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 (Note: All information below provided by the organization submitting the listing)

 

Director of Music and Worship, St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Murfreesboro, TN

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Program Assistant (Part-Time), Nations Ministry Center, Nashville, TN

Nations Ministry Center is hiring part-time program assistants to serve refugee children during our after-school tutoring program.

Nations Ministry Center is a local non-profit partnering with refugees as they rebuild their lives. We promote generational self-sufficiency through education opportunities and job training and are currently serving refugee families from Burma/Myanmar, Bhutan/Nepal, Iraq, Sudan, and Togo.

  • Responsibilities Include:
  • Driving a minivan or 14-passenger, non-CDL minibus to bring students to and from our site
  • Assisting with the after-school program
  • Helping with set up and clean up afterwards
  • Assisting students with an online reading program and their homework
  • Reading with the students
  • Keeping statistics
  • Other duties as assigned

 The hours will be Monday–Thursday from 2:00pm–7:00pm. Priority will be given to applicants who are available all four days for the entire shift; however we are willing to work around class schedules or other commitments. Compensation is $11 per hour. 

Candidate will need to love kids, have a clean driving record, and desire to help our students succeed academically. And most importantly, a desire to make a difference in the lives of the refugee youth in our community!

If interested, please send your resume and cover letter to abby@nationsministrycenter.org .

 

Admissions Recruiter, Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, CA

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Pastor/Director of Youth and Family Ministries, Trinity Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Administrative Assistant (Full-Time), Tennessee Justice Center, Nashville, TN

Position Description - Responsibilities and Requirements:

Small, friendly non-profit law office has immediate opening for fulltime (40 hours per week) administrative assistant who is organized, enthusiastic, compassionate and unflappable.  Excellent word processing skills required. Employee will handle all administrative tasks.  Benefits provided. Salary D.O.E. 
 
Qualifications:

  • Keyboard skills (ability to type 60 WPM)
  • Experience with Quickbooks bookkeeping software
  • Experience with Blackbaud or other donor database
  • Ability to tend to multiple details simultaneously
  • Experience providing administrative support
  • Strong communication skills to ensure problem solving through all levels of the organization
  • Must be proficient in software including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, and Outlook
  • Proficient at email and voice mail communication
  • Ability to handle matters of a confidential nature
  • Team approach, solutions focused
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including ability to work with organizational leadership and to respect co-workers and clients

Job Type: Full-time

Job Categories:

  • Administrative Support

Contact Information and Procedure:

Send résumé, cover letter, and references to John Orzechowski at jorzechowski@tnjustice.org or fax to 255-0354.  NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.  

John Orzechowski 301 Charlotte Ave. Nashville, TN 37201
Email: jorzechowski@tnjustice.org
Website: http://www.tnjustice.org
Phone: (615) 255-0331
Fax: (615) 255-0354

 

Policy Advocate for Domestic Issues, The United Church of Christ, Washington Based Office

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Ministry Assistant (Full-Time), Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church, Lawrenceburg, KY

Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church (www. lawrenceburgumc .org ) is a well-established church in the community of Lawrenceburg, KY, who is committed to leading unified missions and ministries in Christ for the transformation of the world.  This worshipping congregation of 100 - 125 seeks a full-time Ministry Assistant who will oversee the youth program and will help in leading worship.   The primary responsibilities of the Ministry Assistant will be to provide leadership in youth programming and missions, develop relationships with the youth, families, and congregants, and provide support in the weekly worship and day-to-day ministries of the church.

  Qualifications include: 

  • Education in youth and music ministry
  • Experience that demonstrates success in youth and worship ministry
  • Servant leadership skills and the ability to lead teams with a team work attitude
  • Spiritual role model
  • Strong organization skills
  • Strong computer skills with proficiency in presentation software
  • Alignment with the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church   

For more detailed information or to submit a resume with a cover letter, contact Pastor Karen Stigall at karenstigall@me.com .

 

Director of Student Ministries, First United Methodist Church-Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL

 

First United Methodist Church (http://www.fumct.org/) of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is seeking a full-time Director of Student Ministries .  As vibrant congregation of 2500, First United Methodist Church influences their community with the core values of radical hospitality, passionate worship, international faith development, risk-taking mission and service, and extravagant generosity.  The Director of Student Ministries’ primary focus is to help students take their next steps to becoming life-long disciples of Jesus Christ.

