Job Opportunities

Please contact Canon Arlette Benoit Joseph for information on transitions and vocational opportunities for clergy. Also included below are job listings for laity within the Diocese. Please contact Canon Jen Tucker to have yours listed.

Clergy Positions

Rector - St. James Langhorne

St. James Episcopal Church, 330 South Bellevue Avenue, Langhorne, Pa 19047

Full Time

Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and OTM profile to Canon Arlette Benoit Joseph abenoitjoseph@diopa.org

Description

We invite our new Rector to partner and serve with us as we strive to meet our mission of being a Jesus centered community. We hope to welcome a greater number of young families with children while maintaining pastoral care to our parish family. We are a loving, inclusive parish who encourage persons from all aspects and experiences of life to worship with us. We hope for a Rector who is willing to provide leadership for the education of children, youth and adults.
Parish Profile available on our website https://www.stjameslanghorne.org

Interim Position - Church of the Advent, Kennett Square

Church of the Advent, Kennett Square

Full Time

Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and OTM to Canon Arlette Benoit Joseph at abenoitjoseph@diopa.org by November 30th 2021.

Description

Church of the Advent, Kennett Square is a congregation who joins together for worship, service, and fellowship. They are proud to carry on the traditions that have made them a vibrant parish for many years. They are also a forward-looking parish committed to making Christ visible in their community and the world. They have been servicing Kennett Square and the surrounding communities for over 135 years.
Learn more here:
https://www.adventks.org

Interim Position - Christ Church, Philadelphia

Christ Church, Philadelphia

Full Time

Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and OTM to Canon Arlette Benoit Joseph at abenoitjoseph@diopa.org by November 30th 2021.

Description

At 325 years old, Christ Church still needs pilgrims and seekers to help them discern their way. They invite others to visit their inclusive community so that together, they can listen for God’s voice. Standing steadfast in service to Philadelphia, proud of their traditions of worship from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, they seek the interpretations of Holy Scripture that will expand their trust in the magnitude of God’s grace. Learn more here:
https://christchurchphila.org

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Laity Positions

Part-Time Property Manager - St. Martin's, Radnor

St. Martin's, 400 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087

Part Time

Submit resume and cover letter to St. Martin`s Church, 400 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087, Attention: parish administrator.
Email submissions should be sent to admin@stmartinsradnor.org.

Description

St. Martin’s Church is looking for a part-time (approximately 20 hrs per week, some on-call availability) on-site Property Manager at St. Martin`s Church in Radnor, PA. Ideal candidate will have experience in property management to include serving as
primary contact for utility service providers. General maintenance duties involve cleaning and vacuuming, ordering cleaning supplies, trash removal, and small repairs. Occasional setting-up and taking down of tables and chairs for church meetings is also required.
Responsibilities cover management of the church proper and the ancillary Bolingbroke Mansion also on the church`s 5-acre property.

Compensation: $18/hr., contributions to retirement plan.
Submit resume and cover letter to St. Martin`s Church, 400 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087, Attention: parish administrator.
Email submissions should be sent to admin@stmartinsradnor.org.

Part-Time Parish Administrator - St. John's (Huntingdon Valley) & Church of Our Saviour

St. John's (Huntingdon Valley) & Church of Our Saviour

Part Time

Applicants may direct inquiries & resumes to stjohnshvoffice@gmail.com

Description

St. John's (Huntingdon Valley) & Church of Our Saviour seek qualified candidates for the part-time position of Parish Administrator. Responsibilities include coordination of church communications, publications, and schedules. Ideal candidates will have office experience, strong interpersonal & organizational skills, an ability to multi-task, and a high level of attention to detail; familiarity with Office, Publisher, and Quickbooks preferred. Applicants may direct inquiries & resumes to stjohnshvoffice@gmail.com

Part-Time Communications Associate - Anti-Racism Commission

Remote

Part Time

Barbara Ballenger, ARC Co-Chair, arc@diopa.org. 

Description

Racial discrimination and inequality remain a formidable barrier to quality education, employment, housing, health care, and equal justice under the law in throughout the nation. As Episcopalians, we are called to racial justice and repair, understood as the spiritual practice of seeking loving, liberating, and life-giving relationships with God and one another, as well as our communities, institutions, and society.

The mission of the diocesan Anti-Racism Commission is to educate, advocate, and act to eliminate racism, discrimination and intolerance; to build loving relationships; and to restore and repair ourselves and each other. ARC offers anti-racism workshops, resources and support for clergy and lay people in the Diocese of Pennsylvania.

The ARC is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced, and skilled writer and communicator, who understands the ARC mission. As our Communications Associate, you would work for 10 hours a week and would take the lead on writing content for ARC, including electronic newsletters, articles, and social media posts. The position is responsible for developing and executing multi-platform communications strategies designed to build awareness of ARC training opportunities, and anti-racism theology. This position pays $15 per hour.
This position is for you if:
● You are enthusiastic about working part-time leading the communications effort for the Commission.
● You communicate clearly and effectively —in meetings, by phone and email, speaking to groups, one-on-one, and on social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
● Like to help translate social media analytics into actions and strategy.
● You have an entrepreneurial spirit. You have what it takes to “do more with less” and have a strong ability to problem-solve.
● You can prioritize and synergize materials so that all communications platforms work together synergistically.
● You have the flexibility to manage ongoing tasks while taking on new ones and the decisiveness to troubleshoot issues as they arise.
● You are looking for communications and/or justice engagements to build your resume.

Requirements

● You have experience in nonprofit or community-based programming.
● A strong background in social media engagement and outreach.
● You are adept with standard office software such as Constant Contact, Google products (Gmail, Google calendar, Google Suite), Canva, mass communication tools, and internet research. You are familiar with content management of blog platforms.
● Undergraduate degree or higher required.

This is a contract position with the commission, not the diocese. To be considered for this position, submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample (links to online materials you created can be included) to arc@diopa.org attention Barbara Ballenger, ARC Co-Chair by Nov. 30, 2021.

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