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Sep 7 17

Christian Brothers Services Fall 2017 Webinar Series

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Christian Brothers Services (CBS) recently announced the 2017 Fall Webinar Series schedule. The schedule features seven different webinars in the areas of management and financial operations, health benefits, retirement planning, risk management and Catholic school management.

The Fall season kicks off with “How to Educate Your Employees on the Value of the Retirement Benefits Your Organization Provides” scheduled for Thursday, September 14. This practical webinar will provide employers with simple but effective ways to communicate the importance of employer-sponsored retirement benefits to their employees, including how to simplify complex terms, set saving goals and much more.
Understanding budget and financial reports can contribute to ensuring a schools financial stability and operational vitality is an important concept for Catholic school leaders to understand, which is why our Fall lineup includes the webinar, “Beyond the Catholic School Budget. How to Use Your Budget to Ensure Operational Vitality.” This webinar will provide an overview of some of the key financial metrics needed to perform a proactive analysis of a school’s financial position and identify key indicators to inform the strategic decision making process.


On October 19, the webinar “Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct in the Workplace” will be held. This two hour webinar which meets the mandatory training requirement in many states, is presented by an attorney specializing in employment law and will utilize real-life scenarios and examples to illustrate different points.


To view the full 2017 Fall Webinar Series offerings, visit the CBS Educational Resources webpage at You will be able to register for all upcoming webinars, as well as view any of the past webinars in the On Demand section. All webinars take place on Thursdays at 1 p.m. Central time and are free to Christian Brothers Services members and clients of Catholic School Management and BMT, both divisions of Christian Brothers Services.

Sep 7 17

Christian Brothers Services Acquires BMT

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Christian Brothers Services (CBS) is pleased to announce its acquisition of Brenner, McDonagh & Tortolani, Inc. (BMT) as of August 1, 2017.

BMT serves 230 religious institutes and many sponsored ministries in need of assistance with the management of daily operations including accounting and financial management, benefits eligibility management, human resources, investment consulting and planning.

The acquisition enables Christian Brothers Services to be a premier provider of consulting services to faith-based organizations. BMT will now function as a new and independent division of Christian Brothers Services. BMT staff includes approximately fifty highly trained and experienced professionals, which will now join the Christian Brothers Services employee team. BMT will maintain its personnel and various office locations. The mission, vision, and quality of service of BMT will remain the same as when it was founded in 1972.

“The BMT team has always recognized that our two organizations have compatible and harmonious respective missions. As a leader at BMT, I am pleased that our ability to provide excellent professional and customized services will be enhanced by this relationship as we maximize our capabilities and infrastructure. In joining Christian Brothers Services, BMT is now positioned for even more success. I am enthusiastic about the future for BMT and its clients,” explains John Tortolani, founding partner at BMT.

“BMT’s sound and professional services match our ministry perfectly. You can count on Christian Brothers Services and BMT to continue meeting the needs of faith based organizations. Together, we will continue to meet the business needs of Church organizations through creative thinking, embracing change and innovation. We take pride in nurturing a strong organizational culture and maintaining an optimistic ‘can do’ attitude. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve thousands of organizations and support their many important missions,” comments Brother Michael Quirk, FSC, Ed.D., CEO/President of Christian Brothers Services.

BMT clients will now have direct access to Christian Brothers Services’ full array of services, plans and programs including health benefits, retirement plans, property/casualty, Information & Technology Services and Catholic School Management.

Jun 27 17

Property/Casualty Insurance – Customer Service Representative

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Our Risk Management Services Division has a full-time opening for an experienced Property/Casualty Customer Service Representative. The role of the Customer Service Representative is to provide exceptional service by processing transactional coverage endorsements, certificates of insurance, issuing auto ID cards, and responding to member inquires and questions.

Christian Brothers Services is a not-for-profit comprised of cooperative programs providing administrative and managerial services to Catholic organizations. We offer a very competitive benefits package!

Job Requirements:

  • 3 years of experience in customer service required with experience working in the property/casualty insurance area preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must have a high degree of accuracy in data entry
  • Must be detail oriented and have the ability to multi-task
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

Apply at:

No phone calls please.

 Yes We Are Hiring!CBS is an EEO employer

Jun 19 17

St. Anthony High School Seeking a Principal

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St. Anthony High School located in the culturally diverse south side of Milwaukee, is seeking a Principal to lead the school to become the premier school of academic excellence among other high schools in the Milwaukee area. St. Anthony High School is operated by St. Anthony Parish and enrolls approximately 600 students. This position requires a visionary Principal with outstanding urban leadership skills in a diverse multicultural school.

