Rss http://www.orthodoxjobs.com test description en-us Thu, 18 Oct 2018 08:12:48 GMT Thu, 18 Oct 2018 08:12:48 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/rss/ Weblog Editor 2.0 editor@example.com webmaster@example.com <![CDATA[Economics Adjunct Instructor, Management Leadership Program]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49554/Economics-Adjunct-Instructor,-Management-Leadership-Program.html

Summary:

 

Hellenic College in Brookline, MA is seeking a part-time adjunct instructor for the Spring, 2019 semester to teach Economics. This course is part of the program core requirements for undergraduate students majoring in Management & Leadership. 

 

The course description is as follows:

 

MGMT3113 This course is divided into two parts: on micro- and macro-economics.  The focus in the first half is on managerial decisions concerning demand, costs, profitability, and competitive strategies. Students analyze real world markets and firms using the basic concepts of microeconomics.  In the second half, the focus is on developing an understanding of the main forces and trends in th eeconomy, how they are interrelated and how policy makers try to affect them.  Students will examine how changes in the macro economy affect managerial decisions.

 

 

Relocation assistance is not available for this position.

 

Application Deadline: December 15, 2018

 

Please forward responses to: resumes@hchc.edu

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                              Hellenic College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                    A diverse workforce and an inclusive culture is valued

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Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:46:31 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49554/Economics-Adjunct-Instructor,-Management-Leadership-Program.html
<![CDATA[Church Secretary/Office Administrator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49553/Church-Secretary-Office-Administrator.html

Looking for a church secretary to greet parishioners as they call or enter the church office, manage phone calls, enter parishioner data into computer system and produce church publications. Must be able to proficiently use a computer, handle emails, manage scheduling, and know Microsoft Office programs, and be able to, or learn how to, update website.  Must have general understanding of the Orthodox Church, be an Orthodox Christian, and be able to follow and take direction of the Parish Priest.  Confidentiality and pleasant personality are a must.  Must be a motivated individual who can complete tasks on a timeline and maintain a general office setting.  Greek language skills a plus but not a must.

This is a part time job position and does not include health or retirement benefits.

Resume needed as well as references.  One clergy reference would also be preferred.

30hrs a week 

9am-2pm M-F 

St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox Church

1855 East 5th Avenue 

Aurora, Il

Please email your resume to saintathanasiosoffice@gmail.com

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Wed, 10 Oct 2018 09:51:08 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49553/Church-Secretary-Office-Administrator.html
<![CDATA[Theophany School- Saint Catherine's Mentorship Program]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49552/Theophany-School--Saint-Catherine's-Mentorship-Program.html

Do you love children? Are you looking for more opportunities professionally?  Have you always wanted to be in a classroom, but didn’t know how to make it happen? Have you dreamed of working in an Orthodox environment? You could be the right fit for the Saint Catherine’s Mentorship Program at Theophany School in Needham. We have successfully trained two teachers in the past year who remain on our staff. We are looking for the right individual to train for our new program, Little Doves, which educates our youngest students, 18-33 months.

We will help certify you as an Early Education teacher by providing you with the requisite education, training, and experience. This will give you the opportunity to stay on as a staff member and open a door to a new occupation and a professional license.

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Sat, 29 Sep 2018 06:08:22 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49552/Theophany-School--Saint-Catherine's-Mentorship-Program.html
<![CDATA[Systems Support Specialist]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49551/Systems-Support-Specialist.html

Status:  Full-time, exempt

Reports to:  Chief Technology Officer

Summary of Position:  The Systems Support Specialist works for the Systems and Information Technologies (IT) department of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, under the supervision of the Chief Technology Officer. The Systems Support Specialist assists the Chief Technology Officer in managing daily operations of the IT department.

Areas of Responsibility and Duties

The duties of the Systems Support Specialist include (but are not limited to):

  • Regularly assessing infrastructure to ensure it meets necessary demands;
  • Developing new strategies and IT procedures to increase efficiency, enhance workflow, and improve user satisfaction;
  • Developing and maintaining local networks in ways that optimize performance;
  • Coordinating the needs of in-house IT experts and remote employees, vendors, and contractors;
  • Protecting customer data from outside infiltration through encryption, secure data storage, and other necessary means;
  • Ensuring security and privacy of networks and computer systems;
  • Assisting with installation of new hardware and software and training employees on its use;
  • Designing and installing well-functioning computer networks, networks, and cabling;
  • Performing troubleshooting for system failures and identify bottlenecks to ensure long-term network efficiency;
  • Diagnosing and resolving other problems (replacing or repairing parts, debugging, etc);
  • Maintaining and repairing of hardware and peripheral devices;
  • Inspecting LAN infrastructure to fix problems/bugs;
  • Testing and configuring software;
  • Organizing and scheduling upgrades and maintenance without disrupting employees’ and students’ work;
  • Conducting and monitoring regular data backups to protect the Seminary’s information;
  • Providing technical direction and offering comprehensive advice and instructions to co-workers on computer and network usage;
  • Setting up workstations with computers and necessary peripheral devices (routers, printers, etc);
  • Checking computer hardware (HDD, keyboards, etc) to ensure functionality;
  • Installing and configuring appropriate software and functions according to specifications;
  • Maintaining record/logs of repairs and fixes and maintenance schedule;
  • Identifying computer or network equipment shortages and placing orders;
  • Documenting infrastructure, procedures, instructions, policies, and network schematics;
  • Other work-related duties as assigned.

 The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

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Fri, 28 Sep 2018 14:55:07 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49551/Systems-Support-Specialist.html
<![CDATA[Church Secretary]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49550/Church-Secretary.html

Front line position in an establisehd mid size parish, working with two Priests and Parish Administrator. Responsibilities  will include greeting parishioners and  guests, answering phones, assisting with weekly bulletin and publishing the bi monthly bulletin. Coordination of master calendar and working with webmaster in maintaining electronic communications.  Other Responsiblies include scheduling, processing and recording all sacraments. Clerical duties will include  weekly processing of Accounts Payable and Accounts Recievable and coordination of bulk mailings and weekly email blast.     

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Wed, 26 Sep 2018 15:21:53 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49550/Church-Secretary.html
<![CDATA[Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49549/Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministry.html

Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago Initiates Search for New Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry

CHICAGO, IL, September, 21, 2018– His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael today announced that the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago is accepting applications for the position of Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries. Interested candidates can find a detailed job description here.  

“The Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry is responsible for developing, coordinating and overseeing programs that help our young people cultivate their love for God and neighbor,” said His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael. “Our programs, including Fanari Camp, GOYA, and college campus ministry, help shape the hearts and minds of future leaders and connect them to Christ and the broader life of the Church.”

With the assistance of expert advisors in youth ministry, His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael said he will be personally involved in the review of applications and interview of candidates in order to select the most qualified individual. The search will be nationwide in scope. 

“Attracting young people back to the Church and increasing participation in our youth programs are top priorities for our Metropolis,” continued His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael. “The individual who ultimately fills this position will share and be committed to this vision as an experienced and enthusiastic servant-leader.”

