Employment Opportunities

Staff Accountant (FT, Charleston)
Responsible for accounts payable for the Diocese of Charleston. Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance required. Thorough understanding of accounting principles, MS Office skills essential. Experience with Navision Accounting software preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to prioritize and multi-task, attention to detail required. Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

Immigration Administrative Assistant (PT, Greenville)
Busy immigration legal services office seeking part-time, 20 hours per week Administrative Assistant. Job duties include answering the phone, maintaining and organizing client files, making bank deposits, completing check requests and bank reconciliation reports, and keeping up with the administrative aspects of our Greenville office. Must be bilingual English/Spanish with excellent organizational and communication skills. Experience working with people of different cultures and sensitivity to the needs of low-income client population required. High School diploma and 1 year experience in office environment required. Part-time benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

St. Peter’s Catholic School—Principal (FT, Columbia)
Historic St. Peter’s Catholic School is accepting applications for principal. Located in Columbia, S.C., just steps from the University of South Carolina and the South Carolina State House, St. Peter’s begins its 166th academic year this fall. The school offers K4 through 6th grade students an academically challenging education in a loving, faith-filled environment. Our mission is to prepare our students for lives of faith, virtue and excellence.

Under the supervision of the pastor, the principal serves as the spiritual, instructional and administrative leader of the school. The principal is responsible for all aspects of day-to-day operations in compliance with both state and Diocesan requirements. The principal will also envision and implement a long-range strategic plan that addresses academic standards, student recruitment and faculty development.

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:

A practicing, deeply committed Catholic, with a passion for Catholic education and preferably, willing to live out his/her faith within the parish

A minimum of five years teaching experience with a Master’s degree in School Administration, or willing to attain the Master’s degree within five years of employment

Expertise in educational best practices and individualized approaches to instruction

Experience with innovative trends in education and technology integration

Excellent organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written

Effective leader of professionals, parents and volunteers, possessing a team mind-set

Salary is negotiable. For more information about the school, please see our website: StPetersCatholicSchool.org. Please submit resume and letter of interest, with statement of educational philosophy and leadership experience, to: Mrs. Emily Hero, Principal Search Committee, St. Peter’s Catholic School, 1035 Hampton Street, Columbia, S.C. 29201, or email: PrincipalSearch@StPetersCatholicSchool.org.

Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction (FT, Charleston)
REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Catholic Education

SUMMARY: The Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction is responsible for managing and coordinating the curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development in the schools and programs across the Diocese of Charleston.

  • Responsible for strategic planning and implementation of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development PK-12 to maintain systemic consistency of curriculum and instruction
  • Work with the office of Catechesis and Faith Formation to update the Diocesan Religion Curriculum evaluation tool
  • Develop and manages the budget for curriculum and professional development programs and assessment PK-12
  • Develops and provides ongoing coordination of Diocesan plans for professional development in conjunction with the school coordinators and principals, including developing a handbook of opportunities, providing resources and documents, PK-12
  • Develops professional opportunities for leadership development in an effort to enhance development of administrators
  • Coordinates the Diocese new teacher induction and mentoring programs
  • Develops/identifies assessment protocols and tools for all subjects.  Analyzes, synthesizes and distributes information and data related to MAP administration and retesting
  • Supports the principals and teaching staff in correlating diocesan-mandated testing to daily/annual instruction
  • Facilitates communication and collaboration, both internally and in the community, regarding the goals, programs, and initiatives related to curriculum and instruction, professional development, assessment, education reform, and program evaluation
  • Provides direction for the improvement of student achievement diocesan-wide; develops, organizes and implements models of assistance for schools with lower student achievement
  • Conduct school visits as requested by the Superintendent
  • Co-Coordinate diocesan principals’ meetings with Superintendent
  • Serve as a curriculum resource for school administrators on curriculum implementation
  • Monitor compliance with AdvancED SACS Accreditation Standards
  • Establish and maintain professional membership with NCEA
  • Cultivate relationships with the administration of the independent Catholic schools
  • Work with Title Federal Programs to ensure equitable services in professional development for faculty
  • Attend meetings as requested
  • Coordinates the District’s new teacher induction and mentoring programs.
  • Build and maintain relationship with AdvancED by serving on school visitation teams
  • Co-Coordinate the ongoing action plans and improvement process for the renewal of the Diocesan AdvancED accreditation
  • Conducts special projects as requested; makes presentations to the community, performs tasks requested by the Superintendent
  • Assists with long-range strategic planning, developing system-wide plans, policies, and activities; performs various duties as assigned by the Superintendent
  • Conducts special projects as requested; makes presentations to the community, performs tasks requested by the Superintendent
  • Performs other duties as required or assigned
TIME ALLOCATION: Full time, 12-month position
  • Master’s degree in Education; Doctorate degree preferred.  Previous teaching experience and progressively responsible experience in curriculum and standards
  • Candidate must be a practicing Catholic and have an understanding of the philosophy, practices and traditions of the Catholic faith
  • Knowledge of the philosophies, principles, and practices in curriculum standards/guidelines; current literature, trends, and developments in the fields of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development
  • Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, professional development standards, and program implementation processes
  • Thorough knowledge of curriculum design and implementation for diverse populations and models of curriculum integration/differentiation for all subjects
  • Ability to develop and execute long term goals and objectives;  make administrative decisions in accordance with applicable laws, accreditation requirements, regulations and diocesan policies and procedures; organize workflow and coordinate activities; make oral presentations before large or small audiences; research data and to compile narratives or reports from information gathered
  • Ability to exercise considerable tact and courtesy in frequent contact with the public, establish, and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships as necessitated by work responsibilities
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills. Excellent presentation skills

