Rss http://www.orthodoxjobs.com test description en-us Thu, 25 May 2017 18:42:52 GMT Thu, 25 May 2017 18:42:52 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/rss/ Weblog Editor 2.0 editor@example.com webmaster@example.com <![CDATA[Parish Youth Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49379/Parish-Youth-Director.html

We are looking for a Parish Youth Director.  This person is responsible for organizing and leading all of the youth programs in our church....such as GOYA, HOPE, and JOY programs.  This person is also asked to update the church, Greek school and annual food festival websites and assist the church secretary with office tasks when necessary. 

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Wed, 24 May 2017 20:26:37 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49379/Parish-Youth-Director.html
<![CDATA[Executive Secretary]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49007/Executive-Secretary.html

As the official mission agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of North and Central America it is OCMC’s mission to make disciples of all nations by bringing people to Christ and His Church.  The Mission Center is guided by the vision that all people may come to know the saving love of our Lord: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

The Executive Secretary is primarily responsible for the following:

  • Provide support to the Executive Director of the Orthodox Christian Mission Center.
    -    Manage mail, draft correspondence, filing for the Executive Director.
    -    Assist with Executive Director travel arrangements.
  • Serve as liaison for the Executive Director with Board Members providing:
    -    support for board meeting planning/travel arrangements, hospitality,
    -    arranging conference calls, and
    -    maintaining board member database records.
  • Primary Administrative Assistant for the OCMC office:
    -    Maintain OCMC digital office forms.
    -    Serve as the primary telephone operator and manage the phone system.
    -    Receive respond and/or forward general office email.
    -    Maintain kitchen and training room (purchase supplies as needed).
  • Manage OCMC dorm rooms and hospitality for special events at OCMC.
  • Assist other departments as requested by the Executive Director.
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Tue, 23 May 2017 13:47:52 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49007/Executive-Secretary.html
<![CDATA[Pre-Kindergarden Lead Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49378/Pre-Kindergarden-Lead-Teacher.html

Saint Demetrios Pre-School in Parkville, MD is seeking a qualified (AA Early Education Degree-Minimum) Pre-Kindergarden teacher for our Christian-Orthodox Pre-School. Greek Speaking is a plus, but not a requirement. School Hours are 7:15 am -5:45pm Monday-Friday. 35 hour work week, with flexibility to open and/or close depending on availability and/or need.

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Mon, 22 May 2017 10:22:26 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49378/Pre-Kindergarden-Lead-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Director of Youth Ministry]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49377/Director-of-Youth-Ministry.html

Mission

To lead the youth of the parish to the fullness of the faith and likeness of God;  To integrate the youth into the active life of the Orthodox Christian faith; ¨ To foster servant leadership; and to guide the youth in participating in the church’s mission and ministry.

 

Job Overview

Under the direction of the Parish Priest, the DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRIES (Director) is responsible for the evaluation, development and implementation of programs/activities that balance worship, witness, service and fellowship for all youth in the parish. The Director establishes and directs the work of the Youth Ministry Team, working closely with the other ministry team leaders. This person recruits and supervises 40+ Catechism volunteers, 10+ youth activities, athletic volunteers, and chaperones for events, and others who help provide programming for our 300+ active youth members on their spiritual journey. The Director also oversees the implementation of our Youth Protection & Awareness Guidelines, including conducting training sessions and creating training materials. 

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Fri, 19 May 2017 10:53:32 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49377/Director-of-Youth-Ministry.html
<![CDATA[Database Analyst]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49376/Database-Analyst.html

Position Summary

 

Hellenic College Holy Cross (HCHC) Greek Orthodox School of Theology is seeking an experienced Database Analyst in the Office of Institutional Advancement.

The incumbent will manage donor, prospect, and alumni records through HCHC’s Raiser’s Edge database. Responsibilities include gift processing, data entry, gift/data reporting, and database communications projects.

The ideal candidate will have excellent computer skills, fundraising database experience (Raisers Edge preferred), superior analytical skills, strong customer service skills, and be a team player comfortable in a fast paced environment.

 

The incumbent works closely with Finance, Admissions, and Financial Aid to ensure accurate and consistent records.

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Fri, 19 May 2017 10:00:07 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49376/Database-Analyst.html
<![CDATA[SUMMER CAMP Staff Positions Available in WA state]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49375/SUMMER-CAMP-Staff-Positions-Available-in-WA-state.html

Thank you for your interest in joining the 2017 All Saints Camp Staff. Our camp is located in Northwest Washington on Raft Island.  All Saints Camp consists of 3 different camp sessions over a 2 week period with a 2 day staff training period.  We hold camp sessions for Elementary to High School youth.

Staff are expected to be at camp by Friday, July 7th at 8 pm. Please note that there are 2 different sessions the first week of camp, please choose your preference to work with Elementary or High School Students. All staff will work with Middle School aged students during the second week of camp. We do cover travel expenses for staff to come to Washington.

Camp sessions are:

Mandatory Counselor Training July 7 - 9.
High School & Elementary Camp: July 9 to 15.
Advanced Camp: July 16 to 22.

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Thu, 18 May 2017 14:44:46 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49375/SUMMER-CAMP-Staff-Positions-Available-in-WA-state.html
<![CDATA[Head of School, Annunciation Orthodox School]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49374/Head-of-School,-Annunciation-Orthodox-School.html

Established as a ministry of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in 1970 and separately incorporated in 1990, Annunciation Orthodox School (www.aoshouston.org) today ranks among Houston’s leading independent schools, serving nearly 700 boys and girls from age three through grade eight. AOS provides a challenging, well-rounded academic curriculum within a nurturing Christian environment focused on family and community.

Located in the heart of the nation’s most diverse city, AOS welcomes families from a broad range of religious, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. Guided by the tenets of the Greek Orthodox faith, the school offers a warm and supportive educational experience enlivened by beloved traditions and grounded in an emphasis on leadership, citizenship, and strong moral character.

Excitement is high on campus as construction continues on a three-story early childhood and lower school facility (shown in the architect’s rendering above) that is slated to open for the 2017–18 school year. A capital campaign launched in 2014 has raised nearly $15 million to fund the project, which also features a new dining hall and enhanced green space.

Skillfully led since 1996 by Head of School Mark Kelly, AOS is extraordinarily well positioned for new leadership. 

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Wed, 17 May 2017 09:29:57 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49374/Head-of-School,-Annunciation-Orthodox-School.html
<![CDATA[Preschool Director, Greek Orthodox Bilingual Preschool]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49373/Preschool-Director,-Greek-Orthodox-Bilingual-Preschool.html

Little Halos Day School Director (Greek Orthodox Bllingual Preschool) - Little Halos Day School located in Saint Athanasius Greek Orthodox Church in Arlington, MA  has an opening for a Director for its Greek Orthodox Bilingual preschool.  The current Director and founder will be retiring May 30, 2017.  The Little Halos Day School is seeking a candidate with a love for children, learning, and committed Christina who supports Greek Orthodox Christina education.  The Direcotr is in charge of overseeing activities, hiring and staff, and managing enrollment.  Formal education and licensure are required.  A full job description is available upon request.

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Mon, 15 May 2017 04:08:54 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49373/Preschool-Director,-Greek-Orthodox-Bilingual-Preschool.html
<![CDATA[Math Assistant Teaching Position]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49372/Math-Assistant-Teaching-Position.html

Agia Sophia Academy is looking for a math assistant who has a background in elementary math tutoring and/or teaching, preferably with a teaching certification. This position begins September 5th, 2017.  

Visit our website at http://www.asapdx.org/about-us/employment to find out more information about this position and to download an application

 

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Wed, 10 May 2017 09:39:48 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49372/Math-Assistant-Teaching-Position.html
<![CDATA[Holy Trinity Academy & Preschool - Educator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49371/Holy-Trinity-Academy-&-Preschool---Educator.html

Holy Trinity Academy and Preschool is looking for an Elementary School Teacher who is dedicated to  education, Christian values, and interested in teaching in a small school environment. Class sizes are small and staff is friendly and supportive.

Application Deadline: June 30th or until filled

To Apply: Please send your application to:

 

Holy Trinity Academy & Preschool

175 Laird AVE NE

Warren, OH 44483

 

or email to agentis@htocaap.org

 

You may also call to inquire about the position at 330-399-7642.

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Wed, 10 May 2017 07:14:37 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49371/Holy-Trinity-Academy-&-Preschool---Educator.html
<![CDATA[Pastoral Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49369/Pastoral-Assistant.html

Job Description 

Under the direction of the Parish Priest, the Pastoral Assistant is expected to assist in ministering to the various spiritual, educational and social needs of the young people of the parish, as well as to support the administrative operation of the parish. The Ministry Assistant must enjoy spending time with young people, exhibit a high level of administrative organization, be a responsible adult at least 21 years of age, and be active in the liturgical and social life of the parish; establishing himself/herself as a role model in all aspects of the Orthodox Christian way of life. The duties and responsibilities of the Ministry Assistant include (but are not limited to): 

 

1.Assisting parish priest in operation and administration of the parish, including holding office hours, maintaining parish databases, and communicating with parishioners. 