 

 

Candidates must submit a cover letter, resume and two letters of recommendation (one from clergy, one from a former employer in youth ministry) to metropolis@chicago.goarch.orgno later than November 1.

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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 11:26:17 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49549/Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministry.html
<![CDATA[Executive Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49548/Executive-Assistant.html

The Executive Assistant will provide full scale, executive-level, day-to-day administrative, project and travel support to the Headquarters’ Executive Team that includes the Chief Executive Officer; Chief Financial and Administrative Officer; Director of Development and Communications; and Director of Operations. This individual will be the primary liaison between the executives and their external key contacts and ensure a smooth functioning and organized Headquarters office. Additionally, this individual will be the administrative lead in coordinating staff meetings, board meetings, and other organization-wide internal and external meetings, as well as facilitate smooth and efficient telephone communications and various forms of correspondence. This individual must be capable of managing multiple, diverse assignments simultaneously, responding diplomatically to diverse stakeholders and handling sensitive information with discretion.

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Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:16:24 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49548/Executive-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[CrossRoad Assistant Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49547/CrossRoad-Assistant-Director.html

Job Title: CrossRoad Assistant Director (Part-Time)

The CrossRoad Summer Institute is a ten-day academic summer institute that prepares high school juniors and seniors to make big life decisions and invites them to connect with the Orthodox Christian theological and spiritual tradition. Participants from all over the country come together to experience daily worship, take theology classes from some of the best professors in the country, visit local parishes, serve their neighbor, tour the city, and be part of a life-giving community.

General Position Summary 

The CR Assistant Director will (1) in conjunction with the CrossRoad Director, plan and run three ten-day summer sessions; (2) assist the Director in organizing CrossRoad alumni initiatives (retreat and newsletter); (3) work in collaboration with the OVM team.

During the academic year, the Assistant Director will work part time (15-20 hours/week). Increased hours during the summer.

Reports to: CrossRoad Director & OVM Director

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Thu, 20 Sep 2018 14:28:37 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49547/CrossRoad-Assistant-Director.html
<![CDATA[Undergraduate Internship]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49544/Undergraduate-Internship.html

The Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America invites undergraduate students to apply for one of two opportunities. 

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Thu, 13 Sep 2018 17:12:12 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49544/Undergraduate-Internship.html
<![CDATA[Programs Coordinator & Special Assistant to the Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49543/Programs-Coordinator-&-Special-Assistant-to-the-Director.html

Description

The Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical & Interfaith Relations of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America is seeking someone to fill the full-time position of Programs Coordinator & Special Assistant to the Director. The position will not only handle administrative tasks but also manage ongoing communication, creative projects, as well as ecumenical, interfaith, and United Nations portfolios.

Responsibilities

The following are non-exhaustive responsibilities for the Administrative Assistant
  • Coordinate the Programs of the Department:
    • Engage social issues across partnerships
    • Maintain partnerships & compliance
    • Organize events

  • Compile reports for:
    • Department finances
    • Archdiocesan Council Meetings
    • Clergy-Laity

  • Manage the Department’s communications including: 
    • Phone correspondence
    • Written correspondence
    • Email correspondence
    • Monthly Newsletter

  • Assist with:
    • Office supplies
    • Scheduling
    • Special projects
    • Processing finance requests
 
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Thu, 13 Sep 2018 17:12:05 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49543/Programs-Coordinator-&-Special-Assistant-to-the-Director.html
<![CDATA[Marketing and Development Manager]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49542/Marketing-and-Development-Manager.html

The Marketing and Development Manager (MDM) at Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School is a part-time position focused on promoting the school, internally to current families and externally to the broader Orthodox community of Chicago, and raising funds for the school from current families, alumni, and friends. Guardian Angel seeks an individual with strong communication and technology skills and an enthusiasm for Orthodox education.

Responsibilities will include:
• Develop and implement school marketing plan, including web and social media presence, newsletters, and print advertising
• Develop and implement school fundraising plan, including annual appeal and Gala
• Develop and implement alumni program, including events and newsletter
• Collaborate with directors, staff, and volunteers
• Maintain donor and alumni database
• Attend and report on school events
• Support grant writing
• Staff and report at marketing and development committee meetings and some school board meetings

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Tue, 11 Sep 2018 06:55:45 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49542/Marketing-and-Development-Manager.html
<![CDATA[Choir Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49541/Choir-Director.html

St. Spiridon Orthodox Cathedral (OCA) in Seattle, WA is seeking a choir director to lead our singers and faithful in the Divine services. The position is available after October 1, 2018

Responsibilities:

  • Conducting weekly Vespers/Vigil and Sunday Divine Liturgy; as well as major feasts, weekday services as prescribed, Sacraments and funerals
  • Directing weekly choir rehearsals; mentoring/recruiting new singers, and cultivating a small group of capable directors
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Thu, 06 Sep 2018 15:22:42 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49541/Choir-Director.html
<![CDATA[Administrator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49540/Administrator.html

Front line person in office of established, medium-size Greek Orthodox parish (300+ families), working under veteran priest, a full time pastoral assistant, part time bookkeeper, and a capable and cooperative parish council.  Oversee office tasks - greeting people and answering phone; writing letters and bulletins (Sunday and monthly); maintain parish files and records that includes a secure computer program with  membership data, ministry groups, email, stewardship of time, talents & finances, and calendar; assisting with documentation; preserve confidentiality; maintain bulletin boards; ordering supplies; assisting with organizing Sunday coffee hour, receptions, and special events (such as annual Greek festival).  Definite potential for full time employment if person has proper skills to complement other staff.  Starting date:  Sept 17, 2018

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Wed, 05 Sep 2018 08:08:42 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49540/Administrator.html
<![CDATA[Greek School Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49539/Greek-School-Teacher.html

Greek school teacher needed at Prophet Elias church for the upcoming school year. Please send resume/qualifications to prophet@prophetelias.org .

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Tue, 04 Sep 2018 22:53:51 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49539/Greek-School-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Family Life Center Director / Pastoral Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49538/Family-Life-Center-Director---Pastoral-Assistant.html

Background

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church serves the Greater Buffalo area for over 100 years. It consists of 600 families and has an active presence among the Orthodox Christian population and beyond. Our administrative and worship center is located in the city of Buffalo around our beautiful church of the Annunciation. Over a number of years the church has pursued the vision of creating an additional center in the eastern suburbs of Buffalo in order to strengthen the connection with our families who primarily live outside the city of Buffalo. A parcel of 30 acres was purchased in Lancaster NY. Construction of the Family Life Center started in the summer of 2016 and the opening of the center is anticipated in September 2018. The center, which consists of over 15,000 sq feet, includes a chapel, banquet hall, library, youth room, kitchen, offices etc.

Job description

The Director of the FLC under the guidance of the proistamenos of the parish will provide support and continuity to existing programs and facilitate the growth of future Parish programs with a particular emphasis on youth related activities. Although the Director’s primary focus will be the programs at the FLC, at times the Director will assist in programs at the downtown center, especially on Sundays.

