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Episcopal Church of the Annunciation (Marietta) is seeking a Youth Leader

Support and lead the ongoing youth ministries at Episcopal Church of the Annunciation (ECA) by building deep and meaningful relationships, modeling a Christ-like lifestyle and faith, assisting and leading ministry events, and becoming actively involved in the life of ECA. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A Christian committed to Christ and the church as the Body of Christ.
  • A respect and appreciation for the Episcopal Church’s expression of faith.
  • A lifestyle that reflects an authentic commitment to Christ and on that can be modeled for youth.
  • An enthusiastic desire to engage with and learn from young people and parents alike.
  • Ability to manage time, complete assignments, and initiate new and creative ideas.
  • A valid driver’s license.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) of ECA
    •  Lead and nurture 6th – 12th grade youth in faith formation and active participation in parish life and hold events for younger children & youth as applicable.
    • Build relationships with middle and high school youth and their families
    • Plan and implement regularly-scheduled activities for the EYC throughout the fall and spring semesters, as well as periodic activities during the summer
    • Coordinate occasional activities with other groups within ECA’s (REACH, C.Ed), as required
    •  Recruit adult assistants as needed
    •  Maintain regular communication through social electronic media with EYC members and their parents, including providing updates for ECA’s website, Facebook page, & ECA’s EYC Facebook page
    • Prepare EYC info for church bulletins, newsletter, & website
  • The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta
    • Serve as the contact person for Diocesan Youth Community (DYC) events
    • Encourage youth participation and ECA’s representation in DYC events
  • Administrative
    • Build and maintain relationship with Rector and Vestry person regarding all EYC activities
    • Periodically report to the Vestry regarding EYC activities (Done through Vestry person)
    • Provide a written annual report of EYC activities for the Annual Parish Report
    • Submit an annual budget for EYC activities
    •  Be knowledgeable of and comply with all policies regarding contact with youth as established by ECA, the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, and The Episcopal Church

TO APPLY:

Please send letter of interest, resume, and list of references to Sandi Harden, Senior Warden, Episcopal Church of the Annunciation (1673 Jamerson Rd. Marietta, GA 30066) at ecaparish@gmail.com. If you have any questions, please reach Sandi Harden at 770-928-7916. 

Please note: A full background check and completion of Safeguarding training is required prior to employment. 


Episcopal Church of the Annunciation (Marietta) is seeking a Parish Administrator

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prepare and print bulletins for worship services every Sunday and for special services. (Knowledge of Word required)
  • Prepare and print the parish newsletter. (ECA News) (Proficiency with internet required)
  • Upkeep of parish directory, the annual report, and letters.
  • Maintain parish database, records, files, calendar and website & social media. (Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Word Press required)
  • Direct parishioners needing pastoral care to clergy, and provide information to people in need.
  • Support the Vestry, the Bookkeeper, Treasurer and other staff members as needed.
  • Function as Property caretaker: be aware of contract workers, inform Vestry of significant repairs, keep track of keys, maintain office machines in working order and coordinate annual bldg. maintenance. Open doors for those who need access to rooms & buildings, receive in- kind donations of food, direct people to services we cannot provide if Rector not present.
  • Oversee all parish mailings, keep track of postal mail needs, and purchase supplies as needed. Sort mail, record checks, coordinate with the Bookkeeper and Treasurer.
  • Coordinate facility usage by outside groups in coordination with Rector and Vestry.

COMPENSATION: An annual aggregate compensation consisting of the following items

  • Compensation $12 to $16 per hour / 15-20 hours a week.
  • Work hours are Mon-Thu between hours of 9am-4pm and are flexible
  • Paid Leave: None
  • The employee’s compensation will be reviewed annually on or about their anniversary date.

TO APPLY:

Please send letter of interest, resume, and list of references to Sandi Harden, Senior Warden, Episcopal Church of the Annunciation (1673 Jamerson Rd. Marietta, GA 30066) at ecaparish@gmail.com. If you have any questions, please reach Sandi Harden at 770-928-7916. 


St. Mark's is seeking a Director of Children's Ministry

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, known to many in the Jacksonville, Florida, community because of the nearly fifty-year-old Day School (currently 325 students, age 1 through 6th grade) is looking for their next Director of Children’s Ministry.  Located in an historic neighborhood, canopied by oak trees, one block from the St. John’s River and blessed with a beautiful campus, committed adult volunteers and friendly parishioners, this church maintains a healthy balance of long-time generational members combined with those who are new to the Jacksonville community.  Only 10 minutes away from downtown the best of all worlds meet here.  Great restaurants, professional sports, cultural opportunities, recreation and the Atlantic Ocean are all close by.  St. Mark’s is one of the largest churches in the Diocese of Florida and offers traditional and contemporary worship experiences on Sunday mornings.  This is a church people choose to come back to after they have been away at college or relocated to another town.  St. Mark’s has spent the past year evaluating and developing a strategic plan for building a sustainable children’s ministry and is excited to find the right person to help implement it.

Please apply by sending a resume and cover letter to applicants@yminstitute.com by August 4, 2019. 


Episcopal Church of the Ascension is Seeking a Part-time Youth Minister

Youth minister needed for part-time position of 10 hours/week at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Cartersville.  Responsibilities include: organizing and executing activities with youth; facilitating conversations of faith and relevant life transitions.

To apply, please e-mail Mary Erickson at merickson@ascensioncartersville.org with relevant previous experience and attended youth activities in past. Youth Camp experience desirable. The deadline to apply is July 12, 2019. If any questions, please reach out to Mary Erickson at (770) 3822626 or merickson@ascensioncartersville.org.


The Church of Our Saviour is Seeking an Organist and Choirmaster

The Church of Our Saviour, an Episcopal congregation in Atlanta, Georgia, is seeking a part‐time organist/choirmaster to further develop a rich and established liturgical music program.  The organist/choirmaster serves at the pleasure of the rector and is the central figure ensuring the quality, substance, and appropriateness of the music that serves an integral part in the rector’s and the parish’s vision of ministry.  This vision includes maintaining strong Anglo-Catholic and classical service music traditions while recognizing opportunities to develop new music programs for the parish and Virginia Highland community. The candidate for this position should demonstrate an ability to have a good working relationship with the rector and choir; have proven experience in choral directing and organ performance; and, preferably, experience in the Anglo-Catholic music tradition.

The Church of Our Saviour currently rents a two-manual Allen digital organ while the Organ Committee discerns the next instrument for the parish. The organist is an ex officio member of the organ committee and will provide input and expertise at the request of the Committee Chair.

Professional Qualifications:

  • Education – Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred
  • Experience with choral directing and development of choral sound and musicianship
  • Experience in organ performance
  • Experience working in the Anglo-Catholic musical tradition is preferred
  • Experience working with youth/children’s choirs is a plus

Required Skills:

  • Spiritual leader to choir members (all ages), creating an environment where musical training & preparation become a part of maintaining & further building a solid foundation of faith for participants
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work and interact well with children, youth, staff, parents, volunteers, parishioners
  • Self‐starter with a strong commitment to excellence
  • Team‐player with a “can do” yet flexible attitude
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills; strong attention to detail
  • Strong improvisational skills

Duties:

  • Provide organ, choral, or other music at all principal services of the church, including but not limited to:
    • Sunday Choral Eucharist Services
    • Services of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & Epiphany
    • Ash Wednesday & Palm Sunday
    • Maundy Thursday; Good Friday; Easter Vigil; Easter Day
    • Other Feast Days including The Annunciation of the BVM; Ascension Day; Corpus Christi; St. Mary the Virgin; All Saints Day and All Souls Day
    • Occasional Services of Evensong and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
    • Advent Lessons & Carols
    • Weddings, Funerals, Confirmations (additional compensation provided)
    • Any other major events such as Ordinations or Celebrations
  •  Develop the strength of the St. Gregory semi-professional Choir, its musical ability and its sense of community and
    mission, including but not limited to:
    • Holding one regular rehearsal of the St. Gregory Choir weekly with other rehearsals as deemed necessary
    • Continuing to develop the Anglican “pure tone” choral sound, training in musicality & good choral technique
    • Further development of the choir’s a cappella capability
    • Encouraging fellowship opportunities
    • Further developing a vision for the choir’s ministry
    • Nurturing lay leaders
    • Making expectations explicit for choir members and leaders
    • Effectively managing/utilizing staff singers to enhance the mission of the music ministry
  • Organizing a children’s choir utilizing staff singers, lay volunteers, and others.  The Church of Our Saviour believes that the early introduction of children to musical training is an important part of their development in the Christian faith and integral to the music ministry of our parish. This includes:
    • Developing a vision for a children’s music ministry
    • Recruiting lay leaders/staff singers to work in children’s music ministry
    • Marketing the program(s) and recruiting participants
    • Organizing and effecting rehearsals and performances
      Identify, encourage and utilize volunteer musical talent within the parish, taking a
      leadership role in long‐range music program development.
  • Select organ, choral, hymns and service music for all services in consultation with the rector. Details are provided to the church office for preparation of service bulletins according to the existing schedule for submission. Review drafts of service bulletins for accuracy.
  • Hire professional musicians, as appropriate and within the parameters of the parish music budget, for liturgical festivals and special services, including securing, recruiting and managing staff singers.  
  •  Secure substitute musicians during the absence of the Organist/Choirmaster.
  • Coordinate the overall music schedule within the liturgical year in consultation with the rector.
  • Prepare an annual budget for submission to the Vestry to reflect the total music program.  Identify all items of expenditure including printed music and supplies, musical instrument maintenance, vestments, training, substitute organist, staff singer & guest musician expenses.
  • Arrange for maintenance and tuning the organ so that it is in a state of readiness for all regular services, rehearsals, special services, and other performances.
  •  Arrange for the maintenance and tuning of the rehearsal piano as deemed necessary.
  • With the help of choir volunteers and limited secretarial support, the organist/choirmaster is expected to:
    • Manages and oversee the music library
    • Chooses and purchases music within approved budgetary parameters
    • Communicates information within the choir
    • Communicate information about the music ministry within the parish
    • Coordinate with other church groups as necessary
    • Purchase and maintains choir vestments
    • Maintain a neat and attractive choir practice room and choir loft
  • The organist/choirmaster is a regular member of the staff and is expected to:
    •  Attend weekly staff meetings and meet with the rector as necessary
    • Participate in liturgical planning meetings and other meetings as directe
    •  Be a team player on a small staff
    • Fulfill all necessary Diocesan required training (as identified)
    • Write articles for The Parish Life and Annual Report as requested
    • Prepare publicity releases and advertising for concerts, recitals and performances as
        needed
  • Responsible for personal music preparation including
    • Organ practice
    • Study of scores, books, and periodicals
    • Continuing education programs designed for Episcopal Church musicians whenvbudgets allow


