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This resource page lists available job positions and study opportunities.

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Mission Doctors Association- Program Coordinator in Los Angeles

 

POSTED April 21, 2022

Founded in 1959, Mission Doctors Association (MDA) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the recruitment, training, sending and supporting of Catholic Doctors and their families to serve in response to requests from Bishops and Religious orders in Africa and Latin America. MDA is seeking a Program Coordinator to work with current staff and formation team to support the development and implementation of this mission.

The ideal candidate is collaborative; detail-oriented; has excellent communication skills; international service experience; experience working with Catholic organizations; capable of problem solving; is self-motivated; enjoys being part of a team; has experience, or is interested in, working with medical professionals and their families; and is committed to the long-term success of MDA’s program goals.

Interested persons should submit cover letter and resume electronically as PDF or Word attachments to director@missiondoctors.org with your last name and Program Coordinator in the subject line.

Restorative Justice Program Associate Catholic Mobilizing Network

POSTED March 1, 2022

Catholic Mobilizing Network is a national organization working to end the death penalty and promote restorative justice through education, advocacy, and prayer. CMN’s restorative justice programming aims to introduce concepts of restorative justice to new audiences and support entry points to engagement with community-based restorative practices. The program associate will support this portfolio through event coordination (virtual and in-person), resource development, and relationship-building activities that advance healing responses to crime and injustice.

An ideal candidate for this position is relationship-centered, thrives in experiential learning settings, and spaces that foster mutual support. This person has prior experience (facilitation, training, or participation) with restorative practices, is grounded in racial justice, and recognizes the value of faith-communities in advancing the national restorative justice movement.

This position is a full-time role, based in Washington, DC, and may require occasional travel. The Program Associate works closely with CMN’s Director of Restorative Justice and within a dynamic team. The priority deadline for application review is Tuesday, March 15. Interested applicants may send cover letter and resume to apply@catholicsmobilizing.org.

Program Administrator Farm of the Child

POSTED March 1, 2022

Farm of the Child is located on the Northern coast of Honduras, but this position is stateside, and remote. The Program Administrator provides logistical and administrative assistance to the Board in the US, and the Farm of the Child mission in Honduras.

Please reach out to admin@farmofthechild.org with any questions, and spread the word within your networks!

Executive Director for US Catholic Sisters Against Human Traffiking

POSTED February 8, 2022

US Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking has launched a national search for a new Executive Director. The ideal candidate will be a person of faith committed to the mission, vision, and values of the organization, and eager to expand its work to eradicate human trafficking and assist survivors. Together with an excellent professional staff, a broad-based community of members, partners, donors, and friends, the Executive Director will lead USCSAHT forward, continuing the rich legacy of Catholic Sisters’ commitment to realizing a world without human trafficking.

Click below for the full press release:

CRS Community Engagement Manager

POSTED February 8, 2022

CRS is building a movement of millions of people in the United States to increase the Church’s impact and influence in combatting global poverty, violence, and injustice. Animated by our Catholic faith’s call to action to alleviate suffering and create a more just world for the world’s poorest, most marginalized and most vulnerable people, CRS’ movement building strategy calls forth leaders to be prophetic advocates for justice and the common good.

As part of the team that is identifying, recruiting, retaining and engaging animated volunteers through our communal chapter infrastructure, the Southeast team is essential to mobilizing CRS supporters for advocacy and fundraising. The Southeast (SE) team covers field organizing, training, volunteer management and events in the following U.S. states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the Virgin Islands.

Click on the link for more information and to apply:

Associate Director Franciscan Mission Service

POSTED February 4, 2022

The Associate Director of Franciscan Mission Service (FMS) serves as a key leader within FMS. We are looking for a mission-focused, strategic, and process-minded leader with experience leading a team, overseeing programs, and inspiring young, talented individuals who are drawn to serve in a faith-based environment. FMS seeks someone whose leadership style reflects the heart of the organization: a Franciscan heart that embodies servant leadership. The individual should be eager to delve into a fast-paced work environment, gaining experience in many different facets of running a non-profit organization.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Liz Hughes at jobs@franciscanmissionservice.org. Interviews will begin in February and will continue until position is filled.

Boston College School of Theology Scholarships

POSTED February 3, 2022

Boston College School of Theology and Ministry is enriched each year by the presence of many students who have previously served in a CVN member program. In recognition of all that these students add to our community as well as acknowledging the financial barriers to pursuing graduate studies, we offer a 75% scholarship to any applicant who has participated in a CVN program in the last five years. 

I also want to draw your attention to our dual degree programs, which pair an M.A. in theology and ministry with one of three other Boston College graduate degrees: social work, mental health counseling, and business administration. These programs tend to be very popular with former volunteers.

We are still accepting applications for fall 2022. For more information go to How to Apply – School of Theology and Ministry – Boston College (bc.edu)

 

All MKLM Returned Missioners are encouraged to share job openings and study opportunities on this web page. Please send an e-mail to alwaysamissioner@mklm.org, including the following information:

 Organization/Company name

 Location of position/study opportunity (city and state)

 Title of position if applicable

 Brief description of position/skills required if applicable

 Complete contact information

 Application deadline