Employment opportunities throughout the Diocese of Southern Virginia.
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Half-time Organist/Choir Director (Posted June 25, 2014)
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in the historic West Ghent neighborhood of Norfolk, Va. is seeking a half-time Organist/Choir Director (20 hours/week) to lead our parish’s music ministry. St. Andrew’s is a growing, inclusive parish with a rich musical heritage and exciting possibilities for the future. The Organist/Choir Director will play the organ for one Sunday morning service, rehearse and direct our adult choir, and work with staff and volunteers to coordinate our Handbell and Junior Choirs and other musical opportunities. The organ is a beautiful 1978 Moeller with 28 stops and 32 ranks of pipes; it was upgraded in 2012 to feature solid state technology. The generous salary and benefits are commensurate with experience and AGO guidelines. Please send a resume and references by July 31, 2014 to The Rev. John Rohrs, Rector (firstname.lastname@example.org or 1009 W. Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, VA 23507). Please call (757-622-5530) or visit our website (www.standrewsnorfolk.org) for the full job description and more information.
Diocesan Youth Missioner (Posted May 20, 2014)
The Episcopal Diocese of Easton, a small diocese composed of 38 parishes and a diocesan camp on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, is seeking a qualified individual with vision and enthusiasm for the full-time position of Diocesan Youth Missioner to facilitate the creation and development of effective youth ministry at both the parish and the diocesan level. The Diocesan Youth Missioner will serve as a resource person for parish youth leaders as well as a coordinator for diocesan youth programming from September through April, and participate on the administrative level at the diocesan camp from May through September. The qualified candidate will have experience in youth ministry and Christian formation in camp, parish or diocesan environments, as well as good communication and organizational skills, and a commitment to leading others in their faith journey in Christ. A college degree is required. Interested candidates will find a complete job description and details regarding the application process at http://dioceseofeaston.org/our-ministries/youth/.
Part-time Organist-Choir Director (Posted May 15, 2014)
Historic and growing Episcopal Church in New Kent County is seeking a part-time organist-choirmaster to play for one service weekly and for special occasions during the liturgical year, including Holy Week and Christmas. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church currently has a two-rank digitally sampled Rogers 760 electronic organ. We seek an organist who can grow the music program, has a strong sense of Episcopal Liturgy, and can direct choirs from the console. Choral programs include an adult choir that practices every other week and a youth/children’s choir currently under lay direction and in need of supervision and expansion. Compensation is $13,000 per year with continuing education supplement, funds for additional musicians to enhance worship, and paid AGO dues. Generous vacation time during the summer and two paid vacation days during the traditional school year. Additional income from weddings and funerals is also available. Please mail a resume or CV to St. Peter’s Parish Church, 8400 St. Peter’s Lane, New Kent, Virginia 23124. You may also contact the Rector, the Rev. Dr. S. Paul Rowles, at 804-932-4846.
Full time Lead Toddler Teacher (Posted May 13, 2014)
Ascension Episcopal Day School in Norfolk is currently looking for a fulltime Toddler Lead Teacher. Hours are 7:00-3:00. Salary is $29,000 plus some benefits. This is a 12-month professional position. Ascension Episcopal Day School serves the community by providing a nurturing, stimulating, and supportive Christian educational environment for pre-school children age 6 weeks thru 5 years. Our program is designed to cultivate the cognitive, social, physical, creative, and emotional development of each child in a caring environment. The Lead Teacher will be responsible for creating a nurturing, innovative, collaborative and supportive learning community for 8-12 children ages 12-24 months. The Lead Teacher is responsible for the day-to- day management of one classroom and the supervision of 2-4 Assistant Teachers. QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will hold, at minimum, an earned Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field, and have at least 2 years teaching in an early education center. Candidates should have demonstrated advanced knowledge of: instructional design and teaching methods, child development practices, and have effective oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work with diverse populations in a Christian centered program. Proven supervisory experience is highly recommended. Contact: Mark Hattler 757-351-0566; email@example.com