Employment & Internship Opportunities

Employment & Internship Opportunities 

Candler maintains a list of employment and internship opportunities for students, alumni and friends of Candler, as well as for local churches and non-church ecclesial organizations. Positions are generally listed for three months or until the job is filled, whichever comes first. Jobs are listed in order of position type: internships (paid), internships (unpaid), campus employment, Part-time, Full-time.

In addition, current students may find internship opportunities that provide valuable ministerial experience as well as financial support through the Office of Contextual Education. Finally, the Emory University Office of Student Employment maintains a comprehensive listing of opportunities throughout Emory, and Candler students with previous Residential Advisor or other campus housing-related experience may consider applying for a job with Residence Life and Housing.

If your church or organization is interested in posting a job, please submit the position for approval through Candler’s online job submission form.

Internships (paid)

Yearlong Residency

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Richmond

How to apply:
Please call (804) 236-4964 for more information.

Position Description:
The Residency is an "Immersion experience", wherein we invite and encourage Residents to go outside of their vocational responsibilities to develop a better understanding of, and relationship with, the Church Hill Community. Residents can expect to commit 40-50 hours a week to their programmatic responsibilities, and are expected to utilize time outside of their responsibilities engaging the different levels of community. Our goal is that Residents will grow as disciples, will grow in discerning how they can employ what they learn in their future endeavors, and will help us to serve more youth, more effectively.

Youth Intern - Mt. Zion UMC

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Marietta, GA

How to apply:
deborah.williams@mtzionumc.org

Position Description:
We are looking for a part-time intern to help develop our student leadership program within our youth group. This position would also help in communication and assist the youth minister in weekly programming. We are looking for roughly a 60 hour per month commitment.

Music/Youth Minister

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Adel, Ga. 31620

How to apply:
Antioch United Methodist Church
Mrs. Pam Taylor
2080 M J Taylor Road
Adel, Ga. 31620

To apply, send and email to the A csquared71052@gmail.com

Position Description:
The Antioch UMC of Adel, Ga. is currently seeking a Full time Music / Youth director. It is our hope that the individual who is interested will have a calling and heart for youth and would develop a program that will meet the spiritual and personal needs of the youth in the church and community. In addition, we are desiring someone who is gifted and has some experience in the area of leading a choir and help develop a full music program.

The Antioch UMC is a strong rural small membership church with around 90 in average worship attendance. The blessing that Antioch UMC has is a wide range of talented volunteers and financial resources.

Salary to be negotiated upon interview.

Fellow--The Road Episcopal Service Corps

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Contact the Rev. Laura Bryant at lbryant@theroadatl.org or 404-984-3294

Position Description:
The Road Episcopal Service Corps is a paid urban fellowship year for young adults (21-32) who want to put their faith into action and make the connection between faith and social change. Road Fellows live together in an intentional spiritual community while serving 32 hours a week with agencies and people committed to social justice, advocacy, and compassionate care for vulnerable people. The Road Fellows also engage a curriculum of social justice education, spiritual and theological reflection, vocational discernment, and leadership development.

The Road seeks Fellows who bring passion, energy, and imagination to the collaborative endeavor of building more just and liberating communities and are ready for challenging, creative, and impactful work. The Road welcomes fellows from all walks of life and many faith perspectives, believing the gift of differences enriches a year of inner and outer growth.

Road Fellows gain hands-on experience in education and literacy, hunger and homelessness, public health, criminal justice reform, environmental justice, mental health, refugee resettlement, community organizing, and ministry through internships with our partner ministries and agencies.

The fellowship year begins August 24, 2016 and ends in mid-July 2017. The Road provides housing and utilities, health insurance, and a stipend to cover costs of food, transportation, and personal expenses.

Pastor for Justice and Witness

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Please send a resume with references to Rev. Michael Piazza, Senior Pastor (michael@vhchurch.org).

Position Description:
The Virginia-Highland Church is a growing, diverse, progressive congregation affiliated with the United Church of Christ and the Alliance of Baptists. Our Mission is passionately based on Micah 6:8 and we seek to “do justice, love mercifully, and walk humbly with God.”

Position:
The Pastor of Justice and Witness serves as one of the pastors of the Virginia-Highland Church. S/he will lead worship, care for the congregation, and support the congregation’s health, vitality and spiritual formation.

Initial funding for this position defines the role as primarily providing leadership for the church’s mission of doing the work of justice and community outreach. Specifically, the Pastor for Justice and Witness will provide leadership and support to our homeless ministries called The River.

General Structure:
The salary is full-time plus benefits and is available immediately. At Virginia-Highland Church the Sr. Pastor is the head of staff and the position supervisor with an annual review done by the Staff-Parish Relations Committee and ultimate accountability to the Congregation.

Presbyterian Intern

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Louisville, KY

How to apply:
More information here: http://www.pcusa.org/news/2016/3/17/presbyterian-publishing-corporation-seeks-seminari/

Position Description:
Work this summer with the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, in Louisville. This internship is specifically for Presbyterian students, or students/recent graduates of a Presbyterian seminary.

The internship is paid: $5000 + housing costs.

Eligibility:
• Seminary or divinity student at an accredited ATS school, rising middler or senior, or recent graduate
• Member of the PC(USA) or student at a PC(USA)-affiliated seminary
• Open to vocational exploration, considering ordination as a possibility
• Interested in a career in publishing
• Racial/ethnic (black/African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, Middle Eastern/Arab American, or Native American)

Executive Secretary (Manager) of International Disaster Response

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
To apply, go to: http://www.umcmission.org/Learn-About-Us/About-Global-Ministries/Careers/Careers

Position Description:
BASIC PURPOSE: The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is seeking an Executive Secretary (Manager) of International Disaster Response who will assist in leading the department in the Atlanta office, while overseeing the United Methodist emergency/disaster and response efforts. This person will report to the Assistant General Secretary (Director) of International Disaster Response (IDR).

MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES:
• Managing grants provided to partner organizations; evaluating grant applications, providing feedback and recommendations to grantee and UMCOR supervisor; reviewing reports; conducting occasional related monitoring visits.
• Strengthening the capacity of UMCOR field offices and partners worldwide to prepare for and respond to disasters, through provision of program support and guidance, training, mentoring and structured feedback.
• Conducting site visits to support and monitor partners as appropriate.
• Monitoring new and ongoing emergencies and disasters, emerging trends and issues in the humanitarian sector, and international relief efforts on a daily basis.
• Coordinating and communicating regularly with local partners, local authorities, and/or peer organizations to conduct needs assessments; collecting information; making recommendations for new programs; and monitoring ongoing activities.
• Making strategic recommendations on involvement in, and resource allocation for, emergency and disaster response.
• Working closely with UMCOR Grants Operations Manager to monitor and evaluate progress, strengthen capacity for grants management, and ensure transparency and accountability within UMCOR and with donors and implementing partners.
• Recruiting, training and managing support staff, volunteers, and interns as necessary. Managing and working with individuals.
• Representing the program and UMCOR to church and other partners, as needed. Preparing and delivering presentations and briefings for internal and external audiences.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required. MA preferred. Degree in Humanitarian Assistance, Emergency Management, International Development, International Relations, Global Health or a related field desired.
• Three to five years of experience working in humanitarian relief and development sector is required, while living or working abroad preferred.
• Proven experience in managing Emergency Response Operations/Disaster Risk Reduction/Preparedness with international NGOs.
• Proven experience in review, monitoring and evaluation of programs; using of quantitative and qualitative methods and approaches to support of program development.
• Strong and well developed analytical skills coupled with experience of writing reports that are usable by different stakeholders.
• Proven experience developing and facilitating capacity strengthening and quality training curriculums.
• Sound knowledge and commitment to participatory approaches to working with communities.
• Proficiency using a variety of capacity building tools and techniques.
• Familiarity with the Hugo framework, SPHERE Standards, Do ‘No harm’ policy, Red-Cross/Red-Crescent Code of Conduct Development.
• Familiarity and experience with incorporation of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) strategies into disaster preparedness and response activities highly desirable.
• Familiarity and experience in different humanitarian aid and development sectors, including but not limited to Water/Sanitation/Hygiene (WASH), Security and Logistics, Shelter and Reconstruction, Livelihoods, and Education highly desirable.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Access and PowerPoint), SharePoint, and basic bookkeeping.
• Experience working with a faith-based organization or familiarity with the United Methodist Church a plus.
• Excellent written and spoken English and fluency in a second language highly desired, French or Spanish preferred.
• Strong skills in negotiation, coordination, project management, communication, and reporting.
• Good interpersonal skills, diplomacy and patience.
• Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills essential.
• Ability to be flexible in fast-paced environment and strategize under pressure.
• Ability to work effectively in a post-disaster environment and in remote regions with limited resources.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• Ability to communicate well in a variety of settings and to function in a diverse workforce.
• Understand and respect cultural, religious, and political environments and use diplomacy when working with the staff, local partners, local authorities, and beneficiary population.
• Willingness to travel up to 40% domestically and internationally, potentially to insecure environments or disaster sites, and possibly on short notice.

