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1013 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98104
United States

(206)762-1991

The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.

Employment

New Preschool @ Overlake Park PC is Hiring

Seattle Presbytery

BELLEVUE CROSSROADS PRESCHOOL

OPENING FOR 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR

Our mission is to nurture each child’s Christian faith as we educate the whole child in a developmental program that encourages spiritual, emotional, social, cognitive and physical growth.  As an integral part of the OPPC ministry, the preschool offers outreach to the community’s children and their families.

We count it a blessing that you have chosen Bellevue Crossroads Preschool at Overlake Park Presbyterian Church for your child’s preschool experience.  We are excited to begin this preschool journey with you and your child!

Bellevue Crossroads preschool is hiring all positions.  See below for job descriptions.

We are seeking educators who loves Jesus and have a heart for early child-aged students. Bellevue Crossroads Preschool is hiring a team of educators who desire providing rich environments, providing playful experiences and explorative learning.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Rev. HT Lee.

Preschool/Children's Ministry Director Job Description

Teacher Job Description

Assistant Teacher Job Description

Positions @ St. John the Baptist (West Seattle)

Seattle Presbytery

St. John the Baptist in West Seattle seeks a Minister of Community Life for 25 hours/week. The primary tasks for this position include administrative support, programmatic oversight, database and calendar set up and maintenance, and working with volunteers. In addition, the Minister for Community Life interfaces with vendors, supports church staff and parishioners, provides welcome and hospitality to weekday visitors, and performs general office management tasks. Knowledge of or willingness to learn Microsoft Publisher, Word, Excel; Online People database (Realm) and Website Content Management preferred. This is an hourly position, paid at $19.50-$22.00/hour, depending on experience. Benefits include three weeks’ paid vacation, and pension in line with the Policy of the Diocese of Olympia. Send resume, cover letter, and two references to revwesch@sjbwestseattle.org by May 1.

St. John the Baptist in West Seattle seeks a Bookkeeper for 4-6 hours/week. This person will perform bookkeeping related tasks that provide finance and accounting support to the Rector, the Treasurer, and St. John’s Parish. Confidentiality of financial information is essential.
Ideal candidates will possess advanced knowledge of basic accounting skills, Quickbooks (Non- Profit edition), Intuit Payroll, general knowledge of pledge and offering procedures (experience with Shepherd’s Staff church management software desired but not required) and be technologically savvy. Flexible schedule. This is an hourly position, paid at $19.50-$22/hour, depending on experience.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter and a list of three references to revwesch@sjbwestseattle.org by May 1, 2018.

Dir. for Children's Ministry - UPC

Seattle Presbytery

DIRECTOR FOR CHILDREN'S MINISTRY

+ Job Description & How to Apply

The Director of Children’s Ministry implements the mission and vision of UPC by providing leadership for Children’s Ministry within the Family Life Ministries department.  The Director will lead the efforts of the Children’s staff, elders and volunteer leadership teams to support vision, build strong discipling relationships between volunteers and children, create quality programs, and support parents as the primary influence in their children’s faith.

Dir. of Worship & Music - Mountain View PC

Seattle Presbytery

Mountain View Presbyterian Church, a vibrant, missional, evangelical congregation in Marysville, Washington is searching for a part-time Direct of Worship and Music.

We are seeking someone who will work closely with our pastoral staff to plan worship services and nurture worship teams in order to lead our congregation to experience the redeeming power of the Risen Christ.

See job description.

Youth & Family Dir. - FPC Bellingham

Seattle Presbytery

First Presbyterian Church of Bellingham is seeking a fun, energetic youth and family director who is passionate about enjoying God, loving youth, and building a healthy community of students interested in following Jesus and sharing a living faith across generations.  We are a medium-sized church in a Northwest University town that participates in the ministry of Jesus by loving God, loving others, and helping others love God. We value being centered on Jesus, prayerfully spirit-led, and growing together as disciples. Salaried, full-time position with benefits. Job description available is attached. More info available at www.fpcbellingham.org.

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Exec. Director - Audiobook Ministries

Seattle Presbytery

AUDIOBOOK MINISTRIES is a non-profit, non-denominational Christian organization/library dedicated to providing audio books/literature and associated services to people who are blind and/or disabled. To that end, our staff and volunteers are expected to be Christians and exhibit Christian characteristics when interfacing with staff and others. 

Job Title: Executive Director

Reports to: The Board of Directors

Supervisory Responsibility: Six part-time staff.

Hours/Work schedule:

·       Part-time position, 28 hours per week

·       Specific hours to be worked to be determined by the Executive Director

·       Holidays, vacation, and sick leave provided.

Exempt/Non-exempt: Exempt

Job Definition:

The Executive Director provides leadership, vision, fiscal health and accountability, and outreach for the ministry. The Director serves as the primary fundraiser for AUDIOBOOK MINISTRIES, oversees staff and volunteers to accomplish our goals and tasks, and interfaces with the public to be the “face” of the ministry. 

