Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Police Officer-Madison Wisconsin

The Madison Wisconsin Police Department wants to attract men and women who reflect the diversity of the Madison community. Successful applicant usually have educational and/or life experiences possessed by mature individuals. New training classes commonly include a number of individuals who are changing careers. The typical candidate has at least an associate's degree, and most have a bachelor's degree. Age range is 22-45, but there is no upper age limit. Previous experience may include work in teaching, social work, business, law enforcement or a variety of other professions.

Recruits must be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Able to enforce the law while protecting constitutional rights. Committed to work with a multi-cultural citizenry.

Minimum requirements
U.S. citizen and at least 18 years of age at the time of application.
High School graduate or possess a GED
Possess a current driver's license and be eligible for a Wisconsin driver's license.
Meet the occupational health standard.
No felony convictions.
No conviction record or pending charge which substantially relates to the work of a Police Officer.

Starting level pay is $47,041. After six months: $52,306.

Apply at MadisonPolice.com or email dslawek@cityofmadison.com and request an application by mail or call 608-266-4190

Monday, August 24, 2015

Student Trainee (Clerk) Position - U.S. Attorney's Office - Hammond Indiana

The Department of Justice has a diverse and talented workforce of over 100,000 men and women. Justice leads the Nation in ensuring the protection of all Americans while preserving their constitutional freedoms. If selected, you will be part of a dedicated team helping to enforce Federal criminal and civil laws that protect life, liberty and the property of citizens.
The Executive Office for United States Attorneys (EOUSA) is a great place to work. The Department of Justice ranked #5 out of 19 large agencies and EOUSA/United States Attorneys Offices ranked #55 out of 315 agency subcomponents in a study, “The Best Places to Work in the Federal Government, 2014 Ratings” published by the Partnership for Public Service. See http://www.bestplacestowork.org/
For more information on the Department of Justice and the United States Attorneys Offices, visit http://www.justice.gov/usao/.
As needed, additional positions may be filled using this announcement.
This is an excepted service appointment under the Pathways Intern Program. This appointment may be extended until the selectee's educational program requirements have been completed.  After successful completion of the program requirements, the individual may at agency discretion be converted to a TERM or permanent appointment. For more information on the Pathways Program, please visit:  http://www.opm.gov/HiringReform/Pathways/.
Salary Information:
Hammond, Indiana: $31,289.00 - $40,679.00
South Bend, Indiana:  $28,553.00 - $37,121.00
To view the entire announcement, including instructions on how to apply, click on tabs above.

These are NOT short-term positions. Those selected will be expected to work year-round on a flexible schedule which will accomodate class schedules during the school session. The ideal candidate will serve a minimum one (1) year appointment.


  • Not Required


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  • You must be a U.S. Citizen or National.
  • Background investigation, credit check, and drug test required.
  • You must be registered for Selective Service, if applicable.
  • You must meet half-time student enrollment requirements.
  • You must submit a transcript or proof of enrollment with your application.


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If selected, you will provide office clerical and automation support to one or more professional, program, or technical staff members in the United States Attorney’s Office. Automated support may include use of one or more of the following software applications: word processing, electronic spreadsheets, database management, desk-top publishing, graphics, project management, calendar and electronic mail. You will receive formal and/or on-the-job training as needed. Duties include:
  • Producing a variety of documents using varied and advanced word processing software functions;
  • Storing, retrieving, editing, and printing a variety of documents with complex formats such as graphics or tables within the text;
  • Sorting, calculating, and retrieving data from electronic databases or spreadsheets to produce reports, charts, and graphs.
  • Answering telephones and referring callers to staff members or taking messages as appropriate;
  • Operating a copy machine;
  • Collating and stapling materials;
  • Sorting, filing, and retrieving materials in alphabetical, numerical, or
  • chronological order; and
  • Making recurring and special messenger trips as necessary.

Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress.


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To be eligible for this internship ALL of the following requirements must be met:
  • Student Status:  Definition of a student - applicant must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school, two-year or four-year college or university, graduate or professional school (go to www.ope.ed.gov/accreditation/ to verify accreditation status).  You must be considered in good academic standings by the school.  Individuals must be taking at least a half-time academic, vocational, or technical course load leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate.  "Half-time" is defined by the school in which the student is enrolled.
  • Grade Point Average:  You must have at least a 2.5 GPA. 
  • Citizenship:  Student Interns must be United States citizens or owe permanent allegiance to the United States.  (Currently, natives of American Samoa, Swains Island and certain inhabitants of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are the only groups that owe permanent allegiance to the United States.)
  • Background Investigation:  You must successfully complete a background investigation to determine your suitability for Federal employment.
  • Pathways Participant Agreement:  All interns are required to sign the Participant Agreement.
  • Qualification requirements as outlined below.

