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Diocese of Limerick hiring a “Pastoral Outreach and Formation Worker”

By Katie Ascough - 10 January, 2020

Essential requirements for the role(s) available include relevant qualification or experience in catechetics, religious education, theology, leadership, pastoral care or youth ministry.

Bishop Brendan Leahy, Bishop of Limerick

The Diocese of Limerick is welcoming applications for the position of a Pastoral Outreach and Formation Worker. One full-time or two part-time roles will be considered.

The Diocese of Limerick is a Catholic community of 60 parishes living and working together in service of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Its geographical area comprises the greater part of County Limerick, part of County Clare and one townland in County Kerry. Eighteen of its parishes are located in the Limerick metropolitan area and environs. Services include the coordination and support of ministry, diocesan archives, pastoral supports, youth ministry, schools’ advisory services and safeguarding across the diocese in a changing environment.

Essential requirements for the role(s) available include relevant qualification or experience in catechetics, religious education, theology, leadership, pastoral care or youth ministry. Flexibility to work evenings and some weekends is required, as is a full, clean driving licence and access to one’s own transport.

The role is offered on a three-year fixed term contract basis. Completed applications can be returned by post or email to: General Manager/Diocesan Secretary, Diocese of Limerick, Limerick Diocesan Centre, St Munchin’s, Corbally, Limerick or [email protected] by the deadline Friday 10 January at 5.00 p.m.

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