Hispanic Communications Coordinator

Archdiocese of Milwaukee

The first priority of the central office administration is to support parishes and schools. Everything we do focuses on serving the people of God through our parishes. The second role is helping parishes do the things that they can not do by themselves. Central office leaders provide resources, leadership and support to allow parishes to offer ministries they would otherwise not be able to provide because of lack of resources or expertise. Third, the central offices exist to make sure there is a structure in place to work in areas that would otherwise be left unattended or fall through the cracks, including providing a voice for the voiceless in our society. Lastly, the central administration of the archdiocese provides leadership, most notably through pastoral and spiritual example and teaching of the archbishop and auxiliary bishops.

The Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center is the main office for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.


Position Details

Hispanic Communications Coordinator
Southeast Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI

The Communication Office promotes and preserves the integrity of the mission of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee through bold and effective print and digital publications. The Communication Offices assists the other central offices in producing and disseminating information and resources to parishes, schools, and all those to whom the archdiocese ministers. The Communication Offices also handles all official correspondence for the Office of the Archbishop and interactions with the press and general public.

The Hispanic Communications Coordinator position provides support in all areas of the communication office operations with specific focus on Spanish language communications. The coordinator for Hispanic communications will implement a strategic approach to communicate with the Hispanic Catholic population in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

1. Implement Communications with the Hispanic Community in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee

2. Spanish Radio Broadcasting and español webpage

3. Provide Direct Translation Services

4. Collaborate with Communication Staff to Support Office Objectives

A bachelor's degree and two to five years of experience in a communication office setting is required. Experience working in a Catholic parish and/or school is desirable. Must be bi-lingual in Spanish and able to translate on a college level. Experience in radio broadcasting – leading a project from script to final product.

Experience with working in a non-profit organization preferred. Knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church is preferred. Proficiency in Adobe Audition, as well as Microsoft Office Suite. Should also be familiar with basic html and web applications. Must possess a valid driver’s license. Active participation in a Catholic parish is preferred. It is expected that the individual who is hired to fill this position will not speak on behalf of any other organization while a member of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Communication Office staff.

3 weeks vacation after 90 days, other benefits available first of the month following 30 days of employment. Minimum of the salary is $44, 812.

« Back