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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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After-School Care Director/Coordinator- St. Jude School - Monroe

Job Description: Watching Impossibly Nice and Gracious Deeds (WINGS) Student After-School Care Director/Coordinator

Location: St. Jude School, 707 Monroe Turnpike Monroe CT 06468   (203)-261-3619

Hours:  1:30 p.m. – 6 p.m, Monday-Friday. Early Dismissal days: 12-4 PM.

Description of Duties:

  • The Student After-School Care Coordinator/Director is responsible for the overall planning of the 4 hour daily program.  Planning will include a PREK-K craft time/sensory period, academic support during homework time, on-going programs for all grades to participate in such as the established geography program. Coordinator should plan seasonal events for children to keep interest going in the program and that appeal to all age levels.
  • Implement positive programs that encourage good deeds and behavior for enrolled children, and encourage mentoring programs with the middle school students.
  • Work in cooperation with Principal and Religious Education Department concerning usage of rooms/building.
  • Responsible for the staff calendar, coverage, substitutes, time sheets being submitted in a timely manner. 
  • Will communicate on a professional level with all parents as to children’s behavior, issues, attendance, billing, etc.
  • Will communicate to the Principal any student issues that arise during the program. Will report any injuries.
  • Is responsible for the billing of the program. All invoices are to go out bi- weekly to the parents, and Director/Coordinator will process all incoming checks.  The school Bookkeeper will receive an updated log of family accounts and a copy of all incoming checks. Responsible for reporting delinquent accounts to the Bookkeeper.
  • Will ensure the building is closed and locked properly for the evening if afterschool is the last group in the building.

Interested parties may email their resume/information to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).





PT- Parish Administrative Assistant - St. Michael the Archangel Parish - Greenwich

 This is a Part Time position working 29 hours/ week.

Specific skill-Set

  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Publisher
  • ParishSOFT (database program)
  • Quickbooks
  • Adobe
  • Constant Contact parishioner management system
  • SignUpGenius volunteer management system
  • Online Giving program
  • Online Giving maintenance
  • Mac/Outlook Calendar
  • Mail merge
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent verbal/written communication skills
  • Windows Operating software
  • Mac Operating software

Immediate need

  • Build database of all Parish volunteers
    • Faith Formation
      • Catechists
      • Students
      • Parents
    • Ministries
      • Altar Servers
      • Ushers
      • Lectors
      • Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers
    • Organizations
      • St. Michael Women Association
      • Walking With Purpose
      • Men’s Ministry
  • Update Parish Virtus database
    • Maintain and collect information for the Diocese and parish with regards to standards set by the Diocese on Safe Environment.
  • Update Parish email list of parishioners – to allow for efficient communication with parishioners, especially via Constant Contact

Major responsibilities:

