Dear SCB Families,
We are pleased to announce the addition of a new position within our parish staff.  The world around us is constantly changing and it behooves us as a parish community to be proactive in meeting those changes. In particular, it seems harder and harder as years goes by to engage both the faithful and those in need of faith about the wonderful things that are
happening here with the St. Charles Borromeo family. While we continue to be hard at work educating children in the faith, serving the needs of the poor, and worshipping God, such efforts may be unconsidered by the people we are trying to reach.

Because of this, we are pleased to announce the creation of a new, part-time position of Marketing Director for St. Charles Borromeo parish. Responsibilities would include doing marketing for our school as well as parish events like the Carnival. While many aspects of this job can be accomplished offsite, occasional onsite presence would be needed, especially for particular events such as the school’s Open House. The time commitment should be roughly 20 hours a week. Please see the job description for more detail about responsibilities and skills needed.

While I’d love to offer a fulltime position and a salary that is competitive with Fortune 500 companies, the reality is a part-time position fits better with our current needs and abilities. I envision that this opportunity will appeal to the likes of someone looking to increase their experience in the marketing field, as well as someone who has taken a break from a marketing career but is looking to reengage with it at a more manageable time commitment. Additionally, the opportunity to work in a faith filled environment and helping to build up engagement in the faith for others should be an exciting prospect for many. If you or someone you know might be interested, please consider applying for the position. Interested candidates are asked to submit their résumé and/or portfolio to Father Dan at the Parish Office or email dkirk@pcscb.com.
Peace and Goodness,
Fr. Dan