Annual Salary:  $30,000-$33,000. No medical benefits.

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Children's Ministry Assistant (PT, permanent) - Trinity PC, Tacoma

Seattle Presbytery

Children's Ministry Assistant (Part-time, permanent)

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a growing neighborhood congregation in the heart of Tacoma and is bursting at the seams with children, youth and families. The Children's Ministry Assistant will work in close partnership with the CYFM director and volunteer Children's Ministry team providing reliable and detailed-oriented support and organization to Sunday morning Godly Play programming and family ministry events. For a complete job description, click here. Please send a resume and a cover letter to juliac@tpctacoma.org. Preferred application deadline is March 25th, 2018. 

Worship Leader (PT, permanent) - Trinity PC, Tacoma

Seattle Presbytery

Worship Leader (Part-time, permanent)

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a growing neighborhood congregation in the heart of Tacoma seeking a great musician to lead a talented group of volunteer musicians and vocalists as our Worship Leader. Trinity embraces and appreciates the breadth of congregational song - modern, hymns, gospel, contemplative/Taize, classical - all with the aim to draw us into worship of God. Flexible and limited hours, but consistently on Sundaymornings. Full Job Description available here.  Please send resume and cover letter, along with a video sample of your worship leadership to: matt@tpctacoma.org. Preferred deadline is April 2, 2018.

Dir. of Children's Ministry - Central Kitsap PC

Seattle Presbytery

Supervisor:                   Senior Pastor

Updated:                      February 5, 2018

Hours:                         20 hours/week

Salary:                          $15.00/ hour

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Central Kitsap Presbyterian Church’s (CKPC) Director of Children’s Ministry position is to develop, organize, maintain and support a ministry program for children from newborns through 5th grade, to provide support for families, and to mentor the volunteers who serve in the children’s Sunday school program.  The goal of the program is to have children discover God’s love, the Bible and Christian living, so that they may develop and grow a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 

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APPLICATION PROCESS

To learn more about CKPC and the application process, please visit:

http://www.ckpc.org/about-us/employment-at-ckpc/ 

Childcare Attendant - Magnolia PC

Seattle Presbytery

Job Posting:  Childcare Attendant – Magnolia Presbyterian Church

The general responsibilities of the childcare attendant are to provide a loving, safe environment for our young children, to help them with age appropriate activities, and to take care of any needs the children may have.

The childcare attendant will cover the nursery (infants – age 3) during our worship service year-round, assist our regular Sunday School teachers with preschool or elementary classes on weeks when there are no children in the nursery, and ensure that kid spaces are tidied up at the end of the day.

Hours:  Regular hours are 9:00 am to between 12 and 12:30 pm on Sunday mornings.  Summer hours are 10:00 am to 12:00 or 12:30 pm.  A few additional hours are possible periodically for special activities or services.

Compensation:  $15.00 per hour, averaging 2.5 - 3.5 hours per Sunday.  Each week’s precise hours to be recorded on a time card in the church office.

Submit resume to:

Deborah Sunoo, Pastor

Magnolia Presbyterian Church

3051 28th Ave West

Seattle, WA 98199

deb@magpres.org

Music Dir. - Wedgwood PC

Seattle Presbytery

Wedgwood Presbyterian Church is seeking a classically trained musician to serve as music director for our congregation. The position includes directing and accompanying the choir in worship services and rehearsals, accompanying the congregation and providing non-choral music in worship services, planning for both choral and non-choral music, and participating in worship planning with the pastor and worship ministry team. Please see the job description for more information about the position.

As a congregation, we are theologically and politically diverse. We are committed to hospitality, service to the community, and spiritual growth, and there is a strong commitment to social justice among our members and friends.

Our worship services are traditional, and we follow the Revised Common Lectionary with special attention to the seasons and festivals of the liturgical year. We enjoy a variety of music in worship but tend toward the traditional and classical. Our worship services are accompanied by a piano and a pipe organ, and we enjoy the presence of other musical instruments as part of our services.

Those who are interested in applying for the position should send a resume and cover letter to:

wedgpres@wedgpres.org
or
Wedgwood Presbyterian Church 8008 35th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Attn: Karen Breckenridge

The deadline for application is February 15, 2018.

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Dir. of Youth Ministries - Redmond PC

Seattle Presbytery

We seek to faithfully follow Jesus Christ in the 21st century, pursuing vibrant worship, spiritual formation, and service to others. Ministries to children and youth are of paramount importance to our PCUSA community. Today we are a vital community of approximately 200 members and friends. At Redmond Presbyterian (RPC), we want each person to know they matter to God and to us.

