Job openings

(Job listings from the Office of Catholic Education for Catholic schools are listed here)

Executive Assistant to the Archbishop

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to the Archbishop to serve as a member of the Chancery administrative team and assist the Archbishop with scheduling, correspondence, and projects. Responsibilities include preparing letters, reports, and other documents at the request of the Archbishop and providing administrative support such as answering phone calls, greeting visitors, and processing mail. The person in this position will also coordinate the Archbishop’s calendar, including appointments, conference calls, liturgies, pastoral visits, and USCCB activities.

The position requires outstanding verbal and written communications skills, attention to detail, proficiency with Microsoft Office software, flexibility, the ability to prioritize and multi-task, and the ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidential information. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in communications or a related field is preferred. Experience in administration and communication, preferably involving matters pertaining to the Catholic Church, is required. Proficiency in effectively speaking and writing both English and Spanish is also preferred.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202


Principal, Reitz Memorial High School, Evansville, IN

About Reitz Memorial High School:

  • 9-12 High School
  • Enrollment of 664 Students
  • Faculty of 47 Teachers
  • State of Indiana Accredited
  • AdvancED Accredited
  • “A” School, Indiana Accountability Grades
  • Established in 1925

Starting date – July 1, 2018

Salary commensurate with education and experience

Candidate must be a practicing Roman Catholic and hold or be eligible for a valid Indiana School Administrative License

For application, please contact:

Dr. Daryl Hagan
Superintendent of Schools
Catholic Schools Office
Diocese of Evansville
P.O. Box 4169
Evansville, IN 47724-0169
(812) 424-5536


Coordinator/Resource for Intracultural Pastoral Formation, St Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church

The coordinator & resource person develops and coordinates ministry of St. Mark parishioners from Myanmar; serves as liaison with the staff, parishioners and the larger community; educates and orients Myanmarese parishioners; serves as the primary communicator between both the Myanmarese and the parish; assesses and develops services and programs and serves as the lead catechist of the parishioners.

  • Is a professed and participating Catholic.
  • Is bi-lingual in Burmese and English.
  • Has a desire and ability to work and minister to the Myanmar community.
  • Has the ability to initiate, organize and call forth parishioners.
  • Ability to work collaboratively the parish staff and parishioners.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of the Catholic Church.
  • Experience in dealing with people.

Please send resumes to Edward P. Isakson, PHR, Director at Deadline: December 30, 2017.


Campus Minister for Catholic Social Concern and Service

Marian University seeks qualified candidates for our Campus Minister for Catholic Social Concern and Service. The successful candidatemust understand the unique needs of college students and their faith formation, and is competent working with persons of many cultures, ethnicities, and religious traditions.  S/He must possess a mature ministerial identity, be innovative, be an excellent communicator, and be willing and able to engage students and mentor them in their spiritual growth.  Students should see the Campus Minister as a Christian leader and mentor.

The Campus Minister interacts with all areas of Mission and Ministry, collaborating with the staff, and serving students.  S/He is responsible for ensuring the following:  work within the campus ministry budget and related planning and evaluation; support leadership development and spiritual formation of student leaders; support the realization of the Rebuild My Church Strategic Plan; consult and communicate with diocesan and campus officials.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the STARR program (a weekly reflective service opportunity) and the STARR Core leadership team.
  • Coordinate and expand the Alternative Break Program through student leadership formation, sound fiscal stewardship, and innovation. 
  • Implement and/or support various campus-wide service opportunities, such as:
      • FIRST Day of Service and Leadership
      • Indy DO Day
      • Martin Luther King Day of Service
  • Encourages an examination of social justice issues from a Catholic and Christian perspective through retreats, presentations, and prayer.
  • Other duties may be assigned

Marian University offers an excellent benefits package including health and dental insurance and full Marian University undergraduate tuition benefits for employees and their family.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Required materials include: letter of application, current CV with evidence of outstanding teaching and professional activities, names and contact information of three professional references. Only complete applicant packets submitted to will be considered.  Marian University is an EOE and is committed to diversity and encourages persons from diverse backgrounds to apply for this position.


