Vice President of Finance and Administration – The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology

The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology (MTSM) is seeking a proven professional and organizational leader with strong communication skills to fill the key role of Vice President of Finance and Administration. This is a full-time, salaried position with excellent benefits, reporting directly to the President/Rector.

Located on a beautiful 75-acre campus in Cincinnati, Ohio, MTSM is a graduate school that forms priests, permanent deacons, and laity to faithfully follow Christ and serve His mission by fulfilling their vocations in the Church.


The Vice President of Finance and Administration reports directly to the President/Rector and is responsible for the oversight and management of administrative operations and facilities of MTSM. Specific responsibilities include all activities related to human resources, finance and accounting, and managing the administrative, maintenance, and dietary staffs of the institution. Candidate must be able to lead in a way so as to build a collaborative team for the administrative operations of MTSM. This position is also responsible for the management of construction and remodeling projects on the campus.


  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required. Primary focus in finance, accounting, or business administration preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in the areas of finance, personnel management, and leading a department or organization.
  • Experience in human resources, facilities management, and capital project execution preferred.
  • Must be able to support the mission of MTSM and the Catholic Church.


  • Competitive salary and benefits package within the non-profit, educational sector.

Interested Candidates   Applications will be accepted until October 1, 2023.

Please send resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and three professional references to:

Athenaeum of Ohio

Attn: Ms. Melanie Suer

6616 Beechmont Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45230

Electronic submissions to: [email protected]

Coordinator of Youth Ministry – St. Gertrude Church

The full-time Coordinator of Youth Ministry will be responsible for recruiting and forming adult

and high school volunteers as teams of missionary disciples who will carry out the

formation initiatives of junior high and high school teens. Secondarily, the coordinator

will develop and execute content, curriculum, and programs for teens, with a primary

focus on grades 9-12 and a secondary focus on grades 7-8.



  1. Recruit and form adult volunteers, mentors, and other leaders as teams of

missionary disciples capable and competent in carrying out faith formation

initiatives, focusing primarily on high school youth ministry (grades 9-12) and

secondarily on junior high youth ministry (grades 7-8).

  1. Recruit and form high school leaders as a team of missionary disciples

capable and competent in assisting with ministry initiatives.

  1. In close collaboration with the Office of Evangelization and Faith Formation

and volunteer leadership teams, develop and execute content, curriculum,

and program plans for periodic junior high youth ministry (grades 7-8) and

weekly high school (grades 9-12) youth ministry.

  1. Collaborate with the director of communications and other members of the

parish and school staff to conduct all necessary communications.

  1. Manage the high school youth ministry social media accounts.
  2. Participate in Office of Evangelization and Faith Formation meetings, events,

and formation and contribute to the good of the Evangelization Team.

Participate in all required parish staff meetings and events.

  1. Participate in relevant archdiocesan training and meetings.
  2. Other responsibilities as designated by the director of evangelization and faith

formation or pastor.

Requirements include:

  • Pastoral leadership and team building
  • Content and curriculum development
  • Highly organized and capable of simultaneously managing multiple projects
  • Proficiency in writing/communications
  • Experience with managing social media
  • Public speaking
  • Bachelor’s degree in theology, catechetics, or a related field
  • 2 years of experience in youth ministry or related field


Compensation will be based upon qualifications and experience. A full archdiocesan

benefits package is part of the compensation.


Employees of St. Gertrude Catholic Church will have knowledge of the Catholic faith, a

willingness to work for a Catholic, faith-based agency and adhere to the policies of St.

Gertrude Catholic Church. Employees will not publicly oppose the teachings of the

Catholic faith nor publicly advocate for any position in conflict with Catholic teaching, or

the specific positions of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati or the United States Conference

of Catholic Bishops. This requirement includes any public speech, demonstration or

writing including the use of social media or other digital technologies.


Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Walter Plummer, director of evangelization, at [email protected].


Director of Music Ministry – St. John the Baptist Church, Harrison, OH

St. John the Baptist is seeking a full time DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY. The primary function of this position is as follows:

The Director of Music Ministry serves the parish as principal musician, organist, and choir director according to the highest professional standards established by this profession.

Major Responsibilities

  • Provides service by playing for the regular parish liturgical celebrations including weddings and funerals
  • Provides for liturgical music-related updating and education of the parish
  • Maintains and develops professional and personal skills
  • Develops and performs to budget for liturgical music
  • Cooperates with the liturgical music projects of the Deanery and or Archdiocese when feasible
  • Involved in the parish school liturgical music program

Key Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities

  • High degree of proficiency in the use of the organ as attested to by formal credentials and a personal performance audition
  • Working knowledge of other instruments which might be used in liturgical music
  • Effective choral conductor as demonstrated by formal credentials and/or a choral audition
  • Knowledge and appreciation of the Church’s liturgical tradition as well as current liturgical practice
  • Ability and desire to lead and sustain a program of quality congregational singing
  • Good knowledge of quality repertoire available for liturgical music programs for adult and children’s choirs, organ, and congregation
  • Minimum of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Music degree in music performance or music education OR a depth of musical experience
  • Active member, in good standing, of the Roman Catholic church

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Full-time benefits will be provided.

To apply for this job, email a cover letter and resume to Fr. Paul Ruwe at [email protected]


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