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 - All Hallows, Wyncote

All Hallows Episcopal Church, 262 Bent Road, Wyncote, PA 19095

Full Time

Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and OTM profile to Canon Arlette Benoit Joseph at


All Hallows Church occupies a central place in Wyncote. We steward a beautiful campus: an architecturally significant church, glorious stained-glass, an historic organ, and a Parish House that supports our mission. We are known for liturgy, music and education. We welcome newcomers with inviting coffee hours; our energetic Spiritual Life Committee has offered programs for spiritual discovery and enrichment. We are financially strong. We will roll up our sleeves to create a vibrant parish. We have exciting but realistic aspirations. We seek an approachable, energetic, innovative and communicative priest to guide the parish as we rebuild.

Our next rector will join a congregation that has coalesced through challenging losses – small in number, large in heart and hopeful for the future. The people of All Hallows value spiritual growth and development, the Anglican liturgical tradition, and compelling scripturally-based preaching that is relevant to our lives. Music and the arts are important in our spirituality and worship. We aspire to express our strong inward faith by extending the All Hallows spirit to new domains of service in the near community and beyond. The ideal candidate will provide pastoral care and spiritual guidance to a committed parish and help us grow the congregation.

We seek a priest with an entrepreneurial heart who is up for the challenges of leadership, who welcomes collegiality in a parish with a glorious history, and who has the will to work with us as we invent a bright future for All Hallows.

Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and OTM profile to Canon Arlette Benoit Joseph at

The Parish Profile can be found at:

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Laity Positions

PT Music Director - St. Luke's, Germantown

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 5421 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, Pa 19144

Part Time

If you would like to participate in our search and obtain additional details, please send an email explaining your interest to Applications will only be received until May 15, 2021.


We are a vibrant, welcoming Episcopal parish in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, and we have been serving this community for more than 200 years. We are a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, the Episcopal Church, and the Anglican Communion. We
worship in the “Anglo-Catholic” tradition, and you can find more information about our parish at our website,

Our music program is rooted in the traditions of Anglican church music and African American hymns and spirituals. We are proud of our historic 1894 organ built by C.C. Michell. Our parish values a high-quality music ministry, which deepens our worship experience for the entire faith

We are seeking qualified applicants for the position of part-time music director, who will lead our music program, which principally provides sacred music for Sunday services, for Holy Days, and for other parish celebrations.
Our music director serves as choirmaster and organist, and our ideal candidate will be a confident choral conductor with a desire to teach and work with musicians of all ages and abilities, a detail-oriented administrator, a kind and collegial pastoral presence, and a strong organist. They are expected to enhance our already vibrant music program, continue our traditions of excellence in organ and choral music, and enhance the spiritual growth of our parish--while being musically flexible and also willing to use our new audio-visual and live streaming capabilities.

Our music program includes the main St. Cecilia’s Choir, which consists of unpaid and professional singers, with weekly rehearsals and High Mass services. Our program also has included a bell choir and various forms of youth choirs, which the parish would like to see reinvigorated, as well as occasional professional vocal and instrumental soloists. We would like to explore expanding our music program to other formats that would extend beyond our main, more formal service.

If you would like to participate in our search and obtain additional details, please send an email explaining your interest to Applications will only be received until May 15, 2021.

Senior Accountant - Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania

23 E. Airy Street, Norristown, PA 19401

Full Time

Please send resume & pay requirements to


The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania Senior Accountant is an exempt staff position which has as its major responsibility the performance of financial, investment, budgetary and organizational duties to support the ministry of the Diocese of Pennsylvania and the Bishop of the Diocese of Pennsylvania in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and policies. This position also assists the Bishop's Office as needed, and functions as a member of the team. The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania Senior Accountant is responsible for managing and controlling the accounting functions of the organization which include treasury, investments, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, general ledger, fixed assets, audits, financial reporting, & budgeting.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Prepare journal entries as needed.
• Perform monthly reconciliations of all bank accounts.
• Conduct monthly and annual closings.
• Maintain chart of accounts and determine proper account coding for all classes of transactions in accordance with organization policy.
• Create and review general ledger reports to ensure accuracy of general ledger activity.
• Prepare monthly financial reports which summarize and forecast organizational business activity, performance against budget and financial position in areas of income, expenses, earnings and cash flow based on past, present, and expected operations.
• Participate in preparation of budgets, review budget proposals, and prepare necessary supporting documentation and justification.
• Work with management and other departments to provide timely reviews and reports of the organization's financial status and progress within its various programs and activities.
• Prepare analyses and documents in preparation for the annual independent audits.
• Work closely with the Senior Accounting Specialist to ensure that position’s responsibilities are successfully achieved.
• Support Canon for Finance & Business as needed.

Specific Experience Required:
• Minimum of 5-7 years progressive accounting experience.
• Combination of profit and not-for-profit background gained in a complex environment with a complete understanding of fund accounting.
• Strong systems background using an integrated financial software package. Knowledge of Blackbaud Financial Edge a plus.
• Faith based experienced a plus.
• Excellent computer skills must include Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat.

Required Competencies and Characteristics:
• Strong organizational skills
• High attention to detail to ensure accuracy.
• Strong sense of urgency and situational awareness.
• Team player with strong interpersonal skills.
• Strong written and oral communication skills.

• Bachelor's degree in Accounting
• CPA and/or MBA highly desirable

Excellent benefit package including 403b supplemental pension with 10% employer contribution, life insurance, and short & long term disability insurance. Please send resume & pay requirements to

PT Parish Administrator - St. Peter's in the Great Valley

St. Peter's Church in the Great Valley, 2475 St. Peter's Road Malvern, PA 19355

Part Time

The Reverend Abigail Crozier Nestlehutt at or 610-644-2261 to inquire. If you wish to apply, please send a cover letter and resume. 


St. Peter's Church in the Great Valley is a vibrant parish in Chester County. With 16 acres, two worship spaces, and a play based preschool we are perfectly positioned in the midst of an area of growth. Our approach to ministry is collaborative and joyful. St. Peter's is the sort of place where we roll up our sleeves to get things done together. As we say at the start of most worship services, "St Peter's Church in the Great Valley is a strong community of faith. Ready to love, to serve, and to welcome."

We seek a 28 hr/wk Parish Administrator to assist the clergy, staff, wardens, and other lay leaders in the day-to-day oversight of the parish and to create and update printed and electronic media (e.g., leaflets, directories, webpage), maintain parish records, calendars, track pastoral care needs as directed and coordinate the supply of goods and services, in addition to other assigned duties. Additionally, this position will involve financial data entry and management, including accounts payable, employee payroll, and financial reporting. The position is expected to follow appropriate standards of confidentiality and adhere to the applicable doctrine and discipline of the Episcopal Church. The work is varied and engaging and the office atmosphere is one of kindness and respect. We seek to do our best and also learn from our mistakes. Importantly, our approach is positive. We are eager to try new things and also appreciative of systems that do not need to be changed.

Please contact The Reverend Abigail Crozier Nestlehutt at or 610-644-2261 to inquire. If you wish to apply, please send a cover letter and resume.

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