PARISH ADMINISTRATOR POSITION OPENING
St. Dominic’s Church, San Francisco
St. Dominic’s Roman Catholic Church in San Francisco is a 3,000 strong congregation of spiritually mature and active Catholics united by a desire for spiritual enrichment, service, and prayer. Inspired by the Dominican Friars who serve as the pastoral staff, the goal of the parish community is to foster a truly welcoming church that is a center of faith, friendship and spiritual renewal embracing the larger community.
St. Dominic’s is seeking as Parish Administrator an experienced executive of chief operating or chief financial officer caliber interested in adding a ministerial component to his or her professional life. The position reports directly to and works in close partnership with the Pastor. The candidate must be a person of the utmost integrity, an active Roman Catholic, and able to present the vision of the parish. The candidate must be able to assume responsibility for all parish operations and work collaboratively with director-level team members.
- The position requires hands-on management of all financial operations for the parish’s two million dollar annual operating budget, including accounting, budgeting, reporting, bequeaths, and overseeing the investment manager.
- He or She is responsible for human resource management and administration for a staff of approximately 16, including evaluation and development; benefits, payroll, and leave administration; hiring, screening, and grievance processes; and implementation of policies, procedures, and controls.
- Additional responsibilities include coordination, direction, oversight of the church facilities e.g., maintenance, as well as all contracts, purchasing and vendor management.
The candidate should be a highly motivated self-starter, with strong leadership and organizational development skills, and expertise in financial matters. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Exceptional interpersonal skills and a “pastoral presence” are needed to work effectively with staff, employees, volunteers, parish leadership commissions, parishioners, and benefactors with diverse perspectives, goals, and needs. Management experience is mandatory, experience with fund raising and knowledge of nonprofit administration are pluses.
This is a full-time position with attractive benefits. Salary commensurate with experience.
Evenings and weekends are sometimes required.
The deadline for submission of resumes is February 16, 2020
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