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Vatican sedevacante

Vatican sedevacante

Post Date:  03/01/13  Job Title:  Bishop of Rome (also Pope, Pontifex Maximus, Vicar of Christ, Servus Servorum Dei, etc.)

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 Location: Holy See, Vatican City State
 Requirements: Baptized (Catholic), male gender, Cardinal’s hat preferred. Ability to speak Italian and at least two other European languages desirable. Reading knowledge of Latin useful. Administrative experience a plus. Personal holiness ditto.
 Responsibilities: Give direction to all firm’s activities. Restructure and modernize home office. Enforce upper management accountability and improve work environment for middle management. Devise cutting-edge strategies for asset protection and to ensure sufficient personnel to provide clients with essential services. Make firm doctrinally comprehensible to clients and non-clients alike. Employ keys to bind and loose on earth and in Heaven. Occasional travel.
 Contact: Conclave 2013
 Executive Recruiter: Holy Spirit
 Firm / Company: Roman Catholic Church
 About the Company: We are a traditional religious firm with more than 1 million employees serving a client base of over 1 billion souls. We are looking for a chief executive who can oversee state-of-the-art messaging to improve our corporate image, which over the past decade has been somewhat tarnished by disclosure of management shortcomings. The CEO will face the challenge of taking advantage of new growth opportunities in the developing world while limiting downside impact of shrinking market share in our legacy territory. We offer a great work environment for a competent, creative CEO with good communication skills. Our long-term client relationships provide interesting and varied work. We offer a substantial compensation package despite lack of salary: free apartment near worksite plus board; vacation home; transportation wherever; lifetime tenure (if desired) and high-end intangibles. Three weeks vacation at firm expense. Major medical, dental and vision care. Renunciation package (if needed) and performance-based sainthood bonus (posthumous).
 Application Procedure: Email resume to:
 Website Address:
  • Ann

    Are you an equal opportunity employer? Is there room in the work schedule for pregnancy leave? Do you provide child care? I am interested and was “inspired” to inquire. Thank you.

  • Equal opportunity up to a point. No pregnancy leave. Child care for nephews.

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