Looking for Work?

Brandon Vogt writes:

I don’t typically send mass emails like this, but since I know many people are looking for work, here’s a great opportunity in the realm of Catholic new media.

Logos Bible Software is searching for a tech-savvy Catholic to help with sales and marketing. See the attached job description for more details.

If you’re interested, please contact Andrew Jones:

Andrew Jones, Ph.D.

Director of Catholic Products

Logos Bible Software

360-527-1700 x5195


Verbum Sales and Marketing Manager

Logos Bible Software’s Catholic division (Verbum) is looking for a talented person to lead our sales and marketing efforts.


  • Assess and understand the individual and institutional marketplace.
  • Formulate and execute sales strategies.
  • Manage the sales team.
  • Formulate and execute marketing strategies and campaigns.
  • Manage the marketing team.
  • Formulate customer training, support, and account management systems.
  • Seek out and hire talented employees.
  • Coordinate with our product development and business development teams for success in the marketplace.

Basic Qualifications

  • Thorough understanding of the Catholic marketplace.
  • Understanding of Catholic theology.
  • Sales aptitude and experience.
  • Marketing experience.
  • Management experience.
  • Understanding of the use of technology in education.
  • Understanding of adult education and sacramental preparation programs and trends.
  • Understanding of the Church’s institutional organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to conceive of and coordinate projects involving many tasks and many people.
  • Ability to travel.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience using the Logos (or Verbum) applications

This is a full-time position in our offices in downtown Bellingham, Washington. Logos Bible Software is a strong, growing company that offers a comprehensive benefits package including healthcare, dental care, and 401(k).

Please send a résumé and/or cover letter to jobs@logos.com or by fax to 360-527-1707, with “Catholic” in the subject line.

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