Wesley Foundation Intern

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Americus, GA

How to apply:
Contact Rev. Bizzell at 478-244-3753 or at joshbizzell@gmail.com

Position Description:
The Wesley Foundation of Georgia Southwestern University/South Georgia Tech (Americus, GA) is looking for a part-time ministry intern. This position would be perfect for a seminary student or someone considering full-time pastoral ministry in the future. Expected commitment would be 20 hours weekly. Responsibilities would include working with the Director in outreach to students, assisting students in spiritual formation, and further developing our Tuesday night worship service. Position begins August 1st, 2016. Pay is $1000 a month plus housing and utilities in studio apartment located in the Wesley House. Contact Rev. Josh Bizzell to apply and for more information at joshbizzell@gmail.com.

Children's Ministry Intern at First Baptist Church of Gainesville

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Gainesville, GA

How to apply:
Send resume and/or inquiry to Kara Wheeler, Associate Pastor: Children & Families at karawheeler.fbc@gmail.com

Position Description:
To explore a calling to local church ministry while providing consistent, quality assistance in the ministry to children (Kindergarten – 5th grade) and their families on Sunday mornings from 8:30am to 12:30pm & Wednesday evenings from 3pm to 8pm from July 27 to December 16 (20 weeks). Total pay is $2,400 paid bi-monthly. (This internship works as a Contextual Education II site.)

Minister to Children

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Hattiesburg, Mississippi

How to apply:
For a complete job description or to apply, please contact Todd Watson, Lead Pastor, at towatson@hotmail.com. Submission of a letter of ministry interest and call, and a resume will be considered an application for consideration.

Position Description:
Main Street United Methodist Church of Hattiesburg, MS is seeking a full-time Minister to Children and Families. We are looking for an individual who is passionate about their faith, has a strong love for children, and can demonstrate the ability to work with children, their parents, and volunteers. The Minister to Children and Families will oversee ministry with children from age 3 through the 6th grade.

This is a salaried position and requires at least a college Bachelor degree or commensurate experience. We are looking for someone with leadership and organizational skills, computer proficiency, and the ability to communicate effectively.

MSUMC is a strong congregation of 350+ in attendance, located in the heart of the historic district of Hattiesburg. We are actively involved in our community, working to fulfill our mission for God to the world.

Discipleship Externship

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Seattle, Washington

How to apply:
To apply email Hello@adull.am

Position Description:
We believe that one of the most magnificent pictures of what the church is supposed to be is embodied in the original Twelve disciples of Jesus. They lived together for an intentional and intensive period of Kingdom lifestyle training. They grew together, were discipled together, were on mission together, sought the poor and needy together, challenged one another, shared meals with one another, and were ultimately sent by Jesus as a team to make more teams and communities of disciples...together. How beautiful is that?!

We are Adullam Church. We’re a church plant in the Bothell/Mill Creek area We are seeking disciples who desire to join a team that is committed to and passionate about knowing Jesus together, growing together, going to plant churches and make disciples together all over the greater Seattle area. Are you someone who is hungry to live the mission and lifestyle of Jesus and to do it with others who are in the trenches with you? Are you excited at the thought of getting to be part of the beginnings of a church. You’re not the only one!

We are seeking a discipleship extern who is passionate about growing as a disciple and learning the art of disciple-making. You will join a team of disciple-makers who are being trained to lead others into spiritual maturity, build community, and plant churches from the ground up.

Director of Youth and College-age Ministries

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Memphis, TN

How to apply:
Please submit a cover letter and resume by email to KristinaZ@ymarchitects.com, and direct any questions to Melissa Rau at 215-872-7532.

Position Description:
Emmanuel United Methodist Church, in Memphis, Tennessee, is searching for their next full-time Director of Youth and College-Age Ministries.

Some of the responsibilities include:
• Equipping a phenomenal staff of passionate and dedicated volunteer adult counselors
• Planning and overseeing youth and young adult programming
• Providing equipping opportunities to and caring for parents of youth
• Helping youth and young adults grow in relationship with one another and God

The Director of High School Ministries has the opportunity to join a transitioning youth and young adult ministry as Emmanuel strives to build a sustainable ministry model. The Director will work with a part-time associate director of youth and young adult ministries.

The successful candidate will have a strong faith and theology consistent with the United Methodist Church. He or she should have five years of prior experience and proven success in youth ministry. Salary and benefits are competitive.

Director of Youth Ministries: Douglasville First United Methodist Church

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Douglasville, GA (Easy access from downtown Atlanta - I-20W)

How to apply:
Please send your resume to Shari Rates at ShariR@douglasvillefumc.org

Position Description:
This is a full-time salaried position with benefits. This leadership position will be entrusted with the goal of developing a spiritual foundation for the youth of our church during their spiritual journey from 6th grade to high-school graduation. We are also seeking a demonstrated ability to both interpret biblical truth and effectively teach and apply scripture for the situational circumstances of today's youth. We are a congregation of 400+ members.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and related work experience as a leader. A more detailed job description is available upon request.

Minister to Children and Families

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Hattiesburg MS

How to apply:
For a complete job description or to apply, please contact Todd Watson, Lead Pastor, at towatson@hotmail.com. Submission of a letter of ministry interest and call, and a resume will be considered an application for consideration.

Position Description:
Main Street United Methodist Church of Hattiesburg, MS is seeking a full-time Minister to Children and Families. We are looking for an individual who is passionate about their faith, has a strong love for children, and can demonstrate the ability to work with children, their parents, and volunteers. The Minister to Children and Families will oversee ministry with children from age 3 through the 6th grade.

This is a salaried position and requires at least a college Bachelor degree or commensurate experience. We are looking for someone with leadership and organizational skills, computer proficiency, and the ability to communicate effectively.

MSUMC is a strong congregation of 350+ in attendance, located in the heart of the historic district of Hattiesburg. We are actively involved in our community, working to fulfill our mission for God to the world.

Youth Ministry Intern

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
To apply, contact Bradley Kibler at bkibler@shallowford.org

Position Description:
Goal: The Youth Ministry Intern Program provides seminary students, graduates, and others with gifts for ministry the opportunity for hands-on leadership in our church-based Youth Ministry Program and offers the church increased levels of energy, creativity, and relational capacity. It also gives our church the opportunity to support those who are discerning a call to ministry.

Position Purpose: To lead, serve, mentor, build relationships and minister to youth in grades 6-12 at Shallowford Presbyterian Church. The Youth Ministry Intern will work closely with the Director of Youth and Program Ministries to plan, coordinate, and implement the youth program for the purpose of building the faith of our youth.

Qualifications:
• A personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
• A strong understanding of and love for the Word of God
• A calling to Youth Ministry
• A desire to serve as part of a collaborative staff team
• Experience working with youth
• Strong leadership, communication, and organizational skills
• Must pass background check
• References available

Essential Duties:
• Work with the Director of Youth and Program Ministries to plan, lead, and evaluate the weekly Sunday school and fellowship activities and programs.
• Meet weekly with the Director of Youth and Program Ministries for troubleshooting, program development, and personal growth.
• Plan and lead a middle school/high school boys small group.
• Attend and lead youth retreats, lock-ins, and other special ministry events.
• Develop meaningful relationships with the youth and their families including contacting youth each week outside of SPC-sponsored programs and effective and timely communication with youth and their families.
• Attend Youth Committee meetings once a month to further the Youth Ministry vision statement, mission, and goals.
• Participate in worship as requested by the Senior Pastor/Head of Staff.

Hours:
• 10-12 hours per week, to be negotiated. Paid position.

Children's Ministry Program Coordinator

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
Roswell, Georgia

How to apply:
Detailed job description: www.rumc.com/jobs; send resume to hr@rumc.com.

Position Description:
Roswell United Methodist Church in suburban Atlanta, Georgia is currently seeking a full-time Children’s Ministry Program Coordinator with the ability to find, connect, involve, and disciple children and families in the church and community into the mission and membership of RUMC and to help them engage in missions and service.

The Children’s Ministry Team consists of four paid staff and over 100 adult volunteers in a broad range of weekday ministries, Sunday morning programming, and special events throughout the year, such as Vacation Bible Adventure and Morning in Bethlehem.

The ideal candidate is:
• A passionate disciple of Jesus
• Theologically Wesleyan
• Enthusiastic, engaging, and innovative
• Attentive to current and future trends in Children’s Ministry

The ideal candidate has:
• A minimum of a bachelor’s degree, preferably related to Education or Children’s Ministry. Certification in Christian Education or Children’s Ministry is a plus.
• Knowledge of Child Development – birth to older elementary.
• Local church experience or equivalent.
• Proven servant leadership in planning, organizing, and leading volunteers and in working collaboratively with team members.
• Strong project/event planning skills.
• Ability to effectively prioritize and to be highly self-motivated.
• Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Salary and benefits information will be disclosed during the application process; there is no allowance for relocation expenses.

Director of Strategic Partnerships and Innovation

Position Type: Internships (paid)

City, State:
New York

How to apply:
Please forward your cover letter, resume, and salary history to hresources@theriversidechurchny.org. Please put ‘Director of Strategic Partnership’ in the subject line.

Position Description:
Job Summary:
The Director of Strategic Partnerships and Innovation works to foster long-term institutional sustainability by auditing church assets, implementing strategic partnerships, and directing congregational efforts to articulate future strategy.

