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June 27 - Lord of the Streets, Seeks Executive Director
The Executive Director works collaboratively with the Bishop’s Committee and congregational/community partners to ensure the operational, fiscal, and strategic success of Lord of the Streets. The Executive Director also works in close partnership with the Vicar, staff, and volunteers ensure that the mission, vision, and operations of LOTS are fulfilled. For more information, click here. To apply, .

June 21 St. Stephen’s Episcopal School, Seeks Director of Development (Full Time)
Under minimal supervision, the high-performing and relational Director of Development (DD) at St. Stephen’s plays a strategic leadership role in advancing the mission of the School and Church. The DD works to articulate and cultivate the philosophy of philanthropy of St. Stephen’s Church and School, grounded in our mission and core values.  The DD develops all stakeholders including the Board of Trustees, Vestry, staff and faculty, parents, alumni, students, and parish to embody this culture of giving. To apply, email  .

June 15 -St. Martin's, Galveston, Seeks a Event Manager 
The Event Manager supports the church by coordinating and facilitating all the events of the church.
For more information, click hereTo apply, email  .

June 15 -St. Martin's, Galveston, Seeks a Financial Assistant
The financial assistant provides appropriate and accurate accounting and business records to the Church and related entities while maintaining strict confidentiality. He or she provides acknowledgements to donors and acts as back-up for the accounts payable function. For more information, click hereTo apply, email  .

June 15 -Trinity, Galveston, Seeks a Newcomer Minister
Trinity Episcopal Church in Galveston seeks a committed, organized, and innovative lay person to be the primary connection point for newcomers to our church. This staff person will work directly with the rector, staff, and volunteers of the church to further cultivate a warm and welcoming environment. For more information, click hereTo apply, email  .

June 14 - Ascension Episcopal Church, Seeks a Part time Parish Administrator
Ascension Episcopal Church in Houston is seeking a part-time bookkeeper who is knowledgeable in Quick Books accounting software, Microsoft Word and Excel, and Google office and possesses the ability to learn Realm Software which tracks our Church Membership and giving. Pay $20 an hour. Historical Data suggest that a successful candidate would work from 5 to 10 hours per week for this part-time position. For more information, click hereTo apply, email  .

June 10 - St. John's Episcopal Church, Seeks a Part time Parish Administrator
The Church Administrator works closely with the Rector to manage the business of the parish. This includes areas of communication, human resources, facility management and parish record/reporting. The Parish Administrator seeks to provide a safe and welcoming environment, to facilitate the infrastructure to support the ministries of the church and to run an efficient and economical parish. For more information, click hereTo apply, email  .

June 9 - St. James the Apostle Episcopal Church , Seeks a VBS Music Leader 
St. James the Apostle, Conroe, seeks an enthusiastic Music Leader for Art Camp VBS, which will be held July 25-29 from 9 a.m. to noon. Applicants must have experience in teaching and leading children ages 4-10 in meaningful Christian songs with and without movement. The Music Leader will work with clergy and a team of volunteers to plan and coordinate music with the overall VBS theme. The Music Director will provide music and teach songs for the week in individual workshops for different age groups as well as for opening and closing sessions for all in attendance (about 80 children are expected). Compensation is negotiable based on experience and expertise. To apply, email  .

June 8 - Christ the King, Seeks a Youth Minister 
Christ the King, Atascocita, seeks a part-time Youth Minister to oversee the youth group and assist with children’s ministry. This person will model the love of Jesus and bring a collaborative spirit in creating youth group events as well as planning and organizing children’s chapel. The youth minister will work with the rector to organize and implement faith formation at youth group, children’s chapel, and intergenerational Bible studies. For more Click here for more information about this position. 

June 6 - St. John the Divine Episcopal , Seeks an Executive Assistant to Rector 
The Executive Assistant to the Rector will be the primary point of contact for the Rector and the Rector’s office. The person in this role will manage the schedules, communications, and events for the Rector. This is a full-time, exempt position with a schedule mirroring the Rector’s. Click here for more information about this position. 

