McAuley Ministries Careers
Executive Director Position
Pittsburgh Mercy and the McAuley Ministries Board of Directors seek interested candidates for the executive director of McAuley Ministries, an executive-level, full-time, and salaried position with exceptional benefits. Interested and eligible candidates are encouraged and invited to apply.
Please send a cover letter, résumé, and salary requirements by October 23, 2020, to Sherry Rivetti, HR talent acquisition specialist at Pittsburgh Mercy. No telephone calls, please.
About McAuley Ministries
Named in honor of Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, McAuley Ministries is the grant-making foundation of Pittsburgh Mercy. McAuley Ministries serves as a catalyst for change, committing resources and working collaboratively to promote healthy, safe, and vibrant communities. Grant-making priorities include health and wellness, community and economic development, education, and capacity-building initiatives for nonprofit organizations which focus on the Hill District, Uptown, and West Oakland, communities historically served by the Sisters of Mercy. McAuley Ministries also provides support to organizations that are sponsored by and/or affiliated with the Sisters. Since its founding by the Sisters of Mercy in 2008, McAuley Ministries has awarded 820 grants and community support totaling more than $36.3 million. It awards approximately $3.5 million in grants annually, making it one of the largest philanthropic foundations in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Our Organizational Structure
McAuley Ministries, Pittsburgh Mercy’s grant-making foundation, is a public charity operating under Section 501(c)(3) of U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code. Pittsburgh Mercy is a member of Trinity Health, serving in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy.
Our Board Composition
The composition of the McAuley Ministries Board of Directors is designed to connect our founders — the Sisters of Mercy — with the very communities they have served proudly and faithfully for more than 175 years.
- 50% of our board members today are Sisters of Mercy.
- 29% of our board members are residents of the Hill District, Uptown, or West Oakland, the primary communities we serve.
Our Grant Making Priorities
McAuley Ministries focuses its grant making on:
- The Hill District, Uptown, and West Oakland, three Pittsburgh neighborhoods historically served by the Sisters of Mercy for more than 175 years.
- Initiatives that advance health and wellness, community and economic development, education, and capacity-building support for local community partners who are on the front lines in those neighborhoods.
- Support to organizations that are sponsored by or are affiliated with the Sisters of Mercy.
Learn More About McAuley Ministries
- Learn more about McAuley Ministries.
- Learn more about who we are, our mission, and our core values.
- Learn more about what we do, our geographic priority, our grant making principles, and our grant programs.
- Learn more about what we fund.
- View our grants awarded.
- View our annual report.
Learn More About Pittsburgh Mercy
- Learn more about Pittsburgh Mercy.
McAuley Ministries and Pittsburgh Mercy are Equal Opportunity Employers.