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July 21 - Good Shepherd, Friendswood Seeks Director for Youth and Family Ministry

Good Shepherd, Friendswood, seeks a full-time director for a vibrant youth and family ministry that involves formation, weekly programs and annual missions. Successful candidates will foster an environment of shared ministry that forms and empowers children (ages 4-18) to be faithful Christian disciples. Valuable gifts for this position include leadership, administration, teaching, hospitality, encouragement, shepherding, faith, and artistic communication. Social media skills necessary. Applicants should send questions/resumes to Youth Search Chair, 1207 W. Winding Way, Friendswood, TX 77546, or .

 

July 14 - Trinity, Houston Seeks Sunday School Coordinator

Trinity, Houston seeks a Sunday school coordinator and "tweens' Sunday school class teacher. The coordinator creates a calendar of topics to be studied utilizing the Episcopal Children’s Curriculum, communicates with volunteers and coordinate their availability through email and phone call and will be the primary teacher of the TWEENS (3rd to 6th grade) class. The position requires 4.5 hours per week. A detailed job description can be found here. Applicants should send resume to .

 

July 7 - St. Stephen's, Houston Seeks Director of Communications and Growth

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and School, Houston seeks a full-time Director of Communications and Growth to be responsible for planning and executing communication initiatives to enhance the mission and public awareness of church and school. The successful candidate will be able to utilize digital and social media, as well as print. Major responsibilities include website design and maintenance, implementation of strategic marketing plan and assistance in capital fundraising. Requirements: bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in English, journalism, etc.; five to seven years of communications experience (preferably in non-profit) and proficient skills at building collaborative relationships and listening. Full position description. Send letter of interest and resume to the Rev. Brandon Peete, associate rector.

 

June 22 - EDOT Seeks Registrar and Assistant to CFO 

The Episcopal Diocese of Texas seeks a full-time registrar and administrative assistant with strong administrative, corporate governance, and real estate skills to join our Finance Department. The Finance Department provides support to our foundations, institutions, and congregations and is responsible for the legal oversight of real estate assets held in trust by the Diocese. The right candidate will have good interpersonal skills and interface not only with staff members, but also clergy and lay people across the Diocese, board members, and county tax authorities. This position will work closely with the CFO and with the Director of Foundations.  The position requires performance of tasks that are varied and complex in nature, requiring thoughtful solutions; the right person will be organized, and able to prioritize and work under pressure. More information can be found hereInterested candidates should email a cover letter and resume by July 6, 2016 to:

 

June 2 - Brazos Interfaith Ministries Seeks Executive Director

Brazos Interfaith Immigration Network seeks an Executive Director to help our faith community serve and support immigrants in Bryan-College Station and the surrounding area. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and results-oriented and deeply committed to justice and facilitating immigrants’ access to legal, educational, and social services. Interested applicants, please email your resume and a cover letter summarizing your qualifications and describing why you would be a successful candidate to . See flier for details. 

 

May 19 - EHF Seeks Health and Equity Program Specialist

The successful candidate will support the 150+ Episcopal congregations within the 57 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to improve health and equity within their communities. As a member of the Congregational Engagement team, the Health and Equity Program Specialist will be a partner with and consultant to the congregations to support their development and implementation of programmatic work to advance community health and equity in areas such as poverty reduction, racism and disproportionality, nutrition and food security, civic engagement on pro-health policies, mental health and mental illness, and early childhood development. The Program Specialist will work with congregations to build local coalitions and support groups to align goals and messaging to strengthen impact of health and equity work across the Diocese. Find out more here.

 

May 16 - St. Stephen’s Episcopal School and Church, Houston, Lab Guru and Lab Guides for Innovative Maker Space (Da Vinci Lab)

The da Vinci Lab for Creative Arts & Sciences is an after school makerspace for students in 5th to 9th grades. The goal of the program is to offer a creative space for middle school students that inspires collaborative learning and cross pollination of learning techniques and creative skills.

Lab Guru: The Lab Guru is the primary teacher within the da Vinci Lab (DVLCAS). This person teaches the staff maintenance and use of equipment, sets the yearly curriculum for DVLCAS with input from the director, and notes the ways in which learning and making happen within the space. Part-Time Monday through Friday with occasional evening and weekend functions; 12-6:30pm. Full Job Description.

