Children's Ministry Coordinator -- Salem First Presbyterian Church, Salem, OR

Salem First Presbyterian Church is seeking a part-time Children's Ministry Coordinator!

In a sentence: The SFPC Children's Ministry Coordinator will help create an amazing environment for kids during our Sunday morning worship services! We're looking for someone to provide leadership for Children's Ministry. The position will be responsible for the development and implementation of all programs, activities and educational aspects related to children's ministry at Salem First.


  1. Growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ evidenced by action, attitude, and behavior  
  2. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills 
  3. A sincere love and concern for children 
  4. Experience in early education and or Christian education 
  5. Ability to establish and maintain relationships of respect, trust and cooperation with supervisor, parents and children 
  6. Collaborate with supervisor to develop and implement the vision of children's ministries at SFPC
  7. Develop and maintain an active Sunday School program: 
    1. Supervise and develop all Children's Ministry staff and volunteer teachers  
    2. Purchase and organize curriculum, supplies for classroom, nursery, other potential activities
    3. Maintain resource room, classrooms, nursery, bulletin boards 
    4. Implement effective check-in/check-out system for Sunday School 
    5. Correspond with children and parents, as needed  
    6. Prepare refreshments for children's classes, as needed 
    7. Record attendance for Sunday School classes 
    8. Record Sunday School offerings & report to Financial Office 
  8. Provide strategic leadership and planning initiatives to Children's Ministry to implement year round children's programming
  9. Be responsible for Children's Ministries budget 
  10. Implement all discipline, safety and security processes for Children's Ministries in cooperation with Session and its policies 
  11. Complete a background check and become Infant/Child CPR certified  
To apply please send a resume and cover letter to We anticipate this position starting no later than November 15th.


Director of Youth Ministries -- Salem First Presbyterian Church, Salem, OR

Salem First Presbyterian Church is seeking a part-time Director of Youth Ministries! The Director of will understand and embrace the mission of Salem First Presbyterian Church and be responsible for the development and implementation of all programs, activities and educational aspects related to youth programming at SFPC. Specifically, the Director of Student Ministries is responsible for REACH Programming (6th -12th grade), and other programming geared toward middle and high school students.


  1. Collaborate with supervisor to develop and implement vision for all student ministries at SFPC  
  2. Collaborate with supervisor on the recruitment and training development of all SM volunteers 
  3. Provide strategic leadership and planning initiatives for Middle and High School Ministries
  4. Implement age appropriate activities for students that promote community through fellowship, fun, spiritual direction and faith development 
  5. Be present on local middle and high school campuses, developing relationships with students and encouraging church students in their life and witness on campus
  6. Collaborate with supervisor to establish annual budget
  7. Promote Christian mission and service through age appropriate service projects & mission activities
  8. Actively participate in the worship community of SFPC 
  9. Keep the congregation informed of student events by coordinating the publicity for student activities through congregational media and communication resources 
  10. Encourage young people to participate in all facets of the life and ministry of SFPC 
  11. Collaborate with supervisor in development and oversight of confirmation curriculum preparing students for church membership 
  12. Develop and implement all safety & security processes for SM in cooperation with Session and its policies 
  13. Attend SFPC staff meetings twice a month, monthly Student Ministries meetings 
  14. Coordinate student activities with other ministries of the congregation in cooperation with the SFPC staff 
  15. Provide the office staff a schedule of all student activities
  16. Meet weekly with supervisor 
  17. Other duties as assigned 


  1. Growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ evidenced by action, attitude, and behavior 
  2. Passion for ministry to students and young adults and seeing them grow in the faith 
  3. Ability and willingness to enthusiastically support the mission and values of SFPC 
  4. Proven leadership skills utilizing a cooperative, collaborative team leadership style
  5. Possess a sense of humor and energetic personality 
  6. Possess an attitude of flexibility and adaptability in the face of changing moods, plans and directions common to working with students and parents 
  7. Able to identify and foster leadership in adults with students 
  8. Proficient computer skills & and applicable technologies  
  9. Excellent interpersonal communication skills, including: listening, problem solving, and capacity to demonstrate good judgment, courtesy, confidentiality and tact with others 
  10. Effective organization, time & stress management skills 


  • Work involves sitting, standing, walking, bending, and light lifting with other limited physical activity. Occasional heavy lifting (50 lbs) may also be required. 
  • Working conditions are generally favorable, however, work may be performed in both indoor and/or outdoor environment: subject to cold in winter, hot in summer.
  • In general, position can be stressful due to volume of work, deadlines, and/or dealing with others on the job. Other pressures and stress of position range from dealing with potential crisis situations and safety concerns. 
To apply please send a resume and cover letter to We anticipate this position starting no later than November 15th.


Hospitality Director -- The Bishop's Ranch (Diocese of California)

The Bishop’s Ranch in Healdsburg, California is a self-supporting institution of the Episcopal Diocese of California whose mission is to provide hospitality for retreats, conferences and other gatherings to the people of the Diocese of California, other churches, and non-profit, public benefit groups. Our goal is to provide these services in a personal, relaxed but efficient way that enables guests to reach their goals for spiritual, personal, and organizational growth.

We are currently looking for qualified candidates for the newly-created position of Hospitality Director. This person is responsible for all aspects of Ranch hospitality. In the fulfillment of the Ranch mission, the Hospitality Director is concerned with the guest and group experience, emphasizing the leadership, maintenance and development of the staff department teams. This includes hosting and frequent contact with guests.

