Rss http://www.orthodoxjobs.com test description en-us Fri, 23 Feb 2018 12:37:47 GMT Fri, 23 Feb 2018 12:37:47 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/rss/ Weblog Editor 2.0 editor@example.com webmaster@example.com <![CDATA[Director, Major Gifts]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49463/Director,-Major-Gifts.html

      Job Description:

                           Hellenic College Holy Cross

 Director, Major Gifts

                                                           Full Time

 

  Reports to: Vice President, Institutional Advancement

 

 

 

 

 

Hellenic College Holy Cross (HCHC) is the intellectual, educational and spiritual center of the Greek Orthodox Church in America, stimulating, developing, and sustaining ordained and lay vocations for service to Church and society based on faith. HCHC collaborates with the Orthodox Church affiliated institutions and ministries, and offers opportunities for lifelong learning.

 

Position Summary:

 

Working closely with the President and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the position involves designing, developing, delivering, and administering fundraising programs. Develops and implements strategies for cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gift prospects with the capacity for a major gift of $10k to $1M and above.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identify new donor prospects through researching background information on potential donors and developing materials, creating marketing plans, and organizing related programs/events
  • Prepares and negotiates gift instruments ranging from moderate to high complexity
  • Manages a portfolio of principal gift prospects assigned to the President and Deans’
  • Directs the research and preparation of the President’s briefing materials, creates talking points and meeting strategies for the President and Deans’
  • Collaborates with the Director of Financial Aid to ensure proper stewardship of financial aid donors
  • Under the direction of the President and VP/IA plans, organizes, and directs large scale fundraising campaigns which involves coordination of multiple components
  • Identifies, cultivates, solicits and/or stewards majorgift prospects and donors using specific metrics to track all activity and provide reports on outcomes utilizing a “return on investment” strategy in managing donor portfolios
  • Writes complex proposals for solicitation of individual, corporate, and/or grant foundation prospects
  • Recruits, trains, and supports key staff and volunteers who assist in IA efforts
  • Utilize key fundraising applications and databases to implement goals and objectives of the fundraising strategy; Ensure fundraising goals are met
  • Attend business related functions, meetings, and conferences, as well as serve on internal/external committees representing the College
  • Performs other job related duties as assigned.

 

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                           Hellenic College is an equal opportunity employer.

 

                                 A diverse workforce and an inclusive culture is valued.

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Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:54:04 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49463/Director,-Major-Gifts.html
<![CDATA[Vice President for Institutional Advancement]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49462/Vice-President-for-Institutional-Advancement.html

      Job Description:

                           Hellenic College Holy Cross

 Vice President for Institutional Advancement

                                                           Full Time

 

  Reports to: President

 

 

 

 

 

Hellenic College Holy Cross (HCHC) is the intellectual, educational and spiritual center of the Greek Orthodox Church in America, stimulating, developing, and sustaining ordained and lay vocations for service to Church and society based on faith. HCHC collaborates with the Orthodox Church affiliated institutions and ministries, and offers opportunities for lifelong learning.

 

Position Summary:

 

The Vice President for Institutional Advancement (VPIA) is a key member of the senior management team reporting directly to the President and is responsible for developing, leading, managing and promoting all aspects of the advancement efforts for HCHC. The VPIA provides strategic leadership to the development team, and conceives and implements innovative initiatives to support institutional goals while achieving measurable objectives that result in increased levels of philanthropic support, diversified funding streams and broad institutional exposure and public awareness. Development categories include Annual Giving, major gifts, special projects, special events, capital campaigns, planned giving, corporate outreach, membership groups, and government and foundation grants.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a member of the senior staff and maintain close working relationships with members of the Board of Trustees and key alumni/friends.
  • Work closely with the President in all phases of his advancement and campaign leadership activities.
  • Identifies private, public, and corporate/foundation sources of funding.
  • Maintain a dynamic portfolio of major gift prospects in all phases of qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
  • Exhibits knowledge of philosophy of higher education philanthropy and it potential effects on faculty success and student performance.
  • Annually prepares a five-year strategic development plan for HCHC with measurable annual outcomes congruent with College growth plans.
  • Execute existing campaign plans and create future campaign initiatives in support of a comprehensive campaign.
  • Responds to private donor requirements or requests.
  • Working with direct reports, develop annual plans and budgets for Alumni Relations, Annual Scholarship Fund, Gift Planning, Development, and Capital Campaigns.
  • Direct, coach, evaluate, and inspire direct reports toward accountable, goal-oriented outcomes.
  • Maintain cooperative working relationships with faculty and administrative staff whose cooperation is essential to effective development programs.
  • Develop effective internal and external messaging and methods of communication in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications department.
  • Serve as a College advocate in the community and build relationships that link the College with the community.
  • Serves as key liason to the Foundation for HCHC.
  • Writes proposals and seeks fund through various direct or indirect approaches.
  • Acquires non cash contributions.
  • Develops advocacy relationships.
  • Responds to government agency requirements and requests, and ensures regulatory compliance.
  • Sets the IA budget and is responsible for revenue and expenditures.
  • Leads, manages, motivates, and mentors IA team members, and fosters personal and professional development.
  • Leads, provides support, and attends fundraising and and donor cutivation events as necessary.
  • Negotiates agreements and contracts.
  • Performs other job related duties as assigned.

 

 

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                           Hellenic College is an equal opportunity employer.

 

                                 A diverse workforce and an inclusive culture is valued.

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Wed, 21 Feb 2018 09:54:47 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49462/Vice-President-for-Institutional-Advancement.html
<![CDATA[Assistant Social Worker]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49461/Assistant-Social-Worker.html

The National Philoptochos Assistant Social Worker will work closely with the National Philoptochos Social Worker and Social Services Chairs to serve clients who contact the Center of Philanthropy seeking assistance. In addition she/he will provide guidance to the chapters and metropolises, assisting them in meeting the needs of cases in their areas. It is imperative that the individual understands the mission and ethos of the National Philoptochos Society, has a service mentality and works with the utmost discretion, sensitivity and kindness. A Masters in Social Work degree is required, as well as a working knowledge of the Greek language. This is a part time position.

Applications will be accepted until 3/7/2018.

Please send Resume and accompanying documents to: Administration@philoptochos.org

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Wed, 21 Feb 2018 00:11:59 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49461/Assistant-Social-Worker.html
<![CDATA[Development & Information Officer]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49460/Development-&-Information-Officer.html

The National Philoptochos Development & Information Officer is responsible for articulating and implementing the Society’s long-term strategic development plan as proposed in consultation with the Executive Officers. The individual will:

·      Ensure the future of Philoptochos by implementing programs that are relevant to our cross-generational members and address critical issues in today’s society

·      Articulate and promote themission and work of the Society through written communications, website and social media, thereby increasing brand recognition within the greater Greek Orthodox, as well as non-Greek, communities

·      Institute current office programs and systems, including financial and accounting programs, and improve office efficiency 

The position will work closely with executive leadership to ensure that the Society’s key goals are carried out. As a result, skills such as leadership, communication, time management and teamwork are needed. A bachelor’s degree or more is required, along with professional non-profit work experience. In addition, the individual will be expected to demonstrate a thorough knowledge and understanding of the Society’s mission and work, and the Greek language.

