October 18 - St. Mark's, Austin, Seeks a Director of Operations
This is a great opportunity to do meaningful work (that includes full benefits and a flexible schedule) with a small team of talented coworkers in the heart of Austin. St. Mark’s is a welcoming and vibrant church, sitting on eight acres of beautiful greenbelt property off Barton Creek, looking for a new staff person to be the engine of our day-to-day operations. We are looking for someone with the following qualifications and attributes: The director of operations must be highly organized and a skilled administrator. They must have a good aesthetic sensibility plus sufficient knowledge and skill to produce excellent, public-facing digital and print communications with quick turnarounds. They must be fluent in internet-age workplace software such as Slack, Squarespace, G-Suite, etc., plus traditional workplace software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. By disposition, they must be a self-starter (proactive, disciplined, hard-working), they must be a compelling recruiter of volunteers, and as a key both inward and outward-facing member of staff, someone with consummate interpersonal skills to infuse kindness and excellence throughout all their encounters and tasks. The director of operations will oversee three broad categories of work: Office Management & Human Resources, Communications, and Facilities. A full job description available with second-stage candidates. Benefits include full medical insurance, retirement plan, generous vacation and PTO for continuing education. This is a full-time position that will require some mandatory in-office hours with significant flex, work-from-home hours as well. Interested candidates send resume and cover letter to the Rev. Zac Koons at .
October 8 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks a Youth Minister
The student minister will support and continue to develop an atmosphere of belonging and faith development for the youth at St. John the Divine. The person in this role will lead the ongoing youth ministries at SJD by building deep and meaningful relationships, modeling a Christ-like lifestyle and faith, and aiding in the transformative education of youth following the teaching and rites of the Episcopal church. We expect this person to lead ministry events and become actively involved in the life of our church. Our overall goal is to equip students for an on-going life of faith, from high school to well past graduation. The regular workweek for this position will be Sunday – Thursday, with some regularly scheduled nights and weekends. This is a full-time, salaried position eligible for full benefits and exempt from overtime pay. Click here for more information.
October 4 - All Saints, Stafford, Seeks a Church Pianist/Organist
All Saints, Stafford, is seeking a church musician who will join our staff and provide music for our weekly 10:30 a.m. Sunday service and other worship services, (which may include services on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Easter, and Advent Lessons and Carols). The selected candidate will be a part of our administrative team and will provide updates on the maintenance and condition of instruments. Occasionally we will highlight church ministries on our website and selected candidate would also submit occasional articles about our music program. Some of the responsibilities include: prepare weekly musical selections for Sunday services; select anthems, psalm settings, service music and other choral pieces in consideration of liturgical season, lectionary and appropriateness. More information about this position can be found here. Interested persons contact: the Rev. Glenice Robinson-Como or call 281.499.9602.
October 4 - St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Austin, Seeks a Chaplain
St. Stephen's Episcopal Schools is looking for an ordained Episcopal priest who will play a vital role in the life of the St. Stephen's community. The ideal candidate will: shape, articulate and preserve the school’s Episcopal identity, working in partnership with the Head of School; lead the spiritual life of a spirit-centered community that respects and honors all faiths, grounded by daily worship in the Episcopal tradition; understand, honor and uphold the unique history, traditions and mission of the school as they relate to the school’s Episcopal identity; communicate and advocate for that identity among members of the school community, for prospective families and for other friends of the school. More information about this position can be found here. Interested persons contact: the Rev. George Andrews.
September 28 - Good Shepherd, Austin, Seeks a Director of Music and Mission
The Director of Music & Mission at the Hill is responsible for leading the music ministry and missional activities at the Hill, a campus of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Austin, Texas as we build our presence in the Travis Heights neighborhood. This person will lead the music ministry for Sunday liturgies and the Hillside Early Childhood Center’s chapel program. The Director of Music & Mission should have a passion for building community. will help the congregation imagine how to use its space and resources in service to the neighborhood and wider community. The parish will provide housing in a parish-owned house adjacent to the Hill’s campus. The position is full-time with benefits.More information about this position can be found here. For more information, contact the Rev. Channing Smith.