The main responsibilities are:

  • Provide Leadership:   The Director of Student Ministries will oversee all youth ministry programming, supervise the youth ministry staff, and guide the youth department in implementing a sustainable ministry model
  • Equip youth, families, and volunteers:   The DSM will recruit, equip, and build teams of youth ministry leaders and volunteers
  • Develop relationships:   Develop relationships with students, families, and volunteers, as well as, provide opportunities for students to develop relationships with other students and youth ministry staff and volunteers.

Qualifications include:

  • A minimum of five years of experience in leading a youth program
  • A Bachelor’s degree
  • Ability to implement sustainable structures and vision for the youth program  
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills
  • Ability to communicate well with parents and teams of staff and volunteers
  • Alignment with the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church 

For more detailed information or to submit a resume, please contact Kate at kate@fumct.org .

 

 

Vice President of Community Programs, YWCA of Nashville and Middle TN, Nashville, TN

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Director of Middle School Ministries, Christ Church Episcopal, Greenville, S.C. 

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Director of Financial Aid, Phoenix Seminary, Phoenix, AZ

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Dakotas/Minnesota Episcopal Director of New Church Development, The United Methodist Church, Minneapolis, MN

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Program Representative/Admissions Counselor (Bilingual), Indiana Wesleyan Seminary, Marion, IN

 

For a complete position and application instructions, please click here.

 

Minister for Young Adults and Faith Formation, Highland Baptist Church. Louisville, KY

Position Title: Minister for Young Adults and Faith Formation

Reports to:  Senior Pastor

Description

Highland Baptist Church is a progressive voice of faith in an urban setting. This 122 year-old congregation is rooted in tradition, but not mired in it. We are serious about the Christian way, and seek another minister to help equip a dynamic congregation committed to embodying God’s inclusive and transforming love to the people of the greater Louisville community.

Particularly, we seek a minister to work with the 200 young adults (ages 18-35) who are part of Highland and to build on currently thriving Young Adult programs.  In addition, we seek someone to lead the spiritual formation of all of Highland’s adults by continuing to build on already strong Bible study classes and developing an array of additional ways to nurture and deepen faith in individuals and in the congregation collectively.                                          

Essential Duties and Tasks

  • As a Minister of Highland Baptist Church
    • Lead worship
    • Cultivate relationships with church members
    • Provide pastoral care to members and visitors and communicate needs with staff, deacons, and church leaders as appropriate
    • Lead and participate in various meetings and church-wide activities
    • Partner with staff and lay leaders in visioning for the future of Highland
    • Seek to embody and empower others to realize God’s transforming Love always
    • Foster diversity and inclusion both with outreach and within the Highland community
    • Ensure that theology, message, and quality of ministry are consistent with HBC
  • As a Minister for Young Adults
    • Nurture and grow a ministry geared toward young adults and others through education, dialog, fellowship, service, and community engagement
    • Oversee small group spiritual formation by providing a variety of opportunities and evaluating and responding to the needs and effectiveness of each group
    • Connect all young adults with each other and with the larger Highland community of faith
    • Equip young adults to engage with, and assume leadership roles in, the church as a whole along with other groups within the church  
    • Represent the voice of Young Adults
    • Implement and oversee a two-fold strategy for reaching out into the Young Adult community of Louisville and then connecting prospects and new members with our existing ministry
    • Maintain an active social media presence
    • Serve as staff liaison to the Young Adult Ministry Group
    • Dream and think creatively about new ways to expand and improve the Young Adult ministry
  • As a Minister for Faith Formation
    • Enable all adults to experience and deepen their own faith story by: 1) discerning and/or clarifying the fundamental language and theology of faith that needs to be communicated at Highland; and 2) creating ways that all adults can understand the basic scope and sequence of the Biblical story and the basic tenants of Baptist doctrine and theology
    • Strengthen, enhance, and implement the overall educational curricula for faith and spiritual formation for all adults including Sunday morning classes, Wednesday evening classes, and other educational opportunities
    • Create and implement new ways for adults to grow in their faith outside of Wednesday and Sunday morning classes
    • Enlist and support small group leaders and other spiritual instructors
    • Serve as staff liaison to the Adult Education Ministry Group
  • Perform Other Duties as Assigned

 The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the person so classified. Highland Baptist Church reserves the right to revise this Position Description, as it deems necessary.