2.Support parish priest in the creation of Sunday Bulletin, daily email, and maintaining of church Facebook page.

3.Organizing and maintaining youth organizations, including OCF and other parish youth ministries, and working with the parish priest in helping to educate the young people about Orthodox Christianity. 

4.Familiarizing himself/herself with the resources available through the Archdiocese and Metropolis and for maintaining resources for availability at the parish. 

5.Meeting regularly with the parish priest and parish’s Youth Ministry Team to promote cohesion and coordination in all aspects of youth ministry. 

6.Working with Sunday school in helping develop curriculum for classes and visiting classes periodically to support teachers. 

7.Creating and maintaining a budget for youth ministries in conjunction with Parish Priest and Treasurer. 

 

8.The Ministry Assistant will report directly to the parish priest, and will provide a report of past and future activities to the parish at the general assembly at the discretion of the parish priest. 

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Mon, 08 May 2017 10:32:45 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49369/Pastoral-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Administrative Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49368/Administrative--Assistant.html

We are searching for an experienced, friendly, reliable and task oriented Administrative Assistant for the front desk.

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for performing a number of administrative duties. The ideal candidate will be highly self motivated, organized, and capable of managing their work load and prioritizing tasks in a fast paced environment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing organization with competitive compensation and medical insurance.

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Thu, 04 May 2017 11:51:35 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49368/Administrative--Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Site Supervisor - Summer Feeding Program]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49366/Site-Supervisor---Summer-Feeding-Program.html

About Us

FOCUS North America is a faith-based national organization that provides feeding, employment, housing, healthcare and educational services to the homeless and working poor in America.  FOCUS has operations and programs in numerous cities across the United States. All of FOCUS North America’s services are provided without discrimination of any kind and there is no faith commitment required from anyone who receives assistance. FOCUS’ goal is to sustainably transform the lives of the homeless and working poor, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency.

About the Program

The FOCUS Summer Feeding Program is a national program aimed at reducing the “silent crisis” of child hunger in America.  Childhood hunger is a problem that affects every community in our country. During the school year, approximately 21 million children in the United States receive free and reduced-price lunches, through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National School Lunch Program. But, when school is out, many of these children go hungry because they have no consistent access to healthy meals.  The FOCUS Summer Feeding Program is designed to provide needy children with nutritious meals all summer long and to engage our vast volunteer network in this effort to help children. 

About This Role

To support Summer Feeding activities, FOCUS seeks to hire a Site Supervisor.  This is a part-time position of approximately 24-30 hours per week, for a fixed period of time -- approximately from June 27 – September 2, 2016.  The Site Supervisor will manage day-to-day activities of FOCUS’ feeding program in Washington DC.  Working with FOCUS’ corporate and institutional partners, the site supervisor will engage local volunteers and parishes to prepare and serve approximately 150 cold sack lunches each weekday to a pre-identified group of children in need.  With morning-only hours and an hourly pay rate in the $12 - $15 per hour range, this position is ideal for school teachers or college/grad students on summer vacation.  FOCUS also encourages stay-at-home parents or energetic retirees to apply for this position. 

 

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate food deliveries with FOCUS national office supervisor
  • Coordinate meal preparation and assembly
  • Using tools provided by FOCUS national office, recruit local volunteers to assist with meal preparation and delivery
  • Together with FOCUS national staff, work to train volunteers in program activities
  • Implement meal delivery to location that has been designated by FOCUS national office
  • Ensure safe and sanitary conditions at meal preparation and delivery sites
  • Supervise meal service on-site
  • Supervise clean-up of meal preparation and service sites
  • Participate in FOCUS-sponsored safe food handling training
  • Ensure compliance with local health and safety standards
  • Compile and maintain detailed records showing number of meals prepared and served
  • Participate in outreach and marketing to local Orthodox parishes and people to engage volunteers and program support
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Thu, 04 May 2017 09:39:03 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49366/Site-Supervisor---Summer-Feeding-Program.html
<![CDATA[Greek School Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49364/Greek-School-Director.html

St. Catherine Greek Orthodox Church in Braintree, Massachusetts serves 300 families.  The Greek School program provides instruction in conversation, reading and writing in the Greek language.  Students are in kindergarten through grade 8.  Classes meet on two afternoons per week after school and on Saturday mornings. The Church is seeking a director for the program.  

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Tue, 02 May 2017 05:16:09 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49364/Greek-School-Director.html
<![CDATA[Pastoral Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49362/Pastoral-Assistant.html

St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church of Boston
Pastoral Assistant Position Job Description

Position Summary:

The Pastoral Assistant at St. George is a full-time position.  The successful candidate shall be an Orthodox Christian in good standing who is actively living out his or her faith commitment to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  The Pastoral Assistant will be under the direct supervision of the Pastor.  The Pastoral Assistant will assist the Priest as an extension of his non-liturgical ministry in the parish.  The Pastoral Assistant will be responsible for Youth Ministry in addition to assisting the Parish Priest with Adult and Family Ministry along with any additional responsibilities assigned by the Parish Priest in areas of worship and parish administration.

Qualifications:

  • Orthodox Christian, Theological Degree preferred
  • Possess the interpersonal, spiritual, and administrative skills to excel in the position
  • Possess competent computer literacy including Microsoft Office Suite, web design and maintenance, Social Media and other appropriate media
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills; both verbal and written
  • Possess knowledge of Archdiocesan/Diocesan Policies and Procedures and guidelines for Youth Programs
  • Experience working with children of all ages, backgrounds and ethnicity
  • Ability to relate to Parishioners of all ages
  • Ability to discern when information or issues should be brought to the Parish Priest
  • Ability to work independently and multi-task
  • Possess excellent organizational skills
  • Exhibit attention to detail
  • Possess good listening skills
  • Possess ability to create short term and long term planning
  • Possess ability to be an engaging teacher, with a strong Biblical and theological background founded on the Orthodox faith
  • Possess ability to offer counsel and spiritual direction to youth on an individual basis
  • Possess ability to identify own limitations and know when to seek counsel or direction from Priest 
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Tue, 25 Apr 2017 14:28:37 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49362/Pastoral-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Teachers & Camp Counselors]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49361/Teachers-&-Camp-Counselors.html

St. John the Baptist Summer Camp

St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church is currently accepting applications for teachers and counselors for its summer day camp. The camp is in need of:

2 Summer Camp Teachers: Teachers will lead Orthodox Christian educational activities, including lessons, crafts, and educational games. The content will be provided by the camp director. This position is geared toward professional educators or others with experience teaching.

6 Summer Camp Counselors: Counselors will facilitate activities such as games and sports. They will guide groups of campers throughout the day and act as positive role models for them. This position is geared toward college-age young adults.

 Summer Camp Teachers and Counselors will report to the Summer Camp Director. 

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Tue, 25 Apr 2017 13:05:56 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49361/Teachers-&-Camp-Counselors.html
<![CDATA[Pastoral Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49360/Pastoral-Assistant.html

The Pastoral Assistant leads in ministry with the youth and young adults and assists the rector in the administration of the parish; and is a leader in the community.  Like the priest he/she is to be an example to the flock in prayer, fasting and piety.  As such he/she should be a frequent communicant and participant in the sacrament of Holy Reconciliation. 

The work of the Pastoral Assistant is an area of ministry that will always be prone to spiritual warfare and conflict.  It is imperative that there be a close, open, trusting relationship with the rector of the community.  Preference will be given for a degree from an Orthodox seminary. 

The candidate will need to have a healthy self-image, a can do attitude, be flexible, resilient, have a sense of humor, be compassionate, love working with people and have good people skills. 

 

Strong Administrative skills necessary.  Must have vehicle and expect to travel as necessary.  

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Mon, 24 Apr 2017 10:49:52 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49360/Pastoral-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Church Administrator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49359/Church-Administrator.html

 

Provide leadership and have business and administrative responsibilities for facilitating the overall operations of the Parish.

·        Manage and execute the business, financial, marketing and operational affairs of the Church as set forth by the Parish Council and its various committees.

·        Lead and provide oversight of the Church non-cleric personnel/office staff and facilities, under the supervision of the Parish Council and with consultation from the Head Priest. 

·        Oversee the rental use of the facilities by St. Mary’s parishioners and outside parties.

The essential functions and accountabilities of this position are as follows:

Leadership

1.      Oversee and manage the work activities of the church office (non-cleric) personnel; establish objectives and conduct evaluations with the Parish Council and Head Priest.

2.      Be a liaison to the Parish Council, attending all monthly meetings and General Assemblies.  Provide resources and guidance as needed to help the Parish Council conduct the business of the Church.

3.      Delegate tasks and requests as appropriate to either Church personnel or volunteers.

Management - Administrative

1.      Manage the administrative budget, as approved and provided by the Parish Council.

2.      Manage vendor contracts and office equipment leases, ensuring that they are competitive and renewed as needed.

3.      Oversee the management of the master calendar such as scheduling and coordination of special events, meetings, and other involvements with church groups and outside parties.

