The Sisters of the Precious Blood are a Roman Catholic congregation of women religious who profess vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, live a common life and engage in lifelong service to others. Since 1834 the Sisters of the Precious Blood have met the needs of the time. Inspired by Maria Anna Brunner, foundress, and her desire “that not one drop of Jesus’ Precious Blood be shed in vain,” we try to see where the need is great and to respond. As a community of women religious dedicated to the Blood of Christ we recognize the preciousness of life, the need for reconciliation in our world, and the needs of the poor and those on the margins. We respond to these needs and strive to be a life-giving reconciling presence. The Vocation Ministry Coordinator presents the Sisters of the Precious Blood to age-appropriate groups, to women ages 18-45, and extends an invitation to some of these women to discern their vocation to consecrated religious life, in particular as a Sister of the Precious Blood.
Candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree in theology or a related field, and a minimum of 2-5 years of administrative experience. A master’s degree is desirable. The preferred candidate will demonstrate the ability to work well independently and collaborate as part of a team. Social media/marketing experience with digital communication is essential. Successful experience in ministry to young adults is desirable. The position offers a highly competitive salary and an optimum benefits package of 100% health premium coverage, employer contribution to a 401K, and generous vacation, sick leave, and paid holidays.
Interested and qualified candidates should send their cover letter of introduction and their resume to Phil Hartke, Director of Finance at firstname.lastname@example.org.