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If you are qualified and interested in one of the following employment opportunities, forward your resume to the Human Resource Department, Catholic Center, 238 Jewett Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06606-2892 or via fax to: 203.374.2524.

Note: Preference is given first to qualified employees in Agencies/Offices participating in the Diocese of Bridgeport, second to qualified employees of other Diocese Offices, Parishes, and Schools, and third to outside applicants. Candidates are considered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, handicap or age.

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Assistant Superintendent - DOB

The Assistant Superintendent serves as an instructional leader of the Diocese and the primary evaluator of curricular initiatives.  The Assistant Superintendent ensures the educational objectives are aligned to Diocesan Curriculum Maps and to instructional practices that yield the highest standards of student achievement, instructional excellence, and community support in all subject areas.   The position assists the Superintendent substantially and effectively in the task of providing leadership in developing, achieving, and maintaining the best possible educational programs and services. The Assistant Superintendent works collaboratively with the entire staff of the Office of the Superintendent to provide excellent professional development opportunities for Catholic school educators.

The Assistant Superintendent:

  • Researches and implements best practices and innovative programs to enhance excellence, scholarship, creativity, and achievement for all students
  • Collaboratively develops annual goals and action plans for the improvement of curriculum, instruction and assessment
  • Coordinates diocesan wide teacher professional development opportunities
  • Oversees the recruitment, mentoring, and appraisal processes for teachers
  • Provides leadership in the effective integration of technology in the teaching-learning process
  • Designs, develops, and monitors Diocesan wide curriculum mapping in collaboration with administrators and teachers
  • Ensures the development and  implementation of curriculum that is aligned with Diocesan maps, student and teacher performance objectives, curriculum standards and proficiencies in all subject areas   
  • Coordinates and articulates curriculum among and between the grades
  • Assists school administrators with professional development program for teachers
  • Assists administrators in the evaluation of instructional materials, including textbooks, digital resources, library/media acquisitions, and other instructional materials
  • Provides leadership in developing plans for instructional research; pilot studies for curriculum, instruction, and technology; and new courses of study
  • Assumes responsibility for organizing, reviewing, evaluating, and interpreting the results of the Diocesan wide testing program and assessment measures
  • Collaborates with school administrators to ensure effective use of federal and state funds
  • Collaborates with the Associate Superintendent to plan and execute various administrator meetings
  • Collaborates with the Associate Superintendent for the “Aspiring Future Leaders” program
  • Performs other duties and completes special projects as assigned by the Superintendent

 

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an active practicing Catholic, in good standing with the Catholic Church
  • Hold a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership (or related field)
  • Hold or be eligible for administrator certification for the state of Connecticut
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communications skills  
  • Be available for evening/weekend meetings/events as necessary
  • Be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Be well-versed with the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • Exhibit visionary instructional and technological leadership with a proven track record in both curriculum and professional development
  • Have at least five (5) years of administration experience in a Catholic School.

Interested and qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter and resume by June 3, 2016 to

Patricia Bell, Executive Asst. to the Superintendent, via email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





Associate Superintendent of Schools - DOB

The Associate Superintendent provides leadership in establishing diocesan-wide as well as school specific goals, assists in the development of a comprehensive strategic plan, works with school leaders to ensure implementation of strategic goals, effectively communicates with staff and community, and provides direction and leadership to school administrators.

The Associate Superintendent:

  • Provides support and direction to schools to ensure the effective implementation of strategic and tactical goals
  • Provides professional development to ensure that all schools create and share a comprehensive “State of the School” report each year 
  • Develops and coordinates the implementation of policies and procedures and organizes the recruitment, mentoring and appraisal of administrative personnel
  • Coordinates the “Aspiring Future Leaders” program
  • Assists schools in the development of strategic planning goals that are aligned with Diocesan initiatives and the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary Schools
  • Researches and analyzes data and communicates findings in formats that are easily understood and actionable to facilitate planning and operational improvements for schools to facilitate student success
  • Coordinates administrator meetings and professional development for administrators in collaboration with the Assistant Superintendent
  • Collaborates with the superintendent as needed on relationships with local colleges and universities
  • Works with staff in the Office of the Superintendent to produce an annual report
  • Provides oversight of NEASC accreditation process
  • Coordinates development and training of HSA and School Board members
  • Researches, evaluates, and prepares grants for school improvement, enrollment management, and community outreach
  • Works with colleagues in the Office of the Superintendent on a comprehensive plan for outreach to those populations underserved by our Catholic Schools
  • Works with principals and parents to address parental concerns
  • Performs other duties and completes special projects as assigned by the Superintendent

