Help Wanted

This page lists job openings in churches and agencies of the Diocese of West Texas. Please see individual contacts for more specific information on each job listed. If you would like to post a job opening, please email a brief job description and contact info to Laura Shaver. Positions will be posted for six weeks unless requested otherwise.

Part-time Organist
St. Philip's, San Antonio

Posted: 05/14/15
St. Philip’s, San Antonio, is seeking a part time (approximately 7 hours per week) Organist/Pianist for its Sunday 10:00 a.m. worship service. We are seeking someone who enjoys selecting and playing music that reflects both our Episcopal (1982 Hymnal) and African American traditions (Lift Every Voice and Sing II). This individual will also be responsible for working with the clergy and vestry to identify and schedule community music resources to participate in worship several times a year, drawing from local universities, choral groups, and musical ensembles. Interested candidates are invited to contact the Rev. Patricia Riggins at 210-333-6256 or rectorstphilips.sa@gmail.com.

Director of Family Ministries
Trinity, Victoria

Posted: 05/05/15
Trinity Episcopal Church in Victoria is seeking a full-time Director of Family Ministries to partner with families to prepare the hearts, souls, and minds of our children and youth by sharing our Christian heritage and the love and grace of God through Christ Jesus. A bachelor's degree is required; and preference will be given to candidates with a master's degree or certificate from an accredited seminary; a successful candidate needs 2-5 years of experience in youth ministry, Christian education, or a related field. Please view the full job description for additional requirements and job responsibilities. Please send a letter of interest and resume to Duane Roth by June 30, 2015.

Director of Youth Ministries
Christ Episcopal Church, San Antonio

Posted: 04/30/15
Christ Church, San Antonio, has an immediate opening for a full-time Director of Youth Ministries. This position will be responsible for building individual relationships with Christ Church youth and their families, developing programs to foster growth in the students' personal relationships with Jesus Christ, creating a network of volunteers and mentors from across the church family to support Christ Church students, and providing a joyful Christian atmosphere in which youth can enjoy fellowship and spiritual sharing with their peers. View the full job description for more about Christ Church, the expectations of a youth minister, and qualifications. Candidates are invited to forward a letter of interest and resume by June 19 to youth.ministry@cecsa.org or the Youth Minister Search Committee, 512 Belknap Place, San Antonio, TX 78212.

Professional Openings
Trinity Episcopal School, Victoria

Posted: 04/28/15
Trinity Episcopal School in Victoria is seeking candidates for the following professional positions: a part-time Spanish Teacher (Grades K3-2nd) with a four-year degree, preferably in Spanish. Prior experience preferred. A Librarian (20 hours/week), with a four-year degree, preferably in education/library science or a related area. Prior experience preferred. A 4th grade Classroom Teacher, who must hold a valid teaching credential. Prior experience preferred. To submit a cover letter and resume, please contact Head of School, Mike Brown, or call the school office at 361-573-3220.

Part-time Maintenance
St. Francis, San Antonio

Posted: 04/22/15
St. Francis, San Antonio, is seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) maintenance person. Ability to do humble work diligently and well is essential. Working hours are flexible. To apply or for more details, please contact the Rev. Cristopher Robinson, rector, at crobinson@sfcsa.org, or call the church office at 210-696-0834.

Full-time Communications Director
St. Mark's, San Antonio

Posted: 04/14/15
St. Mark's, San Antonio, is seeking a full-time Communications Director, who will be responsible for the production, as well as the branding, of the communication vehicles which educate and promote the ministries, programs, and worship at St. Mark’s to the parish, the city, and beyond. Duties include preparing the departmental budget and tracking project costs; collecting information for and producing the monthly Messenger newsletter; updating and maintaining the church's digital presence, the weekly e-news, implementing audio/video components, and maintaining all social media channels; coordinating seasonal printing projects; serving as a resource for ministry leaders and parishioners; offering input and direction for publications; conversing with the local media; and editing and posting audio, including sermons and speakers at special events. See the full job description with benefit information here. Interested candidates may submit a letter of interest and CV to employment@stmarks-sa.org.

