Lay Staff Openings

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St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church is Seeking a Temporary Parish Administrator

Saint Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church Stone Mountain (“SMAA”) is seeking suitable candidates for the position of Parish Administrator from August 9th to November 8th, 2021.

 

Summary
The Parish Administrator works in conjunction with the clergy to effectively coordinate and manage the administrative affairs of the parish. The successful candidate will work in association with the Bookkeeper and Custodian to attain the objectives set by the Rector and vestry of the parish.

 

Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
– Hospitality: establishing and maintaining a welcoming and joyful atmosphere in the office for all visitors.
– Administration: serving as the first point of contact for administrative tasks that are assigned to the parish office.
– Communication: facilitating the transmission of phone, email, and in-person correspondence and messages to the relevant individuals/groups. Preparing weekly E-blast and other virtual notifications that are shared with the congregation.
– Worship: preparing weekly bulletin and disseminating all liturgical material for worship.
– Church events: coordinating requests and scheduling special events that are held on the church premises.

 

Requirements:
– Knowledge of Google Docs, Microsoft Office Suite
– Prior experience of Realm church management software and working in churches or not-for-profit organizations would be an asset.

 

To Apply
Please submit your cover letter, resume, and any other supporting documents by July 29th, 2021 to rector@stmichaelstonemountain.org & admin@stmichaelstonemountain.org.

St. Matthews Episcopal Church is Seeking a Long Term Supply Organist

Job Description:
We are looking for a long-term supply organist. The job would begin on August 1, 2021.

 

To Apply
The application deadline is July 15, 2021. Please reach out to Becky Olbon at beckyolbon@yahoo.com for more information.

The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany is Seeking a Director of Children's Ministry

Job Description:
Epiphany is committed to including children in the worship life of the whole church. We also value providing children with age-specific spaces to learn the stories of the Christian faith, reflect upon the action of God in their lives, and experience the love of Christ in community.

 

The Director of Children’s Ministry at Epiphany organizes developmentally appropriate formational offerings and environments for our church’s youngest members. The Director of Children’s Ministry leads and administers several teams of volunteers who accompany newborns through children finishing 6th grade in their spiritual journeying. While the majority of this work happens on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, the director also actively participates in the life of the parish throughout the week by engaging with families, volunteers, and church staff on a regular basis. This position reports directly to the Associate Priest for Family Ministry.

 

Basic responsibilities:
– Oversee, organize, and grow the Children’s Ministry of the parish (for infants through 6th graders) through shared leadership and collaboration with staff and volunteers.
– Support the ministry of the whole parish, and the integration of young people into parish life as full members of the church.
– Develop effective Sunday School leaders and curricula for grades pre-K through 5th grade.
– Develop an effective Children’s Chapel program and leaders.
– Coordinate the Nursery and supervise nursery staff (primarily on Sundays).
– Collaborate with a leadership team for Children’s Ministry to periodically assess the church’s ministry to children, discern next steps, and provide ongoing accountability and connection with the parish.
– Form pastoral connections with children and their families, (and coordinate with Youth Ministry and Adult Education for family support).
– Organize and help to lead special activities during significant times in the church year (August backpack blessing, Advent wreath making, January Christmas pageant, One week-long Summer Vacation Bible School, etc).
– Identify, recruit, train and support leaders and volunteers, ensuring all persons serving in Children’s Ministry complete the diocesan required “Safeguarding God’s Children” training (for the prevention of abuse and sexual misconduct in the church).
– Prepare and manage the approved Children’s ministry program budget.
– Attend worship on Sundays and Holy Days, attend Staff meetings, and maintain regular hours on site.

 

Qualifications:
– A Christian committed to Jesus Christ, and to the church as the Body of Christ.
– A passionate desire to help children discover the love of God and grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.
– Demonstrated skills and experience as a creative and effective teacher of young children, including skills in using various modes of learning.
– A demonstrated ability to recruit, train and support volunteers.
– A demonstrated ability to abide with conflict.
– A Certified Godly Play teacher or a willingness to become one.
– An understanding of and respect for the Anglican / Episcopal tradition and a commitment to incorporating this tradition into the children’s ministry.
– A good listener and demonstrated the ability to work graciously with people of various backgrounds and views. Completion of all required training: Safeguarding God’s Children, Safeguarding God’s People, Trans/gender Inclusion, and Dismantling Racism.
– Demonstrated good judgment in boundaries (personal and professional) and in the wise and responsible use of technology and social media.

