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Employment

Director for El Camino de San Antonio Missions

The Archdiocese of San Antonio is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Director for El Camino de San Antonio Missions.  The director will develop and implement a worldwide pilgrimage program that will provide an opportunity to experience the San Antonio Missions.   This “Camino” will become a major attraction for people coming to San Antonio from other parts of the world as well as an invitation for other parishes in the Archdiocese to walk this pilgrimage.  Overall, the Director will lead the way for people to return to the church and be involved with the church through this new form of evangelization.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in related field and minimum five year’s related experience; excellent verbal and writing skills with experience in technical and legal writing preferred; ability to foster and maintain relationships with peers and stakeholders; work independently with a commitment to providing positive customer service skills; and knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.  Practicing Catholic and Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.

Interested candidates should send a resume and application form to:

Archdiocese of San Antonio

Attn: Director of Human Resources

2718 W. Woodlawn Avenue

San Antonio, Texas 78228

Fax: 210-734-1919

[email protected]

Position open until filled.

Archdiocese of San Antonio Application Form (Download and Save)

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