Advancement Associate (Corpus Christi and Alice)
Good Samaritan Community Services

Posted: 03/28/15
Good Samaritan Community Services seeks an Advancement Associate -- Regional Development Coordinator (Corpus Christi and Alice) to work under the Director of Advancement to provide the marketing and fundraising support necessary to secure funding for the Youth Development Services programs in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Alice, Texas. The Coordinator works with volunteers, each local Advisory Board, and other Advancement Department staff to raise the annual budget (as well as the agency’s profile) through donor cultivation, an annual appeal, special events, and personal sales calls. The Advancement Associate works virtually at home (or other location) and has some relationship with the Site Coordinators in each city (who report to the Director of Youth Development Services). This is a part-time position with compensation of $20-25 per hour (DOE). Read the full job description here. To apply, follow this link.

Elisha Leadership Initiative Interns
Diocese of West Texas, San Antonio

Posted: 03/24/15
The Elisha Leadership Initiative is a unique, year-long, leadership development program that focuses on raising up the next generation of missional leaders for the Church. Our program utilizes simple, intentional, Christian community, church ministry and university engagement to help you discover your talents and passions for ministry. Each participant in our program will receive a monthly stipend, live in community with other interns, and will serve at a local church in San Antonio, Texas. On top of these experiences, you will also receive training in running a ministry, working in a non-profit and developing your individual leadership style. If you want to take your life with Christ to the next level, and would like to help lead others into a life of discipleship, then we may be exactly the program for you. For more information, including application, visit us at www.elishainitiative.org.

Lead Teachers
St. David's Episcopal School, San Antonio

Posted: 03/24/15
St. David’s Episcopal Church and School is looking for full-time Lead Teachers for our new infant care program (ages three to 16 months). The Lead Teacher will be responsible for maintaining a safe, healthy learning environment for the children in their care. Other duties will include creating lesson plans, maintaining paperwork, and many others. The ideal candidates will have previous experience working with children in a licensed childcare setting. For more information or to apply please contact the Director Jennifer Ekberg at 210-824-2481 or jennifere@saintdavids.net.

Assistant Teachers
St. David's Episcopal School, San Antonio

Posted: 03/24/15
St. David’s Episcopal Church and School is looking for full-time Assistant Teachers for our new infant care program (ages three to 16 months). The Assistant Teacher is a direct support to the Lead Teacher in creating a safe, healthy learning environment for the children in their care. Other duties will include maintaining safety practices, providing direct care, and many others. The ideal candidates will have previous experience working with children. For more information or to apply please contact the Director Jennifer Ekberg at 210-824-2481 or jennifere@saintdavids.net.

Substitute Teachers
St. David's Episcopal School, San Antonio

Posted: 03/24/15
St. David’s Episcopal Church and School is looking for Substitute Teachers. The Substitute Teacher is a great position for someone who would love having a flexible schedule. Substitute Teacher duties will include filling in for the Teachers or Assistant Teachers in their daily duties when they are absent. The ideal candidate will have a flexible schedule, and be at least 18 years old. For more information or to apply please contact the Director Jennifer Ekberg at 210-824-2481 or jennifere@saintdavids.net.

Day School Director
St. Margaret's, San Antonio

Posted: 03/23/15
St. Margaret's Episcopal Day School in San Antonio is seeking a Day School Director to oversee two two-year-old rooms, one three-year-old room, one four-year-old room and a Pre-K classroom. The school has the capacity to serve up to 60 children and is dedicated to providing children with the opportunity to learn and grow in a warm and nurturing environment. The Day School Director will need strong communication and organizational skills and the ability to envision the school and its success in the coming years as a Christian day school. A bachelor's degree in early childhood education is preferred with at least one year experience in a licensed childcare center. See full job description here. To inquire or apply, contact the Rev. John Hill at stmargaretsdayschool@gmail.com.