  1. Maintain strict confidentiality in all matters
  2. Maintain ParishSOFT database for all Parishioners (after verifying their registrations at other parishes), updating addresses, telephone numbers, Sacraments, purge records annually of members who are deceased, not registered, or have left the Parish.
  3. Prepare promotional flyers (inserts) for special/major Parish Events. 
  4. Format, type and mail or fax correspondence and acknowledgement letters for Pastor on various subjects and maintaining Excel spreadsheets (if necessary) for:
  5. Letters of Recommendation and Permission
  6. Requests for proof of sacrament certificates
  7. Financial Letters and Annual Financial Report
  8. Annual Catholic Appeal Letter
  9. Repair and Maintenance Letter
  10. Christmas Letter
  11. Easter Letter
  12. Fundraising Letters
  13. End of year tax letters
  14. Enter Baptisms weekly and RCIA, Easter and Pentecost Confirmations, Marriages and notifications from other churches in Sacraments register.
  15. Send sacrament confirmation to parish of baptism
  16. Design, type and mail promotional materials (invitations and flyers) for major Parish events. When necessary identify participants and track RSVPs, and volunteers:
  17. Volunteer Thank You Party - January
  18. Finance & Pastoral Councils Thank You Dinner - June
  19. Occasionally design and type Mass programs for funerals and special Masses.
  20. Answer front door and handle routine office inquiries, requests and explain parish policies for
  21. Weddings – dates and times allowed, then refer to a priest
  22. Funerals – contact Music Director for music, and Clergy for funeral planning
  23. Baptisms – pre-baptismal class, qualification for Godparents
  24. Phones
  25. Pick up voice mail messages and redirect if necessary
  26. Screen daily phone calls and transfer to clergy or other departments
  27. Update messaging system for night-time, holidays, special events.
  28. Check, forward (if necessary) and respond to emails daily.
  29. Inventory office and liturgical supplies regularly and reorder supplies through approved vendors.
  30. Book memorial Mass cards and candles
  31. Give Reports
  32. Enter amount for envelope giving on contributions records.
  33. Provide offertory collections information to OSV to print/mail out envelopes to parishioners
  34. Annual diocesan statistical reports
  35. Maintain and provide reports on petty cash
  36. Accounts Payable
  37. File invoices.
  38. Mail checks
  39. Parish Calendars
  40. Maintain Facility Use and Mass Calendars
  41. Maintain and prepare weekly schedules for distribution
  42. Review requests for facility use to be sure there are no calendar conflicts.
  43. Email the information to website manager to be updated on parish website
  44. Reassign meeting rooms if two groups are requesting the same space
  45. Schedule funerals and baptisms’ use of Parish facilities, if requested
  46. Weekly
  47. Bulletin
  48. Prepare, Proofread and Publish weekly Bulletin.
  49. Must be approved by Pastor/Associate and sent on a deadline.
  50. Inform responsible individuals/organizations of any changes in bulletin deadlines due to holidays, etc
  51. Offertory collection bags correctly labeled for first and second (if any) collections (for placement in sacristies)
  52. Pulpit announcements
  53. Calendar of Parish activities and facilities use
  54. Mass (with mass intentions) and liturgies schedules
  55. Certificates for sacraments (Baptism and Marriage)
  56. Mailings for the Homebound
  57. Welcome package to newly registered Parishioners
  58. Payroll time sheets to accountant/bookkeeper
  59. Monthly
  60. Staff meetings notifications and recording of minutes
  61. Parish council meetings notifications
  62. Website
  63. Periodically review Parish website to ensure information is up-to-date
  64. Coordinate office volunteers
  65. Accept deliveries
  66. Sort mail
  67. Slit open the envelopes of Pastor’s second class mail

GENERAL SKILL-SET

  • Ability to quickly learn complex routines established for each activity
  • Self-starter
  • Demonstrate independent initiative in decision making and judgment
  • Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and deal with frequent interruptions
  • Comfortable with deadlines
  • Detail oriented
  • Organized
  • Effective time management
  • High level of professionalism
  • Internet savvy
  • Able to do basic research using public domain information
  • Strong communication skills - telephone manner, people person
  • Work collaboratively with other staff and volunteers in advancing the mission of the Parish
  • Have knowledge of, and an ability to convey effectively, the official teachings of the Catholic Church, and demonstrate a fidelity to those teachings
  • Exercise a pastoral concern for all who approach the parishes in a friendly, respectful and efficient manner. 

If interested in applying please submit a resume and letter of interest by July 7, 2016, including professional references to:

Rev. Ian Jeremiah

Pastor

St Michael the Archangel Parish

469 North Street

Greenwich CT 06830

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





School Bookkeeper

 Overview:  The School Bookkeeper will provide daily fiscal and financial services to their assigned school(s)

 Reports To: School Business Manager and School Principal(s)

 Supervises:None

 

Principal Responsibilities: The Bookkeeper responsibilities are toestablish and maintain an automated tuition collection system for the purpose of reporting the revenue status of the school; preparation of vendor payables and processing of payroll for the expenditures status of the school.

