Job Requests

11/9/18 — Catholic family looking for a live in nanny

Catholic family looking for a live in nanny

We reached out to you a year and a half ago and asked if you could forward on a live in nanny job description for us.  Through your emails, we found our current nanny.  So thank you! She is leaving us in December to resume her education. We are once again in search of a live-in nanny.  We are looking for someone is a practicing, devout Catholic with a love of and experience with children. I have included the job description below, as it posted on and the direct is:

Could we ask you to kindly forward this on again to anyone who may be interested in the position?
Thank you so much for you time,
God bless,
Meg and Chris Sturhahn

11/9/18 — Junior Recruiter/HR Assistant for NEOSTEK

Position Title: Junior Recruiter/HR Assistant
Location: Arlington, VA
NEOSTEK, an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company, is looking for a full-time junior recruiter to support our recruitment efforts. Responsible for sourcing, recruiting, and screening applicants for a variety of positions for NEOSTEK and maintaining a pipeline of potential future candidates. The successful candidate should be friendly, outgoing, and authentically personable.
• Provide full life cycle recruiting: source, screen, interview, negotiate offers and close candidates
• Work closely and build strong working relationships with leadership, corporate staff, project managers, and teams across the organization to understand current and future needs
• Maintain and track candidates through the recruiting lifecycle
• Assist managers in evaluating applicant qualifications and in the selection of the most qualified candidates
• Prepare and extend job offer package to successful candidate and negotiate package, as appropriate and in conjunction with management
• Facilitate and support the new-hire process, including orientation, and support the appropriate and timely processing of new-hire paperwork
• Identify, attract, interview, and recommend placement of candidates for all levels complying with company policy and equal employment opportunity (EEO) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines
• Build a candidate pipeline for key positions and maintain regular contact with possible future candidates
• Other duties as assigned
• 2+ years of HR/recruiting experience OR Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, business, or a related field
• Strong interviewing skills for establishing rapport with candidates and gathering information for hiring decisions
• Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality regarding employee information
• Ability to adapt to changes, delays, or unexpected shifts in priorities while maintaining focus and productivity
• Strong attention to detail
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Knowledge of labor and employment laws preferred
• Prior government contracting recruiting experience a plus
Tools & Technologies:
• Microsoft Office Suite
Mandatory Requirements:
• 1+ years of recruiting experience OR Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, business, or a related field
Educational Requirements:
• Associate’s Degree in Human Resources, business, or a related field
• HRCI or SHRM certification a plus
NEOSTEK, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE): AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Alphonse Bankard
Human Resources Manager
Office: 703-682-6955
Fax: 703-997-6010

11/9/18 — Alumni priest Fr. Christopher Smith ’99 Seeks New Principal for School

Alumni priest Fr. Christopher Smith ’99 Seeks New Principal for School

Principal Job Description
October 25, 2018

Do you want to lead an intentionally Catholic, nationally recognized school that proclaims the Truth, Goodness,
and Beauty of our Faith?

Prince of Peace Catholic Church and School is in search of a principal to uphold and strengthen our spiritual
and academic excellence. As the principal apostolate of Prince of Peace Catholic Church, we collaborate with
families to offer children an integrated Catholic formation in Faith, in Knowledge, in Friendship, for Service. The
mission of Prince of Peace is to share the fullness of the Gospel to all we encounter in our lives by equipping
disciples to create and strengthen a personal relationship with Christ. By the grace of God we are called to
strive for personal holiness, participate fully in the vibrant life of the Church’s Tradition, and transform the
world. Prince of Peace Catholic School exists to bring children and their families closer to heaven by involving
them in our parish-school community. We are a community of intentional disciples of Christ seeking a
covenantal relationship with the parish and school leadership to bring us all closer to our goal of eternal
friendship with God..

Established in 2003, Prince of Peace Catholic School enrolls nearly 150 students prekindergarten through
eighth grade under the guidance and instruction of 30 faculty and staff members. Located in the vibrant
Upstate of South Carolina within the Diocese of Charleston, the encompassing Greenville area offers excellent
arts and cultural scenes, beautiful parks, and nationally ranked colleges and universities. Prince of Peace
Catholic School is a member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and the South Carolina
Independent Schools Association (SCISA) and uses the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective
Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools. Prince of Peace Catholic School is a SACS accredited academic
institution and a United States Department of Education 2014 National Blue Ribbon School.
Reporting directly to the Pastor, the Principal is responsible for establishing and operating all aspects of the
school while embracing the school and parish’s core mission and values.
The position will include responsibilities in the following areas:

