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Last Updated: 11-30-2016

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Middle School Religion Teacher

Holy Trinity Catholic School, Grapevine

Holy Trinity Catholic School is seeking a dynamic, experienced, certified Religion teacher for the Middle School. Preferred applicants would be knowledgeable in the Catholic faith, possess a degree in Theology from a Catholic University, be an intentional disciple committed to providing a Gospel witness, devise creative and diverse teaching approaches and strategies, as well as integrate technology within the classroom experience. The ideal candidate must be a committed, practicing Catholic, uphold personal values, moral standards, and integrity by being a role model. Candidates should send a cover letter along with a resume to Arlene Anderson Jones, President via email at .

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Director of Property Management

Diocese of Fort Worth, Catholic Center

 

  • Are you a self-starter who loves to build and manage facilities?
  • Are you a serious person who can develop direct relationships with contractors and vendors?
  • Are you a careful, self-disciplined individual who prides themselves on being able to manage projects and bring them to completion within budget and on time?

 

If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is looking for a Director of Property Management who will be responsible for coordinating the development of all new construction and renovation projects in the Diocese. You will ensure compliance with all diocesan policies and procedures while working with entities in choosing and approving architects, engineers and contractors. You will be receiving bids, awarding contracts, and approving construction advances. You will interact with architects, contractors, subcontractors, and city inspectors throughout the design and construction process. You will draft and approve contract documents, oversee insurance coverage, and plan and conduct meetings.

A qualified candidate has architectural, engineering, or construction management experience, AIA contract process experience, a Bachelor’s degree in a related field (preferred) and at least 5-10 years of experience. Click on the link below for the complete job description.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail your résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to Human Resources at and complete the survey by clicking on the link above. Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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HR Generalist

Diocese of Fort Worth, Catholic Center

 

  • Are you a perfectionist who likes to follow policies and procedures?
  • Are you agreeable, reserved, and respectful toward others?
  • Do you have a natural sense of urgency and drive to get things done?

 

If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is looking for a qualified HR Generalist who will be responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level and works closely with the Director, Human Resources in supporting the Diocese. This position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: employee relations, training, performance management, onboarding, policy implementation, recruitment/employment, affirmative action and employment law compliance.

A qualified candidate has a Bachelor’s degree and at least 3-5 years of experience in in human resources or at least 7 years of experience in the HR field. PHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred. Bilingual (spoken and written) in English and Spanish is highly preferred. Experience with HRIS is required. Maintaining confidential information is required.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail your résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to Human Resources at and complete the survey by clicking on the link above. Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Associate Director of Safe Environment

Diocese of Fort Worth, Catholic Center

 

  • Can you communicate with confidence the vision of the “Charter”, helping to make our parishes and schools safe places?
  • Are you precise in words and actions and respectful toward others?
  • Are you organized, self-motivated, directed and goal-focused?
  • Would you describe your work pace as fast, restless and with a high sense of urgency?

 

If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is looking for a qualified Associate Director of Safe Environment to collaborate closely and effectively with clergy and the laity to ensure that the Diocese complies with the requirements of the USCCB Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People (the “Charter”). This person will oversee the Diocesan Safe Environment Program for curriculum and training of all clergy, employees, and volunteers who minister and work in the Diocese. The goal of the program is to provide safe and secure environments within the Diocese for children, youth, and vulnerable adults to worship, study, or participate in activities sponsored by the parish, school, or youth organization.

A qualified candidate is a Roman Catholic, in good standing, actively participating in a parish, prefer to have a Bachelor’s degree in theology, education, child development, or related field, and at least 3 years of experience in compliance program administration and leadership. Bilingual (spoken and written) in English and Spanish is highly preferred. Effective and professional oral and written communication skills are required, as is the ability to present to small and large groups. Maintaining confidential information is required. Candidates must have excellent Excel and social media skills, as well as Microsoft Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail your résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to Human Resources at and complete the survey by clicking on the link above. Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Athletic Director

Diocese of Fort Worth, Catholic Center

 

  • Are you a confident, self-starter looking for the chance to mentor and guide coaches in their quest for success?
  • Are you a driven, self-disciplined optimist who defines success as the opportunity for people to grow in their relationship with Christ while winning on the field or court?