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an active practicing Catholic, in good standing with the Catholic Church
  • Hold a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership (or related field)
  • Hold or be eligible for administrator certification for the state of Connecticut
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communications skills 
  • Possess superior research and data analysis skills
  • Be able to work with diverse groups to create and implement strategic plans around a shared vision
  • Demonstrate successful experience in creating and implementing both strategic and tactical plans for school improvement
  • Have experience in a school or diocesan accreditation process
  • Be available for evening/weekend meetings/events as necessary
  • Be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Be well-versed with the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools

Have at least five (5) years of administration experience in a Catholic School

Interested and qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter and resume by June 3, 2016 to

Patricia Bell, Executive Asst. to the Superintendent, via email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





Director of Faith Formation at St. Philip Parish, Norwalk, CT

PRIMARY FUNCTION:  The Director of Faith Formation (hereinafter called DFF) administers designs, develops, directs and evaluates a total parish educational program (Story-telling/Pre-K through Confirmation – approximately 175 children) and provides leadership to assist a parish community in building a solid spiritual foundation for all age groups.

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILIITES:

  • In Consultation with the Pastor, designs catechetical programs which support spiritual learning in conformity with Diocesan guidelines, parish needs and contemporary culture.
  1. Integrates insights from current catechetical literature into program planning.
  2. Develops goals, objectives and strategies for the total religious education program.
  3. Articulates a vision and direction for the parish catechetical program.

 

  • Plan and maintain meaningful, long-term curricula for Faith Formation, which includes:
  1. Religious education for children and youth in Confirmation preparation.
  2. In-service formation and spiritual enrichment of catechists.
  3. Sacramental programs for children and their families, including appropriate liturgical celebrations.
  4. Informational and instructional meetings for those preparing for the sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, Eucharist, and Confirmation.

 

  • Program Development
  1. Creates and develops a Core Group of Volunteers (youth and adults) and provides for its enrichment.
  2. Is available for and has set times for listening, counseling and referral.
  3. Develops the kind of relationship with parents that are conducive to open communication between Faith Formation parents and students.
  4. Continues the catechetical preparation of students for the reception of the Sacrament of Confirmation.
  5. Assists in the preparation of para-liturgical and liturgical celebrations for Students and their families. (For example: Grade-level liturgies)
  6. Coordinates the interviewing of Confirmation candidates for the purpose of mutually evaluating their readiness for the sacrament.
  7. Identifies opportunities for students to perform community service projects and oversees them.

 

  • Manages the infrastructure of religious education.
  1. Recruits, trains, supervises and evaluates catechists and support staff.
  2. Makes special efforts to gain the endorsement, support and involvement of all adults, especially parents and parish organizations.
  3. Maintains relationship with the pastor, the administrative director, other parish staff members, catechetical staff and Diocesan office of Faith Formation.
  4. Creates and monitors a budget for the operation of the programs.
  5. Obtains resources (AV, books, liturgical materials, etc.) which complement and expand the religious education efforts in the parish.
  6. Coordinates liturgical/sacramental functions and varied prayer experiences.
  7. Maintains communications with participants, parents, and the parish to keep them informed of religious education efforts.

 

  • Evaluates the Faith Formation program for effectiveness.
  1. Conducts program evaluations with input from catechists, participants and appropriate parish staff members.
  2. Provides feedback to appropriate groups (catechists, parish staff, etc.)
  3. Adjusts Faith Formation programs in relation to feedback, as necessary.

