Employment Opportunities

Diocese > about the diocese
Change Font Size:    A A A

November 13 - Episcopal Health Foundation Seeks Evaluation Officer

The Episcopal Health Foundation seeks an Evaluation Officer that will be the lead staff person responsible for developing and implementing an evaluation system as well as indicators and tools for measuring the impact of the Foundation on population health at the grantee, programmatic, and organizational levels, to ensure that the Foundation’s work effectively improves community health in the 57 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. The Evaluation Officer will work closely with the Learning Officer, Director of Impact, and leadership within EHF. A detailed job description can be found here. To apply for this position please send cover letter and resume to:  


November 11 - EDOT Seeks Program Director For Service Corps In Austin

The Episcopal Diocese of Texas seeks a Program Director for the Texas Episcopal Service Corps in Austin that will oversee the ESC program for its Austin site. This includes chairing the steering committee, recruiting non-profit host sites, managing young adult fellows, performing administrative duties, working with the TX-ESC Director in recruiting fellows, and overseeing all formation and community-life tasks among the fellows. A detailed job description can be found hereInterested candidates should send a cover letter and resume by Dec. 1 to . The position will begin in January 2015. 


November 11 - Calvary, Bastrop, Seeks Part-Time Youth Director

Calvary, Bastrop, seeks a Youth Director who will create and execute a progressive program for Pulse youth, grades 7-12, that allows for each individual to become grounded in their faith through mission, diverse communities, worship, and individual spiritual practices so they have a foundation to carry with them, now and in the future. The youth program will rely on teamwork among the Youth Director, the Rector,Sponsors, Teachers, and Parents.  The Youth Director (YD) will plan and administer the program in such a manner that continuity will be developed over time. For a more detailed job description and contact info, click here


November 11 - Ascension, Houston, Seeks Part-Time Organist/Pianist

Ascension Episcopal, Houston, seeks a part-time organist/pianist. The organist/pianist should have the skills and ability to play both organ and piano at the Bachelor of Music level. Sight reading and improvisational skills are a huge plus. Click here for a more detailed job description. Inquiries and resumes can be sent to  parish secretary. 


November 5 - Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi, Seeks Full-Time Youth Minister

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi, in the Diocese of West Texas seeks a full-time Youth Minister who possesses a passion for Jesus, and a calling to share that love of Christ with young people through the ministries of the Church of the Good Shepherd and Saint James Episcopal School by building relationships with both the youth and adults, modeling a Christian lifestyle, teaching and leading ministry events, and participating in the full life of the Church.  For more information and to submit a resume, please contact , Parish Administrator.


November 4 - St. Aidan's, Cypress, Seeks Music Minister

St. Aidan’s, Cypress, seeks an individual who can lead both traditional and contemporary music. The music minister will have strong musical talent and will be able to lead volunteers both in a contemporary praise band and a small choir. More about the position can be found at http://aidanschurch.org/documents/MusicMinisterJobAnnouncement.pdf. Please email  with questions or to apply.


October 29 - Grace Episcopal, Houston, Seeks Part-Time Bookkeeper

Grace Episcopal Church and School, Houston, seeks a part-time bookkeeper who will be responsible for ensuring the effective financial administration of Grace Episcopal Church and School, including all accounting and reporting functions and timely processing of payables and receivables. This position is an hourly, non-benefits eligible position working 20-25 hours per week and will report to the Vicar/Rector and Head of School with functional reporting to the Church and School Treasurers. A detailed job description can be found hereInterested applicants should email  


October 23 - Episcopal Health Foundation Seeks Grants Administrator

The Grants Administrator is a critical role within the Foundation. Under the supervision
of the Director of Grants, the Grants Administrator has two major responsibilities: 1) to oversee the financial and record-keeping side of the grant-making process for all grants awarded, and 2) to work closely with program staff and senior leaders to ensure accurate reporting and compliance on all grants. The Grants Administrator works closely with program staff and senior leaders to manage a multi-million dollar grants portfolio to ensure organizational effectiveness and compliance, help set relevant policies, and provide technical assistance as required. See a full job description hereTo apply for this position please send cover letter and resume to: 


October 23 - Episcopal Health Foundation Seeks Program Officer

Under the leadership of the Director of Grant-making, the Program Officer assists in developing, managing and evaluating a portfolio of grants and initiatives. The Program Officer guides non-profit organizations through the entire application process, form concept development through presentation of proposals and evaluation results.  The Program Officer is one of the primary liaisons with the non-profit community, and as such, the position is very responsible and visible in the community.  The Program Officer is expected to develop and maintain a variety of relationships in the community, and a knowledge base of current trends, activities and changes within the community at-large. See full job description hereTo apply for this position please send cover letter and resume to: 

October 6 - Grace Episcopal, Georgetown, Seeks Worship Leader/Pianist

Grace Episcopal Church seeks a skilled worship leader/pianist for its Sunday 9.30 AM Eucharist at west campus near Sun City. The successful applicant will be proficient on the piano (organ skills would be considered a plus, but by no means required), have significant repertoire to offer as preludes, offertories, and postludes as well as be able to improvise during the liturgical actions. The Hymnal 1982 is used along with the Renew Hymnal. Outside musical selections are acceptable pending approval by the priest. There are no choral groups to rehearse or accompany. Applicants familiar with Anglican/Episcopalian liturgy are preferred. This adjunct musician plays for one Sunday service (Rite II) and on major feast days. Stipend is open to negotiation but will include Christmas Eve service at 5pm. For further information or to schedule an audition please contact Father Trey Garland at 512.863.2068 or 



October 6 - St. James House Seeks Director Of Nursing

St. James House seeks a Director of Nursing that will have oversight and responsibility for all nursing staff of a 105 bed skilled nursing facility. Applicant must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and a Registered Nurse (RN) with previous DON or ADON experience. This individual must be able to demonstrate compassion, empathy and have a desire to serve the elderly. More information available here. Resumes can be sent to .



September 26 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks Full-Time Children and Family Minister

Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, is looking for a full-time Children and Family Minister that will be responsible for the Cathedral’s comprehensive ministry to children (PK through 5th grade) and families, providing opportunities for both children and families to grow into the full stature of Christ. For a more detailed job description, click here. Please send resume’s to .



September 17 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks Executive Director of Guild Shop

St. John the Divine , Houston, is looking for an Executive Director for its Guild Shop, a 501(c) non-profit organization, which operates a resale shop, accepting both donations and consignments, in the Montrose section of Houston. Applicants must have a four-year college degree in an appropriate and related field. Significant prior work experience in positions of increasing responsibility is required, with demonstrated experience in the management of non-profits. Experience with financial reporting is required. Strongly encouraged is prior experience in merchandising or retail operations. For a detailed job description, click here. Please send resumes to  



September 16 - St. Stephen's, Houston, Seeks Administrative Assistant to Head of School

The Administrative Assistant to the Head of School is responsible for working directly in an administrative support role to the Head and provides support to the School's ad- ministrative team, faculty, students and parents as needed. This position also provides front office support. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED; supplemented by minimum two years previous experience and/or training that includes secretarial or clerical work, or any equivalent combination of related education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential job functions. A college degree is preferred. Click here for a detailed job description. To apply for position submit cover letter and resume to David Coe, Head of School  




To post your job listing,  with your job description. Listings will be displayed for 6 weeks or until the deadline has expired.