Several Catholic and Franciscan organizations have openings in Pennsylvania and New York City.
The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia are seeking to fill several positions — including nurses, dietary service aides and certified nursing assistants — at Assisi House in Aston, Pa. More information is provided on the sisters’ website. Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to visit Assisi House at 600 Red Hill Rd. to complete an application or to email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sisters of St. Francis are also searching for a program director for St. Mary’s Franciscan Shelter in Phoenixville, Pa., northwest of Philadelphia. Responsibilities will include overseeing operations, budget, program development and funding, along with ensuring that the staff carries out responsibilities in accordance with professional standards and the shelter’s mission statement. Information about the position can be found on the sisters’ website. Qualified candidates should email their resume to email@example.com.
On Long Island, N.Y., the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Roosevelt is looking for Franciscans to fill two staff positions. The organization runs two transitional housing programs — one for men recently released from prison, and the other for a mix of men released from prison as well as other men. Those who are interested in this type of ministry should contact Jim Claffey at 516-822-3132.
In New York City, Holy Name Province is accepting inquiries for a part-time staff person to assist its communications office in delivering information to friars and to the public. Responsibilities will include writing and editing text for the HNP website and articles for the Province’s e-newsletter, formatting e-bulletins through the email marketing program Constant Contact, and researching information as needed.
An ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications or a related field, as well as one year of work experience in a communications environment. Qualifications include basic website and design skills, knowledge of AP style, and support of the mission of the Franciscans. Familiarity with the Roman Catholic Church is valuable.
This position will be located at the Province’s headquarters in New York City. For more information, or to submit a resume, contact Jocelyn Thomas, HNP director of communications, at 646-473-0265 ext. 321 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readers who would like to share employment opportunities at Provincial ministries or at schools, parishes and organizations affiliated with HNP are welcomed to provide job information to the communications office.
— Maria Hayes is communications coordinator for Holy Name Province.
- “Communications Office Staff Recognized by Catholic Media” — July 18, 2015, HNP Today
- “Employment Opportunities in New York” — June 10, 2015, HNP Today