 

Main Responsibility

Financial Responsibilities

  • Establish and maintain a tuition collection system using QuickBooks and the tuition management program to include billing families, recording payments and deposit preparation
  • Maintain tuition and fee schedules
  • Maintain tuition collection policies and procedures for each assigned school including all written and verbal correspondence
  • Responsible for deposit preparation for tuition revenue and additional monies due to the assigned school(s) (fundraising, trips, etc.).
  • Prepare bank deposits and transmit to the bank.
  • Records school receipts into QuickBooks.
  • Maintain approved vendor files; Prepare vendor checks including coding and payments of approved invoices using QuickBooks.
  • Prepare payroll checks on a biweekly basis using Paychex.
  • Remit payroll taxes and payroll related items (annuities) to the appropriate agencies in a timely manner to avoid financial penalties

 

Next Critical Responsibility

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the registration process for new and existing students
  • Performs miscellaneous duties required by the Principal.

 

Next Critical Responsibility

Personnel Administrative

  • Assist with maintaining the personnel files for all employees including all the necessary documents for payroll purposes (W-4, I-9, Diocesan Lay Employee Forms, 403b, etc.).

 

Requirements:.

Knowledge and Skills

  • High School diploma with demonstrated bookkeeping experience
  • Strong working knowledge of QuickBooks
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communicative skills
  • Computer proficient with working knowledge of various Microsoft Office programs

 

Competencies and Personal Attributes

  • Detail oriented and precise.
  • Able to deliver results while maintaining focus on critical fiscal deadlines
  • Establish a courteous and professional demeanor as a representative of the Diocese and the Catholic Church
  • Unyielding integrity and confidentiality

 

Desired:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or Accounting
  • Ability to work with both Mac and PC software
  • Ability to speak Spanish or other language

Competencies and Personal Attributes

  • A person who understands and supportive of the mission of the Catholic Church and schools in the Diocese of Bridgeport.
  • Able to accept constructive feedback from multiple sources

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





Executive Director – Foundations in Education, Inc.

The Board of Trustees of Foundations in Education, Inc. is seeking an Executive Director to provide the day-to-day leadership for the organization and to collaborate with the Board of Trustees to drive the mission and ministry of the organization in service to the community and in fulfillment of its religious and charitable purposes.

Overview: Foundations in Education, Inc. is a newly formed Connecticut not-for-profit organization whose goal is to innovate, transform and support Catholic schools by raising, contributing to, overseeing, managing and the administration of funds, endowments and trusts for the benefit of educational and scholarship programs, operations, initiatives, organizations, and functions throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut. The Foundation will also identify programs that foster academic innovation and the ongoing training and support of educational leadership and provide grant opportunities for the Catholic schools of Fairfield County to participate in such programs

 Our Board of Trustees is now seeking to hire a candidate for the position of  Executive Director, whose primary responsibilities will include providing the organization’s day to day leadership, working with the Board to set the organization’s strategic direction; to serve as the primary spokesperson for the organization; to serve as the organization’s primary resource for fundraising, development and stewardship and to effectively integrate the mission and ministry of the organization into the fabric of the larger community so as to create a sustainable and enduring legacy for promotion, advancement and ongoing support of educational institutions aligned with the mission, ministry and beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church.

The ideal candidate will have a deep appreciation and understanding of the mission, vision and values of Catholic Education and a knowledge of and personal commitment to the tenets and beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church. He/she should have at least 10+ years of hands on leadership experience with the ability to form, lead and develop a team AND to interact effectively with an engaged, proactive and supportive Board of Trustees. Strong communication, fundraising, development and inter-personal skills are essential as well as an educational environment background to develop, review and vet program proposals. Additionally, experience in a business setting driving results through collaboration and effective communication is also critical to success.

This role will be expected to work closely with the Board of Trustees of Foundations in Education, Inc. and will report directly to the Board for the purposes of evaluating performance and alignment with the organization’s mission and ministry.