4.      Oversee parish communication plans, including social media and website.

5.      Oversee the keeping of metrics and official records including weddings, baptisms, membership, etc.

Management – Financial

1.      Maintain the Church’s financial reporting system.

2.      Oversee all financial accounts, and the preparation of payroll, payment of monthly payroll taxes, church invoices and financial disbursements and filing of state/federal tax forms and Metropolis required forms.

3.      Assist auditors in compiling documentation for analysis and reporting to the Parish Council.

Management – Building and Grounds / Facilities Rental

Oversee Buildings & Grounds / Facilities Rental Operations Manager, whose position includes:   

1.      Vendor management:

a.      Oversee and monitor work done by facility vendors (snowplowing, lawn care, gardening, irrigation, plumber, electrician, handyman, etc.)

b.      Manage preparation of the facilities for events (security, set-up and clean-up).

2.      Facilities rental management:

a.      Schedule the rental use of St. Mary’s facilities.

b.      Interact with the clients in planning their events to ensure customer satisfaction.

c.      Ensure readiness of St. Mary’s facilities for scheduled events.

3.      Management of houses owned by Parish:

a.      Ensure proper maintenance of Parish House, and the rental house per terms of lease agreement.

 

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Sun, 23 Apr 2017 17:02:15 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49359/Church-Administrator.html
<![CDATA[Adjunct American Sign Language Instructor (Fall 2017)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49356/Adjunct-American-Sign-Language-Instructor-(Fall-2017).html

About the Position

The Department of Arts and Humanities at the University of Saint Katherine is currently accepting applications for adjunct faculty in American Sign Language to teach for the 2017-2018 academic year. Fall 2017 course needing coverage is ASL 100 American Sign Language I. Spring 2018 course needing coverage is ASL 101 American Sign Language II.

Responsibilities

 Attend training and adjunct faculty meetings each semester

 Follow the academic and administrative policies of the school

 Assess student learning as required

 Review and support the University of Saint Katherine faculty handbook.

 Support the University’s regional accreditation standards.

 Work closely with the department chair, particularly in the accreditation/course expectation and development of the syllabus.

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Tue, 11 Apr 2017 17:53:39 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49356/Adjunct-American-Sign-Language-Instructor-(Fall-2017).html
<![CDATA[Adjunct Communication Instructor (Fall 2017)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49355/Adjunct-Communication-Instructor-(Fall-2017).html

About the Position

The University of Saint Katherine is currently accepting applications for adjunct faculty in Communication to teach for the 2017-2018 academic year. Fall 2017 course needing coverage is COM 101 Introduction to Communication.

Responsibilities

 Attend training and adjunct faculty meetings each semester

 Follow the academic and administrative policies of the school

 Assess student learning as required

 Review and support the University of Saint Katherine faculty handbook.

 Support the University’s regional accreditation standards.

 Work closely with the department chair, particularly in the accreditation/course expectation and development of the syllabus.

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Tue, 11 Apr 2017 17:29:18 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49355/Adjunct-Communication-Instructor-(Fall-2017).html
<![CDATA[Country Representative for Syria]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49354/Country-Representative-for-Syria.html

 

Six years into the Syria crisis, the humanitarian needs continue to remain daunting. In partnership with our IOCC implementing partner in Syria, IOCC has delivered humanitarian relief assistance to millions of internally displaced and affected Syrians inside the country.

 

In partnership with our implementing partner in Syria, IOCC has provided humanitarian assistance in the form of health, water, sanitation and hygiene programs (WASH) as well as shelter rehabilitation for affected and displaced families.

 

The Country Representative has overall responsibility for providing leadership and management of IOCC’s humanitarian response strategy in Syria, as well as directional oversight of programs and operations that meet internationally accepted humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence, the foundation for humanitarian action.

 

 

The Country Representative will actively seek opportunities for resource support of IOCC programs for Syria while pursing and maintaining participation in key networks that enhance the stability and sustainability of the Syria country programs and projects. 

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Mon, 10 Apr 2017 15:19:08 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49354/Country-Representative-for-Syria.html
<![CDATA[Orthodox Montessori Preschool- Head teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49349/Orthodox-Montessori-Preschool--Head-teacher.html

Teaching Position:

 

Saints Constantine & Helen Academy: Montessori Preschool in Cardiff-by-the-Sea is seeking a part-time (with potential to grow to full-time), teacher for the 2017-18 school year in the primary classroom (ages 3-6).

 

 

This is an Orthodox Christian Preschool with a low student:teacher ratio (1:8). Essential requirements:

Montessori Certificaion

Some teaching experience

Deep love & commitment to the Orthodox faith


The successful candidate will undergo an initial three month review period.

 

If interested please contact preschool@stsconstantinehelen.com with your resume.

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Fri, 31 Mar 2017 18:35:15 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49349/Orthodox-Montessori-Preschool--Head-teacher.html
<![CDATA[Greek Language School Teacher - Children's Classroom Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49348/Greek-Language-School-Teacher---Children's-Classroom-Teacher.html

Our Greek Language School is thriving.  We have a lot of young children currently enrolled and more waiting for just the right teacher(s)!  Help us grow.

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Greek Language School is seeking a Greek Language School teacher for young children, as well as elementary school and junior high age.  If you are a native speaker skilled with teaching Greek to any of these age groups, please contact us to learn more about our school.

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Thu, 30 Mar 2017 18:13:21 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49348/Greek-Language-School-Teacher---Children's-Classroom-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Greek School Director in Sunny San Diego County!]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49347/Greek-School-Director-in-Sunny-San-Diego-County!.html

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Language School is looking for a director for our Greek School program.  The director may be required to teach part time or fill in when teachers are ill.  

M through Saturday 3:30pm - 7:30pm (during academic school year Sep - Jun) and all special events and meetings for the school.  

 

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Thu, 30 Mar 2017 17:56:41 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49347/Greek-School-Director-in-Sunny-San-Diego-County!.html
<![CDATA[Greek Afternoon School Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49346/Greek-Afternoon-School-Teacher.html

 

The St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church - Greek Afternoon School has become a major ministry within the life of our community.

We are currenlty seeking a Greek School teacher to continue the excellence of our program and be added to our already stellar staff.

Greek School is in session from September to May, every Friday afternoon from 5pm - 7:30pm; we educate grades from Pre-K to 6th Grade.  We also have options for Adult Education Programs and High School Regents.

 

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Tue, 28 Mar 2017 21:19:57 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49346/Greek-Afternoon-School-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Director of Holy Cross Greek School needed (Belmont, CA)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49345/Director-of-Holy-Cross-Greek-School-needed-(Belmont,-CA).html
After 34 years with our Greek School working as teacher, Assistant Director and Director, Mrs. Theodora Kounalakis will be retiring. The Greek School is currently accepting applications for the Director of Greek School position.  Learn more about Holy Cross Greek School by visiting our website at http://belmontgreekschool. com/
 
Requirements - Native Greek language speaker, teaching experience, love for teaching children, passionate about teaching Greek language and flexibility to work additional hours as needed. 

General hours: M-F 330pm - 630pm (during academic school year Sep - Jun) and all special events and meetings for the school.

How to apply: For more information with detailed job description, or to be considered for this position, please send your resume or inquiry ASAP to our recruitment committee @ HCGS01recruitment@gmail.com.   Interviews will be scheduled in April.   
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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 23:40:21 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49345/Director-of-Holy-Cross-Greek-School-needed-(Belmont,-CA).html
<![CDATA[Regional Field Journalist Interns]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49344/Regional-Field-Journalist-Interns.html

The program requires a part-time commitment from the end of May through beginning of September, personal laptop, and smartphone.  Ability to travel and work remotely.  Ability to work both independently and collaboratively.  These will be an unpaid internships for those seeking community service hours or College credit. For more information visit:  http://myocn.net/internship-program/

 

How To Apply:  Submit a cover letter and resume to info@myocn.net (insert name, title, and email address) with the subject line “OCN Internship Application."  We will review applicants on a rolling basis until the positions are filled.

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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 11:41:26 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49344/Regional-Field-Journalist-Interns.html
<![CDATA[CrossRoad Videographer/Video Editor]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49343/CrossRoad-Videographer-Video-Editor.html

About CrossRoad:  CrossRoad is an engaging summer institute for Orthodox Christian high school juniors and seniors sponsored by the Office of Vocation & Ministry at Hellenic College. CrossRoad offers two ten-day sessions on the campus of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, Massachusetts.

  

CrossRoad is looking to hire an experienced videographer/video editor for the summer who is seeking to use their gifts and talents in an Orthodox youth ministry setting!