Compensation is negotiable. 

For more information, please contact:

Father Christopher Miller
The Church of Our Saviour
985 Los Angeles Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
Church Telephone: 404-872-4169
Email: Rector@coosatl.org

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to: Rector@coosatl.org The deadline to apply is June 30, 2019.


St. Luke's is seeking a Liturgy Assistant

St. Luke’s is a thriving 2,000 member Episcopal Church in downtown Atlanta with a rich history of meaningful worship. We are looking for an energetic and detail-oriented soul to join our staff as a part-time liturgy shepherd. The ideal candidate is a well-organized self-starter with excellent communication skills and a thorough understanding of Episcopal liturgy and Adobe InDesign in a PC setting. The assistant is responsible for the production of our service bulletins and all material related to weekly worship as well as  “special” services, such as funerals and weddings that come up throughout the year.  The assistant must be a planner -- able to work on “this” Sunday’s needs while looking down the road toward the next Sunday or season or feast day or wedding, and he/she must keep (and this is where the “shepherd” part comes in) all stakeholders (clergy, music department, etc.) likewise focused. Learn more here. 

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Intermediate Adobe InDesign skills.
  • ATTENTION to DETAILS -- in par cular the small details to maintain consistency in bulle n look.
  • Team player -- we’re a small organiza on with a lot of work to get done. We need to help and support one another.
  • Knowledge of Episcopal liturgy. If you know a proper preface from a frac on, this might be for you.
  • Self-starter. No one is going to prod you along. You’ll know what you need to do - and we need someone who will
    show up and just do it. That doesn’t mean you can’t ask ques ons or seek advice.

The position is part me on an hourly basis at the church four days a week (including Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday). This position is collaborative and things can change. You will be required to a end a weekly liturgy meeting (and take notes re the bulle ns reviewed).

To apply, please send a cover letter outlining your experience and why you’d like to work at St. Luke’s along with your resume to: Parish Administrator David Lowry david@stlukesatlanta.org.

St. Luke’s practices a radical inclusivity and believes that all are God’s creatures. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin or citizenship status, sex, gender iden ty or expression, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, disability, or military status.


St. George's is seeking a Choirmaster/Assistant Organist

St. George’s Episcopal Church in Griffin, Georgia is seeking a part-time Choirmaster/Assistant Organist.  The parish looks for a talented person to further develop our music program, including an adult and children’s choirs, and provide musical leadership for our worship. The Choirmaster/Assistant Organist must have knowledge of liturgy in the Episcopal Church and the central role that music plays in the various liturgies in the Book of Common Prayer.  It is important that the person selected be proficient in training/directing a choir and must also be an excellent organist. This person will also serve as Assistant Organist, eventually succeeding the present organist when he retires and becoming the Organist/Choirmaster.  As Assistant Organist, the Choirmaster would provide instrumental music for the early Eucharist on Sundays and play for all other services when the present organist is away.

The parish will pay a competitive salary to the Choirmaster/Assistant Organist, with a substantial increase should the person selected become the Organist/Choirmaster in the future. 

To apply, send resume and cover letter to The Rev. Dr. Wesley Smith, rector@saintgeorges.org by June 30, 2019; St. George’s Episcopal Church, 132 North 10th Street, Griffin, GA  30223.


All Saints' is seeking a Director of Parish Life

All Saints’ Episcopal Church, a progressive Christian congregation in the heart of midtown Atlanta, is seeking an energetic and skilled professional to lead our Parish Life ministries.  As the Director of Parish Life, you will effectively lead the provision of a rich and diverse set of programs and events that help to make All Saints’ home to its nearly 3000 members. This is a full-time position based in Atlanta, GA.

WHAT YOU'LL DO:

  • Oversee, manage, and recruit for a range of programs and church events that foster belonging at All Saints’ and work with staff and church members to create and maintain further opportunities to nurture, knit together, and celebrate our community of faith. A full list of church programs at All Saints’ can be found here:https://allsaintsatlanta.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Ministry-Directory-2018-19.pdf
  • Supervise the work of welcome ministries staff and volunteers as we aspire for each church member, newcomer, and visitor to feel welcome, at home, connected, and valued in our church community.
  • Supervise the work of service ministries staff and oversee the recruitment and equipping of volunteers into All Saints’ service ministries.
  • Recruit and equip church members for volunteer leadership across multiple church programs and events, collaborating effectively with multiple staff members.
  • Participate wholeheartedly in the full life of the church, ensuring that Sundays, all major church events, and activities occur smoothly and with appropriate care for details and people.

WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

  • Someone who is comfortable in their own person, confident in their abilities, and able to relate to a wide variety of people.
  • A skilled collaborator, excellent communicator, and someone who enjoys collegiality.
  • A self-motivated, energetic, and committed professional with at least five years of relevant experience.
  • An attention to detail and ability to attend to tasks and relationships with appropriate care and candor.
  • Supervisory experience that demonstrates the ability to draw the best out from others.
  • A good ambassador for all things, All Saints’.

WHAT WE'LL PROVIDE:

  • Positive, inclusive, and supportive work environment
  • Full salary, benefits, and pension
  • Potential for flexible work schedule

HOW TO APPLY:

Submit a cover letter and resume to Simon Mainwaring: smainwaring@allsaintsatlanta.org by April 30th, 2019.


 St. Luke's is seeking a Director of Children, Youth and Families

St. Luke’s is a 2,000-member Episcopal Church located in midtown Atlanta, Georgia - with over 400 under the age of 18.  We strive to engage with and respond to the unique challenges of contemporary urban life and circumstances. The Director of Children, Youth and Families (CYF) will share the transforming love of Jesus with children and youth in a real and relevant way, engaging new narrative theologies of contemporary Christian theologians. The director will participate in the creation, development, and operation of programs that support the spiritual formation and overall well-being of parishioners ages 0-18. The director will also engage in pastoral care of children and youth, as well as to minister to the needs of families.

Being committed to an ongoing process of multiculturalism, we encourage applications from women, persons of color and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons.  We are an equal opportunity employer. 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • An Episcopal priest OR someone who has completed a bachelor’s degree with course work in religious education, child  development and primary education OR other related disciplines
  • Knowledge of or interest in learning family systems theory
  • Experience creating and implementing multicultural curriculum
  • Experience working with youth and families from diverse backgrounds
  • Strong leadership and people skills as well as the ability to work collaboratively
  • The ability to recruit, train, and lead volunteers
  • The ability to work collegially in a large staff
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively advocate for children and youth in all aspects of parish life

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Build and maintain relationships with children, youth, and families 
  • Educational programming for children and families Sunday morning, weeknights, and during summer programming
  • Coordinate youth involvement in liturgy (acolytes, lectors, and intercessors, Rite 13, Confirmation). Stay up-to-date on diocesan youth events as well as build and maintain bonds with local EYC programs
  • Communicate CYF events using relevant technology and established parish communication channels
  • Recruit, train and collaborate with volunteers and committee of lay leaders to lead formation programs
  • Ensure children, youth and families are represented across ministries and are involved as appropriate

TO APPLY:

Please submit resume and cover letter (Word document or PDF only please) to: 
David Lowry, parish administrator, at david@stlukesatlanta.org by May 1, 2019
Your cover letter should address the following:

  • How do you currently engage diverse communities (including communities of color, LGBTQ+, etc)?
  • Give an instance when you integrated difference(s) to achieve a common goal.
  • Share an important moment in your spiritual journey.
  • Tell us a personal story that will help us understand your approach to ministry with children, youth and families.

