Peace of Mind Project Manager


  • Peace of Mind Operations and Communications – Manage the coordination of Peace of Mind events including: communication with event hosts, budget management, coordination of Peace of Mind Facilitators, marketing asset management, communication and registration of Peace of Mind participants, Mental Health First Aid online course coordination and monitoring, supply management and distribution, resource document creation, and follow-up email campaigns.
  • Manage increased communications and administrative tasks for Peace of Mind events in the two weeks prior to an event date, during an event (which may frequently be on a weekend), and up to one week after an event date.
  • Peace of Mind Marketing and Sales – Regularly perform Peace of Mind event sales in the form of: cold-calls, email campaigns, networking, paper mailers, and social media campaigns. Collaborate with the Director of Mental Health Ministries on marketing initiatives.
  • Regularly collaborate with the Director of Mental Health Ministries on Peace of Mind performance metrics and other projects and programs of Mental Health Ministries.
  • Commit to weekly and/or monthly meetings with the Assembly of Bishops’ Staff, Director of Mental Health Ministries, and Peace of Mind Facilitators.


  • Member in good standing with either the Eastern or Oriental Orthodox Church.
  • Experience in Orthodox Christian ministry and/or leadership, especially in coordinating with clergy and parish leaders.
  • Experience in, or ability to confidently perform, remote event coordination including, but not limited to: professional communication via phone and email, marketing asset management, supply management, task management, and budget management.
  • Experience in, or ability to confidently perform, sales-related marketing, including but not limited to: cold-calls, email campaigns, networking, and social media campaigns.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work across all US time zones.
  • Detail-oriented, with ability to coordinate multiple Peace of Mind events, and their related tasks, effectively and efficiently.
  • Proficiency in, or ability to quickly learn, software applications including, but not limited to: Gmail, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), Adobe Acrobat, Dropbox, Google Drive (Docs, Sheets), Formstack*, Canva*, and Mental Health First Aid’s online course platform “MHFA Connect*.” (*see also: Training)
  • Ability and willingness to collaborate and work as part of a team under the Assembly of Bishops’ Staff.
  • Preferred, not required — Experience with working across multiple Orthodox Christian jurisdictions across the United States.
  • Preferred, not required — Training in Mental Health First Aid, or related experience in mental health education, crisis response, counseling, psychotherapy, or psychology.


The following training will be arranged upon hire:

  • Training in Peace of Mind, including Adult Mental Health First Aid (may require travel).
  • Training as a Mental Health First Aid Coordinator, including MHFA Connect software.
  • Training in software such as Formstack, Canva, and specific Excel functions, as needed.


This position will qualify for a stipend of up to $25,000.00 annually, paid on a monthly basis, upon the fulfillment of 20-hours of work per week.

To Apply

Applicants are asked to submit a letter of intent, a resume/CV, a professional recommendation, and a clerical recommendation (spiritual guide or parish priest) to by March 24, 2023.

Posted by

Assembly of Canonical Bishops of the United States of America

8 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10075


Posted on: March 16, 2023