Nursery Providers
St. Paul's, San Antonio

Posted: 03/11/15
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is seeking energetic, experienced child care providers to work in our nursery during Sunday church services and other church events. Position Title: Nursery Provider; Rate of Pay: $10.00/hr. Basic Function: Provide care for infants, toddlers, and children (ages infant - 4 years) during Sunday morning service and for any other scheduled church event, as requested by the Nursery Coordinator. Flexibility and a love of children are a must. Schedule: Sundays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., occasional weeknights. Nursery providers must take “Safeguarding God’s Children” four-hour course, cost covered by the church. Contact Ms. Solis at 210-226-0345 Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., or at admin@stpauls-satx.org for an application.

Youth Service Specialist
Good Samaritan Community Services

Posted: 02/23/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is currently looking for a Youth Service Specialist for the After School Program. Job duties include delivering curricula, writing age-appropriate lesson plans, supervising meal times, chaperoning field trips, tracking daily attendance in program activities, and tracking participant behavior. Job site is on the main San Antonio campus, located at 1600 Saltillo Street. This is a part-time position. Read the full job description here. For consideration, please apply here.

Assistant Teacher
Good Samaritan Community Services

Posted: 02/23/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is currently looking for a full-time Assistant Child Development Teacher, who will be responsible for the provision of direct care, education, health, and safety of infants and toddlers enrolled in Early Head Start; for promoting the learning of language, communication, social, emotional, and cognitive. and creative development of children in the program; and for completing ad hoc activities and tasks needed to support the day-to-day delivery of child development services. A high school diploma or GED is required. The ideal candidate will have a Child Development Associate (CDA) degree or higher and two years experience in a licensed childcare facility. Bilingual preferred. Read the full job description here. For consideration, please apply here.

Early Head Start Lead Teacher
Good Samaritan Community Services

Posted: 02/23/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is currently looking for a full-time Early Head Start Lead Teacher, who will be responsible for the provision of direct care, education, health, and safety of infants and toddlers enrolled in Early Head Start; for promoting the learning of language, communication, social, emotional, and cognitive and creative development of children in the program; and for completing ad hoc activities and tasks needed to support the day-to-day delivery of child development services. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Development, two years experience in a licensed childcare facility, and bilingual is preferred. Read the full job description here. For consideration, please apply here.

GSCS Site Coordinator
Alice, Texas

Posted: 01/16/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is currently looking for a Seasonal Site Coordinator for our Camp Good Sam summer program in Alice, Texas. The Site Coordinator is responsible for coordinating service delivery of Camp Good Sam summer services. General responsibilities include planning and coordinating program events according to the Camp Good Sam program model, supervising program staff and volunteers, ensuring program outcomes and objectives are met, monitoring program expenditures and maintaining program partnerships. Must be able to work independently from home until program service delivery begins. See full job description here. This position is part-time through May and full-time beginning in June. For more information, visit www.goodsamaritancommunityservices.org.

GSCS Site Coordinator
Wimberley, Texas

Posted: 01/16/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is currently looking for a Seasonal Site Coordinator for our Camp Good Sam summer program in Wimberley, Texas. The Site Coordinator is responsible for coordinating service delivery of Camp Good Sam summer services. General responsibilities include planning and coordinating program events according to the Camp Good Sam program model, supervising program staff and volunteers, ensuring program outcomes and objectives are met, monitoring program expenditures and maintaining program partnerships. Must be able to work independently from home until program service delivery begins. See full job description here. This position is part-time through May and full-time beginning in June. For more information, visit www.goodsamaritancommunityservices.org.

Youth Minister
Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi

Posted: 10/30/14
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi, is seeking a full-time Youth Minister who possesses a passion for Jesus, and a calling to share that love of Christ with young people through the ministries of the Church of the Good Shepherd and Saint James Episcopal School by building relationships with both the youth and adults, modeling a Christian lifestyle, teaching and leading ministry events, and participating in the full life of the Church. For more information and to submit a resume, please contact Ann Halverson, Parish Administrator.