More information can be found at the following website: https://www.stlukesatlanta.org/join-our-ministry.html


Holy Innocent's Episcopal Church is seeking an Assistant Director of Children's Ministry

This is a part-time position, 20-25 hours a week, reporting to the Director of Children, Youth, and Family. 

The Assistant Director of Children’s Ministry will create, develop, coordinate, and promote events and activities for the Pre-K-5th grade children at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church. This role will focus on preparing weekly Sunday activities, generating new ideas and programs for the children’s ministry, and orchestrating special programming such as Vacation Bible School, the Christmas pageant, and the Easter egg hunt. It will require excellent organizational skills for coordinating and keeping track of events, volunteers, and parents and will work to promote a strong relationship with the parents and a fun, Christian atmosphere for the children.

The deadline for applicants is May 1st, 2019. To submit your application, please contact Megan Petenbrink at mpetenbrink@holyinnocents.org.

For a more detailed description, visit http://www.holyinnocents.org/assistant-director-of-childrens-ministry-job-description/


The Cathedral of St Philip's is seeking a Book Store Manager

The Cathedral Book Store is accepting applications for a full time Manager position. Detailed job description available upon request. Please contact FaySwennes@yahoo.com or 404-237-2523.


St. David's is seeking a Digital Marketing Coordinator

St. David’s Episcopal Church in Roswell, Georgia is seeking a part-time (15-20 hrs/wk) Digital Marketing Coordinator to develop and maintain the content for a new mobile app.  To apply, please email your resume to Scott Lawrence at slawrence1111@gmail.com.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES

The Digital Marketing Coordinator is responsible for developing and maintaining the content for the mobile app.  The Digital Marketing Coordinator will keep the app content current, the design fresh and the messaging relevant and aligned with the priorities of the leadership of St. David’s Church.  Responsibilities will also include monitoring app metrics to provide relevant performance data to the Clergy, Vestry and Staff and managing the Help Desk email.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • In collaboration with Clergy, Staff and Ministry Leaders, initiate, manage and publish creative content for the app to keep parishioners engaged and connected
  • Create and apply professional and visually appealing graphic design
  • Build and maintain dynamic multi-media content for ministries and groups
  • Frequently update content for home page, schedules, classes, upcoming events, media, etc.
  • Manage “push notifications” for priority messaging to parishioners, group leaders and participants.
  • Monitor and analyze app usage and other metrics to provide direction for communication strategy, content development, etc.
  • Collaborate with staff to integrate the app with Church Community Builder database to optimize the user experience.

OTHER:

  • This position is part-time (15 to 20 hours per week) and primarily works from home, however, will be required to come into the office for weekly staff meetings and other times as requested.
  • Must have an “entrepreneurial spirit” in the approach to job responsibilities. 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

  • Experience in Digital Marketing.
  • Experience in content development, marketing and communications is preferred.
  • Graphic design experience preferred.
  • Familiar with social media.
  • Ability to develop web page format landing page using Word Press.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Organization and time management skills.
  • Works well in a collaborative environment.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and/or InDesign

St. Alban's Episcopal Church is seeking a Part-Time Organist/Choir Director 

St. Alban's in Monroe, Georgia is in need of a part-time Organist/Choir Director. If interested, please contact Stan Brassie at stanbrassie@gmail.com.


Trinity Presbyterian Church is seeking an Interim Director of Children and Family Ministries

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Interim Director (ID) of Children and Family Ministries has overall responsibility for programming, staff, and volunteer oversight in all activities of TPC that involve children age birth through 5th grade (with the exception of sports) as well as family and parent activities of children in this age range. Additionally, this ID has general duties such as teaching, small group facilitation, and program coordination across ministry areas.

Reports to: Executive Pastor

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Area of Responsibility: Education

  • Implement Church School Program (K through Grade 5)
  • Implement Worship Education Program (K through Grade 3)
  • Sustain, Enhance, and Lead Mission Program for Children and Families in collaboration with the Mission Ministry Team
  • Implement Stewardship Education Program for Children and Families in collaboration with the Stewardship Ministry Team
  • Empower and Equip Parents to be Faith Educators at Home
  • Cultivate a Program of Developmental Faith Milestones
  • Facilitate and Coordinate Baptism Preparation in collaboration with the Senior Pastor

Area of Responsibility: Program Leadership

  • Coordinate CFM seasonal events with Director of Preschool Ministries and Children’s Recreational Ministries and in collaboration with Congregational Events Ministry Team
  • Coordinate CFM Faith-Development Events with lay leaders
  • Perform Regular Program Evaluations

Area of Responsibility: Volunteer Management

  • Lead Efforts for Recruitment and Retention of Teachers, Leaders, and Volunteers
  • Conduct Teacher, Leader, and Volunteer Training
  • Serve as Staff liaison to the Children and Family Ministry Team and ensure two-way communication with Session.

Area of Responsibility: Staff Management

  • Supervise Director of Preschool Ministries and Children’s Recreational Ministries
  • Supervise Administrative Assistant (Shared Supervision)
  • Conduct Staff Training and Performance Evaluations

Area of Responsibility: Other

  • Administer Child Protection Policy, Training, and Procedures, and compliance with policy
  • Manage Annual Budget
  • Teach Adult Church School, Bible Study, and/or Officer Training Classes as assigned
  • Facilitate One or More Adult Spiritual Formation Groups as assigned
  • Develop collegial relationships with the staff

REQUIREMENTS

  • Our Interim Director of Children's Ministries must be a theologically grounded person of energy, enthusiasm and vision.
  • The ideal candidate must be well versed and experienced in children's ministry and education and have strong skills in both written and oral communication.
  • Experience in budgeting and administration is also desirable.
  • As with all positions at Trinity, the individual in this position must meet the requirements of and comply with Trinity’s Child Protection Policy.

The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit is seeking a Part-Time Organist/Choirmaster 

Duties include:

  • Playing for one Sunday morning service with choir during the program year (September –May) and without choir during the summer (June – August). This includes 5 hymns, chanting of the Psalm, choir offertory anthem, and service music.
  • One weekly adult choir rehearsal during program year.
  • One weekly children’s choir rehearsal during program year.
  • Supporting the Youth and Children's Music Ministry for occasional offerings at the 10:45 a.m. and other services, including VBS in June.
  • Additional seasonal services are also part of the job requirements.
    Seasonal services would include All Saint’s Day (Nov. 1), Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, The Great Vigil of Easter, Easter Sunday, and the Day of Pentecost.
  • Collaborating with the Rector for seasonal liturgical planning and weekly meetings with the clergy in the preparation of Sunday worship

While the position requires keyboard proficiency (piano and organ) and familiarity with and sensitivity to Episcopal liturgy, equally important are a passion for worship, a deep joy in musical diversity and variety, and an ability to attract and inspire persons to participate in the music ministry of the church. The choir at presents consists of 17 voices.

- Hours per week 10-15
- Salary is negotiable based on education and experience.
- Organ is a 2013 Allen Bravura L227 2 manual/33 stops, Dual Expression and Crescendo pedal.
- Piano is a 1992 Kawaii KG-2E
- 3 octave Schulmerich Handbells

Interested parties, please email your resume to Fr. Keith Oglesby at ecohs@bellsouth.net.
Resumes will be accepted through the end of August 2018.


St. Catherine's Episcopal Church is seeking a Director of Children and Family Ministries

The people of St. Catherine's seek to share in the love that Jesus Christ has for us and the world by welcoming, accepting, nurturing, and serving all people through the power of the Holy Spirit.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Director of Children and Family Ministries (DCFM) 3/4 to Full-time, Lay position: 30-40 hours per week. In addition to Sundays, this position anticipates roughly one Saturday/month to be a work day, which is flexed for a weekday, and participation in occasional parish overnight events such a parish retreat weekend.

REPORTS TO: Rector

DESCRIPTION: Working in collaboration with the Rector, this staff member will sustain and expand ministries that help children and family members grow in faith and community with God, the Church and the world. Essential skills include the ability to identify, nurture, train and support volunteers for leadership in ministry; supervising volunteers to ensure integrated activities that enhance spiritual growth; partnering with other staff, especially the youth minister, to implement the church vision for Christian Formation; fostering the relationships between parents with young children and the Church; and communicating needs of formation leaders to the staff and Vestry. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
Area One: Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS)
DCFM serves as coordinator for the CGS program and as such initiates regular monthly meetings for Catechists to meet and connect. 
On Sunday mornings, DCFM connects with CGS leaders, parents and children to greet them, check in on needs, troubleshoot any issues. 
CGS administration issues, including registration, parish wide communications, obtaining and working with Communications teams with media releases and other admin duties. 
DCFM regularly reports on CGS needs/issues/gifts in staff meeting. 
Recruit new Catechists and Assistants and coordinate their training. 
Become a Level 1 Catechist if not already trained. 

