Coworker, Ministry & Volunteer Opportunities
Assistant to Treasurer/Chief Administrator
Glenmary seeks an individual to provide administrative and/or clerical support to the Treasurer/Chief Administrator. Includes but not limited to: preparing information and schedules on fleet and payroll for auditors, assignment and disposition and maintaining records of Society vehicles, maintain information on all bank accounts, reviewing, acknowledgements and follow-up to attorneys of bequest/trust activities, assist in budgetary process, track corporate filing requirements, maintain Notary Commission designation, assist in administration of commercial insurance program, review medical bill and insurance statements of members/students, maintain state tax records and prepares tax returns, maintains payroll records and processes payroll information and prepares journal entries for payroll and retirement contribution. Excellent writing skills and computer knowledge are necessary. Must be able to take direction and do necessary correspondence for all activities in the office. Familiarity with the Catholic Church preferred.
Excellent writing and interpersonal skills and computer knowledge are necessary. High school required, some college preferred. Accounting knowledge required. Six years of practical experience required two of which were in a position at a comparable level. Accepting resumes until July 10, 2017. Please send resumes and salary requirements to: Treasurer/Chief Administrator, GHM, P.O. Box 465618, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 or e-mail: Mike Schneider. No phone calls please.
Long-term Volunteers sought
Glenmary Home Missioners is seeking five individuals to serve as long-term volunteers, aka Mountain Managers, at the Glenmary Group Volunteer program site on Joppa Mountain in Grainger County, Tenn.
Mountain Managers live on site and serve terms from three to 24 months with negotiable starting dates and breaks for Christmas and summer. Duties include: overall supervision and leadership of volunteer groups; Planning and coordination with local directors of programs for weekly activities; Renovation and rehab projects for those in need in Union and Grainger counties; Meal planning, preparation, clean-up for groups of 12-35; Purchasing food and household supplies; Sale and inventory control of program memorabilia; General maintenance and upkeep of volunteer facility; Manual labor at building/renovation sites; Nursing home visitation; Community outreach; Environmental protection and landscaping.