Assistant Coordinator of Liturgy and Adult Faith Formation

St. Bartholomew Catholic Church in Columbus, IN is seeking someone with a knowledge and love of liturgy and catechesis to be an Assistant Coordinator of Liturgy and Adult Faith Formation. This is a full time, salaried position with benefits.  Weekend and evening work required.  The applicant must be a fully initiated Roman Catholic who is living a life that is in harmony with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Fluency in speaking and writing in Spanish is a plus, but not required.  The applicant will report to the Pastor and Pastoral Associate.  

To see a complete job description, please go to the Adult Faith Formation page on the parish website at

Submit cover letter, resume, and references to:

St. Bartholomew Catholic Church
ATTN. Kathy Davis-Shanks
1306 27th Street
Columbus, IN  47201


Principal, Holy Cross High School, Louisville

Holy Cross High School, in the tradition of Angela Merici and Bishop David and sponsored by the Archdiocese of Louisville, is a Catholic college preparatory school committed to spiritual, academic, social, physical and emotional growth for every student. Together, young men and women from diverse backgrounds are prepared to become faith-filled, visionary, and inspirational leaders in service to their community, the Church, and the world, now and in the future.

Holy Cross High School is a Catholic, Co-Educational environment serving the families of Southwest Louisville and beyond. The school is dedicated to providing a small learning environment for each student and has an 11:1 student/teacher ratio. Students are challenged with rigorous and relevant real-world experiences to create a true 21st century education through a creative internship program and immersion in STREAM education.

Holy Cross High School, seeks dynamic, creative and innovative candidates to lead the instructional vision for the school. Candidates must be practicing Catholics who are active in his/her parish and possess a desire to lead Holy Cross faculty and students in the growth of Catholic Identity. Candidates must be 21st century educators who believe in the combination of content and skills as well as eff ective engagement with instructional technology.

Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in School Administration and experience is preferred. Interested applicants should email cover letter and resume to Danielle A. Wiegandt at


Principal, Archbishop Moeller High School, Cincinnati, Ohio

As a key leader in the Moeller Family, the Principal oversees the religious, academic, and operational dimensions of the school, including our house system.  The Principal acts as a spokesperson for the school, and ensures that the school authentically reflects the teachings of the Catholic Church, the Marianist charism, the initiatives of the Archdiocese, and the needs of the people that it serves.  Most importantly, the Principal is a team player who is tireless in forwarding Moeller's Mission: Catholic Marianist. Forming our Students into Remarkable Men.

Additional information about this position:

Completed application packets are due to Bill Sears, Hamilton County Educational Service Center, 11083 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 on or before December 22, 2017.  Packets may be submitted electronically to


Coordinator of Music (Part-Time)

St. Mary Catholic Church, Lanesville is accepting applications for a part-time Coordinator of Music to manage and coordinate various aspects of liturgical music in the life of the parish.  A practicing Catholic is preferred to lead in various ways, such as:

  • Schedule and conduct rehearsals with choir(s), cantors and accompanist (including youth)
  • Prepare, select and coordinate all weekend Mass music (Saturday 5:30 / Sunday 8am and 10:30am)
  • Lead/perform for two of three weekend Masses
  • Develop and encourage active participation of parishioners in the Mass
  • Oversee the administrative needs of music ministry such as the acquisition of new music, maintenance of instruments, participate in the annual budgeting process, obtain copy right licensing, etc.
  • Collaborate with liturgy committee and parish staff on special events (i.e. funerals, Sacramental celebrations, prayer services, concerts, etc.)

