Whatever you eat, whatever you drink, whatever you do at all – do it for the glory of God - Corinthians 10:31
The Diocese of Providence, comprised of more than 250 corporate structures, is an equal opportunity employer that seeks qualified, dedicated employees.
Diocesan and parish employment opportunities are posted at the bottom of this page
All employees share in the mission that Christ entrusted to the Church: to spread the Gospel, to serve our brothers and sisters, and to build up the body of Christ which is the Church. All employees are expected to respect, appreciate, and uphold the teachings, principles, legislation, policies and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church in both word and example. Each Diocesan employer is committed to providing a work environment that promotes spiritual as well as personal growth and ensures equitable treatment of all.
Individuals interested in working for a Diocesan employer may apply directly to the parish, agency or office that interests them. Vacancies are routinely advertised in the Diocese’s Rhode Island Catholic newspaper, as well as regional and community newspapers. Applicants may also contact the Diocesan Office of Human Resources to discuss open positions and the necessary qualifications.
Applicants and employees are assured of equal opportunity in employment recruitment, placement, promotions, demotions, layoffs, training, compensation and all other conditions and terms of employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or veteran status.
Areas in which the Office of Human Resources ice provides on-site consultation and support include but are not limited to the following:
Employee Performance Management
Job and Salary Administration
Other Personnel Support Services
In addition to the support services listed above, the office facilitates the activities of the Internal and External Lay Personnel Advisory Committees. These two committees provide review and counsel to the Bishop on matters pertaining to employee benefit and salary administration, organizational realignments, job grading and promotions.
Lastly, the Office of Human Resources provides comprehensive support to a number of diocesan agencies that are more complex in nature.