Employment Opportunities

The following is a list of the current jobs available in the Diocese of Boise. 

1st Grade Instructional Assistant


Under the general supervision of the 1st Grade teacher and school administration, the Instructional Assistant will assist the classroom teacher in the supervision and instruction of students. The Instructional Assistant is responsible to help provide a well-organized, smoothly functional class environment in which students can take full advantage of the instructional program and available resource materials.

Temporary Maintenance/ Janitorial Position

Boise, Idaho

Temporary maintenance/ janitorial help: Oct 1st- Nov 18

$16 hourly: option of 7:30-4:30 (hour lunch break)
Or option of 10:30-3:30

Director of Youth Ministry and Confirmation

Meridian, ID

Holy Apostles Catholic Church is seeking to fill the position of Director of Youth Ministry and Confirmation. This person oversees all aspects of youth ministry programming for students in grades 6-12, including middle school youth ministry, high school youth ministry, and Confirmation preparation.

Applications will be accepted through October 14, 2022.

Finance Administrative Assistant (Accounts Payable)


The Finance Administrative Assistant assists the Director of Finance in providing for the overall financial management of the Diocese, and stewardship of the fiscal resources in support of the mission and goals of the Bishop. The Finance Administrative Assistant serves to assist the Finance Department in timely completion of tasks, and handle accounts payable in a timely and accurate manner.

Parish Bookkeeper


The parish bookkeeper provides key bookkeeping and recordkeeping support for the financial aspects of the parish.

This position provides key financial recordkeeping support of the parish properties, cemetery, and missions to the Pastor, Parish Business Manager and the Parish Finance Council in accordance with diocesan financial policy and procedures.

Service Coordinator - Bilingual


Catholic Charities of Idaho’s Service Coordinators focus on empowering individuals/families to identify and solve their own problems, become self-sufficient, and strengthen their relations with their family and community. Services are individualized through best practice methodologies, including, individual/family assessment, identification of strengths and risk factors, development of the individual service plan, implementation, ultimately working side-by-side to reach the goals individuals/families have identified in their individual plan.