❖ Cultivate the traditional spiritual, liturgical, and musical culture of the school
❖ Foster a welcoming, positive environment for faculty, staff, students, and families
❖ Support our school community in the formation of the whole person
❖ Maintain seamless identity and relationship between the parish and school
❖ Encourage and facilitate opportunities for charitable service within the community

❖ Uphold academic excellence and achievements
❖ Ensure compliance with accreditation requirements
❖ Advance differentiated education in the school

❖ Lead, engage, and support all faculty and staff with an intentional approach of servant leadership
❖ Attract and retain dynamic Catholic educators
❖ Direct professional growth goals and manage faculty evaluations
❖ Maintain safety and legal requirements of the Diocese of Charleston
❖ Manage the finances of the school in conjunction with the School Finance Committee
❖ Supervise the daily running of the school and provide leadership to all students, faculty, and staff

❖ Work in tandem with the School Advisory Council
❖ Establish and maintain effective communication with faculty, staff, families, and students
❖ Coordinate and enforce school and Diocesan policies
❖ Actively grow enrollment of the school

Candidate Requirements
❖ Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
❖ Minimum of 5 years classroom experience
❖ Master’s Degree or equivalent
❖ Successful experience in school administration

Salary and compensation will be commensurate with experience and credentials. Candidate should provide a
resume and a written statement of his/her personal philosophy on Catholic education to by January 15, 2019.

Related Links
Prince of Peace Catholic Church
Prince of Peace Catholic School
Visit Greenville

11/9/18 — Office of Natural Family Planning: Coordinator



Title: Coordinator

Grade: 14 (Exempt)

Supervisor: Director, Marriage and Respect Life

Date: February 2009, Feb 2011, July 2018

Purpose and Scope

To support the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix and its mission to help all persons encounter the living Christ, through the Office of Natural Family Planning, this position directs the instruction, support and promotion of Natural Family Planning (NFP), chastity education and related marriage and family life issues.

Essential Job Functions:

• Coordinate NFP focus and programs. Maintain an office that teaches only certified methods of NFP and stays within established USCCB guidelines. Establish criteria for recruitment, screening and training of potential instructors in NFP and chastity education in English and Spanish and other needed languages to ensure program philosophy and standards are both understood and upheld.

•               • Coordinate instructor certification, evaluation, formation, and in-service training to maintain quality of instruction.

•               • Coordinate master schedule of all NFP classes, locations and instructors.

•               • Supervise Office of NFP staff, including staff evaluation and development in consultation with the Director, Marriage and Respect Life.

•               • Promote NFP services through advertising, contacts, newsletters, website articles, speaking engagements, and workshops.

•               • Acts as Bishop Olmsted’s liaison to affiliated leadership and research groups (i.e.. medical professionals, etc.).

•               • Establish and maintain effective communications between the Office of NFP and appropriate people and organizations within the Diocese of Phoenix.

•               • Supervise and coordinate the teaching activities of the diocesan NFP instructors in other NFP methodologies.

•               • Develop and maintain a budget for the Office.

•               • Coordinate maintenance of statistical information for evaluation of the program’s growth and overall effectiveness. Provide necessary reports reflecting program activity, development and effectiveness when required.

•               • Oversee the work of Catholic Academy for Life Leadership.


Additional Job Functions

•               • Perform any necessary job-related tasks deemed necessary and/or assigned by the Director, Marriage and Respect Life.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

•               • Ability to keep abreast of NFP trends, and incorporate new information while maintaining the program’s values and philosophy.

•               • Ability to work under pressure, take initiative, be creative and anticipate solutions to problems; need good judgment in emergency situations and when working with varied personalities and cultures; must be able to work with frequent interruptions.

•               • Basic knowledge and skills in planning, organizing, communicating, administering, managing and training staff and volunteers effectively.

•               • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

•               • Ability to work evenings and weekends as required.

•               • Excellent communication skills.


Minimum Qualifications

•               • BA degree in Science or Theology.

•               • Instructor in one accepted method of NFP.

•               • Three years working experience in a similar position.

•               • Practicing Catholic who lives and supports the teachings of the Catholic Church.


