The Archdiocese of Washington is seeking a bilingual Coordinator of Resource Development to assist with developing materials including brochures and toolkits in support of the New Evangelization in both Spanish and English. Develop materials for various archdiocesan initiatives including Find the Perfect Gift, The Light Is On For You, and Faith Quest. Using a pastoral voice, create various social media postings. Assist in research, writing and design of all ordinary educational and pastoral materials in both Spanish and English. Collaborate to create training resources for parish pastoral planning, pastoral leadership, and adult faith information.
Candidate must be a Catholic in good standing with a love for the faith and an understanding and appreciation for the mission of the Catholic Church. Bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field required. Must have exceptional oral and written communication skills in both Spanish and English. Should be familiar with pastoral work in parish settings. Demonstrated ability to work in a highly collaborative team environment with minimal guidance and to manage multiple priorities at once is necessary. Strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines while maintaining a creative focus required. Knowledge of social media platforms desired.
The Archdiocese of Washington is home to over 620,000 Catholics. The 95 Catholic schools educate over 27,000 children while service agencies, including Catholic Charities and Victory Housing, have made the Archdiocese one of the largest private social service providers in the region. Every year, thousands of people receive counseling, shelter, adoption and foster care assistance, health care, immigration and legal aid, affordable housing and more through the care of archdiocesan staff and volunteers. New immigrants find assistance at the many archdiocesan ministries serving our diverse community, including the Spanish Catholic Center.
Increasingly, adult Catholics are finding new educational and spiritual resources. Parish-based programs and classes, increased opportunities for adoration of the Eucharist, evangelization outreach and small faith communities are filling their hunger to know Christ and their faith more deeply than ever. Although diverse in nationality, Catholics of the Archdiocese of Washington share a common faith and a commitment to reflect Christ in the world through prayer, education and service.
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