Essential Job Responsibilities:
• Partners with the Senior Minister and Executive Minister to create a strategy and initiatives that will be a model and best practice for institutional sustainability.
• Serves as staff liaison for the sustainability plan. Drives plan forward and implements projects; reports on progress to Senior Minister, Executive Minister and lay leadership.
• Facilitates strategic partnerships and joint entrepreneurial ventures with other institutions, private and governmental, that fund programming and create viable revenue streams
• Evaluates assets and proposes proactive strategy for long-term institutional sustainability.
• Facilitates the direction of the Riverside Community Services Corporation.
• Builds relationships with the departments within TRC to improve the scale and effectiveness of TRC programs and initiatives citywide; work with leadership at TRC and similar institutions to find creative ways to fund these programs.
• Creates and maintains a results-driven, action-oriented and empowering environment where generosity, ideas, professional growth, accountability, and humor flourish.

Experience and Education Requirements:
• Minimum 10-years work experience in modern high performance fundraising, marketing, or brand or account management environments.
• College Degree or higher
• Experience working within a church or religious institution preferred
• Developed understanding of the appropriate ways of working and business standards required to create a high performing and accountable environment for creative and dynamic colleague working.
• Experience in organizational problem solving, operations, high performance management in complex organizations
• Management consulting or equivalent experience,
• Proven track record in successful change management and knowledge of organizational development approaches and practices
• Core competencies in strategic planning, business performance measurement/management, portfolio management and lean business process development
• Strong analytic skills and fluency in financial management
• Rigorous and critical thinker, able to ask probing clear questions and drive toward solutions quickly
• Predisposition toward simple and practical solutions
• Strong interpersonal skills, collegial and collaborative, works with excellence, high energy, good humored and creative leader
• Excellent written and verbal communication
• Proficiency in Outlook and Microsoft suite of products including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
• Demonstrated ability to interact in a collaborative manner with other ministries and teams EEO Info:

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. Educational Alliance takes affirmative action in support of its policy to employ and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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Internships (unpaid)

Hope for the Future Ministries

Position Type: Internships (unpaid)

City, State:
Farmingdale, NY

How to apply:
For more information please call Pastor Diane Dunn at 631-752-5771.

Position Description:
Since 1987, Pastor Diane Dunne and Hope for the Future Ministries has been bringing God’s love to the people of New York City and Long Island that are in need. Every week, hundreds of nutritious hot meals and pantry bags are served. With over 50,000 people sleeping every night in homeless shelters, these services are needed now more than ever.

Those in need come to ministry events for food pantry supplies, hot nutritious meals, a church service, clothing and warm winter coats, sleeping bags and blankets, toiletry kits, job training, life skill coaching, and referrals for drug and alcohol rehab.

Pastor Diane Dunne holds weekly church services at The Church Without Walls in Tompkins Square Park in New York City. The church is literally a “church without walls.” It is an interdenominational, Christ-centered ministry whose goal is to bring people to know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior.

For more information, see www.hopeforthefuture.com.

Internship Program
Looking men and women with a servant’s heart who are looking to make a difference in this hurting world.

Interns will have an opportunity serve in the Hope for the Future ministry. They will work directly with Pastor Diane Dunne who is well known for her street ministry work and is the founder of this non-profit organization. Interns will work with our Youth Ministry, Children’s Ministry, Worship Team, and participate in Street Evangelism.

Comfortable, safe housing and nutritious food will be provided.

Church Planting Staff

Position Type: Internships (unpaid)

City, State:
Doraville, GA

How to apply:
Contact Pastor Kevin Neal at kevin.neal@dpurposechurch.org
Visit our website: www.dpurposechurch.org and learn more about the kind of church God has called us to lead.

Position Description:
Discovering Purpose Church is a new church launching in 2016, in the Doraville area of Atlanta. Our vision is to create an environment that connects people with their God-given purpose and the Church with her mission.

We’re looking for passionate people that want to be a part of what God is doing in the Atlanta area. People who:
• Love Christ
• Are committed to starting a new and innovative multicultural, multiethnic ministry that will serve the Doraville-Chamblee community
• Have a heart for reaching the fastest growing demographic moving away from Christ (young adults)
• Share the vision of the organization
• Self-starter
• Team player

We believe that being a part of what God is doing is a calling and a privilege. And above all, it’s a chance to be empowered. Below are some of the areas is which we have opportunities for leadership:
• Creative Arts Teams: Worship, Sound Engineering, Video, Lighting
• Family Teams: Children’s Ministry, Youth, Students
• Hospitality Teams: Greeters, Parking, Coffee Bar & Snacking, Facilities, Setup/Take Down
• Community Outreach: Street Ministry, Outdoor Events

We are currently in the prelaunch stage of our church. No salaries or stipends will be considered until after we launch regular weekend services. We believe that your gifts and calling make room for you, and we anticipate bringing people onto paid staff as our church grows.

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Campus employment

There are not any campus employment positions at this time.

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Part time (PT)

Adjunct Faculty

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Email Mary LeVan at mlevan@brownmackie.edu
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Call at 404-799-4490 or 770-355-6962

Position Description:
Teaching a four week introductory course on Ethics. Class meets two days a week for 3 hours and 2 days a week on line. Class begins April 4th. If interested please send unofficial transcripts and resume to mlevan@brownmackie.edu. Transcripts must be on school letterhead, not just from school portal.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course introduces the student to moral principles and helps them to identify and become sensitized to controversial issues and ethical problems likely to develop in the workplace. The course examines a professional’s ethical and legal responsibilities.

Youth Minister- OPC

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Decatur, GA

How to apply:
Glenda Whitworth, glenda.whitworth@oakhurstpresbyterian.org

Position Description:
Oakhurst Presbyterian Church is a community of diversities, which empowers us to confront God’s truth in the world. Through Jesus Christ, the dividing walls are broken down, leading us to affirm that we are called to be one family–through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. God is active in the life of Oakhurst and has given us a vision of hope, inspiring us in the proclamation of the absolute power of God’s love and God’s grace. We are rooted in the truth that nothing can separate us from the love of God! The very thing we once feared–our differences–has empowered us to proclaim the Good News of the Gospel, breaking down the barriers of the world, and drawing us together to become whole in Christ.

Position Title: Youth Minister for Middle and High School Youth

Open to applicants from within the Oakhurst congregation, seminary students, theologically trained individuals, and other interested individuals who are at least 23 years of age.

Desired Character Traits:
Strong personal faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior, creative self-starter, attentive listener, personable and committed to building and fostering relationships with the youth of the church, willing to work collaboratively with the other ministries of Oakhurst, skilled in leadership development, youth engagement and empowerment, ability to engage middle and high schoolers in a genuine and authentic way, ability to teach kids with diverse identities to live in a diverse world, ability to make a multiple-year commitment, and very strong personal commitments both to creative Christian worship and Christian service.

Position Description:
The Youth Minister will continue developing a growing youth program serving 36 active youth and focused on fellowship, service and relationship-building. The Youth Minister will attend staff meetings twice a month and meet weekly with the Head of Staff in order to be the voice for inviting youth into worship leadership and into full participation as members of Oakhurst Pres. The Youth Minister will also assist in worship once or twice a month, coordinate youth worship leadership, teach Sunday School and lead youth program twice a month at regular meeting times.

Youth Minister Monthly Responsibilities:
1. Plan and lead special programming such as retreats, lock-ins, mission trips, service projects and conferences including Montreat youth conferences. Coordinate with the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) regarding registration for Camp Calvin and conferences and respective fundraisers. Plan and lead youth group for middle and high schoolers twice a month regularly. Recruit adult volunteers to collaborate in planning and leading youth programming.
2. Plan and lead youth group for middle and high schoolers twice a month regularly. Recruit adult volunteers to collaborate in leading youth programming. Participate in contact ministry with individual youth.
3. Coordinate teachers for middle school and high school Sunday School.
4. Communicate with youth, parents and congregation about youth programming. Communication often includes face to face meetings, announcements, emails, phone and text, and submitting information to the bulletin and website.
5. Participate in worship and invite youth into worship leadership including ushering, reading scripture, time with children, etc.
6. Serve as a leader and work alongside the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) in support of its mission and activities, which may include youth fundraisers, Christmas Pageant, Confirmation Class and other endeavors.

Hours per week: 20 hours / week

Children & Youth Program Assistant

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Portland, OR

How to apply:
To be considered for the position, please email your resume to Emily Stecher, FPC Director of Christian Education, at estecher@firstpresportland.org.

Position Description:
First Presbyterian Church of Portland, OR is looking for an enthusiastic, creative, and committed Christian who has a passion for, and demonstrated ability to relate to, children and youth. The responsibilities of this 3/4 time position will include volunteer coordination, teaching children's and youth Sunday School classes, leading youth ministry activities, and providing preparation for ministry activities.

Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries - BUMC

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Lawrenceville, Ga

How to apply:
Email resume and cover letter to sprcbethesda@gmail.com

Position Description:
Bethesda United Methodist Church, a growing, transitional church is seeking a part time Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries. The primary responsibility is to direct leadership of the youth program.

Position Description:
1) Select materials for youth programming.
2) Lead youth studies.
3) Plan youth Sunday School programming with the Youth Sunday School Coordinator.
4) Coordinate volunteers for youth events.
5) Plan retreats.
6) Create young adult studies and events.
7) Continue outreach into a diverse community.

Evening Library Assistant

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Decatur, GA

How to apply:
send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to hrjobs@ctsnet.edu

Position Description:
The Evening Library Assistant for Columbia Theological Seminary, under the direction of the Public Services Librarian, is responsible for the functioning of the library on weeknights and weekends when school is in session. The Library Assistant will cooperate with the rest of the library staff to ensure quality services to library users in ways consistent with library policies and procedures.

