Job Openings

Our job postings are offered as a service to Catholic organizations within the Diocese of Fargo. Other openings may be approved on a case-by-case basis. Application instructions are provided with each job posting. Do not send application materials to the webmaster of this site.

Parishes, Catholic Schools, and other organizations within the Diocese of Fargo may email their job postings for consideration to contact(at)fargodiocese(dot)org.

Director of Pastoral Planning

  • Date Listed:  11/13/2017
  • Application Deadline:  01/05/2018

The Diocese of St. Cloud is seeking a Director of Pastoral Planning.  This unique role supports and interacts regularly with the bishop, the Diocesan Planning Council, and parish faith communities in guiding the Church's mission both in the present and into the future.  The ideal candidate has a contagious energy for meaningful work and engaging in active listening.  Developing and nurturing relationships with clergy and laity, diocesan staff, and parish leaders and staff, is integral to this position.  General responsibilities include implementation of diocesan pastoral olans, assisting parishes with planning needs, and overseeing risk management programs.  Qualifications include knowledge of the Catholic faith, collaborative ministry work experience, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.  Experience in management and record-keeping, maintaining deadlines, confidentiality, and conflict resolution are valuable.  Master's degree and experience in pastoral planning are preferred.  More information and application instructions available at:  http://humanresources.stcdio.org/job-openings/diocesan-job-openings/  

PT Music Coordinator

  • Date Listed:  10/13/2017
  • Application Deadline:  Until Filled 

Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in West Fargo, ND is seeking a part-time Music Coordinator.  Primary duties include:  select, plan and play music for weekend liturgies and other special liturgies.  Recruit choir members and conduct practices and training in all areas of music.  Successful candidate will have knowledge in Catholic liturgical practices, the ability to play piano, and previous experience in choir direction.  Must have communication, interpersonal, organizational and computer skills.  Position is directly accountable to the pastor.  Send cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation to:  gary.luiten(at)fargodiocese(dot)org 

Volunteers - St. Ann's Native American School, Belcourt, ND

St. Ann's Indian Mission in the Turtle Mountains of Belcourt, ND is seeking VOLUNTEERS for its school and parish. Volunteers serve primarily as classroom teachers and teachers’ aides for the Catholic PreK-6th grade school and as youth ministers for the parish. Volunteers also help in school administration and in the parish development office.

The majority of students attending St. Ann’s Catholic School are tribal members of the Ojibwa (Chippewa) Nation. Qualified volunteers and certified local individuals staff the Fargo Diocese’s tuition-free Catholic school.

Volunteers for the mission live with fellow missionaries onsite, and for their service receive room and board, a small stipend, and various opportunities for spiritual growth. Volunteers gather with local people and members of SOLT (Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity) for weekly community nights and evening meals. St. Ann’s parish offers Mass daily and maintains an adoration chapel which is open throughout the day.

For more information and an application, please contact St. Ann’s Catholic School at sacsbelcourt@gmail.com or (701) 477-2667. Visit www.stannsmission.com.

Volunteers - Young Disciples Summer Missions (men and women)

After two weeks of training, the summer traveling teams facilitate one-week vacation Bible schools, teen missions, and family ministry in rural parishes and on reservations across North Dakota. The camps include daily Mass, confession, prayer, catechesis and games, music, and loads of fun. Without the Young Disciples Teams these rural areas would not have opportunities like these. The commitment is for 10 weeks during the summer. A stipend, transportation, room, and board are provided. Ages 18–30. Team members might also be eligible to receive college credit or internship credit depending on their universities.  Applications are now being accepted.