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Employment Opportunity – Associate Director29 Apr

The Catholic Conference of Kentucky (CCK), located in Frankfort, is the official public policy agency of Kentucky’s four Roman Catholic Dioceses. Its mission is to represent the Church and the state’s Catholic Bishops to elected officials and government agencies at the local, state and national levels.

The associate director assists the executive director with communication efforts to secular media, state and federal agencies, and legislative and executive branches; monitors state and federal actions on issues of concern to the Conference; helps coordinate committee activities, and assists with maintaining a close working relationship with constituents.

Applicants for the position must be an active and committed Catholic, possess a working knowledge of Church doctrine, familiarity with the legislative process and government; ability to work with diverse groups and possession of excellent speaking and writing skills. A Masters level degree in relevant areas or Juris Doctor degree is preferred.

Interested candidates should submit their resumés and other relevant documentation on or before June 15, 2014 to jobs@ccky.org or by mail to Catholic Conference of Kentucky, 1042 Burlington Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601.

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