Current Positions

Director of Campus Ministry – Butler University,
Indianapolis, Indiana
Date Posted: March 21, 2019

The Office of Young Adult and College Campus Ministry of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Campus Ministry to develop and lead all programming and outreach for the Butler Catholic Community (BCC) at Butler University, including prayer, service, small faith communities, and social events. The Director will oversee a large and active student leadership team and executive board to promote the spiritual and theological formation of students involved in the BCC. The Director will also lead all sacramental preparation, plan and attend Sunday Masses, build personal relationships with students, organize retreats, and endeavor to build a culture of discipleship.

Candidates must be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a knowledge of Church teaching and a passion for engaging college students in the Catholic faith. The position requires two to three years of experience in campus ministry involving organizing and implementing ministry-related programs and events for college students and young adults. Strong leadership skills, well-developed verbal and written communications skills, organizational ability, and the qualities of sensitivity and empathy are all essential in this ministry.

Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to: Ed Isakson Director, Human Resources Archdiocese of Indianapolis 1400 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 E-mail:

Student Engagement Coordinator – Elon University,
Elon, North Carolina
Date Posted: March 14, 2019

The Student Engagement Coordinator is a recent graduate who spends a year of service on the Catholic Campus Ministry team.  He/she is hired by the Diocese of Raleigh and is accountable to the Catholic Life Staff at Elon University. The internship is a 10-month (August to May), 40 hours/week position (more or less depending on week), with an option of returning for a second year.  While there are some specified responsibilities, there is ample room for creativity and innovation.

Responsibilities include:

  • Engage and minister to the Catholic undergraduate population in order to build up the Catholic Campus Ministry program at Elon

    • Build and foster relationships with individual students, with particular concern to first-year students, through outreach and introductory meetings

    • Evangelize and invite students to go deeper into their Catholic faith through regular Mass attendance, weekly small groups, and one-on-one discipleship

    • Develop a ministry of presence with students by encouraging attendance and being visible/welcoming at CCM events and activities, including but not limited to: Sunday and weekday Masses, weekend retreats, weeklong alternative break trips, social activities, service events, etc.

  • Support CCM Servant Leaders (student leadership team)

    • Work with Servant Leaders to plan and implement student-led activities and programs

    • Help to provide leadership, guidance and encouragement

    • Attend weekly planning meetings

    • Meet weekly with individual Servant Leaders for one-on-one discipleship

  • Function as a team with the Catholic Life Staff to coordinate liturgies, care for students’ well-being, attend necessary meetings, advance fundraising efforts, and perform tasks as needed 


  • A practicing Catholic with a strong spirituality and past/current involvement in campus ministry

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Ability to function in a collaborative ministry setting

  • Ability to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends

  • Strong organizational and communication skills

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Drive

  • Proficiency in social media

  • Outgoing, enthusiastic

  • Current valid driver’s license

Please send cover letter and resume to T Huynh-Duc at Campus Ministry, 2960 Campus Box, Elon, NC 27224, or Compensation includes full-time salary and benefits, holidays and vacation hours, and access to Elon facilities, e.g., fitness center, library, cultural and athletic events.

Campus Minister – Saint Viator High School,
Arlington Heights, Illinois
Date Posted: March 14, 2019

Saint Viator High School in Arlington Heights, Ill., is seeking a full-time Campus Minister effective August 15, 2019, for the 2019-2020 school year. The Campus Minister has a hands-on role with Catholic retreats, liturgies, service and faith leadership development. The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with a major or minor in theology, philosophy or a related field, and be able to support the school mission of proclaiming Jesus Christ and raising up communities where faith is lived, deepened and celebrated. This is a nine-month position with responsibilities during and after the school day and on various weekends.


  • Experience working in a Catholic high school, mission, and/or retreat center environment.

  • Ability to work independently and in collaboration with others.

  • Ability to successfully manage several tasks simultaneously.

  • Ability to work flexible hours and weekends as needed.

  • Comfort and proficiency in leading prayer in both large and small group settings.