June 6 -  St. Cuthbert School , Seeks an Assistant Director 
St. Cuthbert Episcopal School is a part time preschool and is seeking an assistant director who will embody and promote the School’s Mission and Core Values. St. Cuthbert is located on the North West side of Houston, near Cypress. The school is licensed for 145 students from 18 months through kindergarten. St. Cuthbert School is rebuilding after the past two years. Currently the school has 45 students, a devoted staff of 10 gifted teachers, an enrichment teacher and 1 director. Together they educate the mind, body, and spirit of each child. Click here for more information about this position. 

June 6 - Seminary of the Southwest, Seeks a Director of Development
Seminary of the Southwest seeks a collaborative and mission-driven Institutional Advancement team, senior member to help meet the seminary’s strategic fundraising goals. The 2021 completion of a record-setting, $20M capital campaign combined with record growth of the annual fund revenue over the past 3 years has led to expanded donor opportunities for Southwest - and for the right candidate in the role. Click here for more information about this position. 

May 15 - The Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Seeks an Executive Assistant to the Bishop Assistant, North Region
Reporting to Bishop Assistant in the North Region of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, the Executive Assistant will provide administrative support, engage in planning, draft correspondences, manage calendars, keep detailed electronic and paper records, and assist with other duties as assigned to keep the Fort Worth Diocesan Office running smoothly and to support the work of the Bishops’ Offices Team. In addition, experience in general business and office management and/or administration is desired. Click here for more information about this position. 

May 9 - El Buen Samaritano, Seeks a Director of Development
For 35 years, El Buen Samaritano (El Buen) has been a trusted community resource for Latino and immigrant families in Central Texas, serving more than 26,000 individuals annually through innovative, culturally relevant food access, health literacy, and education programming. El Buen seeks a Director of Development (DC) to lead fundraising strategies during an exciting period of organizational growth. As we look to increase our program, staff, and operational capacities, this dynamic professional will oversee El Buen’s strategic goals of sustainability and build several diverse revenue streams to ensure the continued growth of our multimillion funding portfolio. Click here to learn more about this position.

May 9 - El Buen Samaritano, Seeks a Grants and Contract Manager
El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Mission (“El Buen”) is seeking a Grants and Contracts Manager to engage in grant researching and writing activities in support of the organization’s strategic fundraising efforts. Position is responsible for the preparation of proposals and grant applications, the research and identification of private grant opportunities, the development and implementation of funding calendar activities, the engagement of program officers at organizations to solicit invitations, and the submission of required reports to funders. This position will be on campus at El Buen headquarters. This is a salaried position Monday-Friday 8am-5pm with ability to work a flexible schedule including occasional evenings, weekends, and events. Click here to learn more about this position.

May 9 - El Buen Samaritano, Seeks a Controller
El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Mission (“El Buen”) is seeking a Controller, responsible for oversight of all finance, accounting and reporting activities. The Controller will work closely with the executive leadership team and will be involved in supporting presentations to the board and finance committee to ensure planning and processes are aligned with El Buen’s strategic goals.The Controller will lead all day-to-day finance operations of a budget of $7-$10 million and will oversee the accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and grants administration functions. The Controller will ensure that El Buen has the systems and procedures in place to support effective program implementation and conduct flawless audits. The Controller will work closely with the director of programs and their staffs, not only to educate them regarding finance and accounting procedures but also to explore how the finance function can support program operations. Click here to learn more about this position.

May 4 - Calvary, Bastrop, Seeks a Part-Time Bookkeeper
Calvary, Bastrop, is seeking a part-time bookkeeper who will maintain complete and accurate records of all church financial, employment and business transactions. They will assure that all financial, employment and business records and all transaction data are correctly, accurately and timely documented and maintained. For more information about this position, click here.

