Archdiocese of Seattle seeking Director of Marriage and Family Life

The Archdiocese of Seattle has an opening for a full-time Director of Marriage and Family Life. This opening is
to fill a newly created position.

The Director of Marriage and Family Life works to strategically advance the overall mission of the Archbishop of Seattle and the Church in Western Washington through the education and promotion of marriage preparation and enrichment, natural family planning, and through the development of resources to encourage discipleship within the family.  This position plays a vital role in strengthening families and evangelizing Catholics and non-Catholics alike, while communicating with parishes and other entities in maintaining and developing programs to further the mission of the Catholic Church in the New Evangelization.

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Contact

Competitive salary and excellent benefits. To apply for this job, please visit our website at
www.seattlearchdiocese.org/jobs.  We require all applicants to submit our standard application and a cover letter. Resumes alone will not be accepted.

Diocese of Raleigh Coordinator of Married Life – Bilingual  (Spanish/English)

In this full-time position, the Coordinator of Married Life utilizes workshops, webinars, and retreats to recruit, train, and support parish leaders to offer a range of programs for Spanish speakers related to marriage ministry, fertility awareness, divorce ministry, and bereavement.   Assists with development and implementation of programming related to marriage preparation, marriages in distress, and divorce ministry. Serves as a liaison to task committees, advisory councils, and external organizations in the area of marriage ministry. Reports to the Senior Director for Married Life.  Click here for more details!

Contact

Letter of interest and resume should be sent to employment.opportunities@raldioc.org.

Diocese of Raleigh Coordinator of Married Life – English

In this full-time position, the Coordinator of Married Life utilizes workshops, webinars, and retreats to recruit, train, and support parish leaders to offer a range of programs related to marriage ministry, fertility awareness, divorce ministry, and bereavement.   Assists with development and implementation of programming related to marriage preparation, marriages in distress, and divorce ministry. Serves as a liaison to task committees, advisory councils, and external organizations in the area of marriage ministry. Reports to the Senior Director for Married Life.  Click here for more details!

Catholic Divorce Ministry (CDM) – Executive Director Position

In this volunteer Executive Director position, time required is normally a minimum of 20 hours per week; however, there may be times when more hours are required.

Applicants for the position of Executive Director are required to meet the following qualifications:

  1. To be a Roman Catholic layperson,
  2. To have previous experience in separated/divorced ministry,
  3. To have previous administrative ability,
  4. To support the spiritual and psychological underpinnings of CDM/NACSDC,
  5. To have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or the equivalency in life/professional experience,
  6. To have well-developed interpersonal and organizational skills,
  7. To have knowledge in theological and canonical areas regarding separated/divorced ministry,
  8. To have verbal and written communication skills,
  9. To have demonstrated expertise in fund-raising,
  10. To hold a membership in CDM/NACSDC, and
  11. To meet the position’s requirement regarding extensive travel.

The major duties and responsibilities of the position of Executive Director include the following:

  1. Will provide vision and leadership for CDM/NACSDDC. Will work with the Board and organization to help develop long and short term goals and objectives in accordance with CDM/NACSDC Bylaws, Statement of Purpose and Standing Rules.
  2. Will be responsible for the operation of CDM/NACSDC and the implementation of the decisions and policies of the Board of Directors.
  3. Will plan, organize and administer CDM/NACSDC’s Leadership Workshop, International Assembly and any other program and assignment as specified by the Board of Directors.
  4. Will be responsible to and take direction from the CDM/NACSDC Board of Directors.
  5. Will monitor the finances of CDM/NACSDC’s services and operations.
  6. Will assume the responsibilities of the Development Director in addition to his/her duties as Executive Director. Will submit to the Board of Directors a program for funding that will insure the development and long-range fiscal stability of CDM/NACSDC.
  7. Will develop CDM/NACSDC, in concert with the Board of Directors, as an organization within the Catholic tradition.
  8. Will assist Board members with regional development, with the planning of regional conferences, and will represent CDM/NACSDC at regional conferences and other programs when invited and approved by the CDM/NACSDC Executive Committee.
  9. Will strengthen CDM/NACSDC’s identity as a lay organization and its relationship to other denominations, church bodies and secular organizations. Will articulate CDM/NACSDC’s vision to those groups and organizations whose work affects and is affected by CDM/NACSDC.
  10. Will advise/assist in editing, publication and distribution of CDM/NACSDC magazines, newsletters and resource materials.

For more information or to have questions/concerns answered, please contact CDM Central Office (office@nacsdc.org).  Please include cover letter and references.

Contact

Direct your response to:  office@nacsdc.org no later than September 15, 2017.