The Poverty Education and Outreach Coordinator has the lead role in building CCHD diocesan director capacity and contributes to the department’s general efforts to share Catholic Social Teaching and build the capacity of the Church to act on it. This includes contributions to the office’s communications and outreach under the guidance of the Communications Manager for Social Mission. It also includes relationship building, formation, and outreach to growing populations within the Church such as Hispanic Catholics, under the direction of the CST Education Manager. Contributes to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference. Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

Professional Experience:

Excellent time management and organizational skills with strong diligence project management. trainings and/or leadership development collaborating with peers, colleagues, and others to achieve mission goals and objectives. work with Hispanic Catholic community in the United States. Experience with national, diocesan or parish social ministry. Experience with empowerment of low-income people and communities through community organizing Training experience Strong speaking and writing skills in English (and preferably also in Spanish).

 

Requires knowledge of and commitment to the Catholic Church and its social teachings. Excellent written and oral bilingual (English and Spanish) communication skills and relational abilities required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Canva, social media, e-mail, and other communication tools. Strong project management, planning and organizational skills Spanish preferred five years of experience in national, diocesan or parish social ministry, or a combination of ministry and experience in community organizing, social work, or related field.

Positive working environment with good benefits (education assistance, 2 days telework, 403(b) w/matching, free parking, etc.). Two days remote work/three days in-office in Northeast Washington, DC, location.

 

 

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