Human Resources




Organist/Cantor                                           Posted:  November 24, 2014


St. Stephen Catholic Church in Hamden, CT is seeking an organist/cantor for our recently-acquired Allen Renaissance Quantum organ. 

Duties include planning the music for liturgical celebrations, playing, and singing at all Sunday Masses (4pm vigil, 8:30 & 11:00am) and Holy Days, as well as rehearsing and directing the adult choir.  Additional availability for funerals and weddings is appreciated. 

This position is a part-time position and salary is negotiable. 

Please respond to Fr. Tom Hickey at or call

203-288-6439 for additional information.  



Foodservice Aide/Conference Center Houseperson   

                                                                       Posted:  November 11, 2014

The Archdiocesan Center at Saint Thomas Seminary has an opening for a full-time individual who will perform dishwasher/kitchen steward and conference center duties as well as assist in the preparation of high quality food. 

This position will also be responsible for the set-up and service of the main dining room, resident priests’ dining room, banquet, and conference rooms.

Qualified candidates must have knowledge and skills in the culinary field and be able to operate kitchen equipment and assist in the basic maintenance of the equipment as well as knowledge of food sanitation and safety standards.    The ability to read and understand banquet event orders (BEOs) is essential to this position.  This position will require the ability to lift up to seventy-five pounds.

Excellent interpersonal communication skills as well as the ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of organization and productivity are requirements of the position.    

A high school diploma or equivalent as well as a minimum of three years in the foodservice and/or conference center experience are required.  A food service sanitation and safety certification is preferred.


Interested applicants should submit a resume including salary requirements to:



KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SUPREME OFFICE EXTERNAL POSTING – WEB PROGRAM MANAGER                                           Posted:  November 3, 2014

The Web Program Manager is responsible for the overall day-to-day operation of the Knights of Columbus website ( and its constituent web sites and their respective publications. The role is responsible for managing the publication process for all content and creative elements and aligns all scheduling and the project deliveries for enhancements. The individual in this role is expected to be efficient in developing task calendars and playbooks for execution of web related activities during large-scale events such as annual conventions, local and national events with a Catholic theme and interest, Knights of Columbus organizational meetings and conferences, and similar events.

This role is responsible for researching, confirming, promoting and driving the technical implementation of the latest technical innovations that have a significant effect on the front end presentation and content delivery and maintenance for our sites. This role is also accountable for coordinating the interactions of the eBusiness Department Staff, including publishers, front-end developers and content management teams with the various Information Technology groups for delivery collaboration and alignment.

This role may also be called upon to be the backup for the eBusiness Director role and travel as necessary to assure that we have all the needs for high quality websites met for our constituent organizations.

Applicants for this position should meet the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree, preferably in Communications, Public Relations, Business Administration, or a related field.
  • Five or more years experience in a related role.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams to achieve necessary results.
  • Detailed understanding of the Knights of Columbus operational structures, and principles of the Order.
  • Ability to innovate new concepts for information processing and business activities.
  • Excellent communication skills and good organization, relationship, negotiating, presentation, and leadership skills, as well as problem-solving capability.
  • Demonstrates creativity in developing concepts for web development and deployment.

Applications may be made by sending a cover letter and resume to the Knights of Columbus Human Resources Department at, subject line: Web Program Manager.  You may also apply online via the Knights of Columbus’ LinkedIn career page at




To contact the Human Resources Office:

Karen Kean, Director of Human Resources
Archdiocese of Hartford
134 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Phone: 860-541-6491


Archdiocese of Hartford · 134 Farmington Avenue Hartford, CT 06105 · 860-541-6491 · fax: 860-541-6309