Sunday Morning Preschool Ministries Coordinator- DUMC

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Dunwoody, GA (Atlanta)

How to apply:
Please contact Diane Morgan, Children's Director Dunwoody United Methodist Church, at diane.morgan@dunwoodyumc.org

Position Description:
Responsible for two and one-half hours of program on Sunday mornings, making each hour different from the other, yet using the same scripture lesson. Working with a team, this person is responsible for age appropriate worship and Christian education for 3 year olds through older 4/young 5 year olds. Also responsible for recruiting and training teachers for each classroom.

Children's Minister

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Arielle Pool, Parish Council President, at alalfor@gmail.com

Position Description:
The Virginia-Highland Church is a progressive community of faith whose mission is to do justice, love mercifully, and walk humbly. We are currently seeking a part-time Children’s Minister (Sundays 9:15am-12:15pm) to lead a program offering age-appropriate spiritual education and service activities directly connected to this mission. This individual will select curriculum, deliver a weekly Sunday morning lesson to elementary students, plan occasional events, and coordinate children’s ministry volunteers. Additionally, the Children’s Minister will liaise with both families and nursery staff.

Accompanist- NGUMC

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Walnut Grove UMC

How to apply:
Please email your resumes to theresa.coleman@ngumc.net. If you have any questions call 404-316-4146.

Position Description:
Walnut Grove UMC in Loganville, GA is actively looking for an accompanist for Sunday mornings. Very light duty, very welcoming church. Compensation is $100 a week.

Director of Family Ministries (20 hours/week, including Sundays and Wednesdays

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Jackson, GA

How to apply:
Contact Rev. Stephen Soulen at starkumc@bellsouth.net

Position Description:
Director of Children/Youth ministries and their families

Director of Youth Ministry

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Covington, GA

How to apply:
All interested candidates will submit a detailed resume including work experience with Youth and References to the Pastoral staff to Rev. Dr. Douglas Gilreath at doug.gilreath@covingtonfirst.org/770.786.7305 or Rev. Jan McCoy at jan.mccoy@ngumc.net.

Position Description:
Covington First United Methodist Church is seeking an energetic and organized Part-Time Director of Youth Ministries to lead our Middle and High School Youth programs.

This position requires:
• Regular office hours
• Attendance at Staff Meetings
• Coordination with other staff and volunteers throughout the week
• Working some evening hours
• Coordinating Sunday School teachers, Wednesday Morning Prayer Breakfasts for Middle and High School during the School Year, and Sunday evening programs.

The ideal candidate will be a responsible and organized person with a passion for leading youth in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ that will help them establish a firm faith foundation for their development as teenagers and young adults.

Children and Youth Director

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Lawrenceville, GA

How to apply:
Please email lgafcc@gmail.com

Position Description:
Lawrenceville First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is currently seeking applicants for a part-time Children and Youth Director Position. We will consider all interested candidates with a background in ministry, education or other related skills. Sunday morning worship participation at Lawrenceville First Christian is expected and Sunday afternoon/evening activities are frequent; other hours are negotiable. The position is approximately 10 hours a week – most of which will be on Sunday. Additional hours may be available as needed. Anyone interested in this position should send a resume by email or standard mail. Applicants will receive an application form to complete which may be returned by email or standard mail.

Financial Secretary

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
To be considered for this position send your resume with cover letter to:
William Spinks, Business Administrator
Glenn Memorial Church
1660 N Decatur Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30307.

You may also send these via PDFs attached to email to bspinks@glennumc.org.

Position Description:
Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church, on the campus of Emory University, is hiring a part-time (19 hours per week) ministry-oriented Financial Secretary. The work environment is collegial and the focus for this position is on integrity and confidentiality. The successful candidate will have 5 years’ experience in business administration specific to use of accounting information systems. Other desirable qualifications include experience with administration in a church or non-profit setting, and experience with financial reporting. Experience with ACS Technologies software is a plus. Good organizational and communication skills (both verbal and written) are also highly desirable.

OVERVIEW:
Responsible for 1) keeping gift records for donors, and accounting for received gifts including reports to individual donors;
2) assisting church business administrator with reporting of income to Finance lay leaders;
3) processing accounts payable, maintenance of vendor records, assisting church business administrator with reporting all revenue and expenses to Finance lay leaders;
4) processing bi-monthly payroll through a third party vendor.

SUPERVISOR:
Reports to the Church Business Administrator as staff supervisor; under the Senior Pastor and under the general supervision of the Church Council, as exercised through the Staff Parish Relations Committee.

EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:
A caring, ministry-oriented person with proven administrative, financial, and organizational skills. Five years of experience in business administration with data entry in accounting records is required. Other desirable qualifications include experience with administration in a church or non-profit setting, and with financial reporting. Good organizational and communication skills (both verbal and written) are desirable. Tact and discretion with confidential information are required.

EDUCATION:
Diploma with some college; vocational and/or on-the-job training in double entry bookkeeping and accounting.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
May require prolonged standing or sitting, frequent bending, stooping or stretching. Requires manual dexterity and hand/eye coordination, and ability to lift 25 pounds above the shoulders.

WORK SCHEDULE:
Part-time, regular hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and half day Wednesday or Thursday. May be necessary to work a flexible schedule to accommodate some evening or weekend activities. May require local and very occasional out-of-town travel.

ATTIRE:
Business casual.

Director of Children's Ministries

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Johns Creek, GA

How to apply:
Please contact Tricia Hamilton at hammys226@bellsouth.net for more information.

Position Description:
Johns Creek United Methodist Church is seeking a part time Director of Children's Ministries. This person will plan, implement and supervise programs for children from newborn through 5th grade. Hours will vary with seasonality, but generally will require 20 - 25 hours per week, including Sunday mornings.

Director of Children’s and Family Ministries

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Decatur, GA

How to apply:
Contact the Rev. Dalton Rushing at dalton@ndumc.org. Position opens August 2016.

Position Description:
Director of Children’s and Family Ministries Location:
North Decatur United Methodist Church

Reports to:
Senior Pastor Classification: Half-time (20 hours/week, including Sundays)

PURPOSE:
The Director of Children’s and Family Ministries is responsible for the development and implementation of the vision, strategy, activities and educational aspects related to ministry with children and families at North Decatur UMC. Specifically, the Director of Children’s and Family Ministries will oversee children’s ministry at NDUMC (Nursery-6th grade) and serve as a liaison between the church and the SAND (School at North Decatur UMC) preschool. The Director will also serve as a bridge-builder between families in the North Decatur community and NDUMC, as the church seeks to continue to reach new people.

COMPETENCIES & EXPECTATIONS:
• Love of Christ and the church and familiarity and support of United Methodist principles of grace and theology.
• Passion for ministry with children and families, and seeing both parents and children grow in faith.
• Ability to fully embrace the vision and values of North Decatur UMC.
• Ability to work as a self-starter in a flexible environment and rapidly growing congregation.
• Ability to use appropriate judgment, discretion, sensitivity, and confidentiality.
• Leadership skills utilizing a cooperative, collaborative team leadership style.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
• Ability to understand and to keep current on issues related to safety and security resulting in the implementation of associated activities and safeguards.
• Experience in working in an environment of significant racial, age, cultural, and theological diversity.
• Affirming attitude towards non-traditional family formations.
• Passion for community interaction and reaching out to those outside the church.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Bachelor’s Degree Required, Masters Degree Preferred
• Significant commensurate experience
• Diverse candidates, seminary students, and those with musical experience are encouraged to apply

RELATIONSHIPS:
• Reports to Senior Pastor
• Supervises and directs children’s ministry volunteers
• Works closely with the church council and all areas of ministry within North Decatur United Methodist Church

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

ABOUT NDUMC:
North Decatur United Methodist Church is a diverse congregation in Decatur, GA which has experienced very rapid growth in a very short period of time. In the past three years, attendance has increased by nearly 300%; this increase includes a significant influx of young adults and young families with children. A church with a significant missional heritage of reaching out to the vulnerable, NDUMC seeks to be “the church that welcomes children.” For more information, visit www.ndumc.org.

Young Adult Ministry Leader

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Dunwoody, GA

How to apply:
To apply, send an email to: jim.boyea@dunwoodyumc.org

Position Description:
Dunwoody United Methodist Church (DUMC) is a thriving 4900+ member church located in a northern suburb of Atlanta. We are a community united by the common bond of baptism and faith. A people diverse in our education, economic stature and spirituality, we are committed to our vision, “To be a dynamic Christian community of fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ!

DUMC is currently seeking a Young Adult Ministry Leader to implement a comprehensive program of Christian life development for the 18 – 35 year old single and married adults in our community. It is essential that this person be able to connect with young adults on a social and spiritual level, with the intent of coaching them towards Christ-like maturity. This position will report to our Senior Minister.

Objectives and Responsibilities:
Ministry
• Work closely with the Young Adults to develop and encourage their spiritual growth in Christ.
• Provide guidance and support based on Biblical principles to Young Adults.
• Provide leadership for Young Adult trips, retreats, classes and spiritual growth.
• Prepare and teach at weekly Young Adult gatherings.
• Provide church-wide visibility and communication to Young Adult activities.
• Identify, develop and implement solutions to strategic needs for Young Adult Ministries.

Leadership
• Lead Young Adult outreach opportunities.
• Develop and manage the annual Young Adult budget.
• Participate on church Leadership team.