  • Desire to approach high school-based ministry in a way that honors the heritage of Saint Viator while also creating new and engaging opportunities for students.

  • A commitment to service and a witness to a lived faith.

To apply, submit your cover letter, resume and a list of three professional references to Mrs. Nancy Devroy by email at or postal mail at Saint Viator High School, 1213 East Oakton, Arlington Heights, IL 60004.

Assistant Director of Campus Ministry – Clarke University, Dubuque, Iowa
Date Posted: March 11, 2019

At Clarke University, everything we do is focused on making an impact on students so they can positively impact the world. For students, it means a place where more than facts are studied it means new ways of thinking are explored. For faculty and staff, it means more than just coming to work every day it means truly collaborating across the university to put student success first. It also means living and working in a thriving city named one of the "most livable" small cities in the country and one of "Best Green Places" in the country.            

The university is currently seeking an outgoing, collaborative, student-centered individual for the full-time (40 hours per week with benefits), 10-month position of Assistant Director of Campus Ministry. This position will focus on social justice by being the point person for community service promotion on campus, the facilitator of campus ministry's service trips, and the programmer for social justice education. 

This position will require a BA with 1-3 years of experience serving/forming college students or young adults in a ministry setting, coursework in religious studies, understanding of Catholic Social Teaching and the ability to collaborate and foster a community-oriented environment. It would be preferable if candidates have experience in leading service trips or forming service trip leaders, working to collaborate with local service agencies, and/or engaging in social justice programming.

To apply for this position, please upload a cover letter and resume online at Resume review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Start date is August 1, 2019.

Director of Campus Ministry – Mississippi State University
Starkville, Mississippi
Date Posted: March 8, 2019

The Director of Campus Ministry leads and directs Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM), a program at St. Joseph Catholic Church. This ministry primarily serves the students at Mississippi State University, but also extends to those at East Mississippi Community College (EMCC) and Mississippi University for Women (MUW). The Director of Campus Ministry reports directly to the Pastor at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Starkville, Miss., and collaborates with the Diocesan Office of Campus Ministry.

Candidates should have the following:

—Bachelor’s Degree – Master’s in Theology, preferred;
—Ability to uphold and cultivate Christian values, especially the moral teachings of the Church;
—Experience with youth or young adult ministry/outreach;
—An understanding of ministry as a calling;
—Good leadership skills and excellent communication skills;
—Ability to work in a team-oriented and collaborative environment;
—and a Positive attitude.

For inquiries about the Director of Campus Ministry position, please contact the parish office at 662.323.2257. Please submit cover letter and resume to: 
Due date: April 1, 2019

Associate Director of Campus Ministry: Service, Social Justice & Evangelization – Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Date Posted: March 8, 2019

The Associate Director of Campus Ministry, Coordinator of Service, Social Justice, & Evangelization for the Catholic Student Center (CSC) at Washington University in St Louis will help drive the mission of the CSC by overseeing the formation of student’s Christian conscience and ongoing engagement with the CSC community through service immersion opportunities, Catholic Social Teaching education, small group coordination, peer ministry, retreats, and discipleship. This role will report to the Director of Campus Ministry and work in collaboration with the Campus Ministry Team and broader CSC staff and community.

It is the responsibility of every campus minister to help achieve the mission of the CSC which is “a house of Catholic formation and a community of hospitality to students of all faiths. The CSC strives - through education, service, and a worshipping community that seeks to know and become Christ - to form students intellectually, morally, socially, and spiritually according to the wisdom of the Catholic Church, so that they become active participants in parish life and moral and spiritual leaders in Church and society for the 21st century.”

This campus minister position will serve as a key resource for students focused on three primary areas of Ministry:

  1. Service Learning.  Encourage students to become volunteers and activists of change and progression. Create opportunities for service and community engagement in St Louis, in the U.S., and abroad. Forming students to become the hands and feet of Christ to those in need.

  2. Social Justice. Help expose students to social justice issues thru discussions and experiences that ignite their passion for social justice. Expose students to the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.

  3. Evangelization. Form students as disciples and train them to share their love of God and Church within trusting relationships.