All interested and qualified candidates can submit a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)





Director of Community Engagement - DOB

The Director of Community Engagement will establish and maintain community engagement initiatives to support the growth and advancement of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Bridgeport. 

The Director of Community Engagement:

  • Will seek ways to engage diverse populations, particularly those that are underrepresented in the Catholic Schools of the Diocese Bridgeport
  • Assists the Superintendent in the establishment and/or maintenance of non-profit foundation and business partnerships
  • Coordinates engagement events
  • Maintains the Office of the Superintendent’s social media presence and website
  • Coordinates umbrella marketing efforts
  • Assists schools with localized marketing efforts to support enrollment and retention efforts
  • Supports schools with alumni and annual giving programs
  • Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of Diocesan instructional programs, and communicates those programs to community groups and partners
  • Directs and assists building principals in developing strategic community engagement plans and partnerships with businesses and non-profit organizations
  • Effectively engages community members and partners to support a positive school climate through volunteerism and donations of funds, goods and services
  • Organizes and executes Diocesan programs of recognition and celebration that strengthen morale and build public support for Catholic schools
  • 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 Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Education, Journalism, Marketing or a related field (Master’s preferred)
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communications skills 
  • Be available for evening/weekend meetings/events as necessary
  • Demonstrate skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of marketing, communications and public relations activities
  • Possess strong creative, strategic, analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated successful experience writing press releases, creating video content, making presentations and managing a website
  • Have a minimum of 5 years experience in marketing, communications or public relations with demonstrated success, preferably in Catholic Education
  • Exhibit a desire and an ability to engage those populations who are underserved by our schools
  • Have successful experience planning and coordinating special events
  • Be bilingual (Spanish preferred)

Interested and qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter and resume by June 15, 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





National Honor Society Advisor - St. Joseph High School

Vision Statement

St. Joseph High School strives to be the premiere college preparatory school in Southern Connecticut. The school provides a learning environment that embraces the Gospel values of the Roman Catholic faith and promotes a commitment to family and community. The school prepares our young women and young men to realize their potential, helps them excel in higher education and provides a foundation to guide them throughout their lives

St. Joseph High School is seeking a strong candidate to lead the St. Joseph High School chapter of the National Honor Society. NHS celebrates academic achievement, leadership, service, and character. NHS service projects include helping with parent-teacher conferences and graduation, the Blood Drive and the Peer Leadership Program. This is a stipend position.

If you wish to pursue this opportunity please submit a cover letter and a copy of your resume to:

James P. Keane, PhD

Principal

St. Joseph High School

2320 Huntington Turnpike

Trumbull, CT

06611-5099

Or via email to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). The deadline of applications is June 16, 2016 or when the position is filled.

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





School Registrar - St. Joseph High School

Vision Statement

St. Joseph High School strives to be the premiere college preparatory school in Southern Connecticut. The school provides a learning environment that embraces the Gospel values of the Roman Catholic faith and promotes a commitment to family and community. The school prepares our young women and young men to realize their potential, helps them excel in higher education and provides a foundation to guide them throughout their lives.

St,. Joseph High School is seeking a qualified candidate to assume the year-round responsibilities of a school Registrar. This will be a single, 12-month position with competitive salary and benefits. Responsibilities will include generating grade distribution lists, student transcripts, report cards, failure lists, ineligible lists, and the building of teacher and student schedules. Preference will be given to technologically-savvy candidates who are discrete, attentive to detail, and experienced with Rediker and Administrative Plus software. Formal software training and support will also be provided.

If you wish to pursue this opportunity please submit a cover letter and a copy of your resume to:

James P. Keane, PhD

Principal

St. Joseph High School

2320 Huntington Turnpike

Trumbull, CT

06611-5099

Or via email to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). The deadline of applications is June 16, 2016 or when the position is filled.

The Diocese of Bridgeport is an Equal Opportunity Employer





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





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





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)

 

 





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





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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