Job Opportunities

Below are specific job listings, including positions at Duke Divinity School, that have been submitted to the school.

March 16, 2015
Church, Ministry
Assistant Rector Episcopal Church
St. Alban's Episcopal Church
Full time
Cape Elizabeth, Maine US

Assistant Rector, Youth and Young Adult Ministries, St. Alban’s Parish, Cape Elizabeth, Maine (75% time) and
Assistant to the Priest-in-Charge, St. Peter’s Parish Portland, (25% time)
Created with the enthusiastic blessing of the Bishop of Maine, the Right Rev. Stephen Lane, this position calls for a priest to serve in two nearby parishes with the mentorship and supervision of two rectors. This position is open following the wonderfully successful and faith-filled three-year ministry of a gifted Assistant who is discerning a call in another diocese.
St. Alban's is a dynamic and vibrant parish, one of the largest in the diocese. St. Peter's is a smaller parish in the city of Portland. This shared position offers a wonderful diversity of experience to a new priest and has proved to be a rewarding and fruitful ministry.
This is a full time position.

The Rev. Timothy Boggs

March 16, 2015
Ministry, Non-Church, Social Work, Other
Metanoia Fellows
Full time
North Charleston, South Carolina USA

The Metanoia Fellows Initiative is an opportunity to learn the theory and practice behind Asset Based Community Development in a supportive and rigorous learning environment. Fellows will become a new generation of leaders for the Charleston region that are well trained in Asset Based Community Development.

Preferred Experiences:
Exposure to living and working alongside under-resourced communities.
Applicable educational experiences.
Appetite for hard work and demonstrated personal integrity
Fellows shall:
o be able to perform the essential functions of the job with reasonable accommodation.
o have a willingness to work with community residents as citizens.
o be adaptive to a variety of situations.
o be willing to grow in their knowledge of Asset Based Community Development and Non-Profit Leadership.
o demonstrate willingness and increasing ability to use lessons learned to carry out a specific project over which Fellows will exercise sole leadership (must be a self-starter).
Metanoia Fellows will be selected without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age or national origin.

Duties of a Metanoia Fellow:
Exhibit rigorous commitment to an ongoing practice of study, reflection and action over the two year Fellows opportunity.
Live within the community where the Fellow is assigned and build a system of relationships that can assist the Fellow in strengthening the community from within.
Work with the citizens of the communities within the Charleston Promise Neighborhood footprint and those investing in the Fellows initiative to complete a four month research project that yields important understanding for the community and those serving the community.
Work with the citizens of the communities within the Charleston Promise Neighborhood footprint and those investing in the Fellows initiative to complete a community project over the final fourteen months of the Fellows initiative. The project must be sustainable in nature and engaging.

Camella R. Scott

March 09, 2015
Psychological Assistant/Office Assistant
Counseling Services, Inc.
Full time, Part time
Durham, NC USA

ASSISTANT needed to work for one private practice

psychologist in group practice 20 hrs + per week.

Begin $10/hr quickly to $12 or more based on

prior office experience; positive personal presence

essential;  MWord & related office software a must;

prior small business experience helpful; meeting,

greeting, arranging patient appointments in person

and on the phone; flexible hours; excellent position

to learn medical/health practice/insurance/mental

health issues;

ASSISTANT needed to work for one private practice

psychologist in group practice 20 hrs + per week.

Begin $10/hr quickly to $12 or more based on

prior office experience; positive personal presence

essential;  MWord & related office software a must;

prior small business experience helpful; meeting,

greeting, arranging patient appointments in person

and on the phone; flexible hours; excellent position

to learn medical/health practice/insurance/mental

health issues;

can Fax rẻsumẻ to RPC 919-493-1923. 





James E. Byassee, Ph.D.

March 04, 2015
Church Organist
First United Methodist Church
Part time
Henderson, NC USA

First United Methodist Church in Henderson, N.C., is seeking a Church Organist to assist its Music Ministry in enabling its congregation, individually and together as a church family, to discover, re-discover, grow in and share God's love through music in all of its sacred varieties.
   The Church Organist is responsible for accompanying members of the Chancel Choir and other vocalists during rehearsals and worship services; providing instrumental music for worship, weddings and funerals; maintaining musical competence and professional skills through regular practice and continuing education; and working as a team player, supporting and encouraging other staff members, among other duties.
   Candidates for Church Organist should have good people skills and a positive attitude; be an accomplished musician with a Bachelor's degree in music or equivalent degree and/or experience; have a foundation and experience in utilizing the vast tradition of United Methodist music and liturgy while being equally comfortable with blended and contemporary styles of worship; and be proficient in organ and piano.
    The time commitment for the position will vary but will require an estimated average of 16 hours per week at an annual salary of $18,260.
   The purpose of Music Ministries and the position of Church Organist at First United Methodist Church of Henderson is to proclaim the Gospel of our risen Savior Jesus Christ and to glorify God by fulfilling our Mission: "Making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World."
   Applications are available from the Rev. Terry Huffines, pastor, by writing to or by calling 252-438-8791. A job description is available upon request.