The Hospitality Director is a residential position. Essential Responsibilities include:

  1. Leading, training and developing a culture of guest services among each staff department, including supervising the Managers of each department: Guest Services, Kitchen, Housekeeping, Facilities & Land, and Camp Programs. 
  2. Overseeing the guest experience to develop and maintain quality of service standards and consistency.
  3. Serve as primary host and schedule hosting team on rotating basis.
  4. Foster teamwork and accountability within department teams and across all departments for the fulfillment of the Ranch’s mission. 
  5. In collaboration with the Human Resources Consultant, oversee personnel policies, procedures and records.
  6. Oversee maintenance of necessary administrative records and calendars.
  7. Collaborate with Exec. Director and others on pricing, budget development, and oversight.
  8. In collaboration with Advancement and Communications Director work to strengthen our volunteer program. 
  9. Assist Executive Director in long-range planning and implementation of Ranch mission 


We’re looking for a “people person” with:

  • Three to five years management experience 
  • Good verbal and written communication skills critical  
  • Experience and/or education in organizational development or team building helpful  
  • Familiarity with the Episcopal Church polity, ethos, and liturgy helpful
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office required
  • Ability to communicate easily with Spanish speaking staff and guests desirable 
  • Able to move freely about a 360 acre property  
  • Able to move chairs and tables and perform other physical tasks to help set up meeting rooms 
  • Familiarity with Filemaker Pro helpful 

Working at The Bishop’s Ranch is service-oriented and doing our jobs successfully is based on teamwork. Because of the wide-ranging nature of the tasks involved in caring for our guests and facilities, it may be necessary to perform tasks outside those listed in the job description. The flexibility to help in any situation in order to support the overall goals of the Ranch and provide support for Ranch guests and co-workers is a requirement for working at The Bishop’s Ranch.

Interested candidates should send their resume, cover letter and salary requirement to Sean Swift, Executive Director, at


Maintenance Specialist -- Camp Stevens, Julian, CA (Dioceses of Los Angeles & San Diego)

Camp Stevens is a 256-acre summer camp, outdoor education facility, and retreat center in the mountains of San Diego whose mission is to inspire, challenge, and empower personal, social, and environmental transformation. Rooted in the Episcopal Church and the natural world, Camp Stevens’s core values are Openness, Gratitude, Connection and Wonder.

We are seeking a year-round Maintenance Specialist. This position reports to the Maintenance Director to collaborate and support in the oversight, coordination, supervision, scheduling, and evaluation of all projects related to the maintenance of the camp facilities, grounds, forests, water, electrical, septic and road ways. The Maintenance Specialist will also support the training of all staff in the proper use of tools as well as training staff in repetitive tasks so that they can be performed on their own after training, and will lead seasonal staff in project planning and execution. All Camp Stevens staff support camp operation, i.e. food service, program and covering for other staff.

Job qualifications: Maintenance generalist experience sufficient to learn the site-specific needs of Camp Stevens, as listed above. Willingness to participate in the Camp Stevens staff and community, and openness to learning new skills.

Salary is subject to Diocesan policy and annual review. Housing, utilities, food and hospital/medical insurance are provided. Send cover letter and resume to Sierra Schneider.


Executive Director -- Episcopal Service Corps

This is an executive position in non-profit administration and does not require ordination–lay and ordained candidates may apply.

JOB TITLE: Executive Director
REPORTS TO: Board of Directors
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Bookkeeper, Consultants

Location: Not defined, dependent on current candidate location
Travel: ~15% travel is required

JOB SUMMARY The Executive Director has primary responsibility to lead the Episcopal Service Corps in the areas of program development, corps member recruitment, communications and network development, financial sustainability, and administration. The Executive Director serves as ex officio board member with primary responsibility to implement the vision of the Board.


Program Development

  • Mentor and support program directors in developing and sustaining local programs 
  • Facilitate network of program directors for resource sharing and development of best practices 
  • Recruit and support new ESC programs 
  • Coordinate national gatherings for Program Directors Corps 

Member Recruitment

  • Coordinate digital and in-person national recruitment activities with support of Recruitment Committee, Board and Program Directors 
  • Plan and establish ESC presence at various events and institutions (Church-wide conferences, campus ministries, colleges and universities, diocesan events, eceumenical gatherings, etc.) 
  • Coordinate with other faith-based volunteer programs to enhance recruitment activities and build best practices 

Communications & Network Development

  • Broadly communicate the ESC story with constituents and potential partners by working with the Board to develop and implement internal and external communications strategies via digital and print media 
  • Maintain and enhance ESC’s online presence through website and social media 
  • Develop network of external stakeholders and partners 

Financial Sustainability

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with funders, church bodies, parishes, and individual donors 
  • Work with Board to develop and implement Development plan 
  • Work with Development Committee to write grants to existing and new funders 


  • Work with the Board to monitor and evaluate individual ESC programs to support them in meeting ESC program expectations 
  • Maintain a database of all ESC programs, corps members, alumni, and other constituents 
  • Work with the Treasurer and Board to develop and oversee annual budget 
  • Ensure ESC accounting meets nonprofit best practices in execution and oversight 
  • Other duties as assigned. 


  • Required: 
    • 3-5 years non-profit leadership experience 
    • Self motivated and able to work independently 
    • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office, donor database software, social media, etc.) 
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships and work in a team environment, as well as a demonstrated ability to work with a diverse group of professionals 
    • Comfort operating at both the strategic level required for planning and the detailed level required for implementation 
    • Strong communication skills, written and oral 
    • High organization skills in managing multiple projects simultaneously 
    • Knowledge and familiarity with the Episcopal Church 
  • Preferred: 
    • Episcopalian 
    • Strong familiarity with Episcopal Service Corps and yearlong service programs 
This is a full time position with competitive salary and generous benefits. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume via email: Please, no phone calls. Episcopal Service Corps is an equal opportunity employer