    More information and how to apply

    Administrative Assistant (FT, Charleston)
    Position is part-time at 20 hours per week. Will provide support and aid to Chancellor’s office for the Diocese of Charleston. Responsibilities include providing direction regarding canonical requirements for marriage dispensations and permissions, assisting parish personnel in completion of premarital investigation information, and department data entry. Will coordinate second collection letters and prepare the yearly second collection schedule for Bishop’s approval and signature. Prepares proper papers for Papal Blessing requests and chancery searches. Aides the Vicar for Religious with mailings and communication with religious in the Diocese.

    Knowledge of Catholicism and canonical sacramental law required. Minimum of 5 years administrative support experience. Attention to detail and experience with Microsoft Office essential. Excellent part-time benefits, generous paid time off, convenient West Ashley location. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

    Client Advocate (FT, Charleston-SC)
    40 hrs/wk for Catholic Charities, Charleston. Provide health care services, client advocacy, and emergency financial assistance. Excellent communication, interpersonal, leadership, and organizational skills required. Knowledge of MS Office and basic budgeting, ability to work independently and to learn data management system essential. Must have 2-4 years business experience in working in a social services environment, non-profit organization. Bachelor's degree in related social service, business or liberal arts field. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Understanding of Catholic social teaching required. Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com

    Client Advocate (FT, Beaufort/Hardeeville-SC)
    40 hrs/wk for Catholic Charities, Beaufort. Provide health care services, client advocacy, and emergency financial assistance. Excellent communication, interpersonal, leadership, and organizational skills required. Knowledge of MS Office and basic budgeting, ability to work independently and to learn data management system essential. Must have 2-4 years business experience in working in a social services environment, non-profit organization. Bachelor's degree in related social service, business or liberal arts field. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Understanding of Catholic social teaching required. Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com

    St. Peter’s Catholic School, Columbia, is accepting resumes for a part-time Spanish teacher position for the remainder of the 2017-2018 academic year.

    Candidate must have strong writing and speaking skills; knowledge of developmental benchmarks of children, and appropriate classroom management skills.

    Interested applicants should a send cover letter and resume to:
    Kathy Preston, Principal
    1035 Hampton Street
    Columbia, SC 29201

    (Murrells Inlet - Parish Secretary )

    St. Michael Catholic Church located in Murrells Inlet, SC is seeking a full-time parish secretary. We are a vibrant Roman Catholic community, demonstrating God’s love through the Holy Eucharist, Gospel and Sacred Tradition.  Guided by the Holy Spirit, we serve our brothers and sisters by living the virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity.

      The Position:
    We’re looking for someone with strong computer skills and at least 5 years’ experience in a secretarial/office position. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Publisher and Excel is required. Strong organizational and time management skills are needed for this position as well as the ability to multi-task and work well with people. Must be able to meet deadlines and work under pressure at times, while maintaining a professional and pastoral attitude. Knowledge of the Catholic faith is helpful, as well as communication skills in Spanish. Must be able to learn parish data base software, and other applications specific to the Catholic Church.

