Archdiocese of Los Angeles

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles comprises three counties in the southern part of the State of California: Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. The area extends from the northern county line of Santa Barbara County, near the city of Santa Maria, to the southern county line of Los Angeles County.

Aug 13, 2019
This individual will administer and oversee multiple direct mail projects, serving an integral part of the management for both planning and. implementing campaigns, with a high degree of customization and emotional appeal.   This individual will help manage the day-to-day operations within the office.   DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:       Work closely with the Director to help develop and lead a comprehensive annual appeal program, including strategies to focus on securing new donors.     Working with key advancement staff to assist implementing other Archdiocesan wide initiatives.     Assist in developing strategies to develop giving societies, alumni groups, and incorporate electronic giving campaigns.     Responsible for working with outside vendors- specifically, printers & mail fulfillment centers.     Work with creative team on concepts for campaigns     Provide oversight and strategic vision to fund raising activity.     Develop and implement staff performance measures.     Responsible for the overall strategic development of the major donors, especially in the context of multi-year, multi-faceted and donor-centric approaches to fundraising.     Oversee budgets, progress, deadlines, goals and objectives related to specific campaigns.     Manage the content and updates to the Department's websites.     Provide support to, and training of staff as needed.     Organize annual training sessions for parish leadership.     Organizes and coordinates all of the training, lead gifts, clergy solicitation, direct mail, in-pew, and mail/phone follow-up phases of the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal, including preparation, production and distribution of the taped homily, the opening and closing tabloids, training, promotional and solicitation materials.     Administers the Business Unit, including timely and accurate processing of all pledges, payments, corrections and record updates, and regularly schedule total updates of parish rosters.     Oversees the design and production of all required materials and assures their timely delivery to the Archdiocese and to the parishes.     Oversees the preparation and distribution of the kickoffs and final report tabloids     Researches state of the art campaign implementation techniques and recommends appropriate trials and/or full implementation of those that would be appropriate to the Annual Appeal.                                                                   Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director of Development.   Requirements: ​Education and Experience Any combination of experience and education likely to provide the required knowledge, skills and ability, typically:     Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration or related field.     Minimum 3 year's professional experience in either: non-profit fundraising, commercial sales or experience in marketing, selling and customer service.     Experience in direct mail appeals.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities   Knowledge of:       Active members of a Roman Catholic faith community.     Major gifts fundraising, giving campaigns, constituent relations, event management and/or volunteer management     Must possess knowledge of fundraising principles and practices.     Aptitude for the effective use of information systems in support of a development program.     Maintain a professional, polished demeanor.   ​Skills in:     Initiative and independence in carrying out responsibilities.     Identifying, cultivating and soliciting major gift prospects     Commitment to maintain confidentiality and a high degree of accuracy in donor records.     Marketing and stakeholder/constituent relations     Proficiency with basic accounting principles.     Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, both written and oral which transcend diverse audiences.     Excellent organization skills with an ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and a variety of demands.     Strong self-motivation and the ability to work as a team member.     Must be able to work in an environment of constant demands and frequent interruptions.     Must have reliable transportation.     Detail-oriented, with strong organizational, analytical, and planning skills.   Ability to:     Problem solving capabilities with a high degree of integrity, ethics, and dedication to the mission of the Archdiocese.     Demonstrated ability to work accurately and effectively with data systems.     Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and promote a positive working environment, spirit of cooperation and positive reactions to change and conflict resolution.     Must be able to work an irregular schedule, evenings or Saturday as needed, additional hours during peak times or as required.     Occasionally lift up to 20 pounds     Sit for prolonged periods of time     Bend, stoop or walk as needed     Sustain frequent movement of fingers, wrists, hands and arms Use of personal computer and telephone (eye and hand strain).   How to Apply: Interested candidates must fill out an application, which can be found on the Archdiocese website at: http://archla.org/employmentpdf  The completed application must be submitted, along with a resume and cover letter to: employment@la-archdiocese.org Please submit the email with the following subject line: Your First & Last Name, Position applying for, and Location​
Archdiocese of Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA, USA Development
Aug 13, 2019
To efficiently perform a variety of routine administrative duties in support of the Senior Director of Human Resources and exempt Human Resources staff.   DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   Because all Archdiocesan employees represent the Roman Catholic Church, they are expected to conduct themselves according to the goals and missions of the Church in performing their work. Answers and screens telephone calls and refers callers to the appropriate staff member, using discretion and maintaining confidentiality. Receives and directs visitors. Responsible for filing personnel files and related documents ensuring they are filed and stored according to department guidelines and retention policies. Prepares and sends reminder notices to department heads to ensure completion of 90 day and annual employee evaluations. Notifies Senior Director of Human Resources immediately regarding non-compliance issues. Requests reports form Human Resources Generalists on a monthly basis to ensure follow up for employee I-9 expiration dates, Checks Human Resources FAX inbox every day and distributes to appropriate staff member. Under direction of the Sr. Director of Human Resources coordinates all aspects of special events. Schedules appointments as requested. Organizes and maintains front desk, lobby and file and supply storage areas, monitoring forms and supplies as necessary and ensuring documents are filed and stored according to department guidelines and retention policies. Assists Employee Advisory Council (EAC) election process and other duties as needed. Schedules employee flu shots and annual blood drive, or other ACC special events. Types and prepares correspondence, memos, and reports as requested. Assists with the distribution of documents. Sorts, and distributes mail. Photocopies correspondence, memos, and reports. Performs related duties as required. Requirements: ​Education and Experience Any combination of education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, typically:  Active member of a Roman Catholic faith community. High School graduate or equivalent. 2 years of administrative experience or training. 1 year of Human Resources experience a plus.    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities   Knowledge of: The mission and organizational structure of the Catholic Church. Office procedures and business etiquette. Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and Access. Simple bookkeeping and record keeping methods and procedures.   Skill in:  Typing speed sufficient to meet production requirements (minimum of 45 wpm). Excellent communication skills; oral and written. Excellent customer service skills. Phone and email etiquette Ability to:  Maintain confidentiality. Maintain professional demeanor. Compose correspondence and summarize information independently.  Physical Conditions: Occasionally lift up to 20 pounds. Sit or stand for sustained periods of time on a daily basis  Perform tasks requiring intermittent bending, stooping, and walking. Movements consistent with the use of keyboard and office equipment Reaching, lifting, grasping, pushing, pulling Office environment, exposure to light to medium volume of noise, lighting, cleaning products.   HOW TO APPLY:  Interested candidates must fill out an application, which can be found on our website at: http://archla.org/employmentpdf The completed application must be submitted, along with a resume to: employment@la-archdiocese.org   Please submit the email with the following subject line: Your First & Last Name, Position applying for, Location​​​​​
Archdiocese of Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA, USA Human Resources