Qualifications and Experience:
• Mature and growing faith in Jesus Christ.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with strong relationship building mindset.
• Demonstrated strong leadership skills.
• Biblical teaching and preaching ability.
• Moderate to advanced computer skills.

This can be a Con Ed II placement.

Contemporary Worship Coordinator

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Rock Hill, SC

How to apply:
Interested candidates should email their resumes to jobs@stjohnsrh.org. Additionally, the email should include a link to a video of the interested candidate performing a song appropriate for contemporary Christian worship, including both vocal and instrumental performance by the candidate.

Position Description:
St. John’s is a vibrant, downtown church with a mission of “Making Disciples for Christ.” We are currently seeking candidates for a Contemporary Worship Coordinator to develop and direct the St. John’s Praise Band and provide music leadership for the Contemporary Worship Service. This person will work collaboratively with the pastors and volunteers from our congregation for the purpose of planning and providing engaging and meaningful worship. They will select and provide music and media for the contemporary worship service.

Qualified candidates will be committed to Christ, support the United Methodist Church, and be committed to growing and maturing in their own Spiritual life. In order to be considered, candidates should have experience in providing vocal and instrumental music in a contemporary Christian worship setting. Additionally, candidates should have demonstrated the ability to recruit, retain, lead and coordinate volunteer musicians, including auditioning and planning/leading rehearsals. Experience using PowerPoint software is strongly desired.

This is a part-time position of approximately 20 hours/week. Sunday morning availability is required. Additionally, the person in this position will be required to attend week-day evening praise band rehearsals and meet with the pastors weekly for collaboration.

Minister to Youth

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Suwanee, GA

How to apply:
Rev. Laurie Moeller Level Creek UMC Laurie.moeller@ngumc.net

Position Description:
10-15 hours a week working with Middle/High school students.

Administrative Coordinator for Discipleship and Emerging Generations

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, Georgia

How to apply:
Interested applicants should submit a CV and cover letter expressing their reasons for applying. All CVs and cover letters may be sent to Allison Cochran at acochran@firstpresatl.org. For more information, visit our website at www.firstpresatl.org.

Position Description:
First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, is seeking applicants for a part-time (24-hour) Administrative Coordinator for Discipleship and Emerging Generations. In partnership with the Stembler Scholar and the Associate Pastor for Emerging Generations and Young Adults, the Administrative Coordinator supports and initiates a variety of tasks, events, and resources associated with the Christian Education ministries of First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta.

Minister of Youth and Children at Lawrenceville First Christian Church (DOC)

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Lawrenceville, GA

How to apply:
Contact Pamela Evatt-Machado at evattmac@gmail.com for detailed job description.

Position Description:
Lawrenceville First Christian Church is currently seeking a Minister of Youth and Children. We have a small dynamic group of youth and children and need someone who would support spiritual needs and coordinate activities for them. This is a part time position involving approximately 8 - 10 hours a week (mostly on Sundays). For a detailed job description and more information, please contact Pamela Evatt-Machado at evattmac@gmail.com or Libby Ballew at libby.ballew@yahoo.com .

Associate Director of Children's Ministries

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Stone Mountain

How to apply:
For further information or to submit a resume, please contact rachel.hockman@mountainparkumc.org.

Position Description:
Mountain Park United Methodist Church in Stone Mountain, Georgia is looking for a part-time Associate Director of Children’s Ministries. This position will support the vision and direction of the overall Family Ministries Department at Mountain Park UMC, specifically focusing on children in Pre-K-5th grade and their families. Working with the Family Ministries staff and volunteers, this person will work to create a space where children feel welcomed and are encouraged to grow closer to God. In addition to workday hours, this position requires time on Sunday mornings and occasional weekends (for retreats, mission projects, etc). The ideal candidate should possess: previous experience in working with children and in event planning; excellent organizational skills; the ability to engage enthusiastically with children and parents; experience in volunteer recruitment; the ability to promote a positive work environment with his/her co-workers. A detailed job description is available on request.

Children's Director

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Marietta, Georgia

How to apply:
For more information contact the church office at 770-971-3643, or email resume to sprc@eastcobbumc.org.

Position Description:
East Cobb United Methodist Church, a progressive and community-focused congregation in Marietta, Georgia, has an immediate need for a new Children’s Director. This position is responsible for development and implementation of spiritual educational programming which engages children of elementary school age and younger in the East Cobb area. Experience working with children and alignment with the polity and doctrine of the United Methodist Church are requirements for application, with preference shown to those with prior church staff experience. This is a part-time position and compensation will be based upon a combination of experience and skills.

University Laundry Campus Attendant

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
http://www.universitylaundry.com/ca

Position Description:
$11/hr. Free laundry service. Flexible hours. University Laundry is looking for happy, reliable, organized people who want to join our team. During the fall and spring semesters, we provide a convenient on-campus laundry service for busy students. During the summer, we provide laundry service pick ups and drop offs for conference services on campus. Want the freedom to hang with friends on weekends and holidays? We do too. We work a few days a week and get almost all university holidays off. Summer hours available 7/11-8/17: Monday: 8:45am-11:30am, Wednesday: 8am-11:30am (Paid for 5 hrs minimum per day) There will be an opportunity to stay on the team for the fall semester if desired as well. Requirements: Reliable and flexible Well-organized Team player Understanding of how to add value to the customer experience Responsibilities: Drive a small commercial truck (think U-Haul) Pick up and drop off carts of linens (with another team member ) Provide excellent customer service

Director of Preschool Ministries

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Contact Diane Morgan, Children's Director at diane.morgan@dunwoodyumc.org

Position Description:
Recruit, train and support persons serving as small group volunteers for classes of 3, 4 and 5 year olds. Lead Large group worship for preschoolers, 20 hours per week, including Sunday mornings.

Director of Worship and Music

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Decatur, GA

How to apply:
For more information please send your cover letter and resume to musicdirector@clairmontpres.org.
You may also visit our website at www.clairmontpres.org

Position Description:
Clairmont Presbyterian is seeking a Director of Worship and Music who will help lead us in our mission “To know Jesus Christ and make Him known.” Our 400 member congregation believes that worshiping the Lord is our highest calling and we desire to grow in that area of discipleship. Our worship is centered on the Word of God in Holy Scripture and is focused on receiving the Spirit’s work and on returning praise and thanks to God for all that He is and all that He has done. The primary ministry of our new Director will be to engage and grow the voice of our church family in worship so that we might experience an even greater measure of the joy of the Lord. In addition we are mindful that worship is a place where new people come to know Christ as well and as such we are seeking a style of worship and music that helps our neighbors in our community connect to God. We are not seeking a performer, we are seeking a leader in our act of worship.

Current Music Ministry Components
? Praise Band drums, guitars, keyboards, vocalists, sound techs
? Chancel Choir
? Organ
? Children’s Choir
? Hand bell Choir

With the exception of our organist, these groups are entirely staffed with faithful volunteers from the congregation. How these groups are utilized in the future and what new groups might be formed is a matter that is open for creative conversation.

Ministry Responsibilities:
? Work with the pastor(s) to plan, organize and lead worship services which give praise to God and help people of all generations connect with the Lord
? Connect personally with the church family and provide avenues for growth through music and worship
? Cultivate the love of Christ in people who are in the music ministry
? Recruit and coach new members for leadership in music and worship
? Grow our capacity to be a singing congregation whose worship witnesses to our love for God and compels others to know Him as well
? Providing for upkeep of musical instruments and sound system equipment owned by CPC
? Collaborate with other staff and lay leaders to cultivate a love for worshipping God in all areas of our church family
? Currently we envision this position as 30 hours per week

Qualifications:
? Above all else our Director will be a committed and growing follower of Jesus Christ who leads others to follow Christ as well
? Should have experience leading the music ministry of a church
? Should have attested skills in keyboard instruments or guitar
? Should have experience leading a worship band
? Should have experience directing a choir
? Should have at least an undergraduate degree
? Must work well in collaboration with colleagues on staff and with volunteers in ministry
? Experience with ProPresenter software is a plus
? Must have the heart of a pastor, the instincts of a teacher and the humility of a servant to cultivate the love of God in people

Afterschool Lead Teacher

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Clarkston, GA

How to apply:
Read the full job description, available at shalompcusa.org/inspire. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Natalie Schmucker at inspireshalom@gmail.com.

Position Description:
Inspire: A Shalom Afterschool Initiative, located in Clarkston, GA and serving refugee and immigrant middle school students, is seeking a Lead Teacher for its afterschool program. This is a part-time position requiring approximately 15 hours per week during the school year. The successful candidate will have previous experience working with people of all cultures, ethnicities, and religious backgrounds and with youth in an educational setting. Secondary credit in education or related field required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Interested candidates may view the full position description on our website at shalompcusa.org/inspire or should contact Natalie Schmucker at inspireshalom@gmail.com for more information.

Youth Ministry Worship and Service Coordinator

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Roswell, GA

How to apply:
For a detailed job description, go to www.rumc.com/jobs. Send resume to hr@rumc.com

Position Description:
Roswell UMC has a part-time (20 hours/week) opening in Youth Ministry for a Worship and Service Coordinator. Responsibilities include coordinating all local service opportunities for students, enabling them to understand what it means to “Love God and Love Others” by serving others, and establishing creative opportunities for students to experience God’s love through large group worship events. (Leading worship is not a requirement—this position will coordinate all elements of our large group Middle School and High School worship services.)