Key Responsibilities

  1. General Campus Ministry Duties (25%)

    • Regular Sunday Mass and weekday Mass duties as shared by Campus Ministry team.

    • Attendance at CSC programs as required by Campus Ministry staff.

    • General outreach to students on campus through one-on-ones and pastoral formation.

    • Other various campus ministry duties as requested and assigned.

  2. Service Learning (20%)

    • Coordinate all efforts to provide regular service opportunities in the St. Louis area for our students so that they can be the hands and feet of Christ.

    • Provide service reflection experiences that help students process their service experiences in the context of the Gospels.

    • Coordinate a weekend urban plunge experience that gives students a local immersive service learning opportunity

    • Coordinate the alternative domestic spring break service trip (SBST). Recruit students for the trip and supervise and mentor the CSC intern who assists with the trip. Organize preparatory team meetings that provide Catholic Social Teaching education.

  3. Educating for Justice (20%)

    • Provide opportunities for learning about Catholic Social Teaching so that our students’ Christian conscience will be formed. Continue monthly discussion called Drexel Dialogues.

    • Connect social justice principles to service that students are participating in through campus organizations.

    • Provide social justice reflections and resources for various groups such as RCIA, retreats, staff, and opportunities on campus.

    • Serve as a liaison to the student group on campus called “Students For Life”, providing a “seamless garment” approach for their formation.

  4. Evangelization (20%)

    • Coordinate and recruit leaders for our “Core Communities” faith sharing groups.

    • Provide training and support for Core Community leaders

    • Coordinate the SALT (Service and Leadership Training) initiative which forms discipleship type relationships between students and campus ministers.

    • Provide evangelization resources for campus ministry staff

    • Coordinate dormitory outreach efforts to undergrads in collaboration with CSC interns and Catholic Student Union.

  5. El Salvador Agape Service Immersion Program (15%)

    • Recruit student participants and a student leader for a winter break immersion trip to our sister community in El Salvador.

    • Prepare and plan with the student leader fall semester personal and group formation that is central to the program in preparation for the trip.

    • Lead the winter break service immersion trip

    • Lead spring semester individual and group processing and integration of experience in to daily lives

    • Maintain regular communication with organizations and communities in El Salvador


  • Graduate Level Degree in ministry or related field preferred

  • Two years of ministry experience or experience in related field involving pastoral care or education.

  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills

  • Strong content development and presentation / training delivery skills

  • Technically savvy, especially with digital tools such as Google calendar, Google drive, Gmail, and social media.

  • Project or program planning and management experience

  • Highest level of professional and ethical conduct

  • Available to work evenings and weekends occasionally

Please send your resume to the Catholic Student Center at Washington to Troy Woytek at Upon reception of your resume we will send you the application. Rolling applications until May 30, 2019.

Campus Minister for Liturgy and Music – Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana
Date Posted: March 4, 2019

Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, seeks a full-time (32 hours per week/ August-May) campus minister to be responsible for all aspects of liturgical music for the college. The Campus Minister for Liturgy and Music plans and prepares music for Sunday liturgies, rehearses musicians and is present at all Sunday campus liturgies, and other campus liturgies as planned, as the main liturgical musician. The Campus Minister for Liturgy and Music also supervises student musicians, oversees the planning for important College liturgies, maintains the music library, and prepares all worship aids, musical arrangements, and instrumentalists for these liturgies. This position also includes collaborating with other campus ministers in providing liturgical formation for students, and providing pastoral care and spiritual guidance to students when needed.


  • Master’s Degree in Music, Sacred Music and/or Ministry or Theology.

  • Candidates must have at least one year of previous pastoral experience.

  • Experience working with college students is desired.

Qualified applicants should submit a resume to: Human Resources, Facilities Building, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN 46556 or send electronically to: Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing racial and ethnic diversity at all levels—students, faculty, and staff—and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Campus Ministry Intern – Washington University,
St. Louis, Missouri
Date Posted: March 4, 2019

The Intern-in-Service program at the Catholic Student Center at Washington University is a volunteer campus ministry initiative geared towards recent college graduates who seek not only to grow personally, professionally and spiritually, but also to form students intellectually, morally, socially, and spiritually.  