Area Two: Families with Young Children
Build community and create relationships for Parents and Families with young children (0-12). 
Offer monthly opportunities for Families with Young Children to gather. These can include worship opportunities like our Maundy Thursday worship for young children, play dates, brunches, seasonal offerings like Trunk or Treat, etc. It is our hope to have programs that cultivate a welcoming community and foster spiritual growth for families and children.
Establish a Christian Formation Advisory Committee to regularly plan for and with this group.
Collaborate creatively with the Youth Minister on ways to integrate families with youth and children, including intergenerational events. 
Work with Rector on Baptismal Prep classes, including the opportunities for parents to continue with parenting groups/classes/gatherings. 
Work with the Outreach Coordinator to make care for the wider community a regular part of our parish life and our children's lives. 
Oversee Major Children and Family Events including (but not limited to) Easter Sunday Easter Egg Hunt, Trunk or Treat, Cookies and Stories at Christmastime, Shrove Tuesday, Maundy Thursday Children and Family Liturgy, Vacation Bible School.

Area Three: Nursery
The DCFM serves as the coordinator and head of the nursery. Staffing and scheduling are top tasks. The parish administrator handles the payroll. There must be two nursery staff at all times. Nursery is offered from 8:30 am until the end of the 11:15 service as well as for certain special events and services. Currently, the nursery is fully staffed. 

OTHER DUTIES
Ensure volunteers are trained and up-to-date in Safe Church standards; provide the Rector and Vestry program descriptions, supervisory plans and policies according to Safe Church standards.
Children's Chapel. Currently there is an offering at 8:45, led by lay people. DCFM will work with this team and evaluate ongoing needs. 
Work with the Youth Director to help children transition from CGS to the youth program.
Oversee Children's Ministry budget.
Facilitate parent meetings.
Working with the Director of Communications, direct all necessary communication; publish and communicate the goings-on of the children's ministry to parents, congregational leaders and the congregation (using the bulletin, newsletter, social media, announcements, phone calls, emails, etc.).
Maintain comprehensive children's roster with up-to-date information and develop protocols for follow-up and growth opportunities.
Attend all staff meetings and work professionally in collaboration with the Rector, staff members, lay committees, and members of the congregation.
Make periodic presentations to the vestry.
Actively participate in the life of the parish.
In partnership with the Director of the Preschool and the Facilities Manager, manage the facilities for children including the nursery and Sunday school rooms.
Work within the Christian Formation budget to expand existing resources as needed for effective implementation of programs.
Abide by all church policies as detailed in the employee handbook.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of four years of successful experience working with children and families in a faith-based setting. The candidate must be able to work well with staff and volunteers as well as demonstrate a willingness to meet the diverse and unique needs of children of all ages including those from different family structures and with special needs. Additionally, the qualifications listed below are essential for this position.
Genuine kindness and warmth. 
Familiarity with and respect for Episcopal liturgy and tradition.
Substantial experience working with children, preferably in an Episcopal setting.
A passion for engaging others in Christian fellowship and formation experiences.
Ability to recruit volunteers and lead dynamic, well-organized activities.
Excellent communication skills.
Commitment to grow programs with equal emphasis on quantitative and qualitative outcomes.
Administrative precision in attention to details.
A love of children and joy in watching them grow and learn. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Strongly prefer successful completion of an undergraduate college degree at minimum.
Commitment to engage in continuing education with support from the church.

Compensation: In accordance with our Baptismal Covenant, St. Catherine's strives to respect the dignity of every human being. We are committed to consider applicants for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexuality, disability, or age, except insofar as personal characteristics directly affect individuals' capacity to exercise their vocation.

This position is a salaried position, at either ¾ or full time, depending on experience, with benefits, including continuing education. 

St. Catherine's is a smoke-free and drug-free environment and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

More information about St. Catherine's can be found on the website: www.stcatherines.org

Qualified persons should submit the following items:
A formal letter of interest
A current resume or vitae, including at least three non-family references

Questions regarding the search process should be directed to: The Rev. Sarah K. Fisher, Rector.
All materials should be postmarked or emailed to sarah@stcatherines.org, no later than May 15, 2018.


The Cathedral of St. Philip is seeking Preschool Teachers

Job hours and days: teaching positions are open for both 2-days and 5-days per week, 8:30-12:30 for the 2018-19 school year at The Cathedral Preschool in the Cathedral of St. Philip, 2744 Peachtree Rd. NW, Atlanta

Job requirements and compensation: A Bachelor's degree is required. A Bachelor's degree in Education is preferred. Compensation is based on the qualifications and experience of each applicant.

Job description: For almost half a century, the Cathedral Preschool has been a leader in early childhood education in the city of Atlanta. Our students enjoy a well-balanced variety of experiences that encourage socialization, creativity, reading readiness and an opportunity for self-exploration. The laughter, songs, games and prayers of this Episcopal school express the Preschool's loving community of teachers and learners each day. 

To apply or for more information: resumes and inquiries should be emailed tocheryl.mullins@cpsatl.org or telephone (404) 237-4777.

Application deadline: August 1, 2018.


St. Aidan's Episcopal Church is seeking a Part-Time Director of Children's Ministries

In Seeking to Know Christ and Make Him known, the Director of Children’s Ministry oversees the general administrative and supervisory responsibilities for the Sunday school and other programs, as well as relating the educational ministry of Sunday school to the total ministry of the church. 

Responsibilities:
• Sunday mornings (8:15-12:45) Helping to welcome, include and track visitors and new members; focusing on those with children.
• Plan and coordinate ministry of the following:
o Nursery, works with nursery committee. Responsible for recruitment and training of volunteers, maintenance of toys and supplies; age-appropriate activities; scheduling paid caregivers and volunteers. Provide a warm, welcoming experience to new families bringing their children to the nursery and follow up with them afterwards.
o Pre-K to 5th grade Sunday school
o Children’s Chapel (direct participation, support and oversight)
o Eucharist/communion class at least once a year for young children
• Communication with parents to include upcoming lesson plans, topics covered in Sunday School, and suggestion for activities or resources that parents and families can do at home to promote Christian formation
o Vacation Bible School (working with a team of parishioners in planning, recruiting of helpers, communications, registrations, and follow-up). VBS is usually in early June. Works with Director of Music to coordinate the music components
o Christmas Pageant: (working with a team of parishioners in planning, recruiting of helpers, communications, registrations, and follow-up). 
o Provide support and guidance as needed for the Jr. and Sr. High Sunday school program
o Coordinates with the Director of Music for support of the children’s choirs and music program.
o Working as a regular part of the St. Aidan’s Church Staff, including regular attendance at monthly staff meetings and weekly check-ins with the rector.
o Working with vestry liaison and Christian Education Committee to develop and implement curriculum for the Children’s Ministry
o Identifying, recruiting, orienting, supporting and scheduling teachers for Sunday school
o Ensuring that all teachers and assistants are in compliance with Safeguarding God’s Children – coordinates with the Director of Youth Ministries for those volunteers needing that training for older youth.
o Planning and leading teacher commissioning (Aug or Sept) and teacher appreciation (May) – coordinates with the Director of Youth Ministry for older age group teachers
o Communications-keeping the parish up-to-date on children’s ministry activity through Parish Matters, e-news, website, weekly bulletin announcements and bulletin boards
o Classroom and storage space care: ensuring maintenance, appearance, cleanliness of classrooms and organization of storage space
o Overseeing budget for Children’s Christian Education
o Managing and ordering supplies as needed and within the budget
o Assisting with shared space and shared ministry with St. Aidan’s Preschool
o Recruiting volunteers as needed
o Calling and following-up with parents as needed.

Position Criteria:
• A growing knowledge and profession of scripture, Episcopal church traditions and liturgy
• Interest in and awareness of educational needs for Christian development in a broad age range but focusing on children from infancy to pre-teen
• Active participation in worship at St Aidan’s
• Good organization skills and self-motivation
• Effective communication skills, with the ability to relate well to children and adults (parents, clergy, vestry, and volunteers)
• Openness to learn
• Appropriate college level preparation

Hours and Compensation: 
Average of 20 hours per week, including 4-5 hours on Sunday mornings & flexible office hours on weekdays. See St. Aidan’s Employee Handbook for benefits and employee policies. Position includes pension. Salary is hourly based on education and experience of the applicant.

Physical Requirements:
In compliance with ADA requirements, we will make reasonable accommodations for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant.  
Additional Responsibilities & Information:
The statements in this job description are intended to represent the key duties, essential nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be all responsibilities or qualifications of the job. 

Please email resumes to melanieellis13@gmail.comwith Director of Children's Ministry in subject line.

All applications are due by May 30, 2018. 

Mary & Martha's Place is seeking an Office Administrator

Mary & Martha’s Place, founded in 1994, is a center for spiritual formation.  Program  participants are a diverse group of women at various stages of life who hold in creative tension the Christian tradition and the inclusive spirituality of the 21st century.  MMP offers book studies, classes, workshops, special events and rituals. This is a part-time, three-person office, and the Operations Director must work both independently and as part of the team.

