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The Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange welcomes your interest in employment opportunities provided by the Congregation.


If you feel called to an employment opportunity to support the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, we would love to hear from you. Please click below to download the application, and email your completed application, resume, and cover letter to


Thank you for your time and interest.

Current Opportunities

Vocation Promotion Assistant

This is a full-time on-site role of a Vocation Promotion Assistant and is located at our Orange, CA office. The Vocation Promotion Assistant will support and assist the Vocation Director with recruiting and promoting new vocations by sharing the history, mission, values, and ministries. The person will need to work closely with other staff members to develop materials for promotion and marketing, lead activities, and maintain accurate data for reporting, as well as collaborating to execute other tasks within the mission of the office.

General Responsibilities:

  • Relate the history, charism, spirituality, mission, and ministries of the Congregation.

  • Work collaboratively with major departments of the Congregation such as Communications, Justice Center, Center for Spiritual Development and St. Joseph Worker Ministry.

  • Plan and implement programs in partnership with the Vocation Team and offer feedback on promotion programs.

  • Promote the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange in parishes, institutes of education, and appropriate events to engage persons in understanding the charism, spirituality, mission, and ministries of the Congregation.

  • Interface with inquirers, youth/young adults using social media approved by the Vocation

  • Director and in collaboration with the Communications Department.

  • Identify and participate in planning and carrying out promotion events both internal and

  • external to the Congregation.

  • Collaborate with Vocation Directors of other Congregations and regional NRVC to sponsor, create, and participate in events and attend meetings as required.

  • Prepare a detailed written report for the Director of Vocations on a quarterly basis, and other reports, both written and oral, as required.

  • Maintain office materials in an appropriate manner

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Roman Catholic woman with an understanding of the many forms of religious life.

  • Ministry experience, including knowledge of Catholic social teaching, social justice issues, and sensitivity to the roles that laity and religious have in the Church.

  • Familiarity with the charism and mission of the Sisters of St Joseph of Orange, and/or an ability to enter into the spirituality of the mission and values of the Congregation.

  • A highly resourceful and collaborative leader, who is creative by nature, and is willing and able to work independently when required.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to articulate ideas and communicate effectively when in public.

  • Strong technological capabilities, experience in social media and ability to make best use of social media outlets in consultation with the Vocation Director and Communication Department.

  • Previous experience in marketing and digital marketing.

  • Planning, administrative, and organizational skills.

  • Flexible, adaptable to changing situations while maintaining confidentiality and personal integrity.

  • Self-aware, with a commitment to personal faith and spiritual growth.

  • Bilginal (Spanish or Vietnaamese) is preferred, but no required.

Administrative Coordinator

Provide administrative and secretarial support as required by the Director. Consistently advise and consult with the Director on matters concerning the efficient operation of the office. Work collaboratively with the Director of the CSJ Educational Network, Assistant Director and support staff. Prepare and monitor activities for volunteer staff.

General Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative support for all events

  • Arrange meetings in consultation with the Director and Assistant Director

  • Reserve and coordinate meeting rooms

  • Plan for all necessary audiovisual equipment for the meeting

  • Negotiate and contract with vendors for a variety of services related to the meetings

  • Monitor services to ensure contract terms are met

  • Coordinate services for meetings/events, food services and setup

  • Coordinate travel arrangements for Principals’ meetings, Advisory Board meetings and others as requested

  • Track statistical information regarding each program, e.g., number of participants, costs, schools participating, evaluation summary, etc.

  • Prepare all materials, handouts, name tags, etc. for all events

  • Creates electronic workshop (Survey Monkey) evaluations for all events to gather statistical data.

  • Tracks and compiles data, distributes results to recipients.

  • Assist in the formulation and documentation of the budget

  • Prepare and process check requests for Director’s approval

  • Keep accurate financial records

  • Process accounts payable​

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, or 5 years’ experience in office administration setting in lieu of degree

  • Experience: Minimum 3 years of office experience

  • Preferred experience: Understanding of or experience with Catholic elementary education and/or M.A. in Pastoral Theology

  • Essential Values-Based, Leadership and Management Competencies:

  • Demonstrates competencies in line with the four core values that are the foundation of all activities performed by employees in order to achieve the mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph

  • Dignity: Demonstrates competence in communication, interpersonal relations and leading courageously

  • Excellence: Demonstrates competence in continuous improvement, continuous learning, accountability, teamwork, motivating and developing others, problem-solving and decision making, displaying financial understanding, managing daily operations, and demonstrating business / job specific knowledge

  • Service: Demonstrates competence in focus toward those we serve, adaptability, and shaping change

  • Justice: Demonstrates competence in community orientation, stewardship, and strategic planning and action

Food Service & Utility Worker

Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange is looking to hire a Food Service & Utility Worker to join their Dietary team. This is a Non-Exempt, Full-Time, 40 hours per week position.

