Serve as a team player in the Dismas Ministry business operations to help support the mission. The Communications Coordinator will develop short- and long-term communications strategies that will enhance the organization’s public profile and strengthen relationships with new and existing stakeholders. Working under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the Communications Coordinator will contribute to organization-wide communications, and public relations efforts including print and social media, advertising, and digital fundraising campaigns.
The ideal candidate will be personable and responsible with the ability to grasp the ministry’s mission within the overall mission of the Catholic Church. This individual will help build relationships, foster a sense of team, and promote the mission and values of Dismas Ministry. CLICK HERE for full job description.
- Part-time: 8 – 12 hours/per week
- Flexible scheduling: hours to be determined based on student’s academic schedule
- Location: Milwaukee, WI (Cardinal Stritch University campus)
Application deadline: September 15, 2021
Please send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: Ms. Tyler Curtis, Executive Director, at email@example.com
Dismas Ministry focuses primarily on a spiritual approach with prisoners who want to understand and strengthen their relationship with God. As one of them wrote,
“Prisoners need God and the love of Jesus and Mary as much or even more than the population as a whole.”
We also take to heart the challenge of Jesus in his parable of the last judgment when he identified with the imprisoned,
“I was in prison and you visited me” ~ Matthew 25:36.
Our goal is to serve prisoners in all 50 states with free Catholic scripture, faith and prayer resources.
Despite where they are, prisoners are still members of Christ’s Body and should not be forgotten. As one prisoner said, “We are not animals.” Many will use their time behind bars to reassess their lives, and with God’s help, make amends for the way that they have victimized others. As fellow Catholics, we can walk with them to support their spiritual transformation.
This spiritual approach goes to the very heart of the matter – the need for God in the lives of all who have been affected by crime. In the end, the only true healing is spiritual, as God transforms suffering into victory as He did for Jesus.
Praying with prisoners. Setting the prisoners free!