 

The position consists of three main components:

  1. Film and record the CrossRoad Summer Institute experience for both sessions

  2. Edit footage to produce two creative videos that will encompass the CrossRoad experience

  3. Create 2-3 short promotional/marketing videos for the CrossRoad Summer Institute

 

Requirements

  • Must be a college/graduate student or young professional who is an active member of the Orthodox Church

  • Strong competency in using a video camera and coordinating media/technology

  • Strong competency and former experience using professional video editing software

  • Excellent organizational skills

 

Dates:  June 17 – July 17, 2017 (Full-time filming responsibilities); July 18-August 4, 2017 (Video editing, flexible schedule)

Compensation: $3,000-$5,000 commensurate with experience

For full job description and how to apply, please email: crossroad@hchc.edu

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Fri, 24 Mar 2017 10:25:55 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49343/CrossRoad-Videographer-Video-Editor.html
<![CDATA[Greek School Principal]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49340/Greek-School-Principal.html

The Principal of the Greek School shall be in charge of the central office of the Greek School and shall act under the direction of the Board of Education and the Executive Committee.  The Principal is responsible for seeing that the Board’s instructions are carried out.  The Principal shall recommend plans of work and shall conduct the day-to-day business of the Greek School.  The Principal shall evaluate and make recommendations on retaining, hiring, and termination of teachers and aides with the approval of the Board of Education and the Parish Council. 

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Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:48:48 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49340/Greek-School-Principal.html
<![CDATA[Receptionist]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49336/Receptionist.html

 

Qualifications/Skills

 

·         Ability to meet people comfortably and confidently.

 

·         Personable and respectful on the phone and in correspondence.

 

·         Organized, competent, efficient and creative.

 

·         Ability to multitask and prioritize projects.

 

·         Computer proficient in Microsoft Office and Publisher.

 

·         Proficient in navigating social media outlets.

 

·         Writing and creative ability, profess proficiency in grammar, usage and style.

 

·         Self- initiating, always seeking ways to relieve Clergy of administrative burdens.

 

·         Trustworthy to follow through with delegated responsibilities in a timely manner.

 

·         Team building skills and able to create and/or improve systems to make them work more efficiently.

 

·         Able to safeguard confidential material.

 

·         Not necessarily a member of this church, but an active member of another Christian church.

 

·         Post high school vocational/specialized training or an associate’s degree.

 

·         Previous experience in administrative assistant role preferred.

 

Duties

 

·         Provide administrative staff support services to the Clergy and Pastoral Staff.

 

·         Provide direct administrative staff support services to the Secretary of the Parish Council.

 

·         Provide primary phone coverage (first to answer all incoming calls).

 

·         Receive incoming calls, answer questions and provide information whenever possible. 

 

·         Screen voicemails left on Parish telephone system and forward information to Clergy or other appropriate Parish Staff, Parish Council Members, ADS, or other appropriate persons.

 

·         Respond to all emails and voicemails not directly relevant to pastoral duties, solicitation for financial support, questions regarding gifts and contributions and scheduling.

 

·         Take complete and accurate messages and route calls to appropriate staff members.

 

·         Welcome guests and parishioners by greeting them, in person or on the telephone, answering or directing inquiries.

 

·         Manage and coordinate all electronic media including: (a) editing and sending announcements to various groups within the Parish, and (b) posting new events to online Parish calendar.

 

·         Maintain and update internal office Parish calendar and maintain and update Parish website.

 

·         Manage, which includes the monitoring of, posting to and updating of, all social media outlets.

 

·         Ensure operation of office equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirements; calling for repairs; maintain equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques.

 

·         Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level, anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies.

 

·         Notify staff members and volunteers of committee meetings and assist with preparation of committee meeting documents as needed.

 

·         Provide support to Admin 2 with compilation and distribution of all Parish publications, including the Weekly Worship Guide, the Weekly Bulletin, the Annunciator, and other informational flyers and newsletters.

 

·         Bulk mailings: reproduce, fold, address and prepare mailings. 

 

·         Sort and distribute incoming mail.

 

·         Assist with special Parish events including General Assemblies and Parish Council elections.

 

·         Provide administrative support to Atlanta Greek Festival.

 

·         Support the Pastoral Staff with any tasks that might be done to free them as much as possible to remain dedicated to their clerical and pastoral duties.

 

·         Maintain parish confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.

 

·         Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

 

 

 

Other General Expectations

 

·         Always exhibit professionalism, demonstrated by a well-groomed appearance, conscientious work ethic, teaching ability and accountability.

 

·         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.

 

·         Always exercise discernment and wise judgment.

 

·         Be a person who gives extreme attention to details with an eye for excellence.

 

·         Have a non-lackadaisical attitude with the willingness to seek new information, training, and resources when needed.

 

·         Able to create an environment that is inviting to people passing through on a daily basis.

 

 

 

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Sat, 11 Mar 2017 13:10:21 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49336/Receptionist.html
<![CDATA[Financial Admin]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49165/Financial-Admin.html

 

FINANCIAL ADMIN

 

 

 

Primary Responsibility:  Perform booking and accounting assistance for Parish.

Direct Report:  Parish Clergy and Parish Council Treasurer.

Managed by:   Church Administrator.

Position:  Full Time.

 

 

 

Qualifications/Skills

 

  • Background in accounting; associates or bachelor’s degree in accounting required.

  • Minimum 5 years of booking experience.

  • Experience compiling and analyzing financial statements and budgets.

  • Computer proficient in MS Office Suite with high proficiency in Microsoft Excel

  • Experience working with church and or school accounting software (e.g. ACS and FACTS).

  • Ability to maintain high level of accuracy confidentiality concerning bookkeeping and financial files.

  • Organized, competent, efficient and creative; ability to multitask and prioritize projects.

  • Effective verbal and listening communication skills.

  • Trustworthy to follow through with delegated responsibilities in a timely manner.

  • Able to safeguard confidential material.

 

Duties

 

The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Provide primary bookkeeping support for all Parish funds.

  • Provide direct financial and budgeting support to the Parish Council Treasurer and the Parish Council.

  • Assist the Parish Council Treasurer in the preparation of monthly financial statements and ad hoc reports or analysis.

  • Provide accounting support to the Annunciation Day School (“ADS”) School Board by assisting with the budget process.

  • Provide direct financial and accounting support to the Annunciation Day School (“ADS”) by managing all facets of and maintaining the FACTS management program for tuition payments and overall financial statements of the ADS.

  • Provide direct financial and accounting support to the Greek School by managing all facets of tuition payments and overall financial statements of the Greek School.

  • Update and maintain financial database for all Parish accounts and ADS accounts.

  • Produce and monitor financial reports and budgets under the direction of the Parish Council Treasurer.

  • Maintain accounts payable including organization of bills, maintenance of accounting files, and distribution of checks/payments.

  • Liaison with vendors to ensure accurate billing and payment to all accounts.

  • Secure evidence of receiving and proper approval of incoming invoices; enter invoices into bookkeeping database for payment.

  • Maintain petty cash with accurate records and receipts.

  • Provide direct accounting and financial support for the Atlanta Greek Festival Budget.

  • Assist with special Parish events including General Assemblies and Parish Council elections.

  • Maintain Parish confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Other General Expectations

 

  • Always exhibit professionalism, demonstrated by a well-groomed appearance, conscientious work ethic, teaching ability and accountability.

  • 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.

 

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Fri, 10 Mar 2017 21:09:08 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49165/Financial-Admin.html
<![CDATA[Activities Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49166/Activities-Director.html

 

ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR

Primary Responsibility:  Assist Clergy and Parish Council and leaders of Parish ministries by providing support and continuity to existing programs and facilitate the growth of future Parish programs, with a particular emphasis on youth related activities.

Direct Report:  Parish Clergy and Parish Council Vice President of Activities

Managed By:  Church Administrator

Position:  Full Time

 

 

 

Qualifications/Skills

 

At a minimum, the Activities Director needs to demonstrate the following:

 

  • A sense of calling to youth ministry.

  • Ability to plan, organize, lead and guide complex projects and spontaneous activities related to Parish activities and youth ministries.

  • Excellent written and communications skills.

  • Ability to work closely with other staff members and develop a support team of volunteers made up of team players.

  • Knowledge of computer systems, including word processing, electronic communication software, membership software, and financial reporting and accounting software.

  • Computer proficient in Microsoft Office and Publisher.

  • Able to safeguard confidential material.

  • Active in the liturgical life of an Orthodox Christian Church Parish.

  • A bachelor’s degree in a related field from accredited university or college, or equivalent combination of education and youth work experience preferred.

 

In addition this position requires:

 

  • Background Check

  • Archdiocese Youth Protection Policy Training

  • CPR Certification

     

 

Duties & Responsibilities

 

  • Provide direct support to Clergy, Parish Council President, and Parish Council Vice President of Activities.

  • Become acquainted with parishioners, group leaders and various ministries as part of a 3-month orientation.

 

Parish Adult Ministries and Activities

 

  • Organize at least one adult activity for the Parish each week to possibly include but not limited to crafts, exercise, games, films or other special projects.

  • Assist Vice President of Activities in planning monthly fellowship activities.

  • Keep current the master calendar of all Parish events, meetings and activities.

  • Establish event planning checklist and procedures for church activities. 

  • Maintain a database of all past activities and the accompanying planning checklists for future reference.

