Career Opportunites


Director of Mission Integration 

The Sisters of Charity - Halifax seek a Director of Mission Integration for their Elizabeth Seton Residence and Marillac Residence in Wellesley, Massachusetts (greater Boston area).  A Master’s Degree is preferred, with current knowledge of theology, spirituality, ecumenical orientation, cultural diversity and Catholic teachings, especially those related to Catholic Health Care and Ethics. Please send all resumes to Maura McNulty at mmcnulty@schalifax.org. View Job Description - Director of Mission Integration


Core Community Member at House of Charity New Orleans

The House of Charity New Orleans, a collaborative ministry of the Sisters of Charity Federation, is seeking a core community member to begin June 2017. The qualified candidate will be a sister with energy, a spirit of generosity, a love for God’s people and religious life, and passion for the charity charism and for new possibilities in living it out. Joining the team of sisters already in ministry at the house, this sister would help host college groups, discernment groups, Sisters in the Federation, and other work groups. Please contact Sister Monica at monica.gundler@srcharitycinti.org for more information. View Core Community Member Job Description 


Executive Director for national home care agency

The Ladies of Charity USA is seeking an Executive Director/Consultant to design and create a national home care agency that will provide quality care for persons requiring assistance in the home and quality jobs for care workers in accord with the values and resources of the Ladies of Charity USA. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirement to caregiver@ladiesofcharity.us. Resumes accepted until position is filled. View the Job Description - Executive Director/Consultant


Team Member for Bakhita House

The Bakhita House, a safe house for victims of human trafficking in the greater Boston area, is seeking a Sister to join their team. The ministry involves living at the Safe House 4 days and nights one week; 3 days and nights the next week (two teams of 2 Sisters each cover the week). The Bakhita community is an initiative of LCWR and provides shelter, food, clothing and access to social services, empowering its guests to rebuild their lives with the support of a loving community. Contact Sally McLaughlin, SCH for more information and to apply. View Team Member - Bakhita House Job Description 

 

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