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Are you looking for a new career?

We’d love to have you become part of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods staff! You can find a variety of positions available with the sisters. And, many of the people who come to work for the Congregation stay for many years, because they like the atmosphere, meaningful work and camaraderie.

Who are the Sisters of Providence?

The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods are a Congregation of nearly 350 Roman Catholic women religious (sisters) who serve in a variety of ministries throughout the U.S. and Asia. Our motherhouse is located at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., on 1,200 beautiful wooded acres, just northwest of downtown Terre Haute.

Saint Mother Theodore Guerin founded the Congregation in 1840 and the sisters live out her legacy of furthering God’s loving plans by devoting themselves to serving others through works of love, mercy and justice.

Persons who join the staff of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods and its sponsored ministries partner with the Congregation to carry forth its mission.

Employment with the Sisters of Providence

Sisters of Providence is an equal opportunity employer by choice. As a non-profit organization, we offer competitive salary commensurate with experience and a variety of benefits. Job openings are posted here. Each position has its own specific job requirements and deadlines for application.

Providence Health Care (PHC) is a ministry of the Sisters of Providence. PHC employment opportunities can be accessed here.

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Current openings

Clerical Associate

The Clerical Associate provides support primarily for the Advancement Services Manager and secondarily for and for advancement operations. This involves data entry, mailings, filing and special events.

Executive Director Mission Advancement

The Executive Director will be a positive force in inspiring the Congregation in a unified vision and culture  of philanthropy to support and sustain their mission. This will require a high degree of “emotional  intelligence”, inclusivity, sensitivity and diplomacy combined with demonstrated success in raising  significant philanthropic revenue.

Reporting to Council, the executive director leads a 10-person advancement team focused on engaging  donors and raising significant philanthropic revenue through marketing/communications, donor and  volunteer engagement, annual giving, planned giving, major gifts, stewardship, data processing and  advancement operations.