September 16 - Seminary of the Southwest, Seeks an Enrollment Manager
The Enrollment Manager will provide leadership, strategic enrollment planning, and oversight of student recruitment strategies and efforts. The Enrollment Manager is a complex position that should maintain extensive knowledge of Southwest’s mission, vision and core values. Knowledge of admission requirements, policies and procedures is necessary in order to effectively interpret them to prospective students and their families. Work location is on-site at Seminary of the Southwest’s campus in Central Austin, but may be flexible with up to approximately 20% remote working opportunities per week where feasible and mutually agreed in advance. A generous benefits package includes health, dental, health savings account, employer-funded retirement savings plan contribution, plus paid personal, federal, and most Christian religious holidays off. Click here for more details about this position.
September 13 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks a Front Desk Supervisor
The Front Desk Supervisor is one of the most visible roles on campus. Through his/her demeanor, he/she sets the tone for St. Martin’s mission. This person supports the Church by performing routine clerical, secretarial and administrative work. He or she acts as supervisor of the receptionists; provides exemplary customer service to visitors on campus and callers over the phone; and records these interactions as needed. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the key responsibilities include: plan, create and maintain schedules to guarantee front desk coverage during regular business hours and special events, as needed; receive the public, answer questions, provide commonly used forms, and refer individuals to the appropriate person or department, as applicable; stay up to date on activities and developments across campus to provide accurate information to parishioners. More information about this position can be found here. For more information, contact Daniella Roth.
September 9 - Holy Cross, Sugar Land, Seeks a Youth Leader
Holy Cross, Sugar Land, seeks a part-time (15-20 hours per week) youth leader. Reporting to the rector, the youth leader is an enthusiastic disciple of Jesus Christ with a heart for leading middle and high school students into the same life-changing commitment. He/she is a self-directed team player, who works well with others and sees youth ministry as part of the overall mission of the Church. The youth leader will lead a dedicated team of adult volunteers to assist him/her toward the successful execution of his/her ministry. Click here for additional information abut the position. For more information, contact the Rev. Scott Thompson.
September 9 - Good Shepherd, Kingwood, Seeks a Parish Secretary
Good Shepherd, Kingwood is seeking a part-time parish secretary who can update and maintain membership records, social media, interaction with Church members, general public and other office duties. Flexible hours, retirement plan, and friendly atmosphere. Please email resume to:
August 30 - St. David's, Austin, Seeks a Director of Ministry
The Director of Youth Ministry is responsible for overseeing, supporting, and developing the programs for youth, working directly with middle and high school aged youth and their families. The Director of Youth Ministry will work closely with the program team to coordinate programs for youth ministry as well as the full church. The Director of Youth Ministry will also work with the Children’s Minister to support Vacation Bible School programming. The Director of Youth Ministry will report to the Rector or someone the Rector designates, currently the Chief of Staff. We are looking for an individual who feels called to lead youth long-term, someone youthful at heart but not afraid to assert authority in appropriate situations. Some of the responsibilities include: provide program and activity opportunities that are accessible, welcoming, and engaging to all youth regardless of socio-economic background, ethnicity, sexual-orientation, physical or mental abilities. Someone who is affirming of all youth, in particular queer and trans youth, youth with learning disabilities (ADHD, autism), and youth living in poverty; coordinate, with staff and volunteers, meaningful Sunday morning programs for middle school and high school youth, which includes coordinating teachers, materials, refreshments and seasonal programs in concert with primary parish staff and lay leaders; think creatively about ministry in an urban setting with members of the Youth Group living in all areas of the city. Click here for more information about this position. For more information, contact the Rev. Chad McCall.
August 24 - San Pablo/ St. Paul's, Houston, Seeks a Parish Administrative Assistant
San Pablo/ St. Paul's is looking for an individual who will serve as a receptionist and administrative assistant for the church. Must possess a gracious and welcoming spirit to all who come without judgment about their welfare and status in life. This person must be comfortable working with and receiving vulnerable populations including homeless persons, sex workers and persons in crisis of any kind. As a member of the pastoral care and administrative team the assistant will provide administrative support to all business and program functions of the church in a manner that upholds the mission and quality standards of this organization and results in witnessing to the love of Christ in the world. More information about this position can be found here.