 

Education and experience:
– An Undergraduate Degree, additional training in Religious Education, Christian Education, Education, Theology, or Pastoral Care is a plus.
– At least two years’ experience in children’s or youth ministry.

 

Background Check:
Employment is contingent on a successful completion of a criminal background check.
Three references are required, including at least one personal and one professional reference.

 

Compensation and benefits:
This position is part-time, 10 hours per week. and it does not include insurance or benefits.

 

To Apply
Please send a resume and a cover letter describing your qualifications by July 20, 2021 to:
Amy Dills-Moore, Priest-in-Charge
adillsmoore@epiphany.org
Nicole Lambelet, Associate Priest for Family Ministry and Outreach
nlambelet@epiphany.org

The Episcopal Church of the Ascension is Seeking an Organist and Choirmaster

Summary
The Episcopal Church of the Ascension in downtown historic Cartersville, GA is seeking an Organist/Choirmaster. This position works for 30 hours per week and includes two Sunday services, weekly staff meetings, planning, practice, and rehearsals with adult and children’s choirs. This position also requires leadership skills including collaborative planning.

 

Compensation
The salary range for the Organist/Choirmaster is $29,000 – $31,000 plus benefits.

 

To Apply
Please contact or send your resume to Rick McKee at coachoirsearch@comcast.net by July 22, 2021.

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is Seeking a Part-time Campus Missioner for Kennesaw State University

Summary
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is seeking a part-time Campus Missioner to oversee programming at Kennesaw State University. In partnership with the Bishop, the Campus Missioner is sent on behalf of the Diocese of Atlanta to Engage, Equip, and Inspire Christian and Spiritual maturity in students, faculty, and staff of University and College campuses with the Good News of Jesus Christ. The Campus Missioner will report directly to the Diocesan Campus Missioner.

 

Responsibilities
– The Missioner will keep regular hours on 2 days suitable for students.
– The Missioner will coordinate with the students to have weekly worship, communal service, and fellowship.
– The Missioner will work to develop the ministry by fostering hospitality and building community; developing and coordinating service and advocacy programming; and providing opportunities for faith exploration.
– The Missioner will work in collaboration with student leaders and the Diocesan Campus Missioner to accomplish the purpose statement (top of page).
– The Missioner will have a heart for Christian ecumenism and the ability to work collaboratively with students from other faiths and denominations.
– The Missioner will create and coordinate outreach opportunities for the student, faculty, and staff community on the University Campus.
– The Missioner will foster young adult faith development and aid students in exploring their faith through themed dinners, book groups, Bible Studies, hosting speakers, and having retreats.
– The Missioner will create a safe space for students to discuss faith matters.
– The Missioner will have a commitment to social justice and a desire to put faith into action.
– The Missioner will also foster leadership development of the student leadership board while providing vision, mentoring, resources, and theological grounding to students.
– The Missioner will carry out other duties as assigned by the Bishop or Diocesan Campus Missioner.

 

Contact
Submit your Cover Letter and Resume with 2 professional references as a single document to https://bit.ly/3v2BQHF by July 18 at 5pm ET. The confidentiality of all applicants is a top priority of the Search Committee throughout the entire process.

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is Seeking a Part-time Campus Missioner for Georgia College and State University

Summary
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is seeking a part-time Campus Missioner to oversee programming at Georgia College and State University. In partnership with the Bishop, the Campus Missioner is sent on behalf of the Diocese of Atlanta to Engage, Equip, and Inspire Christian and Spiritual maturity in students, faculty, and staff of University and College campuses with the Good News of Jesus Christ. The Campus Missioner will report directly to the Diocesan Campus Missioner.

 

Responsibilities
– The Missioner will keep regular hours on 2 days suitable for students.
– The Missioner will coordinate with the students to have weekly worship, communal service, and fellowship.
– The Missioner will work to develop the ministry by fostering hospitality and building community; developing and coordinating service and advocacy programming; and providing opportunities for faith exploration.
– The Missioner will work in collaboration with student leaders and the Diocesan Campus Missioner to accomplish the purpose statement (top of page).
– The Missioner will have a heart for Christian ecumenism and the ability to work collaboratively with students from other faiths and denominations.
– The Missioner will create and coordinate outreach opportunities for the student, faculty, and staff community on the University Campus.
– The Missioner will foster young adult faith development and aid students in exploring their faith through themed dinners, book groups, Bible Studies, hosting speakers, and having retreats.
– The Missioner will create a safe space for students to discuss faith matters.
– The Missioner will have a commitment to social justice and a desire to put faith into action.
– The Missioner will also foster leadership development of the student leadership board while providing vision, mentoring, resources, and theological grounding to students.
– The Missioner will carry out other duties as assigned by the Bishop or Diocesan Campus Missioner.