The Office Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day functions of the office. She/he is also instrumental in planning and working events, including the annual fall fundraiser and spring conference. The ideal candidate is a fast learner and a creative problem solver who is comfortable with technology, especially computers. Flexibility, willing collaboration, attention to detail and accountability are key traits for this role.

Hours: 10-15 hours per week
10 am to 3 pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Occasional Tuesdays, weeknights and Saturdays for special events

Pay: $15 per hour

Areas of responsibility: General office administration, bookkeeping & communications. Daily tasks include donor correspondence, maintaining membership/donor database, social media updates, and website maintenance, including managing eCommerce.  Other regular tasks include communicating with outside accountant, and serving as Recording Secretary for MMP Board meetings.

Required skills: Windows and Mac operating systems, QuickBooks. Word processing (e.g. Word/Pages/Apache Open Office), basic spreadsheet building and maintenance (e.g. Excel/Google Sheets/iOS Numbers)  bookkeeping (QuickBooks).

Must be willing to learn: WordPress (including various plugins), PayPal, Chrome OS (including Gmail and Google Drive), MailChimp, Facebook Pages, Instagram

Please submit resumes and inquiries to staff@maryandmarthasplace.com by May 31, 2018.


St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School is seeking an Assistant Chaplain

St. Andrew's-Sewanee School (www.sasweb.org) seeks a Chaplain with a commitment to boarding and day school education in an Episcopal environment that cultivates creativity, celebrates individuality, rejoices in the natural world, and values grace and forgiveness. This is 10 month, full-time position and reports to the Head of School.

The Assistant Chaplain’s primary responsibility is to partner with the Chaplain for the oversight of the spiritual life of the school.

The Assistant Chaplain will:
• Help lead the liturgical life of the community
• Provide pastoral care for students, faculty, staff, and parents
• Inspire and coordinate student participation in worship
• Be responsible for the care and use of the school’s historic St. Andrew’s Chapel
• Teach an academic religion course
• Help coordinate campus service program
• Orient new students and faculty to the liturgy of the Episcopal Church
• Participate in campus life
• Help guide the school in maintaining and communicating its Episcopal identity
• Perform additional duties as directed by the Head of School

As with all faculty members, the Assistant Chaplain serves as a student advisor, leads weekend activities, provides weekend and evening campus supervision, and helps plan and execute class trips, retreats, and special events throughout the year. Based on the individual’s talents, interests, and gifts, responsibilities may also include leading afternoon programs and/or sponsoring student clubs.

Qualifications – Applicants must be ordained as priests in the Episcopal Church. Candidates will be expected to have an undergraduate and/or advanced degree and experience in working with adolescents. Special consideration will be given to candidates with experience in adolescent counseling, working or living in a boarding school, community service, and/or coaching.

Compensation – Salary is dependent on education and experience. Benefits include a tuition remission plan, health and dental insurance, worker’s compensation, short-term and long-term disability, group life insurance, participation in the Church Pension Fund, and eligibility for grants for professional enrichment and continuing education.

SAS is a co-ed, independent, Episcopal, boarding and day school serving 250 students in grades six through twelve located in Sewanee, Tenn. Students come from across the U.S. and more than a dozen countries. Faculty and students enjoy a rural mountaintop college town with abundance of outdoor and cultural activities. SAS encourages the development of students as scholars, athletes, and artists. Students commonly participate in multiple sports and extracurricular activities. The school is committed to intellectual, cultural, racial and economic diversity.

St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applications should be directed to the Search Committee. Please include a letter of introduction, a résumé, and at least two professional references. We will begin reviewing applications immediately and will close applications when the position is filled.

Direct applications and inquiries to:
Assistant Chaplain Search Committee
Attn: Andrea Booher, abooher@sasweb.org
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School
290 Quintard Rd.
Sewanee, TN  37375


The Cathedral of St. Philip is seeking an Assistant Youth Minister

The Cathedral of St. Philip is a vibrant parish in the heart of Atlanta, with an average engagement of over 100 youth per week. We are looking for someone who is excited to engage our youth, work as a team in our education department, and learn more about themselves, parish life, and the Episcopal Church. For more information and a full job description and instructions on applying, please see our link: https://www.stphilipscathedral.org/news/cathedral-seeks-assistant-youth-minister/


St. Benedict's Episcopal Church is seeking a Parish Administrator

The Parish Executive Assistant will provide a point of contact for the parish and help facilitate and communicate all activities of the parish both in the building and offsite events. 

Essential function: 
• Provide a welcoming atmosphere for all who contact or visit the parish offices 
• Create Sunday bulletins (English and Spanish) 
• Make sure all printed communication is designed and ready for distribution 
• Market the church through advertising, handouts, mailings, and online resources 
• Work with Finance Department to produce reports for vestry and finance committee 

Manage all uses of the building: 
• Ensure spaces are scheduled 
• Collaborate with custodial staff to ensure rooms are ready for an event 
• Work with volunteers and/or staff to set up rooms for events 

Help with vendor relationships:  
• Ensure landscaping company is informed of all needs and manage seasonal  
• Coordinate IT needs and work with IT contractor for church
• Coordinate with school direct service vendors
• Assist with stewardship (fundraising) campaigns: design and brand marketing materials, provide copies of all materials, update pledges and keep parish up to date on the progress of campaign 
• Organize office volunteers: provide space for volunteer work to be completed, coordinate weekly bulletin printing, organize material for volunteers to do mailings 

Maintain all aspects of the Registrar: 
• Record all Baptisms, Confirmations, Weddings and Funerals 
• Design and make available or mail newcomer packets 
• Create a system to record newcomers 
• Ensure newcomers are being communicated with by Rector and/or related staff 
• Maintain current member status 
• Produce current and accurate mailing labels for mailings 
• Processes all information necessary for parochial report 

Minimum Qualifications: 
• Proficient with all Microsoft Office, Google applications, and social media 
• Preferred ACS literate or seek immediate training 
• Willingness to learn new technological tools and/or programs 
• Demonstrates ability to work with leadership teams 
• Maintaining files for important documents

Physical Requirements:
• Able to move throughout 40,000 square foot facility 
• Able to speak to a diverse population, preferred bi-lingual (Spanish)

Please email your resume and cover letter to Brian Sullivan (brian@mysaintb.org) by April 15, 2018.


St. George's Episcopal School is seeking a Chaplain

The rector of St. George's Episcopal Church has the responsibility for the religious life of the school, but delegates a portion of this responsibility to the chaplain. The chaplain works three days at St. George’s Episcopal School. The chaplain teaches religious study classes, provides pastoral services and coordinates all school chapel programs. The individual reflects the school's missions and values in all
areas of teaching, pastoral care and service programs.

Worship:
Plan, organize, and lead developmentally appropriate daily chapel services and Eucharist (if ordained), including securing guest speakers, priests, and preachers. Services include developmentally appropriate media and content and reflect the mission and values of the school
In conjunction with the rector and head of school, plan special services (Lessons and Carols, Ash Wednesday, Blessing of the Animals, etc.) as scheduled
Incorporate faculty and students in chapel planning and participation
Work with rector and head of school to plan liturgy for chapel services
Coordinate Eucharistic services
Serve as sacristan/altar guild
Maintain and encourage regular prayer for those in the school community

Pastoral Care:
Provide crisis counseling, grief work and other assistance
Counsel students, school parents and faculty as needed
Provide pastoral care to school community members as needed

Education:
Maintain and supervise the continuing development of religious studies curriculum for the school (PK3-8), including moral education awareness and implementation.
Plan and teach daily/weekly/monthly division religious studies classes and special, topic-oriented units
Work with head of school and division coordinators to ensure that service learning/outreach opportunities are incorporated into service experience
Assume appropriate level of supervision duty assignments (e.g. playground, carpool, emergencies, etc.)

Requirements:
The chaplain may be either an ordained Episcopal priest or lay person with knowledge of the liturgy, traditions, and teachings of the Episcopal Church. For a lay person, a college degree in religious studies with teaching experience is required.

Please send your resume to  Dr. Larry Collins (lcollins@sges.org) by June 30, 2018.


St. Simon's Episcopal Church is seeking a part-time Parish Administrator

St. Simon's is seeking a self-starter to be its next parish administrator. Strong computer skills are necessary and previous experience in the Episcopal church is preferred. Please send your resume to Jane Weston by March 21, 2018 (jweston@stsimonsconyers.org).


All Saints' Episcopal Church is seeking a Handyman/Sexton

All Saints’ Episcopal Church Handyman/Sexton, is a part-time position for a talented individual with a wide range of handyman type repair skills. These tasks include various trade skills, repair work, and maintenance work (both interior and exterior). The candidate will also be expected to learn and become proficient with our audiovisual equipment.   

Candidate must have their own transportation and the skills to work on our typical repair projects such as: drywall installation and repair, landscaping, painting, carpentry, basic plumbing and electrical. Must have a minimum of 4 years of related experience and a valid driver’s license. The preferred candidate must pass a criminal background check and be willing to work weekends.