Candidate should be knowledgeable of Roman Catholic Liturgy and have basic competency in organ, piano, voice and/or choral performance.  An undergraduate or graduate degree in Music or equivalent experience in liturgical music is required. Candidates must respect and uphold the teachings of the Catholic Church, be able to honor and maintain confidentiality, and fulfill the requirements of Safe & Sacred training protocol.
Please mail or email cover letter and resume, in confidence to: 

St. Mary Catholic Church
Attn: Music Ministry Search Committee 
2500 St. Mary Dr. NE
Lanesville, IN 47136
Phone: (812) 952-2853

Deadline for application: December 4, 2017


Part-time Cook

Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House is seeking a part time Cook who is responsible for assisting the Food Services Manager offer scheduled meals of high quality, typically as a buffet and for a pre-determined number of guests.  The Cook will assist in preparing and presenting Fatima meals and refreshments attractively, on time, in good taste and in a spirit of hospitality. The successful candidate must be available for a flexible schedule of about 16 to 32 hours per week. Hours will vary between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., Monday through Sunday, depending on the Retreat House schedule and which meal the cook is assigned to prepare and serve.

Applicants must have excellent cooking and time management skills, great attention to detail, good communication skills, and a heart for ministry and the mission of Fatima Retreat House.

Persons interested may send their cover letter, resume and list of references to:

David Helle, Food Services Manager
Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House
5353 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN  46226

Or call (317) 545-7681, Ext. 110 for more information


Parish Business Manager

St. Susanna, Plainfield is seeking a full-time Business Manager.  The Business Manager will serve as a staff resource in support of the Pastor, fulfilling parish administrative needs in finance, buildings and grounds, and human resource administration.

Essential duties and responsibilities include:

  • Manage the business, administrative, HR and financial affairs in conjunction with other parish and school staff as necessary
  • Prepare Bi-weekly payroll, implement salary changes, maintain employee records, process new hires and manage the recording of employee absences
  • Ensure compliance with applicable employment laws and personnel policies
  • Provide education and guidance to employees as necessary
  • Maintain accurate filing, record-keeping and reporting systems for all parish financial matters
  • Record electronic income and expenses, process and reconcile bank statements
  • Prepare monthly and year end reports for the parish and Archdiocese
  • Monitor the collection, counting, recording and depositing of parish revenue from all sources
  • Prepare, administer and review the budget process in collaboration with the Finance Committee, Pastor and other committees
  • Oversee capital campaign fund drives,
  • Serve as a resource to the parish organizations for all financial and HR matters
  • Serve as a point of contact with the Archdiocese
  • Prepare gaming licenses and ensure compliance with the IN Gaming Commission
  • Attend staff meetings, Parish Council and Archdiocesan meetings as appropriate          
  • Act as a liaison to the Finance Commission

The position requires knowledge of accounting, proficiency with information technology specifically Excel and general ledger software.  Qualifications include a degree in business, management or public administration, a background in accounting/bookkeeping with 10 years’ experience as a first-line manager in a medium to large firm, Catholic school, parish or similar organization.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter, resume and list of references to: Rev. Glenn L. O’Connor,


Marketing and Event Coordinator (Part-Time)

The Marketing and Event Coordinator for St. Louis Church in Batesville will be responsible for organizing and promoting various St. Louis events and activities. The Marketing and Event Coordinator will work with internal committees to help develop and manage their events, as well as ensuring church message and brand are consistent across all channels. The ideal candidate will be a creative, energetic and organized team member with the ability to conceptualize, strategize, create and manage multiple marketing, advertising, public relations and special event projects concurrently.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate development of parish and bingo marketing, including; web, print ads, and social media
  • Maintain Bingo player database and addresses for mailings and newsletter
  • Organize Bingo volunteer schedule and managing registration, payment and seating for Bingo events
  • Manage multiple tasks and responsibilities concurrently


  • Must have strong communication skills
  • Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to deliver web content across all platforms, including website and social media
  • Familiarity with online marketing strategies and marketing

To submit a resume or for a complete list of job duties, please contact Scott Weekley; Business Manager in the Parish Office. Phone: 812-934-3204.