  • Cultivate and support parishioners to serve as volunteers.

  • Establish a volunteer database and assist group leaders with the orientation and training of volunteers for various programs and ministries.

 

Parish Youth Ministries and Activities

 

  • Assist Parish Clergy and youth workers to promote to the youth an active liturgical life, service projects and events of the Parish and local community.

  • Assist Parish Clergy and Pastoral Assistant in organizing ministries that include but are not limited to: HOPE, JOY, GOYA, YAYP, Dance Ministries and OCF programs.

  • Participate in Metropolitan or Archdiocesan retreats, rallies, conventions, etc.

  • Oversee the operation of all athletic programs.

  • Interface with other Parish ministries dealing with youth.

  • Ensure the proper documentation is acquired and maintained for all young people participating in trips and programs.

  • Maintain a database of all past activities and the accompanying planning checklists for future reference.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Work with and meet regularly with Parish Clergy, Pastoral Assistant, the Parish youth ministry team and any youth advisory groups to promote cohesion and coordination in all aspects of youth ministry.

  • Assist the Clergy, Pastoral Assistant and Cathedral Staff in the planning and execution of vacation bible school (Annunciation Summer Day Camp).

  • Develop and implement additional youth programs with approval of Clergy.

  • Maintain active and timely lines of communication with the youth, young adults, their parents and the Parish in general through periodical newsletters or inserts in the Parish’s established forms of communication, through phone calls, through email, website and social media.

  • Recruit parents and appropriate adults to serve as chaperones and as youth workers with the approval of the Parish Clergy.

  • Recruit and train youth workers.

  • Keep confidential sensitive communications with Clergy, Pastoral Assistant, Parish Council and Parish Administrator.

  • Meet with Parish Clergy before and after all youth activities/programs.

  • Provide regular reports to Parish Clergy.

  • Provide monthly written reports to Parish Council, and attend Parish Council meetings as requested.

  • Serve as ex-officio member of the EHCYD committee.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Other General Expectations

 

  • 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fri, 10 Mar 2017 21:08:50 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49166/Activities-Director.html
<![CDATA[Executive Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49334/Executive-Director.html

Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is an agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States and serves as the official campus ministry for the twelve (12) Orthodox Christian jurisdictions that the Assembly represents. Its mission is to transform the lives of college students in the United States and Canada by guiding them along the path to Jesus Christ through His Church, cultivating a campus community and global outreach of worship, witness, service, fellowship, and education.

Located on the campus of Hellenic College Holy Cross in Brookline, Massachusetts, and with a network that stretches across the country, OCF is seeking an Executive Director. The Executive Director will be the “face of OCF” and be responsible for the overall operations of OCF’s campus ministry and national programs. The candidate must demonstrate strong leadership ability, project management skills, and an ability to multitask.


 

Duties and Responsibilities

The Executive Director must be skilled in:

  1. Office Management: Create best practices and manage an office staff of on site and off site employees, contractors, and volunteers to meet the business and ministry needs of OCF.

  2. Financial Management: Plan and monitor office, program and event budgets and expenditures, including but not limited to managing the bidding process for certain work, technology maintenance and upgrades, donation records, and supply chain.

  3. Program Management: Oversee and further develop OCF’s various ministries, including but not limited to its presence on over 400 college campuses, district and regional retreats, national conferences, and international mission trips.

  4. Development/Fundraising: Work with the Board of Directors to cultivate a donor base for the OCF ministry and to develop a fundraising campaign of regular donors, appeals, grants, and special events that meets the budgetary needs and long-term sustainability of the organization.

  5. Interjurisdictional Relations: Represent OCF and manage OCF’s relationship within the Assembly, in coordination of efforts with other agencies, and in furthering the support from and of the Orthodox Christian jurisdictions which OCF represents.

  6. Liaison with the Board of Directors: Report regularly to, and coordinate with, the Board of Directors to maintain the integrity, efficiency, economy, and effectiveness of the operations and ministry of OCF.


Other Details

Compensation: Exempt employment. Competitive and negotiable based upon experience. Health insurance coverage is available.

Work Schedule: Full-time, Monday through Friday (9:00 am to 5:00 pm), with recurrent work required outside of normal hours (evenings and/or weekends).

Travel: The Executive Director will be required to travel regularly (10-20%) to support OCF events and in support of OCF's development/fundraising campaign.


 

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Mon, 06 Mar 2017 16:00:55 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49334/Executive-Director.html
<![CDATA[Assistant Director & Instructional Designer]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49333/Assistant-Director-&-Instructional-Designer.html

Hellenic College Holy Cross (HCHC) is the center of higher education founded by, associated with, and supported by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. The undergraduate college offers various programs and courses leading to a bachelors degree, and the graduate school offers three programs leading to a masters degree. Its mission is the formation and education of the person within the life of an Orthodox Christian community.

 

Job Summary:

 

Works under the direction of, and provides leadership assistance to the Director of Continuing Education and eLearning in overseeing various eLearning initiatives, acts as the Learning Management System (LMS) administrator, course designer and curriculum developer. The incumbent provides direct support to faculty and institutional administrators in the design and development of web-enhanced, hybrid and fully online courses and degrees, the use of the learning management and instructional technology systems, and the application of sound pedagogical and instructional design principles. CANVAS is the application and environment of choice to deliver on-line instruction for use with distamce, hybrid and face-to-face courses.

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Fri, 03 Mar 2017 10:32:43 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49333/Assistant-Director-&-Instructional-Designer.html
<![CDATA[All Saints Camp Food Server]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49332/All-Saints-Camp-Food-Server.html

 

Job Description

 

Assists the Food Service Manager/Head Cook in preparing and serving nutritious meals and in maintaining the cleanliness and sanitation of the kitchen, serving and dishwashing areas.

 

 

Organization

 

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2018, All Saints Camp in beautiful rural Emlenton, PA is the summer home for programs of the Ukrainian Orthodox Camping Ministry of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States.  All Saints Camp is home to programs for Orthodox youth through 18 years of age as well as hosting encampments by outside church and youth organizations every summer.  The camp’s 95 acres along the Allegheny River are a rustic spiritual retreat, with the church activities centered in the beautiful Saint Thomas Chapel.  Considerable recreational activities are available as well, including a large swimming pool and basketball and tennis courts.  Located only 80 miles north of Pittsburgh and minutes from Interstate 80, All Saints Camp provides a haven where youth can grow in their Orthodox faith and enjoy healthy outdoor summer activities in a safe, nurturing environment.

 

 

Responsibilities

 

 

1)  Assist in the daily operations of the camp food service.

 

2)  Assist in the preparation of food as the menu indicates including washing and peeling.

 

3)  Set up food, supplies, and utensils for dining hall distribution and food serving.

 

4)  Place and serve meals as directed by Food Service Manager/Head Cook.

 

5)  Prepare and maintain beverages, salad bar, condiments, snacks and other items as directed.

 

6)  Store food and leftovers at proper temperature.

 

7)  Assist in routine sanitation of the kitchen and related equipment.

 

8  Clean and maintain all food-preparation, serving and storage areas.

 

9)  Wash all dishes, serving and preparation equipment, and utensils according to regulated washing methods and temperatures.

 

10)  Reduce waste, reuse items, and recycle as indicated through the camp’s procedures.

 

11)  Ensure kitchen laundry completed on regular basis per procedures.

 

12)  Monitor kitchen and dining hall trash cans and empty as needed and placed in areas per ASC policy and procedures.

 

13)  Work as a member of a food service team.

 

14)  Complete assigned tasks with other kitchen team members quickly, accurately in a courteous and professional manner.

 

15)  Participate in kitchen training as provided.

 

16)  Assist with receiving/storing food orders per requirements.

 

17)  Maintain a polite, courteous, and professional demeanor at all times to provide quality customer service to encampments.

 

18)  Maintain a clean and professional physical appearance.

 

 

Other Job Duties

 

1)  Assist with maintaining other camp building kitchen areas as required.

 

2)  Assist with receiving/storing of food orders as needed.

 

3)  Assist in recording inventory.

 

4)  Assist with daily distribution/returned food counts as needed.

 

5)  Follow and adhere to all ASC policies and procedures as provided.

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Thu, 02 Mar 2017 12:42:08 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49332/All-Saints-Camp-Food-Server.html
<![CDATA[All Saints Camp Kitchen Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49331/All-Saints-Camp-Kitchen-Assistant.html

 

Job Description

 

Assists the Food Service Manager/Head Cook preparing and serving nutritious meals and in maintaining the cleanliness and sanitation of the kitchen, serving and dishwashing areas.

 

 

Organization

 

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2018, All Saints Camp in beautiful rural Emlenton, PA is the summer home for programs of the Ukrainian Orthodox Camping Ministry of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States.  All Saints Camp is home to programs for Orthodox youth through 18 years of age as well as hosting encampments by outside church and youth organizations every summer.  The camp’s 95 acres along the Allegheny River are a rustic spiritual retreat, with the church activities centered in the beautiful Saint Thomas Chapel.  Considerable recreational activities are available as well, including a large swimming pool and basketball and tennis courts.  Located only 80 miles north of Pittsburgh and minutes from Interstate 80, All Saints Camp provides a haven where youth can grow in their Orthodox faith and enjoy healthy outdoor summer activities in a safe, nurturing environment.

