Part-time, Non-exempt Hourly
Salary Range: $22.05 - $26.46 per hour
Provides technical, administrative, and collaborative support to the Congregation Justice Coordinator and the Congregation Justice Committee. Collaborates with the Congregation Justice Coordinator and the Communications Department to create and post justice-related materials across various platforms, including website, social media, and print and electronic publications.
- Collaborates with the Congregation Justice Coordinator in assisting the Congregation to live out and respond to issues related to Congregation Corporate Stands and Family of Holy Cross Statements.
- Collaborates with Congregation Justice Coordinator and Communications Department to prepare and coordinate justice-related social media content.
- Researches, recommends, and prepares action alerts using multichannel communications such as email and web-based applications.
- Helps plan and prepare for the Congregation Justice Committee’s (CJC) annual meeting, disperses funds to CJC members for travel expenses and area justice projects, and helps format members’ contributions for the VIVAT International Annual Report.
- Coordinates justice-related events, web conference meetings, and special projects in collaboration with Congregation Justice Coordinator.
- Does research and analysis on justice issues as requested.
- Manages the Justice Resource Library.
- Orders resource materials, as directed.
- Maintains an electronic database of resources.
- Responds to requests for resource materials.
- Assumes responsibility for effective and efficient office operations of the Congregation Justice Office.
- Processes travel expenses and check requests.
- Maintains General Leadership Team Donations account.
- Processes check requests.
- Corresponds with groups that receive funding.
- Maintains files.
- Oversees department files and maintains a “tickler file” of annual and occasional activities and responsibilities of the Congregation Justice Office.
- Orders and maintains inventory of supplies.
- Renews memberships and subscriptions.
- Develops and carries out projects as assigned.
- Maintains confidentiality and privacy in all matters concerning the Justice office.
- Complies with work rules, regulations, and instructions; follows established systems and procedures; completes assignments with minimal supervision.
Associate’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience with competence in social justice issues and Catholic Social Teaching. Bachelor’s degree preferred. A demonstrated ability to research and do social analysis and write in a professional manner articles for publication that conform to a prescribed style and format.
Minimum of two (2) years working with social justice issues and at least one (1) year of administrative experience supporting executive level management is required.
COVID-19 considerations: All applicants are required to wear a mask, receive temperature screenings, and maintain social distance.