The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is the chief spokesperson representing the organization to constituencies, both internal and external. In addition to operational, financial, and administrative duties, the scope of responsibility includes overseeing fund development, marketing, grantmaking, community relations, and strategic thinking and planning. The Executive Director will build, foster, and maintain a balanced organizational culture that inspires mission excellence with the efficacy of best business practices, fiscal accountability, and institutional impact.
We are seeking candidates offering the following qualifications:
• Passion for OCF’s mission
• Models their Catholic faith in actions and deeds
• Entrepreneurial spirit, imagination, vision, leadership, and integrity
• A minimum of 10 years of major gift fundraising with individuals/corporations in a professional capacity with demonstrated results
• A minimum of 5 years of senior management experience, with increasing levels of responsibility and management of staff, preferably with direct collaboration with Boards of Directors
• Proven track record of management success with comparable P&L, planning, and operations responsibilities
• A demonstrated ability to plan and operate strategically, to build public support, to strengthen infrastructure, to inspire staff and the Board of Directors, and to develop effective programs
• Exceptional financial, organizational, and administrative skills
• Excellent knowledge of fiscal management, budgeting, and cash flow management
• The ability to plan, set goals and objectives, organize and follow through
• A strong communication skill set, and demonstrated ability to work effectively with and gain the respect and support of varied and changing constituencies, including staff, board members, church leadership, potential donors, volunteers, and others
• A team builder with a track record of effective staff management, including hiring, rewarding, developing, and retaining talented managers and administrative staff members
• Ability to juggle many responsibilities at once and to operate both independently and with the flexibility to be part of a team
• Computer literate: Knowledge of Word and Excel and an ability to learn database software
• Bachelor’s degree / Master preferred.
Please send resumes to:
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POSITION TITLE: Parish Business Manager
Schedule: Part time
Status: Non-Exempt or Exempt
Reports to: Pastor (also works along with the Financial Officer)
The parish business manager is a professional administrator who assists the Pastor with the stewardship of the physical, financial and personnel resources of the parish. This work includes, but is not limited to: data and records management, phone and email support, supplies and inventory management, communications work, managing use of church space by parish and outside groups, supporting church ministries and committees and collaborating with volunteers. The Parish Administrator will be a resource person for both members and non-members,welcoming and responsive presence in our church’s office. The business manager is a steward of the physical, financial and
• Oversees financial affairs of parish including: prepares, administers and reviews budget process in collaboration with the Pastor, Financial Director, Finance Council, Pastoral Council
• Oversees the management of parish financial records and coordinates with the bookkeeper to maintain parish financial records
• Oversees liaison between the parish and the diocese in financial matters
• Directs management of the parish office; personnel management, personnel policies, hiring and termination procedures, job descriptions, manages payment of salaries and benefits
• Directs purchasing procedures, place orders for supplies and equipment as authorized
• Directs routine parish maintenance, manages major repairs and renovations,
• Oversees security systems
• Responsible for communication coordinates the preparation of the Sunday bulletin, including advertising
• Coordinate the parish calendar planning for church events and facilitates building use by internal and authorized external groups.
• Attend pastoral staff meetings, commission meetings and Parish Council meetings, as necessary
• Consult with and advise pastor and principal on business and administrative matters that affect the parish and school
• Maintain all cemetery records (if applicable)
e • Responsible for Brick by Brick Project
• Oversees technology, website, computers, etc.
• Oversees the maintenance of the parish census
Education and Experience:
• Associates degree in Business Administration, Finance or related field. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• 2-5 years experience in a supervisory position
• 2-5 years experience in business or management
• Experience in a church or other ministry setting is preferred
Knowledge Skills and Abilities demonstrating application of the following:
• Ability to handle sensitive, confidential information with discretion
• Strong interpersonal communication skills required, written and verbal communication
• Demonstrated professionalism with the ability to represent the parish
• Experience with a broad range of administrative duties
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Phone 970-242-6121
POSITION TITLE: Coordinator of Faith Formation
Schedule: Part time
Status: Non exempt
Reports to: Pastor and Business Manager
The parish Coordinator of Faith Formation is a professional administrator who assists the Pastor in providing religious education and spiritual growth for the children in the parish. This work includes, but is not limited to: data and records management, phone and email support, supplies and inventory management, communications work, supporting church ministries and committees and collaborating with volunteers. The Parish Coordinator of Faith Formation will be a resource person for both members and non-members, and a welcoming and responsive presence in our church’s office and parishioners. The Coordinator of Faith Formation is a steward of the physical, financial and personnel resources of the parish, and enables the religious education classes to function effectively.
