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Please note: an email address is needed to apply

1. Go to the Diocese of Tucson website:

2. Click on the Employment tab. (This tab is also used for Volunteers) 

3. Scroll down almost to the bottom of page to "Parish Volunteer Opportunities" ; keep      scrolling down till you see St. Joseph - Tucson (school positions are listed separately)

4. Click "Volunteer" , then click the blue box "Apply for this position"

5. Follow the prompts and fill in the required boxes and click Submit.

You will receive an email from the Diocese of Tucson or from St. Joseph Parish with the link; for the online Safe Environment Training.

.Please note that the site works best with Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Brave.

If you need assistance, please contact St. Joseph Parish Office from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm,

 @ 747-3100 OR E-MAIL:

The Diocese of Tucson has rolled  out a new 3-in-1 Safe Environment Program in our Diocese through Catholic Mutual Group (CMG).


The CMG 3-in-1 Safe Environment Program allows all Priests, Religious, Deacons, Seminarians, Employees, Board/Council/Committee Members and Volunteers to use a standard platform across the Diocese to complete the required training, forms, and background check all in one system. This will also allow the Diocese to standardize the clearance memo for all participants, to include clearance for training, forms, and the background check using one document that expires every three (3) years. We no longer have to track three (3) separate dates training date, affirmation date, and background check date.


Response to Signs of Abuse



The Diocese of Tucson under the leadership of Bishop Weisenburger remains committed to protecting our community against all forms of abuse and responding appropriately. The mission of the Diocese of Tucson "Safe Environment Program" is to ensure the safety of children, young people, and the vulnerable who have been entrusted to our care in our parishes, schools, religious education classes, and other programs.

 We pursue this mission in the following ways:

  • By thoroughly screening and supervising all members of the clergy (priests and deacons), as well as all employees and volunteers who work with children and young people and the vulnerable as part of their ministry.

  • By providing appropriate training in recognizing and reporting child/adult abuse to appropriate civil and Church authorities.

  • By holding all members of the clergy, employees, and volunteers who work with children, young people, and the vulnerable to Christ-centered and professional codes of conduct.

  • By following Arizona's Mandatory Reporting laws.


NOTE: effective July 1, 2020, renewals for high-risk volunteers and employees will be required every three (3) years. Paper requests will no longer be necessary or accepted. Requests for renewal of the criminal history check must be submitted by the individual whose clearance is due to expire, no later than 90 days prior to the expiration of the clearance. If an individual’s clearance has expired, the volunteer or employee must re-apply as a new applicant rather than a renewal. This will require the submission of a new fingerprint card for processing since Arizona law now requires the submission of a new card for each request. Renewals will not be expedited. 


Eileen Kuns


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