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.

After School Teacher
St. Paul's Episcopal Montessori School, San Antonio

Posted: 07/27/15
St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School is looking for an enthusiastic individual for the position of After School Teacher for the 2015/16 school year. (Start August 24) Duties include supervision of a group of children during all activities. The hours of the After School are 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The ideal candidate will: have experience working with children; have a minimum of high school diploma; maintain consistent attendance and punctuality; have a positive and friendly attitude; be responsible and patient; and be able to work effectively as a member of a team and individually. To apply, please send your resume and a letter of interest indicating how you feel you meet the above requirements to Jennifer Davey at jdavey@stpaulsmontessori.org or call 210 271 2861.

Advancement - Regional Coordinator
Good Samaritan Community Services, San Antonio

Posted: 06/11/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is seeking a part-time Regional Coordinator at their main campus in San Antonio 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 Alice, Corpus Christi, Sonora, and Wimberley, and other regional sites as they are added. The coordinator works with volunteers, each local Advisory Committee, 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. See the full job description here, as well as application instructions.

Advancement - Volunteer Coordinator
Good Samaritan Community Services, San Antonio

Posted: 06/11/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is seeking a full-time Volunteer Coordinator who will work under the Director of Advancement to provide the volunteer hours necessary to support the programmatic and buildings and grounds needs of the agency at the main campus in San Antonio, as well as in all satellite sites. The coordinator works with program staff, the Director of Finance, and volunteers to match program's needs with volunteer interests and availability, and supports the conversion of volunteer relationships into donor relationships. See the full job description here, as well as application instructions.

Advancement - Donor Relations
Good Samaritan Community Services, San Antonio

Posted: 06/11/15
Good Samaritan Community Services is seeking a part-time Donor Relations Associate to work under the Director of Advancement to manage and process all gifts, donor data, generate reports, manage the database, and provide administrative support to the Director of Advancement. Working at the main campus in San Antonio, the Donor Relations Associate needs to understand the nuances of donor communication. An exceptional understanding of Results Plus is required. See the full job description here, as well as application instructions.

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.

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.