Additional information at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/413607000

Director of Family Life Ministries

FUNCTION: To develop, maintain and update a diocesan vision of the pillars of family life. To create and implement curriculum to fulfill that vision in today’s world.  To direct, supervise and evaluate programs of diocesan Family Life Ministries.

QUALIFICATIONS: Practicing Catholic with knowledge and appreciation of church teachings on all aspects of family life and an ability to speak to interested groups on such matters; prefer college degree with training and/or experience in ministries associated with Family Life or related field, good  communication, organizational and computer skills, ability to supervise and direct programs and people.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Interested individuals should send a resume and letter by e-mail or postal mail listing three professional references along with a completed application form that can be downloaded here. (Instructions for completing fillable application)
The Diocese of Rapid City offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Office of the Chancellor
Diocese of Rapid City
606 Cathedral Drive
Rapid City SD 57701

Director of Evangelization and Catechesis

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, VT is seeking a qualified candidate to work under the leadership of Bishop Christopher J. Coyne, as this is an exciting time in our Catholic faith within the State of Vermont.
The Director of Evangelization and Catechesis builds upon the living example of Jesus to continually reach out to those of faith and to welcome others who are open to the faith. The Office collaborates with pastoral leaders and various ministries to: bring about in all Catholics in the diocese such an enthusiasm for their faith that, in living their faith in Jesus, they freely share it with others; invite all people in the diocese, whatever their economic, social or cultural background, to hear the message of salvation in Jesus Christ so they may come to join us in the fullness of the Catholic faith; foster gospel values by promoting the dignity of the human person, especially persons experiencing poverty and marginalization; celebrating the richness of diversity among God's people; upholding the common good and the importance of the family, so that our society may continue to be transformed by the saving power of Jesus Christ.
Strengthen the awareness of the Church's teachings, beliefs and messages and strengthen the impact they have on Catholics in general and civic leaders in particular through, focused, comprehensive, and unified communications strategy.
Provide vision, leadership, and advocacy for pastors as well as parish and school catechetical leaders in the religious education and formation of the children, youth, and adults in their parishes and schools.
The office provides services to parish and school leadership, staff, and volunteers according to the goals and objectives outlined in the General Directory and National Directory for Catechesis, while seeking innovative ways that reach all people.
The office seeks to enlighten, empower, and enable the faithful to live, to the fullest, their baptismal call as the People of God. It provides assistance through a variety of means to assist the faithful in growth and development in the fields of faith formation and pastoral ministry.
Promotes and safeguards the teaching mission of the Church and exercises this teaching authority as delegated by the Bishop, for example:
  • Maintains professional knowledge of education, evangelization and theological developments through reading, research, study and attendance at professional conferences and meetings.
  • Communicates professional developments to Catechetical Leaders (DREs), principals, catechists in Catholic schools and Parish Religious Education Programs through workshops, Catechetical Leader meetings, etc.
  • Reviews and recommends certification of catechetical leaders and catechists.
  • Develops, implements and evaluates the goals, desired outcomes, and strategies of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis.
  • Provides for the vision and direction for the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis.
  • Directs the activities of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis (OEC.
  • Supervises the staff of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis.
  • Supervises the strategies and tasks of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis in all areas, for example:
    • Supports, forms and certifies Catechetical Leaders;
    • Forms and certifies Catholic School and parish catechists;
    • Oversees the use of technological tools by the OEC;
    • Oversees the selection of media for the Diocesan Media Center.
Candidate Qualification: a Master's Degree in Theology, Religious Education or Equivalent. A minimum of five years' experience is also required - three years of teaching and three years of administration. Experience of supervising others is preferable. The individual must have the ability to relate well with people. Practicing Catholic in accordance with Canon 874 1, 3, 4 of the Code of Canon Law.

Check out the website at: www.vermontcatholic.org for details and how to apply today.

This is a great opportunity for a qualified candidate working under the leadership of Bishop Christopher J. Coyne, as this is an exciting time in our Catholic faith within the State of Vermont! Bishop Coyne stated in January 2015: "... the call of Pope Saint John Paul II, Pope Benedict, and now Pope Francis to Catholics to re-engage ourselves into a deep, personal relationship with Jesus Christ, from which we "go out" and evangelize those who are not within "our doors." In this spirit, I take these words of Pope Francis very much to heart: "We must restore hope to young people, help the old, be open to the future, spread love. Be poor among the poor. We need to include the excluded and preach peace."