Applications will be accepted until 3/7/2018.

Please send Resume and accompanying documents to: Administration@philoptochos.org

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Tue, 20 Feb 2018 23:54:27 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49460/Development-&-Information-Officer.html
<![CDATA[CrossRoad Summer Institute, Boston Internship (PAID)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49459/CrossRoad-Summer-Institute,-Boston-Internship-(PAID).html

CrossRoad Summer Institute 2018

Summer Internship (Boston Sessions)

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 run through 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, as well as a third session on the campus of North Park University in Chicago, Illinois.

JOB OVERVIEW:

The Office of Vocation & Ministry (OVM) and the CrossRoad Summer Institute at Hellenic College seeks to hire an intern who would enjoy being a part of our fast-paced, organized, and technologically-oriented before and during the first two sessions of CrossRoad in Boston (May 30-July 17, 2018). 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, the intern would serve as the backbone to the CrossRoad program for the first two sessions in Boston, assisting in all logistical and administrative tasks to make sure the program runs smoothly. They will also have an opportunity to sit in on some of the classes/sessions during the program to develop their theological knowledge. 

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

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Tue, 20 Feb 2018 15:19:06 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49459/CrossRoad-Summer-Institute,-Boston-Internship-(PAID).html
<![CDATA[SUMMER CAMP Staff Positions Available in WA state]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49457/SUMMER-CAMP-Staff-Positions-Available-in-WA-state.html

Thank you for your interest in joining the 2018 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 6th 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 6 - 8.
High School & Elementary Camp: July 8 to 14.
Advanced Camp: July 15 to 21.

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Tue, 13 Feb 2018 16:38:35 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49457/SUMMER-CAMP-Staff-Positions-Available-in-WA-state.html
<![CDATA[Communications Director- Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49190/Communications-Director--Greek-Orthodox-Metropolis-of-Atlanta.html

Communications Director – Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta

 

General Scope of Responsibilities

Under the direction of His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios (the “Metropolitan”), and the administrative

guidance of the Chancellor of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta (“Metropolis”) and the Head Coaches of the Metropolis of Atlanta Strategic Plan (“Strategic Plan”) , this position is primarily responsible for:

 Directing the communications, community and public relations efforts of the Metropolis and the

Metropolitan;

 Being principally responsible for leading the communications efforts regarding the Strategic Plan,

including Communications Strategic Goals 3.1 and 3.2;

 Coordinating and collaborating with Parish communications liaisons across the Metropolis (“Parish

Champions”) concerning communications strategies and initiatives, and specifically coordinating the

efforts of the Parish Champions regarding Strategic Plan and Metropolis communications;

 Helping to promote and communicate about the Metropolis of Atlanta Diakonia Retreat Center

(“DRC”);

 Supporting the ministry of the Metropolitan with creative use of communications and information

technology; and

 Responding to the communications and information needs, as requested and approved, of the

parishes and ministries of the Metropolis, DRC, entities affiliated with the Metropolis, and the

Strategic Plan.

 

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

 

• Lead all efforts related to the continued maintenance and support of the Metropolis and Strategic Plan websites, working in conjunction with Strategic Plan Technology Task Force 10.1.

• Proactively work to make sure Metropolis, Strategic Plan and DRC maintains an effective presence on theweb including style/presence, search engines and new technologies.

• Help update Metropolis web presence with the latest communications from the Metropolitan.

PR/Promotions

• Create communication strategies to market, inform, and promote key messages, significant events and other campaigns assigned.

• Develop system to organize, prioritize and communicate Metropolis and DRC promotions and key messages.

• Create positive relationships with local and Southeastern media.

• Develop press releases and all written materials utilized for public relations purposes

 

Social Media

• Manage ongoing social media messaging and communication strategies, working in conjunction with

Strategic Plan Technology Task Force 10.2.

• Creatively build followings on various social media outlets including but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and other effective or new social media outlets. Creative, Design & Brand Management

• Lead efforts to design all art and promotional materials related to Metropolis-wide, DRC and Strategic Plan activities with a high standard of creativity, excellence and effectiveness.

• Monitor the look and feel of all promotional materials representing Metropolis and its Strategic Plan and

• Develop creative ways to communicate desired messages with the Metropolis current and target audiences.

• Join brainstorming and creative sessions.

• Oversee efforts related to securing or responding to media attention.

• Help spearhead crisis communications responses for the Metropolis and its Parishes.

• Develop policy and procedures related to media relations.

• Enlist, equip and encourage qualified volunteers such as artists, designers, photographers, writers at
 

Metropolis and Parish levels.

 

Qualifications & Required Skills

• A heart for the Orthodox Christian faith, and a passion to use communications to reach others.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills.

• Degree in communications or related field

• Reasonable experience in corporate or non-profit organization communications.

• Proven ability to take projects from beginning to end.

• Organized and able to manage multiple projects.

• Action-oriented and displays focus, passion and initiative. Takes appropriate action when something needs to be done with a sense of urgency.

• Relates well to all kinds of people, builds effective relationships, and communicates effectively both

interpersonally and “corporately.”

• Great team player

• Organized, creative thinker and highly productive, working in a fast-paced environment.

• Committed to improvement, seeks constructive criticism, and understands strengths and weaknesses.

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Wed, 31 Jan 2018 13:44:36 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49190/Communications-Director--Greek-Orthodox-Metropolis-of-Atlanta.html
<![CDATA[Choir Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49456/Choir-Director.html

The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Atlanta, GA is currently seeking qualified candidates for its Choir Director position. Extensive knowledge of the order of the Divine Liturgy, the Holy Friday service, and the Salutation services of Great Lent, is required.  Additionally, applicants must have prior training and experience in choral conducting. A Bachelor degree in music is preferred, but not required. The selected candidate can anticipate conducting the Annunciation Cathedral Choir every Sunday morning (excluding the Sundays in the month of July), on selected Feast Days (Christmas, Easter, etc.) and on other Special Services as necessary throughout the year. The selected candidate will also be expected to hold rehearsals at least once a week.

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

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Sat, 27 Jan 2018 07:43:18 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49456/Choir-Director.html
<![CDATA[Activities Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49455/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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Sat, 27 Jan 2018 07:38:06 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49455/Activities-Director.html
<![CDATA[Summer Camp Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49316/Summer-Camp-Director.html

 

This administrative position oversees and manages the day-to-day operations and functions of St John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Summer Camp 2018, under the direction of the Parish council and Summer Camp committee.