By helping with programming, Masses, and various responsibilities at the CSC, interns will welcome all students and empower student leaders wherever possible. Interns provide a hospitable presence--both on campus and at the CSC--and help students connect life and faith in tangible ways. In addition to serving the intern program includes spiritual direction, formation with our pastoral team, and one-on-one supervision, so that the interns can discern the next step in their life journey and learn how to become active participants in parish life and moral leaders in their careers. Interns will live in community with each other and are compensated with food and housing, as well as a small stipend to cover gas, cell phone, personal expenses, and health insurance. 


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

  • Be able to challenge students to grow—socially, spiritually, intellectually, and morally. Includes the ability to offer constructive feedback to all types of people.

  • Be able to work with all backgrounds, cultures, and levels of faith/religion.

  • Excellent verbal communication, interpersonal and writing skills;

  • Scheduling flexibility that allows working almost every Sunday, several evenings every week, and occasional weekends and holidays. 

  • Demonstrates highest level of professional and ethical conduct.

  • Adheres to all health and safety policies/procedures.

  • Work dedication and reliability; demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; follows instructions; ability to consistently meet deadlines; welcomes and applies feedback to improve performance.

  • Computer & Technology Proficiency - Intermediate skill level using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Google Drives, etc. Social media (Facebook, twitter).

Please send application, Resume, Contact information for two references to Upon receipt of your completed application and resume, you will be contacted by the CSC for an initial discussion. Based on this, a follow up interview (preferably in person) will be conducted with CSC staff members. Offers will be contingent upon pre-employment screening including background and reference checks. Please visit for more information.

Director of Campus Ministry – Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Date Posted: February 26, 2019

LSU’s Christ the King Church and Catholic Center is seeking a Director of Campus Ministry. This position would report directly to the pastor and work closely with him to facilitate the fulfillment of the mission of the Catholic Church at Christ the King on Louisiana State University’s (LSU) campus.

General Duties

  • Develop, Implement and Cultivate a Culture of Evangelization, Discipleship and Formation for the students and parishioners of Christ the King so that Christ the King would become a house of formation of missionary disciples.

  • Direct and supervise the staff of Campus Ministry, Religious Education Coordinator and Catechists in a way that facilitates the fulfillment of the mission of CTK. This includes, but is not limited to delegating to key volunteers and Student Leaders to assist in implementation of the programming with the approval and permission of the pastor.

  • Develop and implement a process of formation for Staff, Student Leaders, key volunteers, parishioners and students in the Catholic Faith, the life of discipleship and the apostolate.

  • Develop in communion with staff the programing of Christ the King Campus Ministry and Parish. Included but not limited to catechesis, this position would require the direction and implementation of ministries to provide charism discernment, vocation discernment and evangelization for students and parishioners to greater assist in their full formation and education for lifelong discipleship and mission.

Required participation in:

  • Staff Meetings, Ministry Team Meetings and Planning Days

  • Staff Prayer

  • Strategic Meetings as directed by Pastor

  • Retreats and Events as Direct by the Pastor

  • Pastoral Council Meetings

  • High Priority Formation events: i.e. CTK Leadership Retreat, Student Leadership Formation Days, Staff Formation Days


  • Active, practicing Catholic

  • Passionate about the New Evangelization

  • Education - BA or higher. Master’s Degree in Theology preferred

  • 5 years’ experience in Catholic ministry with a minimum of 2 years with college students

  • Ability to lead a team and in one on one settings

  • Ability to effectively delegate

  • Self-starter with the ability to follow through in the planning, organizing and implementing ministry related events

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Ability to facilitate and develop key relationship with LSU and other campus ministries

  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, employees, students and community

  • Position requires flexible hours, weekends and evenings

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position and they are not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. 

