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May 20 - Trinity, Houston, Seeks A Full-Time Administrative Assistant
Trinity Episcopal Church in Houston seeks a full -time Administrative Assistant to partner with the rector and staff to assist in the day to day work of managing the administrative needs of the parish. We are seeking an individual with strong interpersonal skills, good verbal and written communication skills, proficiency at managing data and digital records, great attention to detail, highly organized and can efficiently manage varied responsibilities including: administrative duties and project-related tasks, coordinate master calendar, assist in preparation of communications materials and other duties as assigned. Computer proficiency and basic graphic design is required. To apply, please email resume and cover letter to .

May 20 - St. David's, Austin, Seeks A Parish Administrator
St. David’s Episcopal Church in downtown Austin, TX is searching for a Parish Administrator. The Parish Administrator is the business manager for the parish, responsible for the manager of the business affairs of the church and its various enterprise operations. Some of the responsibilities include: hospitality ministry encompassing space rental and catering with staff of more than six people, oversee a coffee and gift shop with a 100K budget and more. Click here for more information about the position. Please  submit your cover letter, resume, and three references to the following address, or you may email them to .

May 20 - St. David's, Austin, Seeks A Controller
St. David’s Episcopal Church in downtown Austin, TX is searching for a Controller to be hired by June/July 2019. This is a full-time position with benefits; salary will be commensurate with experience. The correct person meets the essential duties and responsibilities, as well as having the necessary education and experience. If you feel called to this position, please review the attached job description and submit your cover letter, resume, and three references to the following address, or you may email them to . The deadline for submission is 1 June 2019.

May 20 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Coordinator of Audio Visual Services
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston is currently seeking a full-time Coordinator of Audio Visual Services. This role will support the Church by managing technical services, including events, audio-visual equipment, and relevant facility operations; assists with all audio/video needs of the church and its entities; works with staff and parishioners in education and coordinating their audio/visual needs. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the tasks and responsibilities include: Audio/video coordination for the church and its entities, manage vendors related to any audio/video needs of the church, and more. Click here for more information about the position. Resumes may be emailed to

May 20 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Director of Food Services and Chef
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston is currently seeking a full-time Director of Food Services and Chef. This role will support the Church by providing appropriate food service for church programs and special events. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the tasks and responsibilities include: Train and supervise kitchen staff members to ensure proper food preparation, sanitation and service, develop creative, nutritious and cost-effective menus, and more. Click here for more information about the position. Resumes may be emailed to

May 14 - St. Mark's, Austin, Seeks A Director of Youth and Children's Ministry
The Director of Christian Formation, in cooperation with the Rector, is responsible for overseeing the Christian formation of all members of the church. The Director will assist the Rector as available with adult education. He/she 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. The Director will supervise a team of volunteers. The Director will regularly be visible during Sunday's worship and at the parish Day School. He/she will commit to pray regularly for the parishioners of St. Mark’s. Click here to read more about the position. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Zac Koons at .

May 8 - All Saints', Austin, Seeks A Full-Time Director of Children and Youth Programs
All Saints' Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, seeks a full-time Director of Children and Youth Programs. Are you passionate about helping children, youth, families, and adults grow in the Christian faith to serve God? Are you organized? Are you decisive? Do you get things done? If yes, we want to talk to you. The Director will be responsible for programmatic activities such as (1) Sunday morning programs for all children and youth programs including nursery, Sunday school, and Children’s chapel; (2) planning and implementing EYC mission trips; and (3) serving as liaison to All Saints’ Episcopal Day School, as well as administrative and communication responsibilities associated with the position.  For complete job description, please click herePlease send a letter of interest with resume to

April 25 - St. James' the Apostle, Conroe, Seeks A Full-Time Organist and Choir Director
St. James' Apostle in Conroe is seeking a full-time organist and choir director with the musical and leadership skills necessary to continue and expand a distinguished music program in the context of Houston’s fastest-growing suburb. Applicants must have a deep appreciation for and knowledge of traditional Episcopal liturgy and music, and be adept at leading worshipers through music into an encounter with God. Experience directing adult choir, junior choir and hand-bell choir is a must, as well as excellent judgment in the selection of music for a variety of worship settings. Also required is an ability to plan, coordinate and execute special musical events involving scholarship choir members and guest musicians from throughout the Houston metropolitan area. A degree or certificate in music from a recognized school or academy is preferred. To apply, email cover letter and resume with references to the Rev. Jerald Hyche, Rector, at jhyche@stjames-conroe.

April 24 - EDOT Seeks, A Part-Time Volunteer Coordinator for Harvey Recovery
The Harvey Recovery mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas is to leverage the gifts of our congregations to enable recovery of the homes and lives of the elderly, disabled and impoverished people affected by the storm in our region. Under the direction of the Director of Hurricane Recovery, the Volunteer Coordinator will provide mission support to recruit volunteers for the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to serve on Hurricane Harvey recovery projects. Interested volunteers are to be matched to Harvey Recovery projects based on skills and availability. This position runs through December 31, 2019 with the possibility of extending another year. Initial work schedule is 24 hours per week and will require the ability to accommodate a varying schedule which would involve occasional Saturdays or Sundays, occasional evenings, and some travel to work sites. This position has the potential to increase to 30–40 hours. More details on this position can be found here. Please email resume and cover letter to: 

