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​Pursuant to our mission, the Catholic Schools within the Diocese are committed to ensuring excellence in the formation of our faith, in academics, and in service. To assist us in our efforts, we seek an experienced professional for the key position of:


Director of Development for Catholic Schools and Scholarship Partners Foundation

The incumbent will assist the Managing Director of the Catholic Foundation in the development and execution of campaign/appeal goals, objectives and strategies to maximize fund raising opportunities for Catholic Schools. Responsibilities will include working with Principals to develop and implement a comprehensive Annual Giving program, including major gifts, direct mail, special events, communications and corporate and foundation giving. The Director will also coordinate the Scholarship Partners Foundation Program.

The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor's degree (Master's degree preferred) and have a minimum of five years of experience at the Director level. Success in and knowledge of the full spectrum of development (gift solicitations, stewardship, donor recognition and administration) and a passion for the mission of Catholic Schools are essential.

We offer a competitive compensation package that includes health, dental, vision and life insurance, paid sick and vacation days, pension and long-term disability. To apply, please send resume and credentials to

Please also complete, save, and send a ​Diocesan Job Application to as well.


The Office for Catholic Schools is soliciting applications for the following principal opening for the 2016-17 school year:


Geibel Catholic Junior-Senior High School, Connellsville, PA

For qualifications and how to apply, please proceed to the Office for Catholic Schools employment page.


Photographer/Multimedia Internship
This is an internship in the Office for Communications that supports The Catholic Accent, the official newspaper of the Diocese of Greensburg. The days and hours can be flexible and can extend into the fall. The intern will report to the staff photographer/multimedia specialist.



Take photos and create videos and slide shows of diocesan events in photojournalistic style. This will include parish festivals, Vacation Bible Schools, Heritage Center exhibits, youth honors Mass and the Catholic Charities golf outing.

Select and edit images. Shoot, download and edit raw video footage.

Working under the direction of the staff photographer/multimedia specialist, research and schedule "out and about" photos and videos in parishes.

Work collaboratively with staff photographer to organize and archive diocesan photos.

Select and reformat audio tracks for the purposes of creating a diocesan music library.

Cognizant of readership demographics and opportunities for growth, contribute fresh ideas toward the advancement of the diocesan newspaper.

Work together with assigned departments within the pastoral center to produce photos for their marketing purposes.

Size and format photos for the printing process while working under deadline.

Other duties as assigned by the photographer/multimedia specialist.


Secondary responsibilities:

Conduct various types of website research under the direction of the newspaper's managing editor.

Assist in the marketing of the diocesan newspaper under the direction of the editor.


Skills required:

Currently enrolled in an undergraduate program from an accredited college or university. The ideal candidate will be working toward a photography and/or multimedia degree and should have at least one full year of studies completed.

Experience covering live events in photojournalistic style.

Demonstrated competence in using a DSLR and video camera.

Proficient in the use of digital editing techniques.

Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Microsoft Office and Windows computing platforms.

Adept at multitasking between projects in various stages of completion.

Basic understanding of the Catholic faith and Mass.


Time Commitment:

The days and hours can be flexible, and the average work week will be 15-20 hours.


Work Environment and Hours:

The photography/multimedia intern will work collaboratively with a seven-person team in the Office for Communications.

Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends. Must have a reliable means of transportation, and assignments include mileage reimbursement.



Staff photographer/multimedia specialist

Send letter of interest with link to materials to Mary Seamans at by May 23.




The Office for Catholic Schools is soliciting applications for the following principal opening for the 2016-17 school year:


Elementary School Principal

St. Sebastian Regional Catholic School, an elementary school in the Diocese of Greensburg, is seeking a principal who will provide leadership and vision while ensuring superior quality in the curricular and co-curricular programs that support the school’s mission. A practicing Catholic in good standing with the Roman Catholic Church, the principal must possess the following: demonstrated communication and leadership skills, a master’s degree in a field related to educational administration, principal certification, or the qualifications to obtain certification, and a letter from his/her pastor. Applicants are requested to submit a letter of interest, clearances, and a current resume by July 22, 2016 to:  Dr. Maureen Marsteller, superintendent for Catholic schools, email:, or contact us by phone at 724-552-2594.

Learn more about How to Apply for this position.


Director, Office of Spiritual Ministry for Persons with Disabilities and Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Catholic Charities Diocese of Erie

The Director for the Office of Spiritual Ministry for Persons with Disabilities and Deaf/Hard of Hearing is a part-time, 20-hour per week position which addresses a variety of special needs through consultation, advocacy, education, spiritual enrichment and community building. A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required, with 3-5 years’ experience in working with persons with disabilities preferred. Other required qualifications include:

  • Valid PA driver’s license with ability to travel independently;
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills, with special sensitivity towards persons with disabilities and the deaf or hard of hearing;
  • Ability to relate to and work with persons of various intellectual and social skills;
  • Willingness to work some non-traditional hours including evenings or weekends;
  • A commitment to the Mission of the Catholic Church and Catholic Charities.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To access the full position profile and an application form, visit:

Applicants please submit a cover letter with signed application, resume and references to:
Disabilities Director Position
Catholic Charities Diocese of Erie
429 East Grandview Blvd.
Erie, PA  16504

Or by email to:




​​Executive Secretary

​The Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg is seeking an Executive Secretary to the Diocesan Bishop. This position performs full secretarial and administrative support functions for the Bishop of Greensburg.

Job duties include but are not limited to: Coordinating the daily operation of the Office of the Diocesan Bishop, maintaining scheduling for the Diocesan Bishop and assisting in organizing his daily activities. Also coordinates projects with other departments, parishes, schools and outside organizations. Aids in the operational planning for special events, meetings, and other functions and assists the Diocesan Bishop with special events preparations.

Creates and maintains databases for the Bishop's use, including special events guests lists. Arranges for requirements associated with various meetings, conferences, and other events. Also codes financial transactions relating to the Bishop's office for accounting purposes.

The successful candidate will have business school training and experience of at least five years of executive support experience along with a basic knowledge of the practices and teachings of the Catholic Church. Excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as research and organizational skills required.

Send resume, current PA background clearances, and salary requirements to: Director of Human Resources, Diocese of Greensburg, 723 E. Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg, PA 15601 or email

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H


PCC Director of Outreach

The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) is seeking a seasoned communications professional to work in conjunction with the Communications Director with planning and carrying out a program of information and education to advance PCC’s mission to foster a public understanding of the Catholic perspective on public affairs at the state Capitol in Harrisburg and beyond. He/she will have a specific focus on planning and carrying out a program of grassroots advocacy, social media, and public outreach to advance PCC’s legislative agenda.

A successful candidate should have bachelor’s degree or equivalent in communications, journalism, public relations, or liberal arts and several years of professional experience in public relations, journalism, social media, or as a director of communications of an association, corporation, college or diocese.

He/she must be a practicing Catholic in good standing who is intelligent, zealous, dedicated and committed to the interests of the Church, knowledgeable about and interested in Church affairs, and a creative and productive writer.

He/she must have the ability and social skills to work with both individuals and groups, both inside and outside the Church and convey the Church’s teachings, especially as they apply to public affairs, to the media, the public, and the legislature.

This full-time Director of Outreach position is office-based at PCC’s location in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Send cover letter and resume by March 3, 2017, to: PA Catholic Conference, PO Box 2835, Harrisburg, PA 17105 or send electronically to

View full description on the PCC website.