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Kitchen Assistant – Our Lady of Victory Camp

Our Lady of Victory Camp, located near Bentley, Alberta, on the shore of Gull Lake, has an opportunity for a Kitchen Assistant. The general responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Work as a member of the team in preparing meals for campers and camp staff
  • Preparing and cooking the food in a safe manner
  • Baking nutritious snacks and desserts in large quantities
  • Cleaning and Sanitizing kitchen surfaces, appliances and equipment in the mess hall


  • Experience in cooking well-balanced meals for large groups, institutions or catering is preferred.
  • Knowledgeable of food services, health and safety regulations, WHMIS, and standards as well as sanitizing procedures and materials.
  • The working conditions include standing of long periods of time and some heavy lifting (20-40lbs) on occasion.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to work well with children and possess and attitude of service
  • An appreciation of the Catholic faith and the nature of a Catholic camp

This temporary seasonal position will begin July 1, and is expected to continue until August 16, 2024. There is only one Kitchen Assistant position available.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please forward your cover letter and resume including contact information for 3 references to Cody Parr (Camp Director) by email at The opportunity will remain available until the successful applicant is selected.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Human Resources Lead - Archdiocesan Pastoral and Administration Offices

We have an opportunity for a full time Human Resources Lead at the Archdiocesan Pastoral and Administration Offices located at 8421 – 101 Avenue, Edmonton. Some evening and weekend work will be required as well as some travel within the Archdiocese.

The Human Resources Lead advances the mission of the Church by promoting and facilitating equity, engagement, and trust to support people within the Archdiocese and to enable them to flourish. As an integral member of the Mission Services team, the Human Resources Lead builds, implements, evaluates and continuously improves sustainable and integrated approaches to human resources and professional development. The incumbent provides sound human resources advice and assistance, is proactive in identifying and resolving human resources issues, and leads human resource initiatives within the Archdiocese. The Human Resources Lead ensures that human resource strategies and practices are mission-inspired, relationship-oriented, aligned with priories, and are compliant with labour legislation.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Baccalaureate degree in human resources, business or social sciences is required.
  • Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation is preferred.
  • Preferably 10 years in progressively responsible human resources roles.
  • Demonstrated breadth of experience with human resources operations and with labour and workers health and safety legislation.
  • Demonstrated experience with collaborative and meaningful stakeholder involvement in designing human resources policies and best practices.
  • Demonstrated experience contributing to a high functioning and fulfilled team.
  • Ability to work successfully within various teams and demonstrated ability to bring colleagues together to achieve shared goals.
  • Experience with assisting organizations and people to flourish in not-for-profit environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to cultivate and maintain trusting and sustainable relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Deep understanding and commitment towards mission-driven and people-focused approaches to human resources.
  • Demonstrated experience resolving employee challenges justly, equitably, and respectfully.
  • Superior interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision, manage multiple projects and to successfully achieve goals and objectives.
  • Tact, diplomacy, understanding and ability to embrace and promote diversity.
  • Superior critical thinking, judgement and discernment competencies.
  • Sensitivity and understanding of every individual as an inherently sacred child of God.
  • Knowledge and proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite software.
  • Valid driver’s licence and reliable transportation.

Combination of education, training and relevant human resources experience will be considered.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a cover letter and resume and include the job title “Human Resources Lead” in the subject line to

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.

Part-Time Custodian - Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Sherwood Park

We are seeking a hard-working, conscientious candidate to assist with providing church members, visitors, and staff with a clean, orderly place to worship and congregate.

Hours of work are Friday & Saturday mornings, 7:30 am to 10:30 am.

Applicants must be:

  • Observant, respectful, motivated, and committed to work independently or with others.
  • Must be physically able to provide thorough, efficient custodial services to the church.
  • Should also be knowledgeable about safety, proper chemical handling and cleaning techniques, and
  • Have the ability to make basic repairs.

A police record check will be required for the successful applicant.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application to OLPH Business Coordinator, Deacon Arden Playford by email to with resume, covering letter and two references.

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.

Parish Pastoral Assistant - Good Shepherd

We have an opportunity for a full time Pastoral Assistant at Good Shepherd Parish located in Edmonton. This position has a variable schedule that includes some evenings and weekends.

The responsibilities include support for the Pastor of a comprehensive pastoral program for the parish. The successful candidate will collaborate with the Pastor, other parish staff, parish pastoral council and liturgy committees in the overall pastoral care of the parish.

Focus areas include Worship, Sacramental Preparation, Faith Formation, Pastoral Care and School Liaison in accordance with Archdiocesan policies and procedures. Included in this role are responsibilities to assist the Pastor in providing professional operational and administrative support for the parish.


