Certified Nursing Assistant
Title: Trained direct Staff/CNA/Caregiver
**Provide a variety of non-medical services that will allow the Benedictine Sisters who are living in St. Joseph Court to be able to live their lives in a positive, healthy, and dignified way.
Reports to: Infirmary Administrator/ Elizabeth Peters
Duties, Responsibilities and Functions
Including but not limited to the following:
Work with daily plan of care as well ADL’s
Toileting and/or cleaning incontinence issues
Answer call lights
Bathing, Dressing, and undressing
Assisting with daily hygiene
Preparing and Serving meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, as well as water and snacks)
Cleaning kitchen after all meals are serviced
Helping all of the Sisters in St. Joseph’s Court with walking w/walkers and/or canes, using their wheelchairs in and outside the Infirmary
Observing and reporting daily conditions of Sisters in St. Joseph’s court/ normal as well as abnormal
Helping with activities, art & crafts, chair Yoga, and attending to get to daily prayers/mass
Light housekeeping/ cleaning up after meals/ making beds/ changing linens/washing/drying/ and putting away clean laundry
Providing medication reminder as needed
Assisting Sisters in St. Joseph’s Court with daily exercises/ daily walks outside (weather permitting) as recommended by their health care providers
Providing companionship and conversation
Transferring and range of motion
Performing other reasonable/duties as assigned and/or per request
Working side by side with the RN & LPN for daily care plan
Pleasant and courteous interactions with all Sisters and personnel
Must be able to lift, move and assist in moving Sisters from beds to chairs, etc.
with NO restrictions
Must have experience of at least 2-3 years
CPR training is a plus
Please email your resume to email@example.com
Title: Communications Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Development
General Job Description
Responsibility for the overall communication functions of St. Scholastica Monastery.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Develops and implements strategies for good communication with all monastery constituencies (sisters, oblates, alumnae, donors/friends) and tracks communication trends. Communication venues include email, social media, website, magazine/annual report, Livestream, and public relations:
1. EMAIL: Direct the email program that includes a monthly e-newsletter, reconcile new email subscribers and respond to those who unsubscribe.
2. SOCIAL MEDIA: Coordinate the development and upkeep of all social media (currently Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube) for the monastery, as well as photography for events. This includes daily scripture reflections, daily posts, promotion of events, and social justice issues.
3.WEBSITE: Act as webmaster for the monastery, performing updates, edits, additions, deletions, etc. On a weekly basis, this includes posting the Sunday reflection and on-demand news updates. Create and promote events for the Monastery on the website (and other media) and coordinate registration forms and registrations.
4. MAGAZINE/ANNUAL REPORT: Manage, design, write, or recruit writers, and edit
the bi-annual newsletter and annual report. Pull mailing list. Work with the printer.
5. PUBLIC RELATIONS: Handle all external advertising and public relations for the
monastery, including press releases, graphic design for ads in Catholic press, preparing talking points, arranging interviews, etc.
6. LIVESTREAM: Manage and operate the equipment to run live stream services in
St. Scholastica Chapel, e.g. feast day, jubilee, and funeral Masses as well as other program offerings.
Maintain the brand guide, create an annual communications plan based on the brand
guide, and create a communications calendar. Track analytics on a monthly basis and keep reports for Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Constant Contact Email, and website.
Assist the Director of Development with events including the annual SSA Chicago Alumnae Reunion, Testimonial Dinner, and Donor Appreciation Liturgy.
Assist the Benedictine Sisters of Chicago with spirituality and educational programs/events where appropriate (annual oblate lecture, Laudato Si events, etc.).
Design, provide copy, and coordinate assorted printed materials. Create communications and development packets for all spirituality programs.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, or a related field is required.
At least 1-2 years of demonstrated job-related experience with a non-profit organization.
Exceptional communication skills (verbal, written, interpersonal).
Excellent computer skills including familiarity with word processing, spreadsheets, and various
desktop publishing tools.
Skills in maintaining mainstream social media platforms and digital photography.
Strong time management and organizational skills.
Proven accuracy and attention to detail.
Ability to protect the confidentiality of all information and effectively communicate with multiple stakeholders.
Please email your cover letter and resume to Director of Development, Joanne Spata, firstname.lastname@example.org