St. Timothy’s
Maple Lake, Minnesota
Part Time

Job Description

Essential job functions include the following:

-Perform general cleaning functions such as vacuum, scrub and sweep floors which may include mixing various cleaning and maintenance chemicals.

-Performs minor maintenance to keep school and classrooms operational such as repair, plumbing or lighting.

-Performs minor repairs to chairs, desks, and other school equipment, furniture, etc.

-Conducts minor ground maintenance including landscaping, snow removal, painting, raking or similar tasks.

-Position is approximately 25 hours per week.

Job Qualifications

Duties and Responsibilities:  The custodian will be responsible for cleaning classrooms, common areas, hallways, gymnasium, and bathrooms. This includes, but is not limited to, vacuuming, removing garbage, shampooing carpets, scrubbing floors. The custodian will also be responsible to perform minor maintenance in classrooms, common areas, hallways and bathrooms. Qualification:  Able to lift up to 10 pounds continuously, 25 pounds frequently and 50 pounds occasionally. Able to walk continuously and stand frequently. Ability to perform minor repair jobs as directed. Ability to prioritize work assignments.

To Apply: Please contact Principal Julie Shelby if interested at 

Child/Adolescent Psychotherapist
Redeeming Grace Counseling
Fargo, North Dakota
Full Time

Redeeming Grace Counseling, located in Fargo, ND, is now accepting applications for a full-time Child/Adolescent Psychotherapist. The purpose of this position is to provide Catholic, faith-based, child/adolescent therapy to clients of Redeeming Grace Counseling. To reduce symptoms, provide insight, and improve a child or adolescent’s functioning and quality of life. The candidate must hold a master’s degree or PhD in the field of Psychology or Social Work, hold an LCSW or LPCC license in North Dakota, have a minimum 2 years’ experience, have experience working with children and adolescents, be a faithful and practicing Catholic, have understanding for correct doctrine and integrity of life, Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church and must be loyal to the Church and her teachings.

To Apply: For more information, or to submit a resume and cover letter, please email

Director of Music
Guardian Angels Catholic Community
Oakdale, Minnesota
Full Time

Reports to: Pastor
FSLA: (Exempt) Learned Professional
# of Direct Reports: 1 organist
Full Time with parish offered benefits.
Date: 8/16/2021


Under the supervision of the pastor, the director of music is responsible for guiding and directing the liturgical music program of the parish.


  • Provide musical leadership for parish liturgies.
  • Employment in and by the Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner which is consistent and supportive if the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the Archdiocese, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal. This position does not require that the employee be a Catholic. It is expected however that all employees will respect Catholic doctrine and religious practices. Reasonable accommodations for the religious practices of employees not of the Roman Catholic faith will similarly be provided.


  • Coordinate and conduct choirs, cantors and instrumentalists.
  • Plan music for liturgies.
  • Enrich the musical life of the community.


1. Plan music for weekend liturgies, holy days and sacramental celebrations.

2. Conduct, accompany and sing as needed.

3. Supervise the organist.

4. Supervise the Audio & Visual Equipment Technician (with the liturgy coordinator and pastor)

5. Recruit and train musical ensembles.

6. Communicate regularly and promptly with volunteers.

7. Assist in planning weddings and funerals.

8. Compose and arrange music for parish liturgies.

9. Coordinate maintenance of parish’s musical instruments.

10. Prepare projection files for liturgies.

11. Maintain copyright permissions, projection files and music library.

12. Assist in coordinating maintenance of A/V equipment (with liturgy coordinator and administrator).

13. Foster the parish’s understanding of liturgical music.

14. Enrich the musical life of the community with concerts and musical prayer services.

15. Schedule parish facilities in accordance with established procedures.

16. Function as a member of the Liturgy team.

17. Give reports and occasionally meet with the Liturgy Commission as requested.

18. Attend and participate in all staff gatherings. Offer assistance to other staff members as time allows.

19. Other duties as assigned by Pastor


Candidate will have significant musical training, including qualification in choral conducting, vocal performance, and keyboard (piano and/or organ) performance. Also needed are organizational, leadership and communication skills. Job requires a flexible schedule with a significant amount of work on evenings and Sundays.


Candidate must be self-motivated, organized, and flexible, must be able to handle many tasks at one time, prioritize work load and adjust to parishioner needs. Must be able to work patiently with volunteer musicians.


Position involves computer work (about 75%), standing, walking, carry 25 lbs, moving tables and chairs.

To Apply: please send cover letter and resume and application  to:

Ms. Sharon Schwarz
Guardian Angels Catholic Community
8260 4th Street North
Oakdale, MN 55128

APPLICATIONS DUE: Tuesday, August 31, 2021           

ANTICIPATED START DATE:   As soon as possible.

