4/21/17: Associate for Outreach and Development (Palm Beach, FL)

What are you looking for?
Associate for Outreach and Development
What’s the name of your church or organization?
Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea
Where is the job site located?
Palm Beach, FL
What do you want this person to do?
The Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida announces its search for an Associate for Outreach and Development. The Associate leads all of Bethesda’s outreach ministries and stewardship and fundraising efforts. This position offers great potential to have a lasting impact on the parish and to work creatively with congregational leaders who are eager to learn and grow in both these areas of ministry. The right candidate may be either a lay person or a priest, depending on qualifications, skills, and experience.

The Associate for Outreach and Development works directly under the supervision and leadership of the Rector. Bethesda’s outreach ministries are evolving from primarily a grants-based program to more hands-on service to people in need. These hands-on initiatives include mentoring at-risk high school students, a significant hunger initiative called Feeding in February, mission trips, as well as regular work at the nearby St. George’s Center and at Holy Redeemer church. Outreach funds primarily come from the proceeds of Bethesda’s retail operations and average around $450,000 per year. The Associate leads a passionate Outreach Committee learning together how to involve a significant number of parishioners in hands-on service and to continue to build supportive relationships with service agencies in the county.

The Associate for Outreach and Development also works closely with Associate for Administration and directs a significant portion of the work of the Outreach and Development Coordinator. Bethesda is searching for an experienced professional to help not only with fundraising but also with formation as a community of joyful, generous stewards. A growing group of volunteers who are passionate about stewardship are ready to learn and to work under the new Associate’s leadership to execute effective, ongoing stewardship education, an annual campaign, planned giving, and capital/major gifts.

Bethesda-by-the-Sea is the largest parish in the Diocese of Southeast Florida, with an average Sunday attendance of 465 and an annual operating budget of $3 million. The staff consists of a (lay) Associate for Music and Liturgy, a (lay) Associate for Administration, an (ordained) Associate for Christian Education and Pastoral Care, a Director of Children and Youth Ministries, several non-stipendiary clergy, and twelve additional full-time staff. A beautiful, English-gothic church and large building complex provide a venue for rich worship, superb music, and excellent ministry. Strong parish leadership through the Vestry and active committees shapes direction, priorities, and policies. Myriad ministries draw parishioners into worship, education, and service to the wider community and the world.

Bethesda-by-the-Sea is in a phase of renewed focus on strategic growth in mission and ministry following the calling of a new Rector in 2011. The Associate for Outreach and Development will be integral in growing a culture of stewardship and service and providing the resources needed for mission and ministry.

Bethesda is located a block from one of the most beautiful beaches on the east coast in the Town of Palm Beach—a barrier island. Across the bridge, West Palm Beach and the rest of Palm Beach County offer all the big city amenities.

More information about Bethesda-by-the-Sea can be found at www.bbts.org

Complete Job Description can be found at http://www.bbts.org/about-us/employment/

More information about the Diocese of Southeast Florida can be found at www.diosef.org

More information about the town of Palm Beach can be found at www.townofpalmbeach.com

More information about West Palm Beach can be found at www.wpb.org

The parish will be accepting applications up to Wednesday, May 31. Interested clergy may send a cover letter, resume, and Ministry Portfolio tosearch@bbts.org.

The Rev. James Harlan, Rector
ATTN Associate for Outreach and Development Search
Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea
141 S County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

What type of commitment are you looking for?
Full time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Send Resume or PIF to search@bbts.org
When is the application deadline?
05/31/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
http://www.bbts.org/about-us/employment
Do you have a website?
bbts.org

4/20/17: Children and Youth Minister (Durham, NC)

What are you looking for?
Children and Youth Minister
What’s the name of your church or organization?
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Where is the job site located?
Durham, NC
What do you want this person to do?
Purpose: To coordinate and execute a ministry to serve the children and youth of St. Stephen’s and their families, as they seek to know and share the love of Christ in this parish and community (Note: For this position, children: Preschool-5th grade; youth: 6th-12th)

Qualifications:
• A Christian (Episcopalian preferred) who is committed to and excited about working with and learning from children and youth (prior experience in this area preferred)
• Takes initiative and demonstrates creativity for new ideas and programs
• Ability and desire to collaborate with others in shaping this ministry
• 4-year college degree or in the process of obtaining one