Lab Guide: The Lab Guide functions as both teacher within the da Vinci Lab (DVLCAS) and model for creative learning and inquiry for students. This person walks students through projects and oversees skill and technique building.  sets the yearly curriculum for DVLCAS with input from the director, and notes the ways in which learning and making happen within the space. Hourly, Monday through Friday with some evening and weekend functions. 2:00-6:30pm. Full Job Description.

 

 

May 5 - St. Francis, College Station, Seeks Accompanist and Choir Director

St. Francis, College Station, seeks qualified candidates for the roles of Accompanist and Choir Director for the Music Ministry. Worship is the heart of St. Francis’ life together, and music is central to our worship. Worship at St. Francis includes a wide variety of music sources and styles and features special choral or solo pieces for inspiration, but centers on music that will be sung by the entire congregation, with leadership from the choir. Previous experience and/or education is required for both positions. Salary commensurate with experience. Both positions are part-time, exempt. Resumes should be submitted to . A full job description can be found here.

 

May 5 - Good Shepherd, Austin Seeks Children and Family Minister

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Austin, seeks a full-time children and family minister to support, educate, and empower the parish and to organize and manage the ministries to children of. The Children and Family Minister will be directly responsible for overseeing the children’s ministry (infant through 5th grade) of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and directing the implementation of its mission and vision for the Nursery, Preschool Sunday School, and Elementary Sunday School and spiritually preparing the children of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church for challenges ahead in young adolescence and nurturing in those children a sense of clear Christian identity. Applicants should send resumes to Aimee Bostwick at . A detailed job description can be found here

 

April 5 St. Mary’s, Cypress Seeks Full-time Children and Youth Missioner

St. Mary's, Cypress seeks a full-time children and youth missioner to coordinate the children’s and youth ministry with assistance from volunteers and other church leaders and ministry participants. A full job description can be found here. For more information, contact the Rev. Beth Fain at .

 

April 1 - Episcopal Health Foundation seeks Capacity Building Officer

The Capacity Building Officer is a newly created position designed to lead the Foundation’s work in building the capacity of community based organizations within the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. The Officer will identify, develop, and implement opportunities to enhance the operations of community based organizations that are necessary to the achievement of the Foundation’s vision, goals, and strategies. The work may include providing consulting and/or consultant selection, retention and oversight; education and training support; and development and implementation of other strategies to strengthen community based organizations. Visit the EHF website for a complete job description and instructions for applying.

 

April 1 - Episcopal Health Foundation seeks Foundation Fellow

The Foundation Fellow supports the President in leading the programmatic work of the Foundation by conducting research and data analysis, preparing reports and presentations, managing projects, and organizing the effective and efficient use of the President’s time. This fellowship is a full time position for one year beginning in July 2016. The position provides a unique perspective for an early-career professional who is interested in the substance of the Foundation’s work around community health as well as the unique opportunity to observe the entire scope of work of the Foundation from the chief executive’s office. Visit the EHF website for a complete job description and instructions for applying.

 

March 22 - St. Michael’s, Austin Seeks Parish Administrator

St. Michael's, Austin, seeks a parish administrator that will have business and administrative responsibilities to facilitate the operations of the parish, including oversight of operations, general office, finance and insurance, facilities and equipment.  Compensation: Salary--Based upon experience; Paid vacation; Medical insurance; generous 403(b) contributions. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting or Finance or comparable business experience; a thorough knowledge of MS Office and ACS or Shelby, knowledge of Google Apps for Work is helpful; be a self starter, cooperate with a variety of people, be creative in solving problems and demonstrate good judgment in decisions. Please send resume to  .

 

February 24 - EDOT World Mission Board Seeks Contract Communication Assistant

The Diocese of Texas World Mission Board seeks a person to serve in a monthly communications contract position. This is a contract position with no benefits at a rate of $30/hour with an expected monthly average of 20 hours. A full job description can be found hereInterested parties should contact the The Rev. Meredith Holt, Chair World Mission Board, at or 409.762.9676.

 

 

 

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