 

 

Responsibilities

 

1)  Assist in the daily operations of the camp food service.

 

2)  Assist in the preparation of food as the menu indicates including washing and peeling.

 

3)  Bake breads, pastries, muffins, desserts, salads, etc.

 

4)  Set up food, supplies, and utensils for dining hall distribution and food serving.

 

5)  Store food and leftovers at proper temperature.

 

6)  Assist in routine sanitation of the kitchen and related equipment.

 

7)  Clean and maintain all food-preparation, serving and storage areas.

 

8)  Wash all dishes, serving and preparation equipment, and utensils according to regulated washing methods and temperatures.

 

9)  Reduce waste, reuse items, and recycle as indicated through the camp’s procedures.

 

10)  Work as a member of a food service team.

 

11)  Complete assigned tasks with other kitchen team members quickly, accurately in a courteous and professional manner.

 

12)  Assist with receiving/storing food orders per requirements.

 

13)  Maintain a polite, courteous, and professional demeanor at all times to provide quality customer service to encampments.

 

14)  Maintain a clean and professional physical appearance.

 

 

Other Job Duties

 

1)  Assist in recording inventory.

 

2)  Assist with daily distribution/returned food counts.

 

3)  Assist with maintaining other camp building kitchen areas as required.

 

4)  Assist with receiving/storing of food orders as needed.

 

5)  Follow and adhere to all ASC policy and proceduresas provided.

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Thu, 02 Mar 2017 12:29:46 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49331/All-Saints-Camp-Kitchen-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[All Saints Camp Maintenance Staff]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49330/All-Saints-Camp-Maintenance-Staff.html

 

Job Description

Maintenance Staff members complete assigned daily camp maintenance duties and work on facility projects and improvements as assigned.  Ensures the camp facilities provide a safe and clean environment for campers, staff and guests.

 

Organization

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2018, All Saints Camp in beautiful rural Emlenton, PA is the summer home for programs of the Ukrainian Orthodox Camping Ministry of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States.  All Saints Camp is home to programs for Orthodox youth through 18 years of age as well as hosting encampments by outside church and youth organizations every summer.  The camp’s 95 acres along the Allegheny River are a rustic spiritual retreat, with the church activities centered in the beautiful Saint Thomas Chapel.  Considerable recreational activities are available as well, including a large swimming pool and basketball and tennis courts.  Located only 80 miles north of Pittsburgh and minutes from Interstate 80, All Saints Camp provides a haven where youth can grow in their Orthodox faith and enjoy healthy outdoor summer activities in a safe, nurturing environment.

 

Position

Reporting to the All Saints Camp Maintenance Manager, Maintenance staff complete all facility and grounds maintenance.  This is an hourly, seasonal position, May through August/September, ending date negotiable based on availability.  Housing, and meals during encampments, can be provided for applicants living outside of the Emlenton, PA, area.   

 

This is a unique opportunity to serve God and Orthodox Church and grow in the faith in a beautiful, rural setting.

 

Responsibilities

Camp Maintenance

-  Undertake maintenance duties on all assigned projects.

-  Assist in maintaining all equipment and the garage/maintenance facility.

-  Assist in daily pool maintenance and upkeep.

-  Undertake janitorial activities as assigned.

 

Grounds Maintenance

-  Undertake grounds maintenance activities as assigned.

-  Assist in maintaining all grounds maintenance equipment. 

-  Undertake tree maintenance work as required.

 

Work as a member of the All Saints Camp team.

-   Work closely with other ASC maintenance staff.

-  Complete assigned tasks with staff members quickly, accurately in a courteous and professional manner.

-  Maintain a polite, courteous, and professional demeanor at all times to provide quality customer service to encampments.

-  Maintain a clean and professional physical appearance.

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Thu, 02 Mar 2017 12:20:47 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49330/All-Saints-Camp-Maintenance-Staff.html
<![CDATA[Receptionist & Office Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49329/Receptionist-&-Office-Assistant.html

Date Finalized:   March 1, 2017

Job Title:             Receptionist & Office Assistant 

Location:             Carnegie, PA

Reports to:         Executive Director & Summer Feeding Program Operations Manager    

Incumbent:        Open

 

Summary

FOCUS North America is a faith-based national organization that provides feeding, employment, housing, healthcare and educational services to the homeless and working poor in America.  FOCUS has operations and programs in numerous cities across the United States. All of FOCUS North America’s services are provided without discrimination of any kind and there is no faith commitment required from anyone who receives assistance. FOCUS’ goal is to sustainably transform the lives of the homeless and working poor, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency.

 

To support the daily functions of the National Office, the receptionist will be the first point of contact for the office and will provide administrative support across the organization.  The receptionist will handle the flow of people through the office and ensure that all receptionist responsibilities are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. In addition, the receptionist will support program, advancement, and communications staff, with administrative responsibilities. 

 

Responsibilities

Receptionist:

  • Serve visitors by greeting, welcoming, directing and announcing them appropriately
  • Answer, screen and forward any incoming phone calls while providing basic information when needed
  • Receive and sort daily email/mail/deliveries/couriers
  • Perform other clerical receptionist duties such as filing, photocopying, mailing, scheduling etc.

 

Office Administration Responsibilities:

 

  • Administer general, day to day office functions including ordering of office supplies
  • Assist with donor-specific data entry and record keeping
  • Assist national program staff in completing forms and research necessary for government reimbursements
  • Assist national program staff with research into state government nutrition and feeding requirements, to support FOCUS’ work in childhood hunger reduction
  • Assist with basic donor stewardship (e.g. make follow up thank you telephone, calls, write thank you notes, etc.)
  • Assist programs, fundraising, and communications staff with general file keeping/maintenance, purchases/orders, shipping.  
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Wed, 01 Mar 2017 10:55:52 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49329/Receptionist-&-Office-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[US Program Intern – Minneapolis field office]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49326/US-Program-Intern-–-Minneapolis-field-office.html

IOCC internships typically require a 10 to 12 week full-time commitment during the months of May – September. The intern will receive a stipend, but will be responsible for his/her own housing.

  • Responsibilities: Degree candidate or graduate in any of the social science disciplines who will assist in successfully managing IOCC Orthodox Action Teams doing home builds in New Orleans, Oklahoma City and Columbia, SC this summer, as well as assisting with the national Serv-X-treme! Youth Leadership Conference in Minneapolis and the IOCC Frontline Conference in Chicago. The intern will also work to identify and assist to write grants to expand the IOCC US Program. Internship will include some travel to various project sites which will likely include locations in Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina and West Virginia.
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Thu, 23 Feb 2017 09:39:01 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49326/US-Program-Intern-–-Minneapolis-field-office.html
<![CDATA[Executive Director of Development]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49324/Executive-Director-of-Development.html

Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary invites applications for the position of Executive Director of Development for a full-time position beginning not later than September 1, 2017.  Founded in 1948, Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary is a college-level professional school of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR), committed to continuation of the theological and spiritual legacy of the Russian Orthodox Church and to the training of future pastors and lay leaders to serve the Russian Church Abroad.

The Executive Director of Development is in charge of the overall fundraising plan and coordinates all aspects of fundraising and public relations efforts at HTS including the following:

  • Develops and executes short- and long-term fundraising strategies including annual fund drives, capital campaigns, endowment growth, and bequests.
  • Builds donor base, facilitates relationships with donors, promotes Seminary programs, and coordinates with fundraising and stewardship efforts on behalf of the Seminary.
  • Identifies grant opportunities and applies for grants.
  • Plans and implements programs and projects that strategically engage HTS alumni, establishing enduring relationships with them and facilitating their involvement with and stewardship of the Seminary.
  • Supervises organization of fundraising and promotional events.
  • Coordinates with Seminary administrative officers and staff to ensure compliance with sources of scholarship and other funds, such as DoD approval for veterans.
  • Supervises and directs media staff who are responsible for HTS’s web presence including HTS website and social media.  Oversees email outreach including regular targeted emails with promotional content, fundraising appeals, event announcements, etc. Directs the production of promotional print media, including annual appeals.
  • Ensures that HTS students, staff, and/or faculty are well-prepared for advancing the Seminary’s PR, fundraising, and recruiting goals when they visit parishes and represent the Seminary.
  • Supervises the overall donations process including thank you letters and reports to the Financial Committee.
  • Participates in the budgeting process.

The Executive Director of Development reports to the Dean of the Seminary.

Compensation:

A competitive compensation package commensurate with industry standards is being offered.  The exact salary will depend on experience.  An annual performance bonus opportunity will be included in compensation.  A relocation package will be provided. 

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<![CDATA[Church Chanter]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49323/Church-Chanter.html

This is a an opportunity for a young Orthodox Christian to spread his or her wings and be part of an exciting church mission in a beautiful location known for its outdoor recreational activities.