 

If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is looking for a qualified, experienced Athletic Director who is willing to dedicate their time and energy to help in forming the student athletes, coaches, and staff in their faith, in their athletic skills, and in their ability to become an active leader in their school, home, and parish community. We are looking for an Athletic Director who sees potential in all students, is encouraging of all athletes, and knows how to guide coaches and parents in their relationship for the betterment of the student-athlete. The Athletic Director is responsible for fostering and promoting the Roman Catholic Faith for athletes, coaches, parents, and the overall school community. The Athletic Director will be responsible for overseeing athletics across the diocese’s 19 schools, monitoring and applying Play Like A Champion across the diocese, and creating a sports program that spans from elementary to high school. While being passionate about their faith and its integration with sports, the Director must be energetic, dynamic, and have strong communication, leadership, collaborative, and organizational skills.

A qualified candidate is a Roman Catholic, in good standing, actively participating in a parish, has a BA, (MA is preferred), and has at least 3 years teaching/coaching in a Catholic School. Effective and professional oral and written communication skills are required, as is the ability to present to small and large groups. Maintaining confidential information is required. Candidates must have excellent Excel and social media skills, as well as Microsoft Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail your résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to Leti Perez at and complete the survey by clicking on the link above. Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Associate Director

Diocese of Fort Worth, Catholic Center

 

  • Is your communication style professional, confident, and socially poised?
  • Are you driven and self-motivated?
  • Is your work product precise, accurate, detailed, and thorough?

 

If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Advancement Foundation of the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is seeking a full-time Associate Director of the Advancement Foundation. The main duties are managing all aspects of Annual Appeals and Planned Giving Program including creating marketing and solicitation collateral materials; communicating with pastors and parishioners; establishing strategies, goals and timelines; and preparing analytical and comparative reports.

A qualified candidate is a Roman Catholic, in good standing, actively participating in a parish; knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church is preferred. It is strongly preferred that the candidate have Bachelor’s degree, be bilingual in English/Spanish, have at least 7 years of hands-on experience in with a successful track record in annual giving and planned giving programs. Effective and professional oral and written communication skills are required, as is the ability to present to small and large groups. Maintaining confidential information is required. Candidates must have excellent Excel and social media skills, as well as Microsoft Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint. Experience using Raiser’s Edge software is strongly preferred. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to use one’s own vehicle, or company vehicle, for business travel.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to the attention of Paula Parrish at Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Defender of the Bond

The Tribunal Office, Fort Worth

The Tribunal of the Diocese of Fort Worth wishes to hire a full-time Canonist, who will serve as an in-house Defender of the Bond. This person is expected to work with the Judicial Vicar and other members of the office in completing cases in a timely manner. The qualified candidate will be an active, practicing Catholic in full communion with the Church and possess at least a licentiate in canon law (J.C.L). A willingness to take on other canonical duties (for example, giving talks and workshops on canonical matters) is also essential. The canonist must be bilingual – English and Spanish. Prior experience in Tribunal work is preferred but not essential.
Position is open until filled.

Qualified candidates should submit a letter of introduction and resume to Very Rev. Anh Tran at   or contact him at 817-945-9430. Mailing address is

Very Rev. Anh Tran, J.C.L.
Judicial Vicar
The Tribunal
4503 Bridge Street
Fort Worth, TX 76103
 

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Admissions Coordinator/Office Manager

Cassata Catholic High School, Fort Worth

Cassata Catholic High School is accepting applications for an Admissions Coordinator/Office Manager. We are seeking a high energy coordinator for this full-time position. The applicant must have experience in office management and the flexibility to work in a secondary school environment. Please see the attached job description. Bilingual preferred. Applications accepted until position is filled. Interested applicants should contact President, Trinette Robichaux at

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Maintenance Worker

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Keller

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church is currently seeking a full-time Maintenance Worker, to help perform the preventative, routine and emergency maintenance and upkeep of the buildings and property for the church and school. Experience with, or ability to learn, in primary systems of HVAC, plumbing, electrical, security, fire safety, energy management, irrigation and grounds.

If interested, please send your resume to the following email address . Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Advancement Associate

Diocese of Fort Worth, Catholic Center

 

  • Are you a self-starter?
  • Do you like fast-paced and independent work?
  • Are you socially-poised, optimistic and enthusiastic?
  • Do you have great follow-through and a history of precise and thorough work?

 

Then this job might be for you! If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Advancement Foundation of the Diocese of Fort Worth is searching for a full-time Advancement Associate. This position is an integral member of the Advancement Foundation in the development and implementation of all activities related to fundraising for the Catholic Schools of the Diocese, for the Bishop’s Guild, and for parishes, with grant writing, database management, education, and special events as the primary focus areas. The ideal candidate will be passionate about Catholic education; expert with data reporting, research and management; experienced in grant writing, and relational toward donor stewardship and recognition. He or she will have at least two-years’ experience in basic Development processes and best practices, and prefer bi-lingual in English and Spanish and experience in Raiser’s Edge. You must be able to work some evenings and weekends and travel within the Diocese will be required.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to the attention of Paula Parrish at . Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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President

Cristo Rey High School, Fort Worth

Cristo Rey High School at Our Mother of Mercy is located in Fort Worth, Texas and is a part of the national Cristo Rey Network. We seek a skilled leader who is passionate about the Cristo Rey mission. The President will be the chief executive officer, having overall responsibility for the management of Cristo Rey Fort Worth High School. The ideal candidate will be Catholic, have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, proven fundraising and/or revenue generating success, preferably in the non-profit sector and/or with foundations, strategic planning experience and execution capabilities, strong financial leadership skills and demonstrated problem solving skills. Leadership experience in education or related field preferred. Bachelor’s degree required, Graduate degree preferred. Applications accepted until position is filled. Please e-mail your resumé to our offices at .

Full position description can be found at: www.cristoreyfortworth.org

 

Director of Music and Organist

St. Peter's Catholic Church, Lindsay

St. Peter's Catholic Church seeks a Director of Music and Organist to lead, oversee and continue its efforts in the area of liturgical music. The successful candidate will work closely with the Pastor, to grow the parish's musical efforts into an exemplary representation of the best of Catholic liturgical music. The Pastor seeks a Director of Music and Organist to continue implementing his vision of establishing a liturgical music effort which glorifies God and contributes to the sanctification of souls.

Parish: The parish currently consists of 504 families. Lindsay is a small town of little more than 1000 people. Average Mass attendance, however, is 825-850 on a typical weekend . Founded in 1891, Lindsay was begun as a Catholic community and many of the founding families still live in the Parish. St. Peter's is the heart of the Lindsay community. Restored in 2009, St. Peter's Church stands as a landmark of exceptional beauty that is exemplified not only in the church building, but also in the liturgies it celebrates.

Please send curriculum vitae to the following email address Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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Director of Campus Ministry

Nolan Catholic High School, Fort Worth

 

  • Are you a humble, servant-hearted leader?
  • Does your love for Christ come through in your enthusiastic, stimulating, and persuasive communication style?
  • Will high school students want to be involved through the efforts you put into thoroughly planned, well-coordinated spiritual events?

 

If this sounds like you, please complete our survey and apply: Take Survey

The Diocese of Fort Worth is seeking a full-time Director of Campus Ministry for Nolan Catholic High School. The Director of Campus Ministry is responsible for fostering and promoting the Roman Catholic faith. While being passionate about their Catholic faith, the Director must be energetic, dynamic, and have strong communication, leadership, collaborative, and organizational skills.

The Director of Campus Ministry is the administrative member of the Campus Ministry team, and works in collaboration with the Principal and other administration to carry out and develop the Campus Ministry Department's programs: weekly and special liturgies, retreats, charitable giving and volunteer opportunities, scheduling reconciliation, student leadership recruitment and training, service learning opportunities, Diocesan Programs, and the day-to-day Pastoral Care of the student and adult population. Primary responsibilities include oversight and direction of retreat program, direction of charitable giving, administrative duties as assigned by the Principal, and Liturgical planning and oversight.

A qualified candidate is a Roman Catholic, in good standing, actively participating in a parish, has a BA from a Catholic University, (MA is preferred), and has at least 3 years teaching in a Catholic School and/or work in a Catholic Parish. Effective and professional oral and written communication skills are required, as is the ability to present to small and large groups. Maintaining confidential information is required. Candidates must have excellent Excel and social media skills, as well as Microsoft Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint.

The Diocese of Fort Worth offers excellent pay and benefits to employees, including health/dental insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and holiday pay. If interested in this challenging position, e-mail résumé, a completed job application, and cover letter to the Leti Perez at . Applications accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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