This is a full time position reporting to the pastor. The Director provides support and strengthens the evangelization efforts, catechetical programs and faith life of the Catholic School, Kindergarten through Grade 5, and the parish Religious Education program, Grades 1-6. The individual will direct and coordinate all aspects of First Reconciliation and First Communion sacramental programs for children, including youth preparing for sacraments at non-traditional ages and implements all facets of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and Children (RCIA and RCIC).
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree; Master’s Degree in Theology preferred. Experience as a DRE and catechist preferred.
Please contact Jeanne McLellan at firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete job description and application instructions.
St. Agnes Parish, Butler, WI is accepting applications for the full time position of Director of Liturgy and Music. Degreed candidates will have skills and knowledge in liturgical preparation, sacramental celebrations, and music ministry. This includes keyboard/organ, vocal skills and choral direction. Excellent communication and supervisory skills are a must. Major responsibilities include serving as music director and coordinating the worship life of the parish in collaboration with other staff and volunteers. Position begins: July 1, 2017. For more information, please see: http://www.stagnesparish.org/parish/aboutus.cfm.
St. Agnes Parish
12801 W. Fairmount Ave., Butler, WI 53007
|Position:||Director of Diocesan Financial Consulting|
|Company:||Archdiocese of Milwaukee|
|Location:||Saint Francis, WI|
|Salary Range:||minimum $56,971|
|Salary Notes:||benefits available 1st of the month following 30 days of employment|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
Requirements and/or Preferences
|Required Experience:||5 to 15 years|
|The Archdiocese of Milwaukee- Central Offices is looking for a passionate and service minded finance professional to work with our 190+ parishes in 10 counties to ensure their financial activities are sound and consistent with best practice.
Support parishes and schools in accordance with the Parish Financial Management Manual
Review of annual parish confidential financial reports
Plan and develop programs and training curriculum relating to parish finances
Involvement in parish budget approval procedure
Participate in the proxy approval process for requests involving parish funds or property and serve on the Building Commission
Administer the Office of Parish Finance
Special projects and presentations
Occasional evening and weekend work. Frequent travel (weekly) throughout the 10 counties of the archdiocese.
Qualifications: Bachelor Degree in Business Administration or Accounting is required. A CPA certificate is highly desirable.
Minimum of five years of accounting experience, including at least two years in an audit function is preferred.
Experience working in parishes on a volunteer or paid basis is desirable.
Knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church and its mission is desirable.
Knowledge of auditing procedures.
Ability to accumulate, summarize, analyze and interpret financial data.
Ability to communicate effectively with archdiocesan staff, pastors/parish directors, parish trustees and finance committees verbally and in writing.
Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines.
Knowledge of organizational structure of parishes and of the archdiocese.
Knowledge of appropriate computer software, specifically Quickbooks .
Knowledge of budget procedures and ability to communicate to others.
Ability to motivate and work with other archdiocesan staff in area of parish finances.
Ability to do long- and short-range planning, set priorities, individually and in collaboration with others.
Proven facilitation/presentation skills.
Skill, knowledge and ability to plan, prepare and administer office budgets.
Leadership and supervision skills.
|Link to job: Director of Diocesan Financial Consulting|