Ad Salesperson – Curia

The Messenger, the Diocese of Covington’s official newspaper, seeks a full-time ad salesperson beginning July 1, 2018. The successful candidate will be a practicing, knowledgeable Roman Catholic who will be an excellent representative of the newspaper and the diocese. The successful candidate will be ready to embrace the mission of the diocesan newspaper, has some previous sales experience, works well as a team member, is attentive to detail, and will be energetic in serving existing customers as well as expanding sales to new customers. Interested candidates are asked to e-mail a letter of interest and a résumé outlining sales experience and other qualifications to Stephen Koplyay at

Cafeteria Manager – St. Catherine of Siena

The School Food Services Office of the Diocese of Covington Department of Catholic Schools seeks candidates for the full-time position of Cafeteria Manager at St. Catherine of Siena School ( in Ft. Thomas, Ky. The Manager’s primary responsibilities involve overall supervision of the local program and staff, under the direction of the Diocesan School Food Services Office. Regular duties include preparing lunch, ordering food, tracking inventory, running the register, and other food service-related tasks. The schedule follows the school day and year. Required qualifications include strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Interested individuals may email or fax a brief resume and cover letter to Jackie Kaiser at, fax 859/392-1589.

Young Adult Ministry Coordinator

The Diocese of Covington Office of Catechesis and Formation invites qualified individuals to apply for the new position of Young Adult Ministry Coordinator. Primary responsibilities will include developing and maintaining ministry that actively wins young adults over to the Catholic faith, assists them in continually building up their knowledge and practice of the faith, and inspires them to become actively involved, especially at the parish level. Candidates must be actively-practicing, faith-filled Roman Catholics, with exceptional interpersonal skills and with a thorough knowledge of and familiarity with the Catholic faith, its practices, and its organizational structure. Requirements include at least a Bachelor’s degree in Theology or Religious Studies, along with several years of responsible experience in youth, young adult, or campus ministry. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest along with a detailed resume, compensation history, and at least five references with contact email addresses to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR,, or by fax or mail to 859/392-1589, 1125 Madison Avenue, Covington, KY 41011-3115.


St. Stephen Catholic Cemetery in Ft. Thomas, Ky. has an immediate need for full-time Groundskeepers. Primary responsibilities include the many labor-intensive tasks associated with interments, maintenance, repair, construction, cleaning, and operation of the Cemetery’s facilities and grounds. Previous experience operating power equipment is preferred. Interested individuals should contact Stephen Koplyay, SPHR by email or by fax at or 859-392-1589. EOE.

Weekend Manager – Parish Kitchen

The Parish Kitchen ministry of the Diocese of Covington’s Catholic Charities needs two Weekend Managers to help manage and serve as part of a two-person team. Depending on availability, a Manager could be scheduled as little as once a month to as much as four or five times per month on a Saturday and/or Sunday. Hours of work on the weekend are 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Weekend Managers work directly with the local poor providing a hot meal and warm hospitality. Prior experience in food service, pastoral ministry, or social work is a plus. For more information visit  Candidates interested in the position of Weekend Manager should contact Stephen Koplyay, SPHR by email at, or by fax at 859/392-1589. EOE

Jail Ministry Coordinator

The Diocese of Covington’s Catholic Charities is looking for qualified individuals interested in serving as Jail Ministry Coordinator. The position is approximately 16 hours per week, including some evenings, and requires a practicing Roman Catholic with a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field and some experience in pastoral ministry. Preferred qualifications include a familiarity with community resources in Northern Kentucky, good communication skills, a calm demeanor, and the ability to establish and maintain boundaries. Duties include leading and working with advisory committees and support groups serving the incarcerated, the newly –released, their families, as well as victims and their families. Qualified individuals should send a letter of interest along with a resume, including salary history and the contact email address of at least three references to Stephen Koplyay at, or fax to 859/392-1589.