Required experience:
• Maintenance & Repair: 4 years

Required education:
• High school or equivalent

Job Location:
• Midtown Atlanta, GA

Qualifying candidates can send their resumes to mreddick@allsaintsatlanta.org. Deadline to apply is 3/31/2018.


St. Anne's Episcopal Church is seeking a Director of Youth Ministries

Saint Anne's Episcopal Church (www.saintannes.com) in Atlanta, Georgia is seeking a full-time Director of Youth Ministries. St. Anne's is a wonderful, growing, vibrant parish located in the Buckhead region of Atlanta. The Director of Youth Ministries will report directly to the Associate Rector.

Primary responsibilities for the position include:
• Work in collaboration with the youth ministries' leadership (lay and clergy) to manage and lead weekly programming (Youth Group/EYC) and special events for youth in grades 6 to 12 throughout the year
• Recruit and equip adult volunteers to work and minister with youth in weekly programming and special events. This includes ensuring that all volunteers complete the required Safeguarding God's Children Trainings
• Work closely with parish staff and clergy to coordinate milestones, events, and programming for youth and their families. Special events and milestones include Confirmation Preparation, Youth Sunday, and Mission Trips
• Support and encourage youth to become involved with diocesan youth ministry opportunities such as New Beginnings and Happening in the Diocese of Atlanta
• Communicate through the parish media (bulletin, weekly email, Facebook etc.) and with youth and families of youth. Candidates should be able to communicate with youth through current social media such as Snapchat, GroupMe, etc.  
• Develop and implement, in conjunction with youth, families, and parish leadership, a long-term vision for a sustainable youth ministries program

Qualifications for this position are:
• A passion for youth ministry
• A Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of two years of youth ministry experience (paid or volunteer)
• Familiarity with the traditions, liturgy, and doctrine of the Episcopal Church
• Communication skills, including familiarity with technology such as email, social media, texting, and other connectional tools useful for working with youth and families
• Ability to recruit and equip adult volunteers and mentors

A competitive compensation package, including full benefits, is offered. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to The Rev. Tim Meyers, Associate Rector, at tmeyers@saintannes.com by April 15, 2018. 


St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church is seeking a part-time Youth Minister

St. Michael and All Angels is an Episcopal Church that is seeking a part-time Youth Minister who can mentor the youth of the church. He/she should be able to spread his/her love of Christ with the youth. The individual should be able to teach (or develop and teach) a curriculum in an engaging and encouraging manner. The Youth Minister should be able to establish a deep connection with the youth as well as foster a meaningful relationship with the parents of the youth and other adults in the church.

Some tasks he/she will be expected to perform include:
• Facilitate meaningful discussions during the Sunday School/Formation Hour
• Assist the youth committee in developing a program vision for approval by the Rector
• Spark a desire for a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Christ
• Expose youth to scripture for daily guidance
• Encourage and recruit adult volunteers for youth activities
• Attend all SMAA youth events
• Promote growth in the youth program
• Attend Sunday service with youth and take part in the fellowship of the church (when required)
• Willing to attend Safeguarding God’s Children Training and become a Safeguard Certified Trainer within the first year of employment
• Manage an annual youth budget
• Manage parish youth ministry communication by the following tools: electronic newsletter, text blasts, social media

Skills
• Be able to utilize technological tools such as PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Constant Contact
• Be reliable and accountable
• Demonstrate effective conflict management skills

Required Qualifications
• Safeguarding God’s Children Certification

Preferred Qualifications
Previous youth leadership experience
• Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of Anglican/Episcopal traditions and theology

To apply for this job, please send your resume and cover letter to the Rev. Winston Arthur at rector@stmichaelstonemountain.org.


St. Teresa's Episcopal Church is seeking a Youth and Children's Minister

Description​ ​of​ ​Youth​ ​Ministry​ ​at​ ​St.​ ​Teresa’s​:
Our youth and children matter - we love them, we feed them cookies and lemonade in the summer and hot chocolate and s’mores at other times. We listen to them. We encourage and empower them. They are valued. The future of not only our church, but “the church” is founded in our children. Our youth and children’s ministry exists to help them grow into their faith, and to help them understand who they are as children of God. We provide them with opportunities for worship, Christian formation, service and fellowship. Our youth and children’s ministries are well established and financially supported through our budget.

About​ ​St.​ ​Teresa’s​:
We are a program-sized parish located in Acworth, Georgia in West Cobb County. We have all ages in our parish - from infants to great grandparents. As an Episcopal Church, we welcome everyone into our pews, our hearts, and at our altar. We have dedicated volunteers, a flourishing outreach program, and a mission statement that is truthful and easily remembered: We are the hands and feet of Christ in the world.

Primary​ ​Responsibilities​ ​of​ ​the​ ​Youth​ ​and​ ​Children’s​ ​Minister:
 • Evaluate and shape the vision and goals of our youth and children’s ministries in coordination with the Rector
 • Build relationships with our youth, our children and their families, and help them build relationships with each other and with our parish
 • Plan, develop, and implement all aspects of a balanced youth and children’s ministries, including Sunday School, worship, service, fun fellowship, and outreach
 • Work with the Rector in selecting or creating materials for Christian formation that support the theology and mission of St. Teresa’s
 • Identify and develop adult volunteers to work with youth in all aspects of youth ministry
 • Mentor youth in developing leadership skills
 • Encourage youth to engage in service through the many ministries offered at St. Teresa’s
 • In consultation with the Rector, coordinate and oversee confirmation classes and provide leadership for confirmands, mentors, and parents
 • Broadly communicate the vision and activities of youth ministry through a variety of media (e.g., email, social media, texts, newsletters, bulletin boards)
 • Plan and lead “Youth Sunday” liturgies
 • Plan and lead several trips throughout the year, including retreats and mission trips

Additional​ ​Duties​ ​and​ ​Responsibilities:
 • Produce annual report of youth and children’s ministry and provide regular updates to our Vestry and Rector
 • Plan and manage a balanced budget

Qualifications​ ​&​ ​Qualities​ ​Required:
 • 3+ years of experience in youth ministry
 • Bachelor’s degree
 • Deeply spiritual, creative, charismatic, energetic, and a model of Christian discipleship
 • Solid organizational and technical skills

This is a full-time position that reports to the Rector. Salary is commensurate with education and experience level.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to rector@stteresasacworth.com. We also invite candidates to send an
optional one minute video introducing themselves.

Submission deadline is January 1, 2018.


Christ Church Episcopal, Norcross is seeking a Director of Christian Education for Children and Youth

We are a warm, caring, joyful community of faith whose membership reflects the rich diversity of our city. We seek an energetic, creative leader who to guide and facilitate ministries for children from birth to grade 12. The position requires a commitment to faith in Christ, high energy level and enthusiastic attitude, a sense of humor, solid organizational skills, and an ability to coordinate with volunteers to plan and execute events. The director must communicate effectively with children, youth, and parents. Requires flexible work hours. Knowledge of the theology of the Episcopal Church, training in Godly Play (or familiarity with Montessori) and some musical are preferred.

Salaried Position: Based on 40 hours/week, benefits, continuing education.  Anticipated start: Early 2018

The deadline for applicants is January 1, 2018. To apply, visit http://www.ccnorcross.org/dcm-position/


St. David's Episcopal Church is seeking a Youth Minister

Description of Youth Ministry:
The youth ministry of St. David's exists to help young people understand who they are as children of God and how they function as part of the Body of Christ. Our youth minister's role is to help our youth grow into mature members of the church through providing opportunities for worship, Christian formation, service, and fellowship. Our youth ministry program is well established and financially supported in our budget.

About St. David's:
Saint David’s Episcopal Church is a thriving parish of 650 families and 2,100 baptized members located in Roswell, Georgia, 20 miles north of downtown Atlanta. Fifty-two percent of our households have children at home. Saint David’s is full of growing families, active in community participation, and full of volunteer spirit. We are an Episcopal Church, offering numerous ways to worship, serve, and grow spiritually.

Primary Responsibilities of Youth Minister:
 • Evaluate and shape the vision and goals of the youth ministry in coordination with the Family Ministry Team
 • Build relationships with youth and their families and help youth build relationships with each other and with the parish
 • Plan, develop, and implement all aspects of a balanced youth ministry, including Sunday School, worship, service, fun fellowship, and outreach
 • Select and/or create materials for Christian formation that support the theology and focus of St. David's
 • Identify and develop adult volunteers to work with youth in all aspects of youth ministry
 • Mentor youth in developing leadership skills
 • Encourage youth to engage in service through the many ministries offered at St. David's
 • Coordinate and oversee confirmation classes and provide leadership for confirmands, mentors, and parents
 • Broadly communicate the vision and activities of youth ministry through a variety of media (e.g., email, social media, newsletters, bulletin boards)
 • Plan and lead "Youth Sunday" liturgies
 • Plan and lead several trips throughout the year, including a fall retreat and mission trips

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
 • Produce annual report of youth ministry and provide regular updates to vestry
 • Plan and manage a balanced budget

Qualifications & Qualities Required:
 • 3+ years of experience in youth ministry
 • Bachelor's degree
 • Deeply spiritual, creative, charismatic, energetic, and a model of Christian discipleship

This position reports to the Associate Rector for Family Ministry and collaborates with our Children's Ministry Director and Children's Music Director. Salary is commensurate with education and experience level.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to family@stdavidchurch.org. We also invite candidates to send an optional one minute video introducing themselves to our search committee.