Qualifications and Required Skills:

At a minimum, the Director/Pastoral Assistant needs to demonstrate the following:

  • A member in good standing and active in the liturgical life of an Orthodox Christian Church Parish. Knowledgeable about the beliefs, and practices of the Church preferred.
  • A sense of calling to Church and youth ministry.
  • Ability to lead and engage youth with age appropriate topics.
  • Ability to plan, organize, lead and guide complex projects and spontaneous activities related to Parish activities and youth ministries.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to create and sustain excellent working relationships with other staff members and develop a support team of volunteers made up of team players.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and ability to manage time effectively.
  • Ability to plan, organize, direct, and manage multiple projects.
  • Knowledge of computer systems, including word processing and electronic communication software.
  • Able to keep confidential sensitive communications with Parish Clergy and Parish Council.
  • A bachelor’s degree in a related field from accredited university or college, or equivalent combination of education and youth work experience preferred. Master’s Degree in Divinity or Theology from an accredited Orthodox Seminary is desirable.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide direct support to Parish Clergy, Parish Council, group and ministry leaders.
  • Assist the Proistamenos as an extension of his non-liturgical ministry in the Parish.
  • Assist Parish Priest in planning a weekly schedule of activities at theFamily Life Center for all ministries of the Parish.
  • Assist Parish Clergy to promote an active liturgical life, service projects and events of the Parish and local community.
  • Assist Parish Clergy in the creation, implementation, organization, and execution of the various ministries that include but are not limited to: HOPE, JOY, GOYA, YAL, and OCF programs.
  • Oversee the operation of all youth-related programs.
  • Keep current the master/annual calendar of all Parish events, meetings and activities.
  • Establish event planning checklist and procedures for Church activities.
  • Maintain and expand regular communication with parishioners through weekly and monthly bulletins, email, website, social media, and personal contact.
  • Maintain a database of all past activities and the accompanying planning checklists for future reference.
  • Cultivate, recruit, and train parishioners to serve as youth workers.
  • Establish a volunteer database and assist group leaders with the orientation and training of volunteers for various programs and ministries.
  • Ensure the proper documentation is acquired and maintained for all young people participating in trips and programs.
  • Assist the Parish Clergy, Parish Council Treasurer and the Parish Finance Committee with preparing the youth budget and annual goals for the youth ministry.
  • Maintain a youth worker resource library.
  • Participate in Metropolitan or Archdiocesan retreats, conventions, etc.
  • Keep abreast of, participate in, and share with youth workers: training opportunities, resources, publications, and programs available through the Metropolis and Archdiocese and other relevant sources.
  • Assist the Clergy in the planning and execution of the vacation bible school.
  • Develop and implement additional youth programs with approval of Clergy.
  • Recruit parents and appropriate adults to serve as chaperones and as youth workers with the approval of the Parish Clergy.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Other General Expectations

  • Attend Parish worship services, its fellowships and events, its youth events and outings, and any aspect of Parish Administration required by the Proistamenos.
  • Always exhibit professionalism, demonstrated by a well-groomed appearance, conscientious work ethic and accountability.
  • Dependable, flexible, punctual and conscientious, honest, trustworthy and self-motivated.
  • Willing to be able to work at a fast pace with a variety of settings and circumstances, with composure and flexibility. 
  • Willing to work evenings and weekends occasionally.
  • Be ever conscientious of the need for confidentiality.
  • Be a person who gives extreme attention to details with an eye for excellence.
  • Have an energetic attitude with the willingness to seek new information, training, and resources when needed.
  • Comfortable working in an unstructured environment.

Reporting Structure: The Director/Pastoral Assistant reports directly to the Proistamenos on all spiritual matters and program development.

  • Meet with Parish Clergy before and after all youth activities/programs as well as providing regular reports and updates regarding the progress and impacts of the programs.
  • Provide monthly written reports to the Parish Council and attend Parish Council meetings as requested.
  • Written report and presentation to the General Assembly at least annually.
  • Work with and meet regularly with Parish Clergy, the Parish youth ministry team and any youth advisory groups to promote cohesion and coordination in all aspects of youth ministry.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Full-Time Position.
  • $40,000 yearly salary.
  • Retirement participation available.
  • Job-related expense reimbursements.

In Addition, this Position Requires:

  • Background Check
  • Archdiocese Youth Protection Policy Training
  • CPR Certification
  • Two Professional References

 

To apply or learn more about this position, email Fr. Christos at frchristos@yahoo.com

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Tue, 04 Sep 2018 14:16:55 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49538/Family-Life-Center-Director---Pastoral-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Director of Programs (Youth/Young Adult Ministries)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49537/Director-of-Programs-(Youth-Young-Adult-Ministries).html

 

SUMMARY

Serves as liaison between all youth and young adult ministries, the Parish Council and clergy. Works to actualize the mission statement for Youth and Young Adult Ministries at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and to help youth and young adults establish, nurture and strengthen a relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.  The Director will formulate, coordinate and oversee the current Youth and Young Adult Ministries and Sunday School Program of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church under the guidance and immediate supervision of the Parish Priest and Parish Council.  This includes all religious, cultural and social activities as well as program administrative duties.

Ability/willingness to work flexible work schedule to include evenings, weekends and holidays as needed to support the program, community and church activities.

JOB RESPONSIBILTIES

  • Along with the Parish Priest and Parish Council, will assist in overseeing all youth and young adult ministries, programs and their volunteers, ensureing that ministries led by volunteers remain faithful to mission statement for Youth and Young Adult ministries.  Youth and Young Adult Ministries include:
    • HOPE—Kindergarten-3rd grade
    • JOY—3rd-5th grade
    • GOYA—7th grade to 12th grade (meets monthly or bi-monthly
    • Acolytes—a ministry for boys and young men for service in the Altar
    • Myrrh-bearers –a ministry for girls and young women to assist during Church services.
    • Greek Folk Dance- Hellenic Golden Coins, and Ta Ellinakia
    • Religious Education—Pre-K to 10th grade  (meets every Sunday)
    • Bible Study (meets at every other week)
    • Vacation Bible School ( occurs one week in June)
    • Y.A.L. (20’s and 30’s) (meets monthly)
  • Work with the Parish Priest to recruit and train volunteer youth workers (parents and young adults) for each age group who will assist in planning and coordinating ministries and help chaperone youth activities.
  • Attend church extracurricular activities, visit team practices, visit Sunday School classes at least once a month to ensure programs are developing as planned.
  • Maintain a master mailing/email list of all the parents of the youth and young adults in the parish by age and group affiliation by using the Parish Data System.
  • Will collect youth and young adult calendars for publication in the weekly bulletin, the monthly newsletter and on the parish website.  Meetings and events will be coordinated with the Parish Life Committee to ensure that there are no conflicts.
  • Will work with Volunteer Advisors to create and/or maintain Youth and Young Adult Ministry sites on social media to communicate with and edify youth and young adults.
  • Create and maintain working relationships with other Orthodox youth workers in our region and of the Metropolis.  Support the ministries of and travels with our youth and young adults to Orthodox regional retreats, CYC Camp, FDF, and other young adult conferences.
  • Will assist Volunteer Advisors in preparing flyers for events and ensures timely placement of announcements regarding youth activities in the Newsletter or Bulletin.
  • Assist Volunteer Advisors in providing budgetary needs and ministry reports as requested by clergy and Parish Council and the General Assembly. 
  • Work with Volunteer Advisors to develop as needed fundraisers to be chaired by our youth.  These fundraisers may support the charitable activities of youth and young adult ministries and/or to offset expenses not budgeted or approved in the Youth Budget.
  • With the Volunteer Advisors set up and run periodic parent meetings to inform and foster good communication with parents and to receive their feedback.
  • Participate in continuing education/training/conferences for youth workers (continuing collegiate studies in Orthodox theology, youth and young adult ministries, religious education or a related field is encouraged).
  • Respond to inquiries to the Church regarding youth group activities.
  • Participate regularly in the liturgical life of the Church and is a steward.

