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The Parish Administrator for St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church is a full-time exempt position. The Parish Administrator maintains a warm, welcoming, orderly atmosphere for parishioners and others who call or visit the church. The parish administrator is the primary person responsible for the supervision and management of all financial activities, administrative functions, human resources, church office personnel, parish facilities, and all related processes and systems for the parish. The role is intended as support to the work of the pastor and the other parish ministries. By insuring that the practical matters are correctly handled, the Administrator will help create the environment for excellent functioning of all dimensions of parish ministry. The parish administrator directs these efforts within a framework of shared ministry and Catholic values consistent with the mission and purpose of St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church and the Diocese of Raleigh.
We are no longer accepting applications for this position.
Director of Music
Large, dynamic, Catholic parish focused on stewardship is seeking a full-time (benefits eligible) Director of Music who is a practicing Roman Catholic. Candidate should have a BA or BM in Music and previous experience in Catholic Parish Music Ministry. Must possess: strong organ and piano skills, advanced choral and handbell conducting skills, accomplished vocal skills with the ability to supervise and train parish cantors, excellent organizational, planning, and collaborative skills. Should be available for five weekend Masses, Holy Days of Obligation, prayers services, weddings, funerals and seasonal liturgical celebrations. Candidate should have the ability to lead and supervise volunteer musicians at all levels. Six choirs including: Adult, Teen, Children. Adult Handbells and two Youth Handbell. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Position available July 1, 2018.
Director of Liturgy, Catechumenate, and Adult Faith Formation
B.A. in theology, Catholic Studies or religious education (although M.A. in theology, Catholic Studies
or religious education is preferred) and 3+ years of experience as a Director of Adult Ministry or
Liturgy. The candidate must have dynamic teaching, communication, leadership, interpersonal,
administrative, and organizational skills. Possess skills and ability to work effectively with adults and
children. The candidate must have the ability to form teams and ministry leaders, must be able to
communicate and connect with a highly educated suburban faith community, be a practicing Catholic of
good moral character and deep faith, and have a passion for sharing the faith through the lens of love