11/9/18 — Various Church Related Jobs

Various Church Related Jobs:


10/23/18 — Caregiver/Companion, Part-time personal assistant: California

Job Description for Caregiver/Companion

Part-time personal assistant

Location:  California

Our daughter Cristina Cecconi, is 31 years old and has a lifelong history of mild developmental disability (cognitively about 9 – 12 years old), seizure disorder since age 12,– controlled with medication, ( last seizure was over 17 years ago) and schizophrenia, since age 19, also controlled with medication. Cristina is pleasant and cooperative, can take care of her own personal hygiene and care. She occasionally suffers from fearful delusions for which she needs support and reassurance, and needs to be distracted when talking to someone who is not there.


Description of duties:

1) Daily supervision of Cristina (Three quarters of job)

  1. Checking she has done her morning routine of hygiene and dressing. She can perform herself, but needs reminders to brush teeth thoroughly, etc.
  2. Administration of medication, which ideally includes basic understanding of meds and dosages, and awareness of adverse symptoms.
  3. Driving Cristina to and from her day program, roughly 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. 2 – 5 times a week.  Free time available to candidate during that time.
  4. Occasionally taking Cristina to and from Dr. appointments.
  5. Supervising Cristina’s after program, evening and weekend activities. This should include supervising her chores, (she’s expected to keep her room picked up, fold clothes, set table, unload dishwasher) as well as providing exercise, and recreational activities.


2) Personal Assistant to Nancy and or John (one quarter of job)

  1. While Cristina is at program, may be asked to do any of the following:
  • Be available for handyman repairs on the house
  • Run errands to grocery store, post office, cleaners, etc.
  • Help with some entertaining tasks, eg. Food preparation,
  • Travel assistance such as making airfare/hotel arrangements.
  • Possible help with babysitting grandchildren, 2 yr old and twin newborns (due 10-9-2018)


Candidate will reside with us in our home (in California) in guest bedroom suite, with bathroom, and have use of our family vehicle for all activities of the job.  Be available to us on a flexible schedule, which will include 5 days a week, including weekend time.  When we are out of town for extended periods (up to 2 weeks), caregiving will be full-time with compensation either financially or with added days off upon our return.


Payment:  $4000 per month, plus medical insurance, and mileage reimbursement.


Holidays: Major holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter off. Others negotiable.  At least two weeks vacation per year.

For more info, contact: Nancy Cecconi at

10/23/18 — Murray & Cavanaugh, P.C., CPAs: Two Part Time Positions

Mike Meredith (class of 1997)

Office Manager/HR Dept.

Murray & Cavanaugh, P.C., CPAs
1901 North Fort Myer Drive, Suite 1100
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Email: , Fax:  703.527.7306

Please post our two (2) job post(s) for part time positions at our CPA firm.
1)    Seasonal Experienced Tax Preparer, part time,
2)    Senior CPA, Tax Preparer, part time, year round, accountant

Senior CPA, Tax Preparer, part time, year round, accountant

Senior CPA, Tax Preparer, in Arlington, VA – 1 Block to Rosslyn Metro.
Local CPA firm has an immediate part time opening for a strong senior CPA, tax preparer and accountant
Preferred accountant with 5-7 years public accounting firm experience.
• Preparation of individual, corporate, partnership and trust income tax returns
• Ability to perform basic accounting and bookkeeping entries
• Working knowledge of QuickBooks or other trial balance accounting systems
• Experience in gathering and organizing client tax and accounting data
• Ability and desire to provide tax research and support as needed
• Desire to maintain tax file integrity and support, through documentation of tax workpapers
• B.S. degree in Accounting; CPA preferred
• Minimum experience of five (5) years with a public accounting firm
• Experience with individual, corporate, partnership and trust income tax returns
• Strong computer skills (MS Office Suite), and Network familiarity
• Knowledge of accounting software, preferably QuickBooks
• Tax preparation software experience – CCH ProSystem Fx Tax software preferred
• Must be able to work independently & to take responsibility to close engagements
• Salary commensurate with experience
Email resume & cover letter (no calls) to: Senior CPA, pt., year round,
– Attach resume/cover letter in pdf format.
Please briefly summarize in your cover letter 1) tax preparation experience 2) tax software used, esp. CCH ProSystem Fx Tax.
Please include home address in resume. Email:, or fax: 703.527.7306;