 

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Fri, 31 Aug 2018 09:50:10 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49537/Director-of-Programs-(Youth-Young-Adult-Ministries).html
<![CDATA[Camp Counsellor for Orthodox Summer Camp]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49536/Camp-Counsellor-for-Orthodox-Summer--Camp.html

Working at St. Mary of Egypt summer OWL camp for children during the whole month of July 2019.

While we are an Orthdox camp we welcome children from a variety of back grounds and needs.

Excellent oppurutnity for any one interested in youth ministry and mission work among needy children.

 

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Thu, 30 Aug 2018 14:52:42 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49536/Camp-Counsellor-for-Orthodox-Summer--Camp.html
<![CDATA[Part-Time Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49535/Part-Time-Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries.html

St. George Orthodox Church is looking for a part-time (possibly full-time) Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. The Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries is responsible for the implementation, development, and evaluation of all non-liturgical programs and activities of the youth and young adults in the parish. This work will be done under the direction of the Parish Priest, and in coordination with and assistance from a team of advisors to these groups. This person will work collaboratively to create a long term vision for the Youth and Young Adults of St. George.

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Thu, 30 Aug 2018 12:39:03 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49535/Part-Time-Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries.html
<![CDATA[Pastoral Assistant/Youth Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49534/Pastoral-Assistant-Youth-Director.html

Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church in Yonkers, NY is seeking a Pastoral Assistant/Youth Director to help build our Youth program and work with the current priest on daily needs of the parish.  The individual should be an active Orthodox Christian who will work under the direct supervision of the Priest and the current Youth Director.

The Pastoral Assistant’s responsibility is the youth ministry along with any responsibilities assigned by the Priest in areas of worship and parish ministries. The Pastoral Assistant should be a self starter and self motivated to work with the parents and youth in the community to organize events for the youth. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Design and develop a strategic plan to improve youth ministry programs including, but not limited to, Hope, Joy, GOYA, and YAL.
  • Develop an annual calendar schedule of meetings and activities for the youth groups such as Bible Study, etc.  
  • Develop a program to stay in contact with youth as they go to colleges and universities and help them stay connected with the Orthodox faith.
  • Incorporate technology familiar to youth in ministry outreach via social media, email, etc.
  • Assist in managing the church office including but not limited to generating the weekly/monthly bulletins, answering phone calls and emails.  
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Sat, 18 Aug 2018 02:32:39 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49534/Pastoral-Assistant-Youth-Director.html
<![CDATA[Managing Director of Marketing and Operations, St. Vladimir's Seminary (SVS) Press]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49533/Managing-Director-of-Marketing-and-Operations,-St.-Vladimir's-Seminary-(SVS)-Press.html

 

Status:  Full-time, exempt

 

Reports to: SVS Press Advisory Committee, CFO

 

Summary of Position: The Managing Director (MD) leads the strategic vision for both the operation of SVS Press and marketing and sales of product. The MD supervises the Press and Bookstore operations. The MD represents the Press at conferences and trade shows, develops marketing materials for Press products, establishes agreements, maintains distribution networks, and works to meet sales goals and maintain a presence of SVS Press in the book publishing industry.

 

 

 

Areas of Responsibility and Duties

 

Press Operations

 

  • Works to stay within the annual budgeted financial targets

  • Schedules and chairs SVS Press Advisory Committee meetings

  • Suggests new publications and other products to the Press Advisory Committee for final approval

  • Develops marketing campaigns, catalogs, and all advertising for print and digital media

  • Analyzes marketing and promotional activities to maximize efficiencies and return

  • Penetrates new markets and distribution channels

    • Works with international distributors to ensure they receive all new releases and maintain a correct inventory of Press materials

  • Develops and expands methods to introduce new products

  • Maintains and updates Press’s website and social media

  • Determines travel schedules for appropriate trade shows and conferences

  • Works with SVS Press Advancement Team on subventions

  • Works with the Finance Office to process royalty payments for authors

  • Submits check requests for production expenses to the Finance Office

  • Authorizes payments and recommends contracts and agreements for signature by the CFO  

  • Prepares the final price lists and any special discounts for all new print publications, reprints, and special projects

  • Maintains the SVS Theological Quarterly’sdatabase and billing subscription procedures

     

Bookstore Operations

 

  • Supervises Customer Service Center and its activities, which include the following:

    • Processing orders

    • Warehousing products

    • Managing stock and inventory levels

    • Processing Bookstore payables and receivables

  • Manages sales and customer databases

  • Establishes optimum inventory levels

    • Works with Production Manager to create reprint schedule

  • Coordinates and implements Bookstore presence at special events

  • Manages SVS Press presence at both on- and off-campus events

 

 

 

The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

 

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Thu, 16 Aug 2018 11:35:43 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49533/Managing-Director-of-Marketing-and-Operations,-St.-Vladimir's-Seminary-(SVS)-Press.html
<![CDATA[Managing Director of Marketing and Operations, St. Vladimir's Seminary (SVS) Press]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49532/Managing-Director-of-Marketing-and-Operations,-St.-Vladimir's-Seminary-(SVS)-Press.html

 

Status:  Full-time, exempt

 

Reports to: SVS Press Advisory Committee, CFO

 

Summary of Position: The Managing Director (MD) leads the strategic vision for both the operation of SVS Press and marketing and sales of product. The MD supervises the Press and Bookstore operations. The MD represents the Press at conferences and trade shows, develops marketing materials for Press products, establishes agreements, maintains distribution networks, and works to meet sales goals and maintain a presence of SVS Press in the book publishing industry.

