June 16 - St. Dunstan's, Houston, Seeks a Receptionist/ Secretary
St. Dunstan’s, Houston, is a multigenerational parish community located in the NW suburb of Houston near 1960 on Stuebner Airline Rd. Our mission is to unite all people with the love of God. We are currently looking to hire a bilingual (spanish-speaking) receptionist and secretary to initiate, to lead, to innovate, to coordinate, and to collaborate with our team of professionals and our visitors and guests. This person will be responsible for a wide array of activities related to the front office of the church, our worship services, and our music department. The candidate for this position must be able to read, write, and speak Spanish fluently, have good people, computer, and organizational skills with an attention to detail. Associates Degree preferred. This position will work 32 hrs a week. Please send resumes to Dede Johnson, Administrative Assistant to the Rector at .
June 15 - St. Matthew's, Austin, Seeks a Director of Music & Organist or Choir Directors
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church is seeking a full-time Director of Music for our thriving parish in Austin, Texas (average Sunday attendance ~375 pre-pandemic). The ideal candidate will serve as the Director of Music, responsible for curating the complete music experience at St. Matt’s, as well as either the Organist or the Choir Director (with the other role to be filled by a part-time person reporting to this position). If you are an Organist interested in a part-time position or a full-time position, we encourage you to apply. The Director of Music works collaboratively with Clergy, Staff, Volunteers, and Community Partners, to incorporate diverse musical experiences into Sunday services and many other aspects of the life of the parish, in keeping with both the traditions of our liturgy and the spirit of our nickname as “the Live Music Capital of Northwest Hills”.
Interested applicants please send a current resume and contact information for at least three references to the Rector, the Rev. Katie Wright, at . Accepting applicants from June 9, 2021 through July 9, 2021.
June 7 - Calvary Episcopal School, Seeks a Part-Time Music/Choir Teacher
Calvary Episcopal School is seeking a part-time music/choir teacher. Some of the responsibilities include: teach music two periods a day to grades PreK4-5th; work with our praise choir; prepare students for Veterans Day, Grandparents Day, and Christmas performances, and more. For more information, contact Beth Dow.
June 6 - St. Cyprian's, Lufkin, Seeks a Full-Time Youth Director
Our church family is in search of an energetic Youth Director with a deep and thoughtful Christian faith and love for the Episcopal tradition. The Youth Director will be responsible for education and fellowship for students from grades 6-12. We are looking for someone who has an entrepreneurial spirit and experience leading youth to grow in their faith. The ideal candidate would have the skill and enthusiasm for developing and implementing a comprehensive student ministry program with a strong emphasis on music while serving as a spiritual leader and role model. This program would include group building, worship, formation/discipleship, mission, and outreach activities. For more information, contact Carol Riley.
June 2 - St. James', Austin, Seeks a Music Minister
St. James’ Episcopal Church Music Minister will be responsible for its vibrant and diverse Sunday morning music program. This is a quarter time position, with seasonal variations. The mission of St. James’ Episcopal Church is to embody Christ’s love wherever we are by welcoming all to the table for spiritual nourishment to share with the world. We are an inclusive, multicultural, and affirming community. The St. James’ music program is grounded in a liturgical music tradition, a firm commitment to congregational singing, and the African-American heritage of the church. We seek a music minister with excellent choral conducting and keyboard skills who will help us to grow in these commitments. Some of the key responsibilities include: Plan the music for AM Sunday worship service(s) that realizes the vision of the Rector and Liturgical Committee for liturgical seasons and moments; develop and implement a plan for ongoing recruitment of amateur and professional singers; conduct regular rehearsal of the choir, promoting the development of amateur and professional singers alike, and more. For more information about this position, contact the Rev. Eileen O'Brien.
May 19 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks a Digital Media Specialist
The Digital Media Specialist serves as a vital part of the communications team for Christ Church Cathedral in Houston. Some of the responsibilities include: manage Cathedral’s social media accounts and social media content calendar; creation of weekly presentation slides and outlines for livestream; general proof reading of monthly newsletter, weekly e-news emails, and website updates. For more information, contact Amanda Hingle at The Edge Group. Click here for more information about this position.
May 19 - St. Francis', Houston, Seeks a Business Administrator
The Business Administrator position is a steward of the financial and personnel resources of the church. The Business Administrator performs complex accounting and general ledger bookkeeping tasks to ensure the efficient management of official financial records, including general ledgers, budgets, fund records, financial reports, payroll, benefit functions, cash/debt management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and audit preparation. Other general duties include computer operations, office equipment, negotiating contracts, and maintenance of insurance policies. The Business Administrator is a critical position reporting directly to the rector of St. Francis, in support of the Rector’s responsibilities to the church, interfacing with Vestry and members of the congregation. Candidate must be able to develop own work methods within the scope of established policies, to act without close supervision, and to exercise independent judgment. For more information, contact Arlene Stacy or click here for more details about the position.