 

The primary functions of this position are to uphold the mission of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Summer Camp and lead a team of counselors.

 

The ideal candidate will demonstrate strong personal and organizational skills and display the capacity for flexibility. The ideal Director will make decisions regarding curriculum and will supervise staff and campers. This program will serve preschool age children of 3 years old to middle school age of 13 years old. Before and aftercare assistance if needed for campers would be under the care of director.  Director must be Orthodox, energetic, and be a positive role model.

Start Date: April 2018

End Date: August 2018

 

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Fri, 26 Jan 2018 11:52:08 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49316/Summer-Camp-Director.html
<![CDATA[FOCUS Center Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49454/FOCUS-Center-Director.html

 

 

 

FOCUS North America

 

600 North Bell Avenue

 

Building 1, Suite 115

 

Carnegie, PA 15106

 

  

 

Position: FOCUS Center Director

 

Location: Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania

 

Start Date: On or before March 12, 2018

 

FOCUS North America is a national movement of Orthodox Christians, united in faith and joined by a desire to provide action-oriented and sustainable solutions to poverty in communities across America. FOCUS has operations and youth volunteer experiences in more than 50 cities in the United States.

 

All of FOCUS North America’s services are provided without discrimination of any kind. We do not require any faith commitment from anyone we help. We exist solely to transform the lives of the homeless and poor in America, moving them from dependency to self-sufficiency, by providing food, occupation, clothing, understanding and shelter.

 

Successful candidate will be closely aligned with the goals of FOCUS, with experience serving those in need.

 

Summary

 

The Local FOCUS Center Director is responsible for the overall management of the FOCUS programs in their location, including compliance with all financial and commodity management and reporting requirements of FOCUS and any applicable donor agencies.  The Local Director reports to the FOCUS North America Vice President of Operations and is the primary liaison with FOCUS NA, local volunteers, local vendors, supporting agencies, local Advisory Board and the local Orthodox communities.

 

The FOCUS Director is a full time employment opportunity with benefits.

 

Inquiries

 

·         Submit Resume with References via email to HumanResources@FOCUSNA.org

 

·         Resumes must be submitted prior to February 9, 2018

 

·         Candidates will be contacted by FOCUS prior to February 23, 2018, if they are being considered for the Director position

 

·         Do not call FOCUS for additional information at this time

 

 

 

Responsibilities

 

·         Oversee all FOCUS programs, supporting, supervising those who coordinate them and volunteers who work in them

 

·         Ensure that local staff and volunteers are provided with the necessary administrative and technical support to discharge their responsibilities in a satisfactory manner

 

·         Maintain records on all activities conducted and services provided, including but not limited to statistical reports outlined by FOCUS Management and the Advisory Board

 

·         Work at programs sponsored by FOCUS to support volunteers and serve and meet recipients of services

 

·         Primary service provider for FOCUS Center management and operations

 

·         Secondary (backup) service provider for all services

 

·         Recruit and train volunteers

 

·         Ensure safe, secure facilities for delivery of services

 

·         Maintain inventories of goods and supplies

 

·         Proactively engage with community leaders, schools and others service providers in program service delivery

 

·         Collaborate with FOCUS NA National Programs Management Team

 

·         Oversee and develop annual funding and budget development in consultation with FOCUS NA

 

·         Review and approve all center-based financial expenditures

 

·         Ensure operation maintained in FOCUS NA approved budget

 

·         Research and develop new funding opportunities

 

·         Conduct Needs Assessment for services provided or under consideration, providing status and proposals to Advisory Board and FOCUS Management for review and approval

 

·         Develop monthly statistics for all programs and report to FOCUS NA and the FOCUS Advisory Board

 

·         Oversee implementation of all FOCUS program activities in the area in coordination with the FOCUS National Staff

 

·         Implement FOCUS NA policy decisions

 

·         Participate in the FOCUS NA strategic planning process

 

·         Proactive leader in program development

 

·         Develop project proposals according to the mission of FOCUS

 

·         Expand programs and ministry as need arises and funding is present

 

·         Assess and review program status on a periodic basis with FOCUS National Staff

 

·         Ensure that consistent and timely reports on program activities and problems encountered are provided to FOCUS headquarters, local counterparts and donor agencies (including public relations materials as requested)

 

·         Provide high quality Center management reports to FOCUS NA

 

·         Conduct regularly scheduled meetings with Advisory Board

 

·         Meet and communicate regularly with Foundation Boards, Donors and Supporters to develop and maintain relationships

 

·         Update the local FOCUS website with monthly news

 

·         Establish and maintain relations with local Orthodox parishes, the nonprofit community, corporate and foundation Grantors, Benefactors and any relevant community development groups

 

·         Speak to community groups, parishes, and public at events sponsored by FOCUS

 

·         Periodically visit and attend local nonprofit, community development/advocacy and/or networking meetings

 

·         Periodically visit with local government and agency officials in the center’s area of operations

 

·         Perform other duties as required and/or assigned by FOCUS National Management

 

 

 

Qualifications

 

Knowledge and Skills

 

·         Advanced communication skills (writing and speaking)

 

·         Knowledge of managing social service and community development programs

 

·         Familiarity with federal, state and local laws regarding operation of nonprofit organizations providing homeless and domestic social service/entitlement programs

 

·         Orthodox Church doctrines and traditions

 

·         Computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher or equivalent products

 

·         Familiarity with web page content update software

 

·         Familiarity with Donor Management software

 

·         Familiarity with Volunteer Management software

 

·         Reading financial reports and budget management

 

·         Service and supply contract negotiations and management with vendors

 

 

 

Competencies

 

·         Service minded

 

·         Cultural and local area sensitivity

 

·         Ability to understand and work with homeless, impoverished and vulnerable communities and demographics

 

·         Ability to build organizational relationships between FOCUS and Orthodox churches, communities and leaders

 

·         Ability to represent FOCUS to local government officials and donors, individual and corporate representatives

 

·         Stress tolerance during program establishment and implementation

 

·         Capacity of critical, analytical thinking to innovatively resolve program and funding problems

 

·         Foster a sense of teamwork among center offices and staff

 

·         Excellent public speaking skills

 

·         Advanced organizational skills

 

·         Efficient and effective time management

 

 

 

Experience

 

·         Minimum three years experience in social service provision, nonprofit or community development work; five years preferred

 

·         Management of staff and volunteers

 

·         Program Management (Food Service, Clothing Service) preferred

 

·         Budget Management ($100,000/year)

 

 

 

Education

 

·         College degree, advanced degree in Social Work, Public Policy or Nonprofit Management preferred; equivalent experience will be considered

 

 

 

Certifications

 

·         None required, but are beneficial (social services, first-aid)

 

·         Commercial driving license beneficial

 

Contacts, Key Relationships, Interactions

 

