Administrative Assistant for Marketing & Fund Development

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington, is seeking to hire an Administrative Assistant for Marketing and Fund Development. This is a non-exempt, part-time (24 hours per week), hourly position. Under the institutional advancement manager’s general direction, key responsibilities include database management, event implementation, and assisting in producing print and electronic marketing materials.

Educational and experiential criteria include:

  • Practicing Roman Catholic preferred.
  • Related work experience.
  • Undergraduate degree preferred.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite essential, donor software a plus.
  • Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills.
  • Ability to work with diverse staff, volunteers, and the community to further our mission.
  • Desire to work as a team member.
  • Experience working in an office setting.
  • Commitment to advancing the mission and vision of the Diocese of Covington and Catholic Charities.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Core responsibilities include ensuring the accuracy of the donor database by entering and updating information.
  • Provides timely donor gift acknowledgments and pledge reminders.
  • Generate donor reports.
  • Working closely with the finance department with reports, deposits, and fundraising events.
  • Providing administrative assistance to the Institutional Advancement Department
  • Assisting at all special events.
  • Being part of the Institutional Advancement Team.

We offer an excellent benefits package including paid leave (vacation, holidays, sick and personal), partially paid single health insurance plan, defined benefit pension plan and 403b savings plan, life insurance, business travel mileage, family tuition assistance to Catholic Schools in Diocese, and reimbursement for approved expenses. The actual benefits you will receive are determined by your full-time vs. part-time schedule and will be discussed during the interview process. Submit your resume, including at least three references, a cover letter, and salary history by emailing Shannon Braun at [email protected].


Advertising Sales

Due to an upcoming retirement, the Diocese of Covington is seeking a full-time ad salesperson for its official newspaper, the Messenger, beginning in May. The successful candidate will be a practicing, knowledgeable Roman Catholic who will be an excellent representative of the newspaper and of the diocese, and who will be ready to embrace our Mission:

  • To share the Gospel message of salvation as an instrument of evangelization;
  • To present and explain Church teaching in a positive and empathetic way;
  • To promote mutual understanding and unity in the diocese;
  • To foster and support all forms of Christian family life;
  • To share the personal faith experiences of the Catholic community;
  • To report on the development and growth of Catholic faith formation; and
  • To be a source of Catholic information and inspiration.

Desired qualifications include: some previous sales experience; comfort with working in a team environment; attention to detail; and active and energetic service to existing customers, as well as expanding sales to new customers. Interested candidates are asked to e-mail a letter of interest, along with a comprehensive resume including compensation history and references with contact email addresses to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR at [email protected].

Buildings and Property Foreman

St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption Parish and the Diocese of Covington invite qualified individuals to apply for the full-time position of Buildings and Property Foreman. We require a motivated, personable self-starter with the ability to direct others, who possesses practical maintenance and mechanical skills and abilities. Knowledge and/or experience with plumbing, electrical, carpentry, mechanical maintenance, painting, and general safety procedures are essential elements of the job. This position will have the maintenance and upkeep responsibility for the majority of the Cathedral Square properties, including the Cathedral Basilica and its grounds, the Cathedral Rectory, the Cathedral Parish offices, the Diocesan Curia offices, and St. Mary’s Park. The Foreman will lead, direct, and supervise other maintenance and custodial staff in scheduled and unscheduled activities related to the ongoing functioning and usage of the properties. The workweek will ordinarily be Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. However, the nature of the position may require the Foreman to occasionally work outside of that schedule, in order to repair, or to arrange repair for, something that breaks or malfunctions and needs immediate attention. Interested candidates may contact Stephen Koplyay, SPHR by email at [email protected] to apply.