 

Contact
Submit your Cover Letter and Resume with 2 professional references as a single document to https://bit.ly/3v2BQHF by July 18 at 5pm ET. The confidentiality of all applicants is a top priority of the Search Committee throughout the entire process.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church Newnan is Searching for a Parish Administrator

Summary
The Parish Administrator works closely with the clergy to manage the business of the parish including the areas of human resources, facility management, finance, and communication. This person will collaborate with the Bookkeeper, Custodian, and other parish staff. This individual will seek to provide a safe environment, to run an efficient and economical parish, and to facilitate organizational communication.

 

Responsibilities
The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of this job include, but are not limited to:
– Administration: serves as manager of the church structures and systems and serves as the primary contact for diocesan staff
– Communications: develops, maintains, and facilitate key parish communication tools and systems, including weekly service materials
– Facility Management: directs office-related vendors in order to ensure support services operate effectively and consistently
– Finance: performs financial support functions to help facilitate the accurate funding of church responsibilities
– Human Resources: support the clergy to onboard and continuously assist staff to acclimate themselves in performing their perspective job functions
– Ministry and Vestry Support: helps to cultivate and empower volunteer support for the church infrastructure and ministries

 

Requirements
– Bachelor or Associate degree in a related field of business administration, organization development, and management with two years of relevant experience
– Or 5-10 years of experience working in a church administration

 

Contact
Please submit your cover letter, resume, and any other supporting documents to revhazel@stpaulsnewnan.org or nredwards0@gmail.com.
Application deadline: July 9, 2021

St. David's Episcopal Church is Searching for a Director of Youth Ministries

Organization Overview
Saint David’s Episcopal Church is a thriving parish of over 600 families and over 1900 baptized members located in Roswell, Georgia, approximately 20 miles north of downtown Atlanta. As a large, regional church, St. David’s draws constituents from through the north Metro Atlanta area.

 

Summary
The Director of Youth Ministries, in concert with the parish leadership, will establish and implement a vision for the Youth Programs (Middle and High School) consistent with the vision of the parish. These ministries fit as a part of the comprehensive ministry designed to minister to the needs of families with school-aged children, and over opportunities for evangelism and growth among families in our surrounding area.

 

Essential Functions
The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of this job include, but are not limited to:
– Manage relationships among youth (grades 6-12) in the parish.
– Evaluate, develop, implement, and coordinate youth programs, including Christian education, retreats, and special events.
– Participate in the community of practice of diocesan youth directors to network, develop best practices, share success stories and solutions.
– Develop opportunities for youth empowerment in the parish and community.
– Keep informed on current methods and materials related to youth programs at the diocesan and community levels (Roswell and Metro Atlanta).
– Coordinate opportunities for youth outreach. Encourage and enable youth participation in parish, diocesan, provincial, and denominational youth ministry programs, and in their local communities.
– Recruit, evaluate, train, and support adult youth leaders from among St. David’s parishioners.
– Prepare timely notification of youth programs for parish, establishing regular communications patterns across multiple platforms.
– Assist with pastoral care of youth with parents and clergy.
– Prepare, submit, and manage reports and program budgets.
– Plan and attend continuing education as approved by the rector and vestry.
– Attend weekly staff meetings, staff retreats, annual parish meeting, and diocesan meetings, as required.
– Keep Safeguarding God’s Children records up to date for the parish and arrange diocesan training as needed.

 

Education/Certification
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

 

Experience
The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of experience in an Episcopal Church setting. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in ministry settings containing multiple school zones and/or systems.

 

Skills:
– Strong oral and written (multigenerational/multi-level) communications skills
– Ability to work effectively as a team leader, team member, or independently
– Flexible
– Organized and able to multitask
– Short and long-term planning and project management
– Stamina for long days/nights for mission trips
– Camp Mikell, etc. Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply
– Must be capable of demonstrating Christ’s love to all people and to model Christian values at all times

 

Physical Requirements:
Must be able to drive a car/van regionally.

 

Compensation and Additional Information
Compensation is commensurate with education and experience. Background checks are required. Compliance with Diocesan policies for universal abuse risk management training and anti-racism training required before employment and must be maintained throughout the duration of one’s employment.