Candidates will have a passion for inviting, growing, and serving middle and high school students and for sharing Jesus with them. Evidence of excellent interpersonal relationship skills with both youth and adults is important. Large church or group experience is desirable.

Director of Youth Ministry

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Suwanee, GA

How to apply:
Interested candidates will be vetted by our Staff Parish Relations Committee, the youth council, and our youth group. Please send resumes to: Rev. Laurie Moeller: laurie.moeller@ngumc.net. Deadline for applications will be August 15, 2016.

Position Description:
Level Creek UMC, a growing and vibrant congregation, located in Suwanee, Georgia, is looking for a director of Youth Ministries to begin September 1, 2016. The chosen candidate will have the opportunity to build and develop the new youth center, which will be completed in January 2017. With 2 large youth rooms, both Middle School and High School will be growing and developing new ministries and outreach in the years ahead. The Director of Youth ministry position will include building a relationship with the North Gwinnett High School, located across the street from the church. We are looking for a person with a growing and committed faith in Christ, and a passion for youth searching for a place to belong in the family of God. Our ideal candidate will have experience working with and equipping volunteers for youth ministry, as well as a history of teaching, leading and loving youth. An understanding and deep appreciation for our United Methodist history and theology, as well as deep desire to learn and teach the Word of God are essential to this position.

Counselor

Position Type: Part Time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
For more information, please contact Joel Mills, Director of Camp Wieuca, at 404-814-4467 or jmills@wieuca.org.

Position Description:
Dear students, If you love working with children and are looking for a flexible afternoon job during the school year, Camp Wieuca has a job for you! We’re looking for counselors to work with children in grades K-5th during our After School program. Mission Statement: Camp Wieuca is a ministry branch of Wieuca Road Baptist Church. Our purpose is to provide children with an engaging and nurturing Christian environment. We strive to show our campers a Christ-like example through growing relationships and fun, meaningful experiences. Counselor Job Responsibilities: Supervise children as they play, provide homework help, teach Bible stories, help lead structured games, provide a positive environment for children, and encourage children’s growth and development. - We need counselors to help transport children from their schools to Camp Wieuca by driving our church vans (21 or older) or supervising children on the vans. Work Hours: 2:30 – 6:30 p.m., Monday – Friday - Counselors who help with transportation need to arrive at 1:30 p.m. - You can apply to work all 5 days a week or can apply to work certain days depending on your class schedule. - This year, we will operate from August 8, 2016 – May 25, 2017 and will be closed on the same days that both Atlanta Public Schools and DeKalb County Schools are closed. Pay: Begins at $10/hour We have already begun hiring for the 2016-2017 school year, so contact us as soon as possible!

Adult Discipleship Coordinator

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Roswell, Georgia

How to apply:
Detailed job description: www.rumc.com/jobs; send resume to hr@rumc.com.

Position Description:
Roswell United Methodist Church in suburban Atlanta, Georgia is seeking a part-time (15 hours/week) Adult Discipleship Coordinator responsible for providing support to adult programs and events under the leadership of the Associate Minister: Discipleship.

Qualifications of a successful candidate:
• Ability to work collaboratively in planning, organizing, and leading volunteers and ministry leaders.
• Outgoing, engaging, personable point of contact. Excellent communication skills.
• Demonstrated project management and organizational skills. Ability to effectively prioritize and to be highly self-motivated.
• Willingness to learn and utilize church software tools effectively (Shelby, ServiceU, WordPress). • Familiarity with United Methodist curriculum sources a plus.
• Flexibility to work evening or weekend hours if given advance notice

Anticipated hourly rate is $14-$16.

Director of Children's Ministry

Position Type: Part time (PT)

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Detailed job description: www.rumc.com/jobs; send resume to hr@rumc.com.

Position Description:
Roswell United Methodist Church in suburban Atlanta, Georgia is seeking a part-time (15 hours/week) Adult Discipleship Coordinator responsible for providing support to adult programs and events under the leadership of the Associate Minister: Discipleship.

Qualifications of a successful candidate:
• Ability to work collaboratively in planning, organizing, and leading volunteers and ministry leaders.
• Outgoing, engaging, personable point of contact. Excellent communication skills.
• Demonstrated project management and organizational skills. Ability to effectively prioritize and to be highly self-motivated.
• Willingness to learn and utilize church software tools effectively (Shelby, ServiceU, WordPress). • Familiarity with United Methodist curriculum sources a plus.
• Flexibility to work evening or weekend hours if given advance notice

Anticipated hourly rate is $14-$16.

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Executive Director, Trinity Community Ministries

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Send resume and cover letter to tcmedsearch@gmail.com

Position Description:
Manages all staff and agency operations and keeps board members informed. Interprets and implements strategic policy set by the Board in order to direct staff in operations and programs; manages financial resources and volunteers.

Director of Youth Ministries-Johns Creek UMC

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Johns Creek, GA

How to apply:
Please contact Tim Milam. tmilam@jordanskala.com, 770-335-7815

Position Description:
The vibrant congregation of Johns Creek United Methodist Church is seeking a full-time Director of Youth Ministries, to build young disciples for Christ by developing and implementing a comprehensive approach to youth ministry (in the areas of group building, worship, discipleship, mission, and outreach) while serving as a spiritual leader and role model.

Research Consultant

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Please send letter of interest and resume to Tatum Preston, tpreston@carterbaldwin.com

Position Description:
As a key leader in the community and part of our strategic network, we wanted to reach out to make you aware of a senior level role for which we are searching.

We are excited to represent our client and welcome the chance to connect with you about this unique opportunity.
For more information please visit:
http://www.carterbaldwin.com/opportunities/cb_resassoc

Minister to Students

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Waleska, GA

How to apply:
jobs@reinhardt.edu
Reinhardt University
Office of Human Resources
Attn: Minister to Students Search
7300 Reinhardt Circle
Waleska, GA 30183

Position Description:
Reinhardt University is seeking an energetic, collaborative, student-centered individual for the position of Minister to Students. The Minister to Students is a co-educator responsible for fostering and developing the spiritual life of students. This is a full-time position responsible for building appropriate relationships with the student body, faculty, staff and administrators through Christian faith-based programming and activities.

A graduate degree in religion, theology, or pastoral counseling is required. The candidate must be ordained in the United Methodist Church and have a minimum of three years of related work experience. The successful candidate must be able to relate to today’s college students regardless of faith background, have strong yet flexible leadership skills, excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills, and be able to work nights and weekends.

Candidate must successfully pass a background check.

Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to: jobs@reinhardt.edu or via US Mail to:

Reinhardt University
Office of Human Resources
Attn: Minister to Students Search
7300 Reinhardt Circle
Waleska, GA 30183

Reinhardt University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/M/F/H/V.

Senior Director of Finance

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
To apply go to: http://www.umcmission.org/Learn-About-Us/About-Global-Ministries/Careers/Careers

Position Description:
ORGANIZATION:
The Senior Director of Finance will join a nonprofit corporate organization with Finance opportunities unlike many available today. Global Ministries is the largest agency of The United Methodist Church. It is moving its US headquarters to Atlanta after nearly 200 years in New York City. Given its worldwide scope, which includes missionaries and other personnel, all focusing on some of the world's major social and global health challenges, plus an international humanitarian aid organization providing relief from hunger and disasters, known as UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief), Global Ministries offers an exciting opportunity for a senior Finance professional.

BASIC PURPOSE:
Manage, direct and implement performance excellence strategies and objectives to ensure the achievement of Global Ministries goals in the areas of Financial Services. Responsible for the company's financial plans and policies, accounting practices, the maintenance of fiscal records, safeguarding of assets, the preparation of financial reports and relating to various constituencies on financial matters.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS:
• Respect and maintain confidentiality, parameters of operation, professional protocols, and individual privacy.
• Progressive experience in financial analysis, management reporting, accounting, budgeting, forecasting, and project management.
• Proven ability to assist in the development of systems to define performance benchmarks, reduce costs, and improve financial performance.
• Demonstrated performance in partnering finance with programs to achieve the organizations goals.
• Comfortable working within a functional and global line of business matrixes organization.
• Strong leadership ability, with the capacity to balance empathy with determination, staunchly defending a strategic direction while considering the position of others.
• Experience working “hands on” and comfortable with rapid change, quick decisions and uncertainty.
• An “in-the-trenches”, tactile Finance executive who is willing to immerse him or herself in the work.
• Demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others.
• Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.
• Problem analysis and resolution at both a strategic and functional level.
• Detail-oriented executive who brings analytical traits to the organization and operates within a framework that utilizes well-defined metrics, scorecards and KPI’s.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Participates in short/long range planning.
• Responsible for the finances of Global Ministries including all entities and all related functions and departments.
• Responsible for the preparation and monitoring of the annual Global Ministries’ budget.
• Responsible for all financial reporting to the general church and other entities.
• Manage the pension and health benefit plans along with the administering entities.
• Develop management talent within financial areas to achieve performance targets.
• Oversight of the endowment funds of Global Ministries including setting policy.
• Responsible for providing oversight of the investments of the organization in collaboration with the investment managers.
• Responsible for the financial systems being used including implementation of ongoing new systems.
• Communicate/present to the board of director’s on Global Ministries’ financial performance as required.
• Establish, implement and revise policies and procedures related to financial operations.
• Report financial performance on the organization and furnish internal budgetary reports to peer executives.
• Oversee banking relationships.
• Responsibility for timely and accurate completion of Global Ministries’ Annual Financial Statement audit, the A-133 audit, the 403(b) plan audit; government and other grants.
• Responsible for communicating financial data to various constituents including non-financial persons.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor Degree in Accounting or equivalent ideally with an MBA/CPA or related degree.
• Ten years management experience, preferably in global non-profit environment.
• CPA or CMA licensing desired.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to engage in international travel including in the developing world.
• Minimum of five years of experience in senior level financial management reporting to CEO/CFO.
• Minimum of seven years supervisory experience of senior level managers in finance and administration.
• Familiarity with multiple accounting standards including: Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP); International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
• Familiarity with international monetary and banking complexities.
• Experience in managing a significant investment portfolio using multiple investment instruments.
• Experience in managing and working with pension and health benefit plans.
• Familiarity with multiple financial systems, preferably Great Plains.
• Minimum of ten years of experience in developing and managing multiple budgets in an international environment.
• Experience working directly and reporting to a Board of Directors and Board Committees.
• Experience working and promoting a team atmosphere within a diverse work environment.
• United Methodist affiliation and knowledge necessary.
• Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
• Ability to translate financial concepts and information-and to effectively collaborate with-programmatic persons and others who do not necessarily have financial backgrounds.
• Working knowledge of endowments.