May 19 - St. James the Apostle, Conroe, Seeks a Part-Time Music Director
St. James the Apostle, Conroe, seeks a part-time music director to lead the growing parish’s music program. Applicants must have a deep appreciation for and knowledge of traditional Episcopal liturgy and music, yet be adept in selecting music for a variety of worship settings. Applicants should display excellence in playing organ and piano as well as directing adult choir. Email cover letter and resume with references to the Rev. Jerald Hyche, rector. For more information, contact the Rev. Hyche by email or at 936.525.7799.
May 19 - Church of the Holy Apostles, Katy, Seeks a Director of Student Ministries
The Director of Student Ministries is responsible for building young disciples for Christ (6th-12th grade) by developing and implementing a comprehensive approach to youth ministry in the areas of group building, worship, discipleship, mission, and outreach. Some of the responsibilities include: provide vision, strategy, and development for all Student ministry environments; provide vision, strategy, and development for all student ministry environments; recruit and oversee all volunteers providing leadership, training, and appreciation; work in concert with the gifts and talents of other staff members and maintain a team mentality. For more information, contact: Alex Large.
May 19 - St. Thomas', Houston, Seeks a Children and Youth Summer Intern
The ideal candidate is someone who is considering ministry and is college aged. This is a flexible, non-paid student internship during the first half, second half, or both halves of summer. Some of the key responsibilities include: work with the Director of Family Ministries to plan out the entire school year including retreats and big events; work with the Director of Family Ministries to run a successful VBS; work with the Director of Family Ministries to minister to students during Beach camp; work with the Director of Family Ministries to disciple kids, youth, and families. Note: Hours can be between 10-20 hours per week and may vary weekly. Interested candidates can email the Director of Family Ministries, Angel Gonzalez at . Please attach a cover letter and resume.
May 18 - St. Michael', Austin, Seeks a Part-Time Student Minister
St. Michael’s, Austin, seeks a part-time student minister to partner with the family minister, rector, staff, parents, and community to nurture and grow a vibrant student ministry. We seek to partner with an energetic and faithful student minister who can integrate our students more deeply into the fabric of our church’s DNA. The student minister will work under the umbrella of the SMEC Family Ministry to co-create a cohesive ministry that serves families in every stage of family life. More information can be found here.
May 18 - Calvary, Richmond, Seeks: Part-Time Elementary Music Teacher; Part-Time High School Science Teacher; and a Part-Time High School Math Teacher
All positions are part-time, but might could be linked into a ¾ or full time if gifts and needs match. All inquiries should be directed to Beth Dow.
April 1 – St. Thomas the Apostle, Houston, Seeks a Minister to Families
The Pastoral Associate assists the Rector in ministering to the educational, spiritual, pastoral, liturgical, and sacramental needs of the parish, with a special focus on youth (parishioners aged 11-18), young adults (parishioners aged 18-35) and their families. To read the complete job description and to apply click here.
April 1 – Episcopal Health Foundation, Houston, Seeks a Program Officer
Under the direction of the Vice President for Grants, the Program Officer assists in developing, managing, and evaluating a portfolio of grants and initiatives. The focus of the Program Officer’s work is to seek out investment opportunities that align with Episcopal Health Foundation’s (EHF) goals, outcomes, and strategies. This Program Officer will take the lead in our work under Goal 1: Strengthening Systems of Health by Catalyzing Health Systems to be Accessible, Equitable, and Deliver Health not just Healthcare. To read the complete job description and to apply click here.
March 23 – Iona Collaborative at Seminary of the Southwest Seeks a Digital Media Specialist
The Digital Media Specialist will be the Iona Center’s digital communications team member. This person will be responsible for recording and editing teaching videos, maintaining the organization’s WordPress website, marketing programs, creating print materials, social media presence, and teaching digital media skills on occasion to our constituents. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. To read the complete job description and to apply click here.
March 17 – Grace, Houston, Seeks a Tech and Facilities Assistant
Grace is seeking a part-time assistant focused on livestreaming, live sound, and video conferencing. The successful candidate will have basic competence with Mac and Windows, social media platforms (especially YouTube and Facebook), Zoom, and some experience with networking, streaming, and live sound. Will be trained to use a livestreaming system operated with Wirecast, analog sound system, and some basic video editing. The position is for 10 approximately hours per week and pays a monthly stipend. Typical hours are Sundays, 7 a.m-3 p.m., and Saturdays as needed. Additional duties may include setting up tables and chairs, some simple custodial chores. Start Date: Immediate. Interested candidates can submit their resume and cover letter to the Rev. Scott Painter at .