 

  • Communication
  1. Keeps the parish staff and community informed of the Faith Formation activities and goals.
  2. Advises, communicates and cooperates with other parish and diocesan organizations.
  3. Keeps updated through attendance at diocesan, regional and national conferences.
  4. Publicizes and offers education programs and support systems for volunteer leaders.
  5. Submits periodic reports to the pastor detailing programs in Faith Formation.
  6. Attends weekly “in-house” staff meetings.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. It is recommended that the DFF has received a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree in Theology, Catechesis, Religious Education, or a related field. DFF should have a minimum of three years’ experience as a catechist (in any parish) prior to being hired. The DFF should also have attained the Basic Catechetical Certificate (or be in the process of attaining).
  2. Is an active member of a Roman Catholic parish with a clear awareness of his or her Catholic identity, a strong moral character and has an active prayer life; is teachable and adaptable and shows a love for God and Church.
  3. Counseling skills, one to one listening skills and crisis intervention/referral skills are preferred.
  4. Exhibits excellent interpersonal, management, communications, public speaking and presentation skills.
  5. Must be able to have flexibility in work hours with visibility and availability to parishioners.
  6. Excellent oral and written communication skills. 

For further details or to apply,  please contact

Fr. Sudhir DSouza, St. Philip Church, 25 France Street, Norwalk CT 06851

Phone – 203 847 4549

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Website:  http://www.stphilipnorwalk.org/





Part - Time Pre-School Teacher - St. John Parish- Darien

St. John R.C. Preschool in Darien is accepting resumes for a creative, dedicated preschool teacher.  You will provide a loving, nurturing, and safe environment for the children in our school.   This is a part-time teaching position.

Requirements:

  • Associate’s  or Bachelor’s degree in education
  • CDA preferred
  • Knowledge of the Connecticut Early Learning Standards
  • 1 – 5 years of teaching experience
  • Knowledge of child growth and development
  • Dependable, punctual, detail-oriented, and creative
  • Possess skills, attributes and characteristics conducive to and suitable for working with children
  • Satisfy the mandatory physical and background checks as required by the State of CT.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Plan, supervise, and implement developmentally appropriate lessons for the class according to the curriculum and philosophy of the school
  • Create a learning environment that provides emotional, cognitive, social, physical, and spiritual growth in children
  • Provide children with a variety of learning and social opportunities
  • Ensure the health and safety of children in your care
  • Communicate with parents through daily interactions, emails, and conferences
  • Develop strong parent and child relationships

 

Interested and qualified applicants should send a resume to Lisa Ioli:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





LCSW Mental Health Clinician (Part-Time) - Catholic Charities Behavioral Health - Danbury

Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Danbury CT - LCSW Mental Health Clinician (part-time-14hrs./wk):  Provides individual, family and group therapy for children , adolescents and adults in an out-patient behavioral health program.

Requirements: CT State License in Social Work, 3yrs. experience working with children, adolescents, adults & families.

Send resume to Richard Madwid, Director at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

 

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





PT Coordinator of the Catholic Service Corps

Overview:

The Diocese of Bridgeport seeks a part-time Coordinator of the Catholic Service Corps. The Catholic Service Corps of the Diocese of Bridgeport provides opportunities for all the faithful, especially young people, to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ and broaden their Catholic faith by inviting them to embrace a life of Christian service and the call to be a missionary disciple. The Coordinator will work in conjunction with the advisory board in the management, formation, support and growth of Catholic Service Corps.

Reports To:Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Formation

Supervises:None

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage day-to-day operations of the Catholic Service Corps
  • Assist in the formation of chapters
  • Support chapter leadership
  • Liaison with community organizations in order to provide service opportunities for chapters
  • Coordinate Diocesan-wide Day of Service
  • Maintain communication with all membership through email and social media

Required Qualifications:

  • An active practicing Roman Catholic, in good standing with the Church
  • Basic understanding of Roman Catholic Theology, including Catholic Social Teaching
  • Heart for service and working with young people
  • Excellent written, verbal, and communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft or Mac operating systems
  • Knowledge of social media and website management
  • Effective meeting facilitator and event planner desired
  • Experience in parish or nonprofit work preferred
  • Some evening and weekend work expected

Interested and Qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter and résumé electronically by May 16th, 2016 to:

