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Centre Manager
St. Andrew's Centre, Edmonton

Reporting to the Board of Directors of St. Andrew’s Centre, the Centre Manager position is an excellent opportunity for leadership, direction and general management of all services provided in accordance with the mission, values and objectives of the organization.

Responsible for managing the operations and providing compassionate service to the residents at St. Andrew’s Centre, the successful candidate will have overall responsibility for all financial, human resources, food service, environmental services and administration of the facility, and compliance with various government regulatory bodies.

Demonstrated skills in leadership, planning and problem-solving as well as excellent written and verbal communication are essential.  A Degree in Business Administration or a related field, and at least 5 years' management experience in a seniors' care facility will contribute to your success in this challenging and rewarding role.

Recent Police Information Check including a Vulnerable Sector Search is a condition of employment and the financial responsibility of the candidate.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume with references  by October 21, 2016, to:

Human Resources Office
The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton
8421 – 101 Avenue
Edmonton AB T6A 0L1

OR or send by fax to 780-465-3003 or by email to

We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Youth Ministry Coordinator
St. Albert Parish

St. Albert Parish is seeking a full time Coordinator of Youth Ministry. The Youth Ministry Coordinator is responsible for development, coordination, and implementation of youth ministry programs for school aged children and youth in the parish. The programs consist of a wide variety of components: evangelization, catechesis, liturgy, community building, social action, spirituality, advocacy, leadership development and pastoral care. The Youth Ministry Coordinator reports to the pastor and collaborates with other members of the parish team and staff at associated Catholic schools to bring about the goals of youth ministry: personal and spiritual formation of youth for active discipleship. The Youth Ministry Coordinator is responsible for recruiting and preparing volunteers to serve in this ministry.

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Pastoral Assistant 
St. Charles Parish, Edmonton 

St. Charles Parish, Edmonton has a full-time employment opportunity for a Pastoral Assistant. The emphasis of this position is working with families and individuals on preparation for the sacraments, including Baptism, Confirmation and Marriage; participating as a member of the RCIA for adults and RCIA adapted for children teams; and being present at weekend liturgies. 

Qualifications: Certificate in Catholic Studies or equivalent and experience gained through employment or volunteering in spiritual care ministry, sacramental preparation and faith formation.  Combination of directly related experience and education considered. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and other computer applications required.  Must be able to work well within a team, be pastoral, mature, and creative. 

This position will remain available until a suitable candidate is selected. 
If you are interested, please reply, in confidence, with your resume to:

St. Charles Parish
17511 - 112 Street
Edmonton, AB  T5X 5Z2

Fax 780-457-7233

Children’s Ministry Leader (Part-time)
St. Mary’s Parish, Red Deer

St. Mary’s Parish is looking for someone who is passionate about God’s Word to lead our children. Under the direction of the Pastor, you will be responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating a sustainable and effective Children’s Ministry program within the parish for youth in Grades 1-5.  

As the Children’s Ministry Leader, you will apply your knowledge of the Catholic faith to coordinate a program for Grades 1-5 with regular children’s events, participation in parish service projects and other initiatives that offer prayer support for children.  To be successful in this position you will be a highly effective communicator who is adept at developing interpersonal relationships with children, youth, families, and other parish ministries. As the ideal Children’s Ministry Leader you would be able to work well within a team environment, collaborating with parish pastoral staff, school leaders and other youth ministry leaders in the Archdiocese.


  • Must be a fully initiated member of the Catholic Church in good standing.
  • Must be fully in agreement with the teachings of the Catholic Church and be able to put that knowledge into action.
  • Must have a solid theological background in Catholic teachings.  A post-secondary degree in theology or equivalent experience is preferred.
  • A Canadian Certificate in Youth Ministry studies or an equivalent youth ministry certificate would be an asset.  Willing to consider a combination of education and related experience 
  • Must have experience with Youth/Ministry and working with volunteers within a parish/diocese setting.
  • Must be proficient with Windows and Microsoft Office Suite and have an understanding of social media.

Salary and benefits are commensurate with education and professional experience. 

This is a part-time position that requires 15 hours per week. These hours will include children’s activities that may occur during evenings and weekends as well as some daytime school visits. The Archdiocese of Edmonton requires all employees to undergo a Police Records Check including the Vulnerable Sector Information Check and an Intervention Records Check from Child and Family Services.

How to Apply
Please send your application via email to by September 15, 2016, being sure to include:  

  • a cover letter describing your suitability for the position, related training and experience
  • a current resume with contact information for a minimum of 3 references 

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.  This opportunity will remain available until a suitable candidate has been selected.

Coordinator, Catholic-Aboriginal Relations
Pastoral & Administration Offices

We have a rewarding opportunity for a dedicated and committed individual to lead in the development of an Aboriginal Relations program for the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton.

With the guidance of an advisory council, the Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating the Archbishop's ministry with Aboriginal communities by developing a strategic plan that guides effective consultations, communications and responsive initiatives to foster a Catholic presence.

Specific responsibilities will include serving as an intermediary bringing issues to the attention of the Archdiocese, provide for enculturation of pastors, archdiocesan and parish staff on aboriginal culture and undertake consultation with communities.

The Coordinator will have formal training in Theology or Catholic Studies or related education, possess personal experience with Aboriginal culture and spirituality and extensive consultation and management experience. Equivalencies will be considered. The Coordinator must have strong leadership and communications skills, be a sound strategic thinker and have an active Catholic faith life.

Note: Initially, this is an on-going part-time (three days per week) employment opportunity with the potential to be full-time.

If you are interested in this new opportunity, please provide us a detailed resume with references to

This position will remain available until a suitable candidate has been selected.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.