Director of Children’s Ministry- SUMC

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Snellville, GA

How to apply:
Send resume, references, statement of faith, and philosophy of youth ministry to:
Rev. Walter Jones
Snellville UMC
2428 Main Street East
Snellville, GA 30078

Position Description:
Large membership, dynamic United Methodist Church in Snellville, Georgia, is seeking a Director of Ministry with Families with Children, responsible for coordinating and advancing a comprehensive ministry with children and their families. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in Children’s ministry, references that demonstrate a personal faith, an engaging and outgoing personality, and the ability to form nurturing relationships with children and adults. Candidates must be in agreement with the beliefs and mission of the United Methodist Church.

DOOR Atlanta City Director

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Atlanta GA

How to apply:
Please visit www.doornetwork.org/employment for a detailed job description and application instructions.

Email a cover letter, resume, and three references to Glenn Balzer at glenn@doornetwork.org.

Position Description:
DOOR (Discovering Opportunities for Outreach and Reflection) is a gateway for encountering the city through the eyes, ears, and heart of God. The DOOR Network operates in five cities including Atlanta. We are dedicated to providing life-changing experiences for our participants rooted in relationship to and solidarity with local communities and neighborhoods. The DOOR Atlanta City Director, in collaboration with the local board and Assistant Director, will provide Christ-centered leadership that promotes diverse cultural awareness, reflects regularly on systemic injustices, and creates life-changing moments moving towards racial and social reconciliation for people aged 13-100. As City Director, you will manage the Discover, Discern, and Dwell programs and maintain relationships with local partners.

Youth Minister

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Augusta, GA

How to apply:
Contact Rev. Robert D. Fain, Rector
706-738-3386
Rdfain@goodshepherd-Augusta.org

Position Description:
The Church of the Good Shepherd is seeking an experienced youth minister, lay or ordained, for full-time ministry to 6th – 12th grade youth and their parents. Good Shepherd is an active Episcopal congregation located in a beautiful and historic neighborhood of Augusta, Georgia, with weekly Sundayattendance of 500 and a large active youth program. There are 145 in the parish between the ages of 13-18. Good Shepherd also has an Episcopal Day School, which was established in 1944 and has 400 students, PK-8th grade.

The people of Good Shepherd are committed to Youth Ministry and are excited about the possibilities for service and witness in this new apostolic era of the 21st century. We are dedicated to helping shape and form young disciples to love and serve Jesus Christ in this world. A position description is available that articulates the mutual responsibilities and expectations of this vitally important and valued ministry of the Church of the Good Shepherd.

Please visit us at www.goodshepherd-augusta.org and follow us on Facebook. For more information contact the Reverend Robert Fain at rdfain@goodshepherd-augusta.org

Sr. Program Associate- VIM

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Atlanta, GA

How to apply:
Please apply through this link: http://www.umcmission.org/Learn-About-Us/About-Global-Ministries/Careers/Careers

Position Description:
BASIC PURPOSE:
Reporting directly into the Head of Mission Volunteers, this position is essential to the network and connection with United Methodist Volunteers. Manage the short term and long term individual volunteer programs. Support event planning and completion of all administrative tasks. Work collaboratively within the Missionary Services unit.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Participate in volunteer training which requires some travel.
• Make recommendations to manager regarding assigning/overseeing of administrative and program tasks.
• Complete projects within portfolio area without direct supervision.
• Manage Mission Volunteers administrative needs including planning meetings, travel, scheduling, calendars, correspondence and finances.
• Manage and process all Mission Volunteers Advance funding.
• Provide additional support to Missionary Unit’s administrative staff.
• Be self-motivated, have the ability to multi task, be creative and proactive.

REQUIREMENTS:
• 3-5 years of experience minimum in the area of project management, at least two years of experience managing people.
• Bachelors or equivalent experience.
• Able to manage multiple projects, tasks and work assignments in a fast moving environment, including during international travel.
• Seek continuous improvement in all you do.
• Have solid experience collaborating with multiple stakeholders.
• Have the ability to manage time well.
• Are comfortable working in a faith based setting.
• Are positive, creative, flexible and up for an adventure, doing work that makes a difference.
• Good interpersonal skills, diplomacy and patience.
• Strong skills in negotiation, coordination, project management, communication, and reporting.
• Ability to be flexible in fast-paced environment and strategize under pressure.
• Ability to communicate well in a variety of settings and to function in a diverse workforce.
• Understand and respect cultural, religious, and political environments and use diplomacy when working with the staff, local partners, local authorities, and beneficiary population.
• Excellent multi-tasking and organizational skills.
• Expertise making strategic decisions based on data including site metrics.
• Skill at managing project tasks in a timely manner.
• The ability to produce professional communication documents.

Youth Pastor/Leader

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Georgia

City, State:
Columbus Ga

How to apply:
A Youth Pastor/Leader to lead Teen teachings, small groups and major productions

Position Description:
A Youth Pastor/Leader to lead Teen teachings, small groups and major productions

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Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

Youth/Student Pastor

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Tampa, FL

How to apply:
Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: employment@bible-based.org.

Position Description:
This position has primary responsibility for the spiritual leadership, pastoral care, administrative oversight, and organizational direction for our children and youth (Chosen Generation) ministry - nursery through grade 12.

Director of Discipleship

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Raleigh, NC

How to apply:
Please send resume and cover letter to sprc@allsaintsumc.org

Position Description:
A vibrant, growing church in Raleigh, NC seeks energetic individual to lead discipleship ministries, from cradle to grave. This position would entail oversight for children, youth and adult discipleship, nurturing and equipping saints of all ages.

Sycamore House Program Director/Assisting Curate

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Harrisburg, PA

How to apply:
hrststephens@gmail.com Job description and application can be found at: http://www.ststep.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Program-Director-Sycamore-House-and-Assisting-Curate.pdf

Position Description:
The position calls for an ordained Episcopal priest or soon-to-be ordained priest who serves as cathedral staff. The incumbent is responsible for directing all aspects of the Sycamore House Service Corps (SHSC), which is an Episcopal Service Corps site in Harrisburg. He/she serves as a bridge between the house community, cathedral community and the Harrisburg community. In addition, this staff person conducts worship and performs pastoral services, especially when the Dean is absent.

Associate Minister For Pastoral Care

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Marco Island FL

How to apply:
mawilliams2222@yahoo.com

Position Description:
United Church of Marco Island, FL
Associate Minister Job Description
1. Pastoral Care and Stephen Ministry (70%)

-ongoing visitation of hospitals, members in assisted living facilities, older members grieving members, and “shut-ins”
-office visits of a pastoral/counseling nature
-telephone calls (pastoral)
-written cards (pastoral)
-organizing, supporting, and encouraging United Church’s Stephen Ministry visitation program by working in collaboration with the Stephen Ministry Chair and Stephen Ministers
-conducting funerals, memorial services, and committal services as requested

2. Worship (20%)

-participating in worship as a co-liturgist in United Church’s weekly worship services (including pastoral prayers and children’s messages)
-regular opportunities to preach sermons (every other month) in the winter season and monthly during the summer
-weddings and baptisms as requested

3. Administration (10%)

-participation in monthly staff meetings
-writing of a short monthly newsletter article and writing of a short annual report
-administrative tasks related to pastoral care (setting up appointments, etc.) and worship preparation

Those interested in applying should submit a resume plus paragraph answers to the following three questions:
A. How does your personal relationship with God impact the way you go about pastoral care and what gifts has God given you that enable you to be a faithful pastoral caregiver?
B. United Church of Marco Island is a unique church in a unique setting. What specifically interests you about the Associate Minister of Pastoral Care position at United Church of Marco Island? www.ucmarco.org
C. What key qualities or gifts do you have that would make you an effective co-leader of United Church’s weekly worship services?

Youth & Young Adult Pastor/Director- FUMC

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

How to apply:
Rev. Jill Lindsey Auman
Email resume with cover letter

Position Description:
The Youth & Young Adult Pastor/Director is responsible to develop ministry programs and projects so that the youth and young adults in our church and our community grow in faith as Christian disciples. This role is responsible to develop the vision, plans and advocate programs to ensure the development of faith and discipleship in collaboration with the Senior Minister.