August 19 - St. Philip's, Palestine, Seeks an Organist and Choirmaster
The organist and choirmaster will enrich the liturgical worship of the parish by developing and nurturing the music ministry of St. Philip’s. The Rector Salary: Determined by ability, experience, and education. Budget: Additional funds may be provided for soloists, instrumentalists, instrument maintenance, music, and continuing education. Conditions of Employment: Average ten (10) to twelve (12) hours per week (1/4 time) Benefits: Two weeks paid vacation and one week sick leave each year. Note that a suitable replacement must be scheduled in consultation with the rector. Some of the responsibilities include: serving as the organist/choirmaster on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, minimum one hour weekly choir rehearsal, sufficient warm-up prior to services. Also responsible for special services throughout the church year, e.g., Christmas Eve services, Holy Week services (Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday), Easter Vigil, Easter Sunday, and other organist and choir supported services as arise from time to time (e.g., occasional services of Evensong). For more information about this position, contact Justin Briggle. More information about this position can be found here.
August 12 - St. James', Austin, Welcome Table, Seeks a Development Coordinator
The Development Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and coordinates Welcome Table's strategic plans for raising funds from individual donors, grant makers and other partners. Welcome Table, Inc. is a non-profit organization that was established in 2011 by parishioners of St. James’ Episcopal Church. Our mission is to form communities that create greater access to education and the basics of wellness for children, families, and seniors in our east Austin community. Some of the responsibilities include: coordinate grant writing, proposal submissions, and gift acknowledgment activities; and rack progress of philanthropic requests, pledges and contributions. For more information about this position, contact Lizzie Cain-Clark. More information about this position can be found here.
August 12 - St. James', Austin, Seeks a Children's Minister
St. James’ Children’s Minister will focus on implementing programs and events designed to assist children, ages 3rd - 5th grade, grow in faith and to foster a community where families may nurture, befriend, and support one another. This is a part-time position, 12 hours/week, with seasonal variations. St. James’ is a multi-racial, multi-cultural parish committed to diversity and radical hospitality. All programs at St. James’ are grounded in the Episcopal tradition and uniquely influenced by our African-American heritage. Some of the responsibilities include: administer and support the Sunday Godly Play program; design and implement a once-monthly children’s Sunday morning program that takes us beyond the Godly Play curriculum; support in-person Children’s services and occasional special multigenerational events. For more information about this position, contact the Rev. Eileen O'Brien. More information about this position can be found here.
August 9 - The Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Seeks a Prairie View Canterbury Campus Missioner
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas is seeking a campus missioner to provide leadership at Prairie View A&M that results in spiritual formation, vocational discernment, an expanding missional impact on campus culture, increased student participation and the development of lay and ordained leaders in the Episcopal Church. Applicants may send cover letter, resume, and—if ordained—OTM portfolio to . More information about this position can be found here.
August 4 - Holy Spirit, Waco, Seeks a Part-Time Music Coordinator
This position is responsible for coordinating the musical worship of Holy Spirit, Waco. Some of the primary duties and responsibilities include: Recruit for, develop, and conduct the quire* ;teach choral repertoire using primarily aural techniques.**; recruit and coordinate rotations of instrumentalists, soloists, and others who participate in musical worship; choose music for weekly worship and special events; intentionally include children in musical worship, within or outside the Quire; communicate with Quire, instrumentalists, congregation, and leadership team; other administrative duties as assigned. *Quire: an archaic spelling of “choir” used in Great Britain in the 18th Century. Quires were rural church choirs that included instrumentalists and used a mix of oral and written musical traditions. **For those unfamiliar with but open to learning aural techniques for leading choirs, training and resources will be provided. For additional questions about this position, please contact Nancy Newman. More details about this position can be found here.