Parish and Resources Coordinator

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City Inc.
    Job Description
    Title:                                     Parish and Resources Coordinator
    Reports To:                        Director of Parish Engagement
    FLSA Status:                       Exempt, Full Time                            Salary Grade: Grade 7
    Position Description:
    The Parish and Resources Coordinator serves as consultant, educator and supporter for parishes and communities to develop and sustain social ministries and ecumenical outreach to address the needs of the poor and vulnerable. Additional duties require the coordinator to provide support to the Director of Grants and Donor Administration to ensure good donor/donation stewardship through various database functions.
    1. Coordinates continuing educational and spiritual formation opportunities
    2. Provides models/templates/policies/resources for social ministry programs
    3. Develops materials and resources for parish, ecumenical, or community related meetings
    4. Provides Catholic Charities support of Archdiocesan events like the following: Nurses Day, Rose Day, Sanctity of Life Mass, Dr. Martin Luther King Mass, A Very Giving Christmas and other events as assigned
    5. Establish processes to identify community and regional resources for Catholic Charities programs and networking opportunities
    6. Assist in the stewarding of parish or ecumenical donors
    7. Identify, monitor and maintain Parish communications
    8. Provides staff support for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in the Archdiocese and Catholic Charities’ parish liaisons.
    9. Provides support for donor database functions including:
                            Upkeep of constituent records
                            Generation of donor acknowledgments and monthly pledge reminders
                            Gift processing for on-going, memorial, in-honor, and online gifts
                            Donor correspondence for expired payment methods
    1. Other duties as assigned.
    Minimum Qualifications
    • A graduate of an accredited school or college with a degree in  related field
    • Practicing Catholic with knowledge of Catholic Social Teaching and spirituality.
    • Two to four years experience in social ministry with education and communication skills.
    • Good understanding of Microsoft suite and experience in data management/input
    • Demonstrated leadership and program development skills.
    • Understanding and commitment to the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, and familiarity with Catholic theology
    • Sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic diversity of our service population
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to lead others to engage in service or volunteerism
    • Strong attention to detail and good problem solving skills
    • Effective time management skills and the ability to manage projects and tasks
    • Computer literate in a variety of programs, including the internet and Microsoft Office
    • Ability to treat all clients, volunteer, guests and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times.
    • Be engaged in parish ministry at the local level.
    • Excellent public speaking skills
    • Working knowledge of services offered in the community, parishes and Archdiocese.
    • Support the philosophy, policies, and procedures of the sponsoring agency and/or parish
    • Demonstrates flexibility and ability to travel throughout the Archdiocese.  Travel component of the position may be 50% of the position.
    • Good organizational skills (able to set up meetings, agendas, coordinate with individuals and groups, make presentations—formal and informal, prepare minutes and monitor or complete follow-up action items to ensure objectives are met)
    • Ability to work on a team
    • Understands and supports agency objectives
    • Assist with other Catholic Charities programs and events as assigned.
    • Sitting for long periods of time, walking/climbing stairs
    • Occasional lifting (up to 20 pounds) of materials for meetings and presentations
    • Travel by car within the community and areas served.
    • Normal office environment. Some nights and weekends may be required.
    • Accommodations may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodations.
    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this position.  The statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position.
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