Ramp up your vocation efforts by hiring a good vocation consultant!
Is your vocation work overwhelming?
Don’t have the expertise in today’s complex world of social media and internet advertising?
You’ve probably thought about hiring someone who is savvy in the internet world, but who also knows the Catholic faith, and who knows religious communities as well. That’s why it’s well worth it to find a person, or agency, who has experience in finding qualified candidates for religious communities.
As a vocation director, you seldom have a lot of time for this work. You might be busy with other jobs, or just overwhelmed by learning all there is about this rather technical work. The Internet is constantly changing, and while lots of advice is out there, who has time to sort out which advice is outdated, which promotes conflicting techniques, and which is actually new and innovative? Continue reading
HTML coder needed
Want to earn money part-time doing website work for a Catholic apostolate? Want to help bring in the New Evangelization? We at Vocation Promotion are looking for an HTML coder with tech talents. Our job at Vocation Promotion is to find good candidates to become priests, brothers, sisters and consecrated persons for Catholic organizations, with the use of the internet.
Do you know HTML and FTP? Know the difference between a monstrance and a monastery? Vocation Promotion (run by TreeFrogClick, Inc.) needs an HTML worker who has experience in making changes and updates on static page sites. Photo sizing and cropping ability would be very helpful. (Free online software is available.) You’ll be working on websites mostly of about ten or so pages, for Catholic communities, and sometimes for business clients.
Tasks include adding to the pages of a website, uploading images, and switching over websites from one hosting service to another via FTP.
If you’re interested, we have two other areas of need. One is maintaining Facebook ads for religious communities, and the other is setting up Google survey forms. Continue reading