·        Beneficiaries – frequent interaction with beneficiaries of FOCUS services

 

·        Vice President of Operations – develop program implementation strategy, project monitoring,  resolution of human and budgetary resource issues

 

·        Executive Director – advise of status and implement FOCUS programs, policies, procedures

 

·        Financial Management and Finance Staff  – ensure fiduciary controls are implemented and accurate expenditure and reporting of program funds

 

·        National Programs Officer – collaboration for implementation of selected National Programs

 

·        Grants Compliance Officer – research and prepare proposals for new program funding and reporting on existing funding

 

·        Communications/Public Relation Staff – develop timely and accurate public relations material regarding center activities

 

·        Development Staff – develop individual donor relations and stewardship of those relationships

 

·        Advisory Board – regularly convene Advisory Board, advising of status and engaging Members in activities supportive of FOCUS goals

 

·        Local Government Officials/Agencies –ensure that local officials are aware of FOCUS’ actions and how FOCUS may participate in future government and/or agency sponsored programs

 

·        Donor Agencies – comply with donor requirements and apply for future funding

 

·        Vendors – procure goods and services consistent with FOCUS activities

 

·        Orthodox Churches – recruiting, training volunteers and engaging parishes in FOCUS programs

 

·        Community Members – publicize FOCUS activities and services to the community

 

 

 

Working Conditions

 

·         Stationed in the city of center operation

 

·         Frequent local travel required

 

·         Some interstate travel possibly required to speak on behalf of FOCUS/promote FOCUS activities

 

·         Nominal but present security risk working with vulnerable communities

 

·         Business attire mandatory for external relations and meetings and service delivery

 

·         Primary environment is inside a facility

 

 

 

Physical Activities

 

·         Able to sit at desk for several hours

 

·         Able to stand for several hours

 

·         Able to use a computer keyboard, mouse, monitor for several hours

 

·         Able to climb stairs

 

·         Able to regularly lift and move various shapes, packages, etc. of forty pounds

 

·         Able to read and comprehend documentation

 

·         May occasionally be exposed to loud office level noise

 

·         Work in climate typical of facility

 

·         Able to drive a vehicle

 

 

 

 

 

Requirements

 

·         Reside within 30 minutes, driving time, of the local FOCUS facility

 

·         Pass a background check and pre-employment drug screen

 

 

 

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Thu, 25 Jan 2018 11:58:26 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49454/FOCUS-Center-Director.html
<![CDATA[US Project Manager]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49453/US-Project-Manager.html

International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is the official humanitarian aid agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America. Since its inception in 1992, IOCC has delivered $640 million in relief and development programs to families and communities in more than 50 countries. IOCC is a member of the ACT Alliance, a global coalition of more than 140 churches and agencies engaged in development, humanitarian assistance and advocacy, and a member of InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based secular and faith-based organizations working to improve the lives of the world’s most poor and vulnerable populations.

 

 

The Project Manager assists the US Country Representative in formulating and implementing the strategic goals of the US Program and the Country Operation Plan.  Implementation of the strategic goals can include direct responsibility for one or more US Country projects.  Contact and collaboration within the IOCC Programs department, as well as other IOCC departments and external partners is also expected from this position.

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Thu, 25 Jan 2018 07:54:31 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49453/US-Project-Manager.html
<![CDATA[St. Tikhon’s Monastery Press & Bookstore - Retail / Customer Service / Bookkeeping Position]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49452/St.-Tikhon’s-Monastery-Press-&-Bookstore---Retail---Customer-Service---Bookkeeping-Position.html

St. Tikhon’s Monastery Press & Bookstore is a growing Orthodox publisher and retail bookstore at St. Tikhon’s Monastery, South Canaan PA. Burning Bush Coffee Roasters, located inside St. Tikhon’s Bookstore, is a small batch artisan coffee roastery serving parishes throughout the US,  local establishments and consumers. We are looking for 1 qualified person to grow with us!

About Us: St. Tikhon’s Monastery, established in 1905, is the oldest Orthodox Christian Monastery in the United States. St. Tikhon’s Press and Bookstore has served the Orthodox Church in North America since 1950. St. Tikhon’s Press is the leading publisher of Orthodox service books for the American church. STM bookstore serves hundreds of parishes, parish bookstores, retail bookstores, and online bookstores with books, icons, gifts, liturgical items and more.

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Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:08:13 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49452/St.-Tikhon’s-Monastery-Press-&-Bookstore---Retail---Customer-Service---Bookkeeping-Position.html
<![CDATA[Missions Administrative Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49451/Missions-Administrative-Assistant.html

 

An immediate staffing need for a Missions Administrative Assistant to serve both the Missionary and Mission Teams Directors.  The general functions are assisting in the administrative program activity of the Missionary and Teams Departments.

 

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

 

Primary Responsibilities:

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

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

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Thu, 18 Jan 2018 13:34:03 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49451/Missions-Administrative-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[US Program Intern]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49450/US-Program-Intern.html

IOCC Internship Program

Since 1998, IOCC has offered an internship program to undergraduates and recent college graduates interested in careers in international relief and development.

The IOCC Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain firsthand exposure to the operations of an Orthodox Christian international humanitarian aid and development organization.

IOCC Internship Program in 2018

IOCC internships typically require a 10 to 12 week full-time commitment during the months of May – September. Currently we have the following internship opportunity:

  • US Program Intern, Minneapolis Field Office – 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 Louisiana, West Virginia, Texas and Florida 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.

    Intern and housing stipends are available.

Timeline: The application deadline will be March 16, 2018. After the deadline, applications will be reviewed by IOCC. Emphasis will be given to those with relevant experience and skills, and expressed interest in humanitarian work. Interviews will be conducted with a narrowed pool of selected applicants. A final decision will be made by March 31, 2018.

Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate, recent college graduates, or advance degree students or graduates who are residents in the US, 18 years of age or older.

Please submit your application, along with two letters of recommendation, a writing sample and your official college transcript to IOCC BY MARCH  16, 2018 via US mail, fax or email to:

International Orthodox Christian Charities
110 West Road, Suite 360 | Baltimore, MD 21204
P: +1 410.243.9820 | F: +1 410.243.9824 | www.iocc.org | relief@iocc.org

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Fri, 12 Jan 2018 12:51:26 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49450/US-Program-Intern.html
<![CDATA[Summer Intern, Y2AM]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49305/Summer-Intern,-Y2AM.html

Purpose: 

Assist Y2AM in uploading material to new website, maintaining database of online assets, and assist in other projects as needed. 

 

Duties:

The following list represents the major tasks required of this position. Other duties may be assigned at the Y2AM’s Director’s discretion.

 

Administrative Duties:

·      Answer phone calls in the absence of the Administrative Coordinator and take messages as needed.