May 4 - Church of the Good Shepherd, Tomball, Seeks a Parish Administrator
Church of the Good Shepherd, Tobmball, is seeking a part-time parish administrator skilled in organization, record-keeping, and communication. This position reports to our Rector (head pastor) and works closely with other members of the staff and church leaders. Areas of responsibility include supporting the Rector in administrative functions, producing weekly publications, coordinating office volunteers, communicating with parishioners on a regular basis, scheduling resources, and ensuring smooth office operations. The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate competency in administration, computer office software, organization, and will be at ease communicating with a wide variety of people in person and by phone. Working hours are M-Th 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with half-hour for lunch. For more information about this position, click here

May 3 - St. Alban's (Manchaca), Austin, Seeks a Children's Minister
The children’s minister is a 15 hour/week, lay staff member who reports directly to the Rector (senior pastor) and leads the Children's Ministries of the parish, for newborns through 6th graders. The purpose of this position is to oversee, organize, grow, and sustain the Children's Ministry of the parish. This person also facilitates intergenerational opportunities and supports the integration of children into parish life as full members of the church. The mission of the parish is“With God’s help, we seek the transformation of lives through sharing the gifts of God’s grace and love”. The Children’s Minister will collaborate with the Rector, staff, and volunteer children's ministry leadership to pursue this mission. Plan to be on-site Sunday mornings (about 4-5 hours), attend monthly Staff meetings, and maintain regular hours on site. We are a Godly Play church! This position will require the children’s minister to be trained in Godly Play. Please see the Godly play website www.godlyplayfoundation.org for more information. St. Alban's is an open and affirming church. We believe that God loves us all – no exceptions. For a full job description, click here

April 27 - St. Alban's, Waco, Seeks an Associate Rector
St. Alban's, Waco, is seeking an associate rector who will serve alongside their rector in this full-time position, overseeing worship & liturgy and our broad ministries to families. This energetic and thoughtful leader will share in preaching, teaching, and pastoral ministries. The ideal candidate will have two or more years in ordained ministry in an Episcopal parish. For a full job description and to apply, click here. 

April 26 - Episcopal Health Foundation Seeks, a Community Partnership Officer
The Community Partnerships Officer supports the Foundation’s Community Engagement efforts and works with the Vice President for Community Engagement to develop and implement EHF’s capacity building strategies for strengthening community health. This position leads EHF’s work to build the capacity of community health collaboratives and supports efforts to strengthen policy and advocacy capacity among community partners. This person is responsible for leading both the strategic planning as well as the project management and program implementation for expanding EHF’s work to strengthen community health collaboratives and expand advocacy for health equity in our region. This includes leading EHF’s recently launched Collaborating for Healthy Communities Initiative. EHF’s Community Engagement work is still developing and continues to evolve. The Community Partnerships Officer will play a central role in the continued development of this work. Click here to learn more about this position. 

April 26 - Episcopal Health Foundation Seeks, a Congregational Engagement Intern
EHF's Congregational Engagement team seeks an intern to support the Foundation's Congregational Engagement projects on a part-time basis. The Congregational Engagement team works with more than 150 Episcopal congregations in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to encourage their clergy and lay leaders to go beyond their church walls and into their communities to support community-engaged work in four areas: Mental Health, Organizing Communities, Poverty and Racial Justice. Click here to learn more about this position. 

April 22 - St. David's, Austin (Trinity Center of Austin), Seeks an Executive Director
The Trinity Center of Austin at St. David's, seeks a visionary leader with experience and compassion to take this already successful organization to the next level. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience working with homeless populations, managing all organizational constituents including the team, volunteers, donors, supporters and board members. Interested individuals who meet these qualifications are encouraged to apply, regardless of religious background or affiliation. The ED is responsible for leading program coordination, fund development, community relationships, and recruitment and management of staff. Other responsibilities include maintaining relationships with St. David's Episcopal Church, the Board of Directors and other volunteers. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years experience working with issues surrounding homelessness and poverty, fundraising and executive leadership. For more information about this position, contact  .

