Resources parishes, schools, and organizations in the Diocese of San Jose for the social mission of the Church. Promotes the spirit of Christian global solidarity through mission and justice education and awareness programs in collaboration with colleagues in the Department. Serves as Diocesan Director and representative to the Witness Committee and other advisory committees and teams.
MA in Pastoral Ministries, Religious Studies or International Studies or a related field plus 7-10 years of related experience. Two or more years of overseas experience as a missionary or long-term volunteer or extensive travel in developing countries is preferable.
Proficient in all of the following area: Ability to write reports and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from mission groups, parishes, donors and the general public. Ability to make coherent presentations.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and basic knowledge of internet applications and social media platforms.
Employee must have demonstrated experience in constituency development, grassroots organizing and coordination of projects and programs. Knowledge of social justice issues and Catholic social teaching is a plus. The employee must be a practicing Catholic and have knowledge of Church structure and culture. Requires the ability to maintain confidentiality.