Role Essentials                                             

  • Master’s degree
  • Proven experience in leadership of young adults
  • Proven experience in adult spiritual formation programming
  • Knowledge of biblical and theological disciplines
  • Proven leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Ability to work with diverse populations
  • Ability to maintain the confidentiality of any information encountered
  • Proficiency in basic computer programs and ability to learn new ones
  • Valid drivers’ license

Role Desirables

  • Counseling experience (formal or informal)
  • Experience with database software and/or applications 

 Working Conditions - This work is performed in a general office setting.  Some travel is required.

 Effort – Frequent talking, listening, and use of hands and fingers to manipulate objects.  Long periods of time sitting, reading, and working at a computer.  Moderate standing and walking.

 Additional Application Requirements

If you are interested in applying please send the following to hiring@hbclouisville.org

A short cover letter (less than one page)

A resume

List of references

Two letters of recommendations 

 

Director of RISE Student Ministries, Covenant United Methodist Church, Greer, SC

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Children's Ministry Pastor (Part-Time, 2 Positions Available), Nashville Korean Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN

Nashville Korean Presbyterian Church, a Korean immigrant church, is seeking applicants for the part-time pastors of Children’s Ministry in two departments: (1) Kindergarten Sunday School; (2) Elementary Sunday School.

The position requires a passionate pastor who has a desire to serve Jesus Christ in a multicultural setting. The pastor is expected to create a vibrant ministry that collaborates with parents to introduce children to Christian life. The pastor is also expected to develop and implement curriculum, train teachers, and co-work with other ministry areas. Even though this position is currently an interim one, there is a strong possibility that it may be extended to a permanent position later.

 Job Description:

 Job Type: Part-Time

 Position # 1: Children’s Pastor (Interim Position) in Kindergarten Sunday School

 Position # 2: Children’s Pastor (Interim Position) in Elementary Sunday School

Salary: 30 dollars per hour

Working Hours: approximately 4 hours a week

 Working Time: 10:30 a.m through 1:30 p.m. Every Sunday and more (if necessary)

Location: 5555 Franklin Pike, Nashville, TN 37220

 Church Size: 200+

Denomination: PC (USA)

Direct Link to the Church Webpage: http://www.nkpc.net/xe/

 Qualifications:

  •  Leadership experience in a church setting
  • Understanding of an ethic immigrant church
  • Leadership abilities to share in the church’s vision and needs

 If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Elder Young Soo Kim via: youngsookim@bellsouth.net or 615-300-8359.

 

10-12 Month Full-Time Associate Pastor Internship, United Church of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

The United Church of Santa Fe (United Church of Christ) is deeply rooted in the Christian tradition and seeks to connect the stories of our faith with the stories of our lives and this world.  A “uniting” as well as United Church, we welcome people from many different backgrounds and affirm God’s inclusive love for all people and all creation. We have been Open and Affirming since 1994.

We are offering a 10 – 12 month paid Associate Pastor internship/residency (beginning the end of
Summer 2015) for a seminary student or recent grad.   

Founded in 1980, United has approximately 300 members along with another 100 “friends of United” who are active and consider United their church home.  Our congregation includes families of all kinds—single parent, double parent, grandparents raising children, same gender couples, straight couples, adoptive, biological.  Although the adult population of United is predominately white, our children represent a wide range of ethnic and racial backgrounds, coming from Ethiopia, Guatemala, India, Mexico, and other countries as well as the U.S.

This position has a direct reporting relationship to the Sr. Pastor, Talitha Arnold.  For information about Talitha please visit United’s web site:  http://www.unitedchurchofsantafe.org/ (Who We Are/Staff)

Salary:  High 30’s

Primary Areas of Responsibility

The position will cover a full range of pastoral ministry, including:

  • Youth Leadership
  • Worship Leadership
  • Preaching
  • Pastoral Care
  • Adult Faith Formation
  • Outreach Ministries
  • Music ministry (depending on candidate’s interest/background)

Desired Experience/Attributes

  • A person of faith with a progressive understanding of Christianity
  • Experience working in ministry (volunteer or paid) within a church setting
  • Background in education (desirable, not mandatory)
  • A pastor’s heart and a focus on service and social justice issues
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Ability to relate to all ages inside and outside our congregation
  • Teamwork/collaboration skills
  • Public speaking ability  

Education: Bachelor's Degree, Working on or completed Master of Divinity

Computer Skills: Comfortable with computer software and social media 

Resume Submission:

Electronic:      unitedchurch.talitha@gmail.com

Mail:               United Church of Santa Fe,1804 Arroyo Chamiso, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (Attn: Talitha Arnold, Sr. Pastor)

 

Church Organist/Pianist, St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Murfreesboro, TN