    We Offer:
    • Competitive salary
    • Health and life insurance
    • Generous paid time off
    • 403b retirement plan

    Please send cover letter with resume to:
    virginiay@saintmichaelsc.net or mail to:
    Virginia Yorzinski
    Office Manager
    St. Michael Catholic Church
    542 Cypress Avenue
    Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

    (St. Martin de Porres School - Principal)

    St. Martin de Porres is a Catholic Elementary School located at 2229 Hampton Street Columbia, SC 29204 Columbia, SC. A ministry of St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church, the school is vibrant, Christ-centered and emphasizes the joy and wonder of learning in a loving and caring atmosphere. We promote high academic and social standards and challenge our students to do their best. Rooted in our Catholic identity, we provide students of diverse faiths a rigorous curriculum which allows for academic success. We nurture students to develop a love of learning where “Every child is a Shining Star”. 

    • 95 students in grades PreK – 6
    • 10-15 faculty & staff
    Essential Job Functions:
    • Ability to assist to sustain material, spiritual and social vision of a Catholic school
    • Ability to work collaboratively with parish administration, Faculty, staff, parents and parish organizations
    • Ability to maintain consistent, positive discipline, respecting each person as well as an appreciation of cultural differences
    • Ability to articulate and implement a vision for the school in areas of curriculum, outreach and technology
    • Ability to create an atmosphere of welcome and open dialogue
    Position Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree in Education, School Administration or related field
    • Minimum of 3 to 5 years teaching experience
    • Catechetical Leader certificate (or in process)
    • Practicing Catholic in good standing with understanding of Catholic Theology and Philosophy of Catholic education
    • Evidence of continuing education
    • Leadership experience required
    • Personal philosophy, value and lifestyle which are consistent with a position of leadership in a Catholic school
    Please submit cover letter and resume with salary requirements to sandra@charlestondiocese.org or mail to Sandra Leatherwood at 901 Orange Grove Rd, Charleston, SC 29407 no later than February 14, 2018

    (Director Of Music And Liturgy - Saint Clare Of Assisi Catholic Church, Charleston, SC)

    Chief Responsibilities
  • Helps create and sustain full, active, and joyful congregational participation to promote beautiful liturgies
  • Oversees creation of weekly order of worship, prayers of the faithful and introduction to be read before Mass
  • Helps establish parish Liturgy Team
  • Plans and directs music and seasonal liturgical offerings, with feedback from Pastor and Liturgy Team
  • Plays weekend Masses (three), holy days, funerals, weddings, and others as needed
  • Plays the organ and/or piano and directs other instruments
  • Organizes music library of choral and instrumental sacred music
  • Builds, trains, directs and inspires parish choirs (adult, youth, schola cantorum)
  • Develops and oversees contemporary ensemble
  • Trains and supervises cantors
  • Collaborates with liturgical ministry coordinators
  • Manages scheduling of liturgical ministry volunteers through Ministry Scheduler Pro
  • Coordinates the care and repair of all parish instruments
  • Has knowledge of electronics and sound systems
  • Plans and monitors annual music and liturgy budget
  • Performs administrative functions and collaborates with parish staff and councils

  • Dependable, dedicated, energetic, flexible and creative with a sense of humor
  • Motivated to grow the music program into one respected in metro area and beyond
  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in music, liturgy, or related field, or commensurate experience in parish music and liturgical ministry
  • Strong proficiency in playing the organ and the piano; vocal skills a bonus
  • Thorough understanding of Catholic liturgical norms and customs
  • Strong organizational and communication skills, especially through use of software and social media
  • Effective collaboration with clergy, musicians, staff, and congregation

  • Auditorium uses Allen Chapel Series CF8a two-manual organ and upright piano
  • Salary commensurate with qualifications and competitive with market standards based on NPM guidelines
  • Funerals and weddings paid in addition to salary
  • Benefits include medical/dental and retirement plans participation
  • Continuing education opportunities available

    Send cover letter, CV, and references to gwest@clare.church
    No phone calls, please.

    About the Employer
    We are a new parish, established Easter Sunday 2014, on Daniel Island in beautiful, historic and growing Charleston, ranked one of the world's top cultural and tourist destinations. We are a family of 700+ households so far, mostly of working professionals with children who have migrated to Charleston from throughout the country. Presently we worship in the 550-seat auditorium of Bishop England High School. Design work is underway for a traditional 800+ seat (including a 100 seat choir loft) church building with the goal of completing construction in 2021. Visit us at clare.church. See our community at danielisland.com.