April 23 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks A Youth Minister
Church Cathedral in downtown Houston is looking for a vibrant, creative and committed minister to design and lead our 6-12 youth program. The successful candidate will be a committed christian who is supportive of the Episcopal faith and tradition, high-energy with a vibrant personality, dependable and of good moral character, have several years of experience growing a youth program and be willing to imagine them-self serving the cathedral youth for four or more years. This full-time position offers a competitive salary, benefits eligibility and the opportunity to minister with and among some of the finest clerics and lay-professionals in the church today. If you feel a call to this position, please send a resume and cover letter to: Ramona Sikes, HR Manager, Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas Ave, Houston, TX 77002 or call: 713.222.2593

April 2 - EDOT Seeks A Receptionist
Founded in 1838, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas serves over 150 churches across 57 counties in Texas. Headquartered in downtown Houston, we are seeking a receptionist to serve as a member of the Bishop’s Office Team with strong interpersonal skills, good verbal and written communication skills, proficiency at managing data and digital records, and great attention to detail. More information on this position can be found here. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to: 

April 2 - Church of Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi, Seeks A Youth Minister
The Church of the Good Shepherd is a historic and well-established parish in Corpus Christi that places a high priority on Biblical teaching to live out our vision of “Changing Lives, Sharing Christ”.  The church is seeking an energetic and creative full-time Youth Minister to oversee discipleship of youth in middle and high school. The successful candidate will possess 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. Job responsibilities include: Develop, coordinate, and direct all parish youth programming and activities, ensuring there is opportunity to develop fellowship, spiritual formation, discipleship and the experiencing of Christian community. The candidate will work a full-time schedule keeping regular office hours and attend church worship, Sunday School, and other organized gatherings for both the school and church, as well as teach grades 6 - 8 Spiritual Formation classes during the school year, participate in weekly chapel, and build relationships. They will also develop local mission and outreach project opportunities. This candidate must possess excellent leadership, organization and communication skills both orally and written to attract youth, their parents and the congregation to the program. A Bachelor’s Degree is required.  Some type of previous work experience with youth is preferred.  Corpus Christi, located on a beautiful bay, is a wonderful place to live with much to do and great people to meet!  Interested applicants should send your resume and a cover letter to . 

March 14 - St. Michael's, Austin, Seeks A Part-Time Assistant for Communication and Administration
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church (SMEC) in Austin, seeks a part-time Assistant for Communication and Administration to partner with the rector and staff to assist in the day-to-day work of managing the administrative and communication needs of the parish. The Assistant for Communication and Administration we seek will be motivated, organized, and reliable. He or she will be eager to learn, work hard, and partner with the rector and staff in reaching our goals. Above all, the Assistant for Communication and Administration will be on his or her own vibrant journey of faith and will articulate the importance of Jesus Christ in his or her own life. More information about this position can found here. For more information, contact the Rev. John W. Newton

March 14 - St. Andrew's, Pearland, Seeks A Project Lead / Logistics Coordinator
St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Pearland and Mosaic in Action are looking for someone to serve in our community starting in April who will work on our Hurricane Harvey Recovery Projects as a Project Lead and Logistics Coordinator. This is a national service program opportunity through AmeriCorps. This person would be deployed to St. Andrew’s/Mosaic and work as a member of our team. We will train. No experience needed. Contact: The Rev. Jim Liberatore . Some of the program specifics include: a 10-month engagement beginning of April 2019, full-time commitment (1700 hours over the course of 10 months), access to a childcare assistance program that may cover childcare expenses and more. For position information please click here

March 6 - St. Peter's, Kerrville, Seeks A Children's and Youth Minister
Children and Youth are a top priority at St. Peter’s, a warm and friendly Episcopal church in Kerrville, Texas.  St. Peter’s is searching for a Children’s and Youth Minister to continue the strong and steady growth of families and young adults in their church community. Kerrville is located on the Guadalupe River, in the heart of the beautiful Texas Hill Country.  Kerrville is a popular destination for a wide range of outdoor activities such as camping, fishing, hiking, biking, canoeing, and kayaking. North of San Antonio and west of Austin, Kerrville has become a magnet for the arts and draws many talented and accomplished people into the community. St. Peter’s encourages formation and mission, and the church fosters a strong fellowship among its members. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to .  

March 5 - Saint Andrew's, Bryan, Seeks A Part-Time Director of Music
Saint Andrew’s, Bryan, has a goal of offering excellent liturgy that reflects the glory of God. They're seeking a part-time Director of Music who can help the congregation fulfill this goal. The Director of Music’s responsibilities include playing the organ for the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sunday services, Holy Days, weddings, funerals, and other special services as needed; rehearsing and directing the Saint Andrew’s chancel choir; rehearsing and directing the Saint Andrew’s handbell choir; providing other instrumental music and hiring and rehearsing additional musicians, as necessary. In consultation with the Rector, the Director of Music will also select anthems, psalm settings, service music, hymns, and other choral pieces. Other responsibilities include planning concerts, recitals and other performance opportunities; and carrying out administrative duties such as participating in staff meetings. A bachelor’s degree in music is required. Advanced degrees are preferred. Interested parties should send a résumé, cover letter, and three references to . For a full ministry description please visit Saint Andrew’s website.  

February 12- Episcopal High School, Bellaire/Houston, Seeks A School Chaplain
EHS is looking for a full-time chaplain, to begin in the 2019-2020 school year. Responsibilities include the coordination of daily chapel services, teaching classes in the Religion department, and pastoral care to students, faculty, and staff. Candidates must be ordained Episcopal clergy and have a passion for school ministry, a strong educational background, an ability to communicate and connect well with young people and collaborate effectively with colleagues, and a willingness to participate in other areas of school life. Please send a letter of interest with a resume to Nguyet Pham (Dean of Faculty) or Zach Schwarz (Assistant Dean of Faculty) at  . More information can be found here.

                                                                         

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