Site Manager -- Camp Marshall, Polson, MT (Diocese of Montana)

Camp Marshall is a year-round camp and retreat center facility located on beautiful Flathead Lake in Polson, Montana. Set on 27 acres and owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Montana, Camp Marshall has been serving rental groups and camp children across Montana and beyond since 1947. For more information see our website:

Job Summary: The Site Manager is responsible for the facility, grounds and physical operations of Camp Marshall which includes: maintaining building & structures; licensing & maintaining camp watercraft; maintaining camp equipment, tools & vehicle(s); monitoring & documenting performance of wells, pumps, and septic systems; facilitating garbage collection and recyclables; patrolling the camp; maintaining an up-to-date emergency management plan; development and maintaining an up-to-date long-range facilities plan in consultation with the Interim Executive Director.


  • Salary: $24,400 per year.
  • Housing with utilities included.
  • Pension.
  • Health insurance.
  • $50.00 per month cell phone allocation.

Sales Manager -- Canterbury Retreat & Conference Center, Oviedo, FL (Diocese of Central Florida)

The Sales Manager is responsible for soliciting and booking group business. Works closely with Reservations/Front Office Manager to develop strategies to ensure maximum revenue is achieved. Job Qualifications: Have a good business sense with a high level of commercial awareness and be able to understand links between sales and profit and have excellent sales and negotiation skills. EDUCATION: 3-year degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Hotel and Restaurant Management, or MBA preferred. EXPERIENCE: 4 to 5 years of experience in the sales and marketing or related professional area. Send application, resume, references, questions to:


Housekeeping Director -- Claggett Center, Adamstown, MD (Diocese of Maryland)

Housekeeping Director - Full Time
The Claggett Center - Adamstown, MD
(15 minute drive from downtown Frederick)

Job Summary

The Housekeeping Director shall further the mission of the Claggett Center through the leadership and execution of cleaning, conditioning, and preparing the property for guest use.

What will I be doing?

  • Ensure and maintain cleanliness, service, and product quality standards of guest rooms, public spaces, restrooms, offices and banquet/meeting/conference rooms in accordance with federal, local and company health, sanitation and safety standards.
  • Lead, direct and administer all Housekeeping operations to include, but not limited to, of systems use and management, budgeting and forecasting, inventory control, department management, policy and procedure implementation and enforcement, and meeting participation and facilitation.
  • Recruit, interview and train team members.
  • Monitor and develop team member performance to include, but not limited to, providing supervision and professional development, scheduling, and conducting evaluations.
  • Clean guest rooms, including, but not limited to, making beds, cleaning bathrooms, dusting and vacuuming.

What are we looking for?

Since being founded in 1952, the Claggett Center has been a vital, life giving center for mission and ministry in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and beyond. Today, Claggett continues to be a place set apart, providing space for spiritual renewal, growth, and learning through ministries of hospitality and programming. These continued experiences are a result of our staff staying true to our Vision, Mission, and Values. Specifically, we look for the demonstration of these Values:

  • Sacred Space: Claggett is a “spiritual oasis” where guests escape from the distractions of daily life, where they are spiritually nourished and refreshed in God’s presence.
  • Open to All: Claggett offers an environment where all of God’s children feel welcome and honored. Claggett strives to remain physically and financially accessible to all.
  • Stewardship of God’s Creation: Claggett is a responsible steward of all of God’s gifts in order to benefit this generation and the next.
  • Safety – Emotional, Physical and Spiritual: Claggett is a place of physical, emotional and spiritual safety, where guests and staff feel secure and challenged to “explore new territory.”
  • Faithful to the Gospel of Christ: Claggett provides Christian hospitality to all guests and is a center for lifelong Christian formation that encourages Christian discipleship by providing programs and opportunities for leadership development for all ages.

In addition, we look for the demonstration of the following key attributes:

  • Guest-Focused
  • Quality Work
  • Productivity
  • Dependability
  • Adaptability
  • Three or more years of Hotel Housekeeping Management experience with a similar size property is required.
  • Bilingual Spanish is strongly preferred.

What will it be like to work at Claggett?

The Claggett Center is an organization with guest accommodations ranging from hotel style rooms, cottages, historic farmhouses and a four story school house, all set on 200 acres of farmland along the Monocacy River. Claggett has been serving guests, campers, and groups for over 70 years providing a setting and experience that is truly authentic. Our vision, to be a vital (life giving) center for mission and ministry in the Diocese of Maryland and beyond, unites us as a team to create exceptional hospitality experiences through the combination of our beautiful setting and Christian hospitality. Our amazing staff are at the heart of it all.

Salary & Benefits

Position provides a competitive salary commensurate with experience. This full-time, permanent position includes the following fringe benefits: defined contribution retirement program with employer matching; health and dental coverage, including flexible spending account; paid vacation, personal days, sick leave, and holidays.

How to Apply

Email a Cover Letter, Resume, and 3 Professional References to


Executive Director -- The Center at Cathedral Ridge, Woodland Park, CO (The Episcopal Church in Colorado)

The Episcopal Church in Colorado seeks an Executive Director for The Center at Cathedral Ridge, a non-profit conference and retreat center thirty miles west of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Made up of 160 acres of beautiful woodland, meadows, and streams, and surrounded by the pristine Pike National Forest, the Center at Cathedral Ridge was purchased by The Episcopal Church in Colorado in 2010. We seek an accomplished leader to oversee and strengthen the operational infrastructure in ways that will enable Cathedral Ridge to grow into its potential and realize its mission of transforming lives through relationship with God among people from all over the diocese, The Episcopal Church, and the world. The Executive Director is the strategic and operational leader of Cathedral Ridge, responsible for effectively managing Cathedral Ridge’s human, financial, and resources and developing revenue-generating community partners. The qualified applicant will be a graceful change agent with an even temperament, comfortable working at both the strategic and operational levels, and able to demonstrate their experience, qualifications, and passion. The Episcopal Church in Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This is a full-time exempt position with salary ($70,000), medical, dental, and retirement benefits, as well as housing.

Read the complete job description and review the application instructions here.


Executive Director -- Episcopal Camps & Conference Centers (Remote) 

Episcopal Camps & Conference Centers (ECCC) is seeking its next Executive Director. 

Working in tandem with an eight-member Board of Directors, a geographically diverse and enthusiastic membership community, and committed church leadership, this role will build on the successful work of previous staff and lead the organization to even greater visibility, impact and sustainability.

To reach its aspirations, ECCC seeks a leader who is authentically excited about its mission and who can recognize and fully realize the spectrum of immediate and long-term opportunities for camp and conference ministry. The Executive Director will bring the presence, gravitas, and charisma required to represent the organization in a manner that compels financial and philanthropic support, a desire to explore and forge new partnerships, and established credibility as a leader and ministry advocate.

Read the complete job description here.