Director of Human Resources
Wesley Theological Seminary
4500 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016.
Wesley Theological Seminary invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in the History of Christianity, commencing July 1, 2015. General competence in all areas of church history is expected, and special expertise in the patristic era and in Methodist or Wesleyan studies is highly desired. Membership in The United Methodist Church is required. Teaching responsibilities will include core introductory courses as well as elective courses. Experience and expertise in online instruction will be advantageous. Rank is open, but we expect to appoint at the Assistant or Associate level. Ph.D. required; M.Div. or equivalent degree preferred. Wesley Theological Seminary is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to building a diverse community. Review of applications will begin October 1, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to Dean Robert Martin at email@example.com. The cover letter should indicate interest in and qualifications for the position, as well as commitment to the mission of the school.
Responsible for providing administrative support to the Registrar’s office and for coordinating administrative support services for the faculty.
Candidate will have an aptitude for computerized database management and familiarity with current PC applications. Experience with Ellucian systems a plus. Excellent customer service and organizational skills required. Ability to maintain confidentiality, complete tasks in a timely and work independently.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume to HR@wesleyseminary.edu.
The Development Specialist reports to the director of alumni and donor initiatives and is a core member of the development team. Provide daily administration for a comprehensive program of alumni relations and fund-raising, focusing primarily on social media and crowd funding activities to grow donor contributions each year.
The Development Specialist is responsible following areas:
Donor Communication, Engagement, and Records:
Annual Fund Program
Bachelor's degree required in public relations, communications, marketing or related field.
Specific relevant work experience:
The ideal candidate will have experience in event planning and volunteer management and coordination, as well as excellent interpersonal and administrative skills. Experience in development and with Raiser’s Edge software as well as familiarity with the church preferred.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume to HR@wesleyseminary.edu.
Department: Communications and Marketing
The Coordinator of Online Content will help create a dynamic and interactive interface between Wesley Theological Seminary and its external and internal audiences – rich with content, well-optimized for search engines, and consistent with the seminary’s mission. The Coordinator of Online and Digital Content is responsible for updating and maintaining strategically important sections of the seminary website in accordance with technical and communications best practices. This individual will also play a critical role in generating and shaping the content of the entire website and other digital communications in collaboration with the Director of Marketing and Communications.
Self-motivated project leader with ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously while meeting ongoing deadlines. Highly capable at working with others to gather, interpret, clarify, prioritize and properly utilize information to be communicated via the seminary’s website and other digital media outlets. Proficient in the use of design and layout software along with website content creation and management tools. Experience in providing mentorship to others on technical processes and drawing on expertise to translate communication needs into innovative content-driven solutions. Excellent technical writing, oral communication and graphic design skills. Computer skills must include MS Office suite, content management software and considerable Internet experience. Experience with DNN (DotNetNuke), information system design, and graphic design is preferred. Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. Minimum of one year of documented experience in website project management, or similar experience in advertising, producing or editing content for the web required.
The Executive Assistant is a regular full-time position providing administrative support for the Office of the President and the Distinguished Professor of Public Theology.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Non-Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful applicant will have a combination of education and experience demonstrating an ability to perform at an executive level. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills. Possess initiative, be energetic and a self-starter, able to establish priorities, and handle multiple priorities while maintaining professionalism. Familiarity with church life. Able to maintain confidentiality and work well with others.
Part Time: 26 hours/week
Community United Methodist Church in Crofton, Maryland seeks a part-time Coordinator of Christian Discipleship and Ministry (26 hours/week). Prospective candidates may view the position description on the church's web site www.cumc.net. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a résumé including three references, and a 1-2 page statement about his or her understanding of Christian discipleship and ministry. Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org September 30, 2014.
Part Time: $10,000-$12,000 per year (Hours: Negotiable)
The Nineteenth Street Baptist Church is seeking a candidate for the position of Youth Minister. This individual shall profess a personal Christian faith, and demonstrate a passion for, and commitment to, youth ministry.