 

 

 

Areas of Responsibility and Duties

 

Press Operations

 

  • Works to stay within the annual budgeted financial targets

  • Schedules and chairs SVS Press Advisory Committee meetings

  • Suggests new publications and other products to the Press Advisory Committee for final approval

  • Develops marketing campaigns, catalogs, and all advertising for print and digital media

  • Analyzes marketing and promotional activities to maximize efficiencies and return

  • Penetrates new markets and distribution channels

    • Works with international distributors to ensure they receive all new releases and maintain a correct inventory of Press materials

  • Develops and expands methods to introduce new products

  • Maintains and updates Press’s website and social media

  • Determines travel schedules for appropriate trade shows and conferences

  • Works with SVS Press Advancement Team on subventions

  • Works with the Finance Office to process royalty payments for authors

  • Submits check requests for production expenses to the Finance Office

  • Authorizes payments and recommends contracts and agreements for signature by the CFO  

  • Prepares the final price lists and any special discounts for all new print publications, reprints, and special projects

  • Maintains the SVS Theological Quarterly’sdatabase and billing subscription procedures

     

Bookstore Operations

 

  • Supervises Customer Service Center and its activities, which include the following:

    • Processing orders

    • Warehousing products

    • Managing stock and inventory levels

    • Processing Bookstore payables and receivables

  • Manages sales and customer databases

  • Establishes optimum inventory levels

    • Works with Production Manager to create reprint schedule

  • Coordinates and implements Bookstore presence at special events

  • Manages SVS Press presence at both on- and off-campus events

 

 

 

The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

 

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Thu, 16 Aug 2018 11:35:32 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49532/Managing-Director-of-Marketing-and-Operations,-St.-Vladimir's-Seminary-(SVS)-Press.html
<![CDATA[Youth Director/Parish Administrator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49531/Youth-Director-Parish-Administrator.html
  • Plan and execute programs for youth of all ages
  • Oversee Sunday Church School
  • Teach youth in various settings
  • Administrator of the daily functions of the Church office
  • Assist the priest in the ministry of the Church as needed
  • Assist in the Divine Services of the Church

Salary is $30,000 plus housing and benefits

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Thu, 09 Aug 2018 16:58:04 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49531/Youth-Director-Parish-Administrator.html
<![CDATA[Kindergarten Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49040/Kindergarten-Teacher.html

The Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School in Des Plaines, IL, is seeking a Kindergarten teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants should have a degree in Elementary Education as well as a desire to teach in an Orthodox Christian setting. Interested candidates should be eager to collaborate with colleagues to create academically rich and motivating learning experiences which bring out the talents of students, revealing the image of Christ within them.

Email resumes to the GAODS Principal: Mrs. Irene Robaidek at irobaidek@gaods.org

For more information, visit our website: gaods.org or call 847.827.5510 ext 104


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Mon, 06 Aug 2018 08:18:29 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49040/Kindergarten-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Missions Administrative Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49451/Missions-Administrative-Assistant.html

An immediate staffing need for an Administrative Assistant to serve both the Missionary and Mission Teams Directors. The primary role is to assist in all administrative and clerical functions associated with the recruitment, training, and deployment of missionaries and short-term team members.

The position will require regular interfacing with clergy as well as team and missionary applicants, candidates, team members and missionaries serving in the field.  We are searching for someone who can work effectively with supervisors, peers and subordinate personnel; work in a detailed and organized manner with a professional attitude; someone with basic computer skills and capability to learn new computer skills; and has an interest in the mission work of the Church.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Assist in all departmental administrative and clerical aspects of the Missionary and Teams programs, especially efforts related to answering inquiries, recruiting support, missionary/team member file creation and maintenance, and missionary/team member support.
  2. Assist with monitoring projects conducted by missionaries and teams as required.
  3. Scheduling of evaluation, orientation and training in preparation for deployment.
  4. Assist in researching, tracking and issuing of financial information and reports for missionaries and team members.
  5. Track program indicators and assist with preparation of departmental management reports.
  6. General administrative tasks such as typing, filing, data-entry, and working with spreadsheets.
  7. Perform other work-related duties as required.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing ministry with competitive compensation and medical insurance.

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Wed, 01 Aug 2018 13:09:31 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49451/Missions-Administrative-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Preschool Teacher Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49527/Preschool-Teacher-Assistant.html

Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School is seeking a part-time preschool teacher assistant to aid the lead teacher in instructing students (3-6 years of age).  Classroom activities are designed to promote spiritual, social, intellectual and physical growth needed for primary school.  Teaching assistants who are interested in working in an Orthodox Christian environment with early childhood background or experience in education are preferred.  Please call 847-827-5519 ext 104 with any questions.  Resumes should be sent to Mrs. Maria Kroll, Preschool Director, at mkroll@gaods.org .

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Sun, 29 Jul 2018 14:53:26 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49527/Preschool-Teacher-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Knd - Gr. 6 Math Resource Teacher Part Time]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49397/Knd---Gr.-6--Math-Resource-Teacher--Part-Time.html

The Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School, a Pre-K thru 6th Grade Elementary School located at the Parish of St. John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Des Plaines, IL, is seeking a Part-Time Math Resource Teacher. Applicants should have a degree in Education with a specialty in Math as well as a desire to teach in an Orthodox Christian setting. Interested candidates should be eager to collaborate with colleagues to create academically rich and motivating learning experiences which bring out the talents of students, revealing the image of God within them.

Applicants should email resumes to: Irene Robaidek at irobaidek@gaods.org

For more information, visit our website: gaods.org or call 847.827.5510.

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Sun, 29 Jul 2018 14:34:25 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49397/Knd---Gr.-6--Math-Resource-Teacher--Part-Time.html
<![CDATA[Knd - 6th Grade Music Educator - Part Time]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49274/Knd---6th-Grade-Music-Educator---Part-Time.html

The Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School is seeking a part-time Music Educator (1 day a week) to teach Kindergarten through 6th Grade students.  Interested candidates should be certified in Music Education with a desire to teach in an Orthodox Christian school environment.  Responsibilities include teaching Music Education standards, Orthodox Christian chanting, and supporting the school's yearly Christmas Program and Spring Program.  Please call 847-827-5519 ext 104 with any questions.  Resumes should be sent to Mrs. Irene Robaidek, Principal, at irobaidek@gaods,org.  

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Sun, 29 Jul 2018 14:30:54 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49274/Knd---6th-Grade-Music-Educator---Part-Time.html
<![CDATA[Grades 5 and 6 Science Teacher Part Time]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/48789/Grades-5-and-6-Science-Teacher--Part-Time.html

The Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School, an Orthodox Christian Elementary School located at the Parish of St. John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Des Plaines, IL, is seeking a Part Time Grades 5 and 6 Science Teacher.  Applicants should have a degree in Education with a specialty in Science as well as a desire to teach in an Orthodox Christian setting. Interested candidates should be eager to collaborate with colleagues to create academically rich and motivating learning experiences which bring out the talents of students, revealing the image of Christ within them.

Applicants should email resumes to: Irene Robaidek at irobaidek@gaods.org

For more information, visit our website: gaods.org or call 847.827.5510 ext 104.

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Sun, 29 Jul 2018 14:27:33 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/48789/Grades-5-and-6-Science-Teacher--Part-Time.html
<![CDATA[Director of Development]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49526/Director-of-Development.html

DOES YOUR WORK MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD?