 

For a complete description and application instructions, please click here

 

Life Skills Instructor (Part-Time or Full-Time), Project Return, Nashville, TN

Project Return, Inc., is seeking to hire a Life Skills Instructor to facilitate classes at Tennessee Prison for Women. We are looking for two part time instructors (or would consider one full time) to facilitate a behavioral cognitive curriculum at Tennessee Prison for Women. The classes seek to instill self-awareness, healthy interpersonal dynamics and lifestyles, and promote successful reentry via the cultivation of pro-social and community-positive attitudes for incarcerated women. This position works with both structure and creativity and offers an incredible experience in group facilitation and engagement; additionally it entails teaching employment readiness. The positions would start at $15/hour and are 15-25 hours a week per week. 

Respond to Marriah at  mvinson@projectreturninc.org , up through June 30th, or to   bkirkland@projectreturninc.org

 

Communication Campaign, World Student Christian Federation, North America Region, Location Flexible

The World Student Christian Federation-North America(WSCF-NA) seeks a creative, innovative, dynamic and energetic person to fill the position of Communication Campaign Coordinator for eight months starting in September 2015.  

Work location: Anywhere in Canada and the US, with a preference for New York City

The WSCF-NA Communication Campaign is intended to enhance communication tools and methodologies for the WSCF in North America as well as increase media presence in order to promote more effectively the work of the Federation to students, partners, friends and other stakeholders.  The campaign is also geared towards increasing fundraising strategies to support the work of the WSCF in North America and globally. The WSCF is an ecumenical organization empowering Christian students and young adults to engage in the work of peace, justice and global action, following  Jesus’  call to bring good news to the poor, proclaim release of the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free and to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.  (Luke 4:18)  The WSCF supports Student Christian Movements regionally and globally in their work to build local networks of engaged students on campuses and communities and organizes conferences and other activities to provide opportunities for leadership training, Biblical and theological reflection, ecumenical engagement, mutual support and social change and action.  The WSCF includes over one million members in 90 countries around the world.  In addition to run this campaign, the Communication Campaign coordinator will be responsible for the WSCF-NA website, e-newsletter and database.

The Communication Campaign coordinator will be responsible to 

  • Collect stories by students, senior friends (alumni) and partners about the present and past work of the Student Christian Movements in North America  and the World Student Christian Federation to be included in newsletters, websites, special appeals and other communication tools as determined by  the WSCF-NA Regional Office and the North America Regional Committee  
  • Help students to communicate effectively their involvement in SCM/WSCF on their campuses and to initiate communication campaigns locally
  • Raise awareness and communicate outcomes of WSCF-NA programs and activities to the public and various stakeholders in North America and globally
  • Publicize events, promote and distribute resources, and engage information sharing in the region
  • Engage young people and students in interactive online activities and other innovative projects
  • Promote awareness of faith, peace and solidarity issues stemming from the region and the global Federation
  • Build a more effective WSCF-NA database
  • Increase web and social media presence in innovative and creative ways
  • Produce a video to be used as a communication tool to increase visibility and increase fundraising
  • Produce branding material to be distributed on campus and in other settings to publicize the work of the WSCF
  • Recommend other ideas suitable for the implementation of the campaign.

Qualifications

  • Previous work in communication, web design and management, database management and use of creative communication methodologies and tools 
  • Relevant undergraduate degree or currently enrolled in similar advanced study course 
  • Willingness to consult with supervisor and peers
  • Submit progress/strategy reports when necessary
  • Passion for empowering students and encouraging leadership
  • A good grasp of the SCM’s ministry and “raison d’être”
  • Understanding of the political and theological orientation of the movement, including its social-justice work
  • Experience or exposure to the SCM’s work on a national or regional level and/or experience in an organization with similar objectives
  • Adequate understanding of the Christian Churches in North America; appreciation of the wider ecumenical movement in the North America and internationally is an asset.
  • Ability to interpret the work and vision of the WSCF to its various stakeholders
  • Commitment to working in an social-justice framework
  • Inter-faith experience is an asset.

 The Communication Campaign coordinator will be supervised by the WSCF North America Regional Secretary, Luciano Kovacs, located at 475 Riverside Drive, New York City, and supported by North America Regional Committee’s Communication  and Fundraising Coordinators.  Salary is $20/hour for an average of 10 hours a week.  No benefits.  Position begins in September for an 8 months contract with the possibility of renewal and expansion of position. 