Terry Huffines

March 02, 2015
Church, Ministry
Youth Minister
Highland Presbyterian Church
Full time
Fayetteville, NC US

The Office for Youth Ministry of Highland Presbyterian Church has an opening for a full-time Director of Youth Ministry Services. This opening is to fill a vacant position.
Highland Presbyterian Church has been serving the people of Fayetteville, NC and FortBragg for more than 100 years.  An established church with ministry outreach to the surrounding communities and the triangle; we are looking for a strong leader to plan and lead the next generation of our church.
The Director is to be a person of strong faith and a deep love for Jesus Christ and His church.  This person is to be supportive of the Senior Minister’s vision and should have a knowledgeable understanding of the various ministries of the church and see the value of a team approach to all aspects of ministry.  This person will be responsible for the overall Youth Ministry Program to include Youth Sunday School and Youth Fellowship on Sunday evenings as well as midweek Bible studies and activities.  The Director of Youth Ministries will be a part of a larger team that seeks to incorporate various aspects of the total church ministry in a purposeful and missional way.  A love of people, a caring nature, a positive outlook, and the ability to motivate others is essential.
1.    Have general oversight of ministry to Middle and High School Youth.
2.    Develop, train and equip a team of Youth Leaders who will join in planning and leading youth ministry.
3.    Use of the recreation center in church programming.
4.    Provide leadership in worship services on occasion.
5.    Along with the Director of Program and Mission Outreach, Director of Music Ministries, and other staff as needed, coordinate youth activities with the total ministry of the church.
6.    Plan with Youth Committee the annual Youth Sunday, Graduation Sunday, fundraisers, mission trips, retreats, summer camp experiences, etc.
7.    Participate in staff meetings and staff retreats in goal-setting process.
8.    Develop contact system to reach youth and families of all ages.
9.    Oversee Sunday School – curriculum selection, teachers, recruitment, overall support, etc.
10.    Research curriculum and resource the Youth Ministry Team.
11.    Help guide youth in their faith journey.
12.    As outreach attends extracurricular activities of youth.
1.      Primary:
a.    Willingness and ability to support the mission of Highland Presbyterian Church.
b.    The desire to use talents and gifts to further the youth ministry of HPC in the community.
c.    Be of good standing within home church and have an established faith in Jesus Christ.
d.    Possess a heart for youth, young adults and families.
2.      Education:
a.       Bachelor’s Degree with emphasis in religion, communications, or management.  
Seminary experience or M. Div preferred.
3.      Experience:
a.    3- 5 years general ministry experience.
b.    Demonstrated successful leadership/management experience to include staff supervision, program management and budget management.
c.    Knowledge and experience in retreat planning and hosting, event planning and leadership development for youth.
d.    Experience in leading committees, volunteers and leadership teams.
4.      Other Elements:
a.       Excellent communications skills.
b.      Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Microsoft Office, Publisher, Photoshop, and website maintenance.
c.       Success in utlizing social networking such as Facebook and Isntagram for ministry purposes.
e.       Ability to work on weekends and some evenings.  Ability to attend all retreats, lock-ins, camps, and mission trips with the youth.
Competitive salary and excellent benefits. To apply for this job, please email your resume and cover letter along with references to  
Career Level Required     
Experience Required     1+ to 2 Years
Education Required     Bachelor's Degree
Job Type     Employee
Job Status     Full Time

Dawn Chmiel
910 401-0929

March 02, 2015
Church, Ministry
Youth Director
Stokesdale Christian Church (DOC)
Part time
Stokesdale, NC USA

Stokesdale Christian Church (DOC) is searching for a Youth Director.  This person shall be someone who will engage the youth of the congregation in such a way that they will know they are a vital part of the congregation.  This person shall also meet with the youth once a week on an evening to be decided by the candidate and the Search Committee.  Other duties will include working with our Educational Ministry Team to plan, organize, and implement a yearly VBS that will include the youth of the community; encourage the youth to attend summer camp at Christmount Christian Assembly in Black Mountain, NC; as well as plan, organize, and implement several outings during the year for the youth.  This is a part-time ministry position that preferably lasts throughout the calendar year.

Randy Winn

March 02, 2015
Church, Ministry
Youth Director
First United Methodist Church
Part time
Graham, NC USA

The Director reports directly to the Senior Pastor and will be directly responsible for:
1.    Overseeing the youth ministry of FUMC Graham and directing the implementation of its mission and vision.
2.    Assisting in the implementation of a restructuring plan for the youth ministry in conjunction with the Renovation Team and adult volunteers.  
3.    Spiritually preparing the youth of FUMC Graham for challenges ahead in young adulthood and nurturing in those youth a sense of clear Christian identity through an understanding of God-given gifts and talents.