Duties/Responsibilities:
• Christian Education – plan and lead Sunday School each week for youth
• Offer and encourage service and outreach opportunities in the community
• Offer children and youth/family activities outside Sunday morning context throughout the year
• Organize youth fundraising efforts
• Serve as staff support for the acolyte ministry
• Encourage attendance at diocesan youth events
• Recruit and coordinate additional leaders/volunteer base for children and youth activities
• Foster and sustain a safe environment where children and youth are encouraged to explore their faith and to build lasting relationships with one another
• Maintain consistent communication with families about all events (including weekly announcements, email updates, and contributions to the monthly newsletter)
• Maintain proper documentation for all children and youth involved in the program (i.e., emergency medical forms, media/picture releases, permission slips for any travel)
• Attend Safeguarding God’s Children training (if not already completed) and ensure compliance with those guidelines at children and youth events

Reports to: Director of Christian Education and Programming

Time: Part-time, approximately 10-12 hours per week (.25 FTE)
• Sundays required; other hours flexible

Compensation: $9,600 annually

Target start date is July 1, 2017, though this can be negotiated.

What type of commitment are you looking for?
Part time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
If interested, please send cover letter, résumé, and three references to Jeremy Godwin, Director of Christian Education and Programming, atjeremy.godwin@ssecdurham.org.
When is the application deadline?
05/05/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
https://goo.gl/swAV0D
Do you have a website?
www.ssecdurham.org

4/19/17: Missioner for Youth and Young Adults (Asheville, NC)

What are you looking for?
Missioner for Youth and Young Adults
What’s the name of your church or organization?
Diocese of Western North Carolina
Where is the job site located?
Asheville, NC
What do you want this person to do?
Missioner for Youth and Young Adults

Position Summary: The Missioner for Youth and Young Adults proclaims the Gospel and supports ministry with young people (grades 6-12 and graduated high school seniors), young adults (post high-school, including college students, through late 20’s) and the adults who work with them by building relationships with these constituencies, serving as a resource to congregations, initiating new ideas and bringing innovative programs and events to the diocese; works collaboratively with members of the Bishop’s staff and the various youth/young adult leaders; and advocates for younger people in the church, in the community, and in the world.
Employment Classification: Full-time lay position.

Accountability: The Diocesan Missioner for Youth and Young Adults is a member of the Bishop’s staff and reports to and is responsible to the Bishop.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Other duties may be assigned)

Building Christian Community with Youth:
♦ Build relationships with youth, clergy, and youth leaders in the diocese.
♦ Create platforms to connect youth, leaders, and congregations.
♦ Work with the Diocesan Youth Council and other groups to build opportunities for youth to lead and serve in the diocese and beyond.
♦ Coordinate programming, leadership, communication, and registration for all diocesan youth events.
♦ Coordinate participation in regional and national events for youth.
♦ Identify and support the ministries that are already happening within congregations.
♦ Be a presence in congregations by attending congregational youth events and worship, and
preaching on occasion.
♦ Cultivate and maintain a relationship with Camp Henry leadership.

Building Christian Community with Young Adults:
♦ Build relationships with young adults, including college students, and young adult leaders.
♦ Work with college chaplains and other leaders to build opportunities for college students.
♦ Discern and implement all facets of programing for any diocesan-wide young adult events.
♦ Create a platform to connect young adults, leaders, and congregations.
♦ Identify and support the ministries that are already happening within congregations.

Providing leadership, development, and training:
♦ Provide discipleship, evangelism, mission, and leadership training and opportunities for youth and young adults.
♦ Assist the Bishop and congregations in recruiting, calling, training, and nurturing young people and adults to vocations in ministry with youth and young adults.
♦ Offer professional consultation, programming, and support to clergy and lay leaders who work with youth and young adults.
♦ Follow the essential standards for ministry, including the SAFE Church policies.
♦ Study the current structures of ministry with youth and young adults and recommend new models for ministry and programs.

Qualities and Qualifications:
♦ Sincere commitment to Jesus Christ and an abiding call to ministry with youth, young adults and the adults who work with them.
♦ Educationally and theologically grounded in Holy Scripture.
♦ Able to think and speak theologically about youth and young adults.
♦ Visionary leadership.
♦ Articulate, passionate communicator.
♦ Ability to mentor and motivate.
♦ Ability to work under the authority and direction of the Bishop.