The successful candidate will have the vision, passion and skills to coordinate the communication tools of the region and implement the communication campaign. The successful candidate will be committed to peace, social, economic, racial and gender justice and will have the desire to work as part of an international community. WSCF-NA is LGBTQ affirming and an equal opportunity employer.  

Deadline for applications is July 15 2015. Estimated starting date for position September 15, 2015.  Please submit cover letter, cv and contacts for three references and a short essay on your vision for a WSCF communication campaign. For more information, contact Luciano Kovacs, wscfna@gmail.com

For more information about the WSCF, please visit www.wscfna.org  and www.wscfglobal.org

 

Field Associate (Part-Time), Reconciling Ministries Network, South Central Jurisdiction

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Field Associate (Part-Time), Reconciling Ministries Network, Southeastern Jurisdiction

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Director of Youth Ministries, Belmont United Methodist Church, Nashville, TN

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Student Recruiter, Colgate Rochester Crozier Divinity School, Rochester, NY

 

For a complete position description and application instructions, please click here.

 

 

Student Activities Coordinator, Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, CA

  Immediate Supervisor: Associate Dean, Office of Student and Community Life

Jobs Supervised: Student Employees, as assigned

FLSA Status: Full-time, exempt (37.5 hours per week). Benefits eligible.

Date Updated: May 14, 2015

Job Content

Summary:

The Student Activities Coordinator works directly with the student body to promote a hospitable, healthy and spiritually-rich environment for the student community at the Claremont School of Theology. The Coordinator plans, implements and evaluates events for a diverse, multicultural and interreligious student body and has responsibility for the physical space of the Edgar Community Center.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee student government leadership, including student-led councils and organizations on campus and acts as liaison between these groups and the Office of Student and Community Life with regards to budgets, event management, and planning.
  • Work as a member of a team on planning, implementing, and evaluating community-building student activities and events for a diverse, multicultural and interreligious context.
  • Manage the Edgar Community Center including coordinating events, vending services, and upkeep and care of the shared space.
  • Coordinate publicity, scheduling, food orders, etc. for the Office of Student and Community Life events including, but not limited to, the weekly Community Tea, New Student Orientation, Community Conversations, etc.
  • Manage budget reporting, petty cash, check requests and other financial processes for the Office of Student and Community Life including the Edgar Center and Student Activities Fund.
  • Manage the online job board for students, including screening and updating job postings as needed, and coordinates programming with the career services consultants.
  • Maintain good relationships with Claremont School of Theology’s denominational representatives and with partner schools.
  • Participate in weekly departmental meetings and other institutional meetings as needed.
  • Supervise student workers, including Federal Work Study students, as assigned.

Other Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Will perform all reasonable duties as requested by supervisor and other authority personnel

Qualifications Guidelines: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Required Competencies

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Strong planning/organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
  • Demonstrated interest and ability to work with a diverse student population in a multicultural and interreligious setting
  • Adaptability in the face of a rapidly changing environment

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required; advanced degree in theology, religion, higher education administration, or cognate desirable.
  • Minimum 2 years (4+ years preferred) of work-related program administration experience, most desirable at an educational institution.

Language Ability:

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential. The successful candidate/employee will be required to use written and/or oral communication. The position requires the ability to write standard correspondence. The ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondences, and memos is necessary. It also requires the ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business memos.

Math Ability:

The position requires the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. This requires fundamental math skills, which includes the ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing and entering financial information.

Reasoning Ability:

This position requires strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple ongoing projects.

Computer Skills:

This position requires proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, google mail, Internet browsers, and other appropriate software. Experience in using social media desirable. Must be able to operate a variety of office machines, including copier and fax machine.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

This position requires supervisory responsibilities of student employees, as assigned.

Physical Demands:

This position may require long hours sitting and using office equipment and computers and moving around campus for events and activities. There may also be moderate lifting of supplies and materials up to 25 lbs. at times.

Special Requirements/Certification:

This position is not open to students currently enrolled in any program at Claremont School of Theology or its affiliates and partners.

The above job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and standards of the position. Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as assigned by their supervisor, policy and company management.

Claremont School of Theology is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please send resumes to Claremont School of Theology, Human Resources Office, 1325 N. College Ave., Claremont, CA 91711; e-mail: humanresources@cst.edu or fax 909-447-6390

 

Associate Director of Youth Ministries, St. George's Episcopal Church, Nashville, TN

St. George’s Episcopal Church in Nashville, TN, is looking for a full-time Associate Director of Youth Ministries.  The Associate Director will build upon and strengthen the youth program particularly in the relational and programmatic lives of our Middle School (6 th -8 th grade) youth.  The Associate Director will work in a team environment with a staff of a Director of Youth Ministries and an Administrative Assistant. 

