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dove 2Reporting to the Congregational Leader the Vocation Animator promotes the Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph of Toronto, outlining the history, mission and values, present structure and ministries with a view to promoting the life and ministry of the Sisters and inviting others to join with them as Consecrated Religious, Associates, and/or Volunteers.

Key Responsibilities

  • Become well versed in the history, spirituality mission and ministry of the Congregation;
  • Work collaboratively with major departments of the Congregation such as Communications, Associates, Volunteers, Faith Connections and Ministry of Social Justice, Peace and Care of the Earth;
  • Serve as Chair of a Vocation Animation committee to plan, implement, and evaluate promotion programs;
  • Promote the Congregation in parishes, post-secondary institutes of education, and appropriate events to engage persons in the vision of the charism, spirituality, mission and ministries of the Congregation;
  • Able to asses, with contacts their sense of call and how they can best use their gifts and desires to participate in the life and ministry of the Congregation.
  • Identify and participate in planning and carrying out promotion events both internal and external to the Congregation;
  • Collaborate with Directors of other Congregations to sponsor, create and participate in events, attending meetings as required;
  • Prepare a detailed written report for the Congregational Leader quarterly, and other reports, both written and oral, as required;
  • Prepare for ministry e.g. workshops, conferences, and professional development, and make arrangements for all participating in conferences and events;
  • Maintain accurate and confidential files, keeping office and materials in an appropriate manner, while managing the ministry expenses and budget.

Qualifications and Personal Attributes

  • Roman Catholic with a degree in a relevant field e.g. Religious Studies, Psychology, Theology, or Education. Courses in Spiritual Direction an asset.
  • Ministry experience, including extensive knowledge of Catholic Social teaching, awareness of social justice issues, and sensitivity to the roles that laity and religious play in the Church.
  • Familiarity with the charism and mission of the Sisters of St Joseph of Toronto, and/or an ability to enter into the spirituality and mission of the Congregation.
  • A highly resourceful and collaborative leader, who is creative by nature, and is willing and able to work independently when required.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to articulate ideas and communicate effectively when in public.
  • Strong technological capabilities, able to make best use of social media outlets.
  • Superior planning, administrative and organizational skills.
  • Sound judgement, flexible, exercises a common sense approach, while maintaining confidentiality and personal integrity.
  • Self-aware, with a commitment to personal faith and spiritual growth.

The successful candidate must be able to work some evenings and weekends when required. A valid driver’s licence and access to an automobile would be considered an asset.

Please apply in writing by May 10, 2021. Resumés may be faxed 416-429-7921 or emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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