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  • St. Augustine Parish in Humboldt, SK. is seeking a Pastoral Associate

    St. Augustine Parish in Humboldt, SK. is seeking a Pastoral Associate

    The Pastoral Associate is a professional minister who shares in the overall care of the parish. He or she is a member of the parish staff and is accountable to the pastor. The ministry of the pastoral associate is comprehensive, relating to aspects of parish life, with designated responsibilities; liturgy, sacramental preparation, RCIA and pastoral care.

    This is a full-time position that requires a flexible schedule to accommodate weekend and evening work. For a complete job description, please email: staugustine [at] sasktel.net

    To apply, mail your resume to: St. Augustine Parish, PO Box 1989, Humboldt, SK S0K 2A0 or e-mail: staugustine [at] sasktel.net

    Rooted and centred in the baptismal gift and the grace of Jesus’ call to discipleship, the Pastoral Associate is committed to service to the Church. He or she promotes gospel values and growth in holiness, values collaboration and mutuality in mission and ministry, and recognizes the necessity for professional preparation and ongoing formation.

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  • Archdiocese of Montreal: associate director for English pastoral services

    http://diocesemontreal.org/en/news/latest-news---en/reader/items/job-ope...

    Job opening: Associate Director, Office for English Pastoral Services, Archdiocese of Montreal

    Job description:

    The Associate Director is the chief operating officer of the Office for English Pastoral Services (OEPS). As such, the Associate Director:

    • Reports directly to the Director of the OEPS
    • Coordinates the implementation of pastoral initiatives for the English-speaking community
    • Maintains links with pastoral personnel in the parishes, especially lay pastoral personnel
    • Leads the staff of the OEPS in day-to-day affairs
    • Responds to and follows up inquiries made to the OEPS, including serving as ombudsperson where necessary
    • Develops and leads formation/training programs to support pastoral initiatives

    The ideal candidate:

    • Is a practicing Roman Catholic imbued with a spirituality of hope and trust in the providence of God and with a deep confidence in the magisterium and tradition of the Church
    • Is eligible for a pastoral mandate according to the canon law of the Catholic Church
    • Is fluent in English and French (other languages an asset)
    • Has a strong knowledge of the English-speaking sector of the Archdiocese
    • Has practical knowledge of parish life and work
    • Is able to relate pastorally to people, including praying with people and leading them in prayer
    • Maintains confidentiality with complete discretion
    • Has strong organizational and communication skills
    • Possesses a solid background in Roman Catholic theology and doctrine (pastoral theology an asset)
    • Has a car and a driver's licence
    • Is able to creatively use office software applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access) with an ability to rapidly "pick up" new skills in this area
    • Can be flexible with work hours (e.g. evening and weekend work when required)

    This is a full-time position (5 days per week). It is open to both clergy and lay people. Deadline for applications: June 1, 2015.

    Interested candidates should send a complete curriculum vitae (including references) to:  Bishop Thomas Dowd, 2000 Sherbrooke ouest, Montréal (Québec) H3H 1G4 Email: oeps [at] diocesemontreal.org

     

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