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.

Head of School
St. Alban's Episcopal Day School, Harlingen

Posted: 06/27/18
St. Alban’s Episcopal Day School, Harlingen, is seeking a Head of School to begin July 2019 who is an experienced educational leader with a warm and engaging personality, and a dynamic, innovative and goal-oriented professional. The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for working with elementary-age children, successful leadership in managing day-to-day school operations, the capacity for visionary and strategic thinking. The next Head of School will have ample opportunities to translate his or her passion for excellence in faith-based education into new heights of achievement and service to the communities of the Rio Grande Valley. Interested candidates should provide a resumé, cover letter highlighting their interest and fit for the position, a statement of educational philosophy, and a list of five (5) references with all contact information as attachments to the search consultants, Bob Kirkpatrick (  or John Cooper ( For further information, please read the Position Profile here.

Part-time Organist and Choir Director
St. Andrew's, San Antonio

Posted: 06/25/18
St. Andrew’s, San Antonio, is seeking a talented organist, who also serves as the choir director, to be part of a dynamic staff in a growing congregation ( This is a part-time position. The worshipping congregation totals 150 people who attend two different services on Sundays at 8:30 and 11:00. The choir size ranges from 10 - 20 persons of all skill levels.  The congregation is known for its diversity, inclusiveness, community service, and Christian spirituality. Applicants must be comfortable with a wide variety of music genres. Interested parties need to send an email to Fr. David Archibald ( requesting a fact sheet for additional information. Recent graduates are welcome to apply. The choir does not have rehearsals during the summer, but the music ministry continues. The starting salary is $21,000. 

Development Director
Good Samaritan Community Services

Posted: 06/22/18
Good Samaritan Community Services (GSCS) is seeking a Development Director to office at its San Antonio location. The Director of Development will help design and implement a comprehensive plan for cultivating individual and philanthropic support. This is an opportunity for an entrepreneurial development professional to establish a process, plan and infrastructure that emphasizes donor cultivation and stewardship. The successful candidate will forge and deepen relationships to create and build fund development efforts through strategies and supportive activities and will be responsible for raising $1,500,000 – $2,500,000 annually. See full job description and information about GSCS here.

Human Resources Manager
Good Samaritan Community Services

Posted: 06/22/18
Good Samaritan Community Services is seeking a Human Resources Manager to office at its San Antonio location. The Human Resources Manager is responsible for participating in setting the future course for the agency and its employees. He/she will manage the overall provision of Human Resource services by implementing/coordinating HR policies, employee hiring, onboarding, performance reviews, disciplinary actions, terminations, agency insurance and employee benefit programs. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), the primary role is to serve as a catalyst for change, supporting staff, board members, clients and the community to be a place of excellent community services to overcome the impact of poverty. See full job description and application requirements here.

Director of Student Ministries
St. Alban's, Harlingen

Posted: 06/12/18
St. Alban's, Harlingen, is seeking a full-time Director of Student Ministries. This is a full-time position, and lay or ordained may apply. The Director of Student Ministries will be responsible for pastoral ministry, formation, education, and fellowship for students from grades 6-12.  We are looking for someone who has a vibrant faith in Jesus, an entrepreneurial spirit and experience leading youth to grow in their faith.  The ideal candidate would have the skill and enthusiasm for developing and implementing a comprehensive student ministry program (group building, worship, formation/discipleship, mission, and outreach), while serving as a spiritual leader and role model. Please click here for the full job description and submit a letter of interest, resume and salary history, references, and other supporting documents to the Rev. John Inserra, rector, at

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

Posted: 05/08/18
The mission of the St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School music program is to assist and guide each student in the development of his or her innate musicality with a rich, developmentally based curriculum which leads to a lifelong participation in, enjoyment, and appreciation of music in various forms. An opening is available for a part-time music teacher to work with primary and toddler children for two mornings per week (6-8 hours) for the 2018/19 school year. The school has a very developed music program with many resources available. The ideal candidate will be a passionate and professional musician with a minimum of one year teaching experience in an early childhood setting. Duties of the job will include collaborating with the elementary music director on the spring music performance. To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Jennifer Davey at or call 210 271 2861 for further information.

Program Coordinator
Magdalene House Kerrville

Posted: 05/07/18
Magdalene House Kerrville is seeking a full-time Program Coordinator who will report to and work closely with the Executive Director and be responsible for the daily activities that support Magdalene House programing. Theses duties will be assigned by the Executive Director and coordinated with the Magdalene House Site Manager. The program coordinator will support the mission of Magdalene House and possess a commitment to serve women who have been victimized by human trafficking, prostitution, addiction and/or abuse. The program coordinator will achieve a working knowledge of the model of care utilized in post-incarceration aftercare, and possess excellent interpersonal skills when communicating with Magdalene House residents, stakeholder partners, Texas Department of Criminal Justice parole/probation officers and the community at large. See full job description here.