    Administrative Assistant (FT, Charleston)
    High functioning candidate with attention to detail and a high level of accuracy. Ability to prioritize a heavy work load, work well with multiple deadlines, learn quickly, and work in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions. Excellent organizational, customer service, composition, and computer skills, including MS Word and Excel, required. Confidentiality essential. Knowledge of Catholicism helpful. Excellent benefits, generous paid time off, convenient West Ashley location. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

    Director of Maintenance – Temp Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
    Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church

    1100 8th Avenue North, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 Phone: (843) 249-2356 - Fax: (843) 249-8514 - E-mail: olss@sc.rr.com

    Resumes are being accepted by the Position Search Committee of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, North Myrtle Beach for the position of Director of Maintenance. , Interested applicants can obtain additional information and a position description by submitted an email to the Search Committee of Our Lady Star of the Sea, tfeldmansrolss@yahoo.com

    This is a Full Time position with benenfits which has the responsibilities of campus facility plant operations and Administrative/Maintenance responsibilities as defind in the position description

    St. Peter’s Catholic School, historically located in downtown Columbia, SC seeks a Kindergarten Teacher for immediate hire. St. Peter’s is a coeducational elementary school which serves students in grades K4 through 6th. Requirements: BA in Elementary or Early Childhood Education; practicing Catholic; strong written and verbal communication skills; appropriate knowledge of child development and classroom management; proficient with instructional technology. A valid SC teaching certification is required; an applicant who does not have this credential will be required to obtain one within the time period prescribed by the Diocese of Charleston. Applicants must complete Diocesan Safe Environment screening process.

    Please submit resume and cover letters to:
    Mrs. Kathy Preston, Principal
    1035 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC, 29201
    P (803)252-8285 F (803) 254-4736

    For further information about St. Peter’s Catholic School please visit the web site: www.StPetersCatholicSchool.org

    St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School is a new high school in Myrtle Beach SC. Growing one grade-level per year, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School offers an authentically Catholic education to ninth and tenth graders. Eleventh grade will be added in 2018-19 and twelfth grade will be added in 2019-20. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School has an immediate opening for a part-time Biology teacher.

    Send applications or inquiries to: setonhighschoolsc.org

    Parish Facilities Manager - Simpsonville, SC

    Resumes are now being accepted for the position of Parish Facilities Manager at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church. This individual will be responsible for the operational and strategic management for the parish facilities, equipment and technology as well as responsible for supervising and training facilities staff.

    A full job description can be found in the News & Upcoming Events page at smmcc.org. To apply for this position, please submit cover letter, resume, salary requirement and three reference letters to jobs@smmcc.org or submit here.

    Cemetery Worker – Temp to Perm Potential

    Responsible for general cemetery work and maintenance to include burying of the dead both underground and above, gardening, mowing, weeding, raking leaves, trash pickup, occasional interaction with public. Ability to drive stick shift required, lawn care and back hoe experience preferred. For consideration, submit resume and salary expectations to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

    Financial Secretary (FT), John’s Island

    The Financial Secretary at Holy Spirit Catholic Church on John’s Island will be responsible for parish financial activities to include payroll, payables, receivables, journal entries, and various administrative duties. Position is full-time, 30 hours per week. Computer skills and previous bookkeeping experience required. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to kalphonse15@comcast.net..

    Director of Music – Greenville)

    Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Greenville, SC, is accepting applications for a full-time Director of Music. This is an exciting opportunity to develop the music ministry in a traditionally minded, growing parish with a recently constructed new church, complete with a twenty-one rank Wicks pipe organ in an excellent acoustical setting.

    The qualified candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Music with no fewer than three years of professional service in a parish setting and will be, preferably, a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church. The candidate must be knowledgeable in Catholic liturgical practices and an accomplished organist and choir director. Responsibilities include serving as director for an adult choir and a children's choir, and playing for three weekend Masses in the Ordinary Form, as well as other liturgies during the Church Year. Duties also include teaching music in the parish school and playing for the weekly school Mass. Training in the Ward Method of musical pedagogy is an advantage.

    Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and medical/dental benefits are included.

    To submit a letter of inquiry and resume, and for a complete position description, contact the pastor, Fr. Dwight Longenecker, at: frlongenecker@olrgvl.org

    Principal – (FT – Greenville)

    If your mission includes a passion for achieving life-changing results for students, and you could picture yourself leading one of the only Catholic Elementary Schools in America with a 100% high school graduation rate and a 100% college acceptance rate, and you resonate strongly with the Parish commitment of every student becoming a future Christian leader, then apply here.