Director of Development
St. Pascal Regional Catholic School
St. Paul, Minnesota
Full Time

Reporting to the Principal, the Director of Development is a senior staff member and works closely with the School Board.  The Director of Development is responsible for the oversight and implementation of all development efforts for the school’s development programs, communications, and constituent/public relations programs for the school.  The Director collaborates with the senior staff on the public presence of the school and manages the development and alumni pages on the school website.

This is a full-time, exempt position but the school will consider more flexible hours  based on the candidate’s experience.


St. Pascal Regional Catholic School serves the eastside community of the City of St. Paul. St. Pascal transitioned from a Parish school to an independent Regional Catholic School in July of 2019.  We believe in educating students in a Catholic, faith-centered environment focused on academic excellence, innovation, service to our community and the cultivation of each student’s potential. We are a mission-based school that is 68% diverse and ~65% of our students are recipients of financial assistance. Our financial needs are great, but our transformational results in the life of our students are greater.


1.     Responsible for all development initiatives (revenue-based) and friend raising (relationship-based) initiatives, i.e. alumni engagement.
2.     Plans, manages, and implements annual giving, major gifts, and events. This includes but is not limited to prospect identification and research, cultivation, solicitation, gift processing, acknowledgments, and stewardship.
3.     Maintain a donor portfolio, securing face-to-face visits and event creation and management of prospects and donors.
4.     Attend School Board meetings and present Development Report.
5.     Educates and engages key volunteers (i.e. Development Committee) in implementing and achieving mission-based development initiatives.
6.     Works to create and support a culture of philanthropy within the school.
7.     Creates and/or oversees database and data management for reports and analysis as they relate to development. Updates and maintains the alumni and past parent databases.
8.     Work collaboratively with the Principal and Board of Directors to ensure that all restricted donor gifts and grants are stewarded and tracked per the donor’s intent.
9.     Seek and apply for grants that support the school.

Job Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS • BA/BS degree with 2-4 years of experience in Development is required. Volunteer management and board experience a plus. • Ability to understand, appreciate, and communicate a passion for Mission based Catholic elementary education. • Demonstrated leadership and effectiveness in developing and accomplishing organizational goals. • Ability to work and collaborate with a team. • Self-starter able to navigate human challenges with confidence, clarity and conviction. • Be capable of working with limited supervision. • Superior communication skills, ability to conceptualize and execute strategic plans, the ability to interact confidently and effectively with school staff, students, donors, trustees (board members), school administration, the media and alumni. • Possess ability to communicate effectively with potential donors, benefactors, parents, staff, and administration. • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), and social media is required. Knowledge of Constituent Management Software (Salesforce) is a plus. • Experience in a not-for-profit environment, parochial, or independent school is preferred. • Treat all financial and other school information confidentially; respect the privacy of school families and employees relative to sensitive situations which may occur as part of school activities or communications. • Pass a background check and complete “Essential 3” training. 

Employment in and by the Catholic Church is substantially different from secular employment. Catholic Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Catholic Church. Personal behavior must not violate the faith, morals, or laws of the Catholic Church, such that it can embarrass the Catholic Church or give rise to scandal. It is expected that all employees will respect Catholic doctrine and religious practice. Saint Pascal Regional Catholic School embraces the essence of professionalism and a commitment to serving as an exemplary role model for colleagues and students alike.

Salary is commensurate with experience. The position is open until filled. 

Candidates will send a letter of introduction and resume to

Inna Collier Paske, Principal
St. Pascal Regional Catholic School
1757 Conway Street
St. Paul, Minnesota 55106

Director of Faith Formation
St Peter and St Richard
Richfield, Minnesota

We have an exciting opportunity for an innovative and spirit filled Director of Faith Formation to join our staff of the parishes of Church of the Assumption, St Peter and St Richard in Richfield, MN.

This position will be responsible for our vibrant faith formation opportunities, service projects, and sacramental preparation for children, youth and adults offered in English. Our ideal candidate will be skilled in selecting, developing, and overseeing the implementation of curriculum for children, youth and their parents. To excel at this position, you will embrace a spirit of collaboration and be inter-culturally competent.

The Church of the Assumption, St Peter and St. Richard in Richfield, MN are multi-generational, multi-cultural, Roman Catholic Communities with long-standing traditions of a warm and kind hospitality to all. We strive to be people filled with the Holy Spirit and encourage the full participation of our multicultural community in worship, ministry, and faith formation. Building on our strong and faithful pasts, the three parishes of Richfield have begun a bold Spirit-led collaboration process to build synergies between the ministries and cultures of our parishes and our school.

Candidates may refer to, and for a detailed position description and more information about our parishes.

Qualified candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to Beth Schorle, Parish Administrator

These positions are with parishes and organizations outside of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Please follow the application instructions with each specific job listed.

For Employers:
To post a position, please send a brief position description and application instructions to the Director of Human Resources. Please contact us to remove the position once you have filled it. Positions will be automatically removed after 60 days unless you request an extension.