Jobs at Holy Trinity

To apply to any open positions, please submit a resumé and cover letter to jobs@trinity.org. No calls, please.

Administrative Assistant

Holy Trinity Catholic Church is seeking applicants for the position of administrative assistant. (More than one position).  This position performs a wide variety of administrative and support activities for the directors of ministerial programs and assists in the coordination, managing, and completion of special projects and/or events.  Some evening and weekend work required.  This is a full-time position with benefits, $45-$50 per annum.  Preference will be given for parishioners and for individuals familiar with Catholic faith and practice.  Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to jobs@trinity.org

Receptionist

Holy Trinity Catholic Church is seeking applicants for the position of receptionist.  The receptionist is the first point of contact for all parishioners, external visitors and callers. The principal responsibilities of this position are: answer and field all telephone calls, provide entry to, meet and greet guests and perform a variety of skilled administrative tasks, including the use of  Microsoft Office applications.  This is a full-time weekday position with benefits, $18-$20/hour.  Preference will be given for parishioners and for individuals familiar with Catholic faith and practice.  Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to jobs@trinity.org

Upper School Literacy Coach (SY2022-23)

Holy Trinity is a co-ed, PreK4-8, Catholic elementary school in the Jesuit tradition. The school is located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington D.C. We are looking for a full-time member for our Instructional Support Department, as a Literacy Coach and Curriculum Specialist, primarily with our younger students. The applicant should have substantial experience working with students who have language-based learning differences. The applicant should be someone who is well-versed in the Science of Reading and has taken part in multiple trainings. The ideal candidate will be trained in at least one of the following programs: Orton-Gillingham, Wilson, Energizing Readiness, LETRS or Language Foundations. This position is full-time, benefits-eligible under the umbrella of the Archdiocese of Washington. Pay commensurate with experience. Click here for complete job listing.

Part-time School Counselor (SY2022-23)

Holy Trinity is a co-ed, PreK4-8, Catholic elementary school in the Jesuit tradition. The school is located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington D.C. We are looking for someone who will be a supportive team member to complement our current school counselor. The person should have experience working with students and teachers in a school setting, primarily in grades 5-8. This position is 3 days/22.5 hours per week and so would not be eligible for benefits under the umbrella of the Archdiocese of Washington. Pay commensurate with experience. Full job description is here.

Coordinator of Youth Ministry

POSITION SUMMARY

Holy Trinity is seeking a dynamic, inviting, and enthusiastic Coordinator of Youth Ministry to join our pastoral staff. The Coordinator of Youth Ministry provides primary leadership for the design, implementation, and evaluation of parish ministry to our middle school and high school youth in order to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ and engage them more fully in parish life. The candidate selected for this position needs to be able to dialogue and connect well with young people and families, and have the ability to understand their spiritual needs and current experiences.

SUPERVISOR

Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation/Religious Education

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Program Development

  • Creates and develops a core group of youth (7th-12th grade) and provides for their faith formation
  • Develops leadership skills in youth that are grounded in the Catholic and Jesuit identity
  • Plans, coordinates, and implements prayer and reflective initiatives guided in Ignatian spirituality
  • Plans, coordinates, and implements initiatives in collaboration with parish ministries and programs
  • Coordinates the parish program for youth preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation

Recruitment and Training of Leaders

  • Recruits, trains, assigns, and evaluates adult volunteers; defines their responsibilities.
  • Coordinates participation in Archdiocesan and Ignatian family-sponsored training programs (i.e. East Jesuit Province or Ignatian Solidarity Network)
  • Monitors the efforts of volunteers with the youth ministry program and evaluates their progress.
  • Sets appropriate and healthy boundaries with teenagers. Mentors adult volunteers in following the same guidelines.
  • Ensures that all adult volunteers with the youth ministry program are VIRTUS trained and adheres to Archdiocesan policies for the protection of minors

Administration

  • Submits annual financial report and budget; administers budget throughout the year
  • Maintains necessary office and program records
  • Adheres to Archdiocesan policies for the protection of minors
  • Initiates procedures for evaluating all efforts involving the parish’s ministry to youth
  • Supervises and coordinates scheduling of initiatives for youth in coordination and/or collaboration with the other parish ministries and programs.
  • Attends monthly staff meetings and other meetings as necessary to fulfill the requirements of the position

Communication

  • Keeps the staff and wider parish community informed of youth ministry activities and goals
  • Advises, communicates, and cooperates with other parish staff and Archdiocesan organizations
  • Participates in parish governing structures to ensure greater participation of youth in the parish community and to facilitate communication and decision-making among youth and the parish community
  • Remains informed through attendance at archdiocesan, regional, and national conferences, regular reading, and membership in professional organizations
  • Creates prompt communications to keep youth and their families informed of goals and initiatives in the parish

Other Duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Active member of a Roman Catholic parish faith community
  • Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies, Theology or related field
  • Youth ministry experience working with teenagers
  • Good interpersonal skills and familiarity with the Church as an organization
  • Works effectively with and collaborates well with other staff – team player
  • Ability to work independently and be self-directed
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrates an ability to organize and implement programs for teenagers
  • Able to use various social media platforms to communicate with core group
  • Familiar with Ignatian Spirituality and/or willing to participate in Principium 

Working Conditions

  • Full-time work, evening meetings and appointments as required.

How to apply