Available Positions

Executive Director, Dawn’s Place

Dawn’s Place is a non-profit organization that proactively supports women affected by commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) and its abuse by providing services to women and raising awareness through education, prevention, public policy reform and community collaborations. Because we believe that CSE is a violation of human rights and the most extreme form of domestic violence. Dawn’s Place works to improve the lives of women trapped by, or at risk for CSE through providing housing, trauma recovery services, vocational training and other services.

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Land Justice Community Collaborator, Nuns & Nones

The Land Justice community collaborator will join the N&N Land Justice Project in supporting a national movement for land justice, repair, and regeneration. Our project aims to support religious communities to be leading examples within this movement by discerning the future of their properties through a climate and social justice lens, and sharing their stories of success with the world.


Archivist, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Mercy Archives preserves, relates and promotes the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas through professional archival, library, heritage, and records management practices. This full-time position will be an integral part of the Mercy Archives team, and will actively collect, document, preserve and promote Community, organizational, life, and ministry records to tell comprehensively and consistently the story of Mercy. This role engages in outreach, education, and accessibility creation activities to connect users and stakeholders, including reference and research services, exhibitions, heritage displays, and other activities.

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Executive Director, Mercy Spirituality Center

The Executive Director is responsible for all administration functions of Mercy Spirituality Center. The services will be provided with a spirit of hospitality that embodies the charism of the Sisters of Mercy and in accordance with all Sisters of Mercy policies and procedures.


Administrative Services Manager, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

The Administrative Services Manager (ASM) oversees the smooth and efficient operation of the administrative offices of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas (SMA) located in Silver Spring, MD. The ASM will be a leader and working member of a team providing support services to leadership, chief executives, and department directors. The ideal candidate is highly self-motivated, professional, and capable of managing their workload and prioritizing tasks.


Coordinator of Faith Formation, Misericordia University

Under general direction, the Coordinator of Faith Formation works collaboratively with the Campus Ministry Team to provide leadership and direction in fostering the moral and spiritual well-being of the university community in the accomplishment of its educational mission. Campus Ministry is focused on the entire campus population which includes students, faculty, and staff. The leadership of this ministry is coordinated by the Director of Campus Ministry. The leadership style of Campus Ministry is based on a collaborative model and vision of church. Areas of responsibility are guided by the charisms of the Sisters of Mercy-mercy, hospitality, justice and service, the mission of Misericordia University and the teachings of the Catholic Church. Campus Ministry works with people of all faith backgrounds.