Education / Experience:
♦ Knowledge and appreciation of the traditions and practices of the Episcopal Church.
♦ Bachelor’s degree or higher.
♦ Previous relevant experience (i.e. work with youth, young adult, and/or higher education ministry).
♦ Multicultural knowledge and appreciation.

Professional Expectations:
♦ Serve as a member of the Bishop’s staff and represent the Offices of the Bishop and the Diocese of Western North Carolina in a professional manner.
♦ Organize and delegate effectively.
♦ Communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
♦ Work collaboratively with colleagues, clergy, and lay leaders.
♦ Respect confidentiality.
♦ Submit and monitor the annual budgets for diocesan youth and young adult programs.

Work environment:
♦ Requires flexible schedule; willingness to work weekends and evenings.
♦ Must be able to travel and attend meetings and events outside of the office.
♦ Must be a self-starter and able to work independently.

Compensation: Commensurate to experience. This position reflects the benefits for full-time lay employment in the diocese.

Contact: Please send a resume and cover letter, or general inquiries to – canonaugusta@diocesewnc.org
The Rev. Canon Augusta Anderson
Canon to the Ordinary & Chief of Staff

Application deadline: May 31, 2017

What type of commitment are you looking for?
Full time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Submit all application materials to:

The Rev. Canon Augusta Anderson
Canon to the Ordinary & Chief of Staff
canonaugusta@diocesewnc.org

When is the application deadline?
05/31/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
http://s3.amazonaws.com/dfc_attachments/public/documents/3236543/Missioner_for_Youth_and_Young_Adults_2017.pdf
Do you have a website?
diocesewnc.org

4/19/17: Youth Director (Nashville, TN)

What are you looking for?
Youth Director
What’s the name of your church or organization?
Saint David’s Episcopal Church
Where is the job site located?
Nashville, TN
What do you want this person to do?
Our growing youth ministry was galvanized when a 17-year-old stood up at Annual Meeting and made the request that our parish endeavor to provide ministry for her younger sister who would soon be in middle school. After four years of cultivation our present youth ministry forms tweens and youth from grades 4 to 12. These are divided into three groups—4-5 grade; 6-8 grade; 9-12 grade—with each group following an age appropriate curriculum. We have weekly Sunday formation for each age group from 9:15-10:15am and weekly youth group meetings on Sundayafternoons from 4:30-6pm for 7-12 graders. We also plan monthly youth outings to area attractions (e.g. Laser Quest, mini golf, ice skating, etc.). We go on an annual youth retreat in the fall and host a lock-in in the spring. Other special events, such as Diocesan Youth Work Days and YouthSunday, fall throughout the church year.

Our youth are actively involved in many church ministries, including Altar Guild, Sunday Counters, Acolytes, Ushers and are often helping behind the scenes on their own initiative. We have a very thoughtful group of teens who are able to sustain conversation that crosses the worlds of Scripture, school, contemporary issues and life with family and friends. Our youth ministry is made possible by the strong team of volunteer teachers and leaders in place to assist and support the Youth Director as needed. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, our parents are in solidarity with our effort to grow youth ministry at Saint David’s.

We are looking for a person who will develop relationships with youth and their families so that our teens can grow in their love of God, their understanding of spirit and self and their relationships with the variety of God’s creatures. This person will also advocate for full inclusion of youth ministers in the life of Saint David’s.

The position will require between 10-20 hour per week. The successful candidate will have a flexible schedule, good communication skills, including an ability to authentically relate to the youth, and excellent organizational skills. Familiarity with or membership in the The Episcopal Church is especially desired.

Job duties include but are not limited to:

• Teaching Sunday School classes,
• Coordinating teaching schedule across three classes,
• Developing and tracking the youth ministry budget,
• Organizing youth group activities/outings,
• Organizing, attending, and leading the annual youth retreat and youth lock-in,
• Organizing special events (Youth Sunday, Shrove Tuesday Pancake Olympics, Youth Kick-Off),
• Communicating with youth parents and church office (email updates, e-blast, monthly newsletter),
• Maintaining supplies,
• Recruiting youth leaders from congregation,
• Increasing mentoring relationships/opportunities for youth in the church,
• Promoting youth as full members of the church,
• Increasing participation in diocesan level youth events, and
• Attending vestry meetings when requested.