• Directs a quality faith formation program for children (preschool through grade 5)
• Oversees and promotes RCIC, Sacramental Preparation (Reconciliation & Holy Communion), and Vacation Bible School
• Provides religious classes
• Schedule classes that correlate with School District 51 calendar year
• Coordinates, recruits, and trains catechists
• Coordinates events children (Easter Egg Hunts, Family End of Year Celebration, Christmas Play, etc.)
• Oversees and teaches classes as needed
• Meet with parents & catechists for year end evaluations
• Coordinates child care for events
• Collaborates with IHM’s Mom group
• Maintains cry room supplies, devotionals, & activities for children
Education and Experience:
• Theology Degree or Background preferably
• 2-5 years of experience in .• Ability to handle sensitive, confidential information with discretion
• Experience duties
• High level of accuracy and attention to detail
• Problem solving, discretion and interpersonal skills needed
• Exhibit good listening
• Excellent interpersonal, staff, parishioners, diocese, vendors, etc.
• Organization, time management and ability to manage tasks effectively
• Self-motivated, well organized,
• Knowledge of the operation of diocesan deaneries, parish structures and operations preferred
• Train on diocesan systems and train others as necessary.
• This position is responsible for overseeing catechists.
• This position office setting
• 20-30 Hours a Week, Flexible Time within the hours of Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with possibly some evenings and/or weekends
• Must be able to pass a criminal background investigation
• Must have good driving record, current Colorado Driver’s License and automobile insurance
LOCATION: Irondale, AL
The Director of Safety and Security oversees the administration of the safety and security program for all domestic Network facilities and locations in order to provide a safe and secure work environment for all employees, guests, pilgrims, and visitors.
• Lead Network safety and security efforts in planning, implementation, threat detection, risk mitigation, and response.
• Provide guidance to senior management in identifying and assessing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, risks, vulnerabilities and threats that could affect network operations.
• Provide leadership and expertise on all areas of safety and security.
• With the VP of HR and CEO, develop plans for achieving strategic goals for the organization relative to safety and security.
• Create and oversee budget.
• Develop and administer safety and security compliance programs; provide continuous analysis, interpretation, resolution and implementation of programs.
• Interpret federal and state regulations concerning safety and security compliance programs; review proposed legislation and regulations and respond to agencies, federal, and other regulatory and accreditation entities; and update necessary policies.
• Benchmark with other organizations to utilize best practices and principles in the area of security and risk management.
• Foster relationships with Federal, State and Local agencies in the areas of emergency services, law enforcement, and regulatory/compliance while serving the needs of the Network.
• Oversee the investigation and correction of all security and safety issues.
• Manage safety and security investigations, compliance audits, and security inspections by government agencies.
• Work with Human Resources to administer OSHA reporting and compliance.
• Hire, train, evaluate and lead all security staff and organization personnel with security duties.
• Minimum of 7 – 10+ years’ experience in law enforcement, military or security, with at least 5 years serving in a Manager or Director level role in an organization.
• Experience leading the development and implementation of plans for emergency response, safety and security.
• Demonstrated ability to effectively hire, motivate and lead a team.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as effective interpersonal skills.
• High level of professionalism, business acumen, & integrity; ability to exercise good judgement & discretion.
• Ability to work with the public effectively, tactfully and safely.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality around sensitive items and security issues.
• Practicing Catholic with knowledge of EWTN and its mission.
• Working knowledge of OSHA & NFPA codes and standards.
• Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Risk Management, or other related field.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, FSA, vision, life insurance, short & long term disability, retirement savings plan with employer match, paid time off, and paid holidays).