Youth Search Team

March 02, 2015
Ministry, Non-Church
Program Director
Glen Lake Camp and Retreat Center
Full time
Glen Rose, Texas USA

Program Director


The Program Director seeks to lead and serve as a faithful part of God’s work in and through the Ministry of Glen Lake. The Program Director serves on a ministry team dedicated and committed to a team approach to the ministry entrusted to us.


The Program Director seeks to provide expertise in the field of Christian Education and camp ministry. The Program Director leads a team of dedicated persons in order to provide safe, fun, and Christ- centered camp experiences.


Develop, plan, organize and implement effective summer camps
Evaluate existing programs and recommend additions or deletions as needed
Partner with the Central Texas Conference of the UMC to provide programming
Review and update summer staff job descriptions annually
Recruit, interview and participate in the hiring of summer staff
Plan and implement a summer staff training program
Effectively lead, supervise and mentor a team of approximately 45-75 summer staff
Evaluate summer staff and jointly develop improvement plans when necessary
Serve as an appropriate role model for children and young adults
Host retreat groups as required, seeking to make all feel welcome and meet their camp-related needs
Involved in the ongoing marketing and promotion of both the camp and retreat ministries
Contribute ideas and verbiage to newsletters and promotional pieces

An active and growing faith in Jesus Christ, with a heart for ministry and a passion for helping others grow in their personal walk with the Lord
Integrity, consistent work ethic, and a proven success in leadership at a Christian camp or similar organization
Interpersonal communication and organizational skills
A team-oriented servant attitude and the ability to relate well with others
Creativity and high energy particularly when preparing and implementing camp programs
The ability to handle conflict in a respectful and professional manner
A bachelors degree

A Master’s degree in Christian Education
2-5 years in a manager/director position in Christian camping

Paid Time Off – detailed in Employee Policy and Procedure Manual
Major medical coverage for the employee
Matching pension benefits available after one year of employment
On-site housing with basic utilities included (water, electric, and gas)
The Program Director will adhere to the principles of confidentiality concerning the business of this ministry.

Natalie Davidson

March 01, 2015
Church, Ministry
Contemporary Worship Leader
Millbrook United Methodist Church
Part time
Raleigh, NC, North Carolina USA

Contemporary Worship Leader

    Millbrook United Methodist Church, a vibrant Christ-centered and mission-oriented congregation in Raleigh, North Carolina is seeking an energetic and passionate part-time Contemporary Worship Leader. (15-20 hours per week/ non-exempt)   The leader will plan and coordinate all music modalities, song selection, dance, audiovisual aids and technical requirements for a 9:45 a.m. Sunday Contemporary worship service.  Worship Leader would be responsible to recruit, audition, rehearse, train and direct a volunteer team of musicians, volunteer A-V equipment operators, and singers in a welcoming manner.   A qualified candidate will have
A deep love of God as demonstrated by living a life of joy, integrity, prayer, spiritual strength, trustworthiness, patience, and kindness.
Be  knowledgeable and enthusiastic about music with the ability to sing,  play a lead instrument in the Praise Band as a preference but not necessarily a requirement.
Have a speaking style that engages the congregation.
Understand and support the Methodist doctrine.
Skills in conceptualizing, organizing, and leading a weekly 60 minute worship service incorporating music, video, dramatic arts, sound, stage lighting.

    For a full job description, please email Kathy Scott, at  To apply, send your resume to  The deadline to apply is April 10, 2015.

Kathy Scott
919 847-3873

February 25, 2015
Church, Ministry
Campus Worship Leader | The Summit Church
The Summit Church
Full time
Durham, NC USA

The vision of Summit Worship is to call our church, our city, and our world to behold the Lamb of God, and to do so by faithfully pastoring the local church, producing resources for the global church, and equipping leaders. A Summit Worship Leader strives to create more and better worshippers of Jesus by embodying and executing Summit Worship DNA;  leads congregation and volunteer teams in worship by example.

+ Pastor the local church at weekly worship gatherings  (40-46 annually)
    - Prayerfully personalizing and executing weekly worship plans
    - Coordinating details with pastoral and production staff
    - Identifying and developing volunteer team and lay leadership participation
+ Pastoring the campus worship team
    - Supporting the vision and leadership of the campus pastor
    - Coaching appropriate preparations for weekly worship gatherings
    - Shepherding and developing individual volunteers
    - Identifying and developing potential worship leaders
    - Recruiting and auditioning prospective team members
+ Support and contribute to the Summit Worship team
    - Worship Planning
    - Planning and executing Summit Worship events
    - Leading worship for special events
    - Actively contributing to Summit Worship projects
+ Any and all other tasks necessary to accomplish the vision and mission of the Summit Church as assigned by supervisor.

+ Knowledge of Scripture and worship theology
+ Basic knowledge of music theory and practice
+ Pastoral aptitude
+ Management ability
+ Leadership development
+ Vision casting

Email Ryan Doherty and Apply Here:

Ryan Doherty