Our candidate will need to bring high levels of passion and energy and a strong work ethic for undergirding the many different aspects of our church’s ministry with youth.  This person will be responsible for working with youth staff and volunteers to provide quality programming – including weekly programs as well as trips and retreats. This person will also oversee communication with parents, youth, and volunteers, and actively reach out to building relationships with students and parents.

St. George’s Episcopal Church is a growing church with a thriving youth presence in the community. Position is a full-time salaried position with benefits.

Interested candidates for this position should have a college degree and at least two years of local church youth ministry experience.  An Episcopal Church background is preferred. Resumes and inquiries can be sent to Daniel Bradley, Director of Youth Ministries at daniel.bradley@stgeorgesnashville.org .

 

Director of Student Services, Methodist Theological School of Ohio, Delaware, OH

  Position Title: Director of Student Services 

Supervisor: Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Department: Administrative Services 

QUALIFICATIONS: Master of Divinity or related Master’s degree with some professional experience in either academic or ecclesiastical settings. Familiarity with Microsoft Office suite. Experience with Populi or some other student information system. Knowledge of SEVIS systems highly desirable, but not required. Candidate must have exceptional interpersonal skills, take initiative with campus programming, have potential to learn federal regulations for ADA compliance, work well with international students and requisite documentation, practice confidentiality, and participate in the Academic Affairs office as an Academic Affairs staff member. 

PROGRAMMING: Programming for student life necessitates attending to the variety of backgrounds, contexts, religious beliefs, traditions, identities, sexualities, genders, and ages. This role functions as pastoral care resource for all students as needed. 

  PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: 

1. Coordinate the Student Life Program with particular attention to diversity, justice, and the mission of MTSO. 

2. Facilitate development of leadership in student groups including the Student Leadership Council and other programs. 

3. Administer appointments to faculty committees and student campus elections to the Board of Trustees. 

4. Support individual students in terms of spiritual and emotional growth in extra-curricular student programming. 

5. Work with the Dean as student disciplinary actions arise. 

6. Coordinate MTSO’s disability services programs and provide support for enrolled students with documented disabilities. 

7. Coordinate student housing in communication with the maintenance staff. Supervise student-building managers through regular meetings regarding needs, events, maintenance, safety and security. 

8. In conjunction with the Academic Affairs office, coordinate new student orientation twice per year (fall and spring semesters). 

9. Serve as international student director, communicating with students during the exploratory process and enrollment about regularly frameworks and appropriate documentation for particular student status, partnerships with other institutions, financial aid eligibility.

10. Facilitate conversation groups with international students. 

11. Regularly assess student services. 

12. Update, revise, and publish the MTSO student handbook annually, and other documents related to student life (ADA and Disability Services manual and International Student Resource guide). 

13. Produce and post the campus safety report (Clery) annually. 

14. Coordinate student health insurance in conjunction with the Human Resources Director. 

15. Attend committee meetings related to student life and campus life. 

TO APPLY: Methodist Theological School in Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Resumes and cover letters should be electronically directed to Grace Welch at gwelch@mtso.edu. Conduct all correspondence electronically. No phone calls, please. Application deadline, June 24, 2014. 

 

Music Director, St. Ann's Episcopal Church, Nashville, TN

St. Ann’s Episcopal Church invites applications for the position of Music Director (pianist/choir director), a part-time, year-round, salaried one-year position with the possibility of becoming permanent. Located in a thriving and growing community in the heart of Nashville, St. Ann’s is a 156 year-old congregation with a strong musical tradition and a history of working for a just and inclusive community. The Music Director will be responsible for all choral and instrumental music for services, specifically: 

  • Rehearse and direct adult choir members during weekly rehearsals.
  • Provide music for two services weekly, and occasional extra services for holidays. Weddings and funerals at St. Ann’s provide opportunities for extra income. 

Salary commensurate with education and experience, in congruence with the guidelines set forth by AGO. Applicants should submit resume and cover letter to:

Music Director Search Committee

Emelyne Bingham, chair

St. Ann’s Episcopal Church

419 Woodland Street

Nashville, TN 37206

dirigentbna@gmail.com

Postmark Deadline: July 1st, 2015. Please direct all inquiries to the chair at dirigentbna@gmail.com.