Mr. Evan Psencik

Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Formation

Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)





Vice President Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, Inc. - Bridgeport, CT is looking for a Vice President

Reporting to the President, directs the overall financial plans and accounting practices of a $12 million-plus not-for-profit agency.  Oversees accounting, budget, tax and audit functions of the organization.  Responsible for financial and accounting system internal controls and standards and ensuring timely financial and analytical reports for management and Board use.  Oversees all financial, project/program and grant accounting, ensuring that expenditures are consistently aligned with grant and program budgets throughout the grant/fund period; collating financial resporting materials for corporate and foundation grants.  Identifies federal and state grant compiance and reporting requirements and maintains the required internal control over these federal and state programs.

Requirements; BS minimum, CPA and/or MBA a plus.  Minimum 5 years experience as a Finance VP or equivalent.  Non-profit, Federal and State single audit compliance and Grant accounting experience required.  Salary commesurate with experience.

Job Type:  Full-time

Required experience:

  • Non-profit Federal and State single audit compliance and Grant accounting: 5 years

Required education:

  • Bachelor's

To apply please submit your resume to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

 

 





Elementary School Principal - Regina Pacis Academy- Norwalk

About the Employer

The mission of the Regina Pacis Academy is to provide the highest quality education to our students who are taught in small classes by teachers committed to the precepts of the Catholic faith. We offer a time-tested classical pedagogy rooted in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church at a reasonable cost for all.

Originally founded in 2005 as Anchor Academy, the school opened with 23 students and four teachers. Since then our enrollment in kindergarten through eighth grade has grown to 68 students, with further capacity to double in size over the next several years.

Classes meet from the beginning of September through the end of May at the St. Mary school building in Norwalk, Connecticut. Regina Pacis Academy is a member of the National Association of Private, Catholic and Independent Schools (NAPCIS).

Job Description

The Principal serves as the school’s academic leader in full accordance with the mission and philosophy established by the school’s Board of Trustees. Achieving academic excellence requires the Principal to collaboratively direct all members of the school staff and communicate effectively with parents. Inherent in the role are the responsibilities for curriculum development, personnel management, scheduling, facility operations, extracurricular activities, and emergency procedures.

As an example of spiritual leadership, the Principal must be a practicing Catholic who is willing to sign the Profession of Faith and make an Oath of Fidelity to the Magisterium.

Duties and Responsibilities

Relationship with the Board

The Principal is solely accountable to the board and is charged with carrying out its strategic plan within the budget and policy parameters also established by the board. These policies are laid out in handbooks provided to all parents and faculty members. Additionally, the Principal attends board meetings as a non-voting member and may assist in setting the agendas. The Principal is responsible for the day-to-day academic operations of the school without board intervention.

Academic Leadership

The primary priority of the Principal as Head of School is to recruit, motivate, and retain an excellent teaching staff. The Principal oversees classroom management, lesson plans, and sets specified standards for the individual areas of study. In doing so the Principal will schedule regular faculty meetings and encourage ideas for program improvement; define and evaluate faculty performance standards; establish reasonable faculty workloads; enlist substitute teachers (possibly teach); keep accurate personnel records; and encourage the spiritual and professional growth of the faculty.

Maintaining a culture of open communication with parents, students and faculty is also fundamental to the Principal’s success. In addition to normal daily interaction, some of the more formal communication channels include: distributing a weekly email newsletter, ensuring that the school website is kept up to date, preparing monthly and yearly calendars, scheduling parent/teacher conferences, arranging open houses and special event activities, and collaborating with the Seton Society (our parent volunteer association) regarding the needs of the school.

Administrative Leadership

In matters concerning administration of the curriculum the Principal: ensures that texts, supplies and equipment are ordered on time and that students undergo standardized testing; supervises the permanent records for each student; establishes and implements fair but firm discipline procedures; facilitates student participation in the sacraments in collaboration with the parish office; and handles questions and grievances of the faculty and parent body in a balanced, professional manner.

The Principal also follows all state regulations and maintains a personal program of professional growth by establishing contacts with other heads of private Catholic schools.