Please send your resume, cover letter, three references, and your date of availability to start to:
Alison S. Dazzio, Parish Administrator
Christ the King Catholic Church and Student Center
PO Box 411, Baton Rouge, LA 70821
E-mail applications
Telephone: 225.344.8595 

Campus Minister and Director of JPII House – Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Date Posted: February 26, 2019

LSU’s Christ the King Church and Catholic Center is seeking Campus Minister and Director of JPII House to assist the pastor and staff in fulfilling the vision and mission of Christ the King through intentionally building Christian male fraternity, outreach to students on campus, meeting students where they are to evangelize; build friendships and invite them into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the Community of Christ the King, and the Church.


  • Practicing Catholic.

  • Bachelor’s Degree required.

  • Degree or certification in Theology/Ministry preferred.

  • 1-3 years of experience serving/forming college age young adults in ministry setting.

  • Competencies and experience in Project Management.

  • Teamwork.

  • Workflow Management.

  • Conflict Management.

  • Develop Self and Others.

  • Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Prior Ministry and/or RCIA / catechesis experience.

  • Live-in position with variable hours: late nights and weekends regularly required.

  • Fast-paced, multi-faceted environment that requires flexibility and radical availability.

  • Two-year commitment preferred.

  • Adjusted vacation schedule.

Specific areas of Responsibility:
John Paul II House Director (Catholic Men’s Intentional Household for current LSU students)

  • Director of JPII House
    This includes meeting with the guys in the house once every 2-3 weeks for an hour+ session on their personal goals within the four pillars of formation.

  • Directs each student that is point on planning of social events or outreach effort at the house.

  • Ensures the men living in the house are following the code of conduct and the rule of life.

  • Helps men in the house discern an approved apostolate and walks with them through that process.

  • Working with men to resolve issues and conflicts that arise in living with one another and notifies the Pastor and Parish Administrator of conflicts as appropriate and necessary.

  • Attends regularly scheduled meetings with Pastor and Parish Administrator throughout the year.

  • Plan and Direct communal prayer in the house.

  • Direct and plan HOUSE DAY – 1 time per month.

    • For cleaning, volunteer work at the house, CTK or in the community.

  • Plan and Develop Retreats each semester.

    • 1st – Focus on Christian Fraternity and community building.

    • 2nd – Deeper spiritual focus.

  • Plan and facilitate family dinner once a week:

    • Meal prep beginning at 5 p.m. (teams of guys on a rotational basis.)

    • Hour of meal time.

    • Updates from each guy – high, low and God moment of the past week.

    • Progress to prayer element – usually go into a Bible study for the upcoming Sunday Gospel or a family rosary.

    • House business is handled in last 30 minutes – notable dates, guest, rearranging chore times as needed.

  • Meets with inquiring guys who are interested in joining JPII House.

  • Oversee and direct all maintenance needs for the house.

  • Facilitate house shopping list and shop or delegate to student.

  • Develop a plan and oversee all cleaning interior and exterior for the house, weekly dividing into two teams and clean for 1.5 hours.


  • Staff Liaison for Fratres Christi - (Regular presence with the guys and encouragement in their community events on and off campus).

  • Available for Spiritual Mentoring to other students.

  • Event setup/teardown point person on Ministry Staff.

  • Sound system setup/teardown point person on Ministry Staff.

  • Attend and assist (as directed) in the planning of Leadership Retreat, SEEK, SLS, end of semester debriefing meetings and planning.

  • Attend Staff, Ministry Team weekly meetings, prayer and Semester reviews with pastor and Parish Administrator.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required of this position and they are not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment.

Please send your resume, cover letter, three references, and your date of availability to start to:
Alison S. Dazzio, Parish Administrator
Christ the King Catholic Church and Student Center
PO Box 411, Baton Rouge, LA 70821
E-mail applications
Telephone: 225.344.8595

Director of Catholic Campus Ministry – University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Date Posted: February 26, 2019

St. Mary Student Parish, located in Ann Arbor, is seeking a Director of Catholic Campus Ministry. The Director will lead Catholic campus ministry, build and maintain an Ignatian retreat program, and manage outreach and engagement to/for undergrad students. The Director will also assist with outreach to graduate students, young professionals, and resident parishioners.