Seasonal Experienced Tax Preparer, part time,
Arlington, Virginia CPA firm is seeking an experienced part time tax preparer for tax season (February to April 14th, 2019). The position is on-site. We seek a minimum of 20 hours per week but more may be available during the peak of the season. We anticipate a start date of approximately the week of February 18, 2019. There is a possibility of additional hours after tax season. Successful applicant would ideally return for future tax seasons.
• Bachelor’s degree required – major in accounting preferred.
Experience and skills Tax preparer:
• 3+ years preparing individual income tax returns is required. CPA firm experience is highly preferred.
• Experience with CCH Prosystem Fx Tax is preferred.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook with good computer skills.
• Ability to work independently and with a team. Attention to detail and accuracy.
• A background check will be required for those who apply.
• Licensed CPA tax preparer is preferred but not required.
• Ability and desire to provide tax research and support as needed
• May also assist with business, corporate, partnership and trust tax returns.
• Experience with QuickBooks is helpful.
Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
Email resume & cover letter (no calls) to: Seasonal Tax Preparer, part time,
– Attach resume/cover letter in pdf format.
Please briefly summarize in your cover letter 1) tax preparation experience, 2) tax software used, esp. CCH ProSystem Fx Tax.
Please include home address in resume. Email:, or fax: 703.527.7306;

10/23/18 — Home Helper/Driver/Nanny Wanted in Purcellville, Virginia

Home Helper/Driver/Nanny Wanted in Purcellville, Virginia


Are you creative, fun, reliable, and love kids?  We are looking for a helper/driver to assist with childcare for our family in Purcellville, Virginia.  Five of our six children are in school during much of the day; we are looking for help from approximately 11:30 am to 6:30 pm, Monday – Friday.  (Holidays and long weekends can be arranged as needed.)  Household tasks include childcare, driving, light housework/tidying (we also have a weekly deep cleaning maid), some laundry, and some meal preparation/cleanup.  Helper will drive children from their school to home (3 miles) at 11:30 am and 3 pm, as well as share in driving them to some after-school activities (usually very close to home).  Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record (we will provide the car and gas), have authorization to work, be reliable/trustworthy (background check), and be a good communicator.  Room and board can be provided if needed.  Salary dependent on room/board needs and commensurate with experience.   Please contact Heather West at or (703) 919-4684 if interested.  Please provide a resume if available, references, and desired pay range.

10/23/18 — Library Technical Assistant at Divine Mercy University 

Library Technical Assistant at Divine Mercy University 

This is responsible clerical and technical work involving academic support services in the Mary S. Thelen Library of Divine Mercy University. Work involves responsibility for a variety of technical procedures, copy cataloging, maintaining administrative records and files, and complex clerical and typing work.

●    Education: B.A. or B.S. from a regionally accredited college or university;
●    Demonstrated knowledge and experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint;
●    Experience filing, materials/documents organization;
●    Prior customer service and/or work providing services (preferably in an academic setting);
●    Demonstrated experience using Internet and/or online database searching; and
●    Ability to use and troubleshoot computer hardware/software.
●    Two years library-related experience or current graduate student enrolled in an accredited Library Science Program pursuing master’s degree in Library Science, or similar degree; and
●    Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, theology, or philosophy.

Duties and Responsibilities    Est. % Time
Learning Technologies/Resources Support
●    Providing support for the Canvas Learning Management System
●    Providing support for learning resources which are integrated within the Canvas LMS.
●    Providing assistance with and managing Zoom accounts for faculty and staff
●    Providing assistance with electronic setup for classroom use (onsite and online), and equipment for student use.    45%
Library Support
●    Processing library materials for circulation, fines, etc.
●    Maintaining the library collections and facility (shelving, shelf reading, re-shelving, etc.) using the Library of Congress Classification system.
●    Retrieving materials from restricted collections.
●    Assisting patrons in locating, borrowing, and returning materials; and in using library equipment and resources.
●    Locating materials/information for patrons using the Integrated Library System, Library of Congress Classification system, the Internet, and other electronic resources
●    Preparing and maintaining collection lists, records, and files.
●    Answering inquiries of a non-professional nature and refers inquiries requiring professional assistance to a librarian.
●    Collecting and reporting data about patrons as well as library and learning support resource and material usage.
●    Supervising student assistants     45%
Other Duties as Required or Assigned    10%
Total effort    100%


●    Ability to lifts up to 60 pounds, on occasion;
●    Ability to pull or push cart weighing more than 100 pounds.

●    Available to work flexible hours, including weekdays, evenings, and weekends
●    Able and available to open and close the library.

REPORTS TO: Library Director

Part-time, 20 hours per week, paid hourly.

EFFECTIVE DATE:    November 1, 2018

Please send resume and cover letter via email to Jeffrey Elliott, Director of Library Services,