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Family@stdavidchurh.org
Application deadline: July 1, 2021

St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church is Searching for a Director of Youth Ministries

St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church is currently seeking a joy-filled, Jesus-following, transparent, committed, and curious Youth Ministry Director. This part-time salaried position will be a challenging and rewarding opportunity to re-establish the youth ministry program, with the guidance of the Revisioning Commission that commenced work with Ministry Architects’ consultants in January 2020 and has created stated mission, values, and goals of the children and youth ministries. Covid-19 has also introduced a further shift, and so the youth ministry director will be highly adaptive, creative, and flexible. See stmartins.org/open-positions for details.

 

The deadline to apply is June 5, 2021

 

 

St. Edward's Episcopal Church is Searching for a Parish Administrator

St. Edward’s Episcopal Church is hiring a Parish Administrator. The Parish Administrator supports and provides coordination for the office serving as the direct assistant to the rector or priest in charge. The position’s schedule is Monday thru Thursday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with one hour for lunch. The position has a starting wage of $18.00 per hour. The position requires commitment and knowledge of the church ministry, strong organizational skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office, the internet, and social network communications. The Parish Administrator will also be expected to apply the previously mentioned skills in a flexible and sensitive manner. As a diverse parish, the Parish Administrator should be open and welcoming to all members and visitors of the church.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
– Joyfully and patiently provide a welcoming atmosphere to all who enter or contact the parish office; Greet all visitors to the church.
– Manage phone, email, and written correspondence.
– Order office supplies.
– Manage database (ACS) collections, data input, organization – including sign-ups, transfers, registering baptisms, etc.
– Prepare and send weekly e-blast newsletter and worship service bulletins.
– Supervise and coordinate all parish mailings.
– Ability to train and coordinate office volunteers.
– Attend staff meetings.
– Coordinate requests and scheduling for use of the church buildings.

 

Qualifications
– Knowledge of Google Docs, Microsoft Office Suite, and ACS.
– Prior experience working in churches or not-for-profit organizations.
– Bilingual; Spanish fluency is preferred but not required.
– The job information in the posting is not-all inclusive. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned and are subject to change based upon the church’s needs.

 

To Apply
Kindly send 1) a cover letter expressing your interest in the position, 2) a copy of your resume, and 3) the name and contact information of three professional references to Ms. Klade Harmon at kladeharmon@gmail.com. Initial interviews will be conducted via Zoom. If you are selected, a pre-employment background check is required.

 

 

 

Youth Missioner for The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta

Summary
The Youth Missioner will proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ by creating and convening opportunities in collaboration with the Youth Workers of the Diocese for the increase of Christian maturity. The Youth Missioner will resource and equip Youth Workers and congregations in the fulfillment of the Diocesan Purpose Statement.

 

“We challenge ourselves and the world to love like Jesus as we worship joyfully, serve compassionately and grow spiritually.”

 

The Youth Missioner is responsible for leading all Diocesan Youth Ministry programming including all events, communications and digital evangelism, service work, and as both a resource and convener for congregational youth programs and Youth Workers.
– The Youth Missioner is a full-time position.
– The Youth Missioner reports directly to The Bishop Diocesan.

 

Responsibilities
The Missioner will meet these responsibilities on a daily, monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.

 

Youth Events Coordinated by the Youth Missioner:
– 7 Youth Retreats, Regional Youth Events, Youth Presence @ Annual Council, atlSERVE (local service week), Diocesan Tubing Trip, Graduation Celebration, and Denominational Youth Events.
– Coordination includes making sure leadership is well-prepared and have written plans and event folders, that registration includes parent communication, parent signatures, and communication with sponsoring churches, and that all Safe Church policies are followed.

 

Leading Others:
The Youth Missioner is responsible for serving as the overseer for the Diocesan Youth Commission, the Happening Steering Committee, and the New Beginnings Steering Committee.

 

This may include the following:
– Plan and attend Diocesan Youth Commission meetings
– Attend Happening and New Beginnings Steering Committee meetings
– Meet with lay/clergy leadership that facilitates the weekends

 

Digital Media:
The Youth Missioner is responsible for designing and releasing multiple pieces of digital media that are a part of eycdioatl, the Episcopal Youth Community of the Diocese of Atlanta.

