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Employment Opportunities

  • Full-time Animator for Development and Peace Caritas (REGINA)

    Development and Peace is seeking a permanent full-time (35 hours/week) Animator at the Public Engagement Department.

    Location:                                 Regina, Saskatchewan

    Salary:                                     Category 5

    Starting date:                          As soon as possible

    For the posting, please consult the following link: https://www.devp.org/fr/jobs/spc-ani-sa-11-18 

    Those interested are requested to send a letter of application and a CV by 4:00PM on December 7, 2018 to rh.hr@devp.org.

     

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    Développement et Paix est à la recherche d’une personne afin de combler un poste permanent à temps plein (35 heures/semaine) d’unanimateur ou animatrice pour le Service de l’engagement du public.

    Lieu de travail :                        Regina, Saskatchewan

    Salaire :                                   Catégorie 5

    Début de l’assignation :                       Dès que possible

    Pour l’affichage, veuillez consulter le lien suivant: https://www.devp.org/en/jobs/spc-ani-sa-11-18

     Les personnes intéressées sont priées de faire parvenir leur demande d’emploi accompagnée d’un curriculum vitae, au plus tard à 16h le 7 décembre 2018, à rh.hr@devp.org.

     

     

     

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  • Manager of Spiritual Care, St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon

    Job Opportunity – St. Paul’s Hospital, an Emmanuel Health facility in Saskatoon, is looking to hire a full-time Manager of Spiritual Care. Desired Start date is Dec. 10. Find the full posting and application online at https://www.healthcareersinsask.ca/work/opportunities/job-posting/?jobid=ce3a689c-07ec-e811-a140-0003ff9ce59f
     
    JOB DESCRIPTION

    The role of the Manager of Spiritual Care is accountable to the Director of Mission at St. Paul's Hospital for ensuring that the Spiritual Care department offers spiritual care as a constituent element of the holistic care provided at St. Paul's Hospital. The context is one of respect for the multicultural and Multifaith dimensions of the community at large. The Manager provides support, supervision and encouragement to the Spiritual Care Practitioners serving at St. Paul's Hospital. The manager is also actively involved in providing for the spiritual needs of clients, families and staff within St. Paul's Hospital. The position is responsible for coordinating the provision of community religious and/or spiritual resources responding to the expressed preferences of clients and their families.

    Required Qualifications

    • Post-graduate training at a University level in theology, pastoral counselling, or related field
    • Completion of a minimum of two units of Clinical Pastoral Education, with CASC (Canadian Association for Spiritual Care) Specialist status preferred.

    Experience
    Several years' experience in chaplaincy and/or management preferred. 


    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Ability to manage within an environment of restricted resources
    • Knowledge and understanding of philosophy and principles of holistic health care
    • Ability to work collaboratively with all levels of personnel, both internal and external to the organization
    • Comfortable working with vulnerable populations
    • Personal commitment to the charism, vision, mission and values of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal (Grey Nuns) and St. Paul’s Hospital
    • Ability to relate to diverse individuals and groups of people and manage issues in a professional, caring manner
    • Knowledge of and commitment to patient and client centered care
    • Demonstrate respect for and appreciation of the collaborative partnership between St. Paul’s Hospital and the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
    Apply or direct inquiries to:

     

     
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  • Administrative Assistant (half time) - St. Francis Xavier Parish, Saskatoon

    St. Francis Xavier Parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon is seeking a half-time (20 hours per week) Administrative Assistant & Bookkeeper to assist the Pastor and Parish Life Director in the carrying out of administrative duties.

    The Administrative Assistant & Bookkeeper, reporting to the Parish Life Director will be responsible to:

    • Provide bookkeeping services

    • Manage parish records

    • Provide administrative support to the Pastor and Parish Life Director

    • Manage the front office reception area

      Qualified applicants will possess:

    • A good working knowledge of the Church

    • A secretarial/business college credential or equivalent

    • Work experience as an Administrative Assistant and/or Bookkeeper

      Compensation includes:

    • Monthly salary in accordance with the Admin 1 & 2 Grids of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

    • Extended and health and dental benefits (after 3 months)

    • Defined contribution pension plan (after 3 months)

      For more information:

    Please contact Patrick Clarke at 306-659-5835 or pclarke@rcdos.ca for a detailed job description. 

    To apply and application deadline: 

    Submit a cover letter and resume to Patrick Clarke (Human Resources Manager) atpclarke@rcdos.ca by midnight, Sunday 2 December 2018

    Position start date: Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019.

  • Human Resources Manager for Archdiocese of Edmonton

    The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton is seeking a Human Resources Manager

    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

     

    APPLYING:

    If this full-time opportunity is of interest to you, please provide a resume with references to hrpastoral@caedm.ca

    This position will remain available until a suitable applicant is selected.

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

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