Below you will find a listing of jobs available in other areas of ministry. These listings are not screened prior to posting; please take care when inquiring.

Please contact employers before submitting application materials since the status of job openings can change rapidly.

San Francisco, CA: Director of Alumni Relations

Posted March 21, 2017

San Francisco Theological Seminary seeks a Director of Alumni Relations.  The Director of Alumni Relations, a full time position, is responsible for the planning and implementation of programs and projects that strategically engage alumni in strengthening programs and providing tangible benefits to alumni and current students at San Francisco Theological Seminary. The Director is also responsible for creating, cultivating, and supporting lifelong relationships among the San Francisco Theological family.

For full job description and how to apply, see their listing here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Colorado Springs, CO: Chaplain and Associate Dean of Students

Posted February 23, 2017

Colorado College (CC) is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts and sciences college of bold ideas located in the beautiful city of Colorado Springs on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains at the foot of Pikes Peak. Known for its “Block Plan,” Colorado College educates its students one course at a time through a highly engaged and immersive learning process. Creating a campus culture that honors community and is truly creative and innovative, valuing different backgrounds, experiences, ideas, and opinions is central to the institutional mission and strategic priorities of the College. As a truly global learning center, Colorado College educates over 2,100 undergraduate students from 48 states and 29 foreign countries. Twenty-six percent of the student body are domestic students of color, seven percent are international, and approximately seven percent are first-generation college students.

The Chaplain and Associate Dean of Students (Chaplain/ADOS) provides leadership in the ethical, religious, and spiritual dimensions of community life, serving students, faculty, and staff at Colorado College. Partnering with campus and external colleagues, the Chaplain/ADOS develops and supports programs, activities, and conversations that foster a welcoming and supportive environment where religious and spiritual practice and exploration can occur. As a direct report to the Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Students, the Chaplain/ADOS is an integral member of the Division of Student Life and is responsible for actively supporting strategic goals of the Division and regularly participating in all-staff meetings, sponsored programs, and community building events. Promoting spiritual engagement as part of the human experience and raising the visibility and value of religious and spiritual practice, as well as inter- and intra-faith dialogue across all faith traditions are important responsibilities of the position. Along with other members of the Office of the Chaplain, the Chaplain/ADOS provides pastoral care to campus community members; leads or facilitates opportunities for prayer, reflection, meditation, worship, and retreats; supports the observance of religious holidays; and leads spiritual exercises at important moments in the life of the College, such as convocation and graduation.

As a community builder, the Chaplain/ADOS will serve as the College’s liaison to area churches and other religious institutions; will foster a shared vision, mutual respect, trust, and civil discourse among diverse religious and spiritual groups/individuals; and will organize and participate in movements for peace, service, and social justice with a focus on facilitating healing and advancing positive change among individuals, communities, and systems. The Chaplain/ADOS will administer a budget in excess of $100,000 (operating and endowment funds) and lead an Office currently consisting of one other chaplain, a coordinator for Jewish life, and office manager. This position is a 12 month, full-time, non-faculty appointment.

Click here for more information on job requirements and how to apply.

Application Deadline: March 17, 2017


Macon, GA: Campus Minister

Posted February 16, 2017.

The Wesley Foundation is searching for their next full-time Campus Minister. Wesley of Macon is a growing, creative, mission and community centered United Methodist campus ministry serving Mercer University, Wesleyan College, Middle Georgia State University and the college-aged young adults of greater Macon, Georgia.

For more information, visit their website here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Louisville, KY: Managing Editor, Unbound

Posted February 16, 2017.

Unbound is structured as a Presbyterian Church (USA) operated website with its unique domain name and editorial advisors, who help guide its Reformed ethical thinking and outreach to online readers. As much as 25% of this position serves young-adult focused projects and organizing efforts of the Compassion, Peace, Justice ministry area.

For full description visit their website here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Durham, NC:Resident Musician

Posted November 16, 2016

Durham County Beers and Hymns seeks resident musicians assist the lead musician and coordinator in planning and putting on sing-along events in various venues in North Carolina and possibly beyond. The job will require 12-18 hours per month with a monthly stipend of $200.

For more information:Durham County Beer and Hymns

Women and persons of color are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: Open till filled.