Responsibilities:
 Design and implement engaging curriculum that inspires students to grow in faith, love, and
service for all Youth Ministry programs: Elementary Youth (Grades PreK – 5), Middle
School Youth (Grades 6 – 8) and High School Youth (Grades 9 – 12)
 Equip, call, organize, train, and encourage volunteers & parents for effective ministry
 Integrate Youth Ministry program within the whole life of the church.
 Lead Sunday morning Youth education program across both age groups, assisted by
volunteers where appropriate.
 Lead regular evening and/or weekend Youth group meetings for both Middle School and
High School groups respectively.
 Ensure risk management and child protection policies are established, maintained and
enforced, including compliance with all applicable legal requirements
 Meet with other church staff and volunteers to plan, oversee, and support programs and
events, including but not limited to Mission, recreational and worship-related activities.
 Facilitate new member/family assimilation process in collaboration with the Pastor & others

Qualifications:
 Personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior through actions and lifestyle
 Experience with Youth faith development and evidence of teaching skills in an age-
appropriate context.
 Solid interpersonal communication skills, supporting and providing a safe and nurturing
environment for inquisitive minds
 Capacity to motivate, connect with, and inspire the Youth and Children
 Ability to recruit, train, and encourage volunteers and parents
 Strong administrative and organizational skillset
 Flexibility to work with a variety of changing events, schedules, and priorities

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Community Development & Outreach Dir. - Urban Impact

Seattle Presbytery

Are you looking for a workplace where you can use your skills to make a kingdom impact? Do you have a heart for the urban community?

Urban Impact's team is made up a diverse and passionate group of believers who love God and serve the community

Postions Available:

Community Development & Outreach Director

How To Apply:

To apply for a position at Urban Impact, please provide a resume and cover letter to hr@urbanimpactseattle.org. A minimum of three references with contact information may be requested.  

Assoc. Dir. of Contemporary Worship - UPC

Seattle Presbytery

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP

Job Description & How to Apply

This full-time Associate Director of Contemporary Worship (AD) will be instrumental in shepherding and equipping our contemporary worship teams to engage the congregation in our mission of Sharing Hope in Jesus Christ.  The AD will work with the Director of Worship and Arts to craft the overall flow and content of UPC’s contemporary services and to help shape the overall direction of worship ministries at UPC.  The AD will be responsible for leading our contemporary musicians in excellence, for helping to build up the next generations of worship leaders at UPC, and for caring for the spiritual life of the family of musicians who make up our contemporary worship teams. An important goal of the AD will be the continual revitalization of contemporary worship arts in the worship of a large and vital urban church.

Worship Leader (Interim) - Trinity PC Tacoma

Seattle Presbytery

Worship Leader (Interim)

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a growing neighborhood congregation in the heart of Tacoma seeking a great musician to lead a talented group of volunteer musicians and vocalists as Interim Worship Leader. Trinity embraces and appreciates the breadth of congregational song - modern, hymns, gospel, contemplative/Taize, classical - all with the aim to draw us into worship of the Living God. This interim position will last approximately 3 months, starting in late December or early January. The interim will be eligible to apply for the permanent position. Please send resume, along with a video sample of your worship leadership to: matt@tpctacoma.org. Preferred deadline is December 11th.

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Lead Pastor - Mill Creek Community Church

Seattle Presbytery

Mill Creek Community Church, a Christian Reformed congregation in the Mill Creek area, is seeking a lead pastor. Please consider posting our ad, as follows:

Mill Creek Community Church, located in the exciting, growing north Seattle area, seeks a pastor to lead it into the next phase of its mission. We are an open and inviting church, seeking in all we do to reflect the renewing love of God in our community. Check out our church profile at www.millcreekchurch.com with information on how to apply. We are open to both women and men in leadership. Please submit your application on or before January 15, 2018. Questions? Contact us at millcreek.pastorsearch@gmail.com.

Choir Dir. - Lake City PC

Seattle Presbytery

Church Choir Director

Lake City Presbyterian Church (LCPC) has an immediate opening for a part-time Choir Director.  Responsibilities include rehearsing and directing the choir for three Sundayservices/month, 10 months/year; selecting music supportive of sermon themes in conjunction with the accompanist; participating in monthly Worship Committee meetings; and preparing the choir for seasonal expanded musical programs, as well as participating in a community benefit concert in the Fall.  Please complete an LCPC job application and send with your resume/cover letter to:  Support/@lakecitypres.org

Executive Director - REACH

Seattle Presbytery

About REACH

We are the Renton Ecumenical Association of Churches (REACH), a collection of faith and community groups in the greater Renton area working to provide everyone in our community a sustainable, healthy, and full life, with special care directed to the marginalized and less fortunate. We believe that every life has innate worth, and seek to embody that belief by providing shelter, hot meals, clothing, and supplies, while facilitating education events and public conversation. Together we can impact our world for good. Join us.

Job Description: We are seeking an exceptionally passionate Executive Director to lead our programs and teams into REACH’s mission for a strong and diversified fundraising program. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will guide and implement the strategy outlined by the Board, in partnership with local and regional partners including churches, government, healthcare organizations, and other non-profits. The Executive Director will have proven outstanding leadership and communications skills in a similar community based role. He or she will work closely with the Board, the REACH staff and partner organizations in pursuit of our annual and strategic goals.

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