Coordinator of Music (Part-Time)

St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Fishers, IN is currently seeking a part-time Coordinator of Music to manage and coordinate various aspects of music in the life of the parish.
Essential Duties:  

  1. Plan liturgical music for all parish liturgies, services, and activities as needed
  2. Recruit, train, and supervise musicians
  3. Schedule and conduct rehearsals with choirs, cantors, and accompanists
  4. Coordinate the administrative needs of the music program, for example, acquisition of new music, instrument maintenance, copyright licensing, etc.
  5. Ensure volunteers and assistants involved in music complete Diocesan Protocol training
  6. Develop and assist in setting annual music budget


  • High School Diploma or equivalent, plus related experience. Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Knowledge and experience in Catholic liturgical music preferred.
  • Possess respect and ability to uphold Catholic Church teaching.
  • Able to honor & maintain confidentiality
  • Able to pass and maintain diocesan child safety protocol
  • Proficiency in voice, keyboard, guitar, or choral performance and some knowledge of all these instruments
    Qualified candidates should be a practicing Catholic.  Resumes should be submitted to


Coordinator, Human Life and Dignity

The Coordinator of the Office of Human Life and Dignity assists the Archbishop, pastors and parishes of the Archdiocese by providing programs and activities supporting the sanctity of human life.  In this capacity, the position provides service, support, and resources for public education, prayer, pastoral care, and public policy.  The ministries of this office are committed to protecting the dignity of every person from conception through natural death.  Programs include Birthline (assistance to pregnant women), Project Rachel (post-abortion healing), health ministries, and Pro-Life activities. 

The qualified candidate is a professed and practicing Roman Catholic who can clearly and accurately articulate the teachings of the Church with respect to the sanctity of human life. A bachelor’s degree in theology or a related field is required, and a master’s degree is preferred.  Applicants should have at least 3 years of paid or volunteer experience in a parish or Catholic agency serving as a Respect Life Coordinator or an equivalent position.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202



The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Accountant for the Office of Accounting Services. The Accountant is responsible for assisting the Director of Catholic Charities and Agency Reporting in providing accounting services for several agencies. Responsibilities include:

  • Review and approve weekly check requests
  • Review and approve weekly check runs
  • Receive and prepare receipts for deposits and oversee posting process to general ledger
  • Record journal entries for offsite deposits
  • Record journal entries for electronic deposits
  • Review and reconcile client A/R and record journal entries
  • Coordinate school social work billing and A/R collection
  • Prepare balance sheet reconciliations
  • Monitor bank account balances for agency checking accounts and initiate account transfers as needed
  • Assist Director of Catholic Charities and Agency Reporting in monitoring banking activities 
  • Assist in establishing efficient process for providing donor information to Office of Stewardship and Development
  • Maintain project grants for specific funding sources and provide project reporting as needed
  • Prepare grant claims and related entries for specific program grants and assist with grant management/reporting
  • Assist in maintaining grant summary report, including obtaining and reviewing grant agreements and contracts
  • Serve as backup for other staff and perform other duties as required to contribute to the efficiency of the office

The position requires thorough knowledge of accounting, proficiency with information technology, specifically Excel, Word, and general ledger software, analytical and problem solving skills, a willingness to work well with others in a variety of settings, the ability to perform detailed work with accuracy and meet required deadlines, and the ability to maintain confidential information.

A bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting or a related field is required, in addition to at least 2 years of accounting experience.
To apply, please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202


CYO Camp Rancho Framasa…NOW HIRING….School Year Program Staff

CYO Camp Rancho Framasa is an inclusive, residential camp, located in south central Indiana, operated by the Catholic Youth Organization since 1946.

Serving participants of all ages our school year programs include: Outdoor Education, Recreation, Retreats, and Community & Leadership Programming.

Program Staff work with teachers and other staff members to cater programs to meet specified goals, objectives and state mandated proficiencies.  Working at camp as a Program Staff member gives the opportunity to expand teaching, classroom management, curriculum development, leadership, and facilitation skills. Program Staff also gain valuable experience coordinating groups, planning programming, working within a close-knit team, and professional development. We offer a welcoming, faith filled staff community in a beautiful outdoor setting. Training is provided. Three options available: 1. School Year: August 6, 2017-May 26, 2018, 2. Fall Semester: August 6-November 11, 2017. 3. Spring Semester:  March 6-May 26, 2018.

Visit: for more information and an online application. Questions?  Email


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