Room and Board provided + $500.00 per month with possibility for more.  Applicant might want to look for other part time work.  

Wenatchee is located in north central Wasington State in a beautiful valley surrounded by hills and mountains.  A smaller city (about 35,000 people or 75,000 with surrounding areas) with recreational opportunities within minutes: Hiking, Biking, Skiing (snow & water), Fishing, Rock Climbing and more.

A basic knowledge of Byzantine Chant is necessary but training can be provided as well.

Three Hierarchs Mission is a warm, friendly, dynamic Orthodox community with a strong spiritually centered life not far from St. John the Forerunner Monastery in Goldendale, WA and near other Orthodox parishes with Orthodox Christian teens & young adults.  We have a monthly young persons gathering for all Orthodox Christians in the area.

If interested, please call Fr. Michael Shanbour at 509-263-6441 or email michaelmak@aol.com.

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Wed, 22 Feb 2017 12:19:51 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49323/Church-Chanter.html
<![CDATA[Pastoral Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49321/Pastoral-Assistant.html

Summary

The Pastoral Assistant  role offers an expansive opportunity to assist the Presiding Priest in developing the St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church of Naples, FL to its next level of success as a vibrant, prosperous and spiritually healthy Christian Orthodox community, especially in the three vital areas of Parish Life:  Worship, Service, Discipleship.

Primary Responsibilities

Building the Body of Christ by increasing participation in all parish programs, especially youth and young adult.  Specific duties will be talent and experience driven, with mentoring provided.

Accountability

Reports directly to the Presiding Priest (Fr. Philemon Patitsas).  The person hired to fill this position will receive a 90 day review as part of their ongoing development and placement, with continued quarterly reviews thereafter.

Setting

St. Katherine is located in beautiful Naples, Florida.  The community has undergone multiple phases of growth:  Mission Era (1983-1989); Original Parcel (5.7 acres/1990); Community Center (1993); Sanctuary (2000); Bates Parcel (5.8 acres/2004); Consecration (2011); Mortgage Burning (2014); Corner Parcel (4.5 acres/2016); Membership Growth (2012 to Present).

Since 2012, St. Katherine has added 25 to 30 new families per year, and has grown from 115 to 350 stewards; it has increased to more than 40 ministries, including the Agape Charities (which has strategic relationships with: Habit for Humanity building new homes for the poor and needy; and the Golisano Pediatric Cancer Center.  The Annual Greek Festival draws >15k attendees.

The parish offers many discipleship opportunities: the Sunday School program has more than 150 participating children; the Hellenic Dance program has 65 participants; the GOYA has 26 teens; the Philoptochos has more than 80 members; the Men’s Club ministry has in excess of 100 participants; Young Professionals has in excess of 60 members. 

St. Katherine hosts the nationally acclaimed Christian Rights and Freedom Institute (www.christianrightsandfreedom.org), which offers a 10 event speaker series on religious liberty and human rights, culminating with a national symposium. 

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Tue, 21 Feb 2017 15:32:15 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49321/Pastoral-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Fellowships at the United Nations.]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49320/Fellowships-at-the-United-Nations..html

The Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America is inviting graduate and recent post-graduate students to apply for its fellowships at the United Nations.

“Our programs at the U.N. have been growing every year and continue to effectively represent the Church in civil society,” said the Rev. Dr. Nathanael Symeonides, director of the department. “We want to continue bringing Orthodox Christians into these fellowships to empower them as future professionals, diplomats, policy-makers and advocates.”

Two applicants will be selected for yearlong stipended fellowships that will begin in the fall of 2017. The fellows will work in New York City in the department’s office at the Church Center for the United Nations.

Fellows will focus their work at the U.N. in three main areas: human rights, environment, or humanitarianism.

Among other activities, fellows will have the opportunity to join and participate in the work of nongovernmental organization committees at the U.N., assist in formulating oral and written statements and interventions, plan and host events during U.N. Economic and Social Council functional commissions, and participate in panel discussions at future biennial national clergy-laity congresses.

The Department launched its Faith-based Diplomacy and Advocacy Initiative in 2015 with funding from The Archbishop Iakovos Leadership 100 Endowment Fund. Since then, a total of three fellowships have been granted.

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<![CDATA[Director of Development]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49319/Director-of-Development.html

Director of Development

FOCUS North America


SUMMARY:

  • Classification:  Exempt
  • Reports to:  Executive Director of FOCUS North America
  • Supervises:  Fundraising and Marketing / Communications Staff

 

About Us:

FOCUS North America is a faith-based national organization that provides employment, housing, healthcare and educational services to the homeless and working poor in America.  FOCUS has operations and programs in numerous cities across the United States. All of FOCUS North America’s services are provided without discrimination of any kind and there is no faith commitment required from anyone who receives assistance. FOCUS’ goal is to sustainably transform the lives of the homeless and working poor, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency.

 

About this Role:

To support our mission, FOCUS seeks to hire a Director of Development.  This full-time position will lead fundraising success across a broad portfolio of FOCUS donors and supporters.  This is a leadership position, responsible for results and for effectively leading and managing FOCUS staff, resources and assets to achieve these goals.

 

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plan and execute a comprehensive advancement program that includes the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of all donors
  • Develop Strategy and Fundraising Plans that will achieve growth goals and include specific approaches for the portfolio’s segments
  • Manage a personal portfolio of 100 to 125 individual donor prospects.
  • Manage foundation relations including research, proposal writing, and stewardship.
  • Lead and manage fundraising and marketing/communication staff, fundraising resources and brand assets
  • Obtain approval from Executive Director (ED) for the team’s plans and initiatives, coordinate with ED during execution and support ED’s fundraising activities per ED’s plan
  • Lead the organization in fundraising across broad donor classes, using traditional fundraising methods (e.g., direct mail) and newer approaches (e.g., social media)
  • Ensure accuracy of donor data and fundraising metrics, and appropriately integrate information with Financial and Communications systems
  • Oversee a prospect management process that supports the Board of Directors, the Executive Director, Center Directors and advancement staff.
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Wed, 15 Feb 2017 15:36:01 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49319/Director-of-Development.html
<![CDATA[CrossRoad Summer Institute Summer Internship (Paid)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49318/CrossRoad-Summer-Institute-Summer-Internship-(Paid).html

CrossRoad Summer Institute 2017

Paid Summer Internship

for College Student/Recent Graduate

Brookline, MA

Office of Vocation & Ministry at Hellenic College
Institution: Hellenic College
Reports to
 CrossRoad Director/Associate Director

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

About CrossRoad:  CrossRoad is an engaging summer institute for Orthodox Christian high school juniors and seniors sponsored by the Office of Vocation & Ministry at Hellenic College. CrossRoad offers two ten-day sessions on the campus of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Overview

The Office of Vocation and Ministry (OVM) and CrossRoad Summer Institute at Hellenic College seeks to hire one summer intern who would enjoy being a part of our fast-paced, organized, and technologically-oriented office. The OVM/CrossRoad is comprised of a small, dynamic team dedicated to fulfilling its mission to train, educate and inspire the next generation of leaders for the Orthodox Church.  During the summer, our intern serves as a backbone to the CrossRoad program, assisting in all logistical and administrative tasks to make sure the program runs smoothly.

Through this position the intern will gain experience in project management, event coordination, and task management, and will gain first-hand experience as to the inner workings of a vibrant ministry in the Orthodox Church.

Key Areas of Responsibility

Office of Vocation & Ministry/CrossRoad Summer Institute

  • Order necessary materials and supplies for office and CrossRoad Summer Institute
  • Answer phones
  • Photocopy and distribute materials to CrossRoad participants during program
  • Manage all CrossRoad mailings
  • Maintain correspondence with CrossRoad participants re requirements for attendance (ie. health forms, permission slips, etc.)
  • Maintain organization and perform daily operations for CrossRoad as needed or assigned
  • Support CrossRoad Director and Associate Director with any and all administrative tasks
  • Update website daily with photos during both sessions
  • Maintain CrossRoad social media accounts and posted photos daily
  • Maintain files and database for CrossRoad participants
  • Manage catering for CrossRoad meals
  • Manage transportation logistics
  • Adhere to and enforce all CrossRoad program policies
  • Establish and maintain contact with business partners, Hellenic College and Holy Cross faculty and staff, various clergy members, and other close associates of the program as needed or assigned
  • Other duties and tasks as needed 

Skills and attributes

  • Excellent organizational skills (including computer file organization)
  •  Excellent knowledge of the internet and how to utilize it in organizing and planning events
  • Ability to product search and compare online
  • Friendly and competent phone manners
  • Good rapport with teenagers and college students
  • Team-oriented approach to program planning and implementation
  • Flexibility and adaptability in planning and carrying out program events
  • Ability to produce and manage task list
  • Familiarity with and appreciation for the mission and vision of the OVM and CrossRoad
  • Strong command of grammatical English 
  • Ability to work well under pressure

 

Experience required

  •  Strong knowledge of all MS Office Programs – in particular, Word, Excel and Publisher
  •  Knowledge of website updating strongly preferred
  • Familiarity with Gmail and other Google applications
  • Photo/File uploading
  • Editing

Dates/Hours: Approximately 30 hours a week starting at the end of May/beginning of June with the potential for more during the two CrossRoad sessions (June 17- June 27 and July 5 - July 15, 2017), and ending July 21, 2017 (and otherwise good flexibility).