Skills and Qualifications  

  • Masters in Educational Leadership or Educational Administration preferred
  • Training and experience in school administration preferred
  • Teaching experience preferred
  • Superior oral and written communication skills
  • Decisive, hard-working, inspirational, leads by example
  • Able to discipline with charity and fairness
  • Practicing Catholic who considers the job of Principal as a vocation

 

Further details can be found on http://www.reginapacisacademy.com/

Please send applications or inquiries to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)





Part- Time Director of Religious Education - Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish - Danbury

Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, Danbury, Connecticut is seeking to interview candidates for the position of Director of Religious Education.  The Director of Religious Education (DRE) will be accountable to the Pastor and hall be responsible for the faith formation for children in grades Kindergarten - 8th grade, including sacramental preparation to be carried out according to the catechetical norms of the Diocese of Bridgeport.

Religious Education Programing

The DRE is responsible for the organization and implementation of an appropriate curriculum. Therefore, the DRE will:

  • create and maintain a curriculum calendar that ensures that catechists teach basic Catholic Doctrine;
  •  provide family-centered catechetical opportunities with parent meeting and whole family events (i.e. Advent Celebration);
  • provide parishioners and families with seasonal materials for personal prayer and spiritual enrichment.

Catechist Formation

The supervision of the volunteer catechists shall be the responsibility of the DRE.  Therefore, the DRE will:

  • recruit catechists from within the parish according to Diocesan policies;
  • provide orientation and training sessions of new catechists;
  • actively encourage catechist certification;
  • provide ongoing evaluation of catechist performance, through classroom visitation, and verbal/written affirmation and/or suggestions;
  • recommend and provide appropriate resources to catechists to complement weekly & liturgical lessons.

Sacramental Formation

The DRE shall follow the guidelines and regulations of the Diocese regarding the reception of the Sacraments. The DRE will:

  • develop and implement Sacrament Preparation Programs for First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation;
  • coordinate and/or lead retreat experiences for Confirmation candidates and first communicants;
  • implement the of Rite of Christian Initiation process for children and families in need;
  • collaborate with Pastor and Music Minister regarding sacramental celebrations

Administration and Communication

While the DRE is accountable to the Pastor, there is a necessity for working and communicating with other parish staff, groups and individuals. The DRE will:

  • supervise, on site, all programs and/or activities;
  • attend and participate as an active and engaging member of the parish pastoral team meetings and Diocesan meetings;
  • prepare the yearly parish education calendar in conjunction with the master parish calendar;
  • maintain accurate records and files, including attendance, sacramental records, fees and their collection;
  • create and maintain religious education budget;
  • send frequent emails to families providing them with information about the church activities/ministries as well as RE updates;
  • maintain and update the RE web page

Minimum Qualifications

Candidates wishing to apply for this position should have the following qualifications:

  •  Practicing and active Catholic in good standing;
  • A thorough knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings, and respect for the Catholic vision on important social, moral, and ethical issues
  • BA in Theology/Religious Education or a related theological field;
  • 1 to 3 years of experience working as a DRE or in parish ministry;
  • Proficiency in computer programs (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc), understanding of social media and ParishSoft is a plus.
  • Fluency in English and Spanish is preferred.

Education: Undergraduate Degree

Experience:  1-3 years DRE of similar ministry experience

Category:  Religious Education

About the Employer:

Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish is a Roman Catholic Community vibrant in history and community, open to sharing God's love.

Interested and qualified candidates should send a cover letters and resume to Fr. Peter Towsley, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by May 2016.

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





Staff Accountant - Financial Services - DOB

Overview:  The Diocese of Bridgeport is accepting applications for the position of Staff Accountant.   The Staff Accountant applies principles and practices of accounting to analyze financial information as well as help in the preparation of financial reports and schedules.  This position is a full time position.

Reports To: CFO – Michael Hanlon

Supervises:  None

Collaborates with:  Controller

Principal Responsibilities:

The Staff Accountant will help to ensure accuracy and compliance of all financial information presented.   In addition, the Staff Accountant will be responsible for all accounts receivables, and the valuation for allowance for doubtful accounts.