                 

Web Development:

·      Migrate content from existing Y2AM websites into Liferay system;

·      Input new content into Liferay system;

·      Ensure that all content is appropriately and thoroughly tagged and sorted.

 

Database Management:

·      Organize and administer database of images and graphics used in social media outreach;

·      Identify need for new images (and assist in creation as needed).

 

Research and Writing:

·      Assist, as needed, in the drafting and editing of blogs, scripts, press releases, and other writings;

·      Research theological or other sources to find supporting documentation for writings.

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Wed, 10 Jan 2018 15:01:41 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49305/Summer-Intern,-Y2AM.html
<![CDATA[Elementary Montessori Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49449/Elementary-Montessori-Teacher.html

Cathedral Montessori School (CMS) is a non-profit school seeking a certified Elementary Montessori Guide for Grade 1-3 for the 2018-2019 school year to commence August 2018.  Candidates should have the Montessori credentials for Elementary Grades and be experienced in the elementary classroom.  A complete renovation and addition to the school has provided new facilities for preschool through Grade 6.  Those interested in this position should sent a letter of interest and resume to billieandersson@gmail.com.

CMS began in 2010 with the support and commitment of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in the city of New Orleans. Infused with the church’s respect for tradition, cultural diversity, and community-building, CMS stands as a testament to Holy Trinity’s local commitment and global perspective and is founded on Christian principles open to students of all religious, cultural, and racial backgrounds. It strives to create an atmosphere that fosters the love of God and the love of humanity. Its students are offered opportunities for formal worship in the Greek Orthodox tradition, as well as the study of Christianity and other world religions.

Having grown from the benevolence of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Cathedral Montessori celebrates diversity of culture, tradition, and faith. It is our mission to prepare students for a life of independent and self-directed learning in a community that fosters a love of knowledge, pride in individual difference, and a harmonious relationship with the social and natural environment.

 

 

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Wed, 03 Jan 2018 14:12:20 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49449/Elementary-Montessori-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Communications Director for Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49448/Communications-Director-for-Greek-Orthodox-Metropolis-of-Atlanta.html

Marketing Communications Director – Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta

General Scope of Responsibilities

Under the direction of His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios (the “Metropolitan”), and the administrative guidance of the Chancellor of the Metropolis and the Head Coaches of the Metropolis of Atlanta Strategic Plan (“Strategic Plan”) , this position is primarily responsible for:

·         Responding to the communication and information needs of the Metropolitan, the  Metropolis departments, offices, ministries and the Strategic Plan;

·         Directing the community and public relations efforts of the Metropolitan and the Metropolis;

·         Being principally responsible for leading the communications efforts regarding the Strategic Plan, including Communications Strategic Goals 3.1 and 3.2;

·         Coordinating and collaborating with communications leaders and liaisons at Parishes across the Metropolis concerning communications strategies and initiatives, and specifically coordinating the efforts of the Parish Champions regarding Strategic Plan communications;

·         Supporting the ministry of the Metropolitan with creative use of communications and information technology;

·         Help initiate and manage all communications from the Metropolitan, including speeches, correspondence, reports, newsletters and other communications;

·         Helping to promote and communicate about the Metropolis of Atlanta Diakonia Retreat Center (“DRC”); and

·         Responding to the communications and information needs, as requested and approved, of the parishes and ministries of the Metropolis, DRC, entities affiliated with the Metropolis, and the Strategic Plan.

 

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

Web

• Lead all efforts related to the continued maintenance and support of the Metropolis and Strategic Plan websites, working in conjunction with Strategic Plan Technology Task Force 10.1.

• Proactively work to make sure Metropolis, Strategic Plan and DRC maintains an effective presence on the web including style/presence, search engines and new technologies.

• Help update Metropolis web presence with the latest communications from the Metropolitan.

PR/Promotions

• Create communication strategies to market, inform, and promote key messages, significant events and other campaigns assigned.

• Develop system to organize, prioritize and communicate Metropolis and DRC promotions and key messages.

• Create positive relationships with local and Southeastern media.

• Develop press releases and all written materials utilized for public relations purposes

Social Media

• Manage ongoing social media messaging and communication strategies, working in conjunction with Strategic Plan Technology Task Force 10.2.

 • Creatively build followings on various social media outlets including but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and other effective or new social media outlets.

Creative, Design & Brand Management

• Lead efforts to design all art and promotional materials related to Metropolis-wide, DRC and Strategic Plan activities with a high standard of creativity, excellence and effectiveness.

• Monitor the look and feel of all promotional materials representing Metropolis and its Strategic Plan and DRC.

• Develop creative ways to communicate desired messages with the Metropolis current and target audiences.

• Join brainstorming and creative sessions.

• Oversee efforts related to securing or responding to media attention.

• Help spearhead crisis communications responses for the Metropolis and its Parishes.

• Develop policy and procedures related to media relations.

 • Enlist, equip and encourage qualified volunteers such as artists, designers, photographers, writers at Metropolis and Parish levels.

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Tue, 19 Dec 2017 12:36:28 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49448/Communications-Director-for-Greek-Orthodox-Metropolis-of-Atlanta.html
<![CDATA[Winter Break Internship]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49446/Winter-Break-Internship.html

New York – The Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America invites undergraduate students to apply for one of two “Winter Break Internship” opportunities.

For further information or to apply please send an email to ecumenical@goarch.org stating your interest, availability, and attach a resume/CV. 

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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:36:52 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49446/Winter-Break-Internship.html
<![CDATA[Retreat Center Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49445/Retreat-Center-Director.html

 

The Northeast American Diocese of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (NEAD) is a registered not for profit organization, a New York Corporation (and registered in PA),and is currently seeking a Full Time Site Director (Program and Retreat Coordinator ) for the Holy Transfiguration Retreat Center (HTRC).  This is a new ministry initiative of the Diocese, located in Dalton, PA.  The Holy Transfiguration Retreat Center Site Director will have the following responsibilities:


Candidate must be eligible to work in United States. We are unable to offer sponsorship for this position.

 

 

Reports to: Diocesan Metropolitan

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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 08:18:09 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49445/Retreat-Center-Director.html
<![CDATA[2nd Grade Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49195/2nd-Grade-Teacher.html

Saint Sava Academy, the dual-language parochial school of Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in Chicago, offering Pre-K through 8th grade education, is pleased to announce the vacancy for the position of:

 

2nd GRADE TEACHER

 

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Stimulating the emotional, intellectual, and social growth of students;

• Preparing weekly lesson plans;

• Providing a safe learning environment;
• Encouraging students' participation by providing interactive activities;
• Keeping parents regularly informed regarding curriculum and classroom activities;

• Maintaining and communicating records of child's progress and behavior to parents and staff;

• Applying effective classroom management and modeling techniques

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Fri, 01 Dec 2017 09:24:24 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49195/2nd-Grade-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Parents Morning Out Program Lead Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49443/Parents-Morning-Out-Program-Lead-Teacher.html

 

Contract Period: January 3, 2018-May 24, 2018

Schedule: 9:45am to 2:15 pm Tuesday and Thursdays

Annunciation Day School

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a PMO Lead Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

The ideal candidate will have experience as a Preschool Teacher or Preschool Assistant. Teachers must demonstrate flexibility and have knowledge of Preschool Curriculum.

 

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Tue, 28 Nov 2017 07:48:32 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49443/Parents-Morning-Out-Program-Lead-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Preschool Assistant Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49442/Preschool-Assistant-Teacher.html

Contract Period: January 3, 2018-May 24, 2018

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

 

The Annunciation Day School has an opening for a Preschool Assistant Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Established in 2002, the Annunciation Day School is an accredited Christian private school serving over a hundred students in Preschool- 8th Grade. The Annunciation Day School is known for its small class sizes, technology integration, and focus on students’ academic and social development. Teachers at the Annunciation Day School instill a passion for learning, creativity, and independent thinking through a holistic approach to education.

 

  

 

The ideal candidate will have experience as a Preschool Teacher or Preschool Assistant. Teachers must demonstrate flexibility and have knowledge of Preschool Curriculum.

 

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Tue, 28 Nov 2017 07:45:37 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49442/Preschool-Assistant-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Director of Youth Ministries]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49158/Director-of-Youth-Ministries.html

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Newport News, Virginia is seeking a Director of Youth Ministries responsible for developing an effective, comprehensive, Orthodox Christian youth program for the instruction and fellowship of children, from ages preschool through high school.

 

 

 

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Sun, 26 Nov 2017 19:45:58 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49158/Director-of-Youth-Ministries.html
<![CDATA[Part Time Math Resource Teacher - Guardian Angel Orthodox Day School]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49397/Part-Time--Math-Resource-Teacher---Guardian-Angel-Orthodox-Day-School.html

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

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

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

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Sat, 11 Nov 2017 16:12:09 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49397/Part-Time--Math-Resource-Teacher---Guardian-Angel-Orthodox-Day-School.html
<![CDATA[Church Custodial Position]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49437/Church-Custodial-Position.html

 

Hours of Work: 9AM-1PM

Days of Week: Monday -Friday

Responsibilities include maintaining the cleanliness of the church proper, managing inventory of all needed supplies-other duties as assgined

 

Send your application Attention: Sandra Chakonas at schakon@att.net

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Mon, 30 Oct 2017 09:43:03 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49437/Church-Custodial-Position.html
<![CDATA[Youth and Young Adult Ministries Director]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49436/Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries-Director.html

Holy Trinity-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Birmingham, Alabama is seeking a full time youth director.  Our community is a progressive Orthodox Parish located in the heart of downtown Birmingham.  We are blessed with two wonderful full-time clergy - Fr. Paul Costopoulos and Fr. Micah Hirschy.  As Father Paul moves closer to retirement, we are seeking a full time youth director to assist Fr. Micah and our parent volunteers.  

 

Due to the commitment of dedicated parents, talented clergy, and a supportive Parish Council our Community has established a solid Youth Department. We are seeking someone to build on that foundation with new ideas, energy and consistency. We are all aware of the challenges that our youth and families face. We are seeking someone that will continue to walk alongside them providing interior spiritual growth through: interesting programs, outreach, education and activities.

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Fri, 27 Oct 2017 10:51:29 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49436/Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries-Director.html
<![CDATA[Church Chanter (Byzantine)]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49435/Church-Chanter-(Byzantine).html

This position has just come open again:

This is 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 may want to look for other part time work.  

Applicant will live in priest's family home (3,000 sq. ft.), participate in family meals, and chant (Byzantine) for services (e.g. Monday & Wed. eve. Vespers, Tues/Thurs. Orthros, assist on weekends).  It is expected that applicant is open to assisting in some meal preparation or household chores.

Wenatchee is located in north central Wasington State in a beautiful & sunny 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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Fri, 20 Oct 2017 15:24:41 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49435/Church-Chanter-(Byzantine).html
<![CDATA[Administrative Assistant/Office Manager]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49434/Administrative-Assistant-Office-Manager.html

Looking for Admiinistrative Assistannt/Office Manager for Church Office

Hours are Monday through Friday 9 am to 3 pm

Must be proficient in English and Greek

Must have computer skills - knowledge of MS Words and Excell

Knowledge of Quick Books

Must be Orgainzed and be able to Multi Task

Filing and Record Keeping a must

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Mon, 16 Oct 2017 09:59:27 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49434/Administrative-Assistant-Office-Manager.html
<![CDATA[Head of Middle School - Annunciation Orthodox School]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49432/Head-of-Middle-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.

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Wed, 11 Oct 2017 09:48:15 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49432/Head-of-Middle-School---Annunciation-Orthodox-School.html
<![CDATA[Office Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49429/Office-Assistant.html

We are looking for someone to replace our longtime Office Assitant, who has recently retired. This position will work directly with the parish Clergy to schedule, coordinate, and prepare the required sacramental documentation for each sacrament of the parish. In addition, this position will work under our Office Manager to assist in the day to day activities of the parish office. Such assistance would include: secretarial and clerical work, as well as keeping our parish web and social media pages up to date.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2017 08:54:17 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49429/Office-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Chanter/Pastoral Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49428/Chanter-Pastoral-Assistant.html

A Greek Orthodox Chanter/Pastoral Assistant is needed for Saint George Greek Orthodox Church (300 families) located in the high desert city of Albuquerque, NM.  Our Chanter (trained at Holy Cross, leading us in the eight modes of Byzantine Music) is retiring and we are seeking a Chanter/Pastoral Assistant who can collaborate to create his/her own position within the community. This is a full-time position.


Saint George Greek Orthodox Church was established in 1948. Father Conan Gill, our proistamenos of 7 years, and Father Deacon George Collaros of 30 years, make up our Clergy team. You will be working with a culturally diverse community which includes families of various origins. Our youth are engaged and attentive. Chanting is important to our community and is in both English and Greek.

Requirements include: Chant Certificate is preferred but not required, interest as a pastoral assistant, Youth ministry, participation in the sacrament of Confession, able to design and implement a curriculum with the proistamenos that serves the community and its families.

Pay is commensurate with experience. Travel for Diocesan and Archdiocesan events in included.