1. Masters of Divinity, Pastoral Theology, or equivalent
2. Five or more years of relevant experience in a campus ministry setting
3. Experience working as a leader and managing others
4. Knowledge of and passion for Ignatian Spirituality
5. Practicing Catholic demonstrating a high level of professional and ethical
6. Willingness to work non-traditional hours including nights and weekends
7. Self-motivated, flexible, and personable

Interested candidates can refer to the complete posting on our website for more information. Email resume and cover letter to Lanette Mele Application deadline is March 15, 2019.

Associate Campus Minister, Full time - Clemson University,
Clemson, South Carolina
Date Posted: February 19, 2019

The Diocese of Charleston invites applications for full time position of associate campus minister to work collaboratively with Clemson Catholic Campus Ministry and St. Andrew Parish, under the direction of chaplain-director. Clemson welcomes upwards to 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students to its campus each year. Since dedication of a Catholic chapel, a recognized landmark in the Clemson community, this ministry has been an outreach to Catholic students for more than 80 years.

Catholic Campus Ministry is integrally connected to St. Andrew Parish where Catholic parishioners associated with the university welcome students to find a faith home. The Catholic Campus Ministry Center is located on St. Andrew property, close to the university. The campus ministry team listens, engages, mentors, and empowers the community through programming based on the USCCB six dimensions of Catholic campus ministry.

Working with the Franciscan chaplain-director, the associate campus minister will assist in developing small groups, peer ministries, retreats, faith formation, liturgical ministries, outreach ministries, and student core team mentoring. Regular responsibilities will include weekly student dinners, life at the CCM house, campus relationships, and supervision of student interns. As a member of the Diocesan Catholic Campus Ministry Program the campus minister also collaborates with the diocesan office.

The candidate must desire: to develop strong, student leadership and peer ministry; to reach out to students in their faith journey; and to engage in a daily ministry of presence in the center, on the campus, and at student events.

Practicing Catholic with degree in ministry, theology, pastoral or religious studies, or related field (Master degree preferred).
— Demonstrated experience working in the fields of higher ed. and/or education, formation, ministry of young adults.
— Facility with social media and informational technology skills.

For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, and reference contacts Excellent benefits with generous paid time off.

Director of Music & Liturgy – St. Ambrose University,
Davenport, Iowa
Date Posted: February 19, 2019

St. Ambrose University seeks an energetic, relationship oriented person of faith to direct music ministry and liturgy through the Catholic Campus Ministry department.  

Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, responsibilities include: leading and forming the student choir and musician team to provide music for Sunday and weekday liturgies, prayer services, and retreats; overseeing training and scheduling of liturgical ministers; handling technological needs of the ministry team, including the Chapel audio system; assisting with other Campus Ministry events (retreats, service trips, etc.) and maintaining a ministerial presence for students. Preferred skills include experience with social media and digital outreach, music notation software, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and/or Publisher.

A successful candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s degree in theology, music, or a related field (Master’s degree preferred), along with experience in ministry, Catholic liturgy and liturgical music, choir direction, and accompaniment for liturgy (piano experience preferred). Ability to work evenings and weekends is required. Position is open until filled.

St. Ambrose is an independent, comprehensive, and Catholic diocesan university firmly grounded in the liberal arts. People from under-represented populations are encouraged to apply.

Please apply online at and submit a letter of interest, resume and contact information for three professional references. EOE
Apply directly at:

Director of Campus Ministry – New Mexico State University,
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Date Posted: February 15, 2019

St. Albert the Great Newman Parish, campus ministry for New Mexico State University, is looking for a Director of Campus Ministry. The director will be responsible for the development, planning, and implementation of campus ministry programs and events.


-Bachelor's degree required
-Master's degree & experience preferred
-Strong experience of God in one's own life
-Active membership in a Catholic parish Faith community
-Ability to articulate personal vision of spirituality, justice
-Ability to function effectively in a team or collaborative ministry setting

Please mail cover letter, resume and applications to: St. Albert the Great, 2615 S. Solano, Las Cruces, NM 88001 or email: