Parish Relationship Manager

The Parish Relationship Manager reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for promoting positive relationships and developing new partnerships with ONE’s core target audiences. These include parish-based leaders, ministry members, and pastoral staff to support the development of effective and sustainable pastoral capabilities in parishes.



  • Create and nurture positive, long-term relationships between ONE and parishes.
  • Proactively engage parish priests, pastoral coordinators, and parish leaders to promote and support their mission to become evangelising and disciple-making parishes.
  • Propose initiatives and programmes for parishes in light of the opportunities and gaps in the areas of evangelisation and disciple-making.
  • Oversee and ensure the smooth running of ONE’s parish engagements and parish initiatives.
  • Develop resources to support parishes in their journey towards becoming evangelising and disciple-making parishes.
  • Grow the network of collaborators to resource parishes for the work of evangelisation and disciple making.
  • Any other matters that the Executive Director may require.



  • At least 5 years of prior experience in parish pastoral environments and programme development.
  • Possess an outgoing disposition and a high degree of personal initiative, with a proven ability to build, develop, and maintain positive relationships with people.
  • Possess effective interpersonal skills under all types of conditions, exhibiting a supportive and positive approach.
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively through a variety of channels, especially face-to-face and including public speaking.
  • A deep passion for the work of evangelisation anchored on a vital personal spirituality.
  • Ability to meet deadlines in a timely and efficient manner.
  • A disposition that is action-oriented, adaptive, and innovative to encourage the new evangelisation in the archdiocese.


How to Apply?

For immediate consideration, please email our HR Manager, Agnes Ngou (, with the following:


Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

Application closes on June 10, 2024.