Jobs at Holy Trinity
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
The Coordinator of Youth Ministry is a highly self-motivated, organized and energetic individual who coordinates and maintains parish outreach to our youth. The Coordinator will focus on ministry to teens in grades 9-12 involving elements of religious catechesis, community service, prayer and spirituality and leadership development as well as lead the Confirmation program for grades 7 - 8.
Work directly with other pastoral associates
- Program Development
Creates and develops a core group of youth 7th – 12th and provides for its enrichment. Plans, coordinates and implements prayers and reflection in collaboration with Ignatian Spirituality through weekend retreats and other programming. Coordinates the Youth Confirmation program
- Recruitment and Training of Leaders
Recruits, trains, assigns, and evaluates youth leaders. Coordinates participation in Archdiocesan-sponsored training programs. Monitors the efforts of volunteer leaders and evaluates progress. Defines the responsibilities of each adult leader/adviser. Sets appropriate and healthy boundaries with teenagers and mentors others in doing the same. Ensures that all volunteers with the youth ministry are VIRTUS trained and adheres to Archdiocesan policies for the protection of minors
Submits annual financial report and budget; administers budget throughout the year. Maintains necessary office and program records, including a log of activities and times. Adheres to Archdiocesan policies for the protection of minors. Supervises and coordinates scheduling of youth events and activities in coordination and/or collaboration with Holy Trinity Young Adult Community, Ignatian Spirituality and Social Justice
Keeps the parish faith community informed of youth ministry activities and goals. Advises, communicates and cooperates with other parish staff and Archdiocesan organizations. Keeps informed through attendance at Archdiocesan, regional, and national conferences, regular reading, and membership in professional organizations. Creates e-letter to send weekly to keep the youth informed of activities, goals and opportunities in the parish
Active member of a Roman Catholic parish faith community. Bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field. Youth ministry experience working with teenagers. Must be able to use various social media platforms to communicate with the core group of youth. Familiar with Ignatian Spirituality and/or willing to participate in Principium
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Pastoral Associate for Social Justice
Manage and lead Social Justice program, joining with program directors in Music, Liturgy, Faith Formation and Ignatian Spirituality in leading a comprehensive and integrated program to meet the worship, formation, and justice requirements of the parish.
Work directly with other pastoral associates as well as the Social Justice Committee to plan and execute an annual work plan.
The Pastoral Associate for Social Justice provides guidance and support to the church’s social justice programs utilizing parishioner-volunteers. Specifically, the pastoral associate works with the social justice committee to plan, oversee and effectively implement social justice programs, including direct service, advocacy and educational opportunities. The pastoral associate organizes and builds the ministry, including recruiting, training and managing volunteers. The pastoral associate identifies service and justice opportunities for parishioners, networks with faith-based and community groups to build effective partnerships, and communicates themes, programs and activities to the parish at large. The Pastoral Associate also works in collaboration with the other pastoral associates (Liturgy, Faith Formation, Ignatian Spirituality), Jesuits, Holy Trinity School faculty, and other parish staff.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
Serve as day-to-day, onsite coordinator of all parish Social Justice Ministry activities, including drives and donations, volunteer opportunities, and advocacy campaigns. Prepare and administer the budget for the Social Justice Ministry in conjunction with the pastor. Oversee distribution of the annual tithe in collaboration with the tithe subcommittee of the social justice committee. Network with Interfaith and community groups as well as Jesuit institutions in DC and nationally to build effective partnerships that further social justice in the community.
Bachelor’s degree in social work, pastoral ministry or a related field. Familiarity with, and commitment to, Jesuit values and Catholic social teachings. Experience in volunteer organizations and/or community organizing. Self-motivated and ability to organize work in a multi-task environment. Excellent writing and communication skills. Basic understanding of budgets and fundraising. Microsoft Office.
Working Conditions: Weekdays, some evenings and weekends as required.
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This position provides for the maintenance of the parish buildings and grounds. Parish buildings consist of Church, Chapel, Parish Offices, Rectory, Upper School and Lower School. The employee will perform related custodial and maintenance duties to ensure parishioners, staff, and students have a sanitary, safe, and functional working environment. This work includes, but is not limited to, preventative maintenance, repairs and renovations, locking and unlocking of buildings, set-ups and take-downs for all community events, cleaning duties in and around campus facilities, and responding to emergency calls for service. Working closely with employees and the public to meet the standards of excellence at Holy Trinity is necessary.
Supervisor: Facilities Director
Schedule, coordinate, direct and perform routine and comprehensive preventative/reactionary maintenance of assigned facilities. Heavy duty cleaning, pressure washing, clean ups after pipe bursts, pick up litter around exterior. Remove trash in accordance with established procedures. Keep a running count of maintenance supplies and let Facilities Director know when more supplies need to be procured. Report and respond to emergency calls for maintenance assistance, to service requests, coordinate resources and implement the set-up and take-down of furniture and equipment for a wide variety of campus and community events. Perform various maintenance and custodial duties such as installation and repair to fixtures in restrooms, labs and classrooms. Troubleshoot and repair plumbing, mechanical, and electrical problems; replaces a variety of light bulbs, lighting accessories, plumbing fixtures, etc. Identify stains and use proper chemicals for removal. Perform minor grounds keeping duties. Maintain tests and evaluate supplies and equipment. Operate power equipment such as scissor lift, carpet extractors, pressure washer, hand and power tools and campus vehicles. Participate in all snow removal and emergency personnel activities. Willingness to perform other duties as needed.
A basic working knowledge of carpentry (Small framing jobs, finish carpentry, door and window repair, caulking, etc.), of plumbing (Replacing parts on toilets, urinals and sinks, unclogging/snaking drains, etc.), of electrical (Replacing lights, ballasts and circuit breakers, the ability to diagnose small electrical issues) and an advanced knowledge of mechanical (Servicing fan coil units, chillers, RTU, boilers, changing filters, monitoring temperatures in all buildings to ensure system is functioning correctly, the ability to diagnose small mechanical issues). Must have a DC Steam Engineer, Class 3 License
This is a full-time hourly position with full benefits. Hours of work and days are Monday - Friday; 6:30am to 3:00pm. The candidate should be able to work overtime as necessary (Christmas and Easter Season, emergencies, etc.)
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Holy Trinity School is looking for energetic and motivated substitute teachers to work with students at all levels, from pre-kindergarten to eighth grade. The best candidates for substitute teacher jobs have a bachelor’s degree and enjoy working with children. They are flexible and have some sort of education experience. Official experience and/or teaching certification are good, but we welcome those with informal experience too. For example, if you have worked as a tutor, child care provider or babysitter, you could be a great asset to our school.
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