The Youth & Young Adult Pastor/Director works closely with the Senior Minister, staff, lay leaders, and volunteers to ensure that youth and young adults are considered and included within the life and ministry of the congregation. This includes the development of policies and procedures to ensure the safety of the youth, young adults, care-givers, lay staff, volunteers, and the community.

Minister to Youth/Student Pastor

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Jacksonville, Florida

How to apply:
Send resume to Bob Landham at blandham@deermeadows.org

Position Description:
Responsible for guiding a developing the student ministry (grades 7-12) of the church, including direct engagement with the students and leadership development of the adult volunteer team.

Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Mechanicsville, Virginia

How to apply:
sandrabottoms@shadygroveumc.org

Position Description:
Shady Grove United Methodist Church, a vibrant, growing, large church located in Mechanicsville, Virginia, a suburb of Richmond, is offering a full-time opportunity to lead a Christ-centered ministry with Youth and Young Adults. Primarily focusing on youth in grades 6-12, the director will lead, develop and implement comprehensive ministries to help youth grow into a closer relationship with Jesus Christ while promoting Christian service in the world. The young adult focus will include outreach to the community to build a young adult ministry that mentors young adults in their Christian walk. The successful candidate will be a creative, spiritually mature, and energetic ministry leader with strong relational skills, a passion and vision for ministry with youth in a large church setting, knowledge of adolescent development and youth culture, experience in developing youth and adult leaders, excellent organizational and administrative abilities, and a desire to work as part of a team of staff, parents, and lay leaders in ministry with youth and young adults. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is required. Additional studies or certification in Youth Ministry, or like focus, is preferred. Basic understanding and appreciation of United Methodist theology is a must, as is demonstrated effective leadership experience in a church youth ministry setting.

Director- Sycamore House Service Corps/Congregational Community Engagement

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Harrisburg, PA

How to apply:
Detailed job description and employment application instructions can be found at: http://www.ststep.org/new-opportunities/

Position Description:
The position calls for a lay or ordained person, who serves as cathedral staff, but is grounded in the life of the wider community in a variety of ways. The incumbent is responsible for directing all aspects of the Sycamore House Service Corps (SHSC), an Episcopal Service Corps site in Harrisburg, PA for recent College graduates with an interest in social justice, community engagement and vocational discernment. The director serves as a bridge between the house community, cathedral community and Harrisburg community. A Master of Divinity (or similar degree/experience such as Social Work) is preferred.

Director of Christian Education

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Myrtle Beach

How to apply:
Submit resumes and references to Mr. Ron Carpenter at rcarpenter@fumcmb.org by July 4, 2016.

Position Description:
Located just a few blocks from the beautiful Atlantic Ocean in Myrtle Beach, SC, First United Methodist Church seeks a full-time (40 hours/week) Director of Christian Education. First UMC seeks to transform the Myrtle Beach community by making and nurturing disciples who transform the world around them. Therefore, the right candidate should be a mature, committed disciple of Jesus Christ with the education, skills, and passion to help people of all ages grow as disciples. He or she should also be gifted at identifying, recruiting, and equipping lay volunteers to share in this important work. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Oversee and implement Sunday school and other discipleship-oriented small groups, ensuring that Safe Sanctuaries Policies are adhered to. 2. Oversee and coordinate an annual Vacation Bible School, with an emphasis on reaching out to children and families unaffiliated with the church. 3. Provide opportunities for service and spiritual growth beyond regular Sunday morning activities, such as summer camp for children and Snowbirds/Seagulls spiritual growth programming for seniors. 4. Maintain clear, professional communication with all parents and volunteers. 5. Assist in worship by leading and/or coordinating volunteers for children’s sermons and by training children to serve in worship as acolytes, Bible bearers, and crucifers. Compensation will be commensurate with candidate’s education and experience.

Director of Student Ministries

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Lubbock, TX

How to apply:
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume, including 3 professional references, to the attention of the Staff Parish Relations Committee by email to openminds@stjohnslubbock.org or by mail to 1501 University Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79401.

Position Description:
Directs congregational ministry with children, youth, and undergraduate university students. Full posting at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fFmUhOLMejQ5N1b6OWb-SU6JTPl4u0M1knEJobr2nPg/edit?usp=sharing

Youth/Young Adult Minister

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Hopkins, MN

How to apply:
Contact Senior Pastor, Rev. Keihwan Kevin Ryoo at: mnkeumc@hotmail.com

For more information go to:
www.mnkeumc.org

Position Description:
The Korean Evangelical United Methodist Church of Minnesota is looking for a Youth/Young Adult Minister.

Director of Children's Ministry

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Winter Haven, FL

How to apply:
Cover letter and resume should be submitted to Senior Pastor, David Averill by email at job@sjum.org

Position Description:
St. John’s United Methodist Church in Winter Haven, Florida is seeking a full-time Director of Children’s Ministry. This position is responsible for creating and overseeing an effective plan to make and grow fully devoted followers of Jesus birth through fifth grade. Minimum qualifications include a personal relationship with Christ; acceptance of Wesleyan/ Methodist theological views; the ability and passion to share personal faith with others in inviting ways; experience recruiting, training and supervising others; good verbal and written communication skills; and the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks. This is a salaried, exempt position. This is a 40 hours-per-week position, but hours can be higher or lower depending on the needs and seasons of the ministry. This position does not currently offer health benefits. St. John’s is a missions-oriented, growing church, committed to reaching our community through love and service in order to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Compensation commensurate with experience.

Ecumenical Staff Officer & Leadership Development

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Washington, DC

How to apply:
Contact Jill Irvin at jirvin@alderassociates.com to apply.

Position Description:
The Ecumenical Staff Officer (ESO) of The United Methodist Church (UMC) serves under the authority of the Council of Bishops (COB) through the Ecumenical Officer.

The role is responsible for serving The UMC in its quest for unity and for the development of relationships with other churches, ecumenical organizations and religious faith communities. In this regard, the role will work with bishops to prepare them to appropriately represent the UMC in these global, regional and national associations and relationships. Also, the role is accountable for strengthening bishops’ ability to foster relationships and address issues relating to ecumenical and interreligious work in congregations and communities in their residential area.

The role is responsible for working with bishops to identify and develop leaders across the denomination in areas of ecumenical and interfaith understanding and leadership.

Per disciplinary guidelines, the Ecumenical Staff Officer shall be a professing member of the UMC.

Ecumenical Staff Officer: Faith & Order and Theological Development

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Washington, DC

How to apply:
Contact Jill Irvin at jirvin@alderassociates

Position Description:
The Ecumenical Staff Officer (ESO) for Theological Development and Faith & Order (F&O) of The United Methodist Church (UMC) serves under the authority of the Council of Bishops (COB) through the Ecumenical Officer.

The role is responsible for providing supporting academic analysis and critical reflection upon ecumenical and interreligious activities relating to the UMC, its identity, plans and positions. This role serves as the primary advisory to the Council of Bishops, Ecumenical Officer and Ecumenical Staff Officer on matters of theological and ecclesiological issues of The UMC.

This role will also provide scholarly reflection and analysis on matters of faith, doctrine, order and discipline of the church supporting the COB and the Committee of F&O. In this capacity, research and analysis may be performed directly by this position, or distributed to experts in United Methodist seminaries or other bodies. Where others are involved in analysis, the role will coordinate the production of the work for Taskforce or Committee review.

In areas of Theological Development and Faith & Order, the role will coordinate with United Methodist seminaries to partner on academic and theological analysis.

The role will serve as the coordinator of COB materials with the General Commission on Archives & History.

Director of Discipleship and Youth Ministries

Position Type: Full time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Ashland, VA

How to apply:
Send letter of interest and resume to office@duncanmemorialumc.org

Position Description:
Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church in Ashland, VA, is seeking an enthusiastic, energetic and committed individual to participate with us in the formation of Christian discipleship, at home and in the world. The DDYM creates and implements programs to cultivate the spiritual growth of the congregation and community, with a particular focus on youth and children.

The successful candidate will have strong 'people skills', as well as 'planning skills'. We will consider candidates with backgrounds in a wide variety of fields. A 4 year college degree is required.

Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church is a loving faith community where all are sought, welcomed, nurtured and transformed to be Christ in the World.

Director for the Huntingdon Leadership Academy

Position Type: Full Time (FT) - Out-of-state

City, State:
Montgomery, AL

How to apply:
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, CV (with at least three references), and a one-page statement of ministerial philosophy to officeoftheprovost@hawks.huntingdon.edu in a single pdf document. Candidates with experience in the ministry, college admissions, and youth theology institutes are especially encouraged. The position will remain open until filled, but for full consideration, materials should be submitted by July 20, 2016.

Position Description:
Huntingdon College seeks a Director for the Huntingdon Leadership Academy (HLA). Founded in the summer of 2015, the HLA provides a week of vocational discernment annually each summer for rising high school juniors and seniors, and is supported by the Lilly Endowment, Inc. Over the course of the academic year, the Director of the HLA will work closely with partners in the Alabama-West Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church and Duke Divinity School. Primary duties include but are not limited to the development of the program itself, communication with the Lilly Endowment, Inc. in the program’s administration, and the recruitment of students to participate, with a special emphasis on students interested in ecclesial vocations and those interested in attending Huntingdon College. In the HLA Director’s work, they will report directly to the Office of the Provost and will coordinate closely with the Office of Admissions to visit churches and identify prospective students. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1854, Huntingdon is a coeducational liberal arts college.

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