 Knowledge and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
  • Three years of related experience in accounting preferably in a non-profit organization
  • Accounts Receivable experience is required
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Experience in reconciliation of general ledger and bank accounts
  • Knowledge and experience with FASB and GAAP statements and standards
  • Excellent computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals
  • Experience working with Financial Edge preferred.

Attitude and Personal Attributes

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Practicing Catholic preferred 

Suitable applicants should send resumes to:

Diocese of Bridgeport, P.O. Box 110337, Trumbull, CT 06611

Attn: Human Resources

or email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with Staff Accountant in the subject line.  Please include a cover letter and your salary requirements.

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





Director of Music - Our Lady of Fatima Parish - Wilton

The primary goal and function of the Music Director is to foster full, conscious and active participation in the liturgy.  The postion also should cultivate an appreciation of sacred music and will facilitate the development of the parish music repertoire and will lead the music at liturgy.

Some duties include:

  • Lead the choir, instrumentalist and assembly at liturgies
  • Collaborate with Adult, Children and Family choir leaders
  • Oversee the Sound system and all the equipment associated with it
  • Prepare aids and appropriate music for special liturgies
  • Consult with ministry leaders and others on the use of sacred music in their activities
  • Participate as a standing member of the Liturgy & Worship Committee
  • Develop and maintain a library of musical compositions and to catalog all parish purchases
  • Budget and manage all musical assets and musical expenses of the church
  • Form, rehearse and schedule choirs, ensembles as required
  • Assure that parish use of music conforms to Church and Diocese directives
  • Participate and encourage parish musicians to participate in Diocese wide liturgies and celebrations
  • With the parish bookkeeper, develop and administer a budget for all Music Ministry Programs
  • Establish and maintain office hours that are consistent with the requirements of the ministry and available to parishioners
  • Attend scheduled staff meeting and ensure adequate communication

Qualifications and Required Skills and Comptencies:

  • High degree of proficiency with the organ and piano.  Prefer candidate who also sings
  • Working knoledge of other instruments so as to conduct the musicians
  • Effective choral and instrument conductor
  • Skilled at interpersonal relationships
  • Understands the teachings of the Catholic Church including scripture, sacraments, creed and morality
  • Ability to help others identify their gifts and talents within the community
  • Understand, as a lay minister, their personal lifestyle should reflect the teachings of the Church
  • Degree in music preferred
  • 5 year's experience in liturgical music and 2 years of directing is preferred

Benefits

  • Competitive salary 
  •  Insurance & retirement benefits available above 35hr./ week
  • Extra earning potential with funerals and weddings
  • Extra earning potential working with school, camps and other local programs
  • Paid vacation based on years of service

Our Lady of Fatima is a very active parish with a very good music program.  The ideal candidate will have the opportunity to enhance this special ministry.

Please submit your resume and inquiries to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Sample audio cds are welcome.  Looking to fill the position very quickly.

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 





Maintenance Worker - Part Time - St. Joseph Church - Danbury

St. Joseph Church in Danbury, CT., seeks a part-time maintenance person to perform minor repairs, oversee outside contractors, and direct maintenance staff.  20 hrs/wk.

M-F 7a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Requirements include:

  • Ability to lift over 25 lbs.; ability to bend over to pick up items on the floor/ground, and ability to climb ladders (e.g., change light bulbs; to climb stairs for access to crawl spaces)
  • Experience with physical plant/ building maintenance; project leadership and supervision
  • Virtus training required (training will be offered if necessary)
  • A background check will also be required

Please submit your resumes via fax to (203)748-2010 or send resume to Father Scott at St. Joseph Church, 8 Robinson Avenue, Danbury, CT 08610

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





St. Joseph High School - School Bus Driver

St Joseph High School has the following position open for employment:

Morning School Bus Driver

Must have a Valid CDL operator’s license with public passenger endorsement to drive a 14-passenger bus. We are also interested in applicants who would be available per diem. You would be required to complete VIRTUS training through the Diocese of Bridgeport.

Please submit electronically your interest in the position ASAP, to Joseph Dzurenda, Director of Facilities, via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).






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