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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.

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Preschool Teachers - John Knox Community Preschool

Seattle Presbytery

John Knox Community Preschool is seeking morning/afternoon Part-time Preschool Lead and Assistant teachers.  Lead teachers will be experienced in construction and implementation of faith-based thematic curriculum that is developmentally appropriate.  Assistant teachers will support the lead teachers in maintaining a learning environment that is compassionate, caring and nurturing yet creative, orderly and consistent. All staff model Christian values through behaviors that reflect a personal faith in Jesus Christ.  Teachers make a difference in the lives of students every day and the successful candidate will accomplish this in a fun and energetic way, have a sense of humor, be patient and have the ability to implement discipline strategies with compassion.

All teachers…

Effective written and verbal communications skills are a must

Physical ability to lift/carry up to 30 pounds up/down stairs with ease

Experience working with children age 2-5 years old

Upon hire or within 15 days: Infant/Child CPR, First Aid, National background check

Lead teachers…

Competency with computer programs MS Word, Publisher and e-mail

AA degree in Early Childhood Education or related field preferred 

Our preschool is a wonderful environment for teachers to partner in the development of each child's intellectual, physical, emotional, social and spiritual characteristics.  To learn more specifics about the openings available, please contact the Assistant Director, Melody at 206-241-0505 or melody@jkpcusa.org

Youth & Family Ministry Associate - Calvin PC

Seattle Presbytery

We are looking for a Youth and Family Ministry Associate to join our staff team. This person would minister to middle school and high school students, as well as their parents/guardians, and provide leadership and general oversight to volunteers working with youth (6-12th grade).  Please review the detailed job description.  Applicants for this position should email their resume, cover letter, and the contact information for three references to emily@calvinpc.org.

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Dir. of Youth Ministry - Sammamish PC

Seattle Presbytery

Director of Youth Ministry

We are currently seeking applicants for a full-time Director of Youth Ministry. The Director supports SPC’s mission of being a “Christ Centered, Mission Minded Family.” The Director of Youth Ministry will thoughtfully and prayerfully work to articulate and implement this mission in age appropriate ways for the Mid-High and Sr. High youth of SPC – within the congregation and the broader community. The Director will work with volunteer leaders, staff, students, and parents to help students grow as disciples of Jesus. Please submit a cover letter and resume to  resumes@spconline.org.

Temporary Associate Pastor for Children & Youth - Magnolia PC

Seattle Presbytery

Temporary Associate Pastor for Children & Youth

Magnolia Presbyterian Church

Seattle, WA

Purpose: To provide leadership for our children and youth, age 3 – grade 12, and to partner with our senior pastor in preaching, celebrating the sacraments, and offering pastoral care.  To build upon the congregation’s growing commitment to involving children and youth in all areas of our life and ministry, leading us into a fuller understanding of what it means to be an intergenerational church family.

Note: We are moving from two-part time staff positions (one for youth, one for children) to this single Temporary Associate Pastor position.  The ideal candidate will demonstrate a willingness to devote “energy, intelligence, imagination, and love” to the exciting project of establishing a new model for children’s and youth ministry here.

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Dispatch Center Manager - Operation Nightwatch

Seattle Presbytery

Operation Nightwatch reduces the impact of poverty and homelessness, in keeping with Jesus’ teaching to love our neighbors.  We are seeking a ministry-minded person to manage nightly care for homeless people at our Shelter Dispatch Center. The work includes collaboration with staff, volunteers, and homeless clients. This is a full-time, exempt position.  For details, click https://www.seattlenightwatch.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DISPATCH-CENTER-MANAGER-0519.pdf

To apply, email cover letter and resume to jobs@seattlenightwatch.org.  Please include “Dispatch Center Manager” in the subject line.

Admin. Asst. - Calvin PC

Seattle Presbytery

We are currently seeking seeking an experienced support staff person to join us in Forming Community, Transforming Lives, and Reforming Our World. This individual is responsible for carrying out operational duties of the church office alongside the Director of Administration and Communication. The successful candidate carries out these functions while providing a cheerful and organized atmosphere for all who enter or contact Calvin Presbyterian Church; meeting the needs of staff, guests, volunteers, and congregants with care and discretion.

Please review the job description and discover how you can become a part of Calvin Presbyterian Church! Applicants for this position should email Resumes, Cover Letters, and 3 References to brooke@calvinpc.org.

Organist/Pianist - Mt. Baker Park PC

Seattle Presbytery

Mt. Baker Park Presbyterian Church has a part-time opening for an organist/pianist position.  Mt. Baker Park Presbyterian, a progressive member of the PCUSA, is a small congregation with a strong music ministry and is located just blocks from Lake Washington in the beautiful Mt. Baker Park area of south Seattle.  The sanctuary has an Allen electronic organ and a Steinway “S” model 6’ grand piano. The position, which is approximately 10 hours weekly, offers the opportunity for the organist to play weekly service music and accompany the choir in rehearsals/services from September through June.  The organist/pianist works closely with the Pastor and the Director of Music Ministries to ensure a vibrant and meaningful worship experience.  In the past five years, the choir and organist have presented extended works by the following composers: Distler, Bach, Susa, Pachelbel, Faure, Pergolesi, Caldara, Arnesen, Haydn, and Vivaldi. For further information, please contact Allan Andrews, Director of Music Ministries, at allanandrews54@hotmail.com.

Dir. of Youth & Family Ministry - First PC of Snohomish

Seattle Presbytery

Come give the children and youth of First Presbyterian Church of Snohomish, WA, a  summer to remember and provide continuity for   ministries to youth and children as we search for a permanent Director of Youth and Family Ministry.  Position is 30 hours a week for up to 13 weeks this summer. Compensation: $600 / week.  Responsibilities include leading Sunday School Children’s Camp; facilitating youth fellowship and mission events; camp counseling; assisting with Vacation Bible School, and coordinating family fellowship e vents.  Applicants must be at least 22 years of age with two years of college.  A full position description with all qualifications is posted on the church website at www.snopres.org.https://snopres.org/job-opening  Applicants may send resumes by May 15 to: office@snopres.org. Applicants interested in the permanent position should communicate this at time of application.  Interim position may begin as soon as June 3, and may continue until hire of permanent staff.

Summer Camp Teachers/Leaders - Lake Burien PC

Seattle Presbytery

The Summer Academy Day Camp Leader (3 positions)

The Summer Academy Day Camp Leader is responsible for assisting in the implementation of a holistic and engaging summer day camp program for elementary (1st-6th grade) and Junior Leaders (7th-9th grade) with the aid of volunteers, co-workers and community partners. We will be hiring for 3 Leader positions.

If you have any questions about this position, please contact Margo Fanene at margofanene@lbpc.org or call her at 206.380.0313.

To apply for this position, please fill out the attached employment application and email along with a cover letter to margofanene@lbpc.org.

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The Summer Academy Day Camp Teacher (2 positions)

The Summer Academy Day Camp Teacher is responsible for planning and delivering classroom instruction as part of a holistic and engaging summer day camp program for our elementary student's grades 1st-6th with the aid of volunteers, co-workers and community partners. We are hiring two teachers, one to teach 1st – 3rd grades and the second to teach 4th – 6th grades.

If you have any questions about this position, please contact Margo Fanene at margofanene@lbpc.org or call her at 206.380.0313.

To apply for this position, please fill out the attached employment application and email along with a cover letter to margofanene@lbpc.org.

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Nursery Attendant - Newport PC

Seattle Presbytery

Job Title: Nursery Attendant

Position Description:
The Nursery Attendant provides care for children ages 0-5 on Sunday mornings and at occasional other special events as needed. 

Responsibilities:
- Work as part of a team of employees and volunteers on Sunday mornings and occasional events that need nursery care, as requested with advance notice.
- Help set up the nursery before children arrive on Sunday mornings.

- Receive children from parents and maintain attendance records & sign in sheets.

- Ensure a safe and caring environment for the children while under your watch.
- Engage the children in creative play, songs, stories, and otherwise provide a happy, wholesome experience. Serve age-appropriate snacks if parent permission has been given to do so.
- Monitor condition of nursery equipment, snacks, and supplies and alert the associate pastor when equipment or supplies are needed. 
- When children are picked up, clean up the room, disposing of all trash, diapers, etc. and sanitize toys and materials used by children. Return all toys to their proper bins and location. 

Work Hours & Schedule:
Sunday mornings 8:45 am to approx. 11:30 am. When there is no education hour prior to the worship service (i.e., in summer), 9:45 to approx. 11:15. Possibility of additional hours beginning Sept 2019, depending on church schedule.

The successful candidate will:
- Be at least eighteen years of age. 
- Have previous experience caring for infants and children up to age 5. 
- Be dependable and have reliable transportation. 
- Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, especially dealing with parents and children in a professional manner.
- Have an understanding of basic first aid, including child/infant CPR certification (or must be willing to become certified).
- Comply with the church’s Child Safety policy, including submitting to a WSP background check, attending a child abuse prevention training workshop (paid), and making a signed statement that the candidate has never been convicted of abusing children or youth. 

Relationships:
The Nursery Attendants report to and are supervised by the associate pastor; they work directly with other nursery staff, and volunteers; and in a cooperative relationship with facility, program and administrative staff, church leadership, members, and parents.

Compensation:
Nursery Attendants will be paid $14 per hour. If extra time is required and agreed upon between the associate pastor and the Nursery Attendant, the same rate will apply up to forty hours per week. This position as a part‐time support staff position does not qualify for any benefits, sick days, vacation days, or holidays. 

If interested, please submit resume including 2 references to Associate Pastor Laura Terasaki, lauraterasaki@newportpres.org

Ministry Associate/Youth Dir. - Central Kitsap PC

Seattle Presbytery

Ministry Associate/Youth Director

The Central Kitsap Presbyterian Church (CKPC) Ministry Associate is a member of the leadership team and is responsible for significant ministry areas within the life of CKPC. The hours for this full-time position are distributed roughly in half: ~20 hours/week spent on duties as Youth Director, ~20 hours/week spent on Ministry Associate duties (which includes leadership in worship, congregational care, and adult discipleship).

Link:  http://ckpc.org/employment-at-ckpc/

Operations Dir. - Renewal Ministries Northwest

Seattle Presbytery

Renewal Ministries Northwest is looking for a highly-relational communicator and manager to join our growing ministry as Operations Director. An ideal candidate is strategic and innovative; works well independently; and demonstrates strong writing skills. Prior donor development experience is a strength, but we are also prepared to help the right person grow her/his skills in this area.

Who We Are

Renewal Ministries Northwest (founded in 2003) is a vibrant, growing regional nonprofit that helps people connect with God through prayer and other spiritual practices. Renewal Ministries is committed to moving everyone toward a deepening relationship with God that shapes their life, in ways both big and small. Historically, we’ve endeavored to do this primarily through prayer retreats, spiritual direction, and communal discernment—but we remain open and responsive to the Holy Spirit. This is an exciting time to join us in our mission!

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Children & Family Ministry Associate - Calvin PC

Seattle Presbytery

Calvin PC (Shoreline) is looking for someone to help facilitate the spiritual formation of children and their parents/guardians, providing leadership and general oversight of children’s ministry (birth through 5th grade).  This person will encourage children and families to be committed followers of Christ by teaching, administrating, and recruiting, training, and supporting volunteers.  The person will serve as an advocate and resource for families, in collaboration with the pastoral staff.     

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Dir. of Ministry, Youth and Young Adults - Seattle Community Church

Seattle Presbytery

MINISTRY DIRECTOR, YOUTH and YOUNG ADULT MINISTRIES

Seattle Community Church 

Title:  Director of Ministry, Youth and Young Adults. 

Purpose:  To work with staff and session in planning, developing, and coordinating the Youth Ministry and Young Adults Ministry at SCC.

Accountability:  Accountable to the head of staff, Senior Pastor

Qualifications:

-        Studies in Christian Education

-        Experience as Ministry Director, working with Youth and/or Young Adults preferred

Position Hours:  20 - 40 hours per week (depending on Youth and/or Young Adults)

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