Now is a great time to join and lead the Orthodox Christian Mission Center’s development team. Get all the benefits of applying your professional talents in an Orthodox Christian missionary based non-profit that reaches throughout the world, changing lives and saving souls. Your creativity and energy are what we need.  As Development Director you will lead development initiatives, manage all department staff and fundraising activities, as well as work with and develop a high-level personal portfolio.  Make a difference in the world today! Send your resume to missions@ocmc.org, attention Fr. Martin Ritsi.  Full job description available upon request. 

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Fri, 13 Jul 2018 13:33:49 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49526/Director-of-Development.html
<![CDATA[Communications Coordinator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49525/Communications-Coordinator.html

Communications Coordinator: A contract position, reporting to the Parish Council and Parish Priest.

Purpose of Position: To develop and execute comprehensive internal and external Communication campaigns at Resurrection Greek Orthodox Church that is Eucharist centered, relational, vibrant, and relevant.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and lead all efforts related to the continued maintenance and support of the Parish website.
  • Advance our websites & social media content
  • Develop & execute marketing strategies for the parish.
  • Oversee design, language, and distribution of digital and printed materials
  • Maintain and expand regular communication with parishioners through weekly and monthly bulletins, email, website, social media, and personal contact. 
  • Monitor the look and feel of all promotional materials representing the Parish and its Strategic Plan.
  • Develop creative ways to communicate desired messages with the Parish’s current and target audiences.
  • Program Reporting: Develop regular updates to the Priest, and Parish Council meetings on progress and impacts of programs (metrics). 
  • Improve Parish Data Systems target audience.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Job-related expense reimbursements.
  • Reimbursement for related expenses must be submitted monthly to Parish Priest or Parish Council President. Expenditures over $100 require prior written authorization.
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Wed, 11 Jul 2018 12:27:53 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49525/Communications-Coordinator.html
<![CDATA[Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Officer]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49523/Monitoring,-Evaluation,-Accountability-and-Learning-(MEAL)-Officer.html

International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), headquartered in Towson, Maryland, is the official humanitarian aid agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America. Since its inception in 1992, IOCC has delivered over $600 million in relief and development programs to families and communities in more than 50 countries. IOCC is a member of the ACT Alliance, a global coalition of more than 140 churches and agencies engaged in development, humanitarian assistance and advocacy, and a member of InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based secular and faith-based organizations working to improve the lives of the world’s most poor and vulnerable populations. 

Summary: The HQ MEAL Officer facilitates and maintains the monitoring and evaluation learning systems.  The HQ MEAL Officer creates learning materials and coaches colleagues on MEAL activities.  The MEAL Officer advises the Director of Strategic Services and Director of Operations on evaluation and learning priorities. . The MEAL Officer is the steward of a central repository of demonstrative examples of IOCC’s global technical capacities and lessons learned.  The MEAL Officer also administers the database of recommendations that have emerged from evaluations and their follow-up. The MEAL Officer is responsible for ensuring that monitoring and evaluation exercises inform IOCC’s annual programming, learning programs and change management initiatives. 

 

 

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Thu, 05 Jul 2018 11:08:45 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49523/Monitoring,-Evaluation,-Accountability-and-Learning-(MEAL)-Officer.html
<![CDATA[School Development Officer]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49521/School-Development-Officer.html

Koraes Elementary School, with over a 100-year history, is looking to hire an energetic individual for our newly created position of Development Officer. This person will focus primarily on marketing and fundraising development to both internal customers/alumni/current donors/parishioners and external prospects to attend school as well as marketing and promoting the school to prospective external financial supporters.

Ideal for a person who wants to take the next step in developing their non-profit career by assuming a new position that allows for individual responsibility/accountability/creativity within a smaller organizational setting.

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Mon, 25 Jun 2018 11:23:10 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49521/School-Development-Officer.html
<![CDATA[Pastoral Assistant/Youth Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49518/Pastoral-Assistant-Youth-Director.html

TITLE:                     Pastoral Assistant/Youth Director

REPORTS TO        Presiding Priest

GENERAL SUMMARY: 

The Pastoral Assistant shall be an Orthodox Christian in good standing who is actively living out his/her faith commitment to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  The Pastoral Assistant will be under the direct supervision of the Presiding Priest and assist him as an extension of his non-liturgical ministry in the parish. The Pastoral Assistant’s (PA) primary responsibility is the youth ministry in the parish along with any responsibilities assigned by the Presiding Priest in areas of worship and parish ministries. 

The role of the Pastoral Assistant is to continuously bring our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ into the lives of both children and adults of the parish by example and through Christ-centered activities and teaching opportunities.  In addition, the Pastoral Assistant will develop strategic plans to lead and advance the youth ministries of the church.  

This position provides the leadership required to assist the Presiding Priest:

§  To develop Orthodox Christian fellowship (Koinonia) among our young people

§  To involve them in Liturgical Sacramental life of the Church (Litourgia)

§  To encourage the sharing of their Orthodox Faith with others (Martyria)

§  To provide opportunities for serving the Church and the Society at Large (Diakonia)

§  To solidify Orthodox Christian beliefs in lives of parents and children

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Examples include the following (other duties may be assigned):

§  Attend all parish worship services, its fellowships and events, its youth events and outings, and any aspect of parish administration required by the Presiding Priest. 

§  Assistance as required by the Presiding Priest in worship services. 

§  At the direction of the Presiding Priest, the Pastoral Assistant may deliver sermonettes, write articles, assist with visitation and outreach, chant, and perform other similar duties.

§  Attend youth minister/pastoral assistant seminars and retreats as requested.

§  Design and develop a strategic plan to improve youth ministry programs including, but not limited to, Hope, Joy, GOYA, and YAL.

 

§  Develop an annual calendar schedule of meetings and activities for the youth groups such as Bible Study, etc.   

§  Establish, build and strengthen relationships with the directors of the Sunday School, Cathedral Summer Youth Day Camp and the Greek School.

§  Develop a program to stay in contact with youth as they go to colleges and universities and help them stay connected with the Orthodox faith

§  Incorporate technology familiar to youth in ministry outreach via website, email, etc.

§  Develop an on-going program of missionary work and philanthropic work for both youth and adults; partner with Sunday School to teach the importance of stewardship

 

§  Develop and maintain records used to report on measurable outcomes achieved to demonstrate the success of the youth ministry programs