April 21 - Church of the Good Shepherd, Tomball Seeks a Sexton
Church of the Good Shepherd in Tomball is looking for a self-motivated individual to fill this part-time position that would require approximately 18 to 20 hours of work per week. Ideally the position would include twelve to fourteen hours during the week and six hours on Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. However, days and times are flexible and can be adapted to meet the candidate’s needs. This position requires the ability to show compassion and respect to volunteers, staff, and the community we serve. Sexton duties include set up and take down tables, chairs, tents, sound equipment, etc. for various events held at church; ladder work to change light bulbs, air conditioning filters, signs, banners, etc.; restocking restrooms with paper products and soap; small repairs around the church based on normal wear and tear; assisting vendors with access and deliveries to the church; emptying dehumidifier tanks in the church, maintaining sprinkler system functions, keeping grounds clear of debris, and other such duties as come up from time to time. Opportunities for extra hours occasionally will occur during the year when we have Weddings, Funerals, Concerts, and during Holy week/Advent. Click here to learn more about the position or contact  .

April 13 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks a Contemporary Worship Coordinator
The contemporary worship coordinator supports the church by coordinating with the vicar’s office, all clergy, pastoral care staff, the Altar Guild, chalice bearers, lay readers, ushers and acolytes regarding all worship services of the Church. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Three responsibilities include: serves as primary liaison with vicar, other clergy, executive assistant, worship services coordinator, altar guild president and volunteers on preparation for weekly regular services and special seasonal services (e.g. Easter, Christmas, Lent, guest speakers, etc.); assists the vicar, executive assistant and worship services coordinator in preparation for special events, such as feast of lights, staff Eucharists, ministry activities, retreats, etc; assists with any special events occurring or during the service (e.g. baptisms, ice cream socials and special services). More information about the position can be found here

April 6 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks a Sexton (Janitorial Services) - Part Time
St. Martin's Episcopal Church, the nation's largest Episcopal Church, is looking for a sexton (janitor) to join the Facilities’ team. Candidates must have a welcoming and friendly demeanor, the ability to communicate in English, and be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Three key responsibilities include: walk campus grounds daily; pick up and remove trash; clean church offices and restrooms nightly; open and close appropriate facilities according to master facilities calendar; and monitor lights, heating and air conditioning. More information about the position can be found here.

April 5 - St. Andrew's, Houston (The Heights), Seeks a Plant Manager
St. Andrew's, Houston (The Heights), is seeking a plant manager who is available to work Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. & Sunday 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. This position is a salaried position with benefits, including health insurance and pension. Some o the responsibilities include: daily Cleaning (sinks, toilets, counters, mirrors, floors) and Restocking (toilet paper, paper towels, soap) of all Bathrooms. Special attention prior to Sunday Service or other congregational events; arrange with Office Manager for all needed repair/service calls. Be available for repair service calls when schedule permits; unlock the parking lot door into the church and turn off alarm, and more. Click here to learn more about this position. 

April 4 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks a Receptionist
The receptionist is responsible for creating a positive and welcoming first impression by representing the voice and face of St. John the Divine. This position requires a friendly telephone voice, a high level of energy, the capacity to work with many personalities while independently juggling a variety of duties. The most important assets are a willingness to initiate, anticipate, and participate with a smile on your face. This is a full-time, benefits eligible position following a Sunday - Thursday schedule. For more information, please click here

April 4 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks an Events Coordinator
The events coordinator is responsible for managing events at St. John the Divine in coordination with various other ministries. This position also requires a one-on-one working relationship with the clergy when they are planning ministry events, classes, receptions, etc. The Coordinator will be expected to handle a wide variety of administrative activities. This position requires schedule flexibility with periodic hours in the evenings and on Saturdays. Sunday morning is a workday. For more information, please click here

