Job Requests

1/10/19 — Urgent help needed for Great Falls, VA family

Subject: Urgent help needed for Great Falls family. Dad is teacher at Heights.
Joel and Charlotte Sellier live in the Herndon-Reston VA area and are in need of a full-time nanny while they help their five-year-old daughter, Poppy, battle acute myeloid leukemia.
Poppy was diagnosed with AML just before Christmas, and extended family have been taking shifts caring for their three other children at home.
Once school starts back up and people get back to work, they will need a nanny/au pair to help with child and house care moving forward.
Responsibilities include:
Care of 8 y/o, 3 y/o, and 1 y/o
Meals (although many dinners are being provided by friends and family through a Meal Train sign up)
House cleaning
Personal requirements:
Nanny/au pair experience
Over 25 years of age (preferred)
Experience with care to families with medical needs
Able to stay week nights at house
Able to work 40+ hrs a week
If possible, can start January 2nd
If you know of anyone who might meet the requirements, please email Joel’s brother Jake Sellier at
Above all, please do add them to your prayers — for strength, peace and healing for sweet Poppy!

12/21/18 — Diocese of Rockford – Director of Religious Education and Formation

Diocese of Rockford – Director of Religious Education and Formation

Department: Department of Educational Services

Reports To: Moderator of the Curia

Position Overview

The Director of Religious Education and Formation is responsible for providing leadership, consultation,

training, and support for formation opportunities and programs for adults, catechists, and lay leaders in

the Diocese of Rockford.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Implement the goals and objectives of the Diocese of Rockford and Department of Educational

Services, especially in regard to catechetical, theological, and lay formation.

  1. Attend to Diocesan faith formation needs, addressing these needs in conjunction with Catechetical

and Pastoral Leaders at the diocesan, deanery, and parish levels, with a view toward planning and

implementing effective formation programs for persons of all ages.

  1. Serve as a theological and catechetical resource to the Department of Educational Services and other

diocesan offices and personnel as needed.

  1. Provide direct supervision to the Regional Directors of Religious Education, including casting the

vision that directs their efforts throughout the various regions of the diocese, meeting with them

regularly, and overseeing their work.

  1. Prepare and monitor a budget related to programs of responsibility.
  2. Direct and oversee the planning, implementation and instruction of on-going formation opportunities

for lay leaders throughout the Diocese of Rockford.

  1. Oversee and promote the Catechist Certification process, programs, and classes offered throughout

the diocese.

  1. Direct the planning, development, advertising, implementation, and instruction of the curricula of the

Diocese of Rockford Ministry Formation Program. This includes: selecting, securing, and evaluating

parish locations where classes are held; recruiting and maintaining an effective faculty of instructors

and retreat leaders; planning and overseeing the budget and all finances for the program; promoting

the Ministry Formation Program and recruiting prospective candidates through parish visits, contact

with pastors, and pastoral leaders and marketing; overseeing the progress of every candidate in

completing all necessary assignments and attendance requirements for certification.

  1. Offer courses in the Diocesan Theological Institute that provide ongoing formation opportunities for

Ministry Formation graduates, as well as for Permanent Deacons and their wives.

  1. Plan and facilitates the New Catechetical Leader workshop annually for new hires throughout the


  1. Administer the Bishop O’Neill Awards annually for outstanding and long-term catechists.
  2. In conjunction with other staff, collect, monitor, and supervise statistical information and permanent

records related to applicable programs.

  1. Oversee the dissemination and collection of the Annual Parish Reports by parish catechetical leaders

at every parish in the diocese.

  1. Assist Pastors with the annual evaluation of catechetical leaders at the parish, as needed.
  2. Assist other diocesan leaders as needed with the creation and implementation of diocesan Safe

Environment guidelines and policies.

  1. Attend occasional national and regional meetings, such as the NCCL conference, gatherings of

Illinois Diocesan Directors of Religious Education, etc. and participates in conference or regional

projects and efforts, as needed.

  1. In conjunction with Regional Directors of Religious Education, attend deanery meetings of parish

catechetical leaders, communicating diocesan-level concerns as needed.

  1. Meet annually with the Catholic High School Religion Department Chairpersons to discuss issues of

common concern.

  1. May be given various other assignments and projects consistent with the responsibility level and

general duties of a Director.