What you can expect from Saint David’s parish family, clergy and staff:
• An office with computer and phone,
• A youth budget to work from,
• A support network of adult youth leaders and parents with whom to develop and execute ideas,
• A priest who has experience mentoring seminarians and can offer guidance or feedback if desired,
• A parish administrator who can assist with materials the Youth Director may need,
• A warm, supportive parish family who loves to laugh (seriously!), eat, pray, sing (double seriously!), grow and learn together.

What type of commitment are you looking for?
Part time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Please send your resume and letter of introduction to The Rev. Carolyn Coleman via email at revcarolyn2017@gmail.com or snail mail to the address provided.
When is the application deadline?
06/11/2017
Do you have a website?
http://stdavidsnashville.org

4/18/17: Minister to Children, Youth & Families (York Harbor, ME)

What are you looking for?
Minister to Children, Youth & Families
What’s the name of your church or organization?
St. George’s
Where is the job site located?
York Harbor, ME
What do you want this person to do?
St. George’s Episcopal Church is seeking a compassionate person of faith to serve as our part-time Minister for Children, Youth and Families. This person will lead and work alongside parents and the congregation to help our parish envision new and creative models of ministry for the future. Our new leader will build strong relationships with children, youth and families. She or he will connect with the church and wider community through clear personal communication and through social media and other technologies.
What type of commitment are you looking for?
Part time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Applications from lay or ordained candidates will be accepted until May 3 or until the job is filled. To receive full consideration, a resume and cover letter should be sent to the Parish Administrator, Jennifer Davidson (office@stgeorgesyorkharbor.org).
When is the application deadline?
05/03/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
http://stgeorgesyorkharbor.org/contact/openings
Do you have a website?
http://stgeorgesyorkharbor.org

4/18/17: Youth and Family Minister (Chapel Hill, NC)

What are you looking for?
Youth and Family Minister
What’s the name of your church or organization?
The Chapel oi the Cross
Where is the job site located?
Chapel Hill, NC
What do you want this person to do?
The Chapel of the Cross seeks to build upon the current ministry with middle and high school students and to create a robust youth and family ministry program that engages parents and non-parent parishioners, and engages with the regional and diocesan youth programs.
 Design and implement a youth confirmation program
 Coordinate and facilitate Sunday education program for 6-12th grades
 Coordinate and facilitate Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) for middle and high school students
 Recruit and train program volunteers
 Prepare and manage annual youth budget
 Engage in the life of youth beyond the Sunday experience
 Plan events for parents of youth
 Welcome 5th graders into the program; connect seniors with a next-step faith placement
 Recruit and train youth acolytes
 Work collaboratively to engage youth and families in regular service opportunities
 Plan and supervise mission trips for middle and high school students
What type of commitment are you looking for?
Full time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Chapel of the Cross is seeking a full-time youth and family minister. The search is being conducted by the rector; both lay and ordained applicants are being considered. Interested candidates should forward a resume and cover letter to Walker Mabe at wmabe@thechapelofthecross.org. The search will remain open until mid-May.
When is the application deadline?
04/30/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
https://thechapelofthecross.org/cotc-seeks-youth-and-family-minister/
Do you have a website?
https://thechapelofthecross.org/

4/13/17: Parish Administrator (Bloomfield Hills, MI)