Application deadline is November 30, 2017.


St. Luke's Episcopal Church is seeking a Director of Education for Children, Youth, and Family Ministries

St. Luke’s seeks a Director of Education for Children, Youth and Family Ministries with creativity, energy and passion for the faith development of children throughout all stages of childhood: birth through the 12th grade. The Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries will oversee our programs that guide, mentor, and educate children with the objective of creating a solid faith foundation in the Episcopal tradition.

St. Luke's, founded in 1864 and located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, is a vibrant community of 2000 parishioners representing 1000 households from all over the greater Atlanta community – all brought together to live out Christ’s presence in the city. St. Luke’s celebrates a long history of inspiring worship, Christian education in a supportive and diverse community and years of commitment to a variety of outreach ministries.

The successful candidate is well-organized, adept at multi-tasking, and has exceptional communication skills. This is a position that requires relationship building with and among children, youth, their teachers, families, volunteers and newcomers. The candidate will execute goals set forth for children and youth ministry through programming, small-group ministry, planned events, and year-round activities. The position reports directly to the Associate Priest for Education. Please visit www.stlukesatlanta.org/careers for a detailed job description. Candidates should submit a current resume and cover letter to careers@stlukesatlanta.org.


St. Peter & St. Paul, Marietta is seeking an experienced Director of Children’s Ministry

Our Mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ. Come help us pursue this mission in ministry for and with our children and their families (from nursery through 5th grade). This part time position involves leading the Sunday School program, Children’s Chapel, Vacation Bible School, and helping lead multigenerational events during the year. Existing resources include an established program, a cadre of volunteers, a leadership team, a supportive staff and an excellent facility. Salary range will be $20,000 - $30,000 depending upon agreed hours, training, experience and demonstrated abilities. Benefits include four weeks paid vacation and retirement benefits.

Read the Vision for Ministry and position description here. Send a cover letter and resume to the Rev. Tom Pumphrey at tpumphrey@peterandpaul.org.


Rainbow Village is seeking a full time Administrative Assistant

Position Summary:

  • Handles details of a highly confidential and critical nature, and must function efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced professional environment

  • Independently manage multiple tasks and projects with competing priorities and deadlines

  • Screen and prioritize communications and opportunities from external and internal sources

  • Ability to organize and maintain administrative processes

  • Responsible for preparing presentations as requested

  • Ability to work with and bring together cross-functional coordination between programs and departments

  • The ideal candidate will be dynamic, high-energy, organized, and able to support cross-functional coordination in a fast pace environment and possess excellent judgment

  • Business hours are 9 m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday; and, on occasion, additional hours/weekends to provide support and assistance for events

  • Ability to supervise the receptionist

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

  • Minimum 8-10 years or equivalent work-related experience supporting C-level Executives and experience working with Boards of Directors is helpful

  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential information appropriately

  • Highly proficient in the following software programs: Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint, Sales Force

  • Extensive experience in administrative preparation of presentations

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Professional and personable demeanor  

  • Strong interpersonal skills and good judgment

  • Proven ability to work independently to achieve goals

  • Non-profit experience a plus

  • Mature, energetic with a ‘let’s roll up our sleeves’ attitude which is especially important in a fast paced environment

  • Proven ability to effectively collaborate with internal and cross-functional teams and external parties 

Please send cover letter and resume to nyancey@rainbowvillage.org with Administrative Assistant in the subject line.  (No phone calls or drop-ins, please.) 


St. Gregory Athens is seeking a part-time Coordinator of Youth Ministries

The Coordinator of Youth Ministries will create a loving, inclusive, and safe community for the youth of the parish; help them grow in love of God and neighbor; and facilitate learning to equip them for ministry, service, and leadership in the church and in the world. This is a part-time (8 hours a week) position.

QUALIFICATIONS
The Coordinator of Youth Ministries position requires an active Christian faith, high energy and enthusiasm, solid organizational and communication skills, the ability to work with both youth and adult volunteers, and emotional health and maturity. Knowledge of the Episcopal Church preferred but not required.

DUTIES
In collaboration with and assistance from the Youth Committee and parish leaders, the Coordinator of Youth Ministries has shared responsibility for the following:
• Youth Events and Gatherings--Plan and coordinate youth events for youth 6th-12th grade.
• Sunday School: Recruit and support teachers for middle school and high school youth.
• Parish Life and Ministries: Encourage and facilitate the involvement of youth in the life and worship of the parish.
• Service, Outreach and Mission: Plan and promote service projects and mission trips.
• Retreat or Pilgrimage: Plan and promote an event for spiritual growth once a year.
• Pastoral Care: Provide loving care and support for the youth of the parish.
• Youth Committee: Meet regularly with adult volunteers and leaders of the Youth Committee.
• Attend Sunday worship and participate in Sunday morning activities.

Interested applicants send resume via email to office@stgregoryathens.org or contact the Rev. Laura Bryant 706-546-7553 ext 2 for further information.


Rainbow Village is seeking a Chief Executive Officer

MISSION:
Rainbow Village is a faith based nonprofit that transforms the lives of homeless families with children by providing a stable community and services that instill initiative, self-development and accountability for future generations.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

LEADERSHIP
• Create and sustain collaborative working relationships with community partners, investors, businesses, faith based organizations, public officials, non-profit partners and others to help achieve the goals of Rainbow Village.
• Participate with the Board of Directors in the development of a vision and strategic planning to guide the organization’s growth.
• Act as a spokesperson for the organization.
• Oversee the day to day management of Rainbow Village.

FUNDRAISING / DEVELOPMENT
• Identify and cultivate prospects and maintain relationships with investors to fulfill philanthropic
funding goals. 

FINANCIAL PLANNING, ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
• Work with staff and the Board (Finance Committee) to prepare a comprehensive budget for operations.
• Administer the funds of the organization according to the approved budget and monitor the monthly cash flow of the organization.
• Oversee the strategy, development and implementation of fundraising efforts for sustainable funding and reserves; participate in fundraising activities as appropriate.
• Oversee the efficient and effective day-to-day operations of the organization.
• Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of Rainbow Village’s programs and services.
• Continuous assessment of organization and program efficiency and effectiveness; recommend and implement changes as needed. 

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
• Recruit, interview and select staff that have the knowledge, skills and abilities to help further the organization’s mission.
• Determine staffing requirements for organizational management and program delivery.
• Oversee the implementation of the human resource policies, procedures and practices.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must have a demonstrated commitment to the mission of breaking the cycle of homelessness, poverty and domestic violence.
• Minimum Bachelor’s degree in business management, social services or related field (Master’s degree preferred).
• Demonstrated capability as a strong community leader to work with multiple sectors in the community, including but not limited to: investors, businesses, faith based organizations, public officials, and non-profit partners.
• Demonstrated expertise in organization, personnel and financial management.
• Strong written, presentation, verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
• Five years of management experience in the field of philanthropy or not-for-profit management.
• Demonstrated ability to attract and sustain philanthropic funding.
• Demonstrated ability to deal effectively with a wide range of community stakeholders. The
individual must be comfortable with diversity and respect for the dignity of every human being. 

Status: Exempt. Full-time.
Reports to: Rainbow Village Inc. Board of Directors
Compensation range: $90,000-$125,000 with bonus opportunity

Applications go to CEOapplicants@rainbowvillage.org


St. Aidan’s is seeking a part-time Director of Children’s Ministry

In Seeking to Know Christ and Make Him known, the Director of Children’s Ministry oversees the general administrative and supervisory responsibilities for the Sunday school and other programs, as well as relating the educational ministry of Sunday school to the total ministry of the church. 

Responsibilities:

Sundays: Plan and coordinate ministry of the following:
• Nursery, works with nursery committee. Responsible for recruitment and training of volunteers, maintenance of toys and supplies; age-appropriate activities; scheduling paid caregivers and volunteers. Provide a warm, welcoming experience to new families bringing their children to the nursery and follow up with them afterwards.
• Pre-K to 5th grade Sunday school
• Children’s Chapel (direct participation, support and oversight)
• Eucharist/communion class at least once a year for young children
• Communication with parents to include upcoming lesson plans, topics covered in Sunday School, and suggestion for activities or resources that parents and families can do at home to promote Christian formation

Seasonal:

• Vacation Bible School (working with a team of parishioners in planning, recruiting of helpers, communications, registrations, and follow-up). VBS is usually in early June. Works with Director of Music to coordinate the music
components.
• Christmas Pageant: (working with a team of parishioners in planning, recruiting of helpers, communications, registrations, and follow-up). Works with the Director of Music to coordinate the program.