 

This may include the following:
– Daily posts, strategy and interaction on all eycdioatl social media channels including Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube
– Write and send the monthly eycdioatl e-newsletter
– Maintain and innovate eycdioatl.org
– Work with the Canon for Communications and Digital Evangelism (CCDE) to plan and facilitate the Episcopal Youth Ministry in ATL Podcast
– Work with the CCDE to plan and facilitate video media for eycdioatl related directly to their purpose and programs
– Plan and execute Youth in Leadership, a leadership segment for young people
– Write and send monthly Youth Worker e-news
– Run monthly data reports on participation in events and social media interaction
– Assist the CCDE with Imagine Church and other diocesan digital initiatives

 

Resourcing Congregations:
The Youth Missioner is responsible for resourcing congregations and Youth Workers on a basic and advanced level.

 

This may include the following:
– Visit and consult with congregations to help develop their current programs and strategize on building new programs
– Host monthly Youth Worker Meetings and quarterly Youth Worker Formation/Cont Ed. opportunities
– Update the Youth Worker Google Drive with resources focused on the seasons of the Church
-Work with the Center for Racial Healing to provide opportunities for justice work

 

Administration:
The Youth Missioner is responsible for managing the Offices of the Youth Ministries.

 

This may include the following:
– Manage a 100,000+ annual budget
– Manage all event registrations, and ensuring clear communication with parents and sponsoring
congregations

 

Qualifications
– Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent youth ministry experience
– 3-5 years of youth ministry experience
– Skills in digital communications including social media, design, an understanding of branding, and basic copy edit
– Skills with Adobe or Apple premium editing applications

 

Qualities
– An abiding personal and public life of faith
– An understanding of the traditions and ethos of the Episcopal Church
– Relationship skills with both young people and adults
– The ability to partner with many people
– A strong sense of the importance of diversity and justice work

 

About Eycdioatl
Eycdioatl, the Episcopal Youth Community of the Diocese of Atlanta, is a community and network of youth ministry programs of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. eycdioatl is known across the church for it’s programs, digital media, and its capacity to provide resources for congregations and the wider church.

 

Submissions
Submit your Cover Letter and Resume with 2 professional references as a single document to the Lay Professional Staff Opening Form by June 9th at 5 PM. Confidentiality of all applicants is a top priority of the Search Committee throughout the entire process.

 

 

 

Director of Administration & Finance for The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta

About The Diocese of Atlanta
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is the 8th largest Diocese of the Episcopal Church’s 109 dioceses and has a membership of more than 50,000 Episcopalians in 117 worshiping communities in Middle and North Georgia including Episcopal Schools, colleges and universities, and ministries to the poor and disenfranchised.

 

Numerous Youth groups, outreach, social justice, and multicultural ministries are active within the diocese. The diocese of Atlanta is led by The Right Rev. Robert C. Wright D. D., the 10th Bishop of Atlanta, and an Executive Leadership Team of senior staff and advisors.

 

The Director of Administration & Finance position is exempt, full time and reports directly to the Bishop and is a member of the Bishop’s Executive Leadership Team. In collaboration with senior financial advisors and committees, this position is responsible for the financial management of The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, Inc. and related ministries and entities. Areas of responsibilities include general accounting, financial reporting, budget development, audit, benefits administration and management of staff performing finance and administration functions.

 

Responsibilities
– Works collaboratively with the diocesan Treasurer, Finance Chair, Budget Committee Chair, Long Term Investment Committee, The Diocesan Foundation, The Episcopal Community Foundation, congregations, and ministries to ensure transparency and trust in the diocesan financials.
– Continually assesses the mission strategy of the diocese against current financial trends and offers financial perspectives for Executive Team planning.
– Serves as a resource to congregations and ministries for advice and counsel on financial matters.
– Formulates policies, processes and procedures on banking, receipt and disbursement of funds, and accounting matters.
– Manages a staff of three full-time employees, encouraging professional development and reviewing performance.
– Oversees a complex, interrelated financial system including six main funds with combined assets of $38,000,000.
– Supports the annual budget process by gathering funding requests, projecting revenues, and drafting the $5 million diocesan operating budget based on the Diocesan purpose statement for review and approval by the Budget Committee and the governing bodies of the diocese.
– Supports the diocesan Long Term Investment Committee and The Diocesan Foundation Board.
– Maintains relationship with the audit firm, develops client deliverables, and manages the annual combined audit process.

