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Human Resources Manager
The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton

A challenging and rewarding opportunity is available for a skilled and experienced Human Resources professional to provide leadership in developing, facilitating and implementing sound human resources policies and practices throughout The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton. This position offers a wide range of responsibilities, a meaningful work and life balance, and the opportunity to become more involved in one’s faith life.

Responsibilities include providing strategic and valued advice to senior staff and initiating performance development and training programs. You will also facilitate and participate in staffing, performance assessment and health & wellness processes as well as working closely with parish staff and program supervisors in the application and interpretation of human resources policies and procedures.

Qualifications: Post-secondary education with a focus on human resources management and several years of progressive and innovative human resource management experience at a senior level. Eligibility for possession of a current CPHR designation is desirable. Proven leadership capabilities with exceptional communications, consultation, and management skills are required. An active Catholic faith life and knowledge of the Catholic Church and organization of the Archdiocese are required

If this full-time opportunity is of interest to you, please provide a resume with references to

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.

Maintenance Person
Pastoral & Administration Offices

We have a full-time (35 hours/week) employment opportunity for an experienced individual to work as a team member in providing a wide range of maintenance and some repair services of buildings and grounds referred to as the Catholic Campus located at 84 Street and 101 Avenue, Edmonton.

The duties entail seasonal work such as cutting grass, trimming and pruning trees and hedges, snow clearing of parking lots and sidewalks and cleaning of storage areas. Other duties include inspecting all buildings on a regular basis, cleaning or changing filters on furnaces and roof top air conditioning/ exchanger units, moving furniture and office equipment, performing minor plumbing, electrical, carpentry and painting assignments. Keeps equipment and machinery clean and in good working order and observes security, fire and safety prevention procedures and measures.

Qualifications: Several years’ experience in general maintenance of buildings, facilities and grounds is preferred. Experience in safe operation of machinery such as lawnmowers, tractors, snowblowers as well as power and hand tools. First Aid and WHMIS training an asset. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Valid Alberta Class 5 drivers’ license is required and knowledgeable of operating a vehicle equipped with standard transmission. Must be able to work well as part of a team, be dependable and adaptable and have a service orientation. This is a salaried position with employment benefits.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please provide a resume including references by e-mail to by September 25, 2018.

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.

Communications Coordinator
Archdiocese of Saint Boniface

The Archdiocese of Saint Boniface is recruiting for the full time position of Communications Coordinator. 

The Communications Office is a ministry which serves the Archbishop, priests, parishes, offices and agencies within the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface. Through various media, this office focuses on effectively communicating the work of the Archdiocese to the parishes, the faithful and the general public. It also works to help meet the approved communications needs of the parishes.

The Communications Coordinator’s main purpose is to oversee all aspects of this function. To view the full job description, learn how to apply or for more information, please visit our website at or contact Closing deadline for submissions is October 3, 2018


Director of Liturgy
Diocese of Hamilton

The Diocese of Hamilton is looking for a full-time Director of Liturgy. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton, established in 1856, is the second largest diocese in English speaking Canada and serves the needs of more than 626,000 Roman Catholics throughout Southwestern Ontario. Reporting to Chancellor, this position is responsible for providing good liturgical practices throughout the Diocese of Hamilton. Although the position will be based in Hamilton, travel throughout the Diocese will be required. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Provides Liturgical Ministry Formation opportunities through workshops and retreats for Ministers of the Word, Communion and Music as well as Children’s Liturgy Leaders.
  • Implements the introduction of updated liturgical requirements through the coordination of workshops for the clergy and lay liturgical ministers throughout the Diocese.
  • Coordinates the mandates for lectors and Ministers of Communion.
  • Prepares and coordinates Diocesan Liturgical Celebrations.
  • Advises the Bishop on liturgical issues, develops guidelines for liturgical practices in the Diocese and provides expertise to the clergy and other Ministers throughout the Diocese.
  • As needed, makes available new books and resources relating to liturgical issues.

Required Qualifications and Experience

  • Graduate or Post Graduate Degree or approved Certification in Roman Catholic Liturgical studies.
  • At least 5-year experience in liturgical Ministry.
  • A strong background in sacred music would be highly beneficial.
  • Full communion with the Roman Catholic Church, as determined at the sole discretion of the Bishop of the Diocese.

If this sounds like you, please apply by October 29th, 2018. Please forward your resume and CV to Please include “Director of Liturgy” in the subject line.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Youth Ministry Coordinator
St. Anthony Parish, Lloydminster

Do you love working with young people? Do you love your Catholic faith? If so, St Anthony’s Parish in Lloydminster, Alberta, is seeking a fully initiated practicing Catholic, with a strong Catholic faith to lead and coordinate a dynamic, Catholic youth ministry program. The successful applicant should be a highly motivated, self-directed individual that will engage youth in their faith development and promote their participation in our Catholic Parish. This is a part-time permanent, salaried position that will require evening and some weekend time commitment. Training or previous work experience in coordinating Catholic youth ministry is preferred. A detailed job description is available upon request.

Please direct your inquiries or forward resume and supporting references to:

St Anthony’s Parish
2704 - 56 Avenue
Lloydminster, AB T9V 2C1


Financial Administrator
Diocese of Pembroke, ON

Under the direction of the Bishop of Pembroke and in support of his pastoral mission, the Financial Administrator is responsible for the tasks related to Accounting, Finance, and Property. 

Primary Qualifications

  • An appreciation and detailed knowledge of Roman Catholic doctrine, practice, and customs; 
  • A university degree in Business, Finance, or Accounting. Other post-secondary education combined with significant relevant work experience will be considered;
  • Management experience, preferably in a non-profit organization; 
  • Ability to use computer software including accounting and spreadsheet programs;  
  • Good communication skills, written and oral; 
  • Knowledge of French would be an asset.  

Summary of primary duties and responsibilities

Responsible for: 

  • Accurate financial reporting, including preparation of financial statements and administration of the transactions of all funds of the diocese; 
  • The fulfilment of required reporting for government agencies and ministries (Federal, Ontario, Quebec); 
  • Preparation, administration, and monitoring of budgets; -Provision of financial guidance for parishes and pastors; 
  • Administration of insurance programs, pension plans, and banking functions; 
  • \Administration of investment portfolios; 
  • Administration of diocesan properties; 
  • Staff support for various diocesan committees. 

 Applications will be accepted until October 17, 2018 (email preferred).

Mr. Paul Morris, Financial Administrator
Diocese of Pembroke
188 Renfrew St.
P.O. Box 7
Pembroke ON K8A 6X1

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.


Seasonal Positions

There are no open seasonal positions at this time.