Support:

• Provide support and guidance as needed for the Jr. and Sr. High Sunday school program
• Coordinates with the Director of Music for support of the children’s choirs and music program.

Coordination includes:
• Working as a regular part of the St. Aidan’s Church Staff, including regular attendance at monthly staff meetings and weekly check-ins with the rector.
• Working with vestry liaison and Christian Education Committee to develop and implement curriculum for the Children’s Ministry
• Identifying, recruiting, orienting, supporting and scheduling teachers for Sunday school
• Ensuring that all teachers and assistants are in compliance with Safeguarding God’s Children – coordinates with the Director of Youth Ministries for those volunteers needing that training for older youth.
•  Planning and leading teacher commissioning (Aug or Sept) and teacher appreciation (May) – coordinates with the Director of Youth Ministry for older age group teachers
• Communications: keeping the parish up-to-date on children’s ministry activity through Parish Matters, enews, website, weekly bulletin announcements and bulletin boards
• Classroom and storage space care: ensuring maintenance, appearance, cleanliness of classrooms and organization of storage space
• Overseeing budget for Children’s Christian Education
• Managing and ordering supplies as needed and within the budget
• Assisting with shared space and shared ministry with St. Aidan’s Preschool
• Recruiting volunteers as needed
• Calling and following-up with parents as needed.

Youth Christian Education:

• Working with the Director of youth ministry to recruit, train, and support teachers for middle and high schoolers, including assisting with curriculum selection which builds on the previous year’s programming.
• Overseeing a Children’s Lenten Program for Wednesday nights in Lent that partners with the Adult program

Sunday mornings (8:15-12:45)
• Be a loving presence, responding to needs from parents, volunteers and children as they arrive.
• Help with the gathering of the children as Sunday school begins.
• Responsible for Children’s Chapel (second service), including the volunteer worship leaders and shepherds.
• Helping to welcome, include and track visitors and new members; focusing on those with children.

Position Criteria:
1. A growing knowledge and profession of scripture, Episcopal church traditions and liturgy
2. Interest in and awareness of educational needs for Christian development in a broad age range but focusing on children from infancy to pre-teen
3. Active participation in worship at St Aidan’s
4. Good organization skills and self-motivation
5. good communication skills, with they ability to relate well to children and adults (parents, clergy, vestry, and volunteers)
6. an openness to learn
7. Appropriate college level preparation

Hours and Compensation
• Average of 20 hours per week, including 4-5 hours on Sunday mornings & flexible office hours on weekdays
•  See St. Aidan’s Employee Handbook for benefits and employee policies. Position includes pension
•  Salary is hourly based on education and experience of the applicant

Position is open and available for immediate employment. Contact Fr. Reggie at 770-521- 0207 or email at Fr.Reginald@staidans.org


Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Greensboro, GA is seeking a part-time Organist  

Part-time organist needed to accompany one Sunday service at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Greensboro, GA. At this time there is no choir, although we would like to develop a choral program in the future.


Christ Church Macon seeking a full-time Youth Minister

We are a midsized Episcopal Church (approx. 600 people) in downtown Macon. The majority of our parishioners live outside of the downtown area and are middle to upper class, well educated, and many are professionals in the community. Our worship is traditional and liturgical but the youth (and some of the younger adults) are interested in a more contemporary worship experience on at least an occasional basis. We have a youth program now but the youth minister is very part time and the program is needing further development to grow. We have many families with children and youth of all ages active in the parish. There is also ample opportunity for outreach in the community and there is interest among the youth to expand their involvement in outreach and in mission. The high school group also is hungry for more opportunity for Bible study and discipleship.

We seek a full time youth minister who will address the needs mentioned above and develop thriving programs for junior high and for senior high youth. The youth minister would also be responsible for teaching (or arranging for a teacher for) Confirmation and Sunday School for the youth. We would like to see the development of a summer mission trip as well. Salary is competitive and dependent on experience and health insurance and pension are provided. We seek someone who is able to actively engage with the youth and be a strong spiritual leader among that community. A spirituality and theology consistent with the Nicene Creed is required as well as training and experience in youth ministry, an ability to lead active outdoor activities, a heart for developing the faith of young people, and an open and welcoming, nonjudgmental attitude. Salary competitive and health insurance provided.

For more information about the position contact the Rev. Cynthia Knapp (478)745-0427
Send applications with resume and references to Office@Christchurchmacon.com


St. Benedict's Nursery Seeks an Infant/Toddler Teacher

St. Benedict’s Nursery in Smyrna, GA is seeking an exceptional infant/toddler teacher to join an amazing team of early childhood educators.
Our mission is to provide a high quality learning environment for children aged 3 months to 36 months old. We believe children are unique, complex human beings with an inherent desire to learn. We strive to know each child on an individual basis and develop a relationship with the children and parents to provide a loving yet motivated and developmentally appropriate learning environment.
We are a ministry of St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church.Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree in ECE or related field; commensurate experience considered or  CDA

  • Current First-Aid and CPR certification

  •  Physical constraints required include the ability to hear the conversational voice, with or without a  hearing aid, the ability to see and read newsprint with or without corrective lenses, to speak and be understood under normal circumstances, to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds, and the use of arms, hands, legs, and feet with or without corrective devices to accomplish the job, including evacuation of the building during emergencies.

Schedule

  • Work hours are 7:30am to 2:00pm, Monday – Friday.

  • This is a part-time position and does not include benefits.

  • These hours are subject to change based on our enrollment and staffing needs.

  • Compensation is currently $15/hour.

  • Our school year runs August – May and we offer summer camps for most of June and July.

  • Candidates must be able and willing to work throughout the summer.

  • We follow an academic calendar; we are closed for most holidays, including a one-week break at Thanksgiving and two weeks at Christmas as well as a week in March for Spring Break.

Click here for the job description.Submit a cover letter and resume to Courtney Vaughn at courtney@mysaintb.org
Visit us online at www.mysaintb.org/stbn


Grace Church Seeks a Director of Youth Ministries

This part-time position is an integral part of an enthusiastic staff, working to develop and support the vital ministries with the youth of Grace Church in Gainesville, Georgia. More information about Grace Church can be found at www.gracechurchgainesville.org.General Responsibilities: Developing, promoting, coordinating and maintaining a vibrant youth ministry of Grace Church by providing specific, focused and comprehensive programs and activities for youth in grades 6-12. The DYM is expected to work closely with the Director of Christian Formation (or their equivalent who focuses on children and adults) and the wider staff under the guidance and direction of the Rector of Grace Church. The DYM is expected to be a proactive member of a dynamic ministry team who works to enrich and nurture the lives of youth within the broader parish community.

Specific Responsibilities and Expectations: (including but not limited to)

  • Curriculum Development and Implementation

    • Develop, promote, and oversee formation programs for grades 6-12.

    • Recruit, communicate, provide, and encourage opportunities for training all mentors, teachers, and leaders of the youth.

    • Organize regular meetings/communication to support leaders and teachers in the preparation of curriculum, management of resources, and youth events.

  • Youth Activities Planning and Development

    • Build relationships with Grace Church youth, their families, and the wider community. Special attention should be paid to nurturing involvement and support from families, as a means of encouraging both participation and spiritual development.

    • Coordinate a calendar of events for Youth to participate in Diocesan and Grace events.

    • Maintain communication with all stakeholders and seek their input as appropriate.

    • Encourage ideas for programs, activities, etc. from youth and help them become leaders. Promote and empower youth leadership and accountability within the program and wider parish community..

    • Foster the involvement of youth in the life of the parish.

    • Recruit Grace Church Youth, their friends, and youth from the Gainesville area to participate in program.

  • Education and Experience

    • Education- a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is needed, with that study pertaining to education, organizational management, human resources, or an applicable field. As well, proficiency in theological education is expected, whether in specific programs of study or in experience.

    • Experience- it is expected that the candidate will have experience working with youth, with a preference for three to five years.

    • Skills and knowledge

      • Trustworthiness, accountability for commitments to the program.

      • Ability to engage effectively with youth, mentors, families, and parish.

      • Listen to Youth needs, desires and goals.

      • Able to develop and maintain effective working relationships collaboratively.

      • Good technology aptitude. Knowledge of and ability to navigate social media.

      • Strong leadership, time management, communication and organizational skills.

    • Compensation

      • The position of Director of Youth Ministries at Grace Church is a part-time position, consisting of 20 hours per week. The hours are flexible, with expectations to be present at staff meetings, Staff mornings, and scheduled youth events.

      • There are two weeks of vacation time available for each year.

      • Sick days accrue at the rate of one day per month of employment.

      • Because this is a part-time position, there are no health insurance or pension benefits offered.

      • The total compensation is $20,000.00 per year.

Interested parties are invited to apply by sending a resume and cover letter to:Fr. Stuart Higginbotham, Rector
Grace Episcopal Church
422 Brenau Avenue
Gainesville, GA 30501
Email: stuart@gracechurchgainesville.org
Phone: 770-536-0126