    St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School in Greenville, SC (https://www.visitgreenvillesc.com/) is seeking a new principal for the 2018-19 school year. St. Anthony School was founded in 1951 to address the educational needs of a mostly minority neighborhood, and the student body is largely African-American and Baptist.

    The education provided at St. Anthony School is rigorous and academically challenging, infused with a strong Franciscan philosophy where God, faith and service are integral to the school’s culture, and all members of the school community share this vision. The school’s graduates, from its inception, have achieved a 90% graduation rate, and college acceptance, and for the last 7 years, a 100% rate…due to its high academic standards as well as the affirming, family-based culture among the school’s students, faculty, staff, parents and volunteers.

    Following a capital campaign, a $6.2million, 26,000 sq-ft school was completed in 2013, and has continued its unique mission: to educate and inspire strong Christian servant leaders for the future. St. Anthony School is populated by amazing students, faculty and staff, and enjoys exceptional parish community support (fundraising, volunteers, etc.) and a tremendous reputation among the schools in Greenville county. This translates into strong funding by people both within and outside the parish and community, but who wholeheartedly support the unique mission, as the school does not depend upon student tuition.

    The Principal will be responsible for carrying out the vision, mission and standards of St. Anthony School, as stated and set by the Parish and the Diocese of Charleston. He/she will have a wonderful opportunity to bring creativity and innovation to a school that is already doing very well; there are no ‘big issues’ to fix – only a desire to make it even stronger, and to shepherd the powerful legacy of developing successful Christian leaders who will model what they learned while at St. Anthony School in their future lives and careers.

    If participating in this powerful mission and legacy sounds like something you can and want to do, then St. Anthony School (http://www.stanthonygreenvillesc.org/)may very well be the place for you.

    Because of the nature of this particular job and the organization in which the position resides, certain ‘must have’ criteria are critical that would normally not be required as a part of a non-sectarian organization.

    1. Be a Practicing Catholic
    2. Have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Education or School Administration
    3. Experience as Principal of a Public or Private School (preferably Elementary School) and certified in South Carolina or a reciprocal state
    4. Experience as a successful classroom teacher of elementary (preferred) or middle school
    5. Ability to provide strong instructional leadership that is standards-based (in depth understanding of curriculum, instruction and assessment)
    6. Collaborative leadership style using a servant leadership approach
    7. Ability to model and promote continuous learning among faculty and staff
    8. Ability to work with diverse student, parent and teacher populations
    9. Expectation of success for all students and families
    10. Strong relationship builder of staff, faculty, volunteers and families
    11. Ability and willingness to participate in fund development activities (grant writing, presentations, networking in the geographic community, the education community and the Catholic community, etc.) that support and sustain the mission of the school
    If you believe the mission of St. Anthony’s intersects with your calling, please apply online with a cover letter and resume. Apply here: https://smartwork.talentnest.com/en/posting/31251/location/42207

    St. Anthony School is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), an accreditation division of AdvancED.

    Administrative Assistant (FT, Hilton Head)

  • Prepare the weekly parish bulletin
  • Assist in answering phone calls for the Parish Office
  • Process Mass card requests and assist in maintaining other office duties including records for the Columbarium
  • Enter offertory deposits and produce year-end tax reports using the software Parish Data Systems
  • Maintain electronic giving donations
  • Process check runs and maintain school invoices/receivables using QuickBooks & FACTS software
  • Maintain purchases orders and payables
  • Perform a variety of administrative duties as required by the office such as data entry, letters, mailings, etc.
  • Support the Director of Administration in day to day accounting operations involving multiple interrelated entities

    Professional Requirements:
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office especially Microsoft Publishing
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Maintain accuracy in reports/records
  • Strong punctuality and dependability

    Additional Consideration:

    Communication background – updating the website & app, social media, assist in the best way to enhance communications to the Parish
  • Reports to the Dir of Admin. Send resumes or inquiries to: d-jenks@stfrancishhi.org

    Building and Renovations Advisory Committee Specialist (FT, Charleston)

    Will work within the Department of Planning and Operations to coordinate the process by which construction and maintenance projects across the diocese are reviewed and contracted. Will organize and facilitate monthly meetings of the Building and Renovations Advisory Committee (BRAC). Will conduct preliminary site visits with parishes and schools to discuss potential projects and be the point person and resource to parish and schools through the process.

    Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving and decision-making skills required. Occasional travel outside of Charleston required. Bachelor’s degree in business management, construction management, architecture and/or other related field or equivalent combination of education and experience required. 3-5 years’ work experience in planning and/or coordinating projects based on an assessment of needs and resources. Proficiency in Word, Excel, PDF software, and Bluebeam essential. Excellent benefits with generous paid time off. For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements tohumanresourcescandidate@gmail.com

    Maintenance Technician

    Maintains and performs preventative maintenance and repair procedures on all buildings and grounds owned by St. Philip Neri Church including the Sanctuary, Parish Center, Ministry Building, Storage Barn, Columbariums, parking lots and all other church-owned grounds. For a complete job description go to saintphilipneri.org Job Opportunities.

    Communication Coordinator

    The Communications Coordinator, under the leadership of the Pastor and parish Business Manager, will serve St. Philip Neri Church by developing, managing and delivering a comprehensive, unified and effective communications strategy. In collaboration with the Pastor, Business Manager, office staff, various parishioner committees, the Finance and Parish Councils, and numerous parish and volunteer ministries, the Coordinator will further St. Philip Neri’s mission and vision by promoting its ministries, programs and events to the parish, the Diocese and the community at large. This effort will be effectively conducted through all appropriate mediums including, but not limited to, print material, websites, social media, digital applications, and photographic and video content. For a complete job description go to saintphilipneri.org Job Opportunities.

    Executive Administrative Assistant (FT, Charleston)

    Will provide support and aid to Direct of Planning and Operations and daily support of the department with documentation, transactions, communications, contract process and miscellaneous duties as needed. Ability to maintain confidentiality essential. Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving and decision-making skills required. Proficiency in Word, Excel, PDF software, and Bluebeam essential. 5-7 years of experience in similar roles required. Associates degree or Paralegal certification, etc. preferred. Excellent benefits with generous paid time off, convenient West Ashley location. For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

    Expert Witness (Court Expert) PT Temporary, Charleston

    Part-time 20 hrs/wk position to serve primarily in the process of marriage nullity cases, by providing psychological assessment and/or report to the judges. Responsibilities include receiving testimony, interviewing witnesses, and using information to compile reports and assessments. Strong computer and writing skills required. Must be a team worker and have excellent interpersonal communication skills. Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, or related field required. Knowledge of Spanish culture and ability to speak Spanish and license preferred. This position requires on-site work in the Tribunal office at the Diocesan Pastoral Center located in West Ashley. For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to humanresourcescandidate@gmail.com.

    Diocese of Charleston (Hispanic Faith Formation Supervisor)

    Key Responsibilities

    A full-time Hispanic Ministry coordinator will be expected to assist with planning, research, and write three year curriculum for the school of Faith and adjunct instructors in Spanish using Church documents and Sacred Scripture. The coordinator is also expected to support the activities of the Director of Hispanic Ministry in advertising classes, registration, and record-keeping of students.

      Assist the Director with the following activities as assigned:
    • Planning, researching, writing adult faith formation curriculum and supporting materials in Spanish according to a sequential three year plan.
    • Teaching adult faith formation classes in Spanish at a variety of sites throughout the diocese. Although most classes are at night, some may be during regular business hours and on weekends.
    • Correspond and communicate with prospective and enrolled students by email and phone.
    • Collect registration data and payments from students, and keep careful enrollment and payment records.
    • Collaborate with pastors and with other diocesan offices in order to facilitate effective planning and use of diocesan resources.
    • Support diocesan projects as assigned.

      Required Skills and Knowledge
    • Display excellent teaching methods and have knowledge of catechetical processes, and ecclesial documents.
    • Able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of Sacred Scripture and Catholic doctrine and possesses an enthusiastic love for the Church.
    • Team worker, able to develop materials that be used by adjunct instructors.
    • Ability to work under supervision, and to display ongoing commitment to self-development and education in both theological understanding and teaching methods.
    • Ability to organize projects from general instructions.
    Requirements: Masters in Theology, Catechesis or equivalent preferred
    Requirements: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in Spanish and being able to communicate in English. Being able to communicate in English.

    Please send a letter of intention and curriculum vitae to: Gustavo Valdez, Director of Hispanic Ministry at gvaldez@catholic-doc.org