The Food Service & Utility Worker will work under direct supervision and maintain kitchen

work areas in a clean and orderly condition by performing the following duties.

General Responsibilities:

  • Ability to scrape food from dirty dishes and washes them by hand or places them in racks or dishwashing machine

  • Ability to wash pots, pans, and trays

  • Ability to sweep and mop kitchen floors

  • Ability to wash worktables, walls, refrigerators, and other equipment as needed

  • Ability to segregate and remove trash and compost; place it in designated containers/ areas

  • Ability to clean garbage cans and compost bins

  • Ability to transfer supplies and equipment between storage and work areas

  • Ability to set up banquet tables, assist with catering set-ups and pick-ups

  • Ability to deliver and pick up food and supplies to and from dining areas

  • Ability to assist with unloading the delivery of both food and supplies

  • Ability to clean equipment using specific chemicals to ensure sanitary standards

  • Ability to maintain a work pace appropriate to the workload

  • Ability to work variable shifts including evenings, weekends, and holidays

  • Ability to set up stations with breads, condiments and utensils

  • Ability to serve and replenishes food from counters, steam table and breaks down stations at the end of meal periods

  • Ability to clean and sanitize workstations, counters, steam tables and other equipment

  • Ability to brew coffee and tea

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers/patients

  • Ability to effectively communicate with coworkers

  • Ability to lift, push and pull up to 40 lbs.

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Willingness to be open to learning and growing.

  • Maturity of judgment and behavior.

  • Maintains high standards for work areas and appearance including fingernail length and cleanliness.

  • Must be able to work weekends, and some holidays.

  • Attends work and shows up for scheduled shift on time with satisfactory regularity.

  • Presents self in a highly professional manner to others and understands that honesty and ethics are essential

  • Ability to communicate with co-workers and other departments with professionalism and respect.

  • Ability to read, write, and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.

Team Lead, LVN, RN

Within the framework of the Operational Philosophy and Goals of the Special Care Unit, organizes the activities of the Nursing Team for the shift in such a manner as to achieve competent and safe nursing care while respecting the uniqueness of each resident.  The Team Leader is responsible for the performance of the nursing care team for the shift.

Essential Functions:

  • Works with the Administrator & RN Supervisor to ensure that the Mission and Values of the CSJ Sisters and St. Joseph Center are implemented into the care that is provided to all patients (residents) at Regina Residence.

  • Is knowledgeable about the health status & care needs of each patient and addresses these needs based on the person-centered care philosophy.

  • Administers medication and treatments in a safe and timely manner.

  • Implements physician’s orders for each patient with accuracy, thoroughness and understanding and in accordance with pharmacy policy.

  • Responds professionally, swiftly, and appropriately in the event of an emergency (i.e. medical emergency, fire, earthquake).

  • Documents summary of patient’s condition as needed and on a regular basis in patient’s chart.

  • Communicates changes of condition to the appropriate individual(s) (i.e. RN Supervisor, POA, next of kin).

  • Organizes, coordinates, and supervises the nursing care team (CNA’s) to provide quality nursing care and ensures that call lights are answered in a timely manner (<5 minutes

EVS Housekeeper

This position reports to the EVS supervisor. The general responsibilities of the position include those listed below but Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange may identify other responsibilities of the position.

General Responsibilities

  • Perform miscellaneous cleaning tasks daily as directed by supervisor.

  • Participate in general cleaning project at Regina Residence and other campus locations as

  • directed by supervisor.

  • Participate in other campus general cleaning projects.

  • Perform specialized upholstery cleaning as directed by supervisor.

  • Clean EVS cart and resupply daily.

  • Keep storage closets organized and notify supervisor of any supply needs.

  • Manage trash disposal in accordance with campus environmental standards for regular

  • trash, recycle and compost materials.

  • Complete any payroll edits or Requests for Time Off and submit to EVS supervisor in a

  • timely manner.

  • Attend department staff, safety, and in-service meetings.

  • Keep supervisor informed of supply needs.

  • Report any maintenance and safety issues to Operations.

Position Qualifications:

  • Willingness to be open to learning and growing.

  • Maturity of judgment and behavior.

  • Maintains high standards for work areas and appearance.

  • Maintains a positive attitude.

  • Ability to work a flexible schedule.

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