  • Certificate in Catholic Studies or equivalent
  • Bachelor degree in Theology or Masters in Divinity is preferred.
  • Training in specific programs such as RCIA, pastoral care, sacramental preparation and other specialties.
  • Training in specific programs such as sacramental preparation, pastoral care and other specialties
  • Conflict management, problem solving training
  • Effective public speaker
  • Knowledge of community resources is preferred
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
  • Knowledge with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Active Catholic faith life and abides by the teachings of Catholicism in his/her personal life
  • Requires some weekend and evening work for events and meetings

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a resume quoting the job title “Pastoral Assistant” in the subject line to

We thank all those who apply; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.


Executive Director of Le Centre Oblat – OMI Lacombe Canada

OMI Lacombe Canada, Assumption and Notre Dame du Cap Provinces of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate are hiring for the position of Executive Director of Le Centre Oblat. Part of the worldwide congregation of priests and brothers called The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Oblates serve the poor in more than 60 countries on five continents. Lay
people, as Oblate Associates, also participate in our ministries. Justice, peace, and integrity of creation (JPIC) are at the heart of our vision. The four priority areas of work of the JPIC Ministry of the Canadian Oblates are Justice for Indigenous Peoples, Mining and Human Rights, Ecology and Climate Change, and Systemic Poverty.

This position reports directly to OMI Lacombe Canada as the formal employer. However, an Advisory Committee, comprised of members appointed by the three Oblate Provinces in Canada,
offers regular guidance and direction.

The Duties and Responsibilities of the Director of Le Centre Oblat:

  • Direct the activities of the Centre Oblat by developing the annual work plan and ensuring its implementation, preparing an annual budget for approval and presenting regular financial data necessary for compliance with it, and recruiting, managing, and supervising all contract staff and volunteers;
  • Design JPIC resources, symposiums, activities, and advocacy opportunities for members, associates, staff, leaders, and ministry colleagues of the three Provinces;
  • Network, collaborate with, and represent the Oblates on coalitions: such as the Canadian Religious Conference’s JPIC ministry, the Office of Religious Communities for Integral Ecology (ORCIE), and other civil society organizations that advance our common mission;
  • Assist Oblate parishes and retreat centers with formation programs and resources that facilitate moving justice beyond an intellectual experience. Develop programs to allow students, especially at St. Paul University, to gain more practical experience in various professional fields. Provide faculties at the university with speakers and a network of community contacts for conferences, talks, and workshops;
  • Ensure regular communication with the Provinces about JPIC issues. Assist the editor in preparing the newsletter, “News/Nouvelles.” When invited to do so, write blog posts for the Provinces’ online newsletters, magazines, and social media sites;
  • Prepare materials for and animate the scheduled meetings of the Advisory Committee, facilitating their input into the ministry of the Centre Oblat, and preparing the annual meeting of the Advisory Committee with the three Oblate Provincials;
  • Other duties as assigned by the Leadership Team of OMI Lacombe Canada.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Openness to the spirit and charism of the OMIs;
  • Strong understanding of Catholic social thought and tradition pertaining to justice, peace, and integrity of creation;
  • Enduring passion for social and ecological justice, including some familiarity and experience with ecumenical and interfaith groups;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English; capacity to speak French;
  • Excellent time management, administrative, and organizational skills. The ideal candidate is a self-starter.


  • Post-secondary education

Computer Literacy

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft 365
  • Social Media Platforms
  • Video Conferencing Platforms

Working Conditions

  • The optimal start date is August 1st, 2024, but flexible if relocation is required.
  • Normal working week of 37.5 hours.
  • The position will require some travel and flexibility concerning work schedules. (Some weekend and evening work is expected.)
  • A fully equipped office is provided at St. Paul University in Ottawa, ON.
  • An annual job performance review is undertaken.
  • This is a three-year term contract (renewable) with a probationary period of 3 months.
  • An annual salary in the minimum range of $70-75,000 is offered, depending on qualifications and experience. A benefits package is included.

Application Process:

  1. Email a formal letter of application addressed to Rob Meilleur: In your two-page letter, describe your interest in the position, and how and why this is the right position for you. Also, describe your key skills and background directly related to the tasks and qualifications required for this position. Briefly describe your understanding of the role of a Catholic religious community like the Oblates in promoting justice, peace, and integrity of creation.
  2. Provide your resume and three (3) references with their contact information. (The successful applicant will be asked to provide a police check. The employer will cover the cost of obtaining this document.)
  3. Please submit all of the above by email to Rob Meilleur by Friday, June 15th, 2024. All applications will be held in the strictest confidence. Those selected for an interview will be contacted by June 30th, 2024.

Executive Director - Alberta Life Issues Educational Society (ALIES)

ALIES Executive Director – a chance to work on the front lines of the prolife movement in Canada.

We are a ministry to abortion-minded women and men, based in Alberta, that offers its employees meaningful professional connections, ongoing education, and the chance to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

The Organization: ALIES (the Alberta Life Issues Educational Society) is a charitable organization that promotes life-affirming options in Alberta. We operate the Back Porch, which is located across the street from the abortion clinic in Edmonton. The Back Porch is an 11th-hour ministry to abortion-minded women and men. We also operate other educational ministries in Alberta and offer educational programming to small groups, and larger educational events for the prolife community.