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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 13:38:02 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49518/Pastoral-Assistant-Youth-Director.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Stewardship Teacher and Local Business Initiator in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49517/(Long-term-Missionary)-Stewardship-Teacher-and-Local-Business-Initiator-in-Guatemala.html
  • This missionary would teach the concept of stewardship to clergy, lay leaders, and parishes throughout the region.
  • He/she would help identify and initiate local business opportunities that could be run by the Church in order to help support the local priests and parish ministries.
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10:32:59 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49517/(Long-term-Missionary)-Stewardship-Teacher-and-Local-Business-Initiator-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Teacher and Curriculum Developer for St. Andrew Seminary in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49516/(Long-term-Missionary)-Teacher-and-Curriculum-Developer-for-St.-Andrew-Seminary-in-Guatemala.html
  • Minimum of a Master’s degree in theology; prefer Doctorate.
  • Proficiency in Spanish.
  • Prior teaching experience is desirable.
  • Primary responsibility is teaching up to 20 hours of lectures per week; these lectures would need to be developed by the missionary (writing the lesson plans, creating essay prompts and homework assignments, grading the assignments).
  • Oversee the ongoing development of seminary curriculum, deciding what topics need to be covered in each course and what courses should be in the seminary’s sequence of theology courses.
  • Mentoring the seminarians which includes attending daily services, helping in the house where seminarians and missionaries live, and doing extra-curricular activities with the seminarians (hiking, traveling, occasional pastoral visits to other Orthodox communities, etc.).
  • While some travel is required as part of groups, the missionary primarily would be stationed at the seminary and would not need to travel alone.
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10:30:51 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49516/(Long-term-Missionary)-Teacher-and-Curriculum-Developer-for-St.-Andrew-Seminary-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Mission Team Coordinator in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49515/(Long-term-Missionary)-Mission-Team-Coordinator-in-Guatemala.html
  • This role requires proficiency in organizing groups, planning travel and hotel stays, excellent communication skills, and an ability to work with media (videos, photos, and social media).
  • Prefer proficiency in Spanish. But at a bare minimum, basic Spanish conversational ability since the missionary’s efforts will be more oriented towards English-speaking missionaries and members of OCMC. The minimum requirement is that the missionary speak enough Spanish to be able to use public transportation alone in Guatemala and Mexico, have basic conversations with the Guatemalan priests, and be able to make hotel reservations in Spanish.
  • The missionary will be in charge of communication with several groups of people simultaneously: the OCMC mission Team department, the Guatemalan clergy and leaders, the other long-term missionaries in Guatemala, and the incoming short-term mission team members. This role requires frequent travel, both in church vehicles (with drivers from the church provided) and also in public vans, buses, and pickup trucks.
  • This role does not require a theological education, although it is always an additional asset to have a theological education and experience working in the Church.
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10:29:38 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49515/(Long-term-Missionary)-Mission-Team-Coordinator-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Teacher of Lay Leaders in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49514/(Long-term-Missionary)-Teacher-of-Lay-Leaders-in-Guatemala.html
  • Proficiency in Spanish.
  • Prior completion of a formal theological education that is both comprehensive and recognized by one of the Orthodox jurisdictions (for example, formal seminary graduates as well as graduates of programs such as the St. Stephen’s program).
  • Preference given to people who have hands-on teaching experience in a church context (e.g. camp directors, pastoral assistants, youth directors, etc.) or who have some other type of teaching background.
  • The missionary would lead/teach frequent retreats in important, centralized parishes across the mission field; these retreats should be part of an over-arching plan for teaching core tenants of the Orthodox faith to lay leaders, including catechists, youth groups, and other lay leaders.
  • The missionary will focus not only on teaching but also on mentoring and equipping new teachers from among the lay leaders who would then go out to new regions of Guatemala to extend the educational program to areas that the missionary cannot visit.
  • Requires travel independently across Guatemala and Mexico by using public vans, buses, and other vehicles.
  • The missionary must be flexible/adaptable to many environments and living situations, and also must be adept at forming friendships with local Orthodox families because he/she will sleep in local people’s houses and eat with them when leading retreats.
  • Musical talents would be a great advantage in adapting to local music customs which include Bible songs. 
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10:26:51 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49514/(Long-term-Missionary)-Teacher-of-Lay-Leaders-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Director of Translations in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49513/(Long-term-Missionary)-Director-of-Translations-in-Guatemala.html
  • This role requires a strong proficiency in Spanish and, while not essential, a proficiency in Greek would also be very valuable.
  • This missionary will be in charge of the liturgical texts that are used in Guatemala; he/she will compile and organize liturgical translations that have already been made in Spanish, and he/she also will translate new texts for the first time into Spanish.
  • If the missionary does not read and write Greek, it will be possible to translate from English to Spanish. In that case, it will be essential to cultivate relationships with personal contacts who speak Greek and who can be consultants on how to understand the original meaning of the English liturgical texts.
  • This missionary must also have the ability to learn the online translation framework that is used in the AGES project, and will be required to input texts into this computerized framework.
  • This missionary must develop a strong relationship with the Archbishop of Mexico in order to receive hierarchical guidance on the liturgical texts and translations.
  • Will require developing good relationships with the Guatemalan priests to facilitate training them in how to use online liturgical resources.
  • This role will require minimal travel.
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10:24:58 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49513/(Long-term-Missionary)-Director-of-Translations-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Director of Church Publications and Developer of Catechetical Curriculum in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49512/(Long-term-Missionary)-Director-of-Church-Publications-and-Developer-of-Catechetical-Curriculum-in-Guatemala.html
  • This missionary must have strong Spanish proficiency to be able to write educational resources in Spanish.
  • This role requires a Master’s degree in theology and at least some experience in education or pastoral work.
  • The missionary would work closely with the other long-term missionaries and the Guatemalan clergy to write new Spanish-language church publications based on the curriculum goals that the other missionaries have set for their teaching projects in the seminary and with the lay leaders.
  • In addition to creating new publications, he/she also will seek theological books and resources that have already been produced in Spanish, will collect those resources and maintain a catalog and library of all such resources for the use of the priests, missionaries, and other church leaders.
  • This missionary will oversee the printing and binding of books using the church’s printing equipment.
  • This role does not require extensive travel as the missionary primarily will be based in one location, with only occasional excursions to parishes or to special activities.
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10:21:11 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49512/(Long-term-Missionary)-Director-of-Church-Publications-and-Developer-of-Catechetical-Curriculum-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[(Long-term Missionary) Supply Priest and Clergy Mentor in Guatemala]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49511/(Long-term-Missionary)-Supply-Priest-and-Clergy-Mentor-in-Guatemala.html
  • Proficiency in Spanish, being able to preach and teach extemporaneously.
  • This role requires an ordained priest who has significant pastoral and liturgical experience. His focus will be twofold: (1) develop bonds with the Guatemalan priests to mentor and teach them the church services and grow their knowledge of Orthodox theology; the church services must be taught according to the liturgical practices of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. (2) Work as a supply priest to cover the Guatemalan priests when they need someone to perform a Liturgy, baptism, marriage, etc.
  • Regular travel required. The missionary would be based out of a central location but must be willing to travel long distances to any of the Orthodox churches across Guatemala and southern Mexico. Travel will usually be accomplished by going in a church vehicle and a driver will normally be provided; however, this missionary should slowly develop the ability to travel more independently when necessary.
  • This missionary must be willing to sing Bible songs with church musical groups in a lively and joyful manner, because these songs are a very important component to parish visits.
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Thu, 21 Jun 2018 08:16:23 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49511/(Long-term-Missionary)-Supply-Priest-and-Clergy-Mentor-in-Guatemala.html
<![CDATA[Physical Education Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49510/Physical-Education-Teacher.html

Contract Period: August, 2018-May, 2019

Schedule: 8:00am to 2:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a Part Time Physical Education Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

Candidates with Physical Education or Health certification or other related field experience are preferred but not required. 

