A Minnesota Catholic Conference employee plays a critical role in helping Catholics live out their faith in the public arena. Read more about our current employment opportunities below!
The Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC), the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Minnesota, is seeking a Communications Manager to support the mission of MCC, which is to assist the Catholic bishops of Minnesota in their social ministry; help form and activate lay Catholics as faithful citizens; and represent the Catholic Church in Minnesota to state and federal policy makers.
The Communications Manager assists with the development and implementation of all MCC communications activities, which includes overseeing the production of print, digital, and web content, as well as the execution of other communications-related functions as needed, such as event planning, media relations, parish outreach initiatives, and lobbying strategies.
Job requirements include: a bachelor’s degree in communications or related field; a minimum of two years relevant experience; strong writing skills; and an evangelical and entrepreneurial spirit. Candidates must be able to demonstrate knowledge of and a commitment to the principles of Catholic Social Teaching and be a practicing Catholic in good standing. Expertise in visual design and social media communications strongly preferred. Basic video production and editing skills a plus.
Competitive benefits package and salary commensurate with experience.
Send resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to HR@mncc.org. No phone calls, please.
Latino Community Liaison
The Minnesota Catholic Conference aims to equip ALL Minnesota Catholics for faithful citizenship, and that includes those in our vibrant Latino community. We’re looking for a talented Spanish-speaker who loves the Church to serve as our Latino Community Liaison.
The liaison will coordinate outreach efforts between the Minnesota Catholic Conference and the Church’s Latino community, connecting Latinos with Catholic Advocacy Network resources and advocacy opportunities. Through parish and community events, he or she will communicate MCC’s legislative activities, Catholic social teaching on faithful citizenship, and opportunities for deeper engagement as missionary disciples in the public arena. The liaison will also identify potential candidates for leadership in the Catholic Advocacy Network and work with MCC staff to create Spanish-speaking resources on an as-needed basis
The Latino Community Liaison must be a fluent Spanish speaker and should have great familiarity and comfort within the Latino community. Excellent presentation skills are a must, as is faithfulness to the Catholic Church and Her teachings. Familiarity with the Catholic Advocacy Network and the work of the Minnesota Catholic Conference is preferred, but the right candidate will be provided with whatever training he or she needs to be successful.
The liaison will work as a contractor, with compensation based on hours and events worked.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please send a resume and cover letter to Jason Adkins at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.