Job Details

Ozanam Center Program Coordinator
Apr 20, 2021
St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati
Full Time

Organization:      St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati

Job Title:              Ozanam Center Program Coordinator      X Non-Exempt

                                                                                                __ Exempt


Reports To:          Ozanam Center Program Manager (Mo Kelly)

Location:             1125 Bank St, Cincinnati, OH 45214

Status:                 Full-time, Tuesday through Saturday, includes night/weekend work

Contact:               Mo Kelly, Ozanam Center Program Manager


                             512-562-8841 ext. 014

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Scope of Position: The Ozanam Center Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of programming for the Ozanam Center for Service Learning and overseeing the works and development of high-school based chapters of St. Vincent de Paul.  The Program Coordinator is a full-time, Tuesday through Saturday position.  Work weeks will vary seasonally and will include night/weekend work.


Job Responsibilities

Service Learning Center:

  1. Facilitate and support Ozanam Center retreats, workshops and trainings, leading effective group discussions and engaging communal reflections
  2. Assist in developing curriculum addressing current social justice issues, integrating Catholic Social Teaching and Vincentian spirituality
  3. Ensure that all supplies, activities, and community partners necessary for retreats, workshops and trainings are secured
  4. Maintain organization of all Ozanam Center files, electronic and hard-copy
  5. Communicate with primary point of contact for all retreat and workshop groups to share pertinent information and secure all necessary paperwork and financials
  6. Oversee timely follow-up communication with Ozanam Center participants
  7. Support volunteer base to assist with all Ozanam Center retreats, simulations, and workshops


Youth and Young Adult Conferences (chapters of St. Vincent de Paul):

  1. Support existing school-based St. Vincent de Paul Conferences through regular communication and providing resources to sustain their continuation
  2. Collaborate with local universities and high schools to foster the growth of new local school-based conferences
  3. Mentor students partnering with the Ozanam Center and St. Vincent de Paul for capstone and other school-related service learning projects
  4. Develop and support a high school service club


Qualifications:  Minimum of a bachelor’s degree and three years’ relevant experience.  Depth of knowledge of issues of poverty, justice and Catholic Social Teaching; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; an aptitude for communicating orally and in writing; self-motivated; comfort with discussing spiritual life and praying with retreatants; and the ability to effectively relate to people of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds are necessary.


Work Environment: Works both within an office and out of the office – outside in the neighborhood and at local community partner sites. Office Environment – adequately lighted, heated and ventilated.  External – walking around West End and adjacent neighborhoods, as well as visiting various community partner sites; environments vary. Evening and weekend hours required, including flexibility in work hours, as retreat schedules necessitate.


Physical Requirements:  Job duties will be performed both from a desk using standard office equipment and out in the greater community, requiring the ability to walk long distances and stand on feet for long periods of time, and ability to work inside and outside in a variety of weather conditions for extended periods of time.  Travel by automobile is required frequently, including driving program participants in a 15-passenger program van. Ability to operate a computer keyboard; ability to lift and carry 35 lbs; ability to see for purposes of reading printed material; ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels; ability to speak so that others will be able to clearly understand a normal conversation, both in person and over the telephone all necessary. 

Contact Details

Mo Kelly
St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati
513-562-8841 ext. 014