 

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Wed, 20 Jun 2018 12:55:23 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49510/Physical-Education-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Substitute Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49507/Substitute-Teacher.html

2018-2019 School Year

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a Substitute Teachers for the 2018-2019 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

Candidates with certifications in Elementrary or Middle school education or other related filed experience are preferred but not required.

 

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Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:44:57 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49507/Substitute-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Music Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49506/Music-Teacher.html

Contract Period: August, 2018-May, 2019

Schedule: 8:00am to 2:00pm Either Tuesday or Thursday

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a Part Time Music Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

Candidates with Music Education certification or other related field experience are preferred but not required.

 

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Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:39:39 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49506/Music-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Art Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49505/Art-Teacher.html

Contract Period: August, 2018-May, 2019

Schedule: 8:00am to 2:00pm Either Tuesday or Thursday

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a Part Time Art Teacherfor the 2018-2019 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

Candidates with Art Education certification or other related field experience are preferred but not required.

 

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Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:38:20 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49505/Art-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Preschool Assistant Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49442/Preschool-Assistant-Teacher.html

Contract Period: August, 2018-May, 2019

Schedule: 9:00am to 2:00pm Monday to Friday

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a Preschool Assistant Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

Candidates with Early Childhood certification and preschool experience are preferred but not required.

 

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<![CDATA[Parents Morning Out Program Lead Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49443/Parents-Morning-Out-Program-Lead-Teacher.html

 

Contract Period: September 2018-May 2019

Schedule: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Tuesday and Thursdays

Annunciation Day School

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a PMO Lead Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

Candidates with Early Childhood certificatoin and preschool experience are preferred but not required.

 

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<![CDATA[Staff Accountant/Financial Aid Administrator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49504/Staff-Accountant-Financial-Aid-Administrator.html

The Staff Accountant is responsible for assisting with accounts payable and receivable functions on a daily basis, along with monthly investment reconciliations, payroll journal entries, and bank reconciliation review.  The Staff Accountant will also maintain departmental budgets and prepare and distribute monthly reports to the departments.  This position will also be responsible for Financial Aid Administration and report to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.

Requirements/Skills

The successful candidate will possess the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required, master’s degree preferred;
  • Three to five years of experience as bookkeeper or staff accountant in a not-for-profit organization, preferably in a theological education institution;
  • Expertise in use of Microsoft Office software products including, but not limited to, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, and general ledger and student information software systems; Knowledge of databases and information systems is a plus;
  • Excellent interpersonal/written communication skills;
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and meet deadlines;
  • Ability to work both independently on individual projects and as a member of a team with emphasis on collaboration and tact; professionalism, confidentiality and flexibility are critical to success in this role.

Application Instruction

Please email a cover letter expressing interest in the position, being as specific as you can while detailing relevant professional experience, education, and training, along with a resume. Include in your application the names and contact information of at least four professional references and email it to mringa@svots.edu.

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Thu, 14 Jun 2018 09:38:53 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49504/Staff-Accountant-Financial-Aid-Administrator.html
<![CDATA[Assistant Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49503/Assistant-Teacher.html

The Cathedral of Saint Paul Nursery School is looking for an Assistant Teacher for their program. The hours are typically 9am-2pm Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri. An assistant will often need to be into work 15-20 mins early to help set up with the Lead Teacher for the day. This position starts in September and goes through the beginning of June. Below you will find a basic job description along with some basic skills needed to do perform the daily responsibilities. This position reports directly to the director of the school. There will be times this assistant teacher will be needed on Thursdays to fill in as a substitute. This happens occasionally. 

Job Description:

• Assist lead teachers in creating classroom environments that are safe and conducive to learning for young students
• Assist lead teachers in imparting instruction by providing students with instructional support
• Assist lead teachers in creating and distributing instructional aides and materials and assist students in comprehending difficult concepts
• Assist lead teachers in developing and implementing learning activities and supervise group activities
• Ascertain that students’ behavior is properly managed within the classroom and address behavioral issues appropriately
• Monitor students to ensure that they are responding appropriately and report any student discomfort or distress to the lead teacher
• Clear away materials and aides after each class and ensure the overall cleanliness of the classroom
• Assist students in handling their personal needs including toileting and washing and help them in eating lunch or snacks
• Create and maintain records of each student in a confidential manner
• Assist lead teachers in implementing development assessments for each student to determine his or her strengths and limitations
• Provide support to the lead teacher in developing and implementing core lesson plans
• Maintain discipline within the classroom and in play areas and ensure that all students are kept safe and accidents are minimized
• Observe students to detect signs of illness, injury or emotional abuse and alert lead teacher immediately

 

Job Skills Preferred:

• Demonstrated ability to assist lead teachers by performing secretarial and one-on-one lessons importation tasks

• Proven success in using educational materials and resources

• Adept at preparing classrooms for lessons

• Special talent for supervising students in the event of the absence of a teacher

• Excellent verbal, written and instructional communication skills

• Track record of creating and maintaining effective student-teacher relationships

• Detail orientated with a keen attention to detail

• A methodological approach to resolve conflicts and solve problems

• Proven ability to maintain confidentiality always

• Skilled in imparting lessons and information in the absence of the teacher

• Logical thinking and positive approach

• Profound ability to work in a stressful environment

 

• Able to assume a mentor’s role when required

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Thu, 07 Jun 2018 11:42:04 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49503/Assistant-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Choir Director / Organist]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49502/Choir-Director---Organist.html

 

Ss Nicholas, Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church located in Roseland, NJ is seeking a gifted and experienced choir director/organist.  The successful candidate will lead our choir in weekly Sunday Liturgy and choir rehearsal one day a week (except for the months of July and August).  Knowledge of Orthodox Liturgy is required.  Knowledge of the Greek Language is a plus.

Interested applicants should send a resume, listing of all Divine Liturgy arrangements conducted, and two personal references.  

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Thu, 07 Jun 2018 09:10:11 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49502/Choir-Director---Organist.html
<![CDATA[Development & Marketing Administrative Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49501/Development-&-Marketing-Administrative-Assistant.html

The Mission Center is currently looking to fill an open position that is essential to its ongoing efforts to grow its ministries. If you would like to work for the Church and help share the Orthodox Faith, please prayerfully consider submitting your resume for the position of Development & Marketing Administrative Assistant. This full-time position with benefits is responsible for assisting in the administrative activity for the OCMC Development and Marketing Departments. They work to help educate, engage, and inform the faithful of the United States in Orthodox Missions.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Follow the guidelines, instructions and processes of the administration for the Development and Marketing Departments.
  • General administrative tasks such as typing, filing, data-entry, proof reading etc.
  • Compiles organizational letters, thank you notes and gifts, reports and other materials.
  • Assists in coordination and logistic preparation for Department travel and events.
  • Assists in all mailing (including packaging, correspondence, bulk mailings) associated with Development and Marketing Department programs (and other mailings as needed).
  • Fills in receptionist duties when necessary – answers telephone, routes calls, opens mail and gives out appropriate materials.
  • Greets visitors in various situations using tact, discretion, and courtesy.
  • Performs other work-related duties as required.

 

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