 

Qualifications
– Four-year degree in business administration, accounting, finance or related field. Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and/or CPA a plus.
– 10 years’ experience in accounting or finance and/or experience in a similar financial position or a combination of education and experience. Experience in Fund Accounting in a non-profit organization a plus.
– Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills.
– Evidence of leadership ability and strategic planning skills.
– Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively, multi-task and shift focus quickly and frequently and work in a digital environment.
– Excellent communication skills, written and oral.
– Ability to present financial information to those with no or limited financial background.
– Desire to work in a faith-based organization. The Episcopal Church is a very inclusive denomination and promotes the value of diversity. People from any faith background would be welcome. An understanding of the Episcopal Church and church polity, as well as an awareness of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta would be a plus.

 

Compensation
Salary commensurate with education and experience.
Benefits including group health and dental insurance, life insurance, and pension.

 

To Apply
Submit cover letter and resume including contact information for three references.
To submit an application click here: Application for Lay Professional Opening

 

 

 

Holy Comforter is Searching for a Parish Administrator

Work Schedule
20 hours per week
Required: Tuesdays 9 AM – 1 PM; Thursdays 9 AM – 1 PM
Remaining hours to be worked on flex time with notice given to fellow staff members of general working hours.

 

 

Daily Responsibilities
Mail: check and sort mail
Voicemail: Respond to calls
E-mail: check and respond

 

Weekly Responsibilities
Input weekly contributions to Realm (by ACS).
Wednesday night supper (WNS): send reminder e-mails to the WNS groups at least two weeks ahead of their scheduled date to provide supper.
Realm, weekly data entry as needed.
Attend weekly staff meetings.
Send weekly email to church mailing list.

 

On-Going Responsibilities
Building and Property management:
Contact service providers and schedule necessary building maintenance/repairs:
Plumbing, electrical, HVAC, elevator, etc…
File vendor/maintenance paperwork after work has been completed
Website: fill in content and update as needed (especially the Google Calendar and the upcoming events)

 

Office administration:
Acknowledgment letters: immediately after receiving donations, write, print on letterhead, and have Vicar sign acknowledgment letters to persons who have donated either to the Church and/or the Friendship Center.
Parish life: prepare and submit the appropriate paperwork for baptisms, confirmations, transfers, marriages, burials, etc…

 

Recurring Annual Maintenance:
Fire extinguishers inspections. Should be scheduled for every 6 months.
Stove hood cleaning. Once a year. Preferably during the August break.
Backflow preventer inspection. The city will notify the church by mail of when the inspection is due. The plumber will submit the report to the city.

 

Parochial report: work with the Financial Administrator to prepare the report and submit it to the Diocese
Draft and confirm new yearly schedule of Wednesday Night Supper providers.
Occasional duties not otherwise specified

 

Application: Interested applicants can email Ashley Carr at vicar@holycomforter-atlanta.org for more information.
The application deadline is February 15.

 

 

 

The Cathedral of St. Philip is Searching for a Sexton

The Cathedral of St. Philip seeks a trustworthy, reliable, hard-working, team player and flexible sexton, Full-time (40 hours/week), to: maintain the cleanliness and orderliness of the church’s building and grounds; perform basic preventative maintenance and repairs; and, daily set up and break down church/rooms for use as needed. The sexton will advise the Facilities Manager of dangers/concerns about the condition and maintenance of buildings and grounds.

 

Reports to Facilities Manager

 

Responsibilities
• Cleaning, sweeping, dusting, mopping, shining all building and grounds
• Managing trash and recycling and assuring all waste is properly disposed
• Performing preventive and needed maintenance and repairs and reporting malfunctions or damage of buildings and grounds and equipment to the Facilities Manager.
• Set up and break down and moving all signage and materials for church events
• Supporting the church and the staff, as needed.
• Waxing floors, cleaning carpet
• Painting
• Packing and/or moving to relocate items from one room to the next.

 

Physical Demands
The individual in this position must possess the physical and sensory ability necessary to safely and successfully perform all essential job functions and responsibilities. This includes but is not limited to: the ability to safely work with power tools such as drills, saws, floor buffer, and blower. The ability to climb steps and ladders as well as to bend, pull and push. The ability to move and carry objects. The ability to carry and lift up to 50 lbs.

 

Hours
This position is full-time 40 hours/week. The Employee is required to work different shifts which include weekends and some holidays in particular Christmas and Easter.

 

This position is hourly (non-exempt). Full individual health/dental insurance (fully paid by Cathedral) and 401K retirement plan (6% of salary, plus up to 3% additional match of employee’s contribution, fully paid by the Cathedral.

 

Send resume and cover letter to Ivory Richardson at irichardson@cathedralATL.org.

 

Please no phone calls.