What are you looking for?
Parish Administrator
What’s the name of your church or organization?
Christ Church Cranbrook
Where is the job site located?
Bloomfield Hills, MI
What do you want this person to do?
Position
Parish Administrator— Full-Time, Exempt, some evening and irregular hours required
Summary Job Description
The Parish Administrator will be responsible for overseeing Christ Church Cranbrook’s financial, facility, and human resource assets. This position reports directly to the Rector (the senior cleric and CEO of the parish) and is employed at the Rector’s will.
Required Knowledge/Skills and Experience
• Solid knowledge of office software including, but not limited to: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, as well as accounting and financial reporting software, and demonstrated ability to learn, adapt, and integrate new software and technology.
• Solid knowledge of Human Resource operations and best practices.
• Expert organizational, planning, problem solving, time management, and general supervisory skills.
• Expert communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external constituencies.
• Demonstrated practical ability to communicate financial concepts to—and effectively collaborate with—colleagues who may not have finance backgrounds.
• Bachelors degree or equivalent from four-year college in a finance, business accounting or related field; or five to eight years of broad financial and operations management experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Previous experience as COO and/or CFO in a church or nonprofit organization especially related to audit work, investment administration, and complex financial issues desired.
• Ability to be respectful and conscientious in all situations and under pressure, always maintaining confidentiality, discretion, cultural awareness, and sensitivity to others.
Specific Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):
• Financial Management:
o Monitor operating budget and endowment funds through issuing, analyzing, and presenting monthly reports to the Rector, Finance Committee, and Vestry.
o Prepares reports and analysis, as needed, and attends monthly Finance, Investment, Stewardship, Personnel, Buildings and Grounds, and Vestry meetings.
o Supervise accounting function, including policies/procedures for adequate internal controls to ensure the integrity of the church’s financial system.
o Oversee payroll process as well as make recommendations regarding salary structure and benefits to the Rector, Personnel Committee, and Vestry.
o Direct risk management process by ensuring appropriate insurance coverage and serving as lead contact for insurance company.
o Oversee, coordinate and schedule IT and telephone support.
o Coordinate annual audit process.
o Manage annual budget process.
o Lead contact in banking and trust relationships with financial institutions.
o Obtain legal advice as needed on behalf of church management and Vestry.
• Facilities:
o Address facility maintenance, custodial, and event management needs with Facilities Manager.
o Plan and coordinate major capital projects, or delegate as appropriate.
o Provide oversight for all vendor contracts and relationships.
o Ensure adequate safety programs are in place to protect staff, parishioners, visitors, and physical assets.
o Review and update facility policies and procedures, as needed.
• Human Resources:
o Supervise and exercise transparent HR administration processes.
o Assist clergy and lay leaders in developing and implementing effective hiring, development, incentive, and termination procedures.
o Review and update personnel policies, procedures, and compensation structures, as needed.
• Administration:
o Liaise with clergy, staff, vendors, and lease holders to plan and implement and/or support projects through proper channels.
o Work closely with the Rector and Vestry to monitor the financial condition of the church, develop effective financial strategies, and to ensure that key assets are stewarded responsibly and in alignment with the church’s mission and values.
o Provide insights and recommendations related to financial, facilities, and HR matters as needed by management, staff, committees, and Vestry.
o Review all contracts throughout organization and confirm all appropriate authorizations are obtained prior to church’s legal commitment.
o Monitor status of committee composition reviews.• Decision Making:
o Makes leadership and management decisions in line with church priorities, polices, and procedures, and which effectively and appropriately achieve the church’s goals.
o Seeks the advice and counsel of the Rector on decisions that extend beyond the scope of the Church Administration Department.
• Financial Authority:
o Authorized to initiate and transact budget-approved expenditures per a provided approval authority matrix.
• Communication:
o Approaches communication with a positive, problem-solving demeanor.
o Works with diverse types of people and communicates respectfully and effectively in both written and spoken form.
o Maintains and respects discretion at all times and confidentiality where appropriate.
• Results of Actions:
o Accurate and appropriate financial reports regularly available to leaders and church decision makers.
o Legal and timely HR functions appropriate for the culture of the church.
o IT and phone resources appropriate to the current and long term needs of the church.
o An accurate and effective annual budget process, with “clean” annual audit.
o Church financial accountability and transparency at the highest level.
o Clean, well-maintained facilities allow for a safe and enjoyable place for ministry and worship
What type of commitment are you looking for?
Full time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Send resume to e.siewert@wayne.edu and wdanaher@christchurchcranbrook.org
When is the application deadline?
05/18/2017
Do you have a website?
christchurchcranbrook.org

4/12/17: Executive Director, The Brotherhood of St. Andrew (Louisville, KY)

