Duties and Responsibilities at St. John Paul II
Bilingual. Have a basic knowledge of the merge Santa Lucia and San Jose.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word; Excel; Publisher; Parish Soft Accounting and Giving; social media.
Attend the needs of parishioners.
Knowledge of Baptismal Information/Pre baptismal class
Knowledge of Religious Formation
Arrange Baptismal - Funeral – Weddings – Quinceanera Celebrations
Balance the monies with receipt book every Friday
Post on excel the collection donations from parishioner’s envelopes, Parishsoft Giving and Foundation checks mailed to office.
Create weekly bulletin and send it out to print on scheduled dates.
Create the weekly announcements (Fridays)
Reorder calendars, mass agenda and donation envelopes; and other annual items.
Reorder Hosts and Wine
Be creative to make booklets, pamphlets, registrations for catechism and other flyers.
Coordinate the Vicariate and Priest Assembly meeting with daily mass.
Enter deposit on correct account (Friday and Monday).
Enter bills and attach a copy of the bill to the correct account (before Thursday)
Scan Timecards (Wednesday) and other documents to the Finance Office at the Diocese.
Received signed check from Father (Fridays) and mailed out the bill with payment.
Create and print reports from fundraising events.
Post the donation/payments from Parishsoft Giving into Parishsfot Accounting
Mass Stipend and Stole Fees need to be entered as bills.
Employee understands that he/she will be an example to the community by maintaining good standing in the Catholic Church through adherence to the laws of the Church and through practice of the Faith by living a sacramental, moral Catholic life including regular Mass attendance.
All available jobs must provide a resume and a letter of intent and emailed to VSalas@elpasodiocese.org or Plopez@elpasodiocese.org
Our employees will provide an example to the community by maintaining good standing in the Catholic Church through adherence to the laws of the Church and through practice of the Faith by living a sacramental, moral Catholic life including regular Mass attendance.
Because all Diocesan employees represent the Roman Catholic Church, they are expected to conduct themselves according to the goals and missions of the Church in performing their work. This entails actively supporting the philosophy and goals of the Church; participating in Church activities including attending services and encouraging others to do so.
NOTE: The Diocese of El Paso adheres to the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Safeguard the Children, VIRTUS, and related programs of the Diocese. As such, prospective employees are required to complete VIRTUS training, fingerprinting and a background check before employment.