Albuquerque New Mexico is located on the western slopes of the Sandia Mountains. It is a culturally diverse community with a selection of excellent schools. It is known for its parks, bicycle paths, and open space including the Sandia National Park. Athletes come from all over the world to train for marathon, ultra marathon, mixed martial arts, and bicycling.  The region has a mild version of all four seasons and averages 300 plus days of sunshine. From atop of Sandia Mountain, a 30 minute drive from downtown, you can see 70 plus miles in all directions. The longest commute from one end of town to the other is usually 30 minutes or less. The community is economically stable with Sandia National Labs and Kirtland Air Force Base employing over 30,000 people. New Mexico boasts the most PHD's per captia and best restaurants per capita over any other state. Santa Fe is 50 minutes to the north and Taos Ski Resort is just 2.5 hours away. Albuquerque International Airport is easy to get in and out of and is serviced by all of the major airlines including Southwest Air. The cities of Denver and Phoenix are one hour flights. LA and San Diego and Dallas are two hour flights. Chicago, Baltimore and Tampa are 3-4 hour flights. The University of New Mexico is located 10 minutes from the church.

If you love Chanting, teaching chanting, mentoring and supporting the development of young Orthodox Christians, then this position is for you. If you love great weather, short commutes, the outdoors, great food, and award winning craft beer then this position is for you. If you embrace English and Greek languages within the Liturgy then this position is for you. If you are seeking a stable, not-perfect but loving, and generous community then this position is for you.

Please send your details and contact information to Father Conan Gill at 505-750-1054 (cell), 505-247-9411 (Church), frDOTconanATgmailDOTcom

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Include your vision of a perfect job for you and what you would want to accomplish as Chanter and Pastoral Assistant. Father Conan will contact you to have further dialogue regarding the position and community's needs.

If you both agree that you would be a good fit for the position, you will be asked to develop an outline of the position with curriculum for presentation to and further dialogue with the community's parish council.

Father Conan Gill along with the parish council will make the final selection.

 

 

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Fri, 22 Sep 2017 18:16:13 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49428/Chanter-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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Tue, 12 Sep 2017 16:05:56 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49368/Administrative--Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Coordinator of Continuing Education, eLearning and Instructional Designer]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49425/Coordinator-of-Continuing-Education,-eLearning-and-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. This person 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.

 Responsibilities:

  • Assists the LMS Company in the administration, operation and management of the LMS.
  • Prepare course materials, accreditation documents and new programs as necessary.
  • Act as the coordinator for the HCHC’s course evaluation software.
  • Other duties as assigned.
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Thu, 07 Sep 2017 12:47:19 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49425/Coordinator-of-Continuing-Education,-eLearning-and-Instructional-Designer.html
<![CDATA[Greek Language Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49417/Greek-Language-Teacher.html

St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Albany, New York serves 350 families. The Greek School program provides instruction in conversation, reading and writing in Greek language. Classes are offered for students in Pre-K through grade 8. Classes meet weekdays in the afternoons/evenings. The church is seeking teachers for the program.  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. Please visit our website at http://www.stsophiagreekschool.org to learn more about our school. If you meet the minimum qualifications, please e-mail your resume to webmaster@stsophiagreekschool.org by September 30.

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Wed, 23 Aug 2017 18:18:38 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49417/Greek-Language-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Student Life Activities Coordinator]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49416/Student-Life-Activities-Coordinator.html

Institutional Mission Statement

 

Hellenic College, Inc. is a center of higher education founded by,associatedwith,andsupportedbytheGreekOrthodoxArchdioceseofAmerica.The undergraduate college offers various programs leading to abachelor’s degree, and the graduate school offers three programs leading toa master’s degree.  Its mission is theformation and the education of the person within the life of an OrthodoxChristian community. To that end, it educates men for the holy priesthood ofthe Greek Orthodox Archdiocese and other Orthodox Christian entities,as well as men and women for leadership roles in Church, chosenprofessions, and society

 

 

Summary of Position

Coordinate aspects of student life to ensure that students are in a safe environment conducive to providing a living experience which enhances individual growth and development at Hellenic College Holy Cross. 

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Tue, 22 Aug 2017 10:08:22 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49416/Student-Life-Activities-Coordinator.html
<![CDATA[Mathematics Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49413/Mathematics-Teacher.html

Saint Sava Academy, the dual-language parochial school of Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in Chicago, offering Pre-K through 8th grade education, is pleased to announce the vacancy for the position of:

 

MATHEMATICS TEACHER 


Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Stimulating the emotional, intellectual, and social growth of students;

• Preparing weekly lesson plans;

• Providing a safe learning environment;
• Encouraging students' participation by providing interactive activities;
• Keeping parents regularly informed regarding curriculum and classroom activities;

• Maintaining and communicating records of child's progress and behavior to parents and staff;

• Applying effective classroom management and modeling techniques

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Fri, 11 Aug 2017 19:15:23 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49413/Mathematics-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[PASTORAL ASSISTANT AND YOUTH DIRECTOR]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49409/PASTORAL-ASSISTANT-AND-YOUTH-DIRECTOR.html

PASTORAL ASSISTANT AND YOUTH DIRECTOR

 

The pastoral assistant/youth director assists the Dean of the Cathedral in the administration of the parish and is a leader in the community. 

 

Duties of the Pastoral Assistant and Youth Director include but are not limited to:

The Cathedral has a very large and active youth ministry - need to be extremely involved in GOYA, JOY, Little Angels.  Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are very connected with church activities.  Bible camp.

·        Coordinate Parish ministries- Young Families/Young Adult, Greek School, Sunday School and youth leadership

·        Organize/prepare meeting agendas

·        Day to day office administration 

·       Project Management as assigned 

·        Open and close church for services on an as needed basis

 

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Tue, 01 Aug 2017 18:10:45 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49409/PASTORAL-ASSISTANT-AND-YOUTH-DIRECTOR.html
<![CDATA[Preschool English Language Subjects Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49408/Preschool-English-Language-Subjects-Teacher.html

Saint Sava Academy, the dual-language parochial school of Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in Chicago, offering Preschool through 8th grade education, is pleased to announce the vacancy for the position of:

 

PRESCHOOL ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECTS TEACHER

 

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Stimulating the emotional, intellectual, and social growth of students;

• Preparing weekly lesson plans;

• Providing a safe learning environment;
• Encouraging students' participation by providing interactive activities;
• Keeping parents regularly informed regarding curriculum and classroom activities;

• Maintaining and communicating records of child's progress and behavior to parents and staff;
• Applying effective classroom management and modeling techniques

 

The ideal candidate will possess the following minimum qualifications:

• A passion for working with children in a nurturing and educational environment;
• The ability to perform multiple tasks with precision and timeliness;
• Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education or a related field;

• Native or highly proficient English language skills;

• Fluency in Serbian highly preferred

 

Experience working in an early childhood and/or elementary educational setting is highly preferred. A combination of education, skills and work experience will be taken into consideration during the recruitment/hiring process.

 

Candidates, to whom a conditional offer of employment is made, will be required to undergo a background check and must have necessary work permission/documentation proving they are permitted to be gainfully employed in the United States.


If this position sounds appealing to you and you meet the qualifications specified above, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to principal@stsavaacademy.org.  Only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview. The application deadline is August 14, 2017.