The Principal provides leadership in the areas of curriculum, technology, faculty development, and effective high school management. Experience in the Parental Choice program is highly desirable. He/she will be responsible for enhancing the school’s formal professional development program to ensure the effectiveness of the faculty and provide mentoring programs for new and veteran teachers while maintaining the school’s Catholic identity and adherence to Church teachings.

Applicants should be bilingual in Spanish or possess the ability to immerse themselves in the Hispanic language and urban culture of the school population. A qualified candidate must possess a valid Wisconsin Principal’s License (or qualify for same) and have at least 3-5 years successful administrative experience in a high school. Successful applicants must adhere to all principles of the Catholic faith and promote the best interests of the Catholic Church. Position is available July 1, 2018, or sooner if an applicant is available. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

A full position profile is available at Candidates should submit electronically a letter of introduction; resume; names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of five professional references; and a statement of approximately one page addressing Leading a Catholic, Hispanic, Urban Secondary School: Opportunities and Challenges to: St. Anthony High School Principal Search, Attn: Dr. Lois J. Cavucci at




May 17 17

Christian Brothers Services

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Our mission at Christian Brothers Services exemplifies the Lasallian tradition by understanding the needs of our members, protecting the human and financial resources of institutions and guiding member organizations in finding practical solutions to business needs.

We serve our members with many options and choices. Take a closer look at our mosaic of plans, programs and services, uniquely designed to meet your organization’s needs. Learn more at

May 17 17

Manage Your Diabetes for Life

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Whether you have recently been diagnosed with diabetes or you have been living with it for years, you will gain insight into how to manage your condition during this instructive webinar. Clinical experts will cover topics such as: the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, how diet and exercise can help you manage diabetes, caring for a child with diabetes, how to recognize warning signs of diabetes complications, and new methods to help you monitor your diabetes. A question and answer session will follow. Don’t miss this informative webinar that will help you take control of your diabetes! Join us tomorrow, May 18, from 1:00 -2:00 CST. This webinar is FREE to Christian Brothers Services Members. Register at




May 8 17

You Make The Difference – Honored Employee

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Congratulations to AJ Hiter (ITS-OPS) for being selected as the Christian Brothers Services “You Make The Difference – Honored Employee” for Spring, 2017! AJ received four nominations, and is truly an example of a CBS employee who does “Make a Difference”. Great job AJ!

May 1 17

Religious Brothers Day

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Brother Kenneth Arnold, Senior Application Developer.

Brother Michael Quirk, FSC, Ed.D.. President and CEO.

Brother Peter Tripp, Member Relations Associate.

Brother Tom Hetland, Religious Institutes Relationship Manager.

Today we celebrate the inaugural Religious Brothers Day! We would like to say a special thank you to the Brothers at Christian Brothers Services, who strive to continue the educational mission De La Salle set forth. While we may not have students in classrooms, their work in understanding, protecting  and guiding our members and providing plans and programs that help them complete their distinct missions, is a legitimate expression of St. De La Salle’s vision.  Thank you for all you do! #ReligiousBrothersDay  Brothers Vocation​

Apr 28 17

St. John Baptist de Ls Salle

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John Baptist de La Salle was born on April 30, 1651, in Reims, France. A talented, devout and unassuming Frenchman, De La Salle answered an unexpected call from God to address the educational needs of the poor. De La Salle was a pioneer in founding training colleges for teachers, reform schools for delinquents, technical schools and secondary schools for modern languages, arts and sciences. His work quickly spread through France and, after his death, continued to spread across the globe. In 1900 John Baptist de La Salle was declared a Saint. In 1950, because of his life and inspirational writings, he was made Patron Saint of All Teachers of Youth by Pope Pius XII. Learn more at

Apr 21 17

Now Hiring – Claims Examiner – Health Benefit Services

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Our Health Benefit Services Division has a full-time opening for a Claims Examiner. The role of Claims Examiner is to be responsible for the timely and accurate adjudication of medical, dental and vision claims in accordance with established procedures and provisions of the benefit plans.

High School diploma and a minimum of two to five years claim adjudication experience in a PPO environment is required. The ideal applicant will possess good analytical skills and a working knowledge of medical coding and terminology. Previous Trizetto processing system experience helpful. Must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures related to medical billing. Candidate should be familiar with MS applications including Word, Excel, and basic web page navigation. Accurate calculator skills and a minimum typing speed of 40 wpm required. Must be self-motivated, dependable, and detail oriented with excellent communications and problem solving skills. Applicant must be able to work well independently as well as part of a team.

Christian Brothers Services is an equal opportunity employer