Requirements and Preferences

Education Required: Master’s Degree in related field (Theology / Catechesis / Pastoral Ministry);

knowledge of Church doctrine, especially the documents on Evangelization,

Catechesis, and Lay Ecclesial Ministry; familiarity with principles and

dimensions of adult faith formation and catechist formation.

Experience Required: Five-year experience in related field; demonstrated experience in leadership and

management of staff, including fiscal responsibility.

Experience Preferred: At least three-year experience at Diocesan level; working knowledge of diocesan

structures, parishes and operations.

Skills Required: Excellent communication, organizational, administrative, and presentation skills;

proficiency with computers and electronic communication; ability to supervise

and oversee staff; ability to work in collaboration with other diocesan offices to

communicate and implement diocesan vision, guidelines, and policies with parish

leadership; competence in creating and managing budgets and careful monitoring

all spending.

Skills Preferred: Bilingual in Spanish and English is preferred.

Other Required: Must be a practicing Roman Catholic with a strong faith commitment, dedicated

to the Gospel values and living a life of prayer and service, with a mission-driven

understanding of Catholic education and the Church’s vision for lifelong faith

formation; availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Professionals wishing to apply should send a resume and introductory

letter to


12/21/18 –Property Assistant, Buchanan Partners

Property Assistant, Buchanan Partners
Reports To: Property Manager
Office Location: Manassas, VA
Purpose/Scope of Position: Assist Property Management office with tasks contributing to the operation and maintenance of Buchanan Properties Buildings while representing Buchanan Properties and its clients in a highly professional manner at all times. Work directly with all in property management office, leasing administrator and accounting department.
Experience/background knowledge: 1 year or more experience in an administrative position. Experience in Property Management preferred, but not required.
Skills: Strong communication, negotiation and diplomacy skills. Also, strong organization skills. Microsoft office, including intermediate level using Word, Excel and Outlook and Outlook Calendar.
Education: 4 year college degree preferred
Normal working hours: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
• Answer phones – Greet visitors – Organize electronic files by categories and dates – Order office supplies – Act as main contact for building security systems
Tenant services
• Point of contact for tenant requests
• Place work orders in the Building Engines Electronic Work Order System and help oversee their progress
• Assist in tenant lease review for confirmation of services provided by Property Management
• Help organize tenant events including food trucks and building socials
• Assist in maintaining communication with tenants concerning building operations and impending issues
Lease Commencement Duties
• Help schedule move-in with building personnel and arrange for special needs, timing of moving of furniture, padding in elevator, etc.
• Assist in arranging for signage, keys, access cards, and access to the electronic work order system for new tenants
Lease termination Duties
• Update Lease termination settlement sheets and the request of security deposit refund from accounting
• Notify cleaning contractor of vacancy, contact local utility as needed
Contract administration
• Assist in composing, maintaining and submitting for signature and then filing service contracts including, cleaning, window cleaning, elevator maintenance, landscaping, generator, HVAC, fire alarm and sprinkler testing and pest control..
Building maintenance
• Assist with obtaining bids and preparing contracts for significant repairs and maintenance as well as recurring services.
• File required testing and inspection reports
• Maintain electronic file of tenant and vendor certificates of insurance
For more info or to apply contact: Matt Pierce at

12/21/18 — Mother’s Helper Needed

Mother’s Helper Needed
Catholic homeschooling mom in Alexandria, VA with 6 children ages (7 mo. to 11 yrs.) is seeking a helper for daily duties and occasional organizing projects.  Ideally, Mom would like a helper who can take on the housekeeping chores so she can focus primarily on homeschooling and caring for the children.  The daily tasks would mostly involve cleaning up the kitchen and dining room after breakfast and lunch, laundry and ironing, and general tidying up of messes generated by children.  Helper must have own transportation.  If interested, please call/text 202-271-3366.

12/18/18 — Housekeeper Needed in Warrenton, VA

Housekeeper Needed
Would like to hire a housekeeper to help with chores and pickup around the house in order to lighten the load for a homeschooling mother of three boys with Autism, living in Warrenton, VA.
Chores will include dishes, laundry and light house-pickup/cleaning.  Rate is 11.97 / hour.
Own transportation necessary as well as background check.
Hours can be full- or part-time and times-of-day flexible depending on all-around needs.
God Bless you. Please email for more information.

12/18/18 — Thales Academy is now accepting applications for our Thales Teaching Fellows program

Thales Academy is now accepting applications for our Thales Teaching Fellows program. 
Thales Teaching Fellows recruits excellent thinkers and leaders who can share their content expertise with students in the classroom.
Next year’s Teaching Fellows will join a robust professional program designed specifically with your students in mind because it offers a purpose-driven career where they can inspire others. As an ideal career starter program, Thales Teaching Fellows gain valuable employment skills and experience while making a positive contribution to the world.
Thales Teaching Fellows jump-start their career through our in-depth, on-the-job training program. After a summer orientation and training program, Fellows will use their content expertise immediately in the classroom (no teacher certification required). Having immediate access to the classroom lets Fellows begin using what they learn through daily experience to grow their skills quickly.
In the Thales Teaching Fellow program, your students will take advantage of:

  • Tuition-free professional development courses delivered through online webinars, content modules, and assignments (3-5 hours per week)
  • Unique track offerings for classical teacher leadership, administration, curriculum and instruction
  • Opportunities to network with other Fellows, Thales’ leadership and faculty, myself and other business associates
  • Location in vibrant Raleigh, NC area within short distance of the beautiful beaches and mountains of North Carolina
  • Full benefits package and a competitive salary

Following the completion of the Thales Teaching Fellows program, qualified participants will have the opportunity to take their skills to the next level through a variety of leadership positions in our schools.

Thales Academy is rapidly growing, so the possibilities are endless! The Thales Teaching Fellows program also provides the perfect starting point for enormous success in an array of careers beyond opportunities in education.
Candidates will be interviewed and selected from March 1 – April 30 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
For more information and to apply online, please visit:
Best regards,
Robert L. Luddy

12/18/18 — Thomas Peters, CEO of uCampaign & RumbleUp, is Seeking a Full-Time Executive Assistant

Thomas Peters, CEO of uCampaign & RumbleUp, is Seeking a Full-Time Executive Assistant
Thomas Peters is seeking a full-time executive assistant to help with administrative and logistical tasks and increase the productivity of the executive office. The person must be able to work out of our Foggy Bottom, DC offices 5 days a week. uCampaign / RumbleUp are fast
growing companies and we’re looking for someone who enjoys a faced-paced, tight-knit working environment!
About uCampaign & RumbleUp uCampaign is a platform that makes it easy for clients to build powerful custom apps which engage their supporters and create a trove of valuable data for their wider engagement efforts. Since 2015 we have worked with over 50 organizations in 12 countries including the Republican National Committee, the UK, Canadian and Australian Conservative Parties, the National Rifle Association, Susan B.. Anthony List, Ted Cruz for President, Rand Paul for Senate and Donald
J. Trump for President. Our work was recently profiled in the New York Times :
RumbleUp is the first center-right peer-to-peer texting product. It is an extension of our uCampaign platform but also a standalone product. RumbleUp makes it easy for clients to contact voters because 90% of text messages are opened within 5 minutes. RumbleUp has been adopted by over 150 clients in 2018 who have sent tens of millions of peer-to-peer text
messages for GOTV, fundraising, local and federal lobbying, event promotion and a dozen other use cases. Our work was recently described in National Public Radio :
Key attributes sought
● Excellent writing and verbal communication skills
● Excellent organizational skills
● Excellent computer literacy (Google cloud productivity suite etc.)
● Reliable, punctual and professional
1. Two writing samples
2. 3 references from the past 5 years (at least one professional and one personal reference)
3. Good driving record (not required to own a car but must have a valid license)
● Interested in new technology and the tech start up scene
● Political interest / background a plus
● Experience in professionally assisting a CEO/principal and/or start up experience
Primary responsibilities
● Managing the CEO’s business email
● Managing the CEO’s calendar and professional appointments (including assisting with local transportation)
● Running business errands for the CEO
● Assist the CEO with whatever tasks are needed to run the businesses, including helping other departments occasionally
Salary and Benefits
W-2. Commensurate with experience, with opportunities to increase.
Email your resume and a short cover letter explaining what you would bring to the position to (subject line: “resume”).
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