Job opportunities throughout congregations within the Diocese as well as Mission Partners will be posted here.
If you'd like to submit a Job Posting, send the listing as you'd like it to read to email@example.com with the subject line "Diocesan Job Board."
Lay Ministry Positions
Children, Youth and Families Minister - True Vine Anglican Church, Monongahela, PA - True Vine Anglican Church is seeking a part-time (12-14 hours/week) children, youth and families minister. This person will organize and provide age appropriate catechesis for our current population of children (ages 1-10) and their families, as well as plan and implement outreach to children, youth and families in the community (to include True Vine’s first Vacation Bible School in the summer of 2019.) Candidates may be lay or ordained. Seminarians and the spouses of seminarians are especially encouraged to apply. We are looking, ideally, for an initial 2-3 year commitment. The full job description can be found here. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Fr. Bill Lytle.
Student Ministry Assistant for Middle School, St. Stephen's Church, Sewickley, PA - The Student Ministry Assistant for Middle School has responsibility for all
outreach and discipleship programming for kids in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades,
while also playing a key role in the overall youth ministry strategy, goals and
operations. The Assistant has responsibility for all administrative duties related to
the Middle School Ministry and shares responsibility for the Student Ministry staff.
This position is part of the Student Ministry Team and reports to the Director of
Student Ministry. Read the full job description. Interested candidates should contact Rev. Bill Henry via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Children's Ministry, St. Stephen's Church, Sewickley, PA - This position is responsible for all volunteer/paid Children’s leaders working with the infant – 5th grade age group; currently there are 70 volunteers and 2 paid staff. There are 200 children from newborn through 5th grade in our program, with an average of Sunday attendance of 120 between the two principal services (9 &11 AM). Read the full job description. Interested candidates should contact Rev. Bill Henry via email at email@example.com
Communications Assistant – Print Production and Social Media Coordination - Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge PA, is seeking to hire a FT Communications Assistant emphasizing Print Production and Social Media Coordination. Responsibilities include: ensuring timely and quality production of printed materials; supporting departments by developing copy for new communication materials; copywriting for printed materials and coordinating submission of written materials; editing and proofreading publications; negotiating bids for outsourced materials; sharing in-house printing/cutting/binding duties; sharing development of Social Media and E-mail Marketing Plan; creating ads and weekly postings for Social Media platforms; reporting monthly analytics to Director; creating and sending E-zine; communicating with other departments for expanded Social Media presence; providing copy for Website; providing photography support when needed; designing basic flyers; managing vendor relationships; attending and contributing to weekly production meetings. Skills and Abilities: excellent writing/editing and organizational skills; ability to manage several large projects in tandem; experience in Mail Chimp preferred; working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite; ability to take photos for Social Media platforms; ability to adapt to changing needs of the department. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience; 2-3 years’ experience in a communications field; portfolio of written work. Personal Qualifications: Commitment to our Lord Jesus Christ; self-managing; good work ethic. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by submitting a cover letter, résumé and three letters of recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28, 2018. Read Job Description.
Nursery Worker, Christ the Redeemer, Canonsburg, PA - The Anglican Parish of Christ the Redeemer in Canonsburg is seeking a nursery worker for Sunday mornings. The candidate would work with a church volunteer to staff a well-equipped nursery room. The pay is $50 per Sunday from 9am -12pm. Candidates must hold PA state child abuse clearances. Interested applicants can send an email message to email@example.com or call the church at 724.745.0685, 9am to 1pm Monday-Thursday.
Musician for Sunday Worship, Christ the Redeemer, Canonsburg, PA - The Anglican Parish of Christ the Redeemer in Canonsburg is seeking a musician for Sunday Worship. The Worship Team consists of three to eight singers and rehearses on Sunday morning. It is led by the Worship Pastor and organist/pianist. Music reading skills and ability to sing harmony is desirable. The worship is a blend of hymns, worship songs, and some anthems. A small stipend each week to cover mileage/travel cost will be offered. Call Pastor David Wilson @ 724-664-5969 if interested.
Children's Minister, Church of the Redeemer, Nashville, TN - The position is full-time. All interested may communicate with the Rector, Thomas McKenzie, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ordained Clergy Positions
Part-time Rector, Grace Anglican Church, Mt. Washington, Pittsburgh, PA - Grace Anglican is looking for a part-time rector who shares its love of the Anglo- Catholic liturgy and the cycles of Anglican life, and is enthusiastic about leading the
church into a fuller understanding of our responsibility as stewards of the treasury
passed down to us from the Apostles. We seek someone who takes seriously the
spiritual life as exemplified in the principle lex orandi lex credendi. Read more details about the congregation in their parish profile. Interested candidates should contact Bishop Jim Hobby.
Part-time Curate, St. Thomas Anglican Church, Gibsonia, PA - Seeking a Curate for a part-time position with the ministry focus of direct work with youth, youth leaders/teachers and families with young children. This Curate must be gifted and called to youth ministry, love young people, and have a passion for evangelism and outreach, both personally and at the ministry level. The right candidate will exhibit a personal and growing relationship with God, a teachable spirit, and a healthy family life. A bachelor’s degree in a related field (masters preferred), experience in youth ministry and basic administrative skills is required. The new Curate will have an opportunity to build a long-term vision for St. Thomas youth ministry. Only engaging teachers, with a strong biblical and theological background, and experience leading worship should apply by emailing a resume to StThomas@consolidated.net. View full job description.