Application Documents

Diocesan Volunteer Application

Employment Application General

Center for Catholic Life
Helena, MT

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena is seeking a qualified and dynamic professional to join our team as an Accountant. This position reports to the Director of Financial Services and is responsible for keeping our company budgets and financial functions on track with unwavering accuracy.  The successful candidate will have a natural passion for numbers, and a strong understanding of the intricacies of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, and other financial transactions within our organization.  This position plays an enormously important supportive role within Financial Services, keeping our financial outlook bright with precision and proactive measures.

Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, or the equivalent education and experience. Strong analysis and communication skills are also essential. Working with our professional team, this position can be a growth opportunity to expand your basic knowledge of technical accounting skills into a rich accounting career, all while serving the mission of the Catholic Church in Western Montana.

This full-time position is located at the Center for Catholic Life in Helena, MT. Our comprehensive benefit package includes health, dental, vision, retirement, life insurance, and generous paid leave time.

For a complete job description, pay range, and a list of qualifications for the position, click here

Apply by sending your cover letter, resume, and three professional references to This position will remain open until filled, with a first look on November 27, 2023.

Music Director
St. Anthony Parish
Missoula, MT

St. Anthony Parish is looking for a part-time Music Director. The Music Director will work collaboratively with Father Pascal to coordinate music for weekend and holy day masses as well as other parish liturgical celebrations and funerals.

In addition the Music Director shall be responsible for the maintenance of our choir including arranging rehearsals, inviting choir members and scheduling cantors. The Music Director is not expected to attend all liturgical celebrations.

Knowledge of the structure and spirit of Catholic liturgy is essential for this position. The Music Director shall share in the liturgical planning process and assist with attending to copyright issues and reporting. Must be a practicing Roman Catholic and willing to uphold the teachings of the Catholic Church. Must be unbiased toward the Roman Catholic Church and willing to work cooperatively in its endeavors.

St. Anthony anticipates that the working hours for this position will range from 8 to 12 hours per week. Wage will be paid hourly and is dependent on experience and level of responsibilities assumed.

If you are interested, please contact the Parish Office at (406) 543-3129 or speak with Father Pascal.