DIOCESE OF EL PASO
EMPLOYEE JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Title: Executive Director
Ministry Name: Catholic Counseling Services, Inc. Ministry # 90000
Ministry Head: José Castrellón Date: March 28, 2019
Reports To: Board of Directors
Supervises: All clinical and administrative staff; and serves on various diocesan and community service boards.
Works Closely With: All agency staff
Summary of Duties: Administers and manages all facets of agency operation. Prepares monthly financial and statistical reports of ministry programs. Reports to the Corporation Board of Directors.
Personal - Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Complete knowledge of bookkeeping procedures, to include posting, accounts payable, and reports.
Education – Master of Social Work Degree from an accredited graduate school of . Bilingual (English & Spanish) preferred. Demonstrate knowledge of clinical psychotherapy, computer skills, administration, and management.
Experience – At least three years of clinical psychotherapy, administration, and management.
1. To supervise the agency’s clinical and administrative programs and its employees, in conformity with the policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors.
2. To prepare the agency’s annual budget for approval by the Board of Directors.
3. To report monthly to the Board of Directors on the financial condition of the agency, its program activities and evaluation of services, what are the current needs of the people are in the community, what are possible solution to determine the need for the methodologies exist to meet these human needs, and what possible sources of additional funding are available to the agency.
4. To determine the need for the development the remake. In every vicariate outside the County of El Paso for pre-marital, marital, family, individual, and crisis intervention professional counseling services for troubled persons and families.
5. To conduct social assessments of the personal and social needs of the people of the Diocese, the types of social programs needed to meet these needs, and how these programs can be financed.
6. To maintain a professional liaison with other public, private, social, health, and civic agencies and services within the Diocese of El Paso, the State of Texas, and on the national level.
7. To represent the Roman Catholic Diocese of El Paso on all committees, sessions, and hearings which pertain to social welfare (ie. Emergency Food and Shelter Board for the County of El Paso.)
8. To provide individual, marital, family, group therapy to all parishes in the Diocese of El Paso including West Texas.
9. To supervise graduate school interns from accredited schools of social work.
10. To supervise the Secretary on financial and statistical reporting functions.
11. To supervise and evaluate all counseling staff.
12. Prepare budgets and presentations for the United Way and the Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso.
13. Provide public relations and educational presentations for parishes, agencies, and institutions requesting presentations on various types of mental health and social issues.
14. Provide and conduct investigations of sexual misconduct for the Pastoral Response Committee and submit Letters of Determination of regarding the investigation outcome.
15. Serve on the Review Board for the Diocese of El Paso.
16. To contract an independent audit of the ministry’s finances on an annual basis and provide the Board of Directors with the results of the audit.
17. To provide the Board of Directors and the Diocese of El Paso with an annual report that accounts for the activities and services rendered during the fiscal year.
18. To maintain a Texas Social Worker License by taking the required Continuation Units of Education by attending workshops and conferences, including 3 hours in Ethics, as prescribed by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners.
19. To attend Field Exchange Fairs to recruit graduate school level interns from the UTEP Graduate School of Social Work.
20. To reach out to accredited graduate schools of social work in Texas or out of state to recruit social worker interns.
21. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Bishop of the Diocese of El Paso.
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.