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Catholic Diocese of Dallas

General Summary of the Position
The Coordinator of School and Community Partnerships is responsible for working with the various constituency groups within the diocese, ensuring successful event planning and maintaining the appropriate connections with school and community groups in the greater diocesan area.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Position
The position has the following essential duties and responsibilities:
• Serve as the point of contact and initial vetting vehicle for groups, organizations and schools that would like to partner with the diocese and / or CSO.
• Coordinate and plan events, including celebrations, principal meetings, cross-school activities, and other gatherings that advance the mission of the CSO.
• Coordinate data collection and reporting from the various school constituencies, as required by either Associate Superintendent or the Superintendent
• Manage and facilitate the Cristo Rey work study program, including direct oversight of Cristo Rey student employees. Lead Liaison between the CRCWSP and the Diocese of Dallas. Train and mentor students to work in a professional environment and teach work ethics and accountability. Provide Mid-year and End of year performance evaluations. Communicate any areas of concern or issues with the CRCWSP.
• Coordinate the various events and cross-school activities sponsored by the CSO or that are hosted diocesan-wide (spelling bee, religion bowl, etc.)
• Strategically develop customer service responses and training for the local sites.
• Serve as the liaison between parents and schools when there is a concern or complaint to de-escalate and resolve the matter.
• Provide Administrative Assistant support to the Associate Superintendents. Create agendas, schedule school visits, coordinate meetings with ACE Teachers, etc.
• Create, update, and maintain CSO forms and checklists. Track and File CSO forms; communicate with school administrative assistants and administrators to request missing data or forms.
• Update and Maintain the CSO Employee Portal Site and other CSO websites.

Position Requirements

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Exceptional written and oral communication skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and sources of information
• Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite of applications
• Strong ability to work in a dynamic team environment
• Ability to understand the strategic importance of partnerships and how to leverage them for CSO successes across the diocese.
• Ability to manage several relationships with local sites
• Strong attention to detail
• Ability to coordinate and plan small to large events, from beginning to end
• Bilingual-Fluent in Spanish and English
• Strong interpersonal, consulting, and communication skills and the ability to build collaborative relationships.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills.
• Ability to stay within a budget and use cost-effective measures to ensure a successful event.

Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Experience in customer service / related field preferred

Special Requirements:
• Flexibility of schedule, including early mornings, some nights and weekends (with notice)


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