What are you looking for?
Executive Director
What’s the name of your church or organization?
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew
Where is the job site located?
Louisville, KY
What do you want this person to do?
The Executive Director will have overall responsibility for strategic planning and specific ministries. He will manage a paid staff and coordinate the efforts of hundreds of volunteers. These men and youth cover a wide range of responsibilities including restorative justice, Scouting, mentoring, recovery and racial reconciliation ministries. Preferred experience includes an advanced degree (MBA or equivalent) plus five years of management experience. This person must have a commitment to quality programs and data-driven evaluation, detailed knowledge of laws that apply to 501C3 religious organizations and marketing and public relations aptitude. Additional caveats include fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures as well as strong writing and verbal communications skills.
What type of commitment are you looking for?
Part time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Send resumes to Vice President Jack Hanstein at jack.hanstein@brothersandrew.net.
When is the application deadline?
05/15/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
No
Do you have a website?
www.brothersandrew.net

4/12/17: Assistant to the Rector (Corvallis, OR)

What are you looking for?
Assistant to the Rector
What’s the name of your church or organization?
Good Samaritan Episcopal Church
Where is the job site located?
Corvallis, OR
What do you want this person to do?
We are looking for an approachable and innovative leader who is able to inspire others, welcomes and encourages spiritual growth, is a servant leader, and has an adventuresome spirit to be our new Assistant to the Rector and Lay Episcopal Campus Chaplain.

As Assistant to the Rector she/he will lead and coordinate ministries with children, families, and young adults; participate in leading the fellowship ministries of the church; share with the Rector in the pastoral ministry of our church community; and help lead our ministry with newcomers to the church.

As Lay Episcopal Campus Chaplain she/he will work with our church campus leadership team to provide an Episcopal presence to the students and staff at OSU and LBCC based at Holy Ground house on Arnold Way in Corvallis.

This is a full-time position with the work split ¾ at the church and ¼ as campus chaplain. We offer a starting salary of $30,000 plus benefits and pension.

For a full job description contact the Rev. Simon Justice at 541-757-6647 or simon.justice@gmail.com. Applications should include a current resume and a letter stating why you think you might be called to this ministry.

What type of commitment are you looking for?
Full time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Letter of intent describing why you are interested in this position and a current resume to The Rev. Simon Justice: simon.justice@gmail.com. Full job description upon request.
When is the application deadline?
05/10/2017
Is there a link to the job posting or application somewhere?
No
Do you have a website?
goodsamchurch-episcopal.org

4/7/17: Preschool Director (Hendersonville, NC)

What are you looking for?
Preschool Director
What’s the name of your church or organization?
St. James School for Little Folks
Where is the job site located?
Hendersonville, NC
What do you want this person to do?
Preschool Director

Saint James School for Little Folks seeks a Director who will provide our children and their families with a caring and nurturing environment, will be devoted to them, and will show the love of Christ to all. We are located in Hendersonville, NC. Our school is Episcopal Church based and has been operating since 1932. This school has a rich history of preparing children for Kindergarten using a diverse curriculum as well as religious experiences like weekly chapel and daily prayer.

Our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for preschool children in a setting that embraces Christian values and principles while preparing them for further education.

Requirements:

• Bachelors degree or higher in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, or related field
• Have completed or plan to complete two Administrative Credential courses (EDU-261 and EDU-262)
• Minimum of 2 years experience as a center director, assistant director, lead teacher, administrator, or equivalent
• Knowledge of USDA and food guidelines for children
• Proficient with computer programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and have the ability to learn other programs quickly
• Pass all background checks and certification as mandated by North Carolina and the Episcopal Church
• Experience with the Episcopal tradition

Responsibilities

• Manage overall operations of the Preschool, serving one year olds to Pre-K
• Provide a safe, healthy, caring, and positive environment for staff, children, and families
• Ensure compliance with NC licensing standards and related regulations
• Manage budget and ensure healthy financial situation
• Procure classroom supplies, food, and other materials necessary for school operations
• Ensure that curriculum and developmentally appropriate practices are in place
• Assist teachers with weekly development and execution of the curriculum and program activities
• Provide staff development by offering programs during workdays and monthly staff meetings
• Participate in daily prayer and weekly chapel with the students and staff
• As a member of the St. James parish staff, attend weekly staff meetings
• All other duties as necessary

Please send a letter of interest and a résumé to employment@stjamesepiscopal.com

What type of commitment are you looking for?
Full time
Does this job pay?
Yes
What is the application process?
Send a letter of interest and a résumé to employment@stjamesepiscopal.com
When is the application deadline?
05/07/2017
Do you have a website?
http://www.stjamesschoolforlittlefolks.net/