January 19 - EDOT, Seeks A Communications Director
Founded in 1836, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas serves over 150 churches across 57 counties in Texas. Headquartered in downtown Houston, we are seeking a Communications Director to adapt our communications strategy to meet current needs. Reporting to Canon to the Ordinary / Chief Operating Officer, this position is responsible for providing significant assistance to the Executive Team to develop and implement strategies for the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. The Director of Communications is responsible for advancing and ensuring that the diocesan vision, mission, and ministry is positioned, communicated and disseminated both internally and externally. This position will be responsible for developing and managing marketing and communications efforts across multipleplatforms, including social media and the web. This position is also responsible for coaching and teaching communications skills to congregations and diocesan staff. Resumes must be received by March 1, 2019. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to: . More information on this position can be found here.
January 16 - St. George's, Austin, Seeks A Part-Time Music Minister
Music is an integral part of the life of St. George’s. Under the leadership of the rector, the music minister exercises an important ministry that reaches out to the staff, choir members, and members of the congregation. Duties of the St. George’s Music Minister include playing organ and piano and directing the adult choir at the weekly 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service, making music selections in advance of the worship services, and conducting an evening choir practice on a weekly basis. Please complete the application form found here and email a resume/curriculum vitae to the rector, the Rev. Kevin LJ Schubert.
January 11 - St. Mark's, Austin, Seeks A Director of Christian Formation
The Director of Christian Formation, in cooperation with the Rector, is responsible for overseeing the Christian formation of all members of the church from crawling babies through graduating high school seniors. They assist the Rector as available with Adult education. They will oversee and implement programs and individual events designed to help children and youth grow in faith and to foster a community where they may nurture and support one another. These include Sunday morning formational programs for all ages, a weekly Sunday-afternoon youth group (grades 6-12), and occasional special events. Click here for more information. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Zac Koons by January 31st.
January 11 - Seminary of the Southwest, Seeks A Development Assistant
The Development Assistant for Institutional Advancement is responsible for supporting the department staff by providing the necessary services required for Seminary of the Southwest's department of Institutional Advancement to function at a high level of proficiency. This position requires technological expertise and attention to detail. It supports the full range of fundraising activities including annual fund, alumni relations, major gifts, planned giving, foundation relations, events, campaign management, and the cultivation and stewarding of donors. The candidate must be a team player who has experience in a complex office environment, who thrives on concrete goals, and who rises to high expectations. The candidate must display exceptional communication skills, including phone and email etiquette. A strong candidate will have interest in building a career in the field of fundraising and will have 2-3 years of experience in a fast-paced collegial work place, preferably a nonprofit. Click here for more information.
January 7 - St. Andrew's, Pearland, Seeks A Project Lead/Supply & Logistics Coordinator
The positions (2) available are both a combination Project Lead/Supply & Logistics Coordinator. No experience necessary. You will train on the job. Most work is in the Brazoria County area. Some of the requirements include: be at least 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma and be a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States. Benefits include: monthly living allowance of $1,373, free limited benefits health coverage and more. For a full list, please click here. Respond to Jim Liberatore, with resume.
January 7 - St. Alban's, Harlingen, Seeks A Youth Minister
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Harlingen, is looking for a Youth Minister who dares to fall in love with their church. The newly hired Youth Minister will be tasked with building a youth ministry in a community ready to embrace new opportunities and relate to the church’s school (through 6th grade), organizing chapel services and social media. The youth meet in the ROC, a four-year-old facility with a gym, showers, kitchen, comfortable meeting room and rock wall. In addition, Harlingen is only 40 minutes from the beach at South Padre Island. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to .
November 27 - St. Luke's on the Lake, Austin, Seeks A Full-Time Youth Minister
St. Luke's on the Lake Episcopal Church in Austin is seeking a full-time Youth Director to lead our ongoing youth ministries by building deep and meaningful relationships, modeling a Christ-like lifestyle and faith, leading youth ministry events, aiding in the transformative education of students, and becoming actively involved in the life of our parish. We are looking for a practicing, safeguarded Episcopalian to lead and nurture our 6th to 12th grade youth in faith formation and active participation in parish life. Please send letter of interest and resume to . Job available January 2019.
November 15 - St. Aidan's, Cypress Seeks A Music Minister
St. Aidan’s is looking for a pianist/keyboardist to lead its traditional service (Sundays at 8 a.m.) and provide support for the more contemporary music (Sundays at 10:30 a.m.). St. Aidan’s is a vibrant and expanding episcopal congregation in Cypress. Background and proficiency in traditional hymnody Strongly preferred. Salary range $10,400-$15,600 annually depending on experience and availability. Please send letter of interest and resume to .
November 8 - St. Luke's, San Antonio Seeks A Teacher
The Mustard Seed, St. Luke's Episcopal Church's weekday program for young children, is seeking a Teacher for the Young 2’s Class to begin work on January 8, 2019. Hours are Tuesday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The Mustard Seed is a Texas Licensed faith and nature based weekday school. Please contact the Director, Catherine Landis, for more information or call: 210.828.6425.
November 6 - Holy Comforter, Spring, Seeks A Part-Time Director of Music
The Director of Music is responsible for leading the church choir on the piano for Sunday worship services, leading rehearsals, and selecting music. Please email cover letter and resume to the Rev. Jimmy Abbott . More information on the position can be found here.
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