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Mon, 31 Jul 2017 12:31:26 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49408/Preschool-English-Language-Subjects-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Director of Music Ministries]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49407/Director-of-Music-Ministries.html

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church is seeking an experienced choir director to fill the immediate position of Director of Music Ministries for our parish.  The St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox parish is one of 59 parishes that belong to the Metropolis of New Jersey.  We are located in the heart of Baltimore's Greektown and have been serving the people of Baltimore and the surrounding areas for over 60 years.

The Director of Music Ministries works independently under general direction and is expected to exercise initiative, discretion and judgment in executing the requirements of this position to the benefit of St. Nicholas parish.  This is a part-time position, approximately 10 hours per week; more time required during Holy week and Christmas. The Choir is actively in service from September 1st through May 31st. 

The Director of Music Ministries is responsible for the ongoing development and direction of the parish Choir and these responsibilities include:

  • Conducting Weekly Sunday Divine Liturgy (9:30 am -12:00 p.m.), Christmas Eve Service, Lenten Services, specifically 5 “Salutations” Services on Friday evening (7 p.m. -8:30 p.m.)  and  Holy Week Services, specifically, Palm Sunday, Sunday evening Bridegroom Services, Holy Tuesday Evening Services (Hymn of Kassiane), Holy Thursday Evening Services, Good Friday Evening Services and Holy Saturday Evening Services into Easter Liturgy.

  • Recruiting and Mentoring Young Adult and Adult singers/Choir members.

  • Directing Choir rehearsals (frequency of rehearsals would be the discretion of the Music Ministry Director)

  • Compile and maintain a Library of Music for the Choir.

  • Ordering new music material and standards as needed; utilizing the resources provided by the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians.

  • Care and maintenance of Choir robes, Choir room, Choir loft and music books.

  • Attending the Annual National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians (summer) as well as the Eastern Federation (New Jersey Metropolis- October) with members of the choir.

  • Willingness to provide Choir direction for special events at the Church

  • Sending out weekly correspondence, i.e. schedules, announcements and any notifications to choir members.

  • Working with the Parish Treasurer and Asst. Treasurer to develop an annual budget to meet the needs of the Choir.

  • Develop a plan to cultivate a small group of children singers; eventually developing a Children's Choir within the parish.  

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Mon, 31 Jul 2017 12:11:10 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49407/Director-of-Music-Ministries.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).


Hours: Monday through Thursday 8am-3pm

Start-date:  Monday, August 28, 2017

 

Wages: $18/hour

 

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


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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Tue, 18 Jul 2017 02:03:22 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49349/Orthodox-Montessori-Preschool--Head-teacher.html
<![CDATA[Church Office Supervisor]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49404/Church-Office-Supervisor.html

The church Office Supervisor is a full-time, salaried position responsible for overseeing all of Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church’s communication platforms and master church calendar, administrative staff, the management of the church office functions and all essential records maintenance, and coordination for the areas of property maintenance, and database management. This person will be the first point of contact for visitors and members.

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Wed, 05 Jul 2017 16:06:17 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49404/Church-Office-Supervisor.html
<![CDATA[Greek Language Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49402/Greek-Language-Teacher.html

The Greek Language School of Sts Constantine and Helen program provides instruction in conversation, reading and writing in the Modern Greek language. Classes are offered for students aged Kindergarten to adult, from Beginner to Advanced. Classes meet weekdays in the afternoons/evenings and on Saturdays. Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Cardiff, California, supports the ministry of the Greek Language School.

Greek language teachers introduce students to the Greek culture through language. In addition to learning to speak, read and write in Greek, the curriculum includes instruction in Greek cultural events and historic holidays, both secular and religious. The Greek Orthodox faith, Greek mythology, Greek ancient history and politics also play a part in the curriculum, depending on the level and maturity of the students.

 

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Thu, 29 Jun 2017 22:34:19 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49402/Greek-Language-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Administrative Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49401/Administrative-Assistant.html

The Parish Administrator is primarily responsible for the administrative functions and day to day operations of the Cathedral office.  

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Thu, 29 Jun 2017 22:30:36 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49401/Administrative-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49399/Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries.html

Mission: The primary mission of The Director of the Youth and Young Adult Ministries is to connect with the young people of our parish and lead them to engage in the fullness of the faith and the active life of the Orthodox Christian Church.  We are seeking someone who is passionate about Youth and Young Adult ministry, who has strong interpersonal and team-building skills, and whose own life serves as an example of what it means to live out one’s faith as an Orthodox Christian.

 

Description: The Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries is responsible for the implementation, development, and evaluation of all non-liturgical programs and activities of the youth and young adults in the parish.  This work will be done under the direction of the Parish Priest, and in coordination with and assistance from a team of advisors to these groups. This person will work collaboratively to create a long term vision for the Youth and Young Adults of St. Demetrios.

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Fri, 23 Jun 2017 10:49:32 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49399/Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries.html
<![CDATA[Greek School Teacher]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49392/Greek-School-Teacher.html

Greek school teachers are in charge of a single classroom of students who are all in the same grade or linguistic level. Accordingly, Greek school teachers typically instruct students in a variety of subjects, from language arts to social studies and religion. While they still deliver formal lessons, elementary school teachers often use games, crafts and other entertaining activities to help students learn material.

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Fri, 16 Jun 2017 11:40:12 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49392/Greek-School-Teacher.html
<![CDATA[Preschool Teaching Assistant]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49388/Preschool-Teaching-Assistant.html

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

·         Assist teaching staff with both long and short range activities in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;

·         Maintain daily, open communication with parents;

·         Maintain confidentiality;

·         Arrange a classroom environment in accordance to program goals and philosophy;

·         Maintain a safe and healthy environment;

·         Attend preschool staff meetings;

·         Complete other duties and responsibilities as assigned by teaching staff and/or principal

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Tue, 06 Jun 2017 12:42:40 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49388/Preschool-Teaching-Assistant.html
<![CDATA[Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries]]> http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49386/Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries.html

Mission: The primary mission of The Director of the Youth and Young Adult Ministries is to connect with the young people of our parish and lead them to engage in the fullness of the faith and the active life of the Orthodox Christian Church.  We are seeking someone who is passionate about Youth and Young Adult ministry, who has strong interpersonal and team-building skills, and whose own life serves as an example of what it means to live out one’s faith as an Orthodox Christian.

 

Description: TheDirector of Youth and Young Adult Ministries is responsible for the implementation, development, and evaluation of all non-liturgical programs and activities of the youth and young adults in the parish.  This work will be done under the direction of the Parish Priest, and in coordination with and assistance from a team of advisors to these groups. This person will work collaboratively to create a long term vision for the Youth and Young Adults of St. Michael.

 

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Mon, 05 Jun 2017 14:48:05 GMT http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/display-job/49386/Director-of-Youth-and-Young-Adult-Ministries.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