April 4 - Trinity, Galveston, Seeks a Head of School
Trinity Episcopal School, a coeducational parish day school, seeks a dynamic leader who will embody and promote the School’s Mission and Core Values. Trinity is located on beautiful Galveston Island, 50 miles south of Houston, Texas on the Gulf of Mexico. The school serves 267 students in grades PK 2-8 with a staff of 34 dedicated, talented teachers and 10 administrators who educate the mind, body, and spirit of each child. The campus consists of six buildings on two city blocks adjacent to Trinity Church in downtown Galveston, with 30 classrooms, two playgrounds, a lunchroom, a library, an activity center/gym and a practice field. Students are taught in self-contained classrooms in its Beginning School (PK Ages 2-4) and Lower School (K-5), and the Middle School (6-8) is fully departmentalized. The School is a member of NAIS and NAES and is dual-accredited by regional affiliates ISAS and SAES. Trinity students are seen as intellectually curious and morally responsible, and they are well prepared to succeed in high school, college, and beyond. For more information about this position, contact Bob Kirkpatrick or click here.

April 4 - St. James the Apostle, Conroe, Seeks a Communications Coordinator
St. James the Apostle in Conroe, Texas, seeks a communications coordinator to oversee, coordinate, create and execute all published materials (worship bulletins, weekly electronic newsletter, quarterly print newsletter, brochures, posters, flyers, mailings, etc.), maintain and update the church web site, manage church-wide communiqués printed and electronic, take photographs and manage a photo archive, write press releases and manage efforts that publicize events to the greater Conroe area. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Publisher, Photoshop, PowerPoint, Excel, as well as social media. College degree with emphasis in public relations and/or journalism preferred but not required; applicants must exhibit great attention to detail and skills necessary to fulfill duties described. Church-related experience helpful but not required. Compensation to match expertise and experience. Send cover letter and resume to the Rev. Jerald Hyche, Rector or mail to P.O. Box 559, Conroe, Texas, 77305-0559. Deadline for applications: April 29, 2022.

March 30 - Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church & School, Seeks a Headmaster
Saint Thomas’ Episcopal School, with the support of its community, seeks a passionate, engaged, and committed Headmaster who has demonstrated the ability to embrace and advance the unique mission, vision, and philosophy of education of the School. Some of the responsibilities of this position include: Focus on enrollment and retention to better address attrition levels at certain grades and return Saint Thomas’ to its more sustainable and historic levels of enrollment; strengthen and promote the school-wide commitment to academic excellence, Christian education, and classical education while advancing the educational experience of every child; work with the School Board to lead the faculty and school community toward a clearer definition of classical-Christian education by building alignment around essential goals and values, and more. Click here to learn more about this position. 

March 29 - Trinity, Midtown, Seeks a Part-Time Sexton
Trinity Episcopal Church is looking for a self-motivated individual to fill this part-time position that would require approximately 20 hours of work a week. This position would require the individual to work twelve hours during the week (times are negotiable) and then eight hours on Sunday from 7 am to 2 pm. This position requires the ability to show compassion and respect to volunteers, staff, and the homeless community we serve. Sexton duties would require individual to be able to set up and take down tables/chairs/ tents/ and sound equipment for various events held at church. Individual would also be required to be able to occasionally change light bulbs, make small repairs around the church based on normal wear and tear that occurs, assist vendors with access and deliveries to the church, empty humidifier tank in the chapel, water certain gardens on the grounds a couple of times a week, clear trash around the perimeter of the church on a daily basis left by neighborhood visitors, ability to open and close the building for staff or volunteers on occasion. Opportunities for extra hours occasionally will occur during the year when we have Weddings, Funerals, Concerts, and during Holy week/Advent. For more information, contact Ryan Mire

March 4 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks a Caregiver
St. Martin's Episcopal Church, the nation's largest Episcopal Church, is seeking to fill TWO vacancies for the position of Caregiver. This position provides childcare during worship services for children 0 – Pre-kinder years of age. Candidates must have a welcoming and friendly demeanor, the ability to communicate with staff in English, and be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some responsibilities include: provide child care for worship services, weekday programs, activities and special events as assigned by the Preschool Ministries Coordinator; prepare child care rooms at the beginning of each session by checking for dangers or hazards. Set up each shift with age-appropriate toys, books in good repair and Sunday school lesson; greet parents and children upon their arrival and departure while overseeing the check in procedure in a professional and friendly manner. More information about the position can be found here.