties assigned.
• Completion of the Essential 3 – Background check, Signed Code of Conduct and Virtus Training.
• Attendance and participation in staff meetings, staff activities appropriate to role as Parish Administrator such as staff events, annual staff retreat day and staff celebrations.
• Share ministerial goals each year with the pastor.
• Knowledge of basic computer skills and the willingness to learn new programs as needed.
• Participate fully in the work of the staff for the good of the whole parish.
• Maintain consistent communication with the Pastor, other staff, and parishioners.
• Assist as needed with intergenerational events, parish events, etc.
• Evaluate programs and committees regularly.
• Regularly meet with all tenants (Hertz, MOA and School)
• Ensure working relationship with all contractors, especially property manager
• Ensure communication and cooperation with Blessed Trinity Catholic School
• Provide annual audit of cemetery records and provide report to Pastor and Trustees
• Provide annual audit of faith formation records and Virtus records and provide report to Pastor and Trustees
• Provide annual audit of sacramental records and provide report to Pastor and Trustees
• And other duties assigned.
• Personally embraces the Catholic Faith, its teachings and traditions.
• BA/BS in non-profit business administration or related field required, MA preferred.
• Or minimum of three years’ experience as a parish administrator in a Catholic Church.
• Experience in parish leadership.
The responsibilities listed above are representative of the job and are not all-inclusive.
Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to current Parish Administrator Ryan Currens at:
or by mail at:
Church of Assumption,
305 East 77th Street,
Richfield, MN 55423.
Interviews will be conducted as qualified applications are received.
Do you have a passion for helping Catholic leaders realize their full potential and, in turn, helping the Catholic faith thrive in the United States and beyond? If you have the experience and expertise to deliver management and leadership training to the most senior leaders in the Catholic Church in the U.S., this is a rare and exciting opportunity to impact how the Church functions and how effective it is in delivering its critical ministries. Leadership Roundtable is looking for a Senior Program Director to join our world-class team. You will be joining the organization as it expands to meet ever-increasing demands for managerial excellence in dioceses and Catholic institutions, both in the United States and abroad. The attributes outlined for this position are deliberately robust; this is a rare opportunity for the individual with the requisite ability and enthusiasm to combine business acumen with missionary zeal. Come join us and work in partnership to transform the management culture and practice of the Catholic Church in dioceses and parishes across the country.
For more information about this position and to apply, please visit: