Employment Opportunities

HNP Communications Around the Province

NEW YORK — St. Camillus Church in Silver Spring, Md., and the Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University are seeking applicants for open positions.

Director of Faith Formation
St. Camillus Parish, the vibrant multicultural parish outside Washington, D.C., with liturgies in English, Spanish and French, is seeking a full-time director for life-long faith formation.

The position involves development of a program that includes creative multigenerational experiences. Among the gifts applicants need are creative design, event planning, a passion for faith formation, a collaborative style of team management, a working knowledge of new styles of learning and technology and strong communication skills. Details about the position were posted in the June 27 issue of e-Pistle, the e-newsletter of Washington Theological Union.

Applicants should have a love for the Catholic faith, an enthusiasm for working in a diverse environment, and the ability to work collaboratively with catechists, youth ministers, RCIA and RCIY teams, school personnel, pastoral staff and the Archdiocese of Washington.

A master’s degree in theology, religious education or a related field is required. Inquiries about the position at St. Camillus, where Michael Johnson, OFM, is pastor, should be directed to:
Harry Dudley
Director of Religious Education
Archdiocese of Washington
5001 Eastern Ave.
Hyattsville, MD 20782-3447

Executive Director of Press
The Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure in Western New York is seeking a press director. The position is being established for a one- or two-year transitional time period.

The director will manage the editorial program, coordinate the book program growth and supervise the managing editor, business manager and ancillary staff, among other tasks.

The institute asks that applicants “have several years’ experience as an editor with another academic, research or reference book publisher; international experience including translation rights, co-publishing, multi-cultural content, distance content development and relation distribution sales channels.” A successful candidate would also be familiar with digital publishing and possess a working knowledge in the field of medieval studies and the history of the Catholic Church and Franciscan Order.

Applicants should have a master’s degree with specific editorial skills, management supervision, business and financial skills.

Send applications to:
Anne Ciolek
Office of Human Resources
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure NY 14778

Additional job postings can be found in parish bulletins including that of St. Francis of Assisi on Long Beach Island, N.J., which publicizes a part-ime receptionist position at St. Francis Community Center.

Information about positions at Provincial ministries and organizations affiliated with the Franciscans is welcomed by the HNP Communications Office. Job openings will be publicized in futures issues of this newsletter as well as on the Facebook page of the Franciscan Friars of Holy Name Province.