  • ALIES expects applicants for this position to be strong communicators, team players, and passionately prolife.
  • ALIES believes in boldly sharing the truth about life issues and doing so compassionately.

The Position:

  • ALIES is currently looking for someone to take over as the Executive Director.
  • The Executive Director position is a full time paid position, with a starting wage of $47,000 per
    year. This position includes some health and dental coverage.
  • ALIES is an organization dedicated to protecting, supporting, and developing staff members
    amidst what can be an emotionally difficult context; your mental health is our priority.


  • Demonstrable experience in planning, strategizing and management
  • Candidates must be well-versed in human resources, financially literate, and organized
  • Ability to work in a small office setting, collaboratively in a team, as well as individually
  • Strong English communication skills, both written and oral. A second language would be an asset
  • Some experience with public speaking, research and writing is preferred
  • All candidates must align with ALIES’ prolife policies and code of ethics


  • Planning, strategizing and implementation of the vision of ALIES
  • Management of staff in multiple locations, including goal creation, accountability, and coaching
  • Responsible for Human Resources management, including recruitment, hiring, training, managing payroll and vacation time, and onboarding/offboarding of staff.
  • Maintain financial and donor records, ensure bills are paid on time and track spending, budget, and direct the financial needs of ALIES. This includes creating and implementing a fundraising plan.
  • Represent ALIES in the media, with legal representatives, and with the police. Present in small
    and large groups on life issues as needed.

Financial Officer - Archdiocese of Regina

Reporting to the Director of Pastoral Services, and working collaboratively with the Archbishop and Archdiocesan Administration, the Financial Officer is responsible for oversight of all financial operations of the Archdiocese and provides strategic financial guidance and effective advisory support to the Leadership Team of the Archdiocese of Regina. The Financial Officer ensures compliance with regulatory requirements and fosters long-term financial sustainability of the archdiocese. As part of the Leadership Team of the Archdiocese of Regina, the successful candidate will bring their energy and enthusiasm for the mission of the Church.


  • Ensure financial goals and objectives, including long-term planning, are met and are in accordance with Canon Law, Archdiocesan policies and procedures, and current legislation.
  • Prepare and monitor the annual operating budget with the Archdiocese Finance Council.
  • Ensure preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements for distribution to appropriate leadership.
  • Make financial recommendations to the Leadership Team of the Archdiocese of Regina and the Archdiocesan Finance Council.
  • Establish, monitor, and enforce internal controls, policies and procedures for accounting, finances, administration, and payroll for all Archdiocesan entities.
  • Oversee required Archdiocesan audit processes, accounting policies and procedures, and payroll systems.
  • Oversee external Archdiocesan service contracts, risk management and insurance programs.
  • Manage and monitor all investments collaboratively with the Investment Committee, including acquisition and disposal of real property, stocks, bonds and other financial instruments.
  • Analyze financial information for construction and renovation projects presented to the Archbishop for approval.
  • Oversee Archdiocesan property management.
  • Engage effectively with the other members of the Leadership Team to foster collaboration and alignment of the financial department and resources with the mission, vision and strategic goals of the Archdiocese.
  • Assign tasks, monitor the work flow of the finance department, and provide coaching and feedback as required.


  • Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) designation required.
  • 3+ years in a senior accounting position with supervisory responsibilities.
  • Superior knowledge of Canada Revenue Agency guidelines, accounting and payroll principles, and practices.
  • Experience with preparing registered charity annual returns would be an asset.
  • Proficient user of accounting software (Sage 50) and MS Office software, expressly Excel.
  • Proven leadership ability and vision with a commitment to the mission of the Catholic Church.
  • Volunteer or professional experience with religious organizations or contexts.
  • Advanced analytical, negotiating and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong organizational, administrative, and interpersonal management skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work positively with individuals of all ages and backgrounds.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
  • High level of integrity, ethics and commitment to maintaining confidentiality of all archdiocesan information.
  • Human resource management skills, including the ability to foster a team atmosphere with staff and volunteers.
  • Demonstrated cultural awareness and sensitivity.
  • French speaking would be an asset

Salary Range: $100,000 to $120,000

Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume and cover letter by April 1st to:

Archdiocese of Regina
Attention: Melissa Gurash, Administrative Assistant
P.O. Box 1546 Stn Main
Regina, SK S4P 4C3

Applications will be received until the role is filled and we reserve the right to shorten or extend the application deadline based on interest. Please apply promptly to ensure your application will be considered.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.

Catholic Health Care Opportunities - Covenant Health

A partner in our Catholic community is looking for individuals to join its teams and be part of its mission-driven culture.

Covenant Health, which supports acute care hospitals and long-term care facilities, is hiring for its 17 locations across Alberta. With 15,000 staff, physicians and volunteers, Covenant Health is a valued part of Alberta’s integrated health system.

For full details on current opportunities to join the Covenant Health team and “find your calling,” please visit