The successful candidate must have a heart for youth, be able to flourish in a team atmosphere, be self-initiating, and self-motivated. Skills in teaching, planning, evangelism, discipleship, counseling and prayer will be needed to facilitate an effective ministry in guiding the youth of our church and surrounding community in their Christian spiritual formation and growth.
Provide leadership of our Youth Church under the supervision of the Senior Pastor and meet with him weekly. This includes preaching for, and leading those services.
Supporting already established youth programs: Manhood Training, God’s Daughters and those youth activities sponsored by the Church School, as well as developing proposals for new initiatives.
Creating and/or working on events and activities that foster an atmosphere of outreach and service. This may include but is not limited to: community events, youth mission trips, outreach to the local community and collaboration with other area youth ministries for combined events.
Address: 4606 16th St. NW Washington, DC 20011
Please submit resume and cover letter to: email@example.com Subject line: Youth Minister Search
Applications will be considered until the position is filled
Posted on 8.7.2014
10 hours per week – 12 months
At Cheverly United Methodist Church, inspiring children is an important step in achieving our church’s mission of making disciples of all people. As part of our mission, it is vital to have a strong children’s program to attract and grow disciples.
Cheverly United Methodist Church is a small, but growing, congregation. Our average church attendance is 70 adults and 15 children per Sunday. Church services begin at 10:00 a.m. and end between 11:00 and 11:30 a.m.
Children attend church in the sanctuary at the beginning of the service and go to Sunday School after Children’s Time, which has a message from the pastor or other members of the church. Sunday School begins at about 10:15 and ends by 11:30 a.m.
Vacation Bible School usually takes place for a week during June and operates in the evening for two hours.
Required: High School Graduate with some college courses.
Preferred: College Degree in a related field such as Christian Education, Christian Ministry, Theology, or Religious Studies.
Experience and Skills:
Required: Complete familiarity with Protestant church services, music and Sunday school. Working experience in a Sunday School, Christian Education Program, Vacation Bible School (VBS) or other similar programs involving children. Demonstrated ability to develop a children’s Christian education program.
Preferred: 2 to 5 years experience working in a church environment in Sunday School, Christian Education Program, Vacation Bible School or other relevant programs. Demonstrated ability to incorporate Christian music into children’s programming.
This job description lists required tasks and responsibilities. Other responsibilities may be added when deemed necessary.
The Children’s Christian Education Coordinator reports to the pastor, and coordinates with children’s music ministry staff and other church groups, as needed.
Applicant must be eligible for employment (i.e., U.S. citizen or work permit).
Cover letters and resumes are due by July 18th and may be mailed or emailed to:
Cheverly United Methodist Church
2801 Cheverly Avenue
Cheverly, MD 20785
Employment will begin the week of August 25th, allowing two weeks of preparation prior to Children’s Time and Sunday School on September 7th.
Posted on 7.15.2014
The student will assist the Administrative Assistant with various tasks as needed. The weekly hours will be based on the needs of the department.
Qualifications: Efficient, hospitable personality, ability to handle confidential information, ability to multi-task, and be dependable. Graphics design/photography a plus (newsletter). Good computer skills, attention to detail and accuracy with data required.
Intrested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to the Director of Human Resources, YLWhite@wesleyseminary.edu no later than September 29, 2014.
The student will be a presence for the Luce Center for the Arts and Religion and should articulate an interest in the intersection of the arts and theology. This position requires 10 hours per week. The hours can be flexible.
This position provides support to the Lewis Center in relation to several aspects of the Center’s work. Duties would include general office and administrative support, basic research (including library, internet and survey research tasks), data entry, data management, and the production of reports. The position will also provide office and logistical support for special events such as workshops or conferences put on by the Lewis Center. Strong computer skills, especially a strong knowledge of word processing, Excel spreadsheets and the Windows operating environment is essential.
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