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to crossroad@hchc.edu


Office of Vocation & Ministry

50 Goddard Ave.

Brookline, MA 02445

 

                                                                 

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<![CDATA[Part-time Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49314/Part-time-Bookkeeper-Administrative-Assistant.html

This individual will be responsible for various bookkeeping and administrative duties.

Bookkeeping Responsibilities:
•To ensure accurate financial statements on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis

•To properly record receipts and expenditures

•To provide support to the office

•Record accounts payable to the proper account, in the proper period, and ensure payment in a timely manner

•Record income receipts to the proper account and in the proper period

•Prepare financial information for various ministries

•Review credit card activity and documentation

•Assist with information needed for financial audits

•Prepare accounts receivable invoicing and statements

•Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures, an orderly accounting filing system and perform other duties as may be assigned.

Administrative Responsibilities

· Provide administrative support to the parish office including but not limited to filing, answering phone, generating letters as well as the weekly bulletin, record keeping, and telephone and email communications

· Preparing routine correspondence and reports

· Assisting with communications with service vendors

 Hours for the position are: Monday – Friday 9am-3pm

**Note: This position is not projected to become a Full Time position.

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<![CDATA[School Secretary]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49313/School-Secretary.html

Private Greek Elementary School in Whitestone, NY is seeking a full time Secretary. Must be bilingual in Engiish/Greek. Fast moving environment. Must be able to multi-task, have knowledge of Excel, Word and Quickbooks. Email resume to: holycrossgos@icloud.com

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Thu, 26 Jan 2017 10:34:42 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49313/School-Secretary.html
<![CDATA[Summer Intern - National Programs]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49311/Summer-Intern---National-Programs.html

About Us

FOCUS North America is a national, faith-based non-profit organization that provides sustainable services to the homeless and working poor of America.  Through targeted feeding, job-creation, housing, and community distribution programs, FOCUS seeks to transform people’s lives, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency.  One of FOCUS’ key activities is supplying school-aged children with nutritious meals over the summer, a time when they typically lack regular access to food. 

 

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

 

Summary

This internship will provide practical, hands-on project management training and skills development in the context of a multi-state community engagement and distribution program targeting feeding of food insecure children.  This is a high-level internship that requires a high-performance and driven individual who is seeking to gain a deep understanding of community and volunteer engagement, as well as federally-mandated social services framework.  Qualified candidates who are interested in domestic or international social services, social entrepreneurship, or community development programs are encouraged to apply.

 

Responsibilities

The intern is responsible for supporting the various needs of a nationally-implemented community engagement and feeding program including: engaging local faith-based communities and volunteers, managing volunteer engagement and participation in FOCUS program activities, keeping detailed distribution records of goods/items delivered to beneficiaries, communicating with local government officials to ensure timely receipt and delivery of goods/items delivered, engaging local volunteers to support fundraising events and activities.  The FOCUS North America Program Intern reports to the Operations Manager. 

Specific Responsibilities are not limited to, but will include:

  1. Support Operations Manager in implementation of a national community engagement and feeding program.
  2. Assist with volunteer coordination and engagement.
  3. Maintain detailed distribution records for goods/items given to program beneficiaries.
  4. Participate in acquiring beneficiary profiles and preparation of public relation materials.
  5. Periodically visit program areas of operation, nationwide.
  6. Assess and review program status on a periodic basis with FOCUS national staff.
  7. Assist with planning and preparing fundraising events and activities.
  8. Perform other duties as required.

 

 

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<![CDATA[Site Supervisor]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49310/Site-Supervisor.html

Job Title:  Site Supervisor - FOCUS Summer Feeding Program

Location:  Pittsburgh, PA

Reports to:  National Summer Feeding Operations Manager

 

About Us

FOCUS North America is a faith-based national organization that provides feeding, employment, housing, healthcare and educational services to the homeless and working poor in America. FOCUS has operations and programs in numerous cities across the United States. All of FOCUS North America's services are provided without discrimination of any kind and there is no faith commitment required from anyone who received assistance. FOCUS' goal is to sustainable transform the lives of the homeless and working poor, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency.

 

About the Program

The FOCUS Summer Feeding Program is a national program aimed at reducing the “silent crisis” of child hunger in America.  Childhood hunger is a problem that affects every community in our country. During the school year, approximately 21 million children in the United States receive free and reduced-price lunches, through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National School Lunch Program. But, when school is out, many of these children go hungry because they have no consistent access to healthy meals.  The FOCUS Summer Feeding Program is designed to provide children in need with nutritious meals all summer long and to engage our vast volunteer network in this effort to help children.

About This Role

To support Summer Feeding activities, FOCUS seeks to hire a Site Supervisor.  This is a part-time position of approximately 24-30 hours per week, for a fixed period of time – approximately from May 15th to September 2nd , 2017. The Site Supervisor will manage day-to-day activities of FOCUS’ feeding program in Pittsburgh. Working with FOCUS’ corporate and institutional partners, the Site Supervisor will engage local volunteers and parishes to prepare and serve approximately 40 to 150 (city/site dependent) cold meals each weekday to a pre-identified group of children in need.  With morning and afternoon hours and an hourly pay rate in the $12 - $15 per hour range, this position is ideal for school teachers or college/grad students on summer vacation.  FOCUS also encourages stay-at-home parents or energetic retirees to apply for this position. 

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Coordinate food deliveries with FOCUS National Office Operations Manager
  • Coordinate meal preparation and assembly
  • Using tools provided by FOCUS National Office, recruit local volunteers to assist with meal preparation and delivery
  • Together with FOCUS National staff, work to train volunteers in program activities
  • Implement meal delivery to location that has been designated by FOCUS National Office
  • Ensure safe and sanitary conditions at meal preparation and delivery sites
  • Supervise meal service on-site
  • Supervise clean-up of meal preparation and service sites
  • Participate in FOCUS-sponsored safe food handling training
  • Ensure compliance with local health and safety standards
  • Compile and maintain detailed records showing number of meals prepared and served
  • Participate in outreach and marketing to local Orthodox parishes and people to engage volunteers and program support
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<![CDATA[Site Supervisor]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49309/Site-Supervisor.html

Job Title:  Site Supervisor - FOCUS Summer Feeding Program

Location:  Washington D.C.

Reports to:  National Summer Feeding Operations Manager

 

About Us

FOCUS North America is a faith-based national organization that provides feeding, employment, housing, healthcare and educational services to the homeless and working poor in America. FOCUS has operations and programs in numerous cities across the United States. All of FOCUS North America's services are provided without discrimination of any kind and there is no faith commitment required from anyone who received assistance. FOCUS' goal is to sustainable transform the lives of the homeless and working poor, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency.

 

About the Program

The FOCUS Summer Feeding Program is a national program aimed at reducing the “silent crisis” of child hunger in America.  Childhood hunger is a problem that affects every community in our country. During the school year, approximately 21 million children in the United States receive free and reduced-price lunches, through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National School Lunch Program. But, when school is out, many of these children go hungry because they have no consistent access to healthy meals.  The FOCUS Summer Feeding Program is designed to provide children in need with nutritious meals all summer long and to engage our vast volunteer network in this effort to help children.

About This Role

To support Summer Feeding activities, FOCUS seeks to hire a Site Supervisor.  This is a part-time position of approximately 24-30 hours per week, for a fixed period of time – approximately from May 15th to September 2nd , 2017. The Site Supervisor will manage day-to-day activities of FOCUS’ feeding program in Washington D.C. Working with FOCUS’ corporate and institutional partners, the Site Supervisor will engage local volunteers and parishes to prepare and serve approximately 40 to 150 (city/site dependent) cold meals each weekday to a pre-identified group of children in need.  With morning and afternoon hours and an hourly pay rate in the $12 - $15 per hour range, this position is ideal for school teachers or college/grad students on summer vacation.  FOCUS also encourages stay-at-home parents or energetic retirees to apply for this position. 

 

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate food deliveries with FOCUS National Office Operations Manager
  • Coordinate meal preparation and assembly
  • Using tools provided by FOCUS National Office, recruit local volunteers to assist with meal preparation and delivery
  • Together with FOCUS National staff, work to train volunteers in program activities
  • Implement meal delivery to location that has been designated by FOCUS National Office
  • Ensure safe and sanitary conditions at meal preparation and delivery sites
  • Supervise meal service on-site
  • Supervise clean-up of meal preparation and service sites
  • Participate in FOCUS-sponsored safe food handling training
  • Ensure compliance with local health and safety standards
  • Compile and maintain detailed records showing number of meals prepared and served
  • Participate in outreach and marketing to local Orthodox parishes and people to engage volunteers and program support
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