The history of Catholicism in Vermont began in July of 1609 with the arrival of Samuel de Champlain, who named the land for its green mountains ("VoilĂ  les monts verts!"). The Church developed slowly through three phases. The early period of evangelization and missionary activity planted the seed and set down roots. Catholicism in Vermont came of age with the establishment of the Diocese of Burlington in 1853. The third, contemporary phase began after about 1965 with efforts to implement the renewal of the Second Vatican Council.
The state population in 2014 was recorded at 626,562 residents, with 118,000 being Roman Catholic. The Diocese of Burlington has 65 priests in active ministry, 40 permanent deacons, and 90 sisters ministering in 73 parishes and 28 missions. The diocese included 11 elementary schools, two high schools, and a catechetical system with an estimated 1,100 lay teachers instructing almost 12,800 students.

Vermont is also known for the beautiful mountains and lakes. Vermont has also won prestigious awards for being the safest and best place to raise a family. 

Monday, August 10, 2015

Coordinator of Evangelization & Pastoral Care - Toledo Diocese

      Coordinator of Evangelization & Pastoral Care of Parishes
The Diocese of Toledo is in search of a Coordinator of Evangelization & Pastoral Care of Parishes. This enthusiastic leader provides parishes with evangelization opportunities, strategies, training, resources, advisement, and support in their evangelization efforts to further the mission of the Catholic Church and meet the pastoral needs of the faith community. The Coordinator oversees efforts to foster among Catholics of the diocese an enthusiasm for their faith and a desire to share their faith. In addition, the Coordinator provides parish leadership with assistance, resources, and best practices to formulate effective strategies, guidance, and support in pastoral care.
The Diocese of Toledo is comprised of 124 parish faith communities, 78 schools, reaching 19 counties and serving over 300,000 Catholics throughout Northwest Ohio, with pastoral, charitable, and educational ministries in which we serve God through our service to His people.
The Coordinator of Evangelization & Pastoral Care of Parishes maintains a high visibility, interacting with pastors and parish leaders to identify the greatest needs in a parish's efforts in evangelizing and teaching of the faith in coordination with other diocesan ministries/ departments. The Coordinator will provide support and guidance to pastors, deacons, parish pastoral councils, evangelization teams, and other interested groups on the principals of evangelization and planning; assists parishes to form teams and support them with training in order to carry out effective evangelization programs and initiatives; and follows-up and monitors the effectiveness of programs to ensure that these programs are ongoing while working toward continuous improvement.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in Evangelization, Pastoral Ministry, Theology, Religious Education or similar course of study that would demonstrate a current basic knowledge of theology, catechesis and ministry.
  • Thorough understanding of New Evangelization and experience with various methodologies for the implementation of evangelization efforts.
  • Ability to clearly and enthusiastically communicate the goals of New Evangelization, and to motivate others in sharing the faith with renewed enthusiasm and new methods.
  • Must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church who has the ability to respect, promote, accommodate, and not be in conflict with the mission, moral and social teachings, doctrines, and laws of the Roman Catholic faith.
  • Pursues this ministry with energy, drive and a need to produce results. Must be flexible, self-confident, assertive and persuasive.
  • At least three years of successful experience leading and directing programs and events at a parish or diocesan level is preferred.
  • Individual must possess a capacity for quickly learning new technologies and how best to deliver creative content using multiple delivery methods. This position requires high level of creativity and technical prowess in developing, producing, distributing, and marketing new media productions including audio and video podcasts, standalone video projects, and mobile and web-based applications, services, and websites.
Please send your cover letter with salary requirements, along with your resume to:
Greg C. Reed, Director of Human Resources at gcreed@toledodiocese.org. We respectfully ask that you refrain from phone inquiries.

Sr. Director of Discipleship & Family Life Position - Toledo Diocese


Senior Director of Discipleship & Family Life Position

The Diocese of Toledo is searching for a Senior Director of Discipleship & Family Life, responsible for strategic leadership of her/his staff to ensure they produce excellent service to parishes by providing resources, training, and specialized expertise so that parishes can develop specific programs and events to reach their parish faith communities in the following ministries: Marriage and Family Life, Youth, Young Adult and Campus Ministry, Catholic Youth Organization (CYO), Ministry to Persons with Disabilities, and Multi-Cultural Ministries.
The Diocese of Toledo is comprised of 124 parish faith communities, 78 schools, reaching 19 counties and serving over 300,000 Catholics throughout Northwest Ohio, with pastoral, charitable, and educational ministries in which we serve God through our service to His people.
As a member of the Bishop of Toledo's senior staff, this position leads a ministry-oriented, accountable environment within the Discipleship & Family Life ministries, providing strong leadership, management, and supervision to her/his direct reports while encouraging the Coordinators to focus on new, innovative, and effective programs with a commitment to continuous improvement of existing programs within each ministry.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • A Master's degree preferred, Bachelor's Degree required in Pastoral Studies, Theology/Religious Studies or similar course of study that would demonstrate a current basic knowledge of theology, catechesis and ministry.
  • Must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church who has the ability to respect, promote, accommodate, and not be in conflict with the mission, moral and social teachings, doctrines, and laws of the Roman Catholic faith.
  • Must have at least four (4) years of supervisory, management, and leadership experience; preferably in a Catholic environment.
  • Must have a collaborative style; proven team builder with effective employee-relations skills. Proven ability to lead and motivate teams through recognition, participation and delegation. A leadership style that is approachable, engaging, as well as results and action-oriented with experience in being a "leader of leaders" with a semi-autonomous ministerial team.
  • Pursues this ministry with energy, drive and a need to produce results. Must be flexible, self-confident, assertive and persuasive.
  • Experience in working with pastors, parish groups, and other Church organizations is preferred; preferably past experience working for a diocese or parish.
  • An ability and commitment to establish regular check points with employees; take constructive timely action to remedy problems, and consistently meet quality standards and deadlines.
  • An ability to work in a team environment and articulate the purpose and vision with staff, develop goals with them, establish objectives, and follow-up to ensure that the mission is accomplished.
  • Ability to respect and value the cultural richness that makes up the Church and society and strives to celebrate commonalities and differences among various groups.
  • Required to have excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills; skilled at public speaking. Ability to produce concise reports and recommendations, make presentations to varied groups, and articulate and inspire commitment to a shared vision.
Please send your cover letter with salary requirements, along with your resume to:
Greg C. Reed, Director of Human Resources at gcreed@toledodiocese.org. We respectfully ask that you refrain from phone inquiries.

Executive Director of Sunshine Clubhouse - South Bend

Position Opening: Executive Director
The Board of Directors of the newly organized, Sunshine Clubhouse of St. Joseph County, located in South Bend, Indiana is seeking an Executive Director. Clubhouses, which are guided by Clubhouse International, are non-profit organizations which provide services and opportunities for individuals living with mental illness.

The Executive Director is responsible for working in partnership with the Board of Directors, the members (Clubhouse participants), staff and community leaders to continuously achieve the mission and goals of the organization. The Executive Director is also responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Clubhouse including administration, finances, personnel, public relations, fundraising, program development, communications, marketing, and quality assurance.

The Board of Directors of Sunshine Clubhouse is looking for a highly motivated and talented individual to lead us in creating a strong Clubhouse program for people living with mental illness following the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs. See www.clubhouse-intl.org
The ideal candidate will have:
-A graduate degree in human services, social work, public administration, or related fields preferred.
-Experience working with people living with mental illness.
-An understanding and commitment to the Clubhouse model of psychiatric rehabilitation and the underlying values and principles.
-Experience in non-profit and human service program management.
-Experience working with a Board of Directors.
-Experience in partnering with government entities, regulatory agencies, traditional fundraising, and sustainable fund development.
-Experience in fundraising, public relations and public advocacy. Excellent writing and public speaking skills.
-A strong work ethic and the ability to work flexible hours.

The Clubhouse model is an innovative community based program for people living with mental illness.It is a program organized around the concept of building a community of people who are committed to each other’s success. Participation in the Clubhouse gives individuals the opportunity to join or re-join the worlds of friendships, important work, employment, education and access to healthcare and social services and supports that may be needed individually. Clubhouse is a welcoming and restorative environment for people who have had their lives drastically disrupted and need the support of others who believe that recovery from mental illness is possible.
To Apply:
Please send cover letter and resume (Subject: Executive Director/Clubhouse) to:
info@sunshineclubhouse.org, lisa.anderson.1105